Jun 9, 2019
Dr Andrew Gallimore is a neurobiologist, chemist, and pharmacologist with a particular interest in the psychedelic compound DMT. He's written a new book that he calls "a textbook from the future" outlining how DMT can be used to access a higher-dimensional intelligence.
In this episode we cover DMT's pharmacology and what makes it unusual versus other psychedelics, the thesis of his new book, and some of his earlier works published with psychiatrist Rick Strassman. We also touch on string theory, the simulation argument, and the predictive power of sci-fi.
If you haven't yet listened to our conversation with Imperial College London's Center for Psychedelic Research, or the bonus documentary Harmonics of Mind, go ahead and check those out, too.
To find out more about Dr Gallimore's work including videos, papers, and his new book, head over to buildingalienworlds.com.