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Science is conclusive: Tobacco increases work capacity

Niels Ipsen & Klaus Kjellerup
Den Gule Negl
Sun, 20 Mar 2011 15:22 CDT

Nicotine improves human brain performance

Is the bad reputation of smoking undeserved?

Professor: About time the positive side of tobacco is emphasised

By Niels Ipsen, environmental biologist, and Klaus Kjellerup, researcher.

New Analysis Summary: Update Of 40 Years Of Nicotine Research

According to public health officials, tobacco has no benefits at all: "A harmful and unnecessary product," says the WHO (World Health Organization), which has lobbied national governments to combat tobacco use since 19751.

The Danish anti-smoking lobby wants a total ban on tobacco: "We can not see what tobacco contributes," said the Cancer Society. "A smoke-free society should not be an unreasonable policy objective," they say in the Danish health directorate2.

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Bizzaro world in the year of 19751

Hopefully the world is a better place at that time because of Ron Paul and his renegade supporters. :O)

It absolutely kills me that we spray the coca leaf in South America. On several mission trips to Guatemala and Bolivia it was very normal for us to chew the coca leaf and drink coca tea. It kept you from getting altitude sickness and gave you the energy you needed to get through a long grueling day. Exactly how the natives use it, and how God I am sure meant for it to be used.

Nicotine has an adverse

Nicotine has an adverse effect on fluoride. It counteracts much of its effect.
Perhaps this is why governments that purposefully fluoridate their citizens are eager to do away with the natural antidote.

"The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that." — Alan Greenspan

I agree

A smoke break always gave me an energy boost...and helped me concentrate.
However,I've since quit smoking because the long term side effects are really bad.

well cigarettes have 300 plus chemicals that didn't come

that didn't come from a tobacco plant.

i bet the side effects are really bad.

just not sure what part of the concoction aka the modern cigarette is killing people the quickest....

So if your goal is a society that is docile and asleep...

push flourides, vaccinations, etc. and eliminate tobacco.
Sounds about right!

Of course the masses will go along easily.... that taste of POWER over one's neighbor is just TOOOOOOOO delicious.
Easy as 1,2,3! Works every time.

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmaTNf4YhEs

I KNEW there was a reason people smoked it!

i'm not a normal tobacco smoker.. but on that rare occasion when i do it... it brings my high right back after i'm a couple hours into smoking the other stuff :-)

The slogan press on has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave.

- Calvin Coolidge

Agreed

My father was a heavy smoker and a very hard worker and so were most of his mates that worked with him that smoked.

donvino

My mother and father...

My mother and father were very hard workers all their lives. They smoked since they were young. They have since died of complications of lung cancer, bladder cancer uterine cancer, emphysema,heart attack and Alzheimer's. I don't see prematurely losing them to tobacco related diseases as something that brings me any pride or feeling of consolation. It was a terrible thing to see them die in pieces from their addiction to tobacco. Yes they would have died anyway, but they would have lived longer, healthier and happier if they had not smoked. My sister and I would have had many more years of memories of them. My father always defended his smoking, but in the end he admitted that he wished that it was never available and that he had never started.

RickStone

Terrible

Everything in moderation. My father also wished he had never started, he perished from cancer too. Yet, he did smoke 4 packs a day at one point lol

I smoke about one cigarette a week and I have no problems with this and thus far have been able to keep pace with little problem. I also smoke one cigar every two months.

donvino