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Should Silicon Valley Employees be Microdosing LSD to Improve Performance?

  • Yes Silicon Valley Employees should be Microdosing LSD to Improve Performance

    No one one what goes inside the heads of People like Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and other . They are just doing their job to solve problem and make life easily for people. They are thinkers, they turn great ideas into great products, and solutions. It's only in recent times, though, that we've had to confront more and more slightly strange tech types actually running companies. Who are these people? What makes their odd brains operate?

    It's only in recent times, though, that we've had to confront more and more slightly strange tech types actually running companies. Who are these people? What makes their odd brains operate?
    Their ascendancy has skipped hand-in-hand with the tentacles of technology as they wrap themselves around our every habit, from shopping to loving.
    At first, we looked upon these tech types as slightly a-human. Not quite inhuman, you understand, but certainly not human as we used to understand it.
    But the more we watch the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and that slightly aggressive man who runs Uber, the more we've started to wonder what goes on inside these people's heads.
    "What," I've heard more than one person wonder, "are these people on?"
    The answer about some tech types might be that they're on LSD.

  • Not the best idea....

    Although there is evidence that mind-altering drugs improve creativity, it doesn't seem like a great move to be taking LSD for work. Everybody reacts differently to drugs, and it's only a matter of time before one of these people freaks out because of the drugs. Even as open to drugs as I am, there's no way I would allow my employees to touch the stuff anywhere near work.

  • No, they should not be using this drug.

    Silicon Valley employees should not be micro-dosing LSD; even if it is believed to improve performance. No companies should consider drug use like that acceptable. Furthermore, drug usage by employees increases the risks of injury, or defective work. Finally, the general public is not allowed to use LSD, so there should not be a double standard for Silicon Valley.

  • No, Silicon Valley employees should not be microdosing LSD to improve performance.

    No, Silicon Valley employees should not be microdosing LSD to improve performance because it will lead to greater health problems down the road. Anyone who abuses drugs should seek help immediately. Just because it might improve their work experience, does not mean it is worth the risk. They should use their own natural abilities.


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