CAN A RAT BECOME A SEX ADDICT? by Cathy D. Slaght
Biochemists can manipulate the brains of rats, causing them to misbehave in a variety of ways. The conclusion?
MESS UP NEUROTRANSMITTERS AND ANYBODY WILL MISBEHAVE
There are a few other startling revelations, too- just one example, we aren’t contented when we have an excess of material things! It seems to mess with our serotonin!
This makes me think about the offensive behavior - some recently revealed, others well known- of our political representatives. Apparently this is just the tip of the iceberg. Could it be their neurotransmitters are whacked?
We know CHRONIC STRESS can do it- and there’s no question they experience THAT, with all the campaigning, being god-like, and all.
Then there’s their DIET – too many cocktail parties?
AND all the wireless energy they’re exposed to. (smart phones/ computers non-stop keeping up with twitter, FB, solitaire.)
They seem to live high on the hog, too, after being elected - some say the corporate structure has a hand in this. Now we realize this may have accelerated dopamine- which is tied to addiction, including sexual.
So here we are, judging them- but maybe it’s just that their brain chemistry is off.
Like ANY problem, this can be solved. Let’s see if we can get them to bring in a few new pieces of legislation:
First- since excess material possessions can stimulate dopamine, as a result driving addictive behavior, let’s re-evaluate their salaries. Maybe it could be on par with what schoolteachers are paid in their districts.
Corporate perks will be banned. – Funding for detectives will be necessary, since so often corporations funnel money through families.
THEN- establish special committees to view what they eat and drink. (they LOVE committees!) Everything’s on video anyway, right? OH- maybe that's just us- anyway, get THEM under surveillance, too-
If they’re consuming too many processed foods, sugar, alcohol- OFF to neurotransmitter REHAB.
This is just a start- but science has demonstrated:
CHANGE THE BIOCHEMISTRY- CHANGE THE THE BEHAVIOR
All we’re trying to do is eliminate rat-like behavior.
Also, HAPPY TRYPTOPHAN DAY! (Turkey is loaded with tryptophan, the essential amino acid needed to produce serotonin)
Today’s scan, etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght