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[Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ 242.e

            alo _hou ---------___..
      t!me du = zpend!ng on _- p l u r  p l u r  p l u r 

            -> kl!k h!er -> 01 neu + !mprovd e.plur zoluz!e



           01 komplimentary kopie 4 life forms = korektly 
           asses the funktionality of 242.e.sit.bin


medicina: dial 'e' for pleasure

there is a chemical in the brain with an enigmatic name 
that seems to be involved in a variety of emotional responses. 
modulating the activity of this substance has been suggested 
as a radical new way of dulling anxiety, relieving depression 
and beating stress. 

this mystery molecule is involved in the perception of both 
pleasure and pain. now research reported in nature shows that 
it has a specific part to play in the brain's response to opiates
 -- substances including drugs of abuse such as morphine and heroin. 
the name of this chemical -- simply, 'substance p' -- could come 
straight out of a               movie.

    dial `n` for pleasure.

                                                meeTz ver!f1kat!ěn   

     - [c]ccp nn - lazt faze ov pleasure = pleasure due 2 errorz


Sofia Kovalevskaya
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