Posted by Q (18.104.22.168) on January 23, 2000 at 16:58:29:
In Reply to: In a case as you described posted by BobG on January 23, 2000 at 15:42:59:
BobG wrote: "I do know that adrenalin is a very powerful narcotic and is very habit forming. I learned that from experience in the military. "
Earlier in the week I proposed a line of thinking that the brain becomes addicted to the adrenalin and uses the pain process to obtain it.
There was a long discussion of the idea. You wrote: "I read, studied, digested and re-read all this discussion on the feel-good reason for extreme pain and I've come to the conclusion that Q has started the longest line of BS that this site has ever seen. Can we move on now? " And the discussion ended on your command.
Now I see you admit the narcotic effect of brain chemicals. Do you care to discuss the idea that the brain may seek the narcotic-effect and use the pain-process as the mechanism to achieve that goal?
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