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[–] TheBuddha 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm reading through the paper and it's stuff I've read about before, but not at this level.

I'm not a biochemist. So, I did some searching to see if I could first decide if it was worth reading. It appears positively cited in 11 other papers, all in high impact journals. The lead author has a Wikipedia page. The authors both attended reputable academic institutions and have other notable achievements.

Which is to say, I'm inclined to have a good degree of confidence in the paper. More than that, I shan't speculate.

From what little I know already, adrenocrome is pretty potent stuff and has very little study devoted to it. I am not qualified to opine on the reasonings for this.

So, as I go through the paper, it's interesting but I'm not seeing anything ground shaking. I may very well be missing something, as this is not my domain. Both authors are medical doctors and one has a Ph.D. in biochemistry.

Given the nature of this sub, I've chosen my verbiage with care. If there's something specific, I do have a medical doctor whom I can email to see if they have any insight.

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[–] TheBuddha 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I refer you to my earlier statement. I'm not really qualified to opine. I also primarily limit myself to discussions for things for which there's clear evidence and things which are falsifiable. So, I'm afraid that I'm unable to engage with the other points you're making.

Don't let me stop you from having fun, however. I'm just going to politely bow out with any statements already made as being the totality of things I feel like commenting on. Enjoy your evening.