User:Unity

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Psychoactive substance documentation

Harm reduction education

Scientific fact checking

Editing / Copy editing / Proofreading

Content creation and management

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email: chris@psy.is

twitter: @UnityPSY

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Video games
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Snacks
Rice
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Water

Tea

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Edits 8,156
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Real name
Chris Choi
Hometown
San Diego, California
Occupation
Content & Community Director at PsychonautWiki

Writer and editor

Schools
Duke University
About me
Everything that rises must converge.
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posted 56 days ago
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thanks man! I guess that's how things go the older you get haha. sorry for the late reply

i took a look at the site and it seems very well-made, especially all the sources lol. true, starting each sentance or section in the exact same way is kinda bland, even for a wiki (i guess it also makes statements seem less important if the all look the same?)

A "level of evidence" tag would also be pretty useful, however getting accurate numbers/percentages would take input from a lot of people and a single person alone wouldn't be able to comment much (besides with research). Also, it'd save some text that would otherwise just say that this effect occurs more frequently or less frequently etc

greetz & peace :)

posted 99 days ago
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Thanks :) Maybe it applies to all new experience reports? You could check https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Category:Approval

posted 188 days ago
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Hey!

hm I'd say 2-FA would be even weaker than methylphenidate (ofc just in my experience). I wouldn't compare the subjective effects to caffeine but the strength of stimulation being slightly more apparent than caffeine (perhaps 25% between caffeine and amphetamine)

After all it's definitely reminiscent to amphetamine but lacks the noticeable appearance of amphetamine's effects as well an ceiling dose. I'll add or change detail from my side once I have researched it further and possible from other ppl's xperiences as well.


posted 440 days ago
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Hi Chris, glad to hear from you

DiPT is an interesting compound to experiment with

posted 469 days ago
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Hi, do you happen to have some kind of chat room or channel based on psychonaut wiki community? I'd love to have some laid back conversations with interesting and open minded people like myself, and this seems like a good place. I recently came back to my favourite hobby and have been using and reading the wiki for a few weeks now and im amazed by the general concept of the page to consistently catalogue experiences and effects as well as the content and meritoric value of the articles. Im going to make some donation for sure, cause you're all guys here are doing amazing work. Im also planning to start contributing to the wiki as i have long time experience with various substances and i feel it might be time to give something back to the community, and your page seems like the best place on the web for it right now. Cheers have a nice day, and thanks in advance for the info on chat groups if any such thing exists :)

posted 479 days ago
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Thanks for your reply! It seems to have been a temporary problem. Now it's working fine again on almost every site

posted 482 days ago
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Hi, why can't I edit some pages anymore? They look like a mobile page and it says:"This page is protected to prevent vandalism." The legal situation in germany is outdated and wrong on many of them. Is this a bug or a feature? Thanks!

posted 535 days ago
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Hi, I added a revision to https://psychonautwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Etizolam adding other states where it was not legal. I see this wiki uses approved revisions, how would this revision get approved? Thanks.

posted 588 days ago
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Actually I think the "μg" gets messed up in the link/page description/title when sharing so the ideal page title would be "Poles at the Peak - 210 Micrograms"