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#361 Area-1255

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Posted 28 April 2015 - 12:15 PM

Bump, any news or questions anyone?


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#362 sparkk51

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Posted 29 April 2015 - 12:55 AM

I've taken ~20mg for 4 days now and I really haven't noticed any increase in learning ability. Although, to be fair, I haven't had much objective measurement to indicate that I haven't been learning more than usual. Just take from this report that you probably won't "feel" Dihexa's effects.


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Posted 30 April 2015 - 10:31 AM

Bump, any news or questions anyone?

 

Yes. When will you be posting the analysis results?


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#364 Area-1255

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Posted 30 April 2015 - 11:04 PM

 

Bump, any news or questions anyone?

 

Yes. When will you be posting the analysis results?

 

Analysis?


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#365 god5peed

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Posted 30 April 2015 - 11:20 PM

Results?

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 05:35 PM

 

 

Bump, any news or questions anyone?

 

Yes. When will you be posting the analysis results?

 

Analysis?

 

 

GC-MS, NMR.

http://en.wikipedia....ss_spectrometry

http://en.wikipedia....ce_spectroscopy

 

Labs usually know these terms

 


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#367 Area-1255

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 06:13 PM

That's synthesizers job, and yeah I'm very familiar with all of those terms...I've worked in a lab several times.

 

 

 

 

Bump, any news or questions anyone?

 

Yes. When will you be posting the analysis results?

 

Analysis?

 

 

GC-MS, NMR.

http://en.wikipedia....ss_spectrometry

http://en.wikipedia....ce_spectroscopy

 

Labs usually know these terms

 

 


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#368 synthesizer

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 10:52 PM

Email me!


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#369 telecity

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Posted 02 May 2015 - 10:27 AM

Hello,

 

I have done so and waiting on your reply, because, unfortunately, my dihexa order is yet to arrive. I'd be grateful if you could take a look

 

Thanks

 

Email me!

 

 


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#370 Area-1255

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Posted 03 May 2015 - 11:29 PM

If anyone has any updates to their experiences or log, don't hesitate to post!

Additionally, if anyone has any other questions regarding the chemical or it's MOA / SE / Pharmacokinetics , let me know!

 

Hello,

 

I have done so and waiting on your reply, because, unfortunately, my dihexa order is yet to arrive. I'd be grateful if you could take a look

 

Thanks

 

Email me!

 

 


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#371 DeadBrain

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Posted 04 May 2015 - 07:39 AM

is dihexa an expensive chemical to synthesize ?


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#372 Area-1255

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Posted 05 May 2015 - 01:38 AM

is dihexa an expensive chemical to synthesize ?

Generally, no synthesis is cheap - its somewhat in the middle. There are certainly more expensive chemicals..but the demand for this one has been high so we got it done.


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#373 The Capybara

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Posted 05 May 2015 - 03:27 AM

That's not really true.

Dihexa synthesis does not yield a pure product, and the quality of the reagents has to be high.

It is a difficult synthesis and purification (often repeated) is called for, so it is indeed expensive especially for small batches.


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#374 Plasticperson

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Posted 05 May 2015 - 04:44 AM

So does it work?
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#375 synthesizer

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Posted 05 May 2015 - 04:51 AM

 

Hello,

 

I have done so and waiting on your reply, because, unfortunately, my dihexa order is yet to arrive. I'd be grateful if you could take a look

 

Thanks

 

Email me!

 

 

Please give it another week if you are international, if it still doesn't arrive let me know



#376 Area-1255

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Posted 05 May 2015 - 06:35 PM

That's not really true.

Dihexa synthesis does not yield a pure product, and the quality of the reagents has to be high.

It is a difficult synthesis and purification (often repeated) is called for, so it is indeed expensive especially for small batches.

Any synthesis is expensive, and most custom synthesis can be deemed "difficult"..what I'm saying is there are more obscure compounds that are MUCH more difficult to synthesize. There are also more simple chemicals that are easier than Dihexa, ofc...and so therefore, looking at a much broader array of chemical classifications and having seen the skeleton's of over 11,800 chemicals.. I can tell you that dihexa is somewhat in the middle tier.

 

Though without looking at comparisons yourself , there is no real due for seeing it that way, and really no mathematical operation for figuring out how to place the compound on a difficulty scale and thus for quantifying it via any direct means.


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Posted 06 May 2015 - 07:16 AM

Dihexa arrived ten days ago, faster than i expected, evading custom house. Good work on you!
Looking forward to other experiences in a near future.
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Posted 06 May 2015 - 05:21 PM

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.


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#379 Area-1255

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 05:39 PM

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound...  :)


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#380 fiber_bundle

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 06:58 PM

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

 

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?

Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

 

Thanks


 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound...  :)

 

No, not quite.

 


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#381 Area-1255

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 07:05 PM

 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

 

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?

Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

 

Thanks


 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound...  :)

 

No, not quite.

 

Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue  the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?


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Posted 06 May 2015 - 07:11 PM

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.


What dosage/schedule?

#383 fiber_bundle

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 07:26 PM

 

 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

 

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?

Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

 

Thanks


 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound...  :)

 

No, not quite.

 

Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue  the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?

I have nothing against you, though it may not appear so from a certain perspective (narrow). 

I follow this guide and it is it really helps in my line of work (researcher).

http://www.brainpick...kit-carl-sagan/

 


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#384 dz93

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 07:41 PM




I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?
Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

Thanks


I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound... :)
No, not quite.
Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?
I have nothing against you, though it may not appear so from a certain perspective (narrow).
I follow this guide and it is it really helps in my line of work (researcher).
http://www.brainpick...kit-carl-sagan/
I assume that book goes over some logical fallacies and what not? I was going to point out that just because it looks, tastes and smells the same doesn't mean it is the same. It could be the same but the logic reasoning area-1255 used to support that idea was flawed. You shouldn't threaten to ban someone because they called you out on a flaw in your thinking.

I have two cats that look, smell, and behave the same. Does that make them the same cat?

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#385 Area-1255

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 09:42 PM

 

 

 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

 

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?

Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

 

Thanks


 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound...  :)

 

No, not quite.

 

Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue  the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?

I have nothing against you, though it may not appear so from a certain perspective (narrow). 

I follow this guide and it is it really helps in my line of work (researcher).

http://www.brainpick...kit-carl-sagan/

 

Bye Bye!


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#386 Area-1255

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 09:46 PM

 

 

 

 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Great!. Is Dihexa the only thing you are consuming? If not, what else are you taking?
Can you elaborate a bit on increase in memory retention? Is it short term or long term?

Thanks

 

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

Well that parallel certainly speaks wonders for our legitimacy and for future reference of the compound... :)
No, not quite.
Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?
I have nothing against you, though it may not appear so from a certain perspective (narrow).
I follow this guide and it is it really helps in my line of work (researcher).
http://www.brainpick...kit-carl-sagan/
I assume that book goes over some logical fallacies and what not? I was going to point out that just because it looks, tastes and smells the same doesn't mean it is the same. It could be the same but the logic reasoning area-1255 used to support that idea was flawed. You shouldn't threaten to ban someone because they called you out on a flaw in your thinking.

I have two cats that look, smell, and behave the same. Does that make them the same cat?

 

That's not the point I was making, I was simply stating how the similarities can be a reference point for the future, in case some dirtbag decides to go on and produce a third buy..that their stuff is way off. 

My idea is not flawed, anyone who knows me knows that I've studied far longer than the average bear on here. 

As far as fiber bundle, it's his attitude that sucked him back into the dark hole. 

He won't be participating in the next buy unless he apologizes.

 

 


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#387 AMx Workshop

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Posted 06 May 2015 - 09:52 PM

do u even read what u write. fiber butthole?

 

Actually, yes it does..because it's the same taste, texture and generally same appearance.. At the least it's good for reference, but if you want to continue  the attitude, we can simply ban you from future buys?

I have nothing against you, though it may not appear so from a certain perspective (narrow). 

I follow this guide and it is it really helps in my line of work (researcher).

http://www.brainpickings.org/2014/01/03/baloney-detection-kit-carl-sagan/ {marketing profit link} {reported to moderator}

 

 


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Posted 06 May 2015 - 09:57 PM

I'd like to report an anecdotal increase in memory retention and verbal fluency.

 

Also, this Dihexa tastes the same as Nyles.

 

Short term or long term? Do you use tools or just retroactive introspection? Dual-n-back? Mnemonics? Lumocity scores?

 

If anybody knows mnemonics and they have stats of remembering random numbers / cards (perhaps using software like this or this) that will be amazing. I think it will be the best way to test memory as it a more deterministic process and it tests actual ability to learn and memorize things. In particular, things to watch are: retention period (after what time you forget information, e.g. if you put 100 random numbers in a memory palace, after some time most of them will be erased, unless you recite them from memory), time it takes you to memorize one element, mistakes, stamina (how many elements you can remember in a row at a fixed pace). If one's memory is getting extremely good, I would try to use more complicated techniques (e.g. trying to memorize colors only by painting places in a memory palace in that color and then going through your imagination and trying to see what color that place was, which is a lot harder than memorizing objects representing that color {"yellow": "banana", "red": "blood", "purple": "turtle", ...}).


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Posted 06 May 2015 - 10:09 PM

are you retarded, fiber bundle? do you not understand sarcasm?

No, not quite. {but but }

 

 

 

 


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Posted 07 May 2015 - 03:42 PM

Ok, I apologize. I wish everyone success!


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