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Much of Judith Horstman’s interest and writing concerns research and scientific advancements in protecting the brain against aging and repairing neurological wear-and-tear.

Jesse gets into details on neurofeedback and attention disorders with cognitive scientist and UCLA Ph.D. Dr. Andrew Hill. They discuss using neurofeedback to improve mental performance, mindfulness and executive function as well as its implications for those with attention disorders and others who are looking to get a mental edge.

Philosopher David Pearce’s ultimate goal is to recalibrate the Hedonic Treadmill of both humans and nonhumans so the average level of enjoyment is much higher in the future than in today’s world.

Dr. Born discusses the particular effects of Sulbutiamine and the motivation for its development, the Human Genome Project’s impact on drug R&D, and the human blood-brain barrier.

Marketed as “Virtuous Nutrients for Your Vices,” these nutritional supplements were designed to re-balance the brain’s neurochemistry following drinking or recreational drug use.

NeurOptimal is a non-invasive, non-drug-based brain optimization system which allows a subject to hear an audio representation of his or her brain’s electrical output in real time.

Modafinil chemical structure

Our anonymous Test Subject is given a 200mg dose of Modafinil shortly before 11am, and Jesse checks in with him throughout the day to learn the subjective experience of a first-time user of a smart drug.

The podcast will cover all the latest in the explosive, fascinating, and sometimes controversial topics of smart drugs and brain optimization — everything from nutrition and neural supplements to meditation and neurofeedback — but with an emphasis on the new school — the stuff that is just coming online right now.