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  1. Hi everyone, I recently directed a project at an event in parliament where patients spoke about how cannabis helps them, along with a quick update from the United Patients Alliance. Thought this community may appreciate it. Positive vibes, Mike.
  2. Watched this last night, thought it was very thought provoking.
  3. The Brain with David Eagleman series availiable on iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06yjrdp/episodes/player I have watched the first two hour-long episodes of this six-part series and have enjoyed it so far. Despite a superficially annoying presenting style this series is well written and pitched at a good level of complexity imo. It makes some interesting points about us and brain function well, whilst remaining down-to earth and easy to follow and it does not descend to the level of "bodymatters". There are some trippy graphics (eg floating CGI brain with eyeballs) but only where needed to illustrate a point. Since getting the iPlayer HTML5 beta running recently and installing get iPlayer automator (different computers) I have been using iPlayer a fair bit recently. They have enhanced it's useability for me.
  4. Green Medicine is a new documentary film that gives an insight into the medical cannabis scene in Chile. It follows the story of Daya Foundation, a non-profit organisation, that was granted a licence by the Chilean government to begin Latin America's first legal cannabis grow in 2014. Does cannabis make a difference to the quality of life of medical patients suffering from a range of illnesses, including epilepsy and cancer? The documentary team behind Green Medicine: Chile's medical cannabis Revolution spent 6 months following the progress of the medical marihuana debate in the country. The film features numerous interviews and highlights the arguments for and against the legalization of cannabis, for use by medical patients. Interviews include politicians and members of the Chilean Congress, scientists involved in the research and testing of cannabis extracts for medical use, the founders and growers of the Daya Foundation and the medical patients for whom cannabis has transformed life. The film was made by Geek Media, directed by Diego Estay and produced by Paradise Seeds. https://www.paradise-seeds.com/en/info/green-medicine-chile-medical-cannabis-revolution
  5. Brilliant if you have a spare hour and 3/4
  6. Don't know if this has been posted before but thought it was interesting http://www.phoenixtears.ca/