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Worms use serotonin to aid their motility. (however, I suspect they use it as a drug, get high and dance). As there is little free serotonin in the area they migrate to the brain via the vagus nerve
But what if the 'worm' was 1 nanometer
The underlying biochemistry is sound and well published.
Quote from: alancalverd on 05/02/2023 11:32:52The underlying biochemistry is sound and well published.That's interesting; have you a reference?
no more worms travel to the brain via the vagus nerve.
If the 'worm' was microscopic, perhaps translucent,
Can I throw another bit of 'evidence' into the mix.Ketamine is getting a good write up when used in depression. It seems to work very quickly in suicidal ideation.I have two thought trains on this:First, the ketamine appears to be acting as an opiate in situ. If the worms are addicts maybe they are more attracted to the opiate as opposed to the serotonin. At this point the worms physically migrate out of the synapses to the opiate source. Freed up synapses allow the serotonin to flow in the correct manner and restores a happy state to the human.Second, ketamine is acting as a worm killer and removing the blockage.Thoughts?
But what if the 'worm' was 1 nanometer in width and the synaptic gap was also 1 nanometer?
travel to the brain via the vagus nerve.