We begin this mouth-feel filled episode with a spiritual journey; drinking beer with hallucinogens in the Andes. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, it’s farmyard fun with a new study on lambs eating different flavors, textures, and poison! Somewhere in there, Amielle demands a whole bottle of whiskey and Leah achieves personality personal-growth. And finally, we discuss how your fears are gonna fuck up your sperm and next generations. Also, serial killer sheep.
- Captain Awkward’s tale of two cats
- Hallucinogens, alcohol and shifting leadership strategies in the ancient Peruvian Andes (Biwer, M. et al., 2022)
- New World Tryptamine Hallucinogens and the Neuroscience of Ayahuasca (McKenna, D. & Riba J., 2018)
- The hallucinogenic world of tryptamines: an updated review (Araújo, A.M., Carvalho, F., Bastos, M.L. et al., 2015)
- Alcohol consumption alters monoamine oxidase activities in brain structures: relation to ethanol craving (Zimatkin, S. M., Tsydik, V. F., & Lelevich, V. V., 1997)
- Monoamine Oxidase Inhibition by Ethanol in vitro (Maynard, L.S., & Schenker, V.J., 1962)
- Food Seeking in a Risky Environment: A Method for Evaluating Risk and Reward Value in Food Seeking and Consumption in Mice (Lockie, S.H., McAuley, C.V., Rawlinson, S., Guiney, N., & Andrews, Z.B., 2017)
- The influence of prior experience on food preference by sheep exposed to unfamiliar feeds and flavors (Pedernera, M., Vulliez, A., & Villalba, J.J., 2022)
- The term Sheeple was not coined by Marc Maron, but recently popularized by his use of the term during his Air American radio program. The term was used during the closing of each show “Goodnight Sheeple!”
- Sheep self-medicate when challenged with illness-inducing foods (Villalba, J.J., Provenza, F.D., & Shaw, R., 2006)
- Parental olfactory experience influences behavior and neural structure in subsequent generations (Dias, B.G. & Ressler, K.J., 2014)
- Epigenetics, developmental programming and nutrition in herbivores (Chavatte-Palmer, Pascale, et al., 2018)
- BRUSH TAILED POSSUMS!!!
- Personality affects the foraging response of a mammalian herbivore to the dual costs of food and fear (Mella, V. S. A., Ward, A. J. W., Banks, P. B., & McArthur, C., 2015)
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