Snuffed in the prime of life

Albert Hofmann, Inventor of LSD, Embarks on Final Trip:

Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann, inventor of LSD, died yesterday at the age of 102, just 10 days after the 55th anniversary of his notorious bicycle trip while tripping on “acid”. Hofmann, who suffered a heart attack at home in Basel, Switzerland, was the first person to synthesize lysergic acid diethylamide, better known as LSD, and the first human known to experience its mind-bending effects.

Imagine the full, long life he could have had if didn’t mess with LSD.

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