Originally Posted by uchihademon91
ya, his statemet does imply that, why dont you learn to read. even though that may not have been what he implied. he said that it IS addictive, that form of sentence structure implies that it is addictive to every body, the use of the word "is" proves this. it is not addictive to every body, it lacks the chemical capacity to do so, and as for the many other reasons things can become addictive, those reasons can apply to anything, not to marijuana specifically. he also says it can easily take over your life, this phrase implies that it will take over anyones life who smokes it. the word "can" negates this theory, but by adding easily, it implies it is certain that it will take over your life, the only variable there will be the difficulty in which it does so, whether it be easy or hard.
If I said gambling is addictive, that wouldn't mean everyone who gambles would become addicted to gambling. Some people do become addicted to gambling though. Therefore the statement is correct. Gambling can be addictive; therefore it is
addictive. Again, that doesn't imply in any way that everyone will become addicted though. Same thing applies here. He was right, and said nothing erroneous.
You interpreted wrong, because you fail at reading comprehension. There was no "everyone," "all people," "everybody," etc. anywhere in his statement. You fucked up. Easy shit. Come the fuck on.
from what he said... yes marijuana would actually increase physical ability, such as strength and reflex. he said that it speeds up your heart rate by 50%. when your heart rate is increased your body reacts by releasing different hormones and chemicals which will act to improve your bodies physical capacity. increased heart rate is not a direct effect of marijuana although, in some cases, it can cause some people to have the sensation of paranoia and anxiety, and that in turn can cause increased heart rate. but those are only in some cases. marijuana will not increase your heart rate every time you use it
Sources? Quote your sources and post the links where you got the quotes from. I don't care what you have to say about human physiology, because there is no reason to assume that you know shit about shit. You've admitted that your information was wrong on at least one thing already. You're not a credible source of information. If you're going to make claims, then provide proof supporting you claims. I'm skeptical, and rightfully so. Put up or shut up.