12.14.2018

Sarpa Salpa the time travelling fish and n,n-dimethyldopa (DMD)

Note: it looks like n-methyldopa is not acted upon by dopa decarboxalase so it also doesn't look good for dimethyldopa, however there is a chance that it does work.  Also perhaps another similar compound is the true player we are looking for that by isn't exactly n,n-dimethyldopa. See first link at bottom.

I am going to propose a new molecule n,n-Dimethyldopa (not the same as a-methyldopa) and its probable function and one probable biological source.

I was curious as to whether there could be a dopamine mediated hallucinogen because I had thought that DMT helps one to think in an extremely fast manner (as do all serotonergic hallucinogens) and it really slows the passage of time.  It helps one to experience the universe in an amplified way basically at a higher frequency (I propose that DMT increases gamma waves (60hz) since I believe it is responsible for REM sleep).  I was thinking of what could be the opposite of this, something that could help one "take everything in" in a slow way.  If DMT makes you like an insect in experiencing reality compressed, what would it be like to experience reality as a blue whale, slow and drawn out? Also if this is possible then it would be very akin to time travel.  As I (think I have) said before on this blog, time travel is possible but you can only speed up or slow down time.  This biological time travel theory here also agrees with that theory.  So what could cause the passage of time to speed up? Well we know serotonin slows down the passage of time.  Also we know that when we are excited about something the passage of time speeds up.  Bieng excited about something is dopamine.  That would make sense too, if serotonin slows down passage of time, dopamine is its' opposite so would be the best candidate to speed up the passage of time.  So then I was thinking I wonder if there could be a DMT analogue but for tyramine instead of tryptamine? Tyramine is the building block of dopamine wheras tryptamine is the building block of serotonin.  I took a look at the catecholamines and yes especially epinephrine is mono methylated and should easily be able to be dimethylated.

And then I literally stumbled on the "hallucinogenic fish" thing.  I was reading something that had nothing to do with these things (had to do with DMT) however they said it probably isn't DMT in that fish because the symptoms don't resemble serotonergic hallucinogens.  So I wondered if they resemble dopamine and would be the thing I was looking for... turns out yes the symptoms exactly match dopamine agonist side effects; auditory hallucinations, dizzyness, confusion, etc.

Dimethyltyramine does exist but the problem is it does not cross the blood brain barrier.  However we know that L-dopa does and is then converted to dopamine in the brain.  Big pharma goons have also created a-methyldopa which is converted into a-methynorepinephrine in the brain and has an onset of 6 hours and an action of 48 hours much like the sarpa salpa hallucinogen.  Could n,n-dimethyldopa or something similar, be what causes this fish to be hallucinogenic?  If so, could this be produced so if one member of the school is eaten, it allows the rest of the school to easily escape the predator (since the predator would be experiencing time go by faster and unable to keep up with the school?) I think it is likely.

N-methyl dopa is not acted on by dopa decarboxilase
https://www.jstor.org/stable/82508?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

Auditory hallucinations are from dopamine
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180216142646.htm

Sarpa salpa auditory hallucinations loss of time
https://www.shroomology.org/forums/topic/12934-dream-fish-anyone/

Dopamine speeds up time
https://www.simonsfoundation.org/2017/01/20/dopamine-cells-influence-our-perception-of-time/

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