In article <55qnsk$q8o at falcon.le.ac.uk> Dr E. Buxbaum, EB15 at le.ac.uk
>Well, now get those papers, and read them carefully. Get the literature
>cited in those papers, and read those too. If a paper works on a
>assumption, that assumtion will be documented by relevant literature,
>in the reference section, not the abstract. Scientific work is 90%
>perspiration and 10% inspiration. There are no shortcuts.
I think I did a pretty scholarly job, actually, considering that most of
those journals aren't available in my library. Now, how about a little
help? Surely you can provide one (just one) citation to an objective
scientific study demonstrating that cannabis is addictive (seeing as you
have such an extensive knowledge of the literature). It would save me a
lot of work, and you'd gain the added bonus of shutting me up once and
for all on this subject (a rare opportunity, believe me).