Monthly Archives: November 2014

Pleasure Principle

A hypothesis why ecigs can be permanently successful with smoking cessation, where all other methods usually fail eventually. Let’s face it: Ingesting small amounts of nicotine is rather similar to caffeine. Stimulating and relaxing. As a smoker (or vaper) you

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Definition of “Cessation”

This is one point that I often find very confusing. When I say “I stopped smoking” I mean literally: “I stopped inhaling burned tobacco smoke”. And the answer often is: “No you didn’t, you are still inhaling nicotine”. And it

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Public Review

Peer review was the most respected form of acceptance in the scientific community. In some cases this seems to have deteriorated to sycophant review. It no longer is a reliable pilar of quality. But we have something new: Public review!

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You Don’t Know Nicotine

A documentation in the making. About common misconceptions that have been around for so long that they are considered "common knowledge" even among scientists. But what are real scientific facts and what are just myths?

GFN–Global Forum on Nicotine

Annual event in Warsaw. Where scientists, policymakers, and consumers meet other people interested in the topic.

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German consumers organisation.