I have neither the time nor the skills to write such an article, but I thought it would be nice if someone could write an article around the story of Francis Crick, who discovered the doublt-helix structure of DNA.
I've seen a lot of articles on psychedelics in major newspapers and magazines recently. I'm quite sure they would publish a nicely written article about the above-mentioned event, and a discussion of the "problem solving psychedelic" in general. The article must contain original content, and perhaps some creative members on this forum can help out by creating a couple of unique illustrations, using images of Crick, DNA, LSD and related themes.
I could help out editing the text, but honestly, I can't write one. I think it's an idea that could very well work out. Anyone here who would like to give it a try? We could all contribute by searching for information about past research into the "problem solving" qualities of psychedelics and making suggestions for the structure of the article.
I'm thinking Playboy magazine, National Geographic, The Times, San Fransisco Chronicle etc.
Some sources to start of with:
Nobel Prize genius Crick was high on LSD when he discovered the secret of life:
LSD ó The Problem-Solving Psychedelic (by P.G. Stafford and B.H. Golightly)