Andrés Gómez Emilsson is Director of Research at, and co-founder of, the Qualia Research Institute where he works with algorithm design, psychedelic theory, neurotechnology, and mapping the computational properties of consciousness, to name several. He has a master’s degree in Computational Psychology; worked professionally with graph theory, statistics, and affective science; and blogs at QualiaComputing.com. Many psychedelics produce visual tracers. To find out more about these phenomena and how they relate to iboga, I invite Andrés on the podcast to discuss psychedelic-induced tracers, trails, and stroboscopic effects, and he speaks about his and colleagues’ relatively new computer program called Tracer Replication Tool. Topics of our discussion include: Qualia Research Institute; sober, psychedelic, and iboga tracers; micromorts; “psychedelic cryptography”; the Tracer Replication Tool and how you too can document your tracer experiences; iboga tracer phenomenology; (auto)stereograms; the time-like texture of consciousness related to tracers; and Andrés boldly posits that controlling a substance’s tracer effects might allow one to control the world-building process of that substance. Also, visit my Podcast Supplements article regarding afterthoughts of Andrés and I's conversation (https://amhouot.com/76-ep2-7_tracers-trails-and-stroboscopic-effects_andres-gomez-emilsson/).
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