posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 10:04 AM
That's why it's my personal choice for suicide (running car in garage) you just... *yawn*.... get kiiiinndaa... sleepy.... Also Dr. Kevorkians
choice after they took away his assisted suicide machine.
Would make sense since CO2 and CO are heavier than O2 so could "push" it out of the air, yet like most chemical attacks you'd hafta worry about it
being too heavy and most of it staying closer to the ground. But if you're asleep, somebody somehow opens up something that just pushes out the
oxygen around you're living complex, you wouldn't even know...
I remember I was reading about a carbon-monoxide leak at a family's house. The entire family (mom, dad, 5 children), figured something was up when
they were getting really sleepy and couldn't move their body too well... They literally had to drag themselves crawling at a snails pace, urging with
all their strength to get to the door, finally made it out, or at least the parents, took in some breaths of fresh air, were able to move again, and
ran back in to grab their unconscious children.
Reminds me of the time when SWIM took 8x recommended dose of cubensis, after dreaming about being a battle ship bombarding Iwo Jima, when he woke up
he realized that his appendages felt MILES away, tried to get out of bed, couldn't, so rolled off and desperately dragged his 8 ton arms and legs to
the bathroom to puke it all out. So I have somewhat of an idea of what the symtoms feels like - if any of the survivors of that attack in Syria
suffered the ability to move their arms and legs normally, and virtually had to crawl to an escape, then it prolly aint normal nerve agents... Same
with the lab rat humans in NK, that's why I'm curious....