I don't quite see how that logic works. Its the inate processing ability of
the CNS that allows addiction to happen. I can't think of anything that an
"addicted brain" can't do, that a "normal" brain can do.
All addiction is a high-jacking of associative process's. If you look at it
like that, im sure you could use a highly addictive drug to improve the
brains ability to accociate.
"KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in news:P_Gkb.7590$Ec1.681565
> The drug ab-use has transformed the 'ad-
> icted nervous system into a non-Human
> nervous system that cares relatively-little
> about the generalized information proces-
> sing capabilities that are innate within non-
> drug-addicted nervous systems.