Back in the late 1950s there was a doctor in the United States that was simply known as Dr. Blow. His real was not known except to a couple of people in the government. He had been put through a rigorous procedure of plastic surgery as well as a full identity change. This had never been done to a doctor before but this doctor was so brilliant that the American government felt that it was necessary to do so in order to avoid kidnapping or assassination from the Russians.
Dr. Blow was a master chemist and to many he was considered to be the best in the world. He had developed a chemical compound which turned into a powder that was then to be snorted. This chemical compound had properties that allowed the human mind or the conceptual faculty of man to expand. In turn this would allow a person to think in ways and at levels that were previously thought impossible.
The most ironic thing about Dr. Blow was that as he developed the drug, he used himself as the guinea pig which facilitated his mind expansion and the growth of his already massive conceptual faculty. This had a reciprocating effect, as the more he used the drug, the smarter he got and the smarter he got the more he used the drug. Throughout the experiments he did not reveal to anyone that he was using it which made him seem even more of a genius than he actually was.
Then one day he decided it was time to reveal to the military brass what he had come up with. They were astounded at the theory but at the same time they were very skeptical because he had not conducted any tests on actual people. The military made sure they would find volunteers by any means necessary. After three months of carefully documented tests the military approved the designer drug to be used only on high level scientists so they could break the barriers of knowledge and find new channels of knowledge acquisition.
The program known as, "Operation Blow" was to be rolled out immediately. But this never happened as the mind of Dr. Blow overexpanded and he started using words and terms that he had discovered, but they were not understandable to even a genius-like humans. He had taken things too far and no longer thought like a human, but a man that was 10,000 years ahead of his time. What went wrong you might ask?
The brilliant Dr. Blow had made a fatal mistake. He failed to realize that the drug was 100% addictive. A paradox occured because of this: you continued to take the drug and your mind expanded but if you didn't take the drug your mind went back to the way it was.
He continued to take the drug and one day he overdosed.