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There should be a mention of William Leonard Pickard in this article, as from what I've heard, he was the chemist involved in synthesizing LSZ in the illicit labs mentioned in the last paragraph (reference #3). I went ahead & added it.
Also, does anybody think it's worth adding the fact that LSZ is a member of the ergoline family to this article? I realize it says that it's an analogue of LSD and that the page for LSD says that it's an ergoline, so I realize some people might find this redundant. I, however, think it's not a bad idea.
If I don't hear back from anyone within a week, I'm gonna make the edit (the ergoline one...I already made the William Leonard Pickard edit). If someone else comes along here after that who disagrees with me, feel free to edit it back, but please do reply to this and state your reasoning.