5-Methoxy-alpha-ethyltryptamine is a psychoactive drug and member of the tryptamine chemical class. It produces psychedelic and stimulant effects. 5-MeO-α-ET, when used recreationally, is taken orally at dosages of 50–75 mg. 5-MeO-α-ET produces entactogenic and stimulant effects that can last 4–6 hours. However, little information exists on the psychopharmacological effects of this compound, thus considerable variation with regard to dosage and effects can be expected. There have been no reported deaths or hospitalizations from 5-MeO-α-ET, but its safety profile is unknown. 5-MeO-α-ET is unscheduled and uncontrolled in the United States, but possession and sales of 5-MeO-α-ET could be prosecuted under the Federal Analog Act because of its structural similarities to α-ET and α-MT. alpha-Ethyltryptamine alpha-Methyltryptamine

James Dallinger

James William Dallinger is a New Zealand rower. He was a member of the World Champion under-23 coxed four in 2006, the world champion senior coxless four in 2007, he has been selected. Dallinger was born in Hora Hora, New Zealand and attended St Paul's Collegiate School in nearby Hamilton, he started rowing with the school club in 2000, where he was coached by three-time Olympian Ian Wright. In 2002 and 2003 Dallinger was part of the U19 Eight that won the Maadi Cup – the first two wins in the school's history. In 2006 Dallinger was selected as bowman in the New Zealand coxed four, along with Steven Cottle, Paul Gerritsen, Dane Boswell and cox Daniel Quigley, they won gold at the FISA Under 23 World Championships setting a new World record time of 6.03 in Hazelwinkel and Bronze at the World Championships in Eton, UK. In 2007 he made the NZ coxless four in the number two position with fellow crew members Hamish Bond, Eric Murray and Carl Meyer under coach Chris Nillsen; the team won Gold at the 2007 World Championships in Munich, Germany thus qualifying them for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

In 2008 competing in the international regattas didn't go so well for Dallinger and his crew, getting 6th in Lucerne, Switzerland and 5th Poznan, a gutting 7th in the Olympics after running through the heats being one of the 8 crew with less than 0.7 sec parting them. After the Games, Dallinger joined the Piha Surf Boat Rowing team bound for Biarritz, France to compete in the 2008 European Ocean Thunder series, with team mates Mark Bournville, Matt Kirk, Craig Knox, Brad Myton, Bruce O'Brien and Hayden Smith. Dallinger and the Piha boys took Gold in the final. In December 2010 Dallinger after coaching at the Waikato Regional Rowing Performance Centre for a few months decided to get back in the boat, training paid off and after the National Rowing trials was selected again as part of the Men's Coxless Four along with 2007/08 team mate Carl Meyer and two new boys Benjamin Hammond and Chris Harris the pair both from Wanaganui, they have had some success in the campaign to the World Championships on this year in Bled, Slovenia securing a 2nd at the World Rowing Cup in Hamburg, Germany

List of M├ętis people

This is a partial list of Canadians who are of Métis descent. Howard Adams, Métis activist and leader Andre Beauchemin, Métis. In November 1872, Beauchemin offered to resign his seat in the Manitoba assembly so that Riel could be elected in a by-election Pierre Bottineau, Minnesota frontiersman, surveyor and translator Michel "Mitch" Bouyer, Métis of French Canadian and Sioux ancestry. Col. George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876 James P. Brady, Métis politician and activist Pierre Delorme, Métis politician and activist. Elected as a Member of Parliament in 1871, defeated in 1874 and re-elected in 1878. Gabriel Dumont, Métis military leader during the North-West Rebellion Cuthbert Grant, Métis political and military leader John Norquay, Métis politician, Premier of Manitoba from 1878 to 1887 William Reginald Gunn Métis, first graduate of the University of Manitoba, 1880 Malcolm Norris, Métis politician and leader. Norris was a founder and the first vice-president of the first Alberta Métis organization called the Association des Métis d’Alberta et des Territories du Nord-Ouest.

In 1964, he headed the Métis Association of Northern Saskatchewan. Louis Riel, Métis leader who led the Red River Rebellion in 1869 - 1870, the provisional government of Rupert's Land, Manitoba's entry into Confederation in 1870. Riel was reelected in February 1874 expelled ran in the subsequent by-election, was reelected and expelled again. Louis Schmidt, Métis politician, Riel's Secretary and, in their youth, Riel's classmate. Born in 1844 he was known as Louis Laferté until Bishop Taché changed it in 1858. Louis Schmidt made the first of numerous petitions on behalf of the Métis' to the federal government over rights to their lands and their call for proper political representation. See Louis Schmidt: A Forgotten Métis in Riel and the Métis Ed. A. S Lussier Manitoba Métis Federation Press. Douglas Cardinal, architect, he designed the Museum of Canadian History and did the building designs for the Oujé-Bougoumou community of the James Bay Cree. This work won the "We the People". Keith Barker, playwright Sandra Birdsell, daughter of a Métis man and a Russian Mennonite woman.

George R. D. Goulet, best-selling Métis author. Shelly Glover, Métis.