Has anyone else replied to your messages?
I'm not surprised most of them have abandoned the nootropic movement. In the past decade it was a rollercoaster. There weren't many nootropic vendors, at least not many that seemed reliable. But after 2012, excellent suppliers like Powder City started selling the fundamental synthetic nootropics like the racetams.
Unfortunately, someone (well, a lot of people) thought it would be a good idea to abuse Tianeptine and Powder City had to shutdown as a result.
Since then, there's been a noticeable trend of nootropic vendors to not replenish stock of synthetic nootropics and instead offer more 'natural' substances, which are often lacking in any real nootropic effects.
In any case, it seems like the typical course of action from a noobtropic user is
- Get excited at the possibility of improving cognition
- Try half a dozen nootropics, often without giving it time to work
- Megadose or abuse nootropics, thinking more is more
- Realize nootropics won't turn you into a genius
- Realize most nootropics only have subtle benefits
- Realize that it requires tweaking and patience to achieve at most moderate benefits
- Lose interest almost completely
These reasons are probably why nootropics are still a niche topic despite having been known since the 20th century.
I too don't mind if it's just you and me discussing things. It's nice to have someone intelligent to talk to, in general, but also for nootropics.
As for the guests viewing, it might be real people or it might be bots.