Oct 26, 2021
Last time we talked China, we
discussed the silk and belt road initiative and how china is buying
up debt world wide. It seemed like they had a 100 year plan, and
the west was falling apart.
Now it seems like everyone is struggling, and we're all in it together.
We talk to two Americans (including Connor from the...
Sep 5, 2021
Peter Kris has built several successful startups in the block
chain, and has a no nonsense, plain speaking approach to
demystifying what is often an unnecessarily jargon filled
What's overhyped? Where are the risks for retail investors? Why does it use so much energy? And what are some practical applications for...
Aug 31, 2021
The OG crew get weird and discuss traditional moral dilemmas such as the trolley problem, whether you should speak up at a wedding if you don't think the couple should marry. If our moral revulsion to certain acts is evolved, when is that instinct helpful, and when is it not?
Jul 26, 2021
German Political Analyst and Strategist Marc Saxer bring his experience in Asia and a unique perspective on how to transform Western politics.
If Neo-Liberalism is dying, why has the Left failed to capitalize on it? How can climate change activism become more effective?
We get into Identity Politics, the Culture Wars,...
Jun 11, 2021
We discuss the need to avoid religious dogma on the path to enlightenment and Nirvana. A fascinating exploration of Buddhism from two perspectives often presented as conflicting opposites. What does Buddhism have to teach us about history, philosophy, our reality, history, and ourselves.
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