What is the story of the industrial revolution? How has petroleum been important for the development of humanity? Brad produces the podcast Context, and How it Began. https://www.bradharris.com/ Transcript here.
I got to talk with Sam Arbesman about The Overedge Catalog, Scientific Discovery, and Complexity. You can check out Sam’s blog at: https://arbesman.net/
Josiah runs the ODIN, check it out here! https://www.the-odin.com/ Transcript here.
OIn this episode, I got to sit down with Adam Marblestone to talk about how to accelerate science, what most people don’t understand about Neuroscience, and how to have an outsize impact. Transcript here.
How do you find secrets in the world? I got to talk with Quinn about what inadequate equilibria is, how the EMH is a poor proxy for thinking about the world in general, and how to think about low-hanging fruit. We discuss the book Inadequate Equilibria by Eliezer Yudkowsky. Transcript here.
I really enjoyed the opportunity to talk to Alexey about New Science, and the future of research. Transcript and show notes here.
I got to talk to Geoff Shullenberger about Girard, the premodern/modern/postmodern distinction, academia, Christianity and a whole lot more. Transcript here.
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In this episode, we cover what has gone wrong with our universities, how she thinks about empowering young people, and a whole lot more. Danielle co-founded 1517 Fund. Transcript here.
We discuss the past present and future of conservatism, where it has gone wrong, and how politics has changed over time, with Ed West. Ed is the author of Small Men on the Wrong Side of History: The Decline, Fall and Unlikely Return of Conservatism. He is also an Editor at Unherd. Transcript here.