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Podcast 054. It’s Not Science Fiction, It’s Biomimicry- Dr. Michael Nosonovsky, Michael Phillip

Podcast 054. It’s Not Science Fiction, It’s Biomimicry- Dr. Michael Nosonovsky, Michael Phillip
6 days ago

Podcast 054. It’s Not Science Fiction, It’s Biomimicry- Dr. Michael Nosonovsky, Michael Phillip

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“In the first half of the 20th century, the prevailing idea was that humans could be masters of nature and the universe. We thought that human power was unlimited. …
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Podcast 053. Filmmakers Spencer Chumbley, Erik Ljung
2 weeks ago

Podcast 053. Filmmakers Spencer Chumbley, Erik Ljung

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Filmmakers Spencer Chumbley and Erik Ljung have shot for organizations like VICE and Al Jazeera. I caught up with the guys just before they debuted their film, The Death of Cory …
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Podcast 052. The Undying Stars- David Mathisen, Michael Phillip
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Podcast 052. The Undying Stars- David Mathisen, Michael Phillip

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Salutations, good humans. Thanks for putting your consciousness to the task of clickity clacking the proper combination of buttons to get yourself here. 

 

It took a unique level …
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051. Simulation Theory and the Nature of Reality with Physicist and Author, Tom Campbell.
2 months ago

051. Simulation Theory and the Nature of Reality with Physicist and Author, Tom Campbell.

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“When the original founding fathers of quantum mechanics were doing these experiments they were really excited… making statements like- ‘if quantum mechanics doesn’t blow your mind, that’s because you …
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This Time-Lapse Video of the Northern Lights is Dripping with Awe.
1 month ago

This Time-Lapse Video of the Northern Lights is Dripping with Awe.

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The grandeur of natural phenomenon is truly unparalleled. Some of us are lucky enough to live in a place where we can be humbled by oceans or mountains on a …
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Brain to Computer Interface Allows Researchers to Witness Learning in Real Time
1 month ago

Brain to Computer Interface Allows Researchers to Witness Learning in Real Time

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I grew up playing video games- tons of them. So when I pick up a new one, I just assume the learning curve won’t be that big of a deal. …
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Why is Everyone Freaking Out About Graphene?
1 month ago

Why is Everyone Freaking Out About Graphene?

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It’s harder than diamond, 300 times stronger than steel, the first 2D atomic crystal ever, it’s flexible, hyper conductive and a whole bunch of other impossible sounding things. Check out …
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Unleash the Swarm! 3D Printed Drones are on the Way.
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Unleash the Swarm! 3D Printed Drones are on the Way.

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Drones- they’ve gone from only existing in Star Wars to multi-million dollar death dealer to novelty gift in just a handful of years. Soon, you’ll even be able to 3D-print …
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A Brief Guide to Jungian Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
1 month ago

A Brief Guide to Jungian Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious

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Carl Jung is without a doubt one of the most interesting, mysterious and controversial figures to emerge from the field of Psychology. He popularized concepts like synchronicity, the collective unconscious and …
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This Awesome, Simple Physics Phenomenon is Hypnotic and Mesmerizing
1 month ago

This Awesome, Simple Physics Phenomenon is Hypnotic and Mesmerizing

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Physics demonstrations are at their best when they sweep you up in their magic. When they make you forget you’re witnessing something that had to be precisely planned and calculated …
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Still Foggy on Bitcoin? Get up to Speed on the Revolution
2 months ago

Still Foggy on Bitcoin? Get up to Speed on the Revolution

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Although Bitcoin, hasn’t exactly infiltrated the mainstream ethos, it’s getting there. You may have even heard the term floating around outside of message boards, or dark alleyways. Still, …
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