Finding Your Place in the World - Episode 39, Season 1

How can you find true contentment? Ancient Greek mythology had a surprisingly profound answer, which we cover in this episode. And we also look into what hidden superpower you have.

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How to Change the Way You Look at Things (in Plain English): https://amzn.to/3gdiQ33 
Antivirus For Your Mind: https://amzn.to/36nq9ka 
Principles For Personal Growth: https://amzn.to/3bRidbR 
Cultivating Fire: https://amzn.to/2WTiiYs 
Direct Your Mind: https://amzn.to/3gePh16 
Self-Help Stuff That Works: https://amzn.to/3bUwMvB 
Slotralogy: https://amzn.to/2zj8DBm 
Fill Your Tank With Freedom: https://amzn.to/2LPtnU7 
Self-Reliance, Translated: https://amzn.to/2TqW25V 
What Difference Does It Make: https://amzn.to/2LPWPt8 

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One Way to Remember More of What You Learn - Episode 37, Season 1

This episode covers a simple method you can use to remember more of what you learn, and remember it longer. And it's something that won't really take much extra time to do.

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Overpopulation Solved - Episode 36, Season 1

One of the most consequential issues, one of the most important contributors to global problems (especially environmental problems) is something that most of us consider a taboo subject: Overpopulation. This needs to change. And this episode provides a solution to the problem.

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End Political Contributions - Episode 35, Season 1

A lot of political problems in the U.S. can be traced to a single source: That politicians are legally allowed to accept money for their campaigns, and then they owe those contributors a favor. But this problem can be solved, and there are already effective organizations working on solving it. This episode explains the ideas behind the movement.

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Episode 31, Why You're Less Hungry Fasting Than Dieting

This is a short excerpt from a much longer podcast (What's So Great About Fasting?). This one touches on the counterintuitive biological reasons many people find fasting to be significantly easier than dieting.

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Episode 30, How Long Can Someone Fast Before They Die?

This is a short excerpt of a much longer podcast (called What's So Great About Fasting?). This excerpt looks at some of the recorded extremes of fasting duration.

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Episode 29, One Simple Way to Improve Your Marriage

This is a description of an experiment showing how one simple change can improve how satisfied your spouse is in your marriage, and how committed your spouse is.

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Episode 28, What's So Great About Fasting?

In this episode, Adam discusses some of the benefits of going without food, and talks about some of the interesting studies that have been done on it. He also mentions a few things he's learned about doing it himself that might help make your fasts easier.

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Episode 27, 5G Conspiracy Theories in the Age of Misinformation

The number of 5G conspiracy theories has grown rapidly recently, partly being driven by foreign governments trying to slow down our deployment of the technology, but do we really know if 5G networks really harm human beings? In this episode Ben Wagner and Adam Li Khan discuss the issue.

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Episode 26, Why is the Coronavirus Crisis so Confusing?

It is frustrating how little we still know about this virus. Why? How is it possible that in this modern age we can't seem to figure it out? Adam Li Khan and Ben Wagner discuss it in this episode.

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Episode 25, The Global War of Data: The New Central Commodity

This is a conversation between Adam Li Khan and Ben Wagner, discussing how data is replacing oil as the key commodity in the world.

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Episode 24, The Game Changers Documentary Has Some Flaws

This is a conversation between Adam Li Khan and Ben Wagner talking about the documentary, The Game Changers, a very well-made movie that tries to convince the viewer that a vegetarian diet is far superior than eating meat. But some of what they said in the movie was misleading.

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Episode 23, Is It Possible to Cure Someone of Conspiracy Thinking?

This is basically about a scientific paper on how to correct misinformation, written by five researchers. The scientists look at the studies available on what is actually effective when correcting misinformation, and how to prevent the backfire effect (when your efforts to change someone's mind makes them even more firmly convinced they were right to begin with).

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Episode 22, Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them

This is a summary of what I thought were the best parts of the book, Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them, plus a few extra comments from me. The book is a collection of chapters written by 31 different authors, all of whom are experts on conspiracy theories, but in different fields, including political scientists, psychologists, sociologists, and historians. Although most of the chapters are written like scientific papers (academic language and lots of citations), the book is fascinating.

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