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  1. KunstlerCast 294 - “There’s No App for That” - Richard Heinberg - Kunstler

    Another excellent conversation my host, thank you for sharing.

    Though I must say that your closing remark that people can only listen for so long does not apply to those of us who have no use or connection to television.

    Your podcasts are far superior to anything that the TV had years ago when I disconnected it.

    I must applaud you for defending the result of the last national election for its pathetic lack of alternatives.

    Indeed there has been very little in the way of choice for a very long time now.

    Your conversation touched upon Climate Change as did Too Much Magic as well.

    I respect your views on the issue, though personally I blame an awful lot on the changes that have taken place in the changes in our Sun and the decimation that these have inflicted upon the Earth’s Magnetosphere:

    poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/real-time-magnetosphere-data-reading-between-the-lines

    Do we humans do very bad things to the atmosphere by the garbage that we burn in our internal combustion engines?

    Absolutely!

    Does it have very bad ecological effects to our planet?

    No doubt!

    But an astrophysics professor I had long ago once taught us that “as goes the Sun, so goes the Earth”.

    In any case, those who profit from carbon based fuels and the electricity they produce have acquired far too much power (profit) to ever be significantly altered in their ways.

    Use less energy?

    Count me in and I do a bang up job of doing exactly that, but people like me are not only few and far between, we are considered loonies by the Common American Idiots.

    There is another element in the bizarre nature of the weather patterns that we have all been seeing for the last decade and that is direct interference by man, especially the military.

    The military brass has long been aware that adverse weather conditions severely affect the abilities of any armed forces to conduct even the simplest acts of war.

    World War was a prime example and it was during the second World War that the lesson was not only best learned but the absolute lust to do something about it first came into play.

    There have been countless efforts, funding and scientific efforts put forth by militaries around the world to control the weather.

    You do not really need an army at all if you can make it rain on your enemies homeland for forty days and forty nights.

    Heck you can even bring in your own military as a relief effort afterwards and take over to the cheers of the survivors as the clouds all clear.

    I do not know how far they have progressed in this ability but I know how much effort we put into it during my time of service.

    Methinks they have made progress and perhaps, added to the problems.

    In any case, well done and thank you once again.

    I appreciate all the work you do to bring us these distractions from our toils and insights into the future.

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    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-294-theres-no-app-richard-heinberg/

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  2. Adventures in Unschooling & Practiculture - Ben Hewitt #149 — Daniel Vitalis

    Author and practiculturalist Ben Hewitt is back on ReWild Yourself Podcast

    to give us a peek inside his adventures in building a lifestyle living with

    and from the land. Ben resides on a thriving 100-acre homestead in Vermont

    where he and his family explore back-to-the-land living, permaculture

    design, wildcrafting, traditional skills and alternative education paths

    for their two sons. 

    In this episode, Ben shares on the evolution of his family’s personal

    journey as modern homesteaders. We discuss alternative childhood education

    and how his sons’ education paths have evolved in some unexpected

    directions. We also get into the topics of community-based living vs

    self-sufficient living, harvest sharing and how to strike a balance between

    foraging and farming. Ben’s non-dogmatic approach to this lifestyle is

    refreshing, and he has some wonderful insights for those aspiring to build

    their own ReWilded homestead.

    http://www.danielvitalis.com/rewild-yourself-podcast/adventures-in-unschooling-practiculture-ben-hewitt-149

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  3. KunstlerCast 293 - Hate Is the New Sex, featuring John Michael Greer - Kunstler

     

     

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    “Simply the best novel of the 1960s”

    Get your Official JHK swag on Cafe Press

    Pre-order the fourth and final book of the World Made By Hand series.

    Battenkill Books (autographed by the Author) |  Northshire Books | Amazon

    JHK’s Three-Act Play, Big Slide

    A log mansion in the Adirondack Mountains…

    A big family on the run…

    A nation in peril…

    Visit the Big Slide Page to order, perform, or see sample scenes.

     

    Ho ho ho! It’s that time of year again. Here’s JHK’s holiday classic: A Christmas Orphan.

    11-year-old Jeff Greenaway hears his mom and dad argue one night after an office Christmas party. He infers from their garbled squabble that he is an orphan, found in a willow basket on the welcome mat outside their New York apartment. Thinking now that his parents are imposters, he steals away to Grand Central Station and buys a train ticket to Drakesville, Vermont, where he intends to start life all over again. Print | Kindle | Kobo (Digital) | Barnes & Noble (Digital) 

    JHK’s lost classic now reprinted as an e-bookKindle edition only

     

    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-293-hate-new-sex-featuring-john-michael-greer/

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  4. Download The Deeper Dig | Podbean

    The Deeper Dig

    From Vermont’s only member-supported digital news daily, VTDigger reporters go deep on the key story of the week.

    https://www.podbean.com/site/UserDownload/PB6F03C08TJT4

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  5. #877 - Jordan Peterson from The Joe Rogan Experience on podbay

    #877 - Jordan PetersonJordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos http://www.selfauthoring.com/ 100% off the Future Authoring Program code: "ChangeYourself" - The offer is valid until the end of Nov 30th.TweetPopout Listen on iPhoneListen on AndroidLoading…Download

    http://podbay.fm/show/360084272/e/1480375196?autostart=1

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  6. The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 958 with Jordan Peterson – JREfan.com

    Episode Number: 958Episode Guest: Jordan PetersonOriginal Airdate: May 9, 2017Episode Sponsors: LegalZoom, MeUndies, Charlotte’s Web Hemp, Onnit, Caveman Coffee

    Guest Bio: Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto.

    Topics Discussed: Jordan was denied grant funding; examining behavior has become a taboo subject; restricting thinking in university; Jordan at McMaster university video; the protesters at McMaster and his talk; people were trying to deafen him with airhorns; white knights; man beaten with bike lock at Berkeley protest; protesters won’t talk with him intelligently; Canada’s bill C-16; gender unicorn; Jordan is being called a racist; Toronto Black Lives Matter founder says white people are defective; many trans people support him; people using issues to seek attention; Jordan has no issues with transgender people; many transgender people don’t want to use new gender pronouns; why do some people want new gender pronouns to become mainstream; Jordan is opposed to control; Jacques Derrida; talk about interpreting the world; postmodernism; Michel Foucault; Discovery of the Unconscious book; ideas are always at war; what is the motivation of people behind this movement; PTSD; Jordan thinks Joe has a clear intellect; phallogos; logos; Ted Cruz debate with Sally Yates; the dislike of clear thinking; social justice warriors don’t think clearly; (1:00:00) Berkeley Milo Yiannopoulos riot; acceptance of victim status; humans are tribal primates; Dunbar’s number; disgust; words are a virus; Hitler’s table talk; Zyklon B; we are wired for chaos; how we look at humans; how an object can be seen as a virus; seeing people as predators; talk about “snakes” and the idea of evil; the evolutionary basis to look at people as snakes/enemies; more PTSD talk; in the face of stress it’s better to act voluntarily; Medusa; feeling to fight, flight, or freeze; talk about the Old Testament; bargaining with the future; looking at old stories as an evolutionary biologist; why do we have a capacity for mystical experiences; feeling of awe; entheogens; we have evolved from the spirit of hierarchy; sexual selection; how females select their mate; male dominance hierarchy; the ideal person/man; male feminists are sneaky and creepy; Pinocchio; is there a light at the end of the tunnel; Jamie explains Kekistan; shitposting; the unknown and the underworld; operating in a state of chaos; we’re in a transitional period; he’s overwhelmed with positive responses from people; Jordan suggests people clean their rooms rather than trying to change the world; people need to work on themselves; motivational memes on Instagram; people can improve themselves; potential; Carl Jung; one must understand their potential for horrific behavior; Joe talks about doing a Kardashian bit in his stand-up act; Jordan (jokingly) calls Joe a monster; (2:00:00) truth is a valuable commodity; what is an intellectual; Thus Spoke Zarathustra book; the highest idea someone holds is their God; new Atheists; more talk about the Old Testament and New Testament; more Jung and Nietzsche talk; men searching for a reason or path; polytheism; Marduk; meaninglessness; the imitation of Christ; life is hard and tragic; accepting your mortality; contending with yourself; we’re adapted to the things that last forever; we look for a meaning that justifies the suffering; men need a purpose; women have a purpose; family is a huge part of life; relationship between a mother and child; importance of telling the truth; self-sabotage; having a meaningful life; men should be acting out the archetype of the hero; Joe talks again about reward systems and overcoming struggles; unnecessary suffering; why is overcoming obstacles a part of happiness; The Scorpion and the Frog; male hierarchy and sexual selection; is life too easy now; Joe talks about someone who was addicted to EverQuest; the future and virtual reality/artificial worlds; Donald Trump has a problem with the truth; Ray Kurzweil; how much has happened in the last 100 years; people in North America are part of the 1%; universal basic income; what people do in their free time; unemployment; why are some people creative and others not; ASAT camouflage; Joe thinks Canada has nicer people than America; Canada compared to the US; clear thought; hierarchies; diminishing of competition; toxic masculinity; why men fight; will Jordan continue his job as a psychology professor; what school is like for him now; Jordan doesn’t understand his life right now and he can’t keep up; Jordan’s YouTube channel; Joe gets 120 million downloads and views of his podcast per month; (3:00:00) flat earth theory talk; the terror of intellectualism; Paradise Lost book; chaos in life; Maps of Meaning book.

    My Thoughts: Joe says this is his favorite podcast ever.

    Podcast Video: Below is a video of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode #958 available for streaming via YouTube.

    Podcast Audio: Audio for this episode of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is available through iTunes, Stitcher, or you can download the MP3 directly to add it to the audio player of your choice.

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    http://jrefan.com/the-joe-rogan-experience-episode-958-with-jordan-peterson/

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  7. Truck

    I loved this episode about Trucks. It brought back many memories of the more than 20 trucks I have owned and driven as a landscaper

    over the past 40″years . Internationals, Dodges, Fords, Chevys, a Mercedes, Isuzu

    and Toyotas,

    diesels and gas

    2 wheel and 4 wheel,

    standards and automatics, stake body’s, dumps each with a distinct personality. and behaved differently with each driver. Some were bought new but many were well broken in before they became part of the fleet.

    I learned to drive a truck in a hay field when I was about 12

    but the first truck I owned was a used 1967 3/4 ton international standard without power steering, you needed muscles just to steer the beast.

    I am a woman about to turn 65 and just spent $1,000 to get my 1996 Ford 150 back on the road and also own a 2003 Ford 350 that i bought new and figured it would be the last truck I own.

    Just wanted you to know there are a few women who also have strong

    relationships with their trucks.

    Having a great local mechanic has been key to keeping me and my crews safe as we do our work .

    https://www.rumblestripvermont.com/2014/12/truck/

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  8. 029 - Rollo Tomassi

    This is 2.5 hours of Rollo (https://therationalmale.com/) at his best. We start the show covering the red pill and morality, work our way through male and female sexual strategies, and close out with a big section on red pill parenting.  There is a ton of knowledge packed into this show, one listen probably won’t be enough.  Support The Mark Baxter Podcast on Patreon!  https://www.patreon.com/realmarkbaxter Thank you!

    http://realmarkbaxter.libsyn.com/029-rollo-tomassi

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  9. The Stupidest Thing You Can Do With Your Money - Freakonomics Freakonomics

    http://freakonomics.com/podcast/stupidest-money/

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  10. Adventures in Unschooling & Practiculture - Ben Hewitt #149 — Daniel Vitalis

    Author and practiculturalist Ben Hewitt is back on ReWild Yourself Podcast

    to give us a peek inside his adventures in building a lifestyle living with

    and from the land. Ben resides on a thriving 100-acre homestead in Vermont

    where he and his family explore back-to-the-land living, permaculture

    design, wildcrafting, traditional skills and alternative education paths

    for their two sons. 

    In this episode, Ben shares on the evolution of his family’s personal

    journey as modern homesteaders. We discuss alternative childhood education

    and how his sons’ education paths have evolved in some unexpected

    directions. We also get into the topics of community-based living vs

    self-sufficient living, harvest sharing and how to strike a balance between

    foraging and farming. Ben’s non-dogmatic approach to this lifestyle is

    refreshing, and he has some wonderful insights for those aspiring to build

    their own ReWilded homestead.

    http://www.danielvitalis.com/rewild-yourself-podcast/adventures-in-unschooling-practiculture-ben-hewitt-149

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