The Podcast

November 26, 2021 Genome Chaos: Henry Heng delivers where Charles Darwin fell short
It is seldom mentioned that Charles Darwin's Origin of Species failed to deliver what the title promised. The mechanisms in his book only deliver microevolution but not macroevolution. Henry Heng discovered a major puzzle piece in his study of cancer and it's called "Genome Chaos". Rafe Furst, a longtime collaborator of Henry's,...
November 24, 2021 What Exactly is Cancer Anyway?
Doru Paul of Cornell University is one of those very rare people who has both treated over 10,000 cancer patients as their doctor and simultaneously holds a kaleidoscopic view of a huge range of research, theories, and literature. Today we talk about the many competing models and their pros and...
September 21, 2021 Quantum Entanglement, Psychic Phenomena and Consciousness
Psychic phenomena have been meticulously documented in hundreds of controlled studies since the 1980s. Mainstream science publications resist acknowledging this but the quality and quantity of evidence is overwhelming. Dean Radin, who has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in Psychology, began discovering this decades ago and...
September 21, 2021 An Invisible World Buzzing with Communication and Excitement: Jon Lieff, MD
There are very very few people who can slice through the jargon of molecular biology and explain how cells talk to each other in a way that a high school student can understand. But Jon Lieff has done exactly that and his book, NAME, is a guided tour of a...
September 17, 2021 Rethinking Cancer with Bernhard Strauss
A new book by MIT Press stresses the urgency of approaching cancer from new angles. Some are completely new. Others are 100 years old and never given the attention they deserve. Bernhard and I discuss his motivations for taking on this project and how complex systems are much more subtle...
September 15, 2021 Chemo was like pouring bleach into my veins
Jenny Davis is a professional athlete from Scotland who found out she had bowel cancer 9 months ago. She tells her very personal story of chemotherapy treatments, introspection, detox, and our broken medical system.   https://www.jennydavis.org/  https://meganmacedo.com/
August 18, 2021 Siri is not going to wake up any time soon John Sonmez of Bulldog Mindset Talks with Perry Marshall about…Biology: John Sonmez of Bulldog Mindset Talks with Perry Marshall about…Biology
John Sonmez interviews Perry Marshall and they discuss why it’s impossible for computers in their current form to become conscious; how modern mathematics speaks in a new way to age-old questions about free will; the nature of consciousness; the origin of life and the very nature of reality itself. All...
July 19, 2021 Viruses, and What Rich Jacobs Discovered From Interviewing 3,000 Experts
Rich Jacobs indulged his fascination with technology by starting a podcast called Finding Genius. He didn’t know that it would end up taking him into hundreds of specialties in science, technology, and medicine. His book titled Finding Genius: Understanding Viruses: 30 Questions, 25 Geniuses, 100 Amazing Insights is a beautifully...
July 9, 2021 Childhood Trauma Causes Cancer; Therapy and Relationships Heal
Eric Kuelker Ph.D. R.Psych. discusses reliable but little-known research linking cancer and heart disease to traumatic life events and stress. It turns out that psychotherapy and relationship repair reduces the chances of cancer and factors like marriage extend life more than medical treatments do. This may extend it down to...
June 15, 2021 Hear the Incredible Rob Berkley : His final interview
Rob Berkley left this earth in December 2019 as a result of cancer. 58. Rob was THE most empathic and warm-hearted individual in the entire marketing space (I’m not exaggerating). When you would sit down with him you would feel his warmth focusing on you like an infrared heat lamp....
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