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Episode 233: what is hell?

It’s the last Sunday of the month and in this episode we are going to hear a discussion about hell between scientist and author Rupert Sheldrake and psychotherapist and author Mark Vernon. Check out their podcast The Sheldrake–Vernon Dialogues.

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Music featured in this episode:

Jerry Goldsmith

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Episode 171: virtual reality (altered 03)

This is the third episode of my Altered series recorded at the Altered Conference in Berlin.

In this one my guest is Dr. Bryan Duggan from the Dublin Institute of Technology.

Music featured in this episode:

C418

www.c418.org

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Episode 126: dr. bruce damer - part two

This is part two of my talk with Dr. Bruce Damer. Bruce is a multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Currently he collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.

Bruce began his career in the 1980s developing some of the earliest user interfaces for personal computers, led a community in the 1990s bringing the first multi-user virtual worlds to the Internet, and since 2000 supported NASA and the space industry on numerous simulations and spacecraft designs. He has spent 25 years chronicling the history of computing in his DigiBarn Computer Museum and curates archives of counterculture figures such as Dr. Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna and others. 

Music featured in this episode:

McMaNGOS

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Episode 125: dr. bruce damer - part one

This is part one of my talk with Dr. Bruce Damer. Bruce is a multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Currently he collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.

Bruce began his career in the 1980s developing some of the earliest user interfaces for personal computers, led a community in the 1990s bringing the first multi-user virtual worlds to the Internet, and since 2000 supported NASA and the space industry on numerous simulations and spacecraft designs. He has spent 25 years chronicling the history of computing in his DigiBarn Computer Museum and curates archives of counterculture figures such as Dr. Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna and others. 

Music featured in this episode:

Sam Quick

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