This one gets us back on schedule, and we start to amp things up to another level.
Our point of departure is the reflections of Nobel prize winning chemist Richard Smalley, and how he thought we could save the world, and how he ultimately couldn’t get any farther than the human mind.
We also talk a bit about how science and philosophy are the world’s religion, and we start to talk about why that’s a good thing, or at least, the seed of a good thing, as we probe ever deeper into the nature of our only real problem.
Podcast page HERE
Direct download: tps2.FTS.mp3
apologies for the lousy sound quality at certain points. I’ve been experimenting with different ways to fix the peculiarities that plagued my older recordings, but the cure seems to be worse than the disease. the succeeding ones will be better.