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The Weird and the Weary

Aug 20, 2019

Humans and violence are akin to air and lungs; there seems to be no way to really be able to separate the two. Whether it is due to various jealousies or envies, it matters not. Violence seems to be stitched in our DNA and sometimes people have no choice but to give in. But there are alternatives, no? This week we talk...


Aug 13, 2019

Nature is an incredible gift that needs to be respected and paid attention to. It feeds us, provides us with light, gives us direction, yet also can kill us, freeze us, heat us up, and maybe one day, shake us off like fleas off a dog. But we're not on a round, flat disc supported by huge elephants on the back of...


Aug 6, 2019

Doomsayers. Naysayers. Scientists. Deniers. These are contrasts in the types of people who believe that climate change is real and others who do not. We pump so many carbons and greenhouse gasses into the air, mistreat the planet like a landfill, and fight over resources that we are dangerously using up at an...


Jul 30, 2019

Evolution dictates that for life to progress, changes must be made. Whether they are small or large, it does not matter, what matters is that life is capable of growing, flourishing, and adapting to the changes that occur by nature or by humankind's hand. In this week's episode, we touch on a taboo subject that...


Jul 23, 2019

Russia. May 1933. Thousands of Russians were arrested for being caught without their passports (some were just outside smoking) and sent to large transit camps that were becoming more and more crowded. Stalin had approximately 6000 "criminals"  hauled off on a barge to Nazino Island, a swampy area in Siberia that...