In this episode we talk about different types of cognitive bias. Such as the Dunning-Kruger Effect, which explains why someone would think rubbing lemon juice on their face would make them invisible to security cameras.
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In this episode we talk about faith and ask each other questions like: What do you think happens after you die? Are some religions better than others?
In this episode we talk about eating animals. The ethics, environmental issues, health concerns, convenience factors and social dynamics. You won’t find many definitive conclusions in our conversation, but it should get your wheels turning.
We talk about violence and learning to fight, despite the fact that neither of us have been in a fight for at least fifteen years. It’s a bit like listening to LeBron James and Kobe Bryant talk about cricket for two hours.
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“Reacting to our experiences means we make decisions based on what we believe happened yesterday and what we think may happen tomorrow. In contrast, we respond to our experiences when we make choices based on what’s happening right here, right now.”