Why do we have to change the world? Because bad apples exist. In this episode, we examine who they were and what makes them tick and what we can do to repair their cartoon. Enjoy.
As all of the books in the world are digitized into fragile memory bits, we run the risk of losing all history due to the slightest EMP wave washing over a storage facility. In this episode, we analyze the realities and risks of losing published paper in a world where information is coveted by special interest groups. Enjoy.
Our world developed at different paces. How do we protect those who are behind the rest? In this episode, we examine the factors in attempting to balance our overall genetic pool. Enjoy!
When does man say enough is enough? What is that point? In this episode, we examine the many factors that lead to these moments and what we can do about it. Enjoy!
Why are there only ever TWO Mandela Effect results for any one moment? Why not three or more? Why do some effects stick out and other not at all? What if time is entirely organic and the collection of our “consensus” of reality? What if the past was just as malleable as the future? In this episode, we take a deep dive into these questions. Enjoy.
Obeying our own minds is sadly an art these days. In this episode, we examine the many ways that society follows instead of leading. Being overwhelmed by the burdens of existence leaves humanity exhausted to work their mind. Enjoy.
As we cover the theme of controlling the universe, do we have the ability to gain enough faith to directly impact our reality? In this episode, we have a quick discussion about this very idea. Enjoy.
What if the Mandela Effect was real and controlled by the consciousness of man? In this episode, we discuss the many factors that would organically manipulate reality as a hive mind. Enjoy.
Does God visit man on an interval? Let’s discuss.
From 1950 to 1967 a show ran on CBS called What’s My Line? In this show, it is revealed the truth about females in the workplace. For many of us, it was taught that females only recently joined the workplace as a result of the feminist movement of the 1970s. What’s My Line? defies these claims with dozens of incredibly brilliant guests who were their own bosses and equal to their male counterparts. In this episode, we examine the show, how it worked, and why you might find watching it very rewarding on many levels. Enjoy.
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