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In this episode we sit down with Greg Satell, a communication expert whose book, Cascades, details how rapid, widespread change can sweep across groups of people big and small, and how understanding the psychological mechanisms at play in such moment... more
In this episode Jesse Richardson tells us all about ConspiracyTest.org, a new project designed to be a weird, fun, and cleverly educational way to explore just how skeptical you are (and could be) about a variety of conspiracy theories. The whole thi... more
I recently sat down for a live event and Q&A with the great Annie Duke to discuss her new book, Quit: The power of knowing when to walk away. This episode is the audio from that event. Quit is all about how to develop a very particular skill: how to ... more
This used to be one of my favorite podcasts. But then Floydapalooza/Summer of Hate 2020 happened and suddenly McRaney abandoned all pretense of objectivity & logical consistency in favor of blatant Leftist bias and propaganda. And the show has gone down the crapper ever since. more
Super interesting and insightful.
This podcast is excellent. I've been listening for many years, but recently started listening through the whole catalogue. I love how curious and humble and kind David (the host) is!
This podcast likes to make claims on how the way other people think (pick your group) is wrong and that they don’t do research in an unbiased matter, while then spewing out opinions that are not proven or backed by facts or studies. Even some of the joke fringe groups they go after are more unbiased than this. I tried to give it a chance through multiple episodes since my homie recommended this, but you literally have to shut your brain off to not see holes.
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You Are Not So Smart launched 12 years ago and published 271 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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