Welcome back to Third Eye Weekly. On this podcast we try and answer the big questions with intimate, personal narratives that give insight into the human experience that others might over-look.
It’s my last episode hosting Third Eye Weekly, and it’s been one long, strange, and beautiful trip. To highlight this, I’ve culled together a “best-of” compilation of my favorite interviews from over the years.
This includes Malcolm Gladwell, an English-born Canadian journalist, author, and speaker who has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996, Jonathon Keats–a San Francisco-based experimental philosopher who has, over the years, sold real estate in the extra dimensions of space-time proposed by string theory (he sold a hundred and seventy-two extra-dimensional lots in the Bay Area in a single day). He also made an attempt to genetically engineer God (God turns out to be related to the cyanobacterium); and copyrighted his own mind (in order to get a 70-year post-life extension).
Lastly, we’ll feature an interview with Neil Harbisson, a real life cyborg, who had an antennae installed onto his brain to hear colors.
Fare thee well!
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