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Science news and conversations for people who give a sh*t.

The 6-time Webby and Shorty-nominee delivers digestible weekly news updates and deep conversations with the world's smartest people (scientists, doctors, CEO's, farmers, and more!).

Get Action Steps you can take to feel better, and build a better future for everyone.

We're talkin' clean energy and coral reefs, COVID vaccines and pediatric cancer research, clean water and carbon capture tech, asteroid deflection and artificial intelligence ethics.

"A vital service in an era where important truths, outright fiction and mere trivia all compete for your attention.” - Craig Mazin, creator, writer, and executive producer of HBO's Chernobyl

Hosted by Quinn Emmett & Brian Colbert Kennedy
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This week: fossil fuel financing under the microscope, India’s COVID summer, MDMA to the rescue, how to fix our water pipes. https://tim.blog/2021/03/31/psychedelics-101/ (Psychedelics 101: Books, Documentaries, Podcasts, Science, and More – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss) Find links from this newsletter and more at http://importantnotimportant.com/newsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (@importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In Episode 110, Quinn’s talking about the end of the universe. His guest is Sarafina Nance, Ph.D. candidate at Berkeley, astrophysicist, author, and women’s health advocate. She also hosts Constellation, a TV show by Seeker. How the hell is the universe gonna end? Is it soon? What does it mean for each of us? What if it only feeeeeels like the universe is ending? What does that moment teach you? Sarafina’s dedicated her life to studying and understanding the farthest reaches of space -- and our very (very) tiny place in it. And she’s taken that understanding to heart, fighting and surviving in a field of study that doesn’t make a lot of room for women of color, and a personal health battle that couldn’t have come at a worse time. Learn Sarafina’s story, the mental tools she’s used to not only persevere, but flourish, and how to take on the end of the universe, in this incredible conversation. Have feedback or questions? http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Untamed" by Glennon Doyle) https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant) Links: https://starafina.com/ (starafina.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/starstrickensf (@starstrickensf) Twitter: https://twitter.com/starstrickenSF (@starstrickenSF) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarafina-nance-7a5888a0 (linkedin.com/in/sarafina-nance-7a5888a0) Watch: https://starafina.com/constellations (Constellations) https://girlswhocode.com/ (girlswhocode.com) https://thebreasties.org/ (thebreasties.org) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: AI is going backwards; carbon offsets are a mirage; falling birthrates and COVID; the end of malaria?; Jordan’s out of water. Find links from this newsletter and more at http://importantnotimportant.com/newsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (@importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In Episode 109, Quinn & Brian try to help answer the eternal question: What can I do? Our guest is Frank Buncom IV, Head of Product Management at AIRx Health, a ground-breaking digital health and remote monitoring service for patients with chronic conditions and COVID-19. This episode is the first in a series of organic conversations with up-and-coming world changers. Frank is just 24 years old — barely out of college — and already has a passion for solving challenging problems that the world needs solving.  As if revolutionizing healthcare wasn’t enough, Frank’s also working on prison reform, sustainability, and climate change. And he meditates! Jesus, Frank. It’s enough. We talk about what drew him to the healthcare industry, adjusting the systems we build as we collect more data on how they work, and how identifying what you care about is the first step to creating lasting change. Have feedback or questions? http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture") by Roxane Gay https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant) Links: https://frankbun.com/ (frankbun.com) https://www.airxhealth.com/ (airxhealth.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beastnamedfrank/ (@BeastNamedFrank) Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeastNamedFrank (@BeastNamedFrank) Read: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/43124147-the-optimist-s-telescope ("The Optimist's Telescope") by Bina Venkataraman Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: Batteries 101; too many vaccines, not enough takers; new antibiotics, but are they the right ones?; water disputes grow; AI gets the crack down Find links from this newsletter and more at http://importantnotimportant.com/newsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
108. Data for Progress

108. Data for Progress

2021-04-1901:02:27

In Episode 108, Quinn & Brian discuss: Data for progress. Our guest is Julian Brave NoiseCat, the Vice President of Policy & Strategy at Data for Progress, a progressive think tank that uses data science, public opinion research, policy analysis, and other research to develop and advocate for progressive policies.  Julian’s also a writer, artist, activist, and a proud member of the Canim Lake Band Tsq'escen and a descendant of the Lil'Wat Nation of Mount Currie. The name Data for Progress really says it all. It’s a group with a mission for making progress founded on a belief of data. Julian would describe himself as a progressive realist focused on addressing the biggest and broadest challenges of our lifetime with the tool he knows best. Our conversation delves into the ways in which we can add credibility to the data we collect, how to use it to create informed decisions that affect real change, and how data is wholly dependent on the questions that you ask of it. We also discuss the political and voting power of native people in the US and the importance of highlighting native voices in the media. Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (“Lenin’s Tomb” by David Remnick) Links: https://www.julianbravenoisecat.com/ (julianbravenoisecat.com) https://www.dataforprogress.org/ (dataforprogress.org) Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnoisecat (@jnoisecat) | https://twitter.com/dataprogress (@dataprogress) https://www.greennewdealnetwork.org/ (Green New Deal Network) https://www.sunrisemovement.org/ (Sunrise Movement) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: Biden’s climate disclosures; Johnson & Johnson on pause; Odds of being infected post-vaccination; Biotech’s next decade; The EU draws up AI rules… and just in time Find links from this newsletter and more at http://importantnotimportant.com/newsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (@importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In Episode 107, Quinn & Brian discuss: How to buy clothing that lasts while not polluting the oceans or exploiting low-income workers. Our guest is Orsola de Castro, a fashion icon and the founder of Fashion Revolution, a collection of designers, producers, and consumers looking to heighten awareness of sustainability in the fashion industry -- from supporting the people who make our garments, to eliminating the microplastics destroying our oceans, bloodstreams, and hormones. The organization’s hashtag, #WhoMadeMyClothes, has been shared millions of times, and its response, #IMadeYourClothes, has provided invaluable visibility to supply chain workers worldwide. In this inspiring conversation, we talk about the people who make our clothes, what happens once we have them, and where they go when we’re done with them. Orsola also shares why she focuses on changing the world starting with the clothes that we wear, and the actionable questions you can ask your representatives to support this cause. Have feedback or questions? http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp (Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Girl, Woman, Other") by Bernadine Evaristo https://uk.bookshop.org/books/loved-clothes-last-how-the-joy-of-rewearing-and-repairing-your-clothes-can-be-a-revolutionary-act/9780241461150 ("Loved Clothes Last") by Orsola de Castro Links: https://www.fashionrevolution.org/ (fashionrevolution.org) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/orsoladecastro/?hl=en (@orsoladecastro) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fash_rev/ (@fash_rev) Twitter: https://twitter.com/orsoladecastro (@orsoladecastro) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: Climate finance remains unregulated; God vs Vaccines; AI antibiotics are coming; New data on food waste since the 1960s Find links from this newsletter and more at http://importantnotimportant.com/newsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
Synopsis: Starting over sucks. But, like in Contra, maybe starting over is just the thing that’ll save the world. Do Better Better essays help you build mental models and ask questions about our changing world — for yourself, your family, and your business. These essays compliment the audio version of our weekly newsletter, and of course, our ground-breaking conversations with diverse, interdisciplinary humans working on the frontlines of the future. Get these essays, our newsletter, and more science that makes you feel good right in your inbox at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (importantnotimportant.com) Send us feedback at questions@importantnotimportant.com — record a voice memo on your phone and send it in! Follow Quinn on Twitter: @quinnemmett Follow us on Twitter: @importantnotimp Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: http://twitter.com/briancolbertken (twitter.com/briancolbertken) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In Episode 106, Quinn & Brian ask: Why is it so dangerous to have Black babies in America? Our guest is Congresswoman Lauren Underwood,  the millenial Black nurse and former senior adviser to President Obama. Her “Momnibus Act” is a suite of 12 bills designed to improve Black maternal health outcomes in America, where Black women are dying in or after childbirth at 3x-4x rates of white women. In this incredible conversation, Rep. Underwood goes deep to help us understand the complexities of the problem, the crushing personal inspiration for her work, and what we can all do to help. Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant) Links: https://underwood.house.gov/ (underwood.house.gov) Twitter: https://twitter.com/RepUnderwood (@RepUnderwood) https://blackmaternalhealthcaucus-underwood.house.gov/Momnibus (Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: http://twitter.com/briancolbertken (twitter.com/briancolbertken) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: Biden’s plan, explained; financial climate risk, uncovered; at-home COVID tests, approved; pesticide poisonings, revealed Find links from this newsletter and more at https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimportantnotimportant.com%2Fnewsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
Hi. Hello. Americans are leaving their living rooms again, which means we’re shooting people again, too. As such, we’re re-running our conversation with Fred Guttenberg, father of Parkland victim, Jaime Guttenberg. We need to break the fucking gun lobby, so we’ll just keep replaying this must-listen episode until we do. In Episode 98, Quinn & Brian discuss: common sense solutions to prevent gun deaths and destroy the gun lobby. Our guest is: Fred Guttenberg, a gun safety activist and political troublemaker.  Support this podcast
This week: The Western drought grows; China’s vaccine exports; menthol cigarettes on the run; bacon and Alzheimer’s; croissants and cancer. Find links from this newsletter and more at https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimportantnotimportant.com%2Fnewsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In Episode 105, Quinn & Brian ask: How safe is your data (and can your wine fridge take down democracy)? Our guest is: Dr. Carissa Véliz, an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Institute for Ethics in AI, and a Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy at Hertford College at Oxford University.  If she sounds kind of awesome, that’s because she is. So, what role does your phone, computer, wine fridge, smart toothbrush, and fun color-changing ceiling lights have to play in taking down — or saving — democracy, and maybe the planet too? Well, Dr. Véliz recently published https://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/article/privacy-power-new-book-carissa-veliz#:~:text=%27%27PRIVACY%20IS%20POWER%27%27%20-%20A%20new%20book%20from,Ethics%20in%20AI%20at%20the%20University%20of%20Oxford. (“Privacy is Power,”) in which she argues that the data economy is too dangerous to sustain. And although we may not be paying money for some of the incredible services that are built on top of our data, like Google Maps or Facebook, we are going to pay in the long run if we keep opting into the surveillance state. Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Mindf*ck: Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America") by Christopher Wylie https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (“Permanent Record”) by Edward Snowden Links: https://www.carissaveliz.com/ (Carissaveliz.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarissaVeliz (@CarissaVeliz) https://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/article/privacy-power-new-book-carissa-veliz#:~:text=%27%27PRIVACY%20IS%20POWER%27%27%20-%20A%20new%20book%20from,Ethics%20in%20AI%20at%20the%20University%20of%20Oxford. (“Privacy is Power”) https://www.technologyreview.com/2021/03/11/1020600/facebook-responsible-ai-misinformation/ (“How Facebook got addicted to spreading misinformation”) https://duckduckgo.com/ (Duck Duck Go) https://protonmail.com/ (ProtonMail) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: http://twitter.com/briancolbertken (twitter.com/briancolbertken) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In brief: The most powerful Joe; when you’re really clear on COVID; Black maternal outcomes; how to understand the AI internal war Find links from this newsletter and more at https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimportantnotimportant.com%2Fnewsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
 In Episode 104, Quinn & Brian discuss: the future of data and medicine. Our guests are: Robel Kassa & Dr. Sam Scarpino, two of the brilliant minds behind Global.Health, which is setting a new standard for epidemiological data. https://global.health/ (Global.Health) is the first of its kind: an easy-to-use global data repository and visualization platform that enables open access to real-time epidemiological anonymized line-list data, including a COVID-19 dataset that contains detailed information on over five million anonymized cases from over 100 countries. But this isn’t our first brush with Big Data, and we’ve seen how data can be used to cause material harm, both indirectly and directly. So, can we trust a platform that is trying to aggregate and anonymize all of the world’s health records around COVID? What are we sacrificing by allowing this data to be collected? And will creating such a platform help us predict or prevent another surprise pandemic in the future? We’re trying to wrap our heads around all of that and why the people building the platform are just as important as the data collected, possibly including yours. Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous") by Ocean Vuong https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Pachinko") by Min Jin Lee Links: https://global.health/ (Global.Health) https://www.dataforprogress.org/ (dataforprogress.org) Donate to diaper relief: http://importantnotimportant.com/diapers (importantnotimportant.com/diapers) Dr. Scarpino on Twitter: https://twitter.com/svscarpino (@svscarpino) Robel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawbubble (@rawbubble) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: http://twitter.com/briancolbertken (twitter.com/briancolbertken) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
In brief: Batteries are cheaper and increasingly everywhere; the best COVID treatments; a possible opioid alternative; cabbage is off the menu Find links from this newsletter and more at https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimportantnotimportant.com%2Fnewsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at questions@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
#103: Black Hearts Matter

#103: Black Hearts Matter

2021-03-0801:24:59

In Episode 103, Quinn & Brian ask: Why do so many more Black people die after heart transplants than everybody else? Our guests are: Dr. Hasina Maredia and Dr. Errol Bush, who recently published a paper in the American Heart Association’s journal, “Circulation: Heart Failure.” https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/CIRCHEARTFAILURE.119.006107 (Their paper) concludes that “young Black recipients have a high risk of mortality in the first year after heart transplant, which has been masked in decades of research looking at disparities in aggregate.” Sorry for the spoilers, but that’s really just the beginning. The decades of systemic failures that allowed this to happen — and, most importantly, the steps we can take right now to improve these wildly disparate healthcare outcomes for young Black people — are the real meat of this story, told by two incredibly inspiring people. Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to questions@importantnotimportant.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("Black Men In White Coats: 100 Rules for Success!") by Dr. Dale Okorodudu https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant ("The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks") by Rebecca Skloot Links: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/CIRCHEARTFAILURE.119.006107 ("Better Understanding the Disparity Associated With Black Race in Heart Transplant Outcomes") https://www.blackmeninwhitecoats.org/ (Black Men in White Coats) https://www.heart.org/ (American Heart Association) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: http://twitter.com/briancolbertken (twitter.com/briancolbertken) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
This week: Miami kicks the can down the road, relief for farmworkers, poor Twitter, how not to waste food, how not to do ethical A.I. Find links from this newsletter and more at https://slack-redir.net/link?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimportantnotimportant.com%2Fnewsletter (importantnotimportant.com/newsletter) Got feedback? Email us at funtalk@importantnotimportant.com Follow us on Twitter athttps://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( @importantnotimp) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
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Happy⚛️Heritic

great podcast! thank you

Sep 23rd
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Nat

Why spray food with stuff and ship it around the world when there are ways to grow and sell locally? Why not develop research to help farmers in harsh climates instead?

Nov 29th
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Charles Matthew Miller

Begs the question can we speed this process up?

Sep 15th
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Charles Matthew Miller

Terrified by what passes as truth..

Sep 15th
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