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Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

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Deep in the back of your mind, you’ve always had the feeling that there’s something strange about reality. There is. Join Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick as they examine neurological quandaries, cosmic mysteries, evolutionary marvels and our transhuman future.
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Kewin Lewis

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Nov 14th
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my.android. Mfz

so much of pointless talks.. first 10mins into the podcast I've n9t heard anything substantial. may be this episode itself is targeting an ig nobel prize of podcasts.

Nov 9th
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Kai VanderSpøøps

I never thought a twilight zone episode breakdown could make me feel better about flying but here we are! great episode.

Oct 31st
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ObsidianHoax

There are so many insane comparisons to Jesus Christ Edit: Thank you for using "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints" and not mormons. Thanks!

Oct 30th
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Anish Majumdar

All hail the great basilisk

Oct 30th
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Melissa Helger

interesting hope this isnt true but very abnormally not right to a person's personal rights as a individual

Oct 29th
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Lori Cameron

so far I'm liking what I'm listening too but, does the teeth sucking-like sound stop as the podcast has more under its belt?? just curious....

Oct 26th
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Caleb Burgess

Seems improbable that the research never came across Graham Hancock's War God novel series, which envelopes a riveting and historically accurate account of the Euro-colonial interactions with the Mexíca civilization, including their mythological spiritual tenants of the great plumed serpent. Peep this for going further down this particular rabbit hole....

Oct 25th
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lord dracunyan

I surprised they never mentioned the fallout goul a human who has a great amounts of radiation

Oct 15th
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Thomas Clifton

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Oct 8th
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Meenakshi Khatri

About the Indian monkeys, it's totally exaggerated. Makes me question the authenticity of the podcast.

Oct 7th
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Sergioo Sierraa

hahaha they smile and wink ;)

Oct 6th
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Jonathan Arriola

Nice

Oct 2nd
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Mark Mandica

what a pleasure to talk with you both about salamanders and other slimy underdogs

Sep 27th
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Mark Mandica

Rob Hammond thank you! I am glad you liked it

Sep 29th
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Rob Hammond

Mark Mandica great interview

Sep 29th
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Anish Majumdar

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Sep 26th
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Jorel Play

Very well researched and entertaining discussions

Sep 19th
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Kenneth Wagner

subjective observation is a learned skill. objective observation is an inate skill. Plyability in observation is the skill that keeps one alive in combat. i never kicked doors in combat with a preconcieved notion. Yes when your in an active, fluid engagement you have to be able to digest and prioritize the whole of your surroundings in a flash.

Sep 13th
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台金龙

So helpful

Sep 10th
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Deulhadj Ilyas

amazing! I love your podcasts! I learn something new every day and that's amazing! keep going all the very best y'all!

Sep 10th
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XeeleePrime

nice

Aug 31st
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