Mathematician Tao Gaede is joined by true-to-life scientists Tyler J Wenzel and Gunnar Leitner. Together, they monitor the discussions of their highly intellectual monkeys, and release the recordings for your pleasure. Infinite Monkeys aims to make everyone the best human they can be. We all have opinions on what is considered true or morally right. This podcast is a safe place to discuss topics, and see if our initial opinions hold up to scrutiny. You will definitely learn some cool science along the way. So, give us a listen, you might just learn something. For example, what exactly would happen if an infinite amount of monkeys spontaneously came into existence?
Are chefs used car salesmen?
The bloody weather again.
Gunnar cooks professionally as meat engine with guanciale. Tyler gets ignored. Chefs are sleezy used car salesmen who add value to meats by cutting them to pieces like the property brothers on love it or list it.
MAGNITUDINALLY BETTER cooking tips with Gunnar who HATES tomatoes.
The GOD frequency and PURE music.
Gunnar teaches us about Buddhist and christian music traditions. Healing crystal music and religious discrimination. Tyler still gets ignored, and 6 dimensional music.
Exciting technical difficulty that made it into the final cut where Tao artfully, clearly, and concisely expounds SECRET music EXPERT insights.
Tyler stops being ignored and becomes a BAKER to avoid declaring bankruptcy. Sourdough bread should KILL US ALL.
Tao hates nice things and is an unknowing car bigot.
Scientist chef, Gunnar Leitner, suggests eating moldy bread, and instructs the monkeys on the health benefits of botulism.
Fromage connoisseur tip EXPLAINED: Slaughtering baby goats is a reliable means to finding quality cheeses.
Rotten cabbage evolutionary innovations > economically viable electric cars and controlled fusion.
Gunnar's SCIENTIFIC dog cereal with 20% rotten science milk TM. Buy his upcoming SCIENTIFIC cookbook to learn more.
Ducks die from bread, but Tyler won't go bankrupt because ducks don't BUY bread, human's do, but humans put the bread in the milk to get it soggy for 3 hours - PARISIAN dog le chien oui/non bibliothèque bonjour.
Feeding your dogs EXPLAINED: put a smile on your dog's face, feed it science milk bread in cereal.
GODS HAVE NO EMOTION, but Gunnar's dog is a genuinely happy boy.
Pet food conspiracies: Pigeons and old people have a deep connection (unity through opposites Heraclitus style) through bread.
Komodo dragons are DEATH.
Simple microtone sampler by Michael Dean (Just Intonation vst):
Planets piano video:
Infinite Monkeys FASHION (we all SUPPORT this (not sponsored, we just love the products)):
Heraclitus (ignore the relativist and flux interpretations of his work - they're b******t):
Heraclitus basically anticipated Group Theory 2300 years before it emerged in 1800s:
Essential coronavirus misinformation
ESSENTIAL CORONAVIRUS MISINFORMATION. CORONAVIRUS specs into evolutionary lethality skill tree. ETHANOL YOUR DRIVEWAY. Dragonball Z Canadian public health with PhD twitter follower, Tyler J. Wenzel. Tao uses morbid mathematics to show that everyone will die. Gunnar discusses Venusian aerial civil engineering, "not that hard." Space orgies.
Space economics of oxygen and Nickolas Cage smuggling. STONKS. Butt face genetics and 3D printed blank slate face surgery. HELTH. Visionary Ruso-canine amputation studies in videogame decapitation easter eggs. CERUBUS. China CRISPR Area 51 charge with Alex Jones. EXTRATRESTIEL.
Coronavirus and Nick Cage
Today on the podcast, the monkeys chat coronavirus and colonizing space. Tao tells us about some neat space science and how he thinks an interplanetary trade network would work and Gunnar applies some Nick Cage wisdom.
Trash heaps, trains and masturbation
The robots tried to sabotage our transmission this week, but we hope you enjoy this week’s cast despite the slightly garbled audio. This week we discuss our entire gamut of feelings: (1) Tyler has a stuttering issue, (2) scientists should not try discover what makes humans universally happy, and (3) everything is art.
A social experiment for your lonely accomplishment
After some ice-breaking conversation, Tyler jumps into a spontaneous social experiment with the other monkeys. A series of questions to show how subconsciously reluctant they are to share what makes them feel really good about themselves. If you want to follow along, pause after each question, and then messages us your experience.
We apologize for the audio quality of Tao; we had some technical malfunctions. However, the experiment in the last half of this podcast was too good to hide away.
Non-linear criminal justice, a billion dollar business idea, and vaping science
This week is a smorgasbord of topics, jam packed with fun science and questionably great ideas. What would the criminal justice system look like in an era of time travel? How can YOU make a billion dollars right now?! WHY ARE VAPES KILLING THE CHILDREN? All these questions and more will be answered by three highly intelligent monkeys.
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Great podcast that gets you thinking about your own stance on morally charged topics and no topic is too controversial for discussion. Love the concept as well, in a time where people are so easily offended and outraged, a place to safely explore different concepts, ideas, beliefs etc. is needed now more than ever. Looking forward to more episodes!
From serious to silly at a moments notice
This podcast makes me think about my own values and morals, but it also then randomly drops some cool science on my head like how the colours change at high speeds.