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Podcasts about the mind, the obscure, and the unseen.

Qwerky Science Gaige Clark

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Podcasts about the mind, the obscure, and the unseen.

    20. A Psychedelic Experience

    20. A Psychedelic Experience

    The more I gazed into the perceptual world of the present moment, the more lost I became. Everything enhanced and started to feel surreal and exotic. It was the feeling that my senses buzzed louder and louder, until vividity.

    The described experience:
    https://mad.science.blog/2020/02/08/shamanism/

    • 45 min
    19. Manic Theory w/ Jeremy Hadfield

    19. Manic Theory w/ Jeremy Hadfield

    Had an amazing discussion with the wonderful Jeremy Hadfield. Bipolar disorder is discussed as an evolutionary adaptation that benefits the group, playing the role of the 'shaman' who can break from the cultural norms and help define new social rules. The lack of aversion may help these individuals oppose social norms and allow divergent thoughts that oppose the consensus. We attempt to elaborate on, define, and understand the manic condition. Jeremy has very interesting perspectives on human history, bipolar disorder, and philosophy.

    Special thanks to the two patrons, Abhishaike Mahajan and Charles Wright! Another thanks to Chris who made this project possible. Abhi is also the artist who created the cover image for Most Relevant. Please support him on instagram, he is an amazing artist!

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    • 1 hr 33 min
    18. Psychedelics, Madness, and Mechanisms

    18. Psychedelics, Madness, and Mechanisms

    We cover the literature on psychedelics and mental health, psychedelics as a potential treatment for schizophrenia (only lightly covered, see the blog post for the entire argument), and a rambling of ideas pertaining to these topics. For the citations, check out the post titled Psychedelics and Schizophrenia, linked below.

    Special thanks to the two patrons, Abhishaike Mahajan and Charles Wright! Abhi is also the artist who created the cover image for Most Relevant. Please support him on instagram, he is an amazing artist!

    Psychedelics and Schizophrenia:
    https://mad.science.blog/2019/10/12/psychedelics-and-schizophrenia/

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    Read Cognitive Atomization here:
    https://mad.science.blog/2020/02/28/cognitive-atomization/

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    • 2 hr 2 min
    17. Neural Atomization Feat. Qualia Computing's Andres Emilsson

    17. Neural Atomization Feat. Qualia Computing's Andres Emilsson

    A special guest appears for the first episode of the season! Andres Emilsson from QRI and Qualia Computing has graced us with some epic discussion. We explore the Neural Annealing concept and how Cognitive Atomization fits in as well as discussion of human development, perception, evolution, psychedelics, ketamine, and more. The conversation was one of the most interesting I've had in a while. Hope you enjoy!

    Special thanks to the two patrons, Abhishaike Mahajan and Charles Wright! Abhi is also the artist who created the cover image for Most Relevant. Please support him on instagram, he is an amazing artist!

    https://www.instagram.com/abuuty.art/

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    Read Cognitive Atomization here:
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    • 2 hr 42 min
    16. Mass Psychosis

    16. Mass Psychosis

    I am conflicted on whether I think society is getting crazier or if a lot of suppressed thinkers have more collective influence because of the geographical limitations of society being lifted by the internet. I am going to post this anyway, its possible that both of these narratives are true at the same time as well.

    Beware, the audio is poorly mixed i have to work but ill chabge the audio whej i get home


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    • 38 min
    15. Trauma Theory

    15. Trauma Theory

    I believe psychedelics could heal schizophrenia, but it highly depends on the context of the situation. I also believe most cases of schizophrenia are really a response to trauma and negative experience.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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