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A conversational podcast for the less hardcore rationalist, who wants to level-up their rational skills while having fun.

The Bayesian Conspirac‪y‬ The Bayesian Conspiracy

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    • 4.7 • 38 Ratings

A conversational podcast for the less hardcore rationalist, who wants to level-up their rational skills while having fun.

    131 – Feedback Grab Bag

    131 – Feedback Grab Bag

    We catch up on some feedback and address a handful of items that have been banging around. “We Change Our Minds Less Often Than We Think” How to eat nature balls (The Universal Edibility Test) Martyr Made podcast The Mind … Continue reading →

    • 2 hr 9 min
    130 – The Cause of the Hate Revolution (or: Hate is the New Sex)

    130 – The Cause of the Hate Revolution (or: Hate is the New Sex)

    2/3rds of the Conspiracy discusses “Hate is the New Sex” What You Can’t Say, by Paul Graham – audio at Second Ennumerations Scissor’s Statements coined at SSC post “Sort By Controvertial” Bird’s Aren’t Real The Metropolitan Man (and We Want … Continue reading →

    • 2 hr 15 min
    129 – Sympathy For The Devil

    129 – Sympathy For The Devil

    We talk with Lucien Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple. We discuss seperation of church & state, abortion rights, and the value of federal religious recognition. Baphomet Satanic Aborition Ritual Grey Faction  Find a local chapter That old article about … Continue reading →

    • 2 hr 21 min
    128 – The Q-Coup

    128 – The Q-Coup

    We had a topic for this week, but it was prempted by the spectacle of a headlong collision between a delusional mob and harsh reality. Footage from inside the mob as it storms the capital building Riot timeline The Hodge … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 59 min
    127 – All About Aging with Richard Acton

    127 – All About Aging with Richard Acton

    Richard Acton answered our plea for an expert in the field of aging science! He’s Post-doctoral researcher and bioinformatician at CECAD, A Cluster of Excellence Aging research institute at the University of Cologne. His PhD work focused on the Epigenetics of … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 55 min
    126 – LessWrong 2.0 and Books

    126 – LessWrong 2.0 and Books

    The conspirators are joined by Ben and Oliver from the LessWrong team. In addition to standing up a new and improved platform for LessWrong and revitalizing the community, they’ve compiled about 40 posts from 2018 and put them in physical … Continue reading →

    • 2 hr 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

ChinaTim ,

Good podcast

I greatly enjoy this podcast. I liken it to being invited to listen in on a conversation between friends concerning the application of rational thinking to a variety of interesting topics. It can meander at times, but so do conversations. BTW, welcome to the podcast Jess. I appreciate your contributions.

WingsOnTheBus ,

Unadulterated ingroup fun

If, like jagskajouska and myself, you live in the middle of nowhere but need rationalist discourse in your life, this podcast will create utility for you. Eneasz and Steven and their guests are also upbeat and interesting and generally fun to listen to as they ease you into topics you’d heard about but were too afraid to go digging around in. Also may introduce you to slatestarcodex and giving what we can and make you a generally better person. (these are all things that happened to me, at least)

happycamper666_ ,

Interesting and fun to listen to!

Just found this podcast a few weeks ago and I really like the various topics they touch on. I would like to consider myself a rationalist, but far from expert, and enjoy listening to their ideas and opinions! Their conversations are funny and approachable and I appreciate the links and info they provide on their website and subreddit.

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