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What’s Your Theory is looking for good ideas about how the world works. Science, spirituality, politics, culture… no topic is off limits as long as there is an interesting theory behind it. Are human beings only flesh and blood? Do we live, die... and that’s it? What is consciousness? What is the soul? How did we get here? What are we supposed to be doing here? Is life a school? A prison? A particularly awesome vacation spot? Is anybody actually driving this boat? Why can’t science and spirituality get along...? Stephen T. Harper is the author of the Kings X Saga, a series of novels blending world history and contemporary fantasy to imagine the single greatest conspiracy of all time - the only conspiracy, the ancient and ongoing work to prevent you from knowing who and what you truly are - eternal beings with a forgotten and carefully hidden past. His work as a story-teller brings up a lot of questions. This podcast is his chance to ask and discuss them all with very smart and interesting people.

What's Your Theory? What's Your Theory?

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What’s Your Theory is looking for good ideas about how the world works. Science, spirituality, politics, culture… no topic is off limits as long as there is an interesting theory behind it. Are human beings only flesh and blood? Do we live, die... and that’s it? What is consciousness? What is the soul? How did we get here? What are we supposed to be doing here? Is life a school? A prison? A particularly awesome vacation spot? Is anybody actually driving this boat? Why can’t science and spirituality get along...? Stephen T. Harper is the author of the Kings X Saga, a series of novels blending world history and contemporary fantasy to imagine the single greatest conspiracy of all time - the only conspiracy, the ancient and ongoing work to prevent you from knowing who and what you truly are - eternal beings with a forgotten and carefully hidden past. His work as a story-teller brings up a lot of questions. This podcast is his chance to ask and discuss them all with very smart and interesting people.

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