Ask A Genius 499 – An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (3)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 499 - An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (3) January 9, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Rick Rosner: Trump is a more pure version of the science fiction vision of a vacuous idiot who is completely at the mercy of corrupt interests. He is kind of …

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The Middle-Aged Genius’s Guide to Almost Everything 32 – Things to Marvel at

In-Sight Publishing The Middle-Aged Genius’s Guide to Almost Everything 32 - Things to Marvel at January 8, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let us talk about an axis of utility and futility of theatres. Rick Rosner: You are talking about movie theatres. At the end of Bohemian Rhapsody, it goes to black …

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Ask A Genius 498 – An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (2)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 498 - An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (2) January 8, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Rick Rosner: Bush 43 and Obama were overly killy. Perhaps, to the point, they could be considered war criminals. This may be more from outside the US in terms of …

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Ask A Genius 497 – An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (1)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 497 - An Arena of Art: Decay of Culture, Pretty Killy, and Kinda Corrupt (1) January 7, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let's go with mysteries, problems, or simply anomalies. Rick Rosner: I am going to ask questions that I do not necessarily have the answer to. Is Trump …

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Ask A Genius 496 – Just Throw Common Sense and Math at the Problem

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 496 - Just Throw Common Sense and Math at the Problem January 6, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: From what you're saying, I am seeing a nice primer between folk psychology and psychology, and intuitive physics and physics. Folk psychology as a primer to psychology and intuitive physics …

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Ask A Genius 495 – Newton: Observer and Thinker-Abouter

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 495 - Newton: Observer and Thinker-Abouter January 5, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What about Newton? What about intuitive physics? Rick Rosner: He was a good observer and a good thinker-abouter about things. You would have to be a genius to figure out things that he figured out. For …

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Ask A Genius 494 – Ontological Lower Limits and Upper Limits

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 494 - Ontological Lower Limits and Upper Limits January 4, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is the limit of the knowledge from physics? Rick Rosner: You were talking to a cosmologist who is working towards a theory of multiverses. You were saying that our knowledge is limited in …

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Ask A Genius 493 – Anything Goes Sports

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 493 - Anything Goes Sports January 3, 2019 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Currently, we may want to invert the system in place. Biological male identifying as trans-women and biological female identifying as trans-men.  Where, males as men and trans-women and females as women and trans-men compete with one …

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