An interesting pattern recurs across the career of great scientists: an annus mirabilis (miracle year) in which they make multiple, seemingly independent breakthroughs in the span of a single year or two. Einstein had his annus mirabilis in 1905. While he was still a patent…
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31 Agustin Lebron - Trading, Crypto, and Adverse SelectionListen now | Agustin Lebron is a man of many talents. After working for many years as an engineer, he became a trader and researcher at the height of…
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Luke Burgis - Mimesis, Scapegoats, and RevolutionsListen now | Luke Burgis has co-created and led four companies in wellness, consumer products, and technology. He’s currently Entrepreneur-in-Residence…
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Visakan Veerasamy - Singapore, Talent, & HistoryListen now | Visakan Virasamy is an eccentric Singaporean who weaves together of sparkling web of insight, wit, and positivity throughout the world of…
Ananyo Bhattacharya - John von Neumann, Jewish Genius, and Nuclear WarListen now | Ananyo Bhattacharya is the author of The Man from the Future: The Visionary Life of John von Neumann. He is a science writer who has worked…
Stephen Grugett (Manifold Markets Founder) - Predictions Markets & Better GovernanceListen now (51 min) | Stephen Grugett is a cofounder of Manifold Markets, where anyone can create a prediction market. We discuss how predictions…
26: Pradyu Prasad - Imperial Japan, the God Emperor, and Militarization in the Modern WorldListen now (99 min) | Today I talk to Pradyu Prasad (blogger and podcaster) about the book "Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan" by Herbert P. Bix…
Girard at Jamestown, VC bubbles, Elon’s ambition, big tech R&D as F1 cars, med-school mania, and the entrepreneurial middle class.
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