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Art and philosophy for an age of accelerating weirdness! Join paleontologist-futurist Michael Garfield and an avalanche of amazing guests for deep but irreverent discussions at the edge of the known and knowable: on science and the philosophy of it, prehistory and post-humanity and deep time, non-human agency and non-duality, science fiction and self-fulfilling prophecies, complex systems and sustainability (or lack thereof), psychedelics as a form of training for proliferating futures, art ...
 
Fossil Bonanza focuses on amazing fossil sites from around the world called Fossil-Lagerstätten. Each episode will focus on a fantastic fossil site like La Brea Tar Pits or Naracoorte Caves. We will discover amazing fossils, reconstruct ancient ecosystems, and learn the hidden truths about our ancient world.
 
Fossil Free Now follows the campaign of Fossil Free Glasgow, a group of volunteers organising for the Glasgow City council to renounce to its investments in the fossil fuel industry. This podcast series will discuss the blocks in our current systems that prevent us from meaningfully addressing the threat of climate breakdown, but also what a society freed from fossil fuels would look like. Find us on twitter @FF_Glasgow
 
Hi! I'm Christine Pechstein, an undiagnosed Chronic Disease Life Management Engineer. My new title of purpose! I've been living with a mystery disease for close to a decade now. I almost quit everything as my life changed. But as a former Author, Speaker, Life Management Educator -the list went on- I wondered . . . how do I survive and thrive with my new normal? My AHA moment: Undiagnosed disease and disability teach me to create a life built upon extreme prioritizing, minimizing tasks, find ...
 
A series on the fossils that make up the Primate Fossil Record. The first primate-like mammals, or proto-primates click this icon to hear the preceding term pronounced, evolved in the early Paleocene Epoch (65.5-55.8 million years ago) at the beginning of the Cenozoic Era. They were roughly similar to squirrels and tree shrews in size and appearance. The existing, very fragmentary fossil evidence (from Asia, Europe, North Africa, and especially Western North America) suggests that they were ...
 
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February 2008 Playlist: The Raveonettes - Dead Sound Bob Mould - Stupid Now The Kills - Getting Down Jane Vain & The Dark Matter - I'm So Afraid Constantines - Credit River Black Mountain - Stay Free Plants And Animals - Mercy Bon Iver - For Emma Magnetic Fields - California Girls Vampire Weekend - Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa Blaze X - Lost Along The Wa…
 
August 2006 Playlist: Yo La Tengo - Bean Bag Chair The Walkmen - Lost In Boston Thom Yorke - Analyse Chad VanGaalen - Sing Me 2 Sleep The Dudes - They're A Comin Peaches - Downtown Kinnie Starr - Anything Lambchop - The Rise And Fall Of The Letter P Sufjan Stevens - The Mistress Witch From McClure (or, The Mind That Knows Itself) Human Television -…
 
Best Of 2021 Playlist: Chad VanGaalen - Nightmare Scenario Ohama - Ring Of Fire Cardiograms - Cardiac Arrested Dark Time - Radiation Astral Swans - More Nothing Than Something Various Artists, Sender - See You There Art Bergmann - Your Second Amendment Motorists - Vainglorious Kiwi Jr. - Cooler Returns DUCKS LTD. - 18 Cigarettes Bad Waitress - Stra…
 
January 2004 Playlist: Shins - So Says I The Strokes - 12:51 Sun Kil Moon - Carry Me Ohio Chad VanGaalen - Clinically Dead Jim Guthrie - Problems With Solutions Unicorns - I Was Born (A Unicorn) The Barmitzvah Brothers - Little Bird Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Redemption Song Cracker - Sinaloa Cowboys Paul Westerberg - These Days Martha & The M…
 
This week on Future Fossils, metamodern magick ritual artist, yogini, songwriter, and delicious weirdo Scout-Lieder Wiley and I ask: “How are you supposed to repair the darkness if you don’t own the darkness?” And we have much fun and profound exploration besides, into the performance of expertise, the virtue of naïveté, integral theory without the…
 
January 2002 Playlist: New Order - 60 Miles An Hour Les Savy Fav - Disco Drive Le Tigre - Deceptacon Belvedere - Two Minutes For Looking So Good The Corta Vita - Non, Je Ne Suis Pas Desole Rheostatics - P.I.N. Hayden - Carried Away Death Cab For Cutie - A Movie Script Ending Pulp - Bad Cover Version Starsailor - Lullaby CIVIC TV - Black Moon ACTORS…
 
The longest-incubated episode of Future Fossils ever! "Vanthropologist" Chris Ryan and I discuss his book, Civilized To Death: The Price of Progress, and the conflict between human beings and our institutions. What is the bright side of collapse? What syntheses of wilderness and culture can we foster in the years to come? This was a blast... ✨ Hous…
 
Last autumn, as part of the Complexity Weekend hackathon, I hosted a live panel discussion with four unique and fascinating minds. We discussed archaeoacoustic design as a form of extended cognition, the continuity between the ancient and postmodern worlds, biomimicry, and many more interesting threads at the intersection of complex systems researc…
 
Working as geologists during the glory days of the big mining houses.Guests: Richard Viljoen, Frank Gregory, Ron Hieber, Phil Bentley, Roy Corrans.In this episode our five distinguished geological legends talk to hosts Noleen and Sifiso about their time working for the big mining houses.We explore the internal working of these companies and aspects…
 
This week, in a powerful panel discussion at the Psilocybin Summit, we reflect on the lessons of magic mushrooms with three of the smartest, wisest trippers I’ve ever met: Penn State author and English professor Richard Doyle, Inner Traditions author and mythologist Sophie Strand, and Imperial College London ecologist and psychedelics researcher Sa…
 
This week I talk to philosopher C. Thi Nguyen (objectionable.net | @add_hawk) of the University of Utah, author of Games: Agency as Art and many fascinating papers on social knowledge and the psychology of games, transparency in society, and the philosophy of science — the very philosophical concerns with which I’m obsessed and to which I have devo…
 
This week we're joined by robotics engineer, electronic music producer, and Future Fossils co-founder Evan “Skytree” Snyder — who has recently been asked to help design the sounds made by the next wave of Amazon warehouse robots. In this first part of our discussion, we explore the evolutionary and psychological considerations for designing human-c…
 
Welcome to fossils by firelight - a series of conversations with South Africa's geological legends where they unearth their discoveries, their learnings, memories, interesting stories (and maybe a few tall tales) to chronicle our history and inspire the next generation of geological heroes.Solid Gold Podcasts #BeHeard tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This week I commune with psychedelic integration counselor Daniel ‘Sitaram Das’ Shankin, founder of Tam Integration and The Psilocybin Summit, in a soulful conversation on grace versus good works, taking multiple perspectives, being the kindest version of yourself (rather than the smartest), belief systems as spirit possessions, his journey from yo…
 
This week’s guest is one of my favorite discoveries of the last few years, and someone I’m honored and delighted to know. I can hardly express how strange and exciting it was when I reached out to Tyson Yunkaporta, author of Sand Talk and Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University, and found out he was already a fan of my podcasting…so this episod…
 
This week we welcome back anthropologist and science writer Eric Wargo, for a conversation about his book Precognitive Dreamwork and The Long Self — as well as: how tautology (not paradox) rules a time travel universe, what it means to become a time-faring species, the future of precognitive technologies, the concern of a quantum computing financia…
 
This week’s episode is a true return to form, in which my old friend Michael Jacobs (aka The Ungoogleable Michaelangelo, aka Void Denizen) and I talk about pretty much everything — including plenty of things I honestly can’t believe I spoke about so freely. Every once in a rare while I have a discussion on Future Fossils that truly exemplifies the …
 
This week we talk to Leidy Klotz about his book, Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less. Leidy Klotz is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia in the Schools of Engineering, Architecture, and Business. His wide-ranging, prolific, and highly-awarded research is filling in unexplored overlaps between design and behavioral science. Natio…
 
If you believe in the value of this show and want to see it thrive, support Future Fossils on Patreon and/or please rate and review Future Fossils on Apple Podcasts! Patrons gain access to a secret feed of biweekly episodes, unreleased music, our monthly book club, and many other wondrous things. And join us in the Discord! This week I talk with Mi…
 
This week we talk with Robert C. Jacobson, entrepreneur and space industry enabler, advocate, and investor. Jacobson is the founder of Space Advisors, a strategic and financial consulting firm for space startups and organizations looking to establish a space strategy. He also works at the Arch Mission Foundation, which is dedicated to creating civi…
 
This week we’re joined by Anna Riedl, a Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum and organizer at Effective Altruism Austria, currently studying Cognitive Science at Universität Wien. We discuss behavioral economics, bounded rationality, computational rationality, and other formal ways of thinking about how to do the most good, given great uncerta…
 
Trilobites with gills on their legs, pterosaurs with thumbs, burrowing Cretaceous mammals, and giant eurypterids highlight this episode. Also John Day Fossil Beds and La Brea Tar Pits open their visitor centers for the first time since the pandemic started. Finally, the Hauff Museum in Holzmaden Germany is going through financial trouble so if you …
 
“The most expensive part of making this book was time. I spent my time, which is my scarcest resource. For every one of the nearly 9,000 images in this book, I was standing directly behind the camera. I had to get there. It’s not just a long way from the US to Asia, it was usually a long way from the airport to the local town in the countryside. An…
 
This week we talk to artist, musician, and community organizer Violet Luxton, who works and lives at the intersection of Indigenous wisdom traditions and Indigenous rights movements, #LandBack and #BlackLivesMatter, afro-futurism, yoga, and visionary biotechnological speculation. In a conversation far shorter than the subject matter deserves, we ex…
 
In this episode we look at interesting Lagerstätte articles released in March 2021. This includes a newly described, oldest Lagerstätte in South America, Paleozoic lamprey embryos, the first opabiniid discovered outside of Burgess Shale, a failed cephalopod predation attack, an oviraptorid brooding on its nest, and a manta ray-like, planktivorous s…
 
This week we’re joined by evolutionary biologist Toby Kiers and Bitcoin entrepreneur Brandon Quittem for an interdisciplinary trialogue on the analogy between digital currencies and the so-called Wood Wide Web. Toby studies fungal economies in the lab, and her research challenges the commonly-held assumption that mycorrhizal networks are socialist …
 
In this episode we look at interesting Lagerstätte articles released in February 2021. This includes a new site designated in Morocco, a previously lost site rediscovered in Vermont, a new Paleozoic Spider, an amber full of fly larvae, and UV-induced, florescent fossilized leaves. All links to paper on the Fossil Bonanza Twitter account.…
 
This week, I embark on a new experiment and respond to three "advice column" questions from the Future Fossils listening audience: • How do I know if aliens would like my music? • How do I talk to my five-year-old about death? • How do I be creative without training or experience? This was a lot of fun and I'll definitely do this again. Enjoy, and …
 
This week I talk play, innovation, noise, disruption, cryptocurrency, and trickster creativity with Michael Phillip, host of sister podcast Third Eye Drops, which I’m on A LOT – episodes 102, 88, 58, 44 with Doug Rushkoff, 38 with Niles Heckman, 28 with Bruce Damer, 21 with Erik Davis, 9 with Shane Mauss, 4 with Erik Davis, and this special mashup …
 
First described in September of 2018, Asiadapis tapiensis lived in what is now Gujarat, north western India between 56 and 47 million years ago. Found in the Tadkeswar Lignite mine near the Tapi river, the holotype is represented by GU/RSR/TAD 9239, a fragment of lower jaw with three teeth. The three premolar teeth resembled those of another specie…
 
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