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7 Comments

  1. Talon Johnstone Reply

    Fellow MMArtist’s, I’ve been using Khan Academy’s resources lately to help myself understand Islam. I came across a quote by 19th century historian Ira Lapidus. He seems to use “feelings” in his explanation of the spread of Islam after Mohammad’s death. Thought this might help out, maybe its a resource that can help people learn better.

    1. Sean Masters Reply

      Not to push another podcast, but The History of Philosophy without any Gaps covers Islamic philosophy in great detail (Ep 120 – 145). (https://historyofphilosophy.net/)

      “He Who Shall Not Be Named” should start with Episode 1 and listen twice. Many of his sacred views were argued and shown to be false long, LONG ago.

  2. Brett Harrison Martin Reply

    culture confession
    I live in what most everyone considers the worst state in the union. Florida. I have lived here all my life and have grown use to the endless jokes, criticisms, and defamatory slandering that flor-duh has had imposed on it by the rest of the upper 48. I am not blind to the log in my own eye I continually try to expand my understanding, hence why I listen to the podcast and read the articles. I am not ashamed of my origin, I embrace the fact that my home is the collective funnel of the dregs of the northeast coast and that it is the tropical waiting room for death. That being said, I would like to see/hear the cultural effects of music and art have on society, mainly because I feel that not only does it express the current culture but also help to shape what could be. Florida is unique in that it is a diverse mixture of cultures, history, and people. All who have there own experiences and perspectives. And from what i have gathered from MMA is that perspective = perception, and perception = reality (respectfully).

  3. Patricia Sanchez Reply

    I am a 64 yr old small framed woman with what my doctor says has the bones of an 88 year old. Yes, of course, those scary pharmaceuticals are my only options they say. I say, find the reason and fix the problem so I am intensely researching options, osteogenic loading makes a lot of sense. My doctor of Chinese medicine has a bio density machine, so the plan will be for me to become a success story that others can talk about. If my bones are in the shape as reported, it will probably take more than a year but I am willing to do the time. I am not starting from scratch as I have always been health and fitness conscious, taught aerobics and personal training along the way and have a general grasp on physiology. I am an avid mountain biker (yeah probably not a good idea but I am a junkie) and still very active. I dont have time for osteoporosis. Episode 253, Why Doesn’t Western Medicine Turn Us On, has my attention. Thank you.
    By the way, you should get with Dr. Rhonda Patrick, another biochemist that is very impressive. I found her on you tube podcast with Joe Rogan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxM_CLsvieE

    1. Hunter "Toto" Maats Reply

      Patricia! We’re so happy this was helpful. Lots more where that came from! And, yep! We know Dr. Rhonda Patrick well. We’ll definitely need to get her on the show.

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