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C-Realm Podcast: The Early Episodes

These early episodes no longer appear in the C-Realm Podcast archive on PodOMatic, but they can be found on Archive.org:

Episode 1: Police Searches - Just Say No!
Guest: Doug Norwood
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode1PoliceSearches-JustSayNo

Episode 2: Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well
Guest: Denny Warren
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode2EatWellMoveWellThinkWell

Episode 3: Talkin'bout the Singularity
Guests: David McFadzean, Paul Gude
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode3TalkinboutTheSingularity

Episode 4: Serpents & Power Songs
Guest: David Rosdeitcher
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode4SeprentsPowerSongs

Episode 5: A L.E.A.P. of Reason & Reasons for Hope
Guests: Jerry Cameron, Eric E. Sterling
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode5AL.e.a.p.OfReasonReasonsForHope

Episode 6: Start Small
Guests: Calvin Bey, Carol Ekarius
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode6StartSmall

Episode 7: Bins & Bushels - Ballots & Buds
Guests: Calvin Bey, Bruce Mirkin, Earl Hyatt
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode7BinsBushelsBallotsBuds

Episode 8: Healing Songs
Guest: Richard Grossman
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode8HealingSongs

Episode 9: Athiestic Faith
Guests: Peter Christ, Lorenzo
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode9AtheisticFaith

Episode 10: Plan B
Guest: Lorenzo
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode10PlanB

Episode 11: Illiscit MAPS
Guest: Moises Niam, Rick Doblin
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode11IllicitMaps

Episode 12: A Dozen
Guests: Rick Doblin, Richard Grossman
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode12ADozen

Episode 13: Skillful Means
Guests: James Hughes, Chip Walter
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode13SkillfulMeans

Episode 14: Enter the Ninja!
Guests: Chip Walter, Queerninja
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode14EnterTheNinja

Episode 15: Fearless
Guests: Queerninja, Patrice Gros
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode15Fearless

Episode 16: Sudden Violent Death
Guest: Patrice Gros
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode16SuddenViolentDeath

Episode 17: Ned Ludd's Legacy
Guest: The Dopefiend
Link: http://www.archive.org/details/Episode17NedLuddsLegacy

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victoriapandora
Feb. 1st, 2008 09:35 pm (UTC)
Thanks for posting these KMO!
l33tminion
Oct. 31st, 2008 04:59 am (UTC)
I decided a week or so ago to work my way through the back-issues of the podcast and downloaded the entire archive (up to 107, an impressive four days or so of continuous audio). It's been interesting to see how early some of the ideas for the podcast were touched upon and listening to the quality of the audio engineering rapidly improve.

Anyways, I'm mostly commenting to say something about episode 9. I'm an atheist, and I certainly agree that atheism requires faith. The idea that we only have the meaning we create for ourselves, that this life is all we get, that there is no external force imposing some sort of cosmic justice... those ideas are big, tough, and complex. It takes something to say, "These ideas are meaningful and good and say something about how I should live my life, and I'm going to figure out what that is and act accordingly," even as I subject my ideas to reexamination, even though I realize I could be wrong, and despite the easier route of apathy or indecision.

A few years ago, a class discussion raised the question "is science a religion?" After the class, I did some searching on the subject and found two things. The first is this Dawkins essay on that question, which was predictable and is certainly not his best work. The second piece, however, had a dramatic effect on how I think about faith. That was
this sermon, authored by Rev. Mike Young of the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu. Young points out that the word "faith" means two very different (even contradictory) things, which is why the rationalist attack on "faith" typified by the essay above often throws the baby out with the bathwater. I won't summarize any further, as I really think you should read that piece for yourself.
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