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154: Just In Time vs. Just In Case



In this second installment of the Kunstler Kave symposium, KMO, JHK and two C-Realm listeners consider the human penchant for identifying patterns, even where none exist, the breakdown of the bicameral mind, and the wages of "success dependent planning." Neal Kramer checks in via the Diet Soap podcast, and KMO wraps up by reading from an essay by SF author David Brin.

Music by East Forrest.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=101252022

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