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SophieCo. Visionaries

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People who look beyond today and see the bigger picture of what’s going on with humanity – great minds, visionaries, philosophers sit down with Sophie Shevardnadze to share their wisdom and muse over our present and our future.

Mar 5, 2021 07:06

Covid exacerbates cellular senescence – geneticist

Covid-19 has in many ways changed the way we view our health. We talked about this with David Sinclair, professor of genetics and co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Ageing at Harvard Medical School.

Feb 26, 2021 06:41

Stress causes chemical changes in DNA – family trauma expert

Recent studies suggest that it’s not only our life experiences that help shape who we are but also those lived long before us. How is it possible? We asked Mark Wolynn, the leading expert in the field of inherited family trauma, director of the Family Constellation Institute and best-selling author.

Feb 19, 2021 08:05

We should be able to choose when to die – cryonics advocate

If you were offered the chance to be revived after dying someday in the far-off future, would you go for it? Well, it may sound like the far-fetched realms of sci-fi but it is the reality of cryonics. We talk to Max Moore, philosopher, futurist and the current ambassador and president emeritus of Alcor Life Extension Foundation.

Feb 12, 2021 07:11

We can be creatively evil – author of Stanford Prison Experiment

Humans are neither good nor bad. It’s life situations that make us behave one way or another. We hear it all the time, but is it true? What makes us rise above circumstances nevertheless? We asked Philip Zimbardo, psychologist, professor emeritus at Stanford University, and author of the famous Stanford Prison Experiment.

Feb 5, 2021 07:17

The brain doesn’t distinguish between false and genuine memories – cognitive psychologist

Our memories help shape who we are. But what if they’re not essentially ours? Can they be false? We talked to Dr. Elizabeth Loftus, a cognitive psychologist and an expert on human memory.

Jan 29, 2021 07:04

The theory of everything is a fabrication – natural philosopher

What makes us, as humans, so peculiar? And why do we seek answers to the toughest questions? We asked Marcelo Gleiser, theoretical physicist, cosmologist, philosopher, and author of ‘The Island of Knowledge’.