Josh is the host of a podcast called Politically Insane. He is a Christian conservative living in the United States. Paul talks to him about …
Paul talks about some of his new thoughts on this old advice.
Since he had a son, Chris has done a lot of reading about the climate crisis because he's concerned about the world his son is going to inherit. In …
Paul and Devon talk about teaching music online, music theory, the school system, and probably other things. WARNING: Some prior knowledge of music …
Paul talks to his brother Jon about music and photography.
We're all stuck at home because of this virus. What do we do now?
Paul's commentary on an art installation about hate.
I'm afraid that this podcast is too controversial, but I want to be able to speak about these things in public, so here we go!
Just trying to understand the world so I can decide on how to act in it.
Paul talks with his partner Stephanie Drouin about her work leading Fiercely Ok Choirs.
Paul has ideas that are simple but big.
Paul continues to try to bring the left and the right together on these important issues.
My thoughts on how Polarization works and how to overcome it.
Paul talks about what he wants to do for the black creek.
A bit of a ramble about freewill that turns into talking about a popular song about loving the Earth.
Are protests effective? If not, what is?
There is a tourist attraction in Caledon, Ontario, and Paul has some suggestions for it.
Talking to the future
If we want to avoid crisis, I think it will take bravery.
A bit of a ramble about what it would be like to change our goals as a species.
Paul is known for not saying much. He used to be sad about that, but now he's not.
What does our popular music say about us? Paul shares his thoughts on music and social change.
What is Paul learning from reading The Lord of the Rings?
Paul tries to wrap his head around the size, weight, and nature of the black hole recently photographed by scientists
With no clear plan of what to talk about, Paul rambles along about struggling with money, boredom, and how he decided to clean his room.
Paul talks about the current path he is on, and how it led him to the Black Creek.
Paul talks about different definitions for these words and how this might cause separation between people.
Paul talks about growing up in a musical family, and how his music has dramatically changed over the years.
Paul talks about a climate change symposium he went to.
Paul describes his journey from growing up christian, to becoming an atheist, to finding spirituality.
Paul demonstrates what honesty means to him.
Paul expands on what he means when he says he wants people to get along.
Paul talks about deciding what to do with his life. Listen to him stumble his way to the conclusion that he wants to help people get along, and to …
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