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Phil McAlister is a real estate specialist and writer of the Macro Meets Real Estate newsletter. Phil has a more optimistic take on inflation than most people. Phil and Vance discuss this perspective, the behaviors of the FED, the effect of millennials and Gen Z on the residential home buyers' market and more on the state of the economy in 2022. Su…
 
Erik Hoel is a theoretical neuroscientist, published author and regular blogger on his own independent outlet. Erik returns to the podcast to talk with Vance about what we know about memories, the flaws of reductionism, causal emergence, and why art created by artificial intelligence isn’t an exhibition of true creativity. Follow Erik on Twitter: h…
 
Ben Sixsmith is an English writer living in Poland, who publishes frequently for outlets like Unherd and Quillette. Ben and Vance talk about propaganda coming out of Russia and Ukraine and how this content makes its way to the media. They also discuss current events such as the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial, inflation and finally the nature of time…
 
Chrisman Frank is the co-founder of Synthesis school, a program designed to fundamentally change the way that society educates its children. It does this by challenging young critical thinkers through complex games and simulations. Chrisman and Vance also discuss rural vs urban living, the state of public education, how children should play and soc…
 
Samuel Hughes is a researcher and policy wonk working in London. His Twitter feed is simply astounding. He notices the way buildings, streets, light, and space come together to make an urban environment feel a certain way. He sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss some of the policies that could be implemented in cities that would make them more liva…
 
Alex Kaschuta is a writer, cultural critic and podcast host from Romania searching for truth in the darker corners of the internet. Alex and Vance Crowe discuss the fog of war and how information is hard to come by during times of crisis, including the current war between Russia and Ukraine. They also discuss changes in culture surrounding gender i…
 
Shaun Newman is a Canadian podcaster, and former oil and gas employee. The Shaun Newman Podcast has become a national phenomenon after Shaun began asking tough questions about Canadian policy. He sat down with Vance Crowe to talk about why he quietly left the trucker convoy, his 2 month media blackout, and where he is taking the SNP in the future. …
 
Alex Dodge is an international artist who's work ranges from painting to prints and he plans much of his work in Virtual Reality. Alex joined Vance Crowe in Virtual Reality to do a tour of some works of art that are particularly important to them. 00:00 Start 00:31 Introduction to Alex Dodge and VR Museum 4:57 Bruno Luchesi 13:40 David Hammons: Pra…
 
Alina Chan is a molecular biologist working at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. She published a book with 2 time past VCP guest Matt Ridley about the origin of Coronavirus that exposed a narrative that was very different from what was being reported at the time. She returns to the podcast to talk with Vance about what's changed with the stor…
 
This week Vance Crowe decides to air a recording of a talk he delivered in January of 2022 in San Antonio, Texas to the White Commercial Corporation Master Management Conference. This talk discusses how a person can make lasting changes that have previously proven difficult. Vance talks about the voice of resistance, resentment, who you spend time …
 
Quick Dick McDick is a hired hand on a farm in Saskatchewan where he makes humorous videos that are seen around the world about life in Tufnell. QDMD speaks to Vance Crowe about the larger view of the trucker convoy that took place in Canada and continues in the way the Canadian government is prosecuting those involved. QDQM is a returning guest to…
 
Samo Burja returns to the podcast to talk with Vance about the evolving situation between Russia and Ukraine. Samo and Vance talk about what the Russians are thinking, how he believes the situation may continue to unfold, the fly on the wall that is China and more. Samo is a sociologist and the founder of Bismark Analysis, a firm that helps compani…
 
Jerod McDaniel is a farmer, podcaster and heretic living in rural Oklahoma. Jerod and Vance talk about what his area's response to coronavirus has looked like, how power is managed and moves through groups of people, personal responsibility and 'outsourcing culture'. Follow Jerod on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jerodmcdaniel Listen to Jerod's podca…
 
William Prigge is an expert on soviet Russia and the former professor of Vance Crowe. Together they sat down to explore the different perspectives one could have around the Ukraine-Russia Crisis. Vance Crowe Podcast Website: https://www.vancecrowe.com/podcast YouTube Full Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCigB7W5bX_gCinJxev9WB8w/ YouTube C…
 
Oded Rechavi is a professor at Tel Aviv University in Israel who primarily works on transgenerational inheritance. Vance sat down with Oded to talk about what factors from our environment can influence what we pass down to the next generation, how these stressors can get stored in the epigenetic record of an organism as well as IVF and Oded's favor…
 
Valentin Manher is a Ukrainian Citizen and a teacher of multiple languages. In this special edition of the podcast, Vance sits down to talk with Valentin about his experience as an individual on the western side of the country, how he is thinking about the risk to his family, and what he believes the world should know about what is happening in his…
 
Dr. Michael Levin returns to the podcast to talk about the unbelievable progress made in his research towards limb regeneration. Michael and Vance also talk about the future of medicine, how electroceuticals could be the future of therapeutic agents, how cognition manifests in all different types of intelligence, and Michael's favorite work of scie…
 
Richard Watson is a professor who believes that natural selection doesn't tell the whole story of how nature evolves over time. In this conversation, Richard and Vance talk about his theory of 'natural induction' which suggests that nature is a system that learns more like a human brain. They also discuss how relationships in communities change ove…
 
Welf von Hören is the creator of an app called Potential that helps users reclaim their attention, and add a deeper level of control over their behavior with technology. Welf and Vance talk about how to safegaurd yourself from things out to hijack your attention. They also discuss addiction, vices and what the future of 'humane technology' might lo…
 
Phil Luce is the CEO of White Commercial Corporation, a grain trading company that specializes in basis training, relationship building and teaching. Phil sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss succession planning, basis trading and career opportunities for young people that are hidden from view. White Commercial Corporation: https://www.whitecommerc…
 
Bernard aka Chubbyemu creates videos on YouTube that describes medical cases he or his colleagues have seen in the past. These videos have been viewed hundreds of millions of times around the world. We discuss human legacy, society, scams, and implications of creative work Bernard also recently started a new channel called Big Emus to discuss camer…
 
Zak Stein is an expert in psychology and philosophy, and previously a Co-Founder at Lectica Inc. His expertise is in how people learn. He sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss the difference between propaganda and education. During this conversation Zak and Vance talk about how the CIA has a history of focusing its propaganda wars on the US populati…
 
Miriam Hoffman is a former national FFA officer and a member of the Articulate Ventures Network. Miriam completed her year as a national officer with a bang, concluding her term with a speech at the national convention that talked about preserving tradition while pursuing the future. Vance and Miriam talk about this experience of serving the FFA, h…
 
Joscha Bach is a rare mind. He is an artificial intelligence researcher that is sought out by people doing research to understand how the human mind works. He sat down with Vance Crowe for a second time to discuss if our world is in a more precarious place than in the past. Bach discusses what happens if a parent chooses not to download a religious…
 
Most Surprising: Lucy Thackray (episode #144) Contribution to the Pattern Language: David Goodhart (episode #104) Most Up-The-Graph: Lee Cronin (episode #126) Prompted you to change your life: Erik Hoel (episode #135) Most Memorable: Jim Rutt ( First appearance episode #114) Virtual Reality episode #124) Most Talked About: Rob Henderson (episode #1…
 
Justin Murphy is an independent social scientist who writes about philosophy, science, and technology. Vance and Justin talk about why he left the safety net of academia to teach courses independently online and how this choice is telling of a broader trend that Justin refers to as prestige defection. Vance and Justin also discuss Rene Girard, cove…
 
Evija has a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology and is a board member of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies. Evija left a 20 year career at the World Bank Group where she met Vance, to study Jungian psychology full time. Vance and Evija have a deep discussion about meditation, searching for truth and why people tell stories. Evija's website: https://w…
 
Alex Dodge is an internationally acclaimed artist with studios in both New York City and Tokyo. His art is a unique blend of mediums, is designed in virtual space and then hand crafted. He speaks with Vance Crowe about textures, colors, shadows, and the medium of art itself. Dodge recently had a daughter and the two discuss whether someone is born …
 
Alina Chan is a molecular biologist who specializes in gene therapy and cell engineering at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. She published a pre-print document regarding a hypothesis about how COVID-19 might have entered humans. This led Chan on a wild adventure to discover COVID-19 true origins. Alina Chan is the co-author of the book Viral…
 
David Wood goes to violent conflict regions to find ways to bring people together so that they can resolve issues that are leading to war. Wood is a professor of practice at Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy and International Relations. The CPCS website: https://www.shu-cpcs.org/ Ethical commemoration: https://www.shu-cpcs.org/ethics-of-p…
 
Dr Michael Levin is an amazing scientist that studies how electricity plays a role in all living things. He sits down with Vance Crowe to talk about the regeneration of limbs, the value of not defining things in binary terms, how he is preparing his children for a wild and unknown future and ends with an explanation of what he thinks is going to ha…
 
Parag Khanna is an Indian American specialist in geopolitics and globalization. Khanna sat down to talk with host Vance Crowe about the forces of human nature that bring people together into cities, causing them to trade ideas and build things. The two discuss cities after the pandemic, migration around the world, how people will feel as their cult…
 
Vance Crowe talks about some of the things he's observed over the 1st year of raising his daughter. Among these things, Vance will discuss the importance of mimetic desire as a model for thinking about how parents' attention impacts a child, he will also talk about the daemon and how it is something that emerges from a young mind as an uncontrollab…
 
Chad Fleck is a modern homesteader in Central Illinois. He and his wife are raising five children on a small livestock farm where they raise and sell broilers and have a milking cow. Fleck sat down with Vance Crowe to talk about how he and his family make decisions about raising children in a modern age including why they go to the effort of educat…
 
Chip Flory is the host of AgriTalk a daily 2 hour live show that discusses markets in the farming industry. Flory and Vance Crowe discuss the state of supply chain and how farmers are reacting. If you are interested in purchasing a Legacy Interview for you or a family member. https://store.articulate.ventures/l/ocAdX PODCAST LINKS — Vance Crowe Pod…
 
Chauncey Nelson is a developer in Saint Louis that had the foresight to get a degree in Social Work from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. During this conversation Nelson talks with Vance Crowe about community development, the challenges facing inner city kids, how COVID impacted his community and ex…
 
Seth Tower Hurd is a former journalist turned public relations strategist. Hurd writes the insightful newsletter (The Five) where he discusses stories that didn't garner much attention- or who's analysis is lacking in important ways. https://sethtowerhurd.substack.com/ This is the only newsletter Vance regularly reads and the two have an in-depth d…
 
Benjamin Anderson is the CEO of an ‘Uber for Cleaning’ marketplace called WAND, and the executive producer for The Vance Crowe Podcast. Vance and Ben sit back down to discuss vaccine passports, the voices in our head, mimetic desire and look ahead at some of the things that they are working on. In the interview, Vance and Ben also bring up the impr…
 
Debbie Nichols and Caroline Matthis suffer from a disease known as Alpha Gal Syndrome, a tick-borne illness that makes the effected person allergic to mammal meat and animal products. During their conversation with host Vance Crowe the three talk about living with Alpha Gal Syndrome, how to diagnose the disease, the person that suggested giving Alp…
 
Kiel Taylor works for Exeter Irrigation an irrigation company in California. Taylor sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss the basics of irrigation and the challenges facing farmers in California. The two discussed coming water regulation, irrigation districts, how water wells work and the technology being utilized to make the best use of water. The …
 
Jon Stokes is a tech entrepreneur that started the tech blog Ars Technica. Stokes sat down with Vance Crowe to talk about the supply chain crunch in semiconductors coming out of Taiwan, the complexities of the looming supply chain shortages, the value of censorship free payment processing and how woke culture is designing the ethics of artificial i…
 
Alex Burkart finds customers for a major shipping port just outside of Saint Louis. Burkart sits down with Vance Crowe to talk about the value of the Mississippi River for shipping freight, how Burkhart finds new customers to use America's Central Port's rail and truck access and the two discuss spirituality. PODCAST LINKS — Vance Crowe Podcast Web…
 
Jason Logsdon is a farm kid turned commodity trader and venture capital/ private equity investor that seeks value in the commodities markets. Logsdon sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss value investing, the changing needs of education for kids, how commodity trading isn't gambling and Logsdon's Peter Thiel Paradox. Logsdon is the Chairman of Broad…
 
Colin Steen is the CEO of Legacy Seeds a holding company that sells non-GMO and organic seeds in addition to traited (GMO) seeds. Steen spoke with Vance Crowe about how venture capital is being spent in agriculture, what it was like to be in Syngenta when Monsanto attempted to buy it, and then go on to talk about organic seed loopholes, SPACs, and …
 
Eric Ward is a co-founder of AgBiome, a biologicals company that seeks to discover and culture beneficial microbes to apply on crops to prevent pests. He sat down with Vance Crowe to discuss AgBiome's work, their unique corporate culture, the latest messaging around vaccines and the invention of the brand new Purple Tomato. Click here to learn more…
 
Vance Crowe publishes a speech he delivered for the Arkansas Farm Bureau's Officer and Leaders Conference in Hot Springs, Arkansas. This talk was designed to help a healthy and vibrant organization to think about succession planning so that they can pass on the organization to future generations. To connect with Vance about delivering a speech at y…
 
Kate Vogel is the co-owner of North 40 Ag an agronomy and seed company that advises farmers on raising pulses and cover crops in the high plains of the United States. Kate and Vance Crowe discuss the challenges of raising crops in a dry part of Montana, the value an agronomist brings to a farmer and the changes coming to norther US agriculture. POD…
 
Gina Snyder is a cattle rancher in North East Montana. Snyder's family made the decision to change how they ranch and she joins Vance Crowe to talk about what it takes to raise cattle in a cow-calf operation. Crowe and Snyder discuss buying cows at auction, raising them on ranch lands, CRP lands and water. Snyder has a clear view on the environment…
 
Dr. Liza Dunn is a toxicologist, medical doctor and employee of the Bayer corporation. She sits down with Vance Crowe to talk about emergency medicine in the developing world, the value of pesticides in crop production, using testosterone and psychedelics, and why the US medical system is falling behind the French and Irish systems. *During the int…
 
Lucy Thackray is a reporter in western New South Wales where a mice plague has broken out. Thackray talks with Vance Crowe about the massive amount of mice, how they are biting babies and grandparents, ruining machinery, and wreaking havoc on crops. Later in the conversation Thackray talks about Australia's response to COVID, and why they are going…
 
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