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Important, Not Important

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Description

"The Conversations Most Vital to Our Survival As a Species”. Quinn Emmett and Brian Colbert Kennedy, publishers of the popular “Important, Not Important” weekly newsletter and otherwise regular, progressive, terrified folks like you, host weekly-ish conversations with awesome scientists, engineers, doctors, politicians, and journalists, as they discuss the questions and topics most likely to either save the planet, or end it! Topics include climate change, artificial intelligence, clean energy, space exploration, antibiotics, bio-tech and more.

Customer Reviews

This is excellent.

V engaging. Look forward to #2!

good stuff

I'm subscriber to the newsletter, and every week I can count on learning something I didn't know, or getting a perspective I hadn't considered. So far, I can say the same about the podcast. And knowing how thourough and engaging the newsletter is, I'm excited for the future of this podcast.

Listening Time Spent Wisely

If you're like me, then 90% of your podcasts are for mindless entertainment, creating a void of actual news and important conversation that puts incredible pressure on making sure that remaining 10% is invested wisely. This podcast is perfect for that 10% - relevant, interesting, entertaining, and will always improve your understanding of the world. Great stuff, excited for more.

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