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The C-Realm is a weekly, interview-based program which features discussions on topics ranging from a possible technological singularity, to entheogenic exploration, the re-localization of community and agriculture, and the competing narratives by which we define ourselves and navigate our world.
||462 Fluid Binaries||KMO and Olga visited House of Collection to speak with Ahnika Delirium about intentional communities, gender identities & presentation, privilege, and whether a conservative Christian cakemaker should be required by law to make a wedding cake for a sam...||4/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||461: I Don’t Speak My Language||KMO talks with Dr. Bayo Akomolafe about cultural hegemony and getting out from under imposed colonial value systems. Bayo, who flauted the expectations of training as clinical psychologist, embarked on a shamanic quest to re-connect with his own herita...||4/15/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||460: Not That Guy||Techgnosis, by Erik Davis, was first published back in 1998, before the dot com crash, the presidential election fiasco of the year 2000, 9/11, the US invasion and occupation of Iraq, the financial crisis of 2008 and the protracted recession and jobles...||4/8/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||459: Mobengo!||KMO welcomes Lex Pelger back to the C-Realm, and Lex brought along his friend, Dimitri Mobengo Mugianis. Dimitiri, who is the subject of the film I Am Dangerous With Love, is a former heroin addict who beat his addiction with the aid of Tabernanthe Ibo...||4/1/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||458: Wrangling Futures||KMO welcomes futurist, Eric Garland, to the C-Realm to explain why it's still important to look to the future. Eric is well aware of the bad rap that "futurism" has gotten in recent years, but he wears the futurist mantle with pride.||3/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||457: Techno Extortion||KMO talks with Marshall Brain, founder of HowStuffWorks, about the path that the United States is on with regard to jobs, automation, profitability and social cohesion. Marshall is the author of a novel called Manna that describes the dark road we're o..||3/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||456: Ready for Anything||KMO welcomes Hal Brill to the C-Realm to talk about the book The Resilient Investor: A Plan for Your Life, Not Just Your Money. In a future marked by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, investors need to overhaul their risk management to...||3/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||455: JUST a Theory?||KMO welcomes Professor James Krupa to the C-Realm to discuss his experience teaching evolution to college students in Kentucky. He is the author of an article in the new issue of Orion called "Defending Darwin" Does accepting the theory of evolution by...||3/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||454: Broken Windows||New York mayor, Bill DeBlasio, and his police commissioner, Bill Bratton, both hold fast in their support for a community policing strategy called "Broken Windows." Critics charge that the policy amounts to targeting black neighborhoods for absurdly st...||2/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||453: Yay or Nay?||An extreme position in the environmental movement is that activists should be engaged in deliberately trying to hasten the collapse of the global economic system. Nothing short of complete collapse, they argue,||2/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
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This is one of the top 3 podcasts on the net in my opinion. Too important to miss. Listen and learn.
Do You Sense the Cognitive Dissonance of "Modern Life"?
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The subjects and conversations on the C-Realm are among the most important I have found anywhere. Really, these are the ideas that need to be dealt with and KMO is a natural and brilliant conversationalist, adept at distilling and conveying them. He LISTENS to his guests and engages them in conversations they obviously enjoy, usually. Not one to suffer a fool, neither is he one to embarrass or berate them. It's really good stuff and one of my favorite hours of the week.
I always learn something new with KMO. A few of the topics are way off my usual radar. I stuck with the episodes that didn't initially interest me and I'm better for it. KMO's story is amazing, too, and he gets some amazing guests.