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Thinking With Somebody Else's Head

By Richard Lloyd Jones

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Description

Science, philosophy, psychology, quantum physics, religion. In all these areas, we see the world based on what comes from others. Which means we're actually thinking with somebody else's head - not necessarily our own. And how much of those philosophies, ideas and theories are true? Thanks to the work of Brazilian/Austrian psychoanalyst and social scientist, Dr. Norberto Keppe, separating the wheat from the chaff is a lot easier today. We'll explore this rich and provocative territory in this podcast. Email me about your thoughts at rich@richjonesvoice.com

Customer Reviews

Very disapponting

I love alternative views, but the ignorance on the HIV/AIDS episode is over the top....discussing AIDS and disputing science with "stories" about gay parties in the 70's with homosexuals using drugs and partying for 2-3 days lead to a weakened immune system might be true in many cases.....but not all HIV transmission is linked to theose cases...and the discussion about "poppers" being used by homosexual men to open the ANUS for sex....give me a break.....TOTAL IGNORANCE

Everybody is wrong! Thses are great!

These podcasts are hilarious! The authors are absolutely convinced of their absolute correctness, and that the folly of such fools as Darwin and Einstein is to be heeded, but pitied for their complicated, but utterly misguided notions, when it can all be explained so simply and easily. None of these so-called scientific theories need not, and can not be so complex as they are made to appear. Juxtapose the podcast from Thinking With Somebody Else’s Head “What the Bleep was that all about?” with the “Brain Food” podcast #10 – “Quantum Mechanics Special! Schrödinger’s Cat and the Copenhagen Interpretation, Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Computing.” These two podcasts are the antithesis of each other, even though they are discussing the same topic. But, only Schrödinger’s Cat got “Bleeped,” and only after the box was opened. On the other hand, the two podcasts explaining away AIDs reminded me of the people who make the argument that the holocaust never occurred, using the same simplistic arguments as they do in their other podcasts. Finally, they are giving “metaphysics” a bad name, because it is not metaphysics. In these episodes of Thinking with Someone Else’s Head, metaphysics is used to explain away the difficult details of science. But their use of “metaphysics” does not seem to be a genuine representation. I’m looking forward to listening to their future podcasts to see of their true intentions are revealed. Welcome to the Dark Ages.

This podcast is a highly religious (manipulative) podcast full of mis-information.

Please listen with your own head and be careful of what your mind absorbs from the internet.

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