Feb. 17, 2022

Rick Doblin and Amy Emerson — Demystifying Psychedelics (EP.92)

Rick Doblin in the Founder and Executive Director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). MAPS is a leading organization in the USA supporting psychedelic and marijuana research since 1986. You can follow Rick on his...

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Feb. 14, 2022

Lily Francus and Jesse Livermore — Understanding Financial Bubbles (E…

Lily Francus is a risk theorist and a quantitative researcher at Moody’s. She is also the author of the ‘Midnight on the Market Momentum’ newsletter. Find Lily on her Twitter at and read her newsletter at Jesse Livermore is an …

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Feb. 10, 2022

Zachary Resnick — Bitcoin SV, Music, and Poker (EP.90)

Zachary Resnick is the Managing Partner and co-founder at Unbounded Capital, a trumpet player and composer, and a poker enthusiast. We speak with Zach about: Scaling issues with BTC Why isn't Bitcoin SV the prominent Bitcoin? The best use-cases for...

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Feb. 3, 2022

Dave Nadig — Decoding the Metaverse (EP.89)

Dave Nadig is the CIO & Director of Research for ETF Trends and ETF Database. However, our conversation with Dave takes a curious turn and instead of ETFs, we end up discussing about: • Tokenizing everything • Left vs. Right …

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Jan. 27, 2022

Louisa Nicola — Neuroscience for Your Physical & Financial Health (EP…

Louisa is a Neuroscientist & Neurophysiologist, and a performance advisor to pro athletes, teams & portfolio managers. Our discussion with Louisa includes: The origin of Neuro Athletics Goal setting done right How light and melatonin affects...

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Jan. 20, 2022

Sahil Lavingia — From Web 2.1 to Web 3 (EP.87)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we have Sahil Lavingia with us. Sahil is the founder and CEO of Gumroad, and author of the book “The Minimalist Entrepreneur”. The rise, and fall, and rise of Gumroad Physical vs. Digital Communities …

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Jan. 13, 2022

Tren Griffin — Welcome to the Tren-verse: Stories on Life and Busines…

Tren Griffin returns to what is his third appearance on Infinite Loops — with a series of stories on business, investing, and life! Why Gates didn’t write an autobiography How “rude” QnAs can be helpful Having a purpose in life …

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Jan. 6, 2022

Frederik Gieschen — Learning and Failing in Public (EP.85)

Frederik is the author of the “Neckar’s Insecurity Analysis” newsletter where he writes about great investors, innovators, masters of the inner game. We talk about: Trying to “fit in” The Great Reshuffle Destroying your ideas and starting...

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Dec. 30, 2021

Thomas J Bevan — Avoiding the Middle Ground (EP.84)

Thomas J Bevan is an author and essayist. He pens The Commonplace newsletter which includes workshops on writing, movie reviews, and essays on life. We talk about: Starting a commonplace Striking a balance between the physical and digital Not...

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Dec. 27, 2021

Nicholas Gruen — Rethinking Democracy with Juries (EP.83)

Nicholas Gruen is a widely published policy economist, entrepreneur and commentator. He has advised Cabinet Ministers, sat on Australia’s Productivity Commission and founded Lateral Economics and Peach Financial. We discuss: Fast foodification of...

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Dec. 23, 2021

Lisa Feldman Barrett — Why does the brain exist? (EP.82)

Lisa is a Neuroscientist, psychologist, and author of the books "Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain" and "How Emotions are Made". We talk about: How expressing your emotions can help you control them Why democracy might not be …

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Dec. 16, 2021

Diane Macedo — The Sleep Fix (EP.81)

Diane Macedo is a news anchor at ABC News and author of the newly-released book "The Sleep Fix". Diane helps us understand many sleep disorders and their solutions, and other topics like: Are 'Insomnia' and 'Sleep deprivation' the same? Sleep...

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Dec. 13, 2021

Erik Hoel — Exploring Consciousness (EP.80)

Erik Hoel is a neuroscientist and an author. Erik often writes about the intersection of humanities and science, and his debut novel "The Revelations" is a tale of science, murder, and consciousness. Our discussion with Erik includes topics like: Are...

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Dec. 9, 2021

Jay Sanguinetti — Neuro Technologies to Enhance Cognition (EP.79)

Jay is a scientist in Tucson, AZ. He was trained in philosophy, neuroscience, and cognitive psychology, and completed his Ph.D. at the University of Arizona on the neural processes of conscious and unconscious visual perception. Our discussion with...

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Dec. 6, 2021

Jesse Livermore — Future of Money, Education, and Health (EP.78)

Jesse Livermore (pseudonym), a Research Partner at OSAM, is back to Infinite Loops for his second appearance to talk about: Payments in the Metaverse Crypto regulation Incentives of governments vs. corporations Rise of online education Universal...

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Dec. 2, 2021

Matt Clifford — The Rise of Modernity (EP.77)

Matt is the Co-founder & CEO at Entrepreneur First, and Co-founder & NED at Code First Girls. We talk with Matt about: Internet in an era of "dampened variance" Increasing democratic participation Bull and Bear case for creativity What Matt...

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Nov. 25, 2021

Ana Lorena Fabrega — Gamification of Learning (EP.76)

Ana is a former teacher, an edu-preneur, and the Chief Evangelist at Synthesis School. We have a very intriguing discussion with Ana around: Idea and implementation of Synthesis School Increasing engagement and ownership among students Problems with...

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Nov. 18, 2021

Kyla Scanlon — When Financial Education Meets Entertainment (EP.75)

Kyla Scanlon is known for her humorous videos on social media platforms like TikTok and Twitter, covering topics like monetary policy, crypto, economics, etc. Our discussion with Kyla revolves around: Building your CV online Financial Education in...

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Nov. 11, 2021

Tom Morgan — All you Need is Love? (EP.74)

Tom Morgan, Director of Communications & Content at The KCP Group, joins us for his second appearance at Infinite Loops to discuss: The trillion-to-one ratio of attention "Love" as a compass for growth Religions and Traditions Enlightenment vs....

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Nov. 4, 2021

Rory Sutherland — Effective Communication: Jesters & Saints (EP.73)

Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman of Ogilvy Group, joins us for an almost unprecedented third appearance on Infinite Loops. Our discussion with Rory centers on: The marketing of Saint Paul and religious leaders. Humor as a vehicle for effective...

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Oct. 28, 2021

LibertyRPF — The Great Reshuffle & Decline of Gatekeepers (EP.72)

LibertyRPF is an anonymous Twitter account researching and writing his fascinating insights on Substack. Our discussion with LibertyRPF revolves around: The Decline of Gatekeepers Why Liberty started his newsletter Liberty’s investment process The...

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Oct. 21, 2021

Max Arbitrage — Technological Advancements in Healthcare (EP.71)

Max Arbitrage (pseudonym) is a doctor who is great at deconstructing complex health related issues and ideas down to the layman's understanding. We discuss: mRNA vaccine technology Medical Insurance in the USA Increasing abstraction in the...

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Oct. 18, 2021

Alex Danco — On Social Hierarchies [BONUS EPISODE] (EP.70)

Our recurring guest, Alex Danco, returns to Infinite Loops for his fourth appearance to discuss: Books on social hierarchies Expensive in time vs. money Schooling in Canada vs. the USA The Great Reshuffle Long term impact of COVID And MUCH …

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Oct. 14, 2021

Robert Plomin — How DNA Makes Us Who We Are (EP.69)

Robert Plomin is a psychologist and geneticist best known for his work in twin studies and behavior genetics. He is also the author of several books on genetics, including "Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are". Our discussion with …

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