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De Dépendance Podcast addresses the complex issues of our time and how they manifest themselves in our cities and urban regions. From Rotterdam, The Netherlands we interview writers, scholars, and thought leaders.
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Charting The Rise Of A Multipolar World Order Philip Pilkington is an unorthodox macroeconomist. Andrew Collingwood is an equally skeptical journalist. Lately, both have realised that - post-Ukraine, post-Afghanistan withdrawal - the old, unipolar, US-led world order is in its death throes. In its wake, something new is being born. But what shape will that take? That will depend on a combustible combination of economics and geopolitics; trade and military muscle. Each week, our duo take thre ...
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The About Her Podcast exists to celebrate biblical womanhood and to encourage and equip women to love and live God's good design in their daily lives. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theaboutherpodcast/support
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The podcast to help you battle the everyday struggle with addiction, cravings, dependency and bad habits but also give you some helpful tips and good habits that helped me. This podcast will give my struggles and triumphs with addiction some life and hopefully assist you in your own battle regarding addiction. The reason for the name and artwork of this Podcast is based on the Yin Yang sign from Taoism, depicted by two wolves, a good wolf and an evil wolf. A concept of addiction is that thes ...
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A Wine, Spirits and Non-Alc. Drinks Podcast with Ryan Looper

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A Wine, Spirits and Non-Alc. Podcast spotlighting the stories of people who share the Porrón. Hosted by Ryan Looper. Brought to you by De Maison East and Room706 Productions.
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The Aubrey Marcus Podcast is a destination for honest and vulnerable conversations about the deeper questions in life. The show blends humor with gravity and levity with depth, as we explore mindset, psychedelics, holistic health, spirituality, entrepreneurship, and relationship. Aubrey Marcus is the founder of the globally disruptive human optimization brand Onnit, the donation based coaching platform Fit For Service, and is the New York Times bestselling author of Own the Day, Own your Lif ...
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Ever have those conversations where you get so wrapped up and so engaged that you didn’t realize you’d been talking for hours? If this is you, then join Derick and Jess, your typical, but not so common, husband and wife as they lead their listeners down some twisted paths of topics that touch on anything from being special needs parents in a blended family, the journey and battle of escaping organized religion and the fallout of de-conversion, and some other taboo areas that you don’t talk a ...
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The CTO Podcast explores the worlds of Chief Technical officers as they manage the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of technologists in the C-suite. Hosted by Etienne de Bruin, this podcast brings you insights and perspectives from experienced technology leaders as they share expertise and wisdom on a wide range of topics, including technical strategy, project management, talent management, infrastructure and architecture, security and compliance, customer experience, agile methodologies, ...
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Inside each of us is our own Excalibur–A representation of the full power of our divine birthright. In this captivating episode, join us as we dive deep into the heart of the film "KINGDOM," a modern mythic masterpiece for our time. Joined by the visionary artist himself, Lubomir Arsov, the creator of "In Shadow", as we embark on a journey of empow…
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Little Rocket Man has a new toy. This month, Kim Jong Un unveiled a Bond-villain-like missile with an extending tip. On that tip was what looks to be a hypersonic glide vehicle. A hypersonic glide vehicle is the real deal. They're extremely fast. They can manoeuvre at those high speeds. And we don’t yet know if it’s possible to shoot them down. On …
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Etienne is very excited to welcome Jennifer Cwagenberg, Head of Engineering at Protopia AI, to the podcast for an engaging discussion spanning technology, farming, and even the intersection of the two. Jennifer shares insights into her unique lifestyle as a technologist and baroness of Texas, where she navigates the balance between rural tranquilit…
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The Atlanticists versus the Autonomists - the European civil war coming soon to a bureaucracy near you. It’s long been a theme of this show that the continent is being slowly capsized by its long term problems, related to energy and productivity. We’ll be picking through three news items that tell the short term story of the continent’s woes. Terri…
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Multidimensional wellness expert, Zoroastrian, and lifelong student Chervin Jafarieh helps us unravel the complexities of our time. We delve into the depths of materialism's hold on society and its impact on our spiritual evolution and discuss how to awaken the spiritual warrior within, learning to defend against dark forces that seek to drain our …
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Joining Etienne this week on the podcast is Sean Nam, the CTO of Ivy Energy. Etienne engages in a multifaceted conversation with Sean, and they touch upon the intricacies of supporting founders during fundraising to reflections on technology giants like Apple and Uber. Sean provides insights into IV Energy's mission to revolutionize shared energy u…
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New research from Bloomberg says that Beijing is steering the Chinese economy away from the recent real estate boom, and into high tech manufacturing. It’s a drive estimated to be worth 19% of GDP by 2026. Running the numbers, not only is China Collapse Theory once again proved false, the market may even have under-priced how much gas there still i…
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Loneliness is the most devastating and deadly epidemic we’ve ever faced. In this episode with Radha Agrawal, bestselling author and founder of the most powerful ecstatic dance community in the world DAYBREAKER, we discuss both the crisis and the solution. We share valuable insights into fostering genuine connections and building vibrant communities…
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Etienne is thrilled to sit down with Tracie Hlavka, former CTO of Flyhomes, to discuss the tumultuous journey of rapid scale and the poignant process of winding down a company. Tracie reflects on her experience navigating the job market amidst layoffs and shifting funding landscapes, shedding light on the challenges of finding the right fit in a to…
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This is a special edition of Multipolarity on The Economic Consequences Of The War. In 1919, JM Keynes wrote The Economic Consequences of the Peace. Predicting the death of the old world order after Europe’s first unsuccessful attempt at suicide. We aren’t yet at peace, but the economic consequences of the present war in the middle of Europe are st…
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Spoiler Alert! This episode is for people familiar with the Dune series, and want to explore the complicated themes of this iconic sci-fi masterpiece. Like a message that is echoing from the past, what is particularly relevant about Dune now? In this podcast with Marc Gafni, we go on a journey to uncover the hidden lessons and timeless wisdom woven…
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Etienne is very happy to be sitting down with Matt Van Itallie, founder of Sema, a company that develops software to help engineering leaders manage AI in software development. As they delve into their shared experiences of learning to code on vintage machines, they explore Matt's journey from studying philosophy to founding Sema. The conversation …
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NVIDIA has become a stock market behemoth on the back of their AI-friendly graphics chips. Last week saw them hit a $2.19 trillion market capitalisation. So are they the future of the globe’s most info-critical resource - or a sign that we’re entering the Pets.com era of the AI age? Meanwhile, after months of delays and diplomatic blocking operatio…
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In today’s podcast with renowned biologist Bruce Lipton, we delve deep into the power of the mind and its profound influence on our genetic expression. Discover how your thoughts, beliefs, and perceptions shape your reality and learn practical techniques to reprogram your mind for success and well-being. From debunking aspects of Darwin’s theory to…
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Etienne sits down with Krijn van der Raadt, a seasoned CTO with a rich history of steering both startups and established tech giants toward successful exits. Krijn, now a fractional CTO and advisor to startups, shares insights gained and collaborative problem-solving experiences with fellow CTOs. They explore the challenges of transitioning from a …
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Does the housing market obey the laws of supply and demand? We say no. Join us for a controversial, possibly mind-blowing journey into the heart of darkness, into an upside-down-world that set Twitter on fire this week. Victoria Nuland has fallen on her sword. Or someone else’s sword. Whatever happened to America’s third-ranking diplomat, suddenly …
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Oh, we wild’n out for sure on this podcast! In a hilarious full spectrum conversation that may or may not have been influenced by mind altering substances, comedian Brent Pella and I delve deep into the realms of comedy, psychedelics, aliens, free will, and…I forget. But I do remember that Brent shares his unique insights on the role of comedy in o…
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Kevin Goldsmith, a seasoned CTO, mentor, and principal at Nimble Autonomy, joins the conversation today as we discuss Kevin's journey in technology leadership across the US, Sweden, and the UK, touching on his experiences and the release of his new book, It Depends: Writing on Technology Leadership 2012 to 2022. The discussion covers technology ado…
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In this episode we listen to a lecture by and interview with urbanist and historian Davarian L. Baldwin on the occasion of his highly acclaimed book In the Shadow of the Ivory Tower: How Universities are Plundering Our Cities. Urban universities play an important and outsized role in cities. They bring diverse ideas and people together and they gen…
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"Hamburgers will decide America's future". So says Malcolm Kyeyune in a recent essay ruminating on the American journalist Tucker Carlson's recent visit to Moscow where he famously - or, perhaps, infamously - purchased a burger at Russia's new McDonald's clone, 'Tasty, that's it'. Kyeyune sees Carlson's culinary adventure as reminiscent of Mikhail …
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What emotions, challenges, and lessons can be revealed in the darkness? Erick Godsey and Caitlyn Howe just emerged from a ‘darkness retreat’ a modality that I have personally experienced to be one of the most transformative in the world. In this episode, we dive into our experiences with darkness retreats, where the blackness itself becomes a canva…
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The numbers are finally in. Israel’s economy has contracted 20 per cent year on year. It seems the only consolation is that it’s still doing better than the economy of Gaza. How long can this level of decline go on? With no end to the war in sight, and a new front in Lebanon cracking open, are we witnessing Israel’s fall from the first rank of the …
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Embark on a transformative journey into the depths of creativity with legendary music producer and artistic genius Rick Rubin. The insights Rick shares on how to nourish the seeds of your creative ideas, into the fruition of artistic mastery provide invaluable guidance and inspiration for everyone. We are all artists. Along the way you’ll learn pra…
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Bloomberg says “Germany’s Days as an Industrial Superpower Are Coming to an End”. Which poses at least one serious question - has Bloomberg been listening to Multipolarity? As the industrial decline narrative goes mainstream, it seems like the copium has finally run out in the Chancellories of Europe. Meanwhile, reports in the West of a Chinese bus…
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In this thought-provoking discussion with renowned speaker and cultural commentator, Zuby, we dive deep into the modern landscape of Western ideologies. Zuby fearlessly exposes the pervasive corruption fueled by certain ideologies infiltrating the fabric of Western societies. Together, we unravel the intricacies of woke culture and certain nonsensi…
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What if a pathway existed to seamlessly connect the realms of Eastern and Western spirituality? As we delve into history, tracing the footsteps along the ancient Silk Road trade routes spanning over 3000 years, we uncover a unique convergence of spiritual wisdom. Within this historical tapestry, Ancient Persia emerges as a pivotal connection point,…
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Tina Vaughn and her Chef/Partner/Husband Chip Smith received a 3-star NY times review in January of 2024 for their restaurant Eulalie, a jewel-box of hospitality in Tribeca. In this episode, Tina recounts her journey from Rockette to restaurants, the mission of hospitality and how to pair wine fearlessly from a place of learning and gastronomy. If …
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The US is now bombing Iranian targets, via B1 bombers that have to be flown direct from Texas to perform the task. This is an interesting new form of madness. As the West is pulled ever-deeper into the quagmire, we're taking a low road/high road approach to prediction: attempting to model the potential for serious conflict right up to an Iraq-style…
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All the greatest romances are love/hate. As The Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor of geopolitics, Iran and America have always danced a dance of angry fascination with each other. Now, as the Middle East burns, their kismet is truly aflame. With an overstretched Joe Biden about to call in the airstrikes, we’re in the foxhole, figuring out if they…
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In this podcast we will listen to a lecture by Carolyn Steel, architect and author of the award-winning Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives and Sitopia: How Food Can Save the World. From our foraging hunter-gatherer ancestors to the enormous appetites of modern cities, food has shaped our bodies and homes, our politics and trade, and our climate…
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As the 8th round of Tomahawk missiles hit the Houthis in ten days, a senior White House official caused guffaws when he proclaimed the attacks aren’t working - but that we should keep on doing them anyway. That senior official’s name? Joseph P Biden. So if the President himself can’t come to a logical line on what’s going on, what hope is there for…
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When is magic real? Join us on a captivating journey as Sasha Crespi, a maestro of magic, unravels the enigmatic realm where magick and magic tricks intersect. In this episode, we probe the moral dimensions of deception and ponder the elusive line between magick and mere trickery. Sasha, known for his mastery in the art, shares insights that challe…
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In this podcast, Telmo Rodriguez transports us through time, sharing how the vibrant spirit of the land beckoned his family to the winegrowing tradition against any logic in the 1960's at the iconic family estate called Remelluri. The tale unfolds, revealing ancient roots, a learning journey uncovering the nearly lost terroirs of Spain and contempo…
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With the world's biggest container ships presently rounding the Cape of Good Hope, Vasco da Gama-style, the Lads are calling it: inflation is coming back. This could prove to be a sticky situation for the West's leaders. After all, we were supposed to have seen out the worst by now. Everything was wagered on turning the page in anticipation of elec…
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Why are so many people (especially women) disconnected from their sexuality? What untapped power could be reclaimed if we recognized the divine power in our sexuality? Mama Gena is a renowned authority on empowerment, sexuality, and pleasure. In this episode, we delve into the realms of sexual healing, pleasure, and ethics as Mama Gena guides us do…
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The Global American Empire has had its honour impugned by the Houthi Rebels, sometimes called a 'ragtag army'. But as The Lads point out, that characterisation just doesn't work. High-end weapons, Iranian training, and a capacity to melt into the landscape will make 'winning' the war for control of the Red Sea an operational nightmare. With no clea…
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Remember the Ever Given? The boat that got stuck in the Suez Canal? Well, thanks to the Houthis, traffic in the canal is down by almost as much as when it was plugged. It seems the red sea crisis is about to inject an inflation spike much like the one the Ever Given gave us. Only, this time, the memes will be much less jolly. North of Israel, the w…
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The ancient ways of manifestation have long been forgotten. Which is one of the reasons that the ‘law of Attraction’ as it is taught in New Age circles doesn’t work. Our calendar is deliberately keeping us from tapping into the power of the cycles of nature. Channeling is not a new phenomenon, and there are important guidelines to be mindful of. Mu…
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Fresh off a four year stint in living in Galicia and Rioja, Noah Chichester gives an insider's picture of the history and importance of the terroirs and wines of Galicia. In this episode, we wade into the depths of Galicia's viticultural renaissance, where historical vineyards are being tenderly nursed back to life by the hands of dedicated revival…
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Twelve months. That is the time the world now has for global greenhouse gas emissions to start to fall. If not, we will miss the chance to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis. According to the 2022 report on mitigation by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) the world can still hope to stave off the worst ravages of climat…
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This week, we're pulling the scheduled predictions for 2024 episode, to do some century-wide predicting. The Houthi incursion into the Red Sea, that we've been reporting for a couple of months, has reached a new peak. It now seems as though it is more than simply a new front in a regional war. It may even threaten the Pax Americana. US attempts to …
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Colin O’Brady is a world record holding explorer and mountaineer, motivational speaker and New York Times bestselling author. In this inspiring conversation, Colin shares incredible stories from his record-breaking solo trek across Antarctica, and we discuss the medicine we’ve both experienced in the darkness and the importance of letting yourself …
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Absolutely delighted to be back again with Dr. Marc Gafni to try and tackle one of the most complex issues in philosophy and religion; the causal root of Evil. The thesis Marc offers is that the atrocities we see in the world can all be described as a failed love story. Our own stories serving as a strand in the braid of this universal cosmic love …
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