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Food 4 Thought

Food 4 Thought

By Jonathan
This is a podcast about everything, each week we will discuss different topics over a variety of fields. Whether it be history or science, literature or mathematics, we will discuss mythology and philosophy. This is a podcast about learning and applying knowledge in a practical way. Learning about how all fields and all forms of knowledge can become useful, this is Food 4 Thought!
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History - Myths and Interpreting Ancient Culture

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Physics - Cool Space Stuff - Einstein's Relativity Theories
Today we discuss Einstein's two relativity theories, I do my best to talk about them and convey why this "space stuff" is cool.  If you have criticisms or corrections for anything let me know! Follow me: Consider supporting More Info
March 12, 2022
Biography - England's Lion
Today we examine the life of Winston Churchill, his youth and rise to power, and how he overcame struggles and saved the West in its darkest hour.  Other Information
March 05, 2022
Critical Thinking - Thou Shalt not Commit Logical Fallacies Feat. Dr Matt Kutz
Today we do something a little bit different, we are playing a game with my dad, Professor Matt Kutz, we are going to see if he can guess the logical fallacies I present and then talk about why they are important. (IMPORTANT, I misspoke in the episode, the product is a creation of the
February 26, 2022
Anthropology - The Enemy of my Enemy
Today we will discuss Mimesis, in both the forms that it comes in, briefly discussing mimesis in art. Then we will be taking a deep dive into Mimetic Desire, and how it has played an important role in our society today. (1 correction, for the Asch Conformity, I was right the first time, 1/3rd to 1/2 of people conformed) Great info below!!
February 19, 2022
Philosophy - Murderers of all Murderers
Today an exploration will be made into the Laws of Nature, yet this is not gravity, or motion, instead, the old Laws of Nature, into morals and truth. Where do they come from? Why do we have them? And are they relative, or steadfast? Sponsored by -
February 12, 2022
History - The Frontier Feat. Alex of FTC
Today I have my good friend Alex from The Frontier Trading Company, we talk about the Frontier, its major players, and how to learn more and get involved with the historical period of the 18th-century frontier. 
February 05, 2022
Biography - The Strenuous Life P2
A part two episode of the life of Theodore Roosevelt, an inspiring individual who lived the type of life the Stoics would admire! Information complied from Edmund Morris' "Roosevelt trilogy" as well as the following documentary
January 29, 2022
Biography - The Strenuous Life
This episode and the next will be a P1 P2 for the life of Theodore Roosevelt 
January 22, 2022
Mathematics - The Art of Chaos
In this episode, we discuss the idea of Chaos Theory and its Fractal nature, as well as why it is important and how it represents nature.  More info is below!
January 15, 2022
Philosophy - Anyone Can Be a Leader - Feat. Dr. Matt Kutz
Today I have a conversation with Professor Matt Kutz, my hero, and my Dad, we talk about the importance of leadership. More importantly, the fact that it is not an appointed position, and anyone can become a leader.
January 08, 2022
Fiction - The Power and Value of Storytelling P2
Storytelling is a powerful tool, and today we will discuss why it is that way, as well as how they utilized throughout history.
January 01, 2022
Government - The Apathy of Communism
In this episode, we discuss the spirit behind communism, and the reason why it never works, why the ideas behind it are inherently evil. My Website =
December 25, 2021
Christmas Special
In this short episode, we will talk about the origins of good'ol Santeclaus, where his myths stem from as well as his darker half. 
December 24, 2021
Government - The Spirit of America
In this episode, we discuss why America is special, why our government is different from so many others. More importantly though, why the Spirit of America is so important, and why it is worthwhile to defend it. 
December 18, 2021
Physics - Entropy the predictor of collapse
In this episode, we will examine what the second law of thermodynamics is, and how entropy can be utilized to examine how social systems can collapse. Also how everything in the world trends towards disorder and chaos.
December 11, 2021
Philosophy - Stoicism and the Unattainable Self-Mastery
In this episode, a discussion is had about the value of Stoicism, but also its flaws, where it can fall short as a holistic philosophy of life. A comparison is drawn between stoicism and Christianity, and how the two complement each other greatly. Moreover how Christianity can help complete, and fill in the gaps of the stoic philosophy. Finally, a discussion is had about why these most recent two generations can view can benefit greatly from the Stoic ideas.
December 03, 2021
Psych - The Milgram Experiment and the Dangers of Social Psych
This episode is about the dangerous nature of conformity and the importance of social psychology. It details how the human mind desires to emulate the behavior of the majority and how the Government has been taking advantage of us using social psychology.  we can understand the dangers by highlighting the Milgram experiment.
November 27, 2021
Fiction - The Creation and Value of Stories P1
In this episode, we will glean to understand the value of stories, as well as reading at large. We will also discuss their creation, what makes them good, and what can be excluded.
November 14, 2021
Game Theory - the Art of Decision Making
Today we will discuss the process and mathematics of decision making. This branch of mathematics, called game theory, can help us learn how to do that, and illuminate what is going in our world today. 
October 30, 2021
History - Myths and Interpreting Ancient Culture
In this episode, we will examine how mythology can be used to gain an understanding of how ancient cultures thought and behaved.
October 15, 2021
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October 13, 2021