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Rob Kall: Riane Eisler; Transforming from a Domination to a Partnership Society Humans were, for much of early civilization, equal partners, without male domination. Then things changed, Male domination swept in with nomadic herders. Now, we need to take steps to get back to a partnership society and partnership economics.
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Rob Kall: Filmmaking for Change; The How and History of Social Impact Films, with Jon Fitzgerald Jon Fitzgerald, is the author of Filmaking For Change. We discuss the history of social impact films and what's involved in making them, and that it's become much more easy and affordable to do.
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Rob Kall: Standing up to Globalization with Localization; Intvw w Helena Norbert Hodge Helena Norbert Hodge is the author of Ancient Futures, producer of Economics of Happiness, my favorite documentary. And she's organizing workshops around the US and the world on the Economics of Happiness, exploring the implications of globalization and advocating for localization.
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Rob Kall: George Monbiot Discusses Creating a New Story to Replace Neoliberalism George Monbiot Discusses Creating a New Story to Replace Neoliberalism, going into detail on the history and nature of neoliberalism, and discusses the essential need to provide stories to move people to embrace political values and principles
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Rob Kall: Zeitgest Movement Founder Peter Joseph, Interviewed by Rob Kall Zeitgeist Movement's Peter Joseph on Rob Kall Bottom Up Show Peter discusses his vision of the future-- economically, technologically, culturally.
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Rob Kall: Making Music Using Artificial Intelligence This podcasts starts with an introduction that uses music I "created" using an artificial intelligence (AI) aided online music creation program. I interview the CEO and founder of Amper Music, the company that created the website.
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Rob Kall: What To Do About the Monster Internet Platforms: Trebor Scholz on Platform Cooperativism Today’s guest is Trebor Scholz. He is a scholar-activist and Associate Professor for Culture & Media at The New School in New York City. His book Uber-Worked and Underpaid. How Workers Are Disrupting the Digital Economy He co-edited Ours To Hack and To Own, the rise of platform cooperativism, a new vision for the future of work and a fairer internet.
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Rob Kall: Chris Whipple discusses The 2nd Most Powerful Person in the World: White House Chief of Staff After the president, the White House Chief of staff may be the most powerful person in the world. Success as president requires a White House chief of Staff effectively empowered to do the job right. Chris Whipple wrote the book, The GATEKEEPERS; How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency
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Rob Kall: Yaneer Bar-Yam; Applying Complexity Theory to The World's Hardest Problems Yaneer Bar-Yam is Director of the New England Complex System Institute, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, author of Making Things Work; Solving Complex Problems in a Complex World. He’s used complexity theory and quantum mechanics theory to predict that the Arab Spring would happen, and applies these approaches to social problems, health care, education, warfare, terrorism and more.
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Rob Kall: Bottom Up, Local Economics with Anthony Flaccavento Anthony Flaccavento is the author of a brilliant book. I just love this book “Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up”. He’s been an organic farmer for twenty-some years. He’s ran for congress as the Democratic candidate in Virginia.
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Rob Kall: Walt McRee How Public Banking Can Rescue Cities, Counties and States Walt McRee is the emeritus director of the Public Banking Institute and a consultant who helps municipalities, counties and states navigate the process of creating a public bank.
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Rob Kall: Paul Glover; From the Middle Class to the Mutual Class Paul Glover is a lifelong visionary progressive activist who has successfully started some incredible bottom up, Mutual Society projects, such as Ithaca Hours
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Rob Kall: Marianne Williamson on Miracles and Trump, Protest, Trump Supporters We talk about Sister Giant, Course in Miracles, Miracles, Faith, God, protest, Trump, Bottom up, leadership, the fact that we're in an .all hands on deck. moment.
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Rob Kall: Linda Kohanov; Learning From Horses and Master Herders Linda Kohanov is a master at understanding and working with horses and teaches us lessons to be learned from Horse behavior and human equine relationships.
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Rob Kall: Did Your Genes Evolve to Kill You: How to Live Longer; Intvw with Josh Mitteldorf Josh Mittteldorf, author of Cracking the Aging Code, has a different theory than most on what causes aging and ultimately, death. He says our genes are programming to kill us. Why? to protect our communities. He describes his model and also offers tips on how to live longer
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Rob Kall: Derek Jensen Debunks the Human Supremacy Myth We talk about his book, The Myth of Human Supremacy-- and explore a lot of other ways to look at things.
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Rob Kall: Tapping the Power of Stories to Make Change Happen: Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy the second half of my interview with : Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy. We're discussing Neuroscience of Self transformation Through Story
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Rob Kall: How To Use Stories to Re-Program Your Mind-- Lewis Mehl Madrona and Barbara Mainguy How to use stories to re-program your mind-- a conversation with Lakota Shaman and physician Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy, authors of Remapping your Mind; The neuroscience of Self Transformation through Story.
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Rob Kall: Neurobiology & Epigenetics Applied to Politics, Policy, Psychopaths & Narcissism A Parenting Revolution could produce a cascade of other kinds of revolutions. I discuss three topics with Psychologist, Darcia Narvaez, author of Neurobiology of the Development of Human Morals. 1- changing policy to reflect your model. 2- viewing politics through your model's lens 3-viewing major pathologies, like narcissism, psychopathy and sociopathy through your model's lens.
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Rob Kall: Neurobiology Applied to Poilitics, Policy, Psychopaths and Narcissism A Parenting Revolution could produce a cascade of other kinds of revolutions. I discuss three topics with Psychologist, Darcia Narvaez, author of Neurobiology of the Development of Human Morals. 1- changing policy to reflect your model. 2- viewing politics through your model's lens 3-viewing major pathologies, like narcissism, psychopathy and sociopathy through your model's lens.
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Rob Kall: Marcia Pally; individuality, separateness, separability and situatedness We talk about principles discussed in faith traditions that could be very helpful to help us decide how do we pick a president
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Rob Kall: Douglas Rushkoff; Throwing rocks at the Google Bus-- Big is bad Douglas Rushkoff returns. I asked him to describe the most important new memes and ideas in his book. He replied, "the economy is an operating system. It is not a feature of nature. People made it. These rules were designed. If you forget that human beings have the ability to change them If you accept them as facts of nature then you are pretty doomed. They are not facts of nature. and were created not with our best i
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Rob Kall: Darcia Narvaez on the Neurobiology of Narcissism, Psychopaths, Sociopaths, Empathy, Connection Child rearing practices may be the key to reducing crime, eliminating psychopaths and sociopaths and raising the morals, empathy and kindness of people. I interview Darcia Narvaez on the neurobiology underlying all these
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Rob Kall: Darcia Narvaez; Morality's Evolutional, Neurobiological, Bottom up Underpinnings I was VERY excited to do this two part 2 hour interview. Darcia Narvaez has written an award winning book that simply blew my mind. It explains so many of our modern day problems, including psychopaths, narcissists, crime, loss of empathy in our culture. We dive deep to discuss how ancestral parenting , the way children were raised for 99% of human history, is a key part of brain moral development.
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Rob Kall: The Agricultural Revolution: How Humans Shifted from Foraging to Farming-- the beginnings of Civilization I interview Graeme Barker Senior Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Professorial Fellow, St John's College, Cambridge University, England. He is the author of the book, The Agricultural Revolution in Prehistory: Why did foragers become farmers. and has written extensively about humanity's transition from forager/hunter/gatherer to farmer.
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Rob Kall: Globalization's Dangers to Earth and It's People: Interview with Julian Kunnie Part 2 Julian Kunnie, author of The Cost of Globalization: Dangers to the earth and it's people, doesn't think the earth and humans have a future with capitalism. He talks about how the prison industry is an intrinsic part of globalization, about globalization and race, patriarchy, aboriginal peoples, exploitation of women
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Rob Kall: Julian Kunnie Part 1-- The Dangers of Globalization-- Time to End Capitalism Or WIll Capitalism End Us? Julian Kunnie is the author of The Cost of Globalization: Dangers to the earth and it's people. He doesn't think the earth and humans have a future with capitalism.
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Rob Kall: Katherine Maher-- Wikipedia And Counterrevolution, Dark Spaces, and Ways to Tap and ENable the Power of Wikipedia I talk with Katherine Maher is the Chief Communications Officer for the Wikimedia Foundation, the organization behind Wikipedia, the largest free knowledge project in human history and one of the world's most popular websites. She is an expert on the intersection of technology, human rights, democracy, and international development.
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Rob Kall: Bonnie Burstow-- The Dangers of State Empowered Psychiatry and Psychiatric Drugs and Treatments Bonnie Burstow has written, Psychiatry and the Business of Madness, a blistering excoriation of psychiatry, documenting, with erudite detail, her accusations that psychiatry is a dangerous, ineffective business, without scientific support.
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Rob Kall: Chuck Collins- Wealth Inequality, Billionaires and Psychopaths Chuck just co-authored a report on wealth inequality that is shocking. We discuss the report, billionaires, the dangers and damages billionaires wreak, solutions and billionaire psychopaths

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