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Frank von Hippel - Ecotoxicology expert on the Joe Rogan podcast this week.

 
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Hi Everyone. I thought some of you might enjoy this interview with Frank von Hippel.

http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcasts/frank-von-hippel

"Frank A. Von Hippel is an expert in ecotoxicology: the study of how pollutants impact human health and the environment at large. A professor at Northern Arizona University, Von Hippel is the author of The Chemical Age: How Chemists Fought Famine and Disease, Killed Millions, and Changed Our Relationship with the Earth, and the host of The Science History Podcast."

I learned a lot but it was also very depressing thinking about all the damage our species has done recently :(
 
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That's interesting, love it if "our" folk come on Rogan. Long interviews, he let's them speak and be themselves. The rest of the media landscape don't give a hoot.
 
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Hugo Morvan wrote:That's interesting, love it if "our" folk come on Rogan. Long interviews, he let's them speak and be themselves. The rest of the media landscape don't give a hoot.



Totally agree. Joe seemed to be quite alarmed at most of what Frank was telling him.  The only thing missing would have been Frank mentioning Permaculture as a solution when Joe kept asking questions along the lines of "what can we do about all of this!?".
 
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the subject matter might just be the second most important in regards to human survival on the planet next to climate change.
 
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