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podcast 177: scotch broom and critical thinking  RSS feed

 
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Paul Wheaton talks to Jocelyn Campbell in Port Townsend, and talk about the AirBNB They talk about Scotch Broom as a nitrogen-fixing, non-native, soil-building plant. The seeds can travel up to 30 feet from their explosion. They talk about the projects of Forest Shomer. The seed can hang around for longer than 90 years, and will out-compete most things. They then get into listener questions, the first of which addresses being in integrity when those running "the system," and corporate trolls get you down. Jocelyn talks about being informed and making the most conscious decisions in our lives we can. Paul talks about discernment and fallacy, and then mentions Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead.

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