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Today we discuss the deadly game of teenage (and occasionally older people) throwing rocks through people's windshields, causing them to lose control and in some cases, die. This is a trend that started in the 90s, possibly earlier. It's currently in-vogue among teenagers across the United States and sometimes it takes years before they are caught.
After a bit of.a hiatus, we're back to discuss the justice system, injustices in the system, and if you're innocent - what you can do to defend yourself. We also discuss gun violence, the police state, pleas, insanity and prosecution of children.
Correction: in the beginning of the podcast, I incorrectly said this was episode 9 by mistake (since we had taken several weeks off. So please realize this is indeed a new episode!!)
Today we reflect on yesterday's live orchestration and dance performance of Shen Yun (self ascribed as: China Before [oppressive] Communism. We review the meaning of the performance and its importance, message and everlasting impact in contrast to the survive vs. thrive mentality we ever-increasingly live by. The real quest to exercise tolerance, compassion and love (for one another) even in the wake of destructive forces, the other side of humanity that's continually hellbent on greed, division and ruination. Let this be the gentle reminder that each of our affect and actions hold consequences, not only for ourselves, but most importantly also influence others. Ultimately behavior does shape outcome and the higher road is not always a painless one. However, a deep level of vulnerability is both beautiful as it is bountiful and provides a much more prosporous path to travel as together we work towards a better world for us all.
Today we discuss conceptualizing AI, what harnessing the power of AI means for our future, social policies, our very way of life and what exists on the horizon. In this Q&A/discovery-style podcast provide examples along with discussing the pros/cons of humanity's large-scale adoption of this new advent of technology. Just how how far will humanity go, just how far/close we are from this exploding technological evolution and what role and where humans reside in its future.
Elaine and Zach dive headfirst into a topic that is plaguing all Americans and many around the world. The topic of today is the ever-increasing, out-of-control utility costs and the exploitation from the energy companies, as they collude and report record earnings as costs to consumers skyrocket and price fixing is now out of control. The explanation behind all of this is atrocious.
Elaine and Zach discuss the irrational thoughts and behaviors that stem from Procrastination and Overwhelm, their interplay, and strategies for overcoming these thoughts and obstacles. The goal is to gain perspective, and develop some tools to guide your though processes from irrational to rational, all the while transforming reactivity to proactivity. Emotional regulation to overcome these unhelpful ruminations.
This is a cold-opener, first episode of our new, eclectic and life podcast, polychromatique. We appreciate any/all feedback as we work towards building the framework for this podcast in order to further improve its production quality.