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A Conversation with Bob Greenyer on Cold Fusion, LENR

David Gornoski, the host of A Neighbor’s Choice, sits down with Bob Greenyer, engineer and researcher in the field of LENR (low-energy nuclear reactions). The two discuss the work of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, the start of the Martin Fleischmann memorial project, the various experiments in the field of cold fusion and their fascinating results, the theory of dipolar magnetic particles, and more. Listen to the full podcast to hear about the revolutionary breakthroughs in the world of fusion energy despite the artificial dark age imposed on us by regulatory powers.

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The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project website is quantumheat.org

Our Upcoming Scientific Renaissance

Nuclear scientist Dr. Max Zamilov returns to the show to talk about the next Galileo and Renaissance moments in history. Why is it that we are not interested in innovation anymore? Is everything already solved? Dr. Max says that the biggest problem is an outdated educational system that “grounds its student to a pulp” and has largely become irrelevant. Instead of having theories presented as dogma, Dr. Max says, we should encourage students to express their creativity. How can we allow for the creativity to start flowing again? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

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Matt Ridley on How Innovation Works, Tesla vs Edison, the Problem with Patents

Dr. Matt Ridley, Zoologist, acclaimed author, and member of the House of Lords, joins David Gornoski to discuss his new book ‘How Innovation Works.’ David and Dr. Ridley explore the reality behind Tesla vs Edison, the problem with patents, how government retards progress, how medicine and cures are hampered by regulations, and why the future may be much better than the present.

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Visit Matt Ridley’s website and order his book at mattridley.co.uk

Blake Boles: Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids To School?

What do we do to make sure that future generations can think for themselves? How can we help teachers bring some creativity to the table? Blake Boles, author of ‘Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids To School?’, says that the answers lie in removing coercion from our education system. The discussion centers around the homeschooling movement, the history of the Sudbury Valleys Schools, the role of parents in education, his book, and more. Listen to the full episode for an in-depth conversation on education like no other!

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Visit Blake Boles’ website at blakeboles.com