KMO talks with Thaddeus Russell, author of A Renegade History of the United States and the host of the Unregistered Podcast, about life under slavery, the shortcomings of libertarianism, and the case for Pax Americana as the least worst mechani
KMO welcomes Professor Nicholas Kiersey to the C-Realm to talk about the guiding principles that could lead technological humanity to a post-scarcity, post-capitalist existence in which nobody has to toil, and everyone has everything they need
KMO talks with First of Incelmatics about the reasons why so many young men see no hope of finding girlfriends, much less getting married or starting families. It seems like women have all of the power in online interactions and in academic and
KMO welcomes Ben Burgis back to the C-Realm Podcast to talk about the themes of his most recent book, Cancelling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique of the Contemporary Left. Ben is definitely on and for the political left, but he doesn
KMO talks with Dr. Steven Vannoy about the psychological effects of extended mask wearing, particularly on children, and the neurological rewards that mask shaming produces. It feels really good to think we're in the right. Later, KMO reads and
It had been too long since we heard from Keith Preston of Attack the System. In this episode of the C-Realm Podcast, we get Keith's take on the pandemic, the 2020 election cycle, and the weird belief systems that people gravitate too in times o
KMO welcomes Eric Boyd back to the C-Realm to reflect on 2020 and to try to pierce the mists of the future to catch a glimpse of what's to come. Topics include new space, money & debt, the shortcomings of algorithmic economy, the value of human
KMO talks with Robert Brown about 2020 and the efforts on the part of US governmental agencies, big tech, and legacy media outlets like the New York Times to discredit anyone who advocates early, out-patient treatment of COVID-19 as an "Anti-Va
KMO talks with Ben Burgis, columnist for Jacobin and author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left about the crazy that is the American psyche and media landscape. They pay particular attention to Jon Ronson's book on public shaming and G
What happens to a society with a surplus of young men who are convinced that they have no hope of ever finding a wife and starting a family? It ain't pretty. KMO talks with First, the author of Black Pill Documentary – Online Dating 2020 and Be
KMO speaks with Matthijs Pontier, a privacy advocate, AI researcher and politician in The Netherlands. The conversation starts with a focus on the Pirate Party and then moves through a discussion of the COVID-19 response measures, through surve
KMO talks with Danny Nemu about his efforts with an organization called RAIN, which stands for Regenerative Agroforestry Impact Network. They work to restore Brazilian landscapes which have been compromised by slash and burn methods which turn
KMO welcomes the Angry Animator, Dermot O'Connor, and Bob Brown, technologist and permaculturalist back to the C-Realm to follow up on KMO's recent conversation with Justin Ritchie about the documentary film, Planet of the Humans. Both Bob and
KMO talks with Eric Boyd about China's performance during the the Covid-19 crisis as well as the long-term prospects for a CCP-controlled China in the near and intermediate-term future. Grist for the conversation mill came from Peter Zeihan's s
KMO welcomes Dr. Justin Ritchie, co-creator of the Extraenvironmentalist Podcast, back to the C-Realm to discuss the controversy around the documentary, Planet of the Humans. The film calls out mainstream environmentalist organizations like the
Buckminster Fuller talked about how technology can accomplish more and more with less material and energy. Eventually, it will become so effective that it can do anything with nothing. Jim, your ad attacker, has a problem with the name the Full
KMO compares worldviews with Brent Bednarik. KMO is an ex-Doomer who freely admits that he may have swung too far in the other direction, though he certainly does not identify with the techno-utopianism so derided by the Peak Oil faithful. Bren
KMO talks with Jim Kunstler about his new book, Living in the Long Emergency, and about the current moment in which the economy is somewhere between frozen and in free-fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.
KMO talks with Harvey J. Kaye, author of Take Hold of Our History: Make America Radical Again, about what it means to be radical and how Americans can empower themselves by re-connecting with our history of radical organizing and action. KMO ma
KMO and John Michael Greer met up in Lancaster, PA this week to talk about ecofascism. JMG made a bit of a stir a few weeks back when he published an essay on his blog called The Next Twilight of Environmentalism. His thesis is that we're in th
James Howard Kunstler KMO and JHK yak about the degraded state of American electoral politics, the Democrat Primary contest, potential campaign surprises, and the potential for cyber-mischief from unexpected quarters. The first part of the conv
KMO talks with an aspiring radio host and consciousness aficionado live in the WOOL, 91.5 FM studio. The policy priorities: If Liam had to have a political platform right now, his first draft would be like this: 1. Drastically reduce war/ "defe
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