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Homegrown Humans Newsletter

Jamie Wheal

Weekly helpful hot-takes on culture, science and radical hope in a world that’s lost its mind.

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Latest Issues

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Three Forces Dividing Us

Whether we’re trying to sort out what’s happening in Ukraine and Putin’s claims to an imperial Mother Russia, or trying to understand Pro-Palestinian TikTok and whether or not Israel has a right to exist, or diving into the coups and genoci...

14 days ago

The Blissf*ck Crucifiction

Alright. Finally to the end of our series on making sense of the world, AKA: Ontology!

a month ago

Ontological Wingsuiting

In the last couple of posts in this thread, we unpacked how Pascal's Wager, Ockham's Razor, and Bayesian Probability go a long way to helping us stay oriented in confusing/magical/critical terrain.

a month ago

Three Bucket Ontology

Just got back from a fun panel with Dr. Erik Davis (Techgnosis) Dr. Rick Doblin (MAPS), Dr. Bruce Damer (astrobiology/MINDS) and Dr. Manoj Doss (UT/Dell Med School) on the role of non-ordinary states in scientific innovation. I shared the P...

a month ago

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