Posts Tagged ‘Minimalism’

Carl Hopf: EHS in the time of COVID | Bluetooth, PPE, and Biological Best Practices | SDP152 Livestream 11-24-2020

[Podcast] Has Apple or Google uploaded a COVID-19 tracking app to your phone without asking first? One million Coloradans have opted in to receive COVID-19 exposure notifications – now what? Could voluntary apps become part of unalterable operating systems? How exactly does Bluetooth work and what are the security risks with Bluetooth communications? What’s the…

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Rogue Birthday Episode | Election Impact on Chaos | De-Platforming Survivalists | Livestream 11-7-2020

[Podcast] Doc burns down the birthday candles as he speculates how a Biden presidency might influence chaos behavior and regression to the mean. In addition, the sudden and complete de-platforming of tactical survivalist Mike Glover sends a cautionary message to all people that produce content in the prepper / survivalists genre. Finally, with Google seemingly…

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Failure to Regress to the Mean | Why Things Aren’t Returning to Normal | SAFETY DOC LIVESTREAM 10-29-2020

[Podcast] Doc returns from sabbatical for this Master Class and delivers updated interpretations of Finite Voltage, Crowd-In Behavior, and his newest concept of “Failure to Regress to the Mean” to describe the current condition of society. Read the full blog post for episode #149 at safetyphd.com DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode: https://tinyurl.com/SDP149-AUDIO TACTICAL WISDOM…

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Escaping Seattle – The Sociological Safety Tipping Point | Interview with John Steele | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #78 [Podcast]

[Podcast] The statute of limitations was up – so we could finally record this podcast!  Why is John Steele thinking of leaving Seattle after 24 years and where is his car’s headrest? DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode: https://tinyurl.com/SDP78 GROWING UP IN NYC After growing up in New York, John escaped to Seattle, finding the…

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SAFETY DOC PODCAST #63: Rituals Make Us Stronger | Interview with TJ Martinell

PODCAST-Author/Writer/Reporter/Outdoorsman TJ Martinell appraises routines, rituals and experiences versus accumulation of “stuff”. Embracing an authentic, minimalism-grounded lifestyle from his svelte-outfitted cabin, TJ suggests that finding yourself begins with reconnaissance and locating the empirical origins of both ancestry and philosophical epistemology. Making the world perceptible, TJ describes his pilgrimage to view the US Constitution or stand upon the…

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