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KunstlerCast 331 — Chatting with Architect and Neuroscientist Ann Sussman about Buildings, Streets, and Cities

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Ann Sussman, RA, is passionate about understanding the human experience of the built environment. Her book, Cognitive Architecture, Designing for How We Respond to the Built Environment (Routledge, 2015) co-authored with Justin B. Hollander, won the Place Research Award from the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) in more »

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KunstlerCast 330 — “Negative Network Effects” with financier and author Simons Chase

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   JHK hunkers down with Simons Chase, a new voice on the financial scene. Mr. Chase is the CIO and owner of independent investment firm, SC Capital Management LLC. He has over 20 years of media, finance and early-stage investing experience on the frontiers of emerging trends. He more »

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KunstlerCast 329 — Chatting with Art Berman about Trouble in the Oil Patch

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Art Berman is an independent oil geologist and industry analyst. We go deep on the recent extreme price crash in the oil markets, the current situation and destiny of shale oil, and the implications of all this for the economy in general. Art lives in Houston. He more »

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KunstlerCast 328 — Chatting with Charles Hugh Smith from the OfTwoMinds Blog

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Charles Hugh Smith founded his blog, Of Two Minds, in 2005 after 17 years of free-lance journalism in the San Francisco Bay Area. Of Two Minds has grown to thousands of posts that have logged tens of millions of page views on his site and many others more »

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KunstlerCast 327 — Conversation with Gail Tverberg of Our Finite World

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page Gail Tverberg is an analyst who has been researching the connection between oil limits and the economy for nearly 10 years.  She writes a widely-followed blog called Our Finite World. Her background is as an actuary, working as a consultant to insurance companies. She also has a foot more »

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KunstlerCast 326 — Confab with David Collum of Cornell U about Corona Virus, Markets Gone Wild, and Politics

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, science, and technology, with often surprising views on the the predicaments of our time. Here we attempt to more »

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KunstlerCast 325 — Chatting with Nir Buras, Architect and Urban Planner about Truth, Beauty, and the Future of Cities

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Nir Buras is a PhD architect and planner with over 30 years of in-depth experience in strategic planning, architecture, and transportation design, as well as teaching and lecturing. His planning, design and construction experience includes East Side Access at Grand Central Terminal, New York; International Terminal D, more »

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KunstlerCast 324 — Chatting with Ben Hunt of Epsilon Theory

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Ben Hunt is the Chief Investment Officer at Second Foundation Partners, a consultant for large institutional investors, and the author of Epsilon Theory, a newsletter and website that examines markets through the lenses of game theory, history and nature. Over 100,000 professional investors and allocators across 200 more »

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KunstlerCast 323 — Chatting with Economist Steve Keen

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page Steve Keen says of himself: “I’ve been a rebel economist since long before it was fashionable: I led a student revolt against the teaching of economics at Sydney University in 1973. I became an academic in 1987 with the intention of helping to reform economics, and I’ve helped more »

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KunstlerCast 322 — With Larry Kummer editor of the Fabius Maximus website. Are these the Crazy Years in America?

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Chatting with Larry Kummer. Are these the Crazy Years in America? Larry is The editor of the Fabius Maximus website. FabiusMaximus.com He has 37 years experience in the finance industry in a variety of roles, retiring as a VP and Senior Portfolio Manager at a global investment more »

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KunstlerCast 321 — Chatting with Charles Hugh Smith

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Charles Hugh Smith writes the popular Of Two Minds blog (at https://www.oftwominds.com/blog.html) and is the author of many books, most recently Will You Be Richer or Poorer — Profit, Power, and A.I. in a Traumatized World.) He lives in the world capital of Wokesterdom: Berkeley, California. I’m more »

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KunstlerCast 320 — Chatting with David Collum

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, and technology, with often surprising views on the the predicaments of our time. He tweets at @DavidBCollum. Direct more »

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KunstlerCast 319 — Chatting with Financier Richard Vague

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Richard Vague, from Texas originally, is a Philadelphia-based managing partner of the venture capital firm, Gabriel Investments. He’s the author of A Brief History of Doom: Two Hundred Years of Financial Crises and The Next Economic Disaster: Why It’s Coming and How to Avoid It. He’s been more »

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KunstlerCast 318 – Yakking with Doug Hill about the Fate of Technology

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Doug Hill is a journalist and independent scholar who has studied the history and philosophy of technology for more than twenty-five years. His book, Not So Fast: Thinking Twice About Technology is the result of those studies. His work has appeared in numerous national publications, including the more »

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Chatting with Rob Gourdie about Oil Price Waves and peak Oil

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   #317 Rob Gourdie is Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics at Virginia Tech. He is also Director of the Center for Heart and Reparative Medicine Research at the same university. He writes under the pen name of Tom Therramus.  In his “day job,” he works on the more »

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KunstlerCast 316 — Chatting Jason Bradford, author of The Future is Rural

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Jason Bradford has been affiliated with Post Carbon Institute since 2004, first as a Fellow and then as a Board Member. After earning his doctorate at Washington University in St Lous, he worked for the Center for Conservation and Sustainable Development at the Missouri Botanical Garden, was more »

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KunstlerCast 315 — Chatting with Author and Architect Blake Pagenkopf

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Blake Pagenkopf is the author of The Great Conflation; Why Left Versus Right Isn’t Right Versus Wrong, which asserts that a simple spatial model can be used to explain the political misunderstanding that now rages across America. (See the chart below  in these show notes.) He is more »

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KunstlerCast 314 — Yakking with David Stockman about “Peak Trump”

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   #314 David Stockman is the author of the new book, Peak Trump: the Undrainable Swamp and the Fantasy of Mega. David represented Michigan’s Fourth Congressional District for three terms and served as Director of the Office of Management and Budget under Ronald Reagan — the youngest cabinet more »

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KunstlerCast 313 — Chatting with Brent Bednarik about Social Justice in the Corporate Workplace

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page  Brent Bednarik is a former Army Officer with two deployments in Afghanistan. After that he worked at one of the Big Four accounting firms in Manhattan, and is currently an entrepreneur in the tech start up space. Brent and I have been corresponding about what I like to more »

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KunstlerCast 312 — Yakking with John Michael Greer

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   John Michael Greer, an old friend of the podcast, blogs at his Ecosophia Website, and is the author of a score of books ranging from the social and political commentary of The Wealth of Nature and Not the Future We Ordered, to a large body of science more »

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KunstlerCast 311 — Yakking with Bill Holter About Financial and Political Turmoil

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page Especially at Christmas Time!   Bill Holter writes and is partnered with Jim Sinclair at the newly formed Holter/Sinclair collaboration. Prior, he wrote for Miles Franklin from 2012-15. Bill worked as a retail stockbroker for 23 years, including 12 as a branch manager at A.G. Edwards. He left more »

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KunstlerCast 310 — With Shaun Chamberlain, Editor of the Late David Fleming’s Book “Lean Logic”

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Direct Download: http://traffic.libsyn.com/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_310.mp3 Please send questions and comments to jhkunstler@mac.com Shaun Chamberlin is an author, activist and the editor of both Lean Logic and the paperback Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy.  He has been involved with the Transition Network since more »

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KunstlerCast 309 — Chatting with Raul Meijer of The Automatic Earth

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page Raul Meijer runs The Automatic Earth Website. He puts out the Debt Rattle news aggregator there every day, and posts his own frequent commentaries on a broad range of current events, especially on subjects of finance and economy. He’s based in Europe,  dividing his time between Athens and more »

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KunstlerCast 308 — Chatting with Jasun Horsley About the Sexual Hysteria of Our Time

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Jasun Horsley is an English cultural critic, metapsychologist, conspiracy researcher, and podcaster, and the author of several books, including Seen and Not Seen, Prisoner of Infinity, and the upcoming The Vice of Kings: How Socialism, Occultism, and the Sexual Revolution Engineered a Culture of Abuse. To earn more »

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KunstlerCast 307 — Yakking with Doug Henwood, a Man of the Left, About the Disorders of the Left

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Doug Henwood is an American journalist, economic analyst, and financial trader who writes frequently about economic affairs. He publishes a newsletter, The Left Business Observer, that analyzes economics and politics from a left-wing perspective. He is a contributing editor at The Nation and has a popular podcast more »

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