Marco & Murphy project


Co-hosted podcast project that is an informal fun conversation, while keeping a high level of openness, talking about taboo subjects, using explicit language, not disregarding individual human experience, under a loose umbrella of scientific imperialism.

  • 59 minutes
    EP04 - Sandra Pabst

    Sandra shares her perspective on how Berlin has changed over the past 30 years. We discuss various aspects of her career as a communication consultant, and the key importance of learning how to be comfortable talking to strangers and building good tit-for-tat relationships with those in your network. We also discuss the psychological difficulties of learning new skills and starting new projects, and how repeated exposure is the only way to make progress in one’s career. 

    For more information about Sandra Pabst and her work, please visit:

    19 February 2019, 3:24 pm
  • 1 hour 35 minutes
    EP03 - Why change your mind?

    This time we explore the ways in which we have changed our mind throughout our lives - and why it was often difficult to do so.

    We look at the history and usefulness of religion and ideology, what it means to be open-minded, and why we have cognitive biases.

    And, of course, sprinkling in our own personal experiences throughout the show.

    24 January 2019, 11:33 am
  • 1 hour 8 minutes
    EP02 - Are drugs useful?

    Marco and Murphy take some nootropics (Modafinil) and talk about our experiences with drugs and how it has affected our epistemic worldview and long-term wellbeing. We drill into societal perceptions, scientific research, and possible future trends (transhumanism).

    7 January 2019, 10:03 pm
  • 49 minutes 14 seconds
    EP01 - Why start a Podcast?

    Donoho Murphy and Marco Vega try to figure out what this podcast project should be about. They discuss how to use podcasting to discuss difficult topics, thoughts, and ideas, in an open and honest format.
    They touching on contemporary issues like the limits of freedom of speech,  and it's political and social implications. Hope you all enjoy.

    27 November 2018, 11:35 am
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