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138 – Are Teens People?

We discuss Robert Epstein’s “Teens 2.0” as he makes the Case Against Adolescence.

Eneasz’s Highlights from Teens 2.o

The Banned Goods Store

How Adult Are You? test

See also Youthfacts.org

National Youth Rights Association

Nurses on Young People, as seen on Facebook


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Rationality: From AI to Zombies, The Podcast, and the other podcast

Next Episode’s Sequence Posts:

Self-Anchoring

Expecting Short Inferential Distances — hear audio version of it here

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137 – Can You Consent to Listening to this Episode?

Who can be allowed to choose their sex partners?

0:00 – 37:00 — Less Wrong Posts Discussion
37:03 – end — Main Subject Discussion

Mentioned in this show:

Worth The Candle & Not Everything Is A Clue


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Rationality: From AI to Zombies, The Podcast, and the other podcast

LessWrong posts Discussed in this Episode:

Pascal’s Mugging: Tiny Probabilities of Vast Utilities

Illusion of Transparency: Why No One Understands You

Next Episode’s Sequence Posts:

Self-Anchoring

Expecting Short Inferential Distances — hear audio version of it here

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136 – Obviously (and Legally) Murder

The Conspiracy is minus one Jace but plus one Justin (a defense lawyer) this episode! We discuss the legalities surrounding the convictions of Derek Chauvin – the cop who (literally and legally) murdered George Floyd.

If you’re interested in a historical play by play of Justin’s write ups throughout the  court precedings, check out his posts on r/TheMotte:


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LessWrong posts Discussed in this Episode:

The Logical Fallacy of Generalization from Fictional Evidence

Hold Off On Proposing Solutions

Next Episode’s Sequence Posts:

Pascal’s Mugging: Tiny Probabilities of Vast Utilities

Illusion of Transparency: Why No One Understands You

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135 – Live Episode #2

This is the recording of the live episode we held on 4/18/2021.

Things mentioned:

Amazing Man 2: Love Conquers All

BBC receives 109,741 complaints over Prince Philip coverage

“My Immortal” As Alchemical Allegory

The Count Censored

The Venus Project

Uncultured Swine’s episode on The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas

The AI Girlfriend Seducing China’s Lonely Men


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LessWrong posts Discussed in this Episode:

none, preempted by live chatting

Next Episode’s Sequence Posts:

The Logical Fallacy of Generalization from Fictional Evidence

Hold Off On Proposing Solutions

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Live Episode Announcement

The Live Episode will be in our Discord this Sunday (April 18th) at 12:00 Noon Mountain Time (which is UTC -6). Anyone can join the audio channel and listen along. Anyone who wants to chat with us or ask questions (which is the primary purpose of this episode) can be given Live Guest role to speak by pinging @Conspirator in this channel and asking for a voice.

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134 – We’ve Got Class

The gang discusses class in America, and Scott Alexander’s Modest Proposal to destroy American politics.

Source posts: Fussell On Class, and A Modest Proposal For Republicans: Use The Word “Class”

Also mentioned:
RattleFic Podcast
Our episode on Albion’s Seed


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Rationality: From AI to Zombies, The Podcast, and the other podcast

LessWrong posts Discussed in this Episode:

Original Seeing

How to Seem (and Be) Deep

Next Episode’s Sequence Posts:

The Logical Fallacy of Generalization from Fictional Evidence

Hold Off On Proposing Solutions

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