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Join host Mike Schubert as guests compete to solve children’s mysteries from Encyclopedia Brown, Scooby Doo, and more for charity! The winning contestant chooses the charity, and the prize pool is made up of the proceeds from the show’s Patreon account. Feel free to play along at home and put the pedal to the meddle!
 
Join Mike Schubert, a grown man reading the Harry Potter series for the first time, as he sits down with HP fanatics to poke fun at plot holes, make painfully incorrect predictions, and bask in the sassiness of the characters. Schubes and his guests cover a portion of the Harry Potter franchise each week, taking you on a journey through your childhood, this time with the rose-tinted glasses off.
 
The stoke about wingfoiling (wingsurfing) is real and in this podcast we are all about our new favourite sport. We interview your beloved instagram wingfoilers and ask them all your questions. How do you get started? What should you buy? Where can you wingsurf? Who is who? We cover all your questions and we share the stoke. If you want to reach out, please contact me via Instagram, @dgraffe. #GoWingIt Daniel
 
Here we talk everything Polyvagal and Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) related. Dr Porges has provided us with a revolutionary framework for understanding the connection between our autonomic nervous system and behaviour based on perceptions of threat or safety. The SSP acoustic intervention is an exciting new therapy helping people all around the world. We will explore topics to help us better understand our neurobiology and how that relates to recovery and optimal health.
 
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Emily provides an introduction to the research collaboration READI – an organisation that conducts collaborative research to further the aims of the effective altruism movement. She outlines recent findings from the Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour (SCRUB), which grew out of READI, regarding what the Australian public thinks abo…
 
Megan Gailey, playing for Fair Fight, and C.J. Toledano, playing for AAPI Women Lead, put their detective skills (and marriage?) to the test to crack some cases from The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo! This is our most elegant episode yet, as tea sandwiches and proper complimenting are discussed. Cases: Tag, Not It; Fool’s Gold; The Egg Mystery Clues …
 
Despite the buzz around data-driven decision-making, it’s much easier to say than to do. Tony shares how IDinsight developed its Learning Partnership model to enable global development decision-makers – from government ministers to NGO leaders – to use real-time data to inform their policies and programs. He shares how IDinsight’s embedded teams ar…
 
Kim and Sequoia from Fanatical Fics and Where to Find Them lend their fanfiction expertise to help Schubes fully grasp the absurdity that is My Immortal, the most infamous fanfic. Topics include: Picasso’s Blue period, earnest parody, spelling errors, Evanescence, MySpace Energy, Mike’s prep phase, flipping off, Subaru, mall goth, Mary Sue, thesaur…
 
Abel Lago is a world champion, waterman and in charge of the development for all the RRD equipment. In this episode we talk about the conditions in Galicia where he lives and runs his water sports school. We deep dive into foils and what the rear wing does, what difference a fuselage can make, mast length and everything else we always wanted to ask…
 
Considering starting your own charity? Nikita and Corrina discuss Fortify Health‘s startup journey, and the room for improvement in one important part of the current charity-startup landscape: contextual expertise. They make the call for more country-based founders to consider starting new, effective organisations and applying to the Charity Entrep…
 
Rex Testarossa, playing for the Know Your Rights Camp, and Jonas Robinett, playing for the Asian American Advocacy Fund, not only tackle Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, but also LAFFY TAFFY RIDDLES! That's, right! The fan-favorite Laffy Taffy Lightning round is BACK, BAYBEE! Cases: The Case of the Counterfeit Dough, The Case of the Astronaut Duck, Th…
 
In this episode, Johannes shares his thoughts on climate from an EA perspective including the latest recommendations from Founders Pledge on how to have an outsized impact through donations, as well as reflections on opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. Johannes joined the research team of Founders Pledge in 2019. He brings five years of exper…
 
In our final Puffs interview, Schubes chats with the cast members who specifically played multiple roles that were wildly different from each other. The actors talk about their process and share incredible Puffs stories! Topics include: freeing villainy, limp Irish genetics, the most beautiful creation, supervillain confidence, honoring actors, imp…
 
Zane Kekoa Schweitzer is a Hawaiian waterman and inspiring human being. In this interview he tells the story about wingfoiling jaws for the first time, what the ultimate waterman championship is, how he teaches his students wing foiling in a couple of days and how he talked Pete Cabrinha into handing him the first wing on the island. Growing up wit…
 
In this episode, Jason explains why it’s important to determine which creatures have moral standing and how that knowledge might affect the way we prioritize interventions and causes. He showcases one method for grappling with this problem, and outlines what skills are necessary to make progress in this area. Jason Schukraft is a Senior Research Ma…
 
Emma Sherr-Ziarko, playing for Power On, and Zach Libresco, playing for Buddy System, tackle mysteries from A NEW DETECTIVE TO MEDDLING ADULTS, Shelby Woo! We’ve got three action-packed mysteries to unravel, and these guests' determination to solve them is only met by their dedication towards showering each other in compliments. ​ Cases: The Itchy …
 
A journalist, podcaster and communications expert talk about how to best explain EA ideas to the public — maximising understanding and minimising frustration. Rob Wiblin studied both genetics and economics at the Australian National University (ANU), graduating top of his class and being named Young Alumnus of the Year in 2015. He worked as a resea…
 
Oh you thought this movie was bad so far? WE'RE AT THE PART WHERE EVERYTHING GOES OFF THE RAILS. NOTHING CAN PREPARE YOU FOR THESE SHENANIGANS. Topics include: birthdays, Yes and/No but, Leta destroying your puzzle, The Titanic, misogynistic family trees, The Lizzie McGuire movie, the pink rhinoceros theory, LES NON MAGIQUE, shit stew, creepy hugs,…
 
Sam Aben is a 17-year old Dutch allround rider (big air, kite wave, wing and kite foil racing) who aspires to go to the 2024 Olympics in kite foil racing. As a f-one and Manera rider who is going to finish his highschool his year he want's to dedicate his gap year completely to his training for the Dutch Olympics campaign. In this episode we talked…
 
Stefan discusses the importance of considering our own and others’ emotions and psychological limits when practising effective altruism. Stephan Schubert is a researcher at the Social Behaviour and Ethics Lab, University of Oxford, working in the intersection of moral psychology and philosophy. He focuses on psychological questions of relevance to …
 
Joey Richter, playing for Feeding Texas, and Ashley Clements, playing for The Trevor Project, battle it out over some Scooby Doo mysteries! It's a Tin Can Bros. internal battle of the Solve It Squad! Cases: San Franpsycho; Old Mexico, New Monster; Hi-Tech House of Horrors Clues & Evidence: The Bailey School kids, Captain Underpants, Ryan Sheckler, …
 
Daniel talks about why self-care is challenging yet essential for almost anything you care about, and how you can manage your resources more deliberately. Quote from Daniel’s bio: “In my coaching practice, I help people in the effective altruism community face difficult challenges and make their biggest contribution to the world while taking care o…
 
Dottie James (@DotttieJames) lends her writing expertise to pick up the torch and further analyze Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald! Topics include: Hedwig’s theme on cocaine, Leonardo Dicaprio meme, the boggart lesson, The West Wing, The Frenchwoman, Black Panther, The Mirror of Kcabhsalf, Bane, 1920s Google Maps, Dragon Ball Z, and more…
 
Tim Schubert arbeitet bei Duotone bzw. bei Boards'n'More, der Firma hinter der marke Duotone. In dieser Folge erzählt Tim dir alles über den Slick, den neuen Wing von Duotone. Außerdem erfährst du warum man Fenster in einem Wing braucht und wann ein Boom (Gabelbaum) oder Handles (Schlaufen) besser sind. Weitere Infos und Kontakt zu Tim kannst du hi…
 
Adrian Kerr is the host of the kitesurf365 podcast and the megapod, both podcasts are on the kitesurf365.com platform and Adrian and his co-host Colin recently mentioned this podcast in one of there episodes. That was reason enough for me to get in touch with Adrian and to ask him how the kitesurfing scene currently looks at wingfoiling. We also co…
 
In this episode, Evan and Caroline share personal stories about their careers surrounding artificial intelligence. Evan Hubinger was an AI safety research intern at OpenAI before joining MIRI. His current work is aimed at solving inner alignment for iterated amplification. Evan was an author on “Risks from Learned Optimization in Advanced Machine L…
 
Hi everyone, Welcome to Episode # 15 Yes..... it's finally here....a new episode!! Today I have the utmost pleasure of speaking with Tracy Stackhouse, Occupational Therapist and Executive Director at Neurodevelopmental FX a non-profit organization providing clinical and training services to engage and evaluate pediatric therapeutic practice. I love…
 
Ian Chillag, playing for Water Drop LA, and Mike Danforth, playing for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, put the pedal to the meddle to solve some Encyclopedia Brown mysteries! It’s a How To Do Everything reunion, so let’s see if “solve children’s mysteries” was one of the everything Mike and Ian taught us all how to do. Cases: The Case …
 
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