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SynTalk
SynTalk
f(q) = Is everything moving? (#TSAM) SynTalk is a freewheeling interdisciplinary talk show with a philosophical approach to understanding the world from a long term perspective.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.1 stars from 18 ratings
Beautiful!
Such a refreshing podcast. It makes one look at the world differently. It’s so enriching and full of knowledge, which is articulated so beautifully by all the guests and the host. I’m always looking forward to a new episode. Thank you so much, please keep going!
JdksksnwaKba via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/17/21
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SkittlesAreStraight via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/19
Where are the other half?
The three episodes I’ve listened to so far has not had a single woman guest (out of 9 guests), very strange!!!
morelight via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 03/03/19
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