The 8th Deadly Sin: The Hamster In Your Brain – Freedom Feens live radio archive



Davi Barker and Michael W. Dean drop mad scientists and do some excellent peer-reviewed philosophy on how obsession is just the desire to create gone awry.

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5 Responses to The 8th Deadly Sin: The Hamster In Your Brain – Freedom Feens live radio archive

  1. Ben Stone says:

    Signs of Evil search:
    I think it may be influenced by cookies on the computer being used.
    I searched Signs of Evil with no quotes in Startpage with Foxfire set to New Private Window and the same with Explorer in InPrivate Browsing and she didn’t appear in the first two pages of either search.


    • Gretchen says:

      Good point, Bad Quaker – I must not have been using my private browser setting when I did the search. Tried it again doing so and got the same results as you. (Some frightening looking stuff on that search result!)

  2. Gretchen says:

    Some believe taking government handouts or working for the government will expedite it’s expansion and then it’s inevitable collapse. (This is similar to the mentioned possibility that whoever is advocating a draft is doing so to actually encourage people to speak out against war.) Fascinating concepts.

    Re: Signs of Evil Image Search – Dianna and her cat is 17th on a DuckDuckGo search. Due to 6/12/14 episode.

    Re: Body Modification – I’ve joked that the next thing will be amputations or something.

  3. Mark says:

    Huh? I was supposed to ground my tin foil hat?? Aw, Crap!

    I just did a Google Image search as you said, with the same result. Dianna and her cat came up second, ahead of Dr. Evil.. I wonder how that happened.

    • Michigan Escapee says:

      According to this paper you can simply put ferrite beads of varying sizes into a dielectric gel, do foil on the outside, and graphite or possibly thin silver foil on the inside to use your body as the ground plane.

      In this way the material eats up all the stray RF, so you can yap on your cell phone all day without cooking your brain, and making yourself crazier than a cell phone tower climber, or an even crazier the techs and engineers who work on the all the components.

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