Pandemic Podcasting: What I learned from reading 50+ Books in 2020

  1. Patrick Bet-David: Your Next Five Moves! | by Brian Keating |
  2. An Elegy for a British Lioness: Margaret Burbidge (1919–2020)
  3. An interview with Stephen Wolfram: has he found a Theory of Everything?
  4. Eric Weinstein and the Soul of Physics | by Brian Keating
  5. Life lessons from Jim Simons: The ‘World’s Smartest Billionaire’
  6. Noam Chomsky: Turing, Musk, AI, and Cancel Culture!
  7. YouTube’s #1 Astronomer, Dr. Becky
  8. L. David Marquet: Great Leaders NEVER Say This Word!
  9. Michael Shermer on his new book, GIVING THE DEVIL HIS DUE
  10. Rapper, Entrepreneur, Podcaster: Zuby! A Brief History of Rhyme!

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Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor at UC San Diego. Host of The INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast Author of Losing the Nobel Prize. https://BrianKeating.com

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Brian Keating

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Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor at UC San Diego. Host of The INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast Author of Losing the Nobel Prize. https://BrianKeating.com

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