< 1 min read In a wide-ranging conversation, Jamie Franklin spoke with Nick about initial responses to the Covid-19 situation, the relationship between facts, data and narratives, the WHO pandemic preparedness treaty, the evils of centralised solutions to complex problems, the decline of Christianity and emergent globalist secularism and the importance of a creating a society that can develop through an environment of conjecture and criticism.
In the Media
< 1 min read Conversations with people never knowing where it goes. Robbie Robertson interviews David Bell who served as Head of Malaria/AFS at Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND). He has a background in clinical medicine and tropical public health, with expertise in malaria epidemiology and modeling of interventions. Previously, he coordinated malaria diagnostics strategy with the World Health Organization.
< 1 min read Ultimate Enlightentainment. The messy times we live in are no accident. An entrepreneurial financier provides unvarnished clarity about the truth behind politicians’ lies, while providing equal airtime to positive, creative people advancing our understanding and appreciation of the world. Christopher Messina is joined by a rotating cast of guests and co-hosts to dive deeply into the objective reality we inhabit, calling out those who distort truth for their own purposes, while encouraging people building positivity in their work and communities.
< 1 min read The SUNDAY WIRE, with host Patrick Henningsen, is joined by Nick Hudson, financial and data analyst and founder of PANDA, to discuss his recent run-in with digital high priests of the Silicon Valley over the issue of freedom of speech online, and the tyranny of narratives and ‘the latest thing.’