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The Portal Podcast #037: Andrew Marantz – Surfing the Wake of The Woke

New Yorker writer and book author Andrew Marantz and Eric became friends shortly before the 2016 election when Andrew set off to write the first profile of Eric and Geometric Unity, his theory of Physics. Coming from similar ethnic and politically progressive backgrounds they found plenty of common cause.

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Essays The Portal Podcast

The Coming U.S. Election

This essay appears in audio format at the beginning of The Portal Podcast, Episode 37. Hello, it’s Eric with a few thoughts this week on the coming US election before we introduce this episode’s main conversation. Now, I should say upfront that this audio essay is not actually focused on the 2020 election, which is […]

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Guest Appearances

Bret Weinstein and Eric Weinstein: Fundamental Truth and How to Think About it

Brothers Bret & Eric Weinstein Discuss the nature of truth, Eric’s journey and objectives as a mathematician. They talk about geometric unity, and the obstacles to the discovery of fundamental truths that might transform our lives for the better, and protect humanity from catastrophic failures of wisdom. Like this content? Subscribe to the channel, like […]

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Critics and the IDW – Eric Weinstein on Rebel Wisdom’s Sensemaking Series

Over two years ago the New York Times reported on “a group of heretics, making an end run around the national conversation”, the Intellectual Dark Web. Since then the concept has been celebrated and criticised in equal measure. Rebel Wisdom talks to the man who came up with the name, mathematician Eric Weinstein, about the […]

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The Portal Clips

Jocko Willink – Friendship and the Importance of Fighting

In this Portal podcast clip, Eric Weinstein and Jocko Willink discuss friendship, responsibility, and the developmental importance of fighting. Please give this clip a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more clips every Saturday. “American men, men in the developed world don’t have any bonds that are comparable to the bonds that you’re talking about. In other […]