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Now displaying: February, 2020
Feb 27, 2020

In this episode we tackle "is it racist?" along with stereotypes and finally give Loups his long awaited nickname!

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Thank you to Rochester Lapidary Jewelers

Feb 24, 2020

Dr. Anthony Jay joins us to talk about the effects of plastic on our hormonal system and also dives deep into the gut biomes effects on our neurochemistry. Get personalized biology consulting done by him at aj@ajconsultingcompany.com 

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Thank you to Rochester Lapidary Jewelers

Feb 21, 2020

In this episode we try our hardest to get a Fiji sponsorships while breaking down the depths of what it means to really embrace the weirdo lifestyle. Plus a special double performance for One Off!

Feb 20, 2020

In this episode I interview the DMT Jesus, Dr. Rick Strassman. Rick headed the groundbreaking study that reshaped the way the planet perceives psychedelics and their medical benefits in the early 90's in New Mexico.

Feb 12, 2020

Nick and Tim talk the loss of Kobe Bryant, the future of the Astronauts and the Astral Network, cancel culture and Timmys commercial he shot with a dog that didn't like him very much. Thank you to Rochester Lapidary Jewelers for sponsoring the show!

Feb 7, 2020

Carlos Tanner is the founder of the Ayahuasca Foundation. He stems from his own awakening from the grips of heroin addiction where he miraculously survived after waking up from a car accident in a flowing river. The idea for the Ayahuasca Foundation was born from a desire to spread the science of plant medicine back into the world. The Foundation supports the preservation of indigenous wisdom and culture, offering healing retreats and educational courses, and conducting research focused on the ayahuasca healing tradition used for millennia by indigenous healers of the Peruvian Amazon. The Ayahuasca Foundation also supports the preservation of the Amazon rainforest, and promotes educational efforts to raise awareness about sustainability, permaculture, and harmonious environmental relationships. The Foundation participates in community outreach programs and cultural reeducation projects.

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