Jack Weatherford joined me for #18 on ‘A Curious Worldview’ podcast. Together we spoke about Mongolian culture, Genghis Khan & more!
Mongolia | The Land Of The Eternal Blue Sky, Genghis Khan & The Mongol Empire Mongolia, despite being just 3,000,000 people, have had an entirely outsized influence on history. The Mongolian conquests and Mongol empire of 13th century Genghis Khan majorly shifted the genetic structure and political geography of what would become billions of people. …
Geographic Determinism is the oversimplified idea that discounts culture and people over the lay of the land which determines everything.
Irina Slav comes onto the Curious Worldview podcast to explain the pro-oil narrative that is missing in the renewables debate.
Geothermal energy promises to completely disrupt and change the planet that we live on. How much is truth? and how much is exaggeration?
Is sand the most important solid substance on earth? This article analyses sand & sand mining to answer this question. What do you think?
Vince Beiser joined me on The Curious Worldview podcast recently. He is the author of The World In A Grain: The Story Of Sand.
Tom Raftery offers in this podcast a wonderfully green worldview for the future, pitting old age oil against new age renewables.
Beef & Cows & Cattle – How Do They Contribute To Food Waste & Climate Change? The Numbers Approximately 1,000,000,000 cattle worldwide 1 cow weighs between 500kg-1000KG 1KG of beef requires 15,000 litres of water 1KG of beef creates 60KG of CO2 emissions This is very back of the napkin stuff. But the maths works …
Oatly are another amazing company to come out of Sweden. Could they replace cow milk the world over? Time will tell…