Interview 1010 - Tim Ball on Geography, Climate and History

03/10/20154 Comments

Dr. Tim Ball of joins us once again to continue our philosophical exploration of the linkages between consciousness, geography, climate and history. In this conversation we discuss the transition from hunter/gatherer society to agrarian civilization and some of the early theorists of the connection between geography and human history.

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  1. Beau Boeye says:

    I have to say that I was very intrigued by this interview. I’m excited for the next interview with Tim!

  2. maxwell says:

    Hi James, glad to have you back 🙂 Are you familiar with Randall Carlson? I highly recommend listening to episode 501 of the Joe Rogan Experience. He has a very interesting knowledgeable view on climate change

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thanks for that tip Maxwell on Randall Carlson on Joe Rogan episode 501.

      Very interesting and gratifying. Fascinating panoramic view of human in relation to planet and climate.

  3. candideschmyles says:

    Is this some kind of trick to turn me into a troll?

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