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An aggressive optimist, Jason believes strongly in the power of the individual to improve themselves and thus, the world.  Believing in the beauty of all things he finds true joy in interacting with unique individuals, helping them find their best possible self.  Be sure to subscribe to his podcast, Spinning Logic and sign up for his newsletter to be notified of new posts.

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Spinning Logic #161 Solocast

This week I sit down for my second ever solocast to talk about some of the changes coming to the Spinning Logic Podcast. Jason Havey on Instagram Twitter and Facebook Show Notes Spinning Logic Russ Dean Spinning Logic Rabah Rahil Kim Yo-jang Korean Unified Hockey Team Kratom Freedom Fries... read more

Spinning Logic #160 John Wilford

John Wilford is the state chair of the Libertarian Party of Texas and has served as state treasurer and as a district representative on the State Libertarian Executive Committee. He is also one of the hosts of the Six Pack Philosophy podcast.   John Wilford on Instagram Facebook and Twitter Check out the Six Pack Philosophy Podcast on Instagram and Twitter and Youtube Learn more about the Texas Libertarian Party at LPTexas.org Find out about Texas State Libertarian Convention at convention.lptexas.org   Show Notes Planck Length Fermi Paradox Non Aggression Principle Whiskey Rebellion Larry Sharp William... read more

Spinning Logic #159 Karin Jensen

Karin Jensen is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist whose research includes investigations of the placebo effect, and how cognitive processes shape pain perception. She has been the leading scientist in a novel line of studies that explore the role of conscious awareness and intellectual ability in placebo responses. Karin Jensen’s Karolinska Page Show Notes Placebo Nocebo Open Label Placebo Munschausen by proxy Luana Colloca Placebo Study Placebo in pets Placebo in Doctor Appearance Placebo Effect in Surgery Karolinska Institute... read more

Latest Podcasts

Spinning Logic #161 Solocast

This week I sit down for my second ever solocast to talk about some of the changes coming to the Spinning Logic Podcast. Jason Havey on Instagram Twitter and Facebook Show Notes Spinning Logic Russ Dean Spinning Logic Rabah Rahil Kim Yo-jang Korean Unified Hockey Team Kratom Freedom Fries... read more

Spinning Logic #160 John Wilford

John Wilford is the state chair of the Libertarian Party of Texas and has served as state treasurer and as a district representative on the State Libertarian Executive Committee. He is also one of the hosts of the Six Pack Philosophy podcast.   John Wilford on Instagram Facebook and Twitter Check out the Six Pack Philosophy Podcast on Instagram and Twitter and Youtube Learn more about the Texas Libertarian Party at LPTexas.org Find out about Texas State Libertarian Convention at convention.lptexas.org   Show Notes Planck Length Fermi Paradox Non Aggression Principle Whiskey Rebellion Larry Sharp William... read more

Spinning Logic #159 Karin Jensen

Karin Jensen is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist whose research includes investigations of the placebo effect, and how cognitive processes shape pain perception. She has been the leading scientist in a novel line of studies that explore the role of conscious awareness and intellectual ability in placebo responses. Karin Jensen’s Karolinska Page Show Notes Placebo Nocebo Open Label Placebo Munschausen by proxy Luana Colloca Placebo Study Placebo in pets Placebo in Doctor Appearance Placebo Effect in Surgery Karolinska Institute... read more

Spinning Logic #158 – Dr. Rashawn Ray

Dr. Rashawn Ray is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park. His research addresses the mechanisms that manufacture and maintain racial and social inequality. He has published over 40 books, articles, chapters, and op-eds and has written for the New York Times and Huffington Post, NBC News and Public Radio International. Connect with Dr. Ray on his Website Dr Ray is also the Co-Editor of Contexts Magazine Show Notes Cognitive Dissonance Implicit Bias Selective Perception Believing Is Seeing: The Effects of Racial Labels and Implicit Beliefs on Face Perception The Young OG’s... read more

Spinning Logic #157 – Skylar Bayer

Skylar Bayer holds a Ph.D. in Marine Biology from the University of Maine, and is currently a postdoctoral researcher who specializes in Marine Ecology and Reproductive Biology. She is also the co-host of the sometimes monthly podcast Strictly Fishwrap Science radio hour.  Connect with Skylar on Twitter Check out Strictly Fishwrap Connect with Jason on Facebook Twitter and Instagram Show Notes Transposition of the great arteries Fermented Greenland Shark Hakarl The Story Collider episode about falling in love Rock Coast Rollers Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Skylar’s segment on The Colbert Report Skylar’s TEDx... read more

Spinning Logic #156 – Cole Imperi

Cole Imperi is an award winning Designer and end-of-life professional. She is a certified Thanatologist and has worked with death and dying for more than a decade. Connect with Cole Imperi on Facebook Tumblr Twitter Instagram Check out her podcast Life, Death and Tarot Show Notes Black Swan Yoga Shavasana Ketogenic Diet The Child’s Discovery of Death by Sylvia England Cole’s Tedx Talk Lifted by Little Deaths I love You Kristi World Record The Cooper Union... read more

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Memoirs

My Independence Day • Two Years Sober

Two years ago today I gave up alcohol. I consider July 6th to be my own Independence Day. That decision has given me the freedom to chase my dreams unencumbered by the passion dampening effects of a substance. Since then I have had the most empowering and productive two years of my life.

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Emotional Bank Account

Relationships are a series of emotional withdrawals and deposits you make with another person. A person who often makes more withdrawals than deposits. Those withdrawals come in the form of your time, love and attention.

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The Vitamin of Love

I think of Love like a vitamin that we all need. For some people Love is like Vitamin D and they can produce it internally, for others it is like Vitamin C and they must get it from an external source. For us to truly love others we must be able to produce love ourselves so we aren’t dependent on an external source, otherwise we just take love from others until they have nothing left to give.

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