Fights With Friends is The Ripple Effect Podcast version of The Fight Companion podcast, made popular by Joe Rogan. Which is when we stream LIVE during MMA events, hang out, drink, laugh and talk about everything and anything. On this episode we streamed live for UFC Fight Night 106 on FS1. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Facebook or Twitter to find out when we will be streaming live for our next Fights With Friends.
Celldweller is a musical project created by multi-instrumentalist, artist, producer, songwriter, performer, programmer, and remixer Klayton.
Klayton is best known for his Celldweller project but some might know him from his Circle of Dust or Scandroid projects.
His music has been used in video games like Need For Speed, films like Deadpool & TV shows like America's Got Talent, to name a few.
Klayton is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, skillfully playing everything from guitars, bass, drums and keys to operating a massive collection of modular synthesizers. Klayton’s sound is further characterized by his intricate production in editing, programming and mixing.
Klayton approaches musical genres as a Mixed Martial Artist approaches fighting – fluidly combining each style in cohesive mastery of the arts. Klayton’s arsenal of styles ranges from Drum & Bass, Orchestral, Rock n Roll, Electro, Metal, Psy-Trance, Tribal Percussion, Modular Synthesis, Pop, Metal, Glitch-Hop, Breaks, Experimental Noise, Sound Design and beyond.
James Corbett, researcher, filmmaker, writer, podcaster & creator of The Corbett Report. The Corbett Report is an independent, listener-supported alternative news source. CorbettReport.com provides podcasts, interviews, videos & articles about current events, historical events & important issues from 9/11 & false flag events to government surveillance, eugenics, geopolitics, central banking fraud & much more.
James and I talk about Trump, Milo, Pizzagate, Alex Jones, collectivism, fake news, parenting and much more.
Fights With Friends is The Ripple Effect Podcast version of The Fight Companion podcast, made popular by Joe Rogan. We will be streaming LIVE during UFC 209 Woodley vs Thompson 2 on pay-per-view. Hang out with us as we watch the the event, drink, laugh and talk about everything and anything.
Eric Merola, filmmaker of the very popular and controversial documentary Burzynski: the Movie, and also Burzynski: Cancer is Serious Business; Part II, Second Opinion and THE GOD CELLS: Fetal Stem Cell Controversy.
Eric was on episode 13 with Dr. Burzynski to talk about & share Dr. Burzynski's story and historic fight with the FDA and he returns to talk about his new film, THE GOD CELLS: Fetal Stem Cell Controversy, which is now available.
Del Bigtree is an Emmy Award-winning producer on the daytime talk show The Doctors. He is also an investigative journalist & producer of the documentary VAXXED: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, which is about possibly the biggest cover-up of our time. An CDC whistle-blower, Dr. Thompson, exposes an CDC study he was a part of, that showed clear scientific links between the MMR vaccine & autism.
With Del's background as both a filmmaker and an investigative medical journalist, he is best known for combining visually impactful imagery, raw emotional interviews and unbiased investigative research into stories that push the envelope.
On the 2nd part of the show, Polly Tommey joins us. She is the mother a 20-year old boy with autism, an author, founding & Editor-in-Chief of the world’s preeminent autism magazine The Autism File, an TV host on Autism Media Channel and an award-winning documentary film producer for the film “Who Killed Alex Spourdalakis”. Polly is also a producer on the film VAXXED and shares her story in the film.
Dr. Darcia Narvaez is an professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame, author & researcher. She is an expert in how human beings raise children in different cultures around the world.
Dr. Narvaez academic scholarship has moved from work on nonconscious moral rationality (in the 1990s), to moral character education in the schools (late 1990s- early 2000s), to the neurobiology of moral development (mid 2000s to present), to the study of evolved parenting practices (presently), and the study of small-band hunter-gatherers who represent the type of society in which humans evolved (presently). All this comes together in a moral developmental systems theory that emphasizes the ongoing epigenetic plasticity of how we develop our humanity and our morality. We are co-constructed by our families and our experiences and thats why the focus of our conversation was on all the myths, mistakes and issues with the modern way of parenting and the research that supports these claims.
If you are a parent, will one day be, or just want to further understand our influence on the development of children, this is a must listen to episode. The information & research shared on this podcast can help prevent making mistakes that could lead to permanent damage & could help you better understand the consequences of our actions & our most common misunderstandings of the needs of children.
Richard Grove is a forensic historian, author, filmmaker, podcaster & became a corporate whistleblower in 2004 when he discovered a stream of corruption permeating our society. Since then he has dedicated his time and efforts to collecting the artifacts and evidence which illustrate the ongoing corruption of justice. He is the founder of the Tragedy & Hope website & the Peace Revolution Podcast which is media to educate and inform those who seek to understand how our world really works.
Tom Secker is a British based writer, researcher, author, podcaster and filmmaker who specializes in the security services, terrorism and declassified history. He is a leading researcher on the London 7/7 bombings and has two documentaries & published a book on the event. He also is a leading researcher on the relationship between Hollywood and the CIA, and the CIA's use of TV & film for propaganda.
Douglas Rushkoff, author, media theorist, lecturer & documentarian who has been on shows like The Colbert Report, TED Talk, Frontline, Vice, The Joe Rogan Experience & many more. He was also # 6 on MIT's most important public intellectuals.
Douglas returns to the show to talk about how civilization has been structured & different ways we can restructure it, the pros & cons of technology, how we can use technology to benefit civilization instead of it being mindless entertainment or another way for corporations to make money, we talk education, the future, the past and the present. We also talk about his most recent books 'Throwing Rocks At The Google Bus' and 'Aleister & Adolf' and his new podcast Team Human.