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Carbon Removal Might Be the World’s Most Important Technology. How Does It Work?

Derek is joined by Giana Amador to explain the different carbon removal technologies and why some people think this advancement won’t ever work

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Curiosity Corner: Monkeypox Myths, Millennial Facts, and Overpopulation Fears

In the latest edition of "Curiosity Corner," Derek breaks down the myths around how monkeypox spreads, the affordability crisis for millenials, and more

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Is Old Music Killing New Music?

Ted Gioia joins to discuss the power of nostalgia in pop culture

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How the Democrats’ New Climate Bill Could Change the World

Derek heads a conversation with Robinson Meyer about the Democrats’ new climate deal and what it would mean on a global scale

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GDP Fell Again. So, Are We in a Recession?

Derek is joined by economics professor Austan Goolsbee to talk about the latest GDP report, America’s plummeting productivity, and more

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Crypto Crash, Part II: Packy McCormick Debates the Future of Web3

The writer joins Derek to discuss digital currency

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Crypto Crash Part 1: Debating the Case Against Crypto

In the first of two-part series about the crypto crash, Derek is joined by financial journalist turned venture capitalist Molly Wood to give her case against cryptocurrency

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Why It Seems Like So Many Countries Are Falling Apart

Political scientist Ian Bremmer joins Derek to discuss the many crises taking place around the world, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, prime minister exits in the U.K. and Italy, wildfires in Europe, economic collapses in Turkey and El Salvador, and more

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The World Is on Fire. Here’s a Realistic Plan to Save Humanity.

David Wallace-Wells joins to discuss climate change and Europe’s wildfires

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Three Ways the Elon Musk–Twitter Showdown Could End

Law professor Brian Quinn joins to discuss what’s next for the social media platform