Understanding human nature

Andy Thomas: The Truth is Out There

Broadcast Running Time: 40:50

Today, we welcome a guest from northern England, programmer and software author Andy Thomas (kuiper.zone), to discuss his new article titled 'Was Nietzsche Premature in Declaring the Death of God.' It's a sophisticated philosophical discussion today about science, God, the nature of free will, and the essence of reality. So why bring this up? He writes in his article that modern science demolishes any reason that we've had for thinking any one of three things: that God wasn't needed anymore, that God didn't exist, or that God couldn't exist. We're going deep on today's podcast!

John Loeffler

April 28, 2022

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It's important when studying history or looking up facts to understand the situation in context, otherwise everything gets clouded with judgment. John flies solo on today's podcast, recalling times where he was confronted with a problem and then drew upon conversations he had or books he read in the past in order to come up with a solution. When you Google facts, a lot of times the results are out of context. You need to understand facts in context in order to understand why people behave the way they do. Knowing human nature and applying it to history gives you a much clearer, fact-based look at our past, rather than the wokus-pokus version we often see. A good lesson for not only us but also our children.

Crisis Management

Broadcast Running Time: 1:58:48

John Loeffler

January 4, 2020

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It's a new year so it's time to reiterate what it is we actually do here at Steel on Steel. In the first boralogue of 2020, John reminds us that we take the 30,000-foot view of news and worldviews and analyze why people behave the way they do. Understanding human nature and the psychology of crowds, among other factors, will help to predict where we're heading as a society. You can count on John to do that as we careen through a new year of chaos.

Impeachment mania has taken over Washington DC but many people still aren’t familiar with the mechanics and history of impeachment. Timothy Snowball (www.pacificlegal.org), Attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation, is back with us to examine the difference between impeachment and removal, how the process works, and whether or not it's worth it politically.

How is it that someone can put such thought into studying things and get it so wrong all the time while others can think and debate and get it right? John takes a few moments to explain the deep and reliable foundations of a realistic and factual worldview base, using examples from today's news cycle to illustrate his point.

The country is divided and there is angst everywhere, perpetuated largely by the media on both ideological sides. Theologian and business expert Dr. Bruce Hartman (www.brucelhartman.com) joins us to show how we can only control what is within our ability to control and how faith in God can mitigate the fear and angst we feel every day.

John's quote of the week:
"So much ideology of today is faulty – it tries to violate the norms of human nature. They say, 'If we can just legislate it and force it and shame it, we'll all make it come about.' But reality always becomes real and human nature does not change."

The Extras Segment is back and we are playing an interview with Dr. Dennis Cuddy from December 2015 where he gives examples of possible future terrorist attacks in America, and shows us how ill-prepared we are to deal with them. The reason for this lack of prediction is due in large part to the globalists' plan to dumb down education.