About This Show
Houston, we have a podcast.
Welcome to the show on how to moonwalk your life. Think interdimensional roller coaster, but for your mind.
We take big adventures and even bigger ideas, from science, to explore the ordinary – from how to be a better thinker to (most important) how to be better human being. Whether scientists or provocateurs, discover the wrinkles in everyday life. Uncover more at moonwalkpodcast.com.
Most Recent Episode
The Rational Spy: How Incentives Screw with Everything
If you hire a spy, a lot can happen. They can get caught. They can get tortured with endless roundhouse kicks to the face. And worst case scenario: they can die. So if you had to risk someone’s life to spy for your country, would you do it? And, more importantly, what does this teach us about what it means to be a better person? An economist helps us figure it out. The Facts Moonwalk is hosted, written, and produced by Mohnish Soundararajan. Episode was co-hosted by Kevin Sanji. Feedback is by Vysali Soundararajan. Special thanks to Benedetta Lerva. The research: East-West Germany espionage paper, Rotten Kid Theorem paper, and the “Pay Not to Go to the Gym” paper. Sign up for the insider newsletter for exclusive updates and book recommendations. Music is by Podington Bear, BitBasic, and Broke for Free.
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Rated 5 out of
Smart, smart, smart - also, really entertaining
If you're in high school or even an adult, this show is packed with actionable information, really insightful, and it's funny. It's a podcast that I wish I had when I was younger, because it cuts through the fog and really gets open, deep, and dives into each topic. Each episode will make you a better person for listening. Give it a listen! It's great.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 5 out of
Sincere, funny and honest
I love the stories these guys tell and that they allow themselves to be vulnerable on the show. Sincere and thoughtful advice that anyone can benefit from with facts backed up by research. Love it!
Date published: 2016-04-21