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Lucidity

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Lucidity is a weekly episodic podcast where two friends do in-depth research looking for answers and clarifying misconceptions.

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Lucidity is a weekly episodic podcast where two friends do in-depth research looking for answers and clarifying misconceptions.

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By randomwierdo357 - Apr 08 2016
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This makes me feel happy right now! 10/10

fun time

By OK FO - Mar 19 2016
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only good things about IT, I LOVE IT SO CREATIVE YEAH

iTunes Ratings

13 Ratings
Average Ratings
13
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0
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0

Two Thumbs Up

By randomwierdo357 - Apr 08 2016
Read more
This makes me feel happy right now! 10/10

fun time

By OK FO - Mar 19 2016
Read more
only good things about IT, I LOVE IT SO CREATIVE YEAH
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Lucidity

Latest release on Nov 01, 2016

All 14 episodes from oldest to newest

Truthiness

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In this life we face two factors that divide us. Truth, and Truthiness. The facts of life vs. what feels right. From medical science, to climate change, to documented historical facts, society likes to ignore the truth and believe what feels true. Rethink everything and uncover the truth in Lucidity Season 2.

Nov 01 2016

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Interlude

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Lucidity Season 2 is coming November 1st. Rethink Everything.

Oct 25 2016

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Everything Dances

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Everything in the universe has rhythm, everything dances. Music is the organic drug that drives us to happiness and emotional expression. It inspires us, invigorates us and is the universal language we all understand.

May 10 2016

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Our Convictions

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Innocent people have died at the hand of the law. A miscarriage of justice is not an uncommon tragedy and it can happen to anybody. The public must be aware of this issue. Join as we look into the life of an innocent man who served 22 years on death row, Joe D’Ambrosio.

Apr 26 2016

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All Shook Up

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Child abuse is a horrendous, disgraceful act of violence of innocent lives... however, not every case of abuse is as accurate as we believe, especially in the case of Shaken Baby Syndrome. We live in a world of fear and epidemic. In order to see with clarity, we must understand the science behind our fears. Join us as we interview Susan Goldsmith, writer and producer of The Syndrome, now in select theaters and on demand.

Apr 19 2016

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Home

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Science has provided an endless supply of data suggesting that Earth’s climate is changing due to human activity. Despite the truth, many people are in pure denial. If we don’t try to change our behavior, we may forever destroy this place we call home.

Apr 12 2016

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Next Round's On Me

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Alcohol. It’s everywhere. In our history, economy, art, culture, music, and relationships. But what role does it play in your life? Join us as we explore the historical significance and ethical role of alcohol in our lives. This next round’s on us. Cheers!

Apr 05 2016

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Turning Inward

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As we explore the world around us, we find that the greatest mysteries are found within ourselves. Human cognition and mental illness are young fields in which only a slice has been uncovered. The serious conditions of many have sadly fallen to social stigma and glamorization. Many are hurting. Many are misunderstood.

Mar 22 2016

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Being Mom

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A mother’s love is special. It’s unconditional and endlessly affectionate. However, parenthood is no walk in the park. Mothers play such a powerful role in our lives and everything they do has an impact to some degree. Join us as we compare the perspective of motherhood from a new young mother to that of an older veteran mother.

Mar 15 2016

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Kids These Days

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Every generation believes itself to be more intelligent than the one before it and wiser than the one after it. It turns out that Millennials aren’t as bad as people think. The generation gap has always existed, it isn’t something new. There is hope for the future.

Mar 08 2016

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