February 02, 2020

The Raw Deal With Jim Fetzer 2020.02.02

James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is a philosopher of science and conspiracy theorist. Since the late 1970s, Fetzer has worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive science, especially artificial intelligence and computer science.

Today: Guest, Alison Maynard (Email: dinophile@gmail.com). Sandy Hook, Wolfgang Halbig etc.

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spoonful said...

Great show Sunny

Albert said...

Yes! She is very nice to Listen-to and makes a Great TEAM with Jim !!! :-)

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KnownUnknown said...

Yeah great show! Love that these guys stick to their guns unlike that fat sack of zio garbage Alex "i suck Trump balls" Jonestein

Alison said...

Thanks for your nice comments, you three!--Sunny

zapoper said...

Yeah. I don't always listen to the shows live but I got caught up in this one mostly because of Alison. I nearly wrote in the presentation that this was a good one. Now I wish I had because Alison commented here.

BTW. Sorry about misspelling your name. In French, Maynard is MΓ©nard. Jim is a cool dude but often doesn't tell us who his guests are and does not pronounce the names right. It often takes me 15 minutes to find the name and or site of the guest. Hell, last week it took me half an hour for one of the guest.

Anyway. Name corrected and link to the blog added.

Alison said...

Haha, your original spelling is exactly the phonetic pronunciation of the name, and yes, it is French, although the spelling was anglicized. Thanks very much!--Sunny

BREW said...
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BREW said...

Aside from Ivy West (rev radio, Saturdays), no one butchers names quite like, James Fetzer.

-- had to delete original comment, because freaking auto-correct changed James, to "Jane's" --- tick-me-off!!

BREW said...

@ Alison (with one L).

Fetzer was correct when he stated that no one was phoning in, due to the flow of information, and did not care to interrupt.

Between the two of you, there was little anyone else could have added, directly associated to the event, that either of you didn't know, thought, and or said.

Yes -- it was a good conversation.

kawika said...

Alison hardly got a word in edgewise. Jim, can you please let the guest tell her story without constant interruptions?