CVS Meta – 2019-01-05 – Solving induction by reduction deduction

In this episode I briefly introduce the famous “Problem of Induction” and give two simple examples of how we can use the purely deductive “Reduction to Absurdity” technique to arrive at 100% logical certainty concerning not only mathematical truths, but even fundamental principles of physical science.

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CVS Meta – 2019-01-03 – Solipsism and playing hard to get

This episode was inspired by two very different CVS listeners, John Revell and Robert White. I talk about solipsism and the irrational abuse of our freedom and every other good gift from our loving God, who is, in spite of our selfish tantrums, courting us with limitless patience. The bottom line: get over yourself, and let yourself be seduced by the King of Kings.

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Catholic vs. Atheist – 2019-01-02 – Robert White (in absentia)

This is my first ever “in absentia” ersatz interview. It was inspired by its namesake, Robert White, whom I have never met in real life, as far as I know–although that would be even more hilarious. In any case, this is just a fun survey of his trite anti-Catholic comments, which he has been scattering like high-octane manure all over my YouTube channel for the past 36 hours or so. Enjoy! LOL

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Catholic vs. Atheist – 2018-12-22 – Aron Ra

Going into this I knew nothing about Mr. Ra, but from his picture I knew I had a real character on my hands. He did not disappoint. The more I listen to him, the more I like him. I have a special fondness for that charming combination of gruff hostility and naive innocence. And he’s funny, too–I have never laughed so much during an interview.

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CVS Meta – 2018-12-24 – Solipsism vs. Monotheism

This episode of Meta explains how I went from Hard Solipsism to Monotheism in a heartbeat back in 2009. I was reading Descartes’ “Discourse on Method” when the conversion happened. Basically, I said to myself, either I’m God or God is God, so if God is not God then I am God. But I know that I am not God, and that God is God because if I am wrong then I am also not wrong, since if I am wrong when I say that I am not God then I am God and God cannot be wrong. Therefore I know that I am not wrong when I say that I am not God. Therefore I am not God. But if I am not God then God is God. Therefore God is God.

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