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Roscoe's Wetsuit is a revolutionary podcast which will feature unfiltered, raw conversations with researchers, neuroscientists, music artists, entrepreneurs, and other amazing individuals. Roscoe's Wetsuit gives remarkable individuals a platform to communicate their thoughts and ideas freely, and engage in deep, meaningful discussions with the host.

Roscoe's Wetsuit is a revolutionary podcast which will feature unfiltered, raw conversations with researchers, neuroscientists, music artists, entrepreneurs, and other amazing individuals. Roscoe's Wetsuit gives remarkable individuals a platform to communicate their thoughts and ideas freely, and engage in deep, meaningful discussions with the host.
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Roscoe's Wetsuit is a revolutionary podcast which will feature unfiltered, raw conversations with researchers, neuroscientists, music artists, entrepreneurs, and other amazing individuals. Roscoe's Wetsuit gives remarkable individuals a platform to communicate their thoughts and ideas freely, and engage in deep, meaningful discussions with the host.

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English

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5415054670


Episodes

Roscoe's Wetsuit #11 - Sam Tullman: Brain mapping on death row pt. 2

10/22/2019
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Sam Tullman is a neurophysiology researcher and zen practicioner. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor's of Arts in Neurobiology and Neurosciences. Sam is a regular meditation practitioner, often attending multi-day silent retreats, learning various different forms of meditation. He currently is the lead QEEG technician at the PTSD Institute in Seattle, Washington, doing brain maps on prisoners often facing the death penalty. In part two of this two part...

Duration:01:03:00

Roscoe's Wetsuit #12 - Dr. Nizar Taki: Psycho-Cybernetics & Plastic Surgery

10/22/2019
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Dr. Nizar Taki is a plastic surgeon and Otolaryngologist (ENT) by training. He attended Tufts University School of Medicine and then did a plastic surgery fellowship at the University of Toronto. He is in the midst of a career change to life coaching. In the first of a two part episode, and the 12th edition of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, we discuss Nizar's route into plastic surgery and medicine, deciding on med school, and his realization that long-term happiness comes easier when...

Duration:01:01:30

Roscoe's Wetsuit: Journeying into Psycho-Cybernetics

10/22/2019
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In a clip from episode 12 of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, Dr. Nizar Taki explains how a book he read on plastic surgery and human behavior, called Psycho-Cybernetics, piqued his interest in cultivating personal development from the inside-out.

Duration:00:02:16

Roscoe's Wetsuit: Destigmatization of CBD

10/22/2019
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From episode 8 of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast. Sonic Science CBD Tim McDougall explains the versatility of CBD and public acceptance of CBD has been accepted over the past couple of years.

Duration:00:02:33

Roscoe's Wetsuit #12 - Dr. Nizar Taki: Psycho-Cybernetics & Plastic Surgery pt. 1

10/22/2019
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Dr. Nizar Taki is a plastic surgeon and Otolaryngologist (ENT) by training. He attended Tufts University School of Medicine and then did a plastic surgery fellowship at the University of Toronto. He is in the midst of a career change to life coaching. In the first of a two part episode, and the 12th edition of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, we discuss Nizar's route into plastic surgery and medicine, deciding on med school, and his realization that long-term happiness comes easier when...

Duration:01:01:30

Roscoe's Wetsuit #10 - Sam Tullman pt. 1: The Integration of Zen & Neuroscience

10/15/2019
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Sam Tullman is a neurophysiology researcher and zen practicioner. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor's of Arts in Neurobiology and Neurosciences. Sam is a regular meditation practitioner, often attending multi-day silent retreats, learning various different forms of meditation. He currently is the lead QEEG technician at the PTSD Institute in Seattle, Washington, doing brain maps on prisoners often facing the death penalty. In part 1 of this 2 part episode, we...

Duration:00:55:11

Roscoe's Wetsuit #9 - Randy Brantley: "I came from nothing"

10/12/2019
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Randy Brantley is an entrepreneur and who runs the Shell Island Shuttle, a boat touring service operating out of Panama City, Florida. Randy "came from nothing" and never quit in his quest to become a successful entrepreneur.

Duration:01:08:09

Roscoe's Wetsuit #8: Tim McDougall - Versatility of CBD

10/7/2019
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Tim McDougall is an entrepreneur and businessman with a mission to help people. He is the founder of Sonic Science CBD. After spending nearly a decade in the industry, he found his niche and recognized the country’s need for a premium hemp CBD provider. Since he created Sonic Science on Hilton Head Island, SC in 2016, Tim has landed coverage in print and news outlets including Leafly, High Times, Dope Magazine, Respect My Region, BuzzFeed and Hilton Head Monthly. In this edition of the...

Duration:01:09:29

Roscoe's Wetsuit #7 - Howie Bierbaum: How streaming has revolutionized the music industry

10/7/2019
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Howie Bierbaum is the co-founder of Wonder Ballroom, an intimate music venue in Portland Oregon, and worked as the tour manager for internationally renowned band, Pink Martini, for seven years. In the 7th edition of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, Howie and I discuss how streaming has changed the music business, advice on the mindset of young entrepreneurs, and how to pick the right business partners.

Duration:01:12:56

Roscoe's Wetsuit #6 - Chris Wycoff: Loss aversion & intermittent fasting

10/7/2019
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In the 5th episode of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, I talk with Chris Wycoff, a student at the University of Oregon studying computer science and biology. We discuss Chris' journey into biohacking, the various forms of intermittent fasting and their health benefits, and how Chris integrates his knowledge of psychology, physiology, and human performance into his life coaching practice.

Duration:01:12:20

Roscoe's Wetsuit #5 - Denzel Bolden: Social Psychology and the music industry

9/25/2019
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Denzel Bolden, a.k.a. "Knowbody is an up-and-coming music producer, singer, and hip hop artist. In today's episode we talked about social psychology principles of genuineness, or the lack there-of, in our everyday interactions with people, along with lessons learned from the music industry and what has inspired Denzel to be an artist.

Duration:01:50:29

Roscoe's Wetsuit #4 - Leila Alami: The Neurochemistry of Love

9/24/2019
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Leila Alami is a Clinical Psychophysiologist with a specialization in neurobehavioral disorders. She has a Master's of Mental Health from Nova Southeastern University and attained a Biomedical Neuroscience Graduate Certified Specialty at the University of Florida College of Medicine. She is trilingual in English, French, and Arabic. In today's show we discussed the neurochemistry of love and breakups, the latest research in the gut-brain axis, recovery from neurological injuries such as...

Duration:00:57:53

Roscoe's Wetsuit #5 - Denzel Bolden

9/23/2019
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Denzel Bolden a.k.a. "Knowbody," is an up-and-coming music producer, singer, and hip-hop artist. In today's episode we talked about social psychology principles of genuineness, or the lack there-of, in our everyday interactions, finding real friends, how putting on different "masks" causes us to lose our self-identity, and the intrigue of anti-heroes, such as the late rapper XXXtentacion.

Duration:00:16:31

Roscoe's Wetsuit #3 - Michael Tobin: The societal impacts of rising costs of higher education

9/12/2019
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Michael Tobin is a college student from the University of Oregon interning on the Wall Street Journal's Spot News Desk and is currently the Editor in Chief of the Emerald, the University of Oregon's student newspaper. In this episode, Toby and Michael discuss the media versus the people's responsibility to effectively convey and analyze news reports, avoiding bias as a journalist, and the escalating costs of higher education resulting in copious amounts of student debt, and how to decide...

Duration:01:04:18

Roscoe's Wetsuit #2 - Karl Wallenkampf: Finding passion in medicine

9/6/2019
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In the second episode of the Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast, Toby and Karl discuss Karl's journey into med school and finding his passion in medicine, how humor is an indicator of intelligence, debating the emerging problems posed by bioethics, and our mutual obsession with cold brew coffee!

Duration:01:26:22

Roscoe's Wetsuit #1 - Alex Eldemir: Ethical implications of gene editing & AI

8/29/2019
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Alex Eldemir is a recent Computer Science and Mathematics major graduate and collegiate rower from the University of Oregon. Toby and Alex discuss topics ranging from the societal and neurological consequences of information overload resulting from media overload in today's society to discussing how gene therapy could revolutionize athletic performance.

Duration:01:50:46