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Galvanized Self-Pluralism

E7 In this episode Tim and I briefly talk about my desire to make a music video. We then go on for most of the episode talking more about identity and furthering the self. I wanted to highlight the importance of remembering you are a breathing human who has control over all decisions, and you can overcome any anxiety that may prevent you from going forward. There is more to you than what you do, and as one of my favorite podcast hosts from “Blink 155″ says, “there is more to Bill than the...


National Anthem Protests & The Monty Hall Problem

E6 This one is a little different. We discuss the dilemma of the NFL and the debate between the national anthem and if it’s within the rights of the players to protest. We finish the episode with a good brain teaser. It is understood if this episode is the most boring out the ones we all put out so far. Tim and I recognize that we can’t just babble about stuff, so we’re looking forward to providing interesting content in future episodes.


Identity & Ethics: It’s A Long Road To Get It Right

EP 5 Tim and I expand on self-progression and what it means to be someone in 2017. Identity is such a large word in terms of the meaning behind it. All of us have an identity either created, obtained, or collected. It takes a lot to build one and it’s easy for people to get sucked into a world of pseudo-identity with the influences of higher institutions of people in political power and thriving convincing corporations. Without trying to go on about this now cyberpunk style description,...


Asteroids & Geology. Is Pluto a Planet?

E4 Tim makes a change in his college career. We talk about studies in general and I go on a monologe as to why I’m tired of the social work major. The power of communication is key in this E.P. Tim says we’ve been communicating for thousands of years so I was able to take that with a grain of salt We give our biased opinions on medication. In all seriousness we understand that depression is serious and just going out for a walk or finding a hobby won’t cure it. Tim talks about stuff...


Logic: Hurricane Irma & The Moon

EP3 Boy do we have a good one for you! In this episode we begin with some housekeeping from last episode and I (Jonah) talk about my semester begininng. Tim brings up Hurricane Irma and the declination of the state of Florida. This is also the time of year in which adult women become overly excited about a certain flavor of coffee (no spoilers!) I then go on about my philosophy obsession and intend to discuss logicical principles in the best way possible within the limitations of...


College Life and us Getting Used to Podcasts

In this episode Tim and I discuss a little Chris Farley, our college history, and our end goals. Please bear in mind we are getting used to switching from normal conversation to having a microphone in front of us. Hold your patience and maybe you’ll end up enjoying our funny experiment of a podcast!


College life/please skip this episode

In episode 2 Tim and I discuss the transition from Summer life into Fall life. What classes are we taking? What are we interested in? Where do we wanna head in the future? This episode should give you more information about us so we aren’t strangers to listerners anymore. Just a heads up, we are new to this whole podcast thingy ma gingy thingy so the directions fluctuate and the audio quality is not elite whatsoever. I really didnt want to post this because it may come across as boring....


Self-Introduction, The Internet, De-stression? And Hello!

Hello pod universe! Welcome to Amalga. Amalga got it’s name from the word “amalgamate” which means to unite two parts together (us two colliding together in intense conversation. Yes it’s so not cliche). At this space you will hear Tim and Jonah discuss all topics ranging from: our daily lives, psychology, social work, treatment, philosophical musings, comedy & humor, scientific analysis, life struggles & depression, diet, astronomy, and anything else that stimulates our vulnerable human...