The Tuttle Twins Podcast

408. How are Fractals an Example of Emergent Order?

Fractals are patterns in nature that can been seen in many places: nature, plants, trees, rivers, even within our own bodies! Ronni and Brittany talk about how fractals and fractal systems in society can be seen as examples of emergent, or spontaneous, order.  

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407. What Does It Mean to be Colorblind?

In the fight for equality, an important principle is one of colorblindness. Martin Luther King jr. Famously said that he wanted his children to be judged on the content of their character and not the color of their skin. But today, people seem to have forgotten that.  

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403. What is “Woke Capitalism”?

Ronni and Brittany talk about a conference that Ronni attended where she listened to a woman named Jennifer Sey talk about “woke capitalism”: companies that adopt progressive business practices in order to appear altruistic or virtuous or socially responsible. 

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400. What Does “Voice And Exit” Mean?

There will always be things about the world that need to be changed. But complaining about what we don’t like doesn’t do anything to fix the problem. Instead, we need to voice our opinions and have the courage to do something about it.  

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