Bret Weinstein is creating content on evolution, civilization, and intolerance.
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patrons

Thank you for seeking me out here. I feel like I’ve been cast into a whirlwind, and that makes it very difficult to know how to bring important material to the public. That said, the chorus of voices asking me to do that, over email and social media, has been completely overwhelming. Thank you.

Because that call has been so clear and nearly universal, I feel compelled, though the dust is far from settled at Evergreen, to move forward on this platform, despite the fact that it’s bound to be a little rough at first. I will be posting videos on YouTube, and writing on Medium.

Here’s what you can expect:

The Evergreen story is the tip of a very large and important iceberg. I am quickly going to move off of the details of Evergreen’s absurd descent into madness, and shift to discussing the larger implications for academic institutions, and the breakdown in discourse across civilization that it mirrors. 

Many are also telling me that you want to hear deep, evolutionary analysis. My wife and I have been hearing from students for 15 years that this material must be brought into public view, because it is transformative. I don’t believe in fate, but I am a huge fan of serendipity. If you want to know why living things, including humans, are structured as they are and behave the way that they do: Stay tuned. The story is a surprising one, and many Evergreen students have found it revolutionizing of their world view.

Here's my TEDx talk on the personal responsibility vortex and you can visit my website here: https://bretweinstein.net.

Here we go.
Rewards
An email a month
$2 or more per month
Receive an email a month from Bret, on wide-ranging topics, such as those discussed on The Rubin Report and The Joe Rogan Experience.
Vote on future topics
$5 or more per month
Once a month: Choose your favorite topic among a list that I provide. Winningest topic gets a lecture on it. Topics might include: What is grief? What is love? Why are humans ticklish? Why is civilization failing now? Is there hope for us, and where might it lie? Should we fear Artificial Intelligence? Does race have a biological meaning? What is humor?
Strategizing for the Coalition of the Reasonable
$100 or more per month
A two-hour roundtable (google hangout) on the first Saturday of every month (10am-noon Pacific time), in which the goal is to bootstrap the Coalition of the Reasonable, uniting cogent perspectives from across the political landscape.
Monthly interactive lecture on evolution
$250 or more per month
I present, you ask as many questions as you want. Two hours. First Sunday of the month, 10am-noon Pacific time, google hangout. 
Goals
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At least two new pieces of content per month, on YouTube or Medium.
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Thank you for seeking me out here. I feel like I’ve been cast into a whirlwind, and that makes it very difficult to know how to bring important material to the public. That said, the chorus of voices asking me to do that, over email and social media, has been completely overwhelming. Thank you.

Because that call has been so clear and nearly universal, I feel compelled, though the dust is far from settled at Evergreen, to move forward on this platform, despite the fact that it’s bound to be a little rough at first. I will be posting videos on YouTube, and writing on Medium.

Here’s what you can expect:

The Evergreen story is the tip of a very large and important iceberg. I am quickly going to move off of the details of Evergreen’s absurd descent into madness, and shift to discussing the larger implications for academic institutions, and the breakdown in discourse across civilization that it mirrors. 

Many are also telling me that you want to hear deep, evolutionary analysis. My wife and I have been hearing from students for 15 years that this material must be brought into public view, because it is transformative. I don’t believe in fate, but I am a huge fan of serendipity. If you want to know why living things, including humans, are structured as they are and behave the way that they do: Stay tuned. The story is a surprising one, and many Evergreen students have found it revolutionizing of their world view.

Here's my TEDx talk on the personal responsibility vortex and you can visit my website here: https://bretweinstein.net.

Here we go.

Recent posts by Bret Weinstein

Rewards
An email a month
$2 or more per month
Receive an email a month from Bret, on wide-ranging topics, such as those discussed on The Rubin Report and The Joe Rogan Experience.
Vote on future topics
$5 or more per month
Once a month: Choose your favorite topic among a list that I provide. Winningest topic gets a lecture on it. Topics might include: What is grief? What is love? Why are humans ticklish? Why is civilization failing now? Is there hope for us, and where might it lie? Should we fear Artificial Intelligence? Does race have a biological meaning? What is humor?
Strategizing for the Coalition of the Reasonable
$100 or more per month
A two-hour roundtable (google hangout) on the first Saturday of every month (10am-noon Pacific time), in which the goal is to bootstrap the Coalition of the Reasonable, uniting cogent perspectives from across the political landscape.
Monthly interactive lecture on evolution
$250 or more per month
I present, you ask as many questions as you want. Two hours. First Sunday of the month, 10am-noon Pacific time, google hangout.