Human Current is creating podcasts, videos, blogs and a book
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The Human Current is passionate about spreading awareness of complex system science and systems thinking. We work very hard to share diverse and engaging content. We have published over 100 podcast episodes featuring a wide range of experts, practitioners, scientists, and enthusiasts from the complexity science community. We also repurpose many of our podcast interviews into videos, graphics, and blogs so we engage with a wider audience. We are currently writing a book about our podcast journey, including stories, anecdotes, and quotes from many of our amazing guests.

During our three years of podcasting, we have talked with top influencers including: Stephen Wolfram (founding father of complexity science), Yaneer Bar-Yam (President of the New England Complex Systems Institute), Dave Snowden (founder of Cognitive Edge), Jean Boulton (co-author of Embracing Complexity), Melanie Mitchell (author & professor at the Santa Fe Institute), Cesar Hidalgo (MIT professor), Margaret Wheatley (best-selling author & chaos theory practitioner), Dean Radin (Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences), Albert-László Barabási (renowned author & the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science) & so many more!

We have also made strong relationships within the complexity science community. We are connected with the New England Complex Systems Institute, an independent academic research and educational institution which has been instrumental in the development of complex systems science and its applications. This wonderful Institute named us their official podcast for their Ninth International Conference on Complex Systems and we continue to support their work by promoting their newly released scientific research. We are also connected with Complexity Labs, an online platform dedicated to making complexity and systems thinking accessible to all through education and collaboration. Once a month, we facilitate collaborative video discussions with Complexity Labs. These collaborative discussions, called Complexity Live, focus on different topics related to complexity or systems thinking and feature a variety of guest experts.

Tiers
Complexity Lover
$2 or more per month


Complexity Enthusiast
$5 or more per month


Goals
9 of 250 patrons
When we reach 250 patrons, we will send our book about our podcast journey to a publisher. 
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The Human Current is passionate about spreading awareness of complex system science and systems thinking. We work very hard to share diverse and engaging content. We have published over 100 podcast episodes featuring a wide range of experts, practitioners, scientists, and enthusiasts from the complexity science community. We also repurpose many of our podcast interviews into videos, graphics, and blogs so we engage with a wider audience. We are currently writing a book about our podcast journey, including stories, anecdotes, and quotes from many of our amazing guests.

During our three years of podcasting, we have talked with top influencers including: Stephen Wolfram (founding father of complexity science), Yaneer Bar-Yam (President of the New England Complex Systems Institute), Dave Snowden (founder of Cognitive Edge), Jean Boulton (co-author of Embracing Complexity), Melanie Mitchell (author & professor at the Santa Fe Institute), Cesar Hidalgo (MIT professor), Margaret Wheatley (best-selling author & chaos theory practitioner), Dean Radin (Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences), Albert-László Barabási (renowned author & the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science) & so many more!

We have also made strong relationships within the complexity science community. We are connected with the New England Complex Systems Institute, an independent academic research and educational institution which has been instrumental in the development of complex systems science and its applications. This wonderful Institute named us their official podcast for their Ninth International Conference on Complex Systems and we continue to support their work by promoting their newly released scientific research. We are also connected with Complexity Labs, an online platform dedicated to making complexity and systems thinking accessible to all through education and collaboration. Once a month, we facilitate collaborative video discussions with Complexity Labs. These collaborative discussions, called Complexity Live, focus on different topics related to complexity or systems thinking and feature a variety of guest experts.

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Tiers
Complexity Lover
$2 or more per month


Complexity Enthusiast
$5 or more per month