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Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
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Coolabah Capital Investments

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Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. If this recording contains reference to any financial products, that reference does not constitute financial advice or a recommendation, and may not be ...
 
A podcast that unravels some of life’s simplest complexities. We know so much, and yet we know so little. This podcast aims at discussing the overlooked, the oversimplified and the misunderstood. Join me on this creative and curious journey as we try to understand the world around us as much as we can! Cover art photo provided by Efe Kurnaz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@efekurnaz
 
Have you ever wondered why the world seems so complex and chaotic? How do we make sense of it all? This new video/audio podcast series, “Making Sense of Complexity”, will feature conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in. Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of Toda ...
 
In this podiobook: 'All Sorts of People - Ordered Complexity' is a collection of seven linked books:Book One presents personality differences - we may describe you, your family, your friends, in a great deal of detail. We develop symmetries between the various forms of thought. This will help us later as we map things onto the human brain.Book Two examines the energy engine of the mind, the source of our excitement. This form of thought operates strongly in one personality style and gives it ...
 
Welcome to the Wanderings and Wonderings podcast, where, with our guests, we enjoy the opportunity to engage in conversations about Health, broadly, both in our lives and within the world at large. Ideas, of course, are a type of currency in the information age, but by focusing on a transaction of ideas alone, without context, we risk a profound impoverishment. In Wanderings and Wonderings, we look to foster the telling of stories, non-linearity, rich contextuality, passionate performance, e ...
 
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This is a podcast by and for the curious — and yet, in over three years, we have pointed curiosity at nearly every topic but itself. What is it, anyway? Are there worse and better frames for understanding how desire and wonder, exploration and discovery play out in both the brain and in society? How is scientific research like an amble through the …
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager at Coolabah Capital. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You can listen on your favourite podcast app, or you can find …
 
Humans have an unusually long childhood — and an unusually long elderhood past the age of reproductive activity. Why do we spend so much time playing and exploring, caregiving and reflecting, learning and transmitting? What were the evolutionary circumstances that led to our unique life history among the primates? What use is the undisciplined chil…
 
What does it mean to think? What are the traits of thinking systems that we could use to identify them? Different environmental variables call for different strategies in individual and collective cognition — what defines the threshold at which so-called “solid” brains transition into “liquids”? And how might we apply these and related lessons from…
 
We all make decisions but how often do we consciously think about how to make good decisions? Ask a group of people to make a decision together and it either gets more challenging or people look for the quickest means of reaching an agreement. In this episode of Thriving in Complexity, Susanne chats with Samantha Rush about why structure is powerfu…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager at Coolabah Capital. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You can listen on your favourite podcast app, or you can find …
 
Susanne’s experiences on a recent trip suggest that the universe has a sense of humour when it exacted revenge after she launched the podcast. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, Susanne provides a simple definition of complexity and shares a story about how the universe decided to teach her a lesson in complexity. Even if you do…
 
In his foundational 1972 paper “More Is Different,” physicist Phil Anderson made the case that reducing the objects of scientific study to their smallest components does not allow researchers to predict the behaviors of those systems upon reconstruction. Another way of putting this is that different disciplines reveal different truths at different …
 
When faced with complexity we tend to try and predict what will happen in the future rather than embrace the possibility adjacent to our current situation. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, Susanne speaks with Helen Palmer about holding space so people can be present, embrace our past in ways that serve us into the future, lear…
 
Our struggles help us get stronger, whether lifting weights at the gym or finding our way through a big challenge at work. Embracing that struggle as an opportunity to learn helps us develop our anti-fragility. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, Susanne talks to Paul Atherton, an ex-Wall Street adviser on a mission to help peopl…
 
What makes us human? Over the last several decades, the once-vast island of human exceptionalism has lost significant ground to wave upon wave of research revealing cognition, emotion, problem-solving, and tool-use in other organisms. But there remains a clear sense that humans stand apart — evidenced by our unique capacity to overrun the planet an…
 
Many organisations have a proud history. However, there’s a big difference between being wedded to history and being respectful of it. Holding onto the past and ignoring the richness emerging around you can stop new possibilities in their tracks. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, Susanne talks to Chris Tanti, an accomplished CE…
 
Middle Managers who remember that as a leader, the way you race is the way you pace, also know the value of role modelling behaviours that will help their team thrive in the face of complexity. Great leadership starts with self-leadership. And it shows up when you don’t have a strong foundation which means understanding who you are, from your value…
 
The brain is arguably one of the most complex objects known to science. How best to understand it? That is a trick question: brains are organized at many levels and attempts to grasp them all through one approach — be it micro, macro, anatomical, behavioral — are destined to leave out crucial insights. What more, thinking “vertically” across scales…
 
Since before COVID, the face of complexity challenging Board Directors has shifted. Their operating environment is increasingly complex and dynamic. A big part of this is being driven by increased societal expectations of what boards do, how companies should operate, and their role in society. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, …
 
When things go wrong, you must make space for the voices of the silent because they often have good insights into complex situations. In this episode of the Thriving in Complexity podcast, Susanne talks with Helen Poropat, an experienced mediator with extensive experience in governing non-profit organisations, including Domino’s Give for Good, Rela…
 
Life is full of uncertainties, complexities, and constant changes. It can be compared to a battlefield where one must be trained and prepared to face whatever happens next. With all the complexities that surround our lives, we can forget there is still value in developing a plan, while we keep looking for available options and ultimately, keeping i…
 
Communication is a physical process. It’s common sense that sending and receiving intelligible messages takes work…but how much work? The question of the relationship between energy, information, and matter is one of the deepest known to science. There appear to be limits to the rate at which communication between two systems can happen…but the sea…
 
It’s important to establish a learning culture where an organization acknowledges mistakes and a certain level of openness is enforced so processes are improved and mistakes are worked on. We want people who make mistakes to own up and learn before it becomes a bigger issue. However, it does not mean we should not hold people accountable for mistak…
 
In today's world, it's more important than ever to be able to deal with uncertainty and ambiguity. With the pace of change accelerating, and the amount of information we're bombarded with increasing exponentially, it's becoming increasingly difficult to know what's true and what's not. The ability to deal with uncertainty and ambiguity is therefore…
 
I'm sure we've all heard the saying, "You have to risk it to get the biscuit." It's a popular quote for a reason—it rings true. To be successful in life, you can't be afraid to take risks. You have to be willing to put yourself out there and aspire to fail. Sounds counterintuitive, right? But it's not. When you're constantly pushing yourself outsid…
 
No one said life would be easy, but sometimes it feels like we are faced with insurmountable challenges. How do we deal with complex situations that seem to have no clear solution? Whether it's a tricky work situation, a confusing relationship, or just a tough decision to make, complex scenarios can be overwhelming and frustrating. Besides, when we…
 
We hope that life will take a certain pathway because we assume that is where we’re meant to be. But life gives us unexpected twists and turns that we end up in an unfamiliar journey. But as we go along with the uncertainty, we discover more about ourselves. We unravel our skills and potentials and this helps us decide whether we want to pursue a s…
 
What does it mean to be alive? Our origins are the horizon of our understanding, and as with the physical horizon, our approach brings us no closer. The more we learn, the more mysterious it all becomes. What if we’re asking the wrong questions? Maybe life did not begin at all, but rather coalesced piecemeal, a set of properties contingent and conv…
 
One way to frame the science of complexity is as a revelation of the hidden order under seemingly separate phenomena — a teasing-out of music from the noise of history and nature. This effort follows centuries of work to find the rules that structure language, music, and society. How strictly analogous are the patterns governing a symphony and thos…
 
Making Sense of Complexity features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in? Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of T…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager at Coolabah Capital. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You can listen on your favourite podcast app, or you can find …
 
As the old nut goes, “To the victor goes the spoils.” But if each round of play consolidates the spoils into fewer hands, eventually it comes to pass that wealthy special interests twist the rules so much it undermines the game itself. When economic power overtakes the processes of democratic governance, growth stagnates, and the rift between the r…
 
Chances are you’re listening to this on an advanced computer that fits in your pocket, but is really just one tentacle tip of a giant, planet-spanning architecture for the gathering and processing of data. A common sentiment among the smartphone-enabled human population is that we not only don’t own our data, but our data owns us — or, at least, th…
 
How important is finding compatibility to you when dating? When seeking a life partner, you don’t want to choose anyone. You wanna find someone you’re compatible with, but what does that mean? The word compatible is where two things are able to exist or occur together without problem or conflict. There are some things that you don’t want to mix tog…
 
Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager at Coolabah Capital. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You can listen on your favourite podcast app, or you can find …
 
Human beings are distinctly weird. We live for a very long time after we stop reproducing, move completely differently than all of our closest relatives, lack the power of chimpanzees and other primates but completely outdo most other terrestrial mammals in a contest of endurance. If we think about bodies as hypotheses about the stable features of …
 
Making Sense of Complexity features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in? Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of T…
 
Ask any martial artist: It’s not just where a person strikes you but your stance that matters. The amplitude and angle of a blow is one thing but how you can absorb and/or deflect it makes the difference. The same is true in any evolutionary system. Most people seem to know “the butterfly effect” where tiny changes lead to large results, but the in…
 
Making Sense of Complexity features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in? Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of T…
 
What is life, and where does it come from? These are two of the deepest, most vexing, and persistent questions in science, and their enduring mystery and allure is complicated by the fact that scientists approach them from a myriad of different angles, hard to reconcile. Whatever else one might identify as universal features of all living systems, …
 
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