Jason Silva is on the podcast to talk about the intersection of religion and technology.

Jason is best known for the Shots of Awe YouTube channel and as the host of Brain Games on National Geographic. He has a new show, Origins: The Journey of Humankind, which airs on Mondays on National Geographic.

Barry Taylor joins Tripp to talk to Jason about technology, evolution, spirituality, altered states of consciousness, how human beings and technology have co-evolved and co-created each other.  There are a ton of books that get mentioned, including:

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