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The Illusion of Consensus

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The Illusion of Consensus

An independent podcast by Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Rav Arora devoted to dismantling weaponized "consensus" in science. Weekly topics include Covid policy, online censorship, holistic medicine, mental health, and well-being. www.illusionconsensus.com

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Recent Episodes of The Illusion of Consensus


LISTEN NOW: Russell Brand Interview

LISTEN NOW: Russell Brand Interview

Hi everyone,

We’re excited to release the full audio version of the podcast now - you can listen here or in the Spotify and Apple links available below.

We apologize, there was another production delay as a key member on our team had to leave to his home country to address a personal emergency.

The full, official video premiere will be tomorrow.

For those patiently waiting, we didn’t want to disappoint you so we decided to provide the audio today at the very least.

Take a listen now...

Episode 16 May 2024 49m and 28s


Sneak Peek: Russell Brand Interview

Sneak Peek: Russell Brand Interview

This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.illusionconsensus.com

Hi everyone,

Here’s a sneak peak preview of our conversation with Russell Brand dropping tomorrow!

Members can access this early access clip now and hear one of Russell’s signature soliloquies (does anyone do it better?)!

We hope you enjoy it.

Tune in tomorrow for the podcast premiere!

Consider supporting our work by becoming a paid member (we need your help…

Episode 14 May 2024 5s


Ep 52: Sleep Podcast with Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan (Part 1)

Ep 52: Sleep Podcast with Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan (Part 1)

Hi everyone,

I’m happy to bring you the first episode — in a series of conversations — on sleep health with Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan, a physiologist and sleep therapist, about the importance of sleep and how to improve sleep quality. We discuss various topics including the current sleep discourse, the difference between ‘martini sleepers’ and ‘sensitive sleepers,’ the role of inner safety in sleep, and the challenges of sleeping on airplanes. Dr. Ramlakan emphasizes the need for an inside-out approach to sleep, focusing on emotional and mental well-being in addition to external factors like light and exercise. She also highlight...

Episode 12 May 2024 1h, 34m and 29s


Ep 51: The Polarized Debate over the Origin of COVID-19 With Professor Bryce Nickels

Ep 51: The Polarized Debate over the Origin of COVID-19 With Professor Bryce Nickels

Hi everyone,

In this episode, professor Bryce Nickels and I discuss the debate over the origin of COVID-19, specifically whether it was a lab leak or a natural spillover. We highlight the challenges faced by scientists who question the lab leak theory and the suppression of dissenting voices. We also discuss the risks and ethics of gain-of-function research and the need for transparency and public accountability in the scientific community. The conversation in this part focuses on the deliberate suppression of Jeremy Farrar's involvement in the Nature Medicine paper, the importance of getting the paper retracted to...

Episode 4 May 2024 1h, 17m and 28s


Ep 50: Debbie Lerman Breaks Down Key Players In The Pandemic Response - National Security Council (NSC), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), And Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Ep 50: Debbie Lerman Breaks Down Key Players In The Pandemic Response - National Security Council (NSC), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), And Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Hi everyone,

In this interview I talk to Debbie Lerman, an investigative journalist, about the key players and decision-making processes behind the pandemic response in the United States. She reveals that the National Security Council (NSC) took over as the lead policy group, with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) becoming the lead federal agencies. This shift in power sidelined the CDC and HHS, which were traditionally responsible for managing infectious disease outbreaks. Debbie also explores the appointment of Deborah Birx as the head of the White House Task Force and...

Episode 30 April 2024 1h, 1m and 59s


Ep 49: Psychopharmacology And Its Staggering Limits In Treating Psychiatric Disorders

Ep 49: Psychopharmacology And Its Staggering Limits In Treating Psychiatric Disorders

Hi everyone,

In this conversation, I interview psychologist Dr. Matt Johnson about the current state of mainstream pharmaceutical solutions for mental health issues such as ADHD, depression, and anxiety. A bit about Matt: he has lead groundbreaking research in psychedelic therapy at Johns Hopkins University over the past two decades. We aimed to discuss that but ended up spending the whole podcast discussing the staggering limits of current pharmaceutical interventions. As an expert in the intersecting field of psychopharmacology — studying the psychological effects of various drugs — he was the perfect person to discuss this with.

As M...

Episode 27 April 2024 2h, 7m and 14s


EXCLUSIVE Ep 48: Examining New CDC Sudden Cardiac Death Paper And Pfizer Subclinical Myocarditis Study With Cardiologist Dr. Anish Koka

EXCLUSIVE Ep 48: Examining New CDC Sudden Cardiac Death Paper And Pfizer Subclinical Myocarditis Study With Cardiologist Dr. Anish Koka

Hi everyone,

In this bonus, member-only podcast episode, I interview our resident cardiologist Dr. Anish Koka about two recent major studies on cardiac risks associated with the mRNAs: Pfizer’s long-awaited subclinical myocarditis analysis and the CDC’s sudden cardiac death study. We start the conversation with a heartbreaking update (yikes, that adjective had to come to my mind first) on the case of a 38-year-old law enforcement member who developed vaccine myocarditis over two years ago. I interviewed him in a Substack piece at the time and just checked back in. Bad news. So much for “mild”...

Episode 21 April 2024 1h, 27m and 55s


Ep 47: Laura Powell On Fighting AB 2098 Medical Censorship Law In California

Ep 47: Laura Powell On Fighting AB 2098 Medical Censorship Law In California

Hi everyone,

In this episode I interview Laura Powell, a lawyer who fought against a law in California that restricted doctors from discussing their opinions with patients. The law, known as AB 2098, aimed to silence doctors who were expressing views that went against the mainstream narrative. Laura discusses the unconstitutional nature of the law and the chilling effect it had on doctors' free speech rights. She also discusses the role of various organizations, such as the California Medical Association and the No License for Disinformation group, in pushing for the law. Despite facing personal blowback, she is...

Episode 16 April 2024 1h, 18m and 18s


Ep 46: Vice Presidential Candidate Nicole Shanahan On Corruption In Science, Public Health, And Running Alongside RFK Jr. In The 2024 Election

Ep 46: Vice Presidential Candidate Nicole Shanahan On Corruption In Science, Public Health, And Running Alongside RFK Jr. In The 2024 Election

Hi everyone,

I’m pleased to release this interview I recorded on Monday with vice presidential candidate Nicole Shanahan. We discuss her background in law and her investments in science, particularly in reproductive longevity. We delve into the need to restore free speech in science and the detrimental effects of suppressing dissenting voices. We highlight the inefficiency and high cost of the American healthcare system, particularly in addressing chronic diseases. Shanahan suggests investing in public health systems, rethinking agriculture practices, and ensuring access to clean water as preventive measures for chronic diseases.

The conversation highlights th...

Episode 10 April 2024 1h, 3m and 2s


Ep 45: New Hope For Vaccine Injuries? Dr. Adeel Khan On Successfully Treating Hundreds of Vaccine-Injured Patients At His Regenerative Medicine Clinic

Ep 45: New Hope For Vaccine Injuries? Dr. Adeel Khan On Successfully Treating Hundreds of Vaccine-Injured Patients At His Regenerative Medicine Clinic

Hi everyone,

This episode was scheduled for public release in a week, but I got too many messages and emails asking when this will be released to everyone. Here it is! In this episode, I interview Dr. Adeel Khan, a leading innovator and clinician in the regenerative medicine space. He runs Eterna Health where he’s treated people like Tony Robbins, Jordan Peterson, and Israel Adesanya.

While the focus of the conversation was initially about the fundamentals of regenerative medicine, we had to discuss vaccine injuries since before we started rolling, Dr. Khan told me ho...

Episode 8 April 2024 1h, 50m and 1s

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