THINK TANK

Season One

Episode 1

“Fire”

Dive right in to the fast-paced world of tank thinking. This is ideation creation for a needy nation, and our two experts don’t disappoint in this richly detailed examination of our ancient genetic predispositions and their exciting implications for today. An SRSCRC exclusive!

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Episode 3

“Eulogy”

Discussing the legacy of others can help create a new willingness to move into life’s ever-expanding potential. Perspective is vital when the painful truths of our limitations bring us face to face with the selves others might have been. This stirring exchange has been widely quoted among grief counselors worldwide.

THINK TANK

Season One

Episode 2

“Telephone Pole”

Safety, both internal and social, goes hand in hand with communication in ways most people never explore. The sometimes shocking revelations in this candid exchange have prompted some to propose a whole new theory of visual sorting. That’s the importance of this kind of bold foray into the vitality of the mundane .

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THINK TANK

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Episode 4

“Poker Players”

Real world problems sometimes require tank-based solutions. That’s when a working knowledge of conditions on the ground becomes so essential to ideation experts. Whether it be radiation levels, game theory, or furniture design, Think Tank 10 brings a wicked knowledge base to their directed cognition.

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Episode 5

“Dead Rat”

Memory is a real challenge when exploring a concept connected to specific human events. But it may be the very malleability of memory, the way it stacks version after version of itself onto itself, that makes human relationships function as smoothly as they do. Same with rats.

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Episode 6

“Insanity”

Mental illness often has more to do with the mental state of those making the assessment of whether  somebody is crazy or just different. Those whose mental landscape is wide enough to extend beyond the norm know that creative thinking should be evaluated by creative thinkers. Even so, this episode is shocking.

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Episode 7

“Vision”

From what perspective do you make judgements about what is “right?” From what is actually not right at all, when you turn around? What, then, really is left? Not that much. Start looking from a new perspective and bring a depth of vision to your outlook that will make that which was old new again. And again.

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Episode 8

“Stuck”

Who isn’t, in some way, stuck in the patterns they don’t even know they’ve chose for themselves? It’s like being wedged in a window during a futile escape attempt when you’ve had too much to drink and you’re feeling desperate and just want a fresh start somewhere.  Music just might be the key to waking up to the truth.

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Episode 9

“Allergies”

There’s nothing inherently pathogenic about a pathogen. It’s the reaction to it that retroactively imparts the significance. Much the same is true of spores. What if the spore of an idea triggers a violent, expulsive reaction? You can bet that somebody will try to invent a pill for it. But no pill can stop an idea on the wind.

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Episode 10

“Potato”

The whims of agriculture have blown through human cultures like yeast in a warm sucrose bath, and the results have brought more than just political change. They’ve brought new ways of thinking.  Attention to current research at Silacks Ridge keeps our thinking relevant to botanical historians now and in the future.

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Episode 11

“Announcement”

Listening is an art that is both instinctive and cultivated. The range of possibilities in the aural landscape is so vast that a complex evaluative system must be in place in order for meaning to emerge from the maelstrom. But a complex must never exclude the very simplest of truths. Listen for them. They are in the silences.

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Episode 12

“Bitterness”

We have so much to learn from our plant cousins, and not just by ingesting them, although that is a primary and highly beautiful form of communication. But also by listening. And in order to do that well, we first must quell the qualms and stay the storms that rise within us when we face the root of our issues.  Don’t be afraid to be-leaf in yourself.