The Aces Audio Podcast #004: Erich Lin – COVID-19: Are The “Experts” Wrong?
In this episode, Natasha and I chat with Erich Lin, a former software engineer with a passion for philosophy, and share our musings on Coronavirus and the current state of affairs from both philosophical and practical perspective.
Erich holds a degree in Computer Science from Cornell University. He has worked at Microsoft, Google, and a startup as a software engineer and took a mini-retirement from 2011 to 2014 to study health. He then returned to the software industry for a few years until his retirement in 2017. Since then he has been studying philosophy, finance, fitness, and more. He continues to explore limits and dangers of knowledge and scientific thinking.
Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, Erich has been studying trends and drawing on ancestral wisdom to keep himself and his family as safe as possible. We've also been hard at work consuming and curating the best content from functional medicine doctors with the same goal.
We hope you enjoy this collaborative discussion around the global approach to COVID-19 and possible alternatives to current mainstream solutions.
Episode Highlights and Links:
* Sick Care vs Health Care: corporate and political agendas
* Functional vs Conventional Medical approaches to COVID-19 treatments
* Germ Theory versus Terrain Theory of viral infection
* Global Stockholm Syndrome: psychological impacts of social distancing and fear-based propaganda