Art Lexica Featuring: Julian Scholtz

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Art Lexica Featuring: Julian Scholtz

Art Lexica Featuring: Julian Scholtz. Wesley Pepper talks COVID-19 conspiracy theories with law graduate, Julian Scholtz. They also explore the vaccine debate, touching in on AI.

Julian Scholtz: courtesy of Instagram

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Fully transcribed show notes below.

Show Notes

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