J. Randall Murphy
Yup. That's Preston. And in defense of the "true believer", I don't like to think of myself as a true believer, but I'm confident that there are many further "in there" on the spectrum who would argue that point. In preparation for that, I've found that as the analysis deepens, the normally positioned state of our worldview will inevitably shift suddenly and unexpectedly, and it is these moments that also shift our paradigmsI couldn’t agree more. Preston is a veteran guest and always has something interesting to share with the audience. He’s a bit too much of a “true believer” for my tastes, lacks a bit of healthy skepticism, but he’s genuine, and has no problem talking about his latest research with enthusiasm.