My favorite "show" on TV in 2020 was "Theory of BitCoin". My only regret is that this "show" wasn't published when I REALLY needed it, back in early 2019, or back when everyone needed it-- 2011!
Even with 20 hours, there are more questions than answers.
How did CSW come across the "Watts & Strogatz" paper? A professor recommended it from one of his courses? He just reads networking papers like Michael Berry reads real estate securitizations? I find the hardest thing about reading and learning isn't the reading and learning at all, that's the fun easy part. It's knowing WHAT to read-- because the TRUTH can be like a needle in a haystack.
I think it would be helpful to know the history of how CSW came across each building block he used to create BitCoin.