They cover how Hasu found his way into research as well as the history of the block size BIPs that shaped the ecosystem as well as Ethereum’s EIP 1559
Here are some additional links:
Research paper: A model for Bitcoin’s security and the declining block subsidy
Analysis of EIP-2593 (Escalator)
Analysis of EIP-1559
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