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German-born physicist and developer of the theory of relativity (1879-1955)

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New Denver Church Message Podcast
The Most Important Equation In Your Life – Part 1 (Norton Herbst)

New Denver Church Message Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 26:00


There's one equation you need to know. Move over Newton, Kepler, and Einstein. In this series, we explore why so many of us don't experience deep wholeness in our lives.

Physik-Geplänkel
#165 - Foto von Sagittarius A*

Physik-Geplänkel

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 58:01


Nach dem ersten Foto eines schwarzen Loches in der Riesengalaxie Messier 87 im April 2019 hat die Kollaboration rund um das Event Horizon Telescope nun unser eigenes schwarzes Loch im Zentrum der Milchstraße näher angeschaut. Was genau sieht man dort und was kann man daraus lernen? Wie immer überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. Viel Vergnügen! #sagittarius #blackhole #schwarzesloch #einstein #eventhorizon #milchstraße #galaxie ********** Anmerkungen, Fragen, Kritik oder interessante Themenvorschläge bitte an physikgeplaenkel@gmail.com ********** Unsere Instragram Seite: https://www.instagram.com/physikgeplaenkel/ Unsere Facebook Seite: https://www.facebook.com/Physik-Geplänkel-1153934681433003/ Unser Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD1CT-nTdEagwMF16P6gIKQ/ Folgt uns unter "Physik-Geplänkel" auf Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, PocketCasts oder als Amazon Alexa Skill. Oder am besten direkt unter https://physik-geplaenkel.podigee.io/

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk
Einstein 2.0: Physiker will nachweisen, dass Information Masse besitzt

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:16


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Mediodía COPE
“La imagen del Agujero Negro confirma la teoría de la relatividad de Einstein” Antonio Fuentes, astrofísico

Mediodía COPE

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:31


MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
Excuses For Not Budgeting

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 25:20


It's easy to come up with excuses, and when it comes to not having a budget, we've probably heard them all. Today on MoneyWise, we'll list some of the top excuses for not having a spending plan and then help you move beyond them! What a lot of non-budgeters don't realize is that most people eventually do get around to living on a budget. The trick is to set up a plan for spending wisely before you're forced to by overwhelming debt. EXCUSES FOR NOT HAVING A BUDGET 1. I stink at math so I can't budget.You don't have to be Albert Einstein to set up a spending plan. The free MoneyWise app not only gives you three different options for setting up a spending plan and it does all the math for you. Getmore information hereor download it wherever you get your apps and search for MoneyWise biblical finance. 2. My job's secure, so I don't have to budget.Okay, we still have a low unemployment rate and workers are in great demand, but doesn't mean your job is bullet proof. People sometimes lose their jobs unexpectedly even in the best of economies. Everyone needs 3 to 6 months living expenses in their emergency fund, and that's just about impossible without a spending plan. 3. I can always fall back on unemployment benefits if I lose my job.Have you checked out unemployment benefits in your state? They're usually just a fraction of your regular income and oh, by the way, they run out. But if you're living on a budget and saving, you can make any income go much further. 4. It won't happen to me.Talk about putting your head in the sand! We live in a fallen world, and bad things happen to people all the time. In Matthew 5 we find, For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. So again, you have to be prepared with a budget and an emergency fund. Now, some folks cringe just hearing the word budget. They say things like, A budget means you can't have any fun. So don't call it a budget. We like spending plan better, anyway. If you stick to one for a few months, you'll see that a budget isn't restrictive. It's actually liberating. You have the same amount of money. You're just deciding ahead of time where it goes. You still get to enjoy life. In face, even more so, because you're not running out of money or going into debt to do it. A spending plan means peace of mind. That Friday night pizza tastes even better when it's in your spending plan. 5. Now, here's an excuse that in many cases is actually true: I'm afraid to set up a spending plan.Those folks don't want to find out how much they've been spending on things they don't really need. But you have to face up to it to enjoy the reward. In John 8, Jesus says, ... you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. You'll probably be shocked to find out how much you spend on things like groceries and eating out. But that's a good thing because it gives you something to work with. By trimming and planning your meals, you can free up a lot of discretionary income that you can put to better use. 6. Here's another excuse for not budgeting that we hear a lot: I've tried to budget and it didn't work.Well, that shouldn't be a surprise. What life-changing practices work the first time you try them? So try, try again and be encouraged that learning to live on a spending plan truly will change your life for the better. Just brush yourself off and keep trying. 7. I don't need to budget because I've always got money left over each month.Well, that may be true for now, but it's usually temporary. There's something called lifestyle creep. It means the more money you have available, the more you spend. Raises and tax refunds get gobbled up quickly. Then, if you suffer a loss of income, you'll wish you had that money.. If God has blessed you with more than you need right now, that's even more reason to use it wisely. A spending plan will help you be more intentional about your giving. It's all God's money anyway, and we should always use it to give glory to Him. So those are your top excuses for not living on a budget. We hope you're not using any of them. Iff you need help setting up a budget, you can sign up with one of ourvolunteer coaches at MoneyWise.org. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ●Would you have to pay capital gains tax on a property you sell that has been both your primary residence and a rental property? ●How do you set up a special needs trust for a special needs adult child? ●If your spouse passes, would you have to pay taxes on life insurance benefits? ●How can you get ahead financially on a very limited income? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them toQuestions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website atMoneyWise.orgwhere you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

O Assunto
O retrato do buraco negro

O Assunto

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 20:22


Nesta quinta-feira, o mundo viu pela primeira vez imagens do Sagittarius A*, que fica no centro da Via Láctea, a galáxia do Sistema Solar. A conquista é do Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), iniciativa da qual participam centenas de cientistas de mais de uma dezena de instituições. A partir de 8 pontos da Terra eles "observam ao mesmo tempo o mesmo alvo e depois combinam todos os sinais”, em um “desafio tecnológico grande", explica Thaisa Storchi Bergmann, chefe do grupo de pesquisa em Astrofísica da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Em conversa com Renata Lo Prete, ela diz que as imagens do Sagittarius A* confirmam conclusões tanto dos vencedores do prêmio Nobel de Física de 2020 quanto da Teoria da Relatividade de Albert Einstein. “Os supermassivos surgiram no centro das galáxias”, ensina Thaisa. “E se formaram junto com elas, no início do Universo”. A astrofísica, responsável por uma importante descoberta sobre buracos negros no começo dos anos 1990, avalia que a foto é um "sucesso de todos” os que estudam o tema. “Culminou numa imagem que confirmou praticamente tudo que a gente vinha concluindo", comemora.

Einstein HD
Sind unsere Frösche noch zu retten?

Einstein HD

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:50


Ja, es gibt sie noch, die riesigen Froschhochzeiten, bei denen sich die Frösche gleich zu Tausenden paaren. Und trotzdem sind die Amphibien in der Schweiz weiterhin bedroht. Wie kann die Forschung, wie können wir alle helfen, dass diese einzigartigen Tiere überleben? So beschaulich das Gurtentäli mit seinem Weiher über das Jahr hinweg daher kommt, so turbulent geht es dort im Frühling zu und her. Im Teich quaken zahlreiche Frösche. Es sind so viele, dass sie gar einen Schweizerrekord halten. Nirgends werden so viele Amphibien gezählt wie hier auf dem Gebiet der Berner Gemeinde Köniz. Letztes Jahr waren es über 10'000 Tiere. Darunter auch solche, die auf der Roten Liste der gefährdeten Arten stehen. Tobias Müller hilft dieses Jahr mit, die Frösche, Molche und Kröten zu zählen. Ob es einen neuen Schweizerrekord gibt? Gute Teiche, schlechte Teiche Leider sind Weiher wie jener im Gurtentäli in der Schweiz nicht die Regel, sondern die Ausnahme. Von 20 in der Schweiz vorkommenden Amphibien gelten 17 als bedroht. Die Bestände nehmen weiterhin ab. Überbauung, Pestizide, Klimawandel: Die Gründe sind mannigfaltig. Und manchmal rätseln selbst Expertinnen und Experten. «Einstein» besucht einen Weiher, in dem Frösche und Co. plötzlich verschwunden sind. Zusammen mit der Umweltwissenschaftlerin Esther Schweizer. Mit Wassermessungen findet sie heraus, dass es verwesende Pflanzen sind, die das Wasser vergiften. Ein Problem, das oft auch Gartenweiher ereilt. Winterstarre: Wo können Frosch & Co noch hin? Im Winter legen sich die Amphibien zur Ruhe. Doch ihre Winterruhe wird zunehmend schwierig. In vielen - zu aufgeräumten – Gärten finden sie keinen Unterschlupf mehr. Und die Klimaerwärmung kann sie zu früh wecken, wodurch sie wertvolle Energie verlieren und geschwächt werden. Auch lange Trockenperioden können gefährlich werden für Amphibien. Die sensiblen Tiere sind auf einen feuchten Boden angewiesen. Ist es zu trocken, können sie während der Winterruhe vertrocknen. Unterführungen: Wieso sie nicht immer funktionieren Dank Amphibienunterführungen können die Tiere Strassen und neuerdings auch Bahnlinien gefahrlos unterqueren können. Nun zeigen neueste Beobachtungen, dass auch ganz viele andere Tiere von den Unterführungen profitieren. Doch dort können sich aber auch Schadstoffe von Strasse und Umland ansammeln. Der Rat der Expertinnen und Experten: einmal im Jahr die Unterführung durchspülen und damit reinigen.

Einstein
Sind unsere Frösche noch zu retten?

Einstein

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:50


Ja, es gibt sie noch, die riesigen Froschhochzeiten, bei denen sich die Frösche gleich zu Tausenden paaren. Und trotzdem sind die Amphibien in der Schweiz weiterhin bedroht. Wie kann die Forschung, wie können wir alle helfen, dass diese einzigartigen Tiere überleben? So beschaulich das Gurtentäli mit seinem Weiher über das Jahr hinweg daher kommt, so turbulent geht es dort im Frühling zu und her. Im Teich quaken zahlreiche Frösche. Es sind so viele, dass sie gar einen Schweizerrekord halten. Nirgends werden so viele Amphibien gezählt wie hier auf dem Gebiet der Berner Gemeinde Köniz. Letztes Jahr waren es über 10'000 Tiere. Darunter auch solche, die auf der Roten Liste der gefährdeten Arten stehen. Tobias Müller hilft dieses Jahr mit, die Frösche, Molche und Kröten zu zählen. Ob es einen neuen Schweizerrekord gibt? Gute Teiche, schlechte Teiche Leider sind Weiher wie jener im Gurtentäli in der Schweiz nicht die Regel, sondern die Ausnahme. Von 20 in der Schweiz vorkommenden Amphibien gelten 17 als bedroht. Die Bestände nehmen weiterhin ab. Überbauung, Pestizide, Klimawandel: Die Gründe sind mannigfaltig. Und manchmal rätseln selbst Expertinnen und Experten. «Einstein» besucht einen Weiher, in dem Frösche und Co. plötzlich verschwunden sind. Zusammen mit der Umweltwissenschaftlerin Esther Schweizer. Mit Wassermessungen findet sie heraus, dass es verwesende Pflanzen sind, die das Wasser vergiften. Ein Problem, das oft auch Gartenweiher ereilt. Winterstarre: Wo können Frosch & Co noch hin? Im Winter legen sich die Amphibien zur Ruhe. Doch ihre Winterruhe wird zunehmend schwierig. In vielen - zu aufgeräumten – Gärten finden sie keinen Unterschlupf mehr. Und die Klimaerwärmung kann sie zu früh wecken, wodurch sie wertvolle Energie verlieren und geschwächt werden. Auch lange Trockenperioden können gefährlich werden für Amphibien. Die sensiblen Tiere sind auf einen feuchten Boden angewiesen. Ist es zu trocken, können sie während der Winterruhe vertrocknen. Unterführungen: Wieso sie nicht immer funktionieren Dank Amphibienunterführungen können die Tiere Strassen und neuerdings auch Bahnlinien gefahrlos unterqueren können. Nun zeigen neueste Beobachtungen, dass auch ganz viele andere Tiere von den Unterführungen profitieren. Doch dort können sich aber auch Schadstoffe von Strasse und Umland ansammeln. Der Rat der Expertinnen und Experten: einmal im Jahr die Unterführung durchspülen und damit reinigen.

Raumzeit
RZ100 Raumzeit und Gravitation

Raumzeit

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 95:51


Newton und Einstein haben der Welt Formeln gegeben, die das Wesen unserer Welt und des Universums sehr akkurat und belastbar beschreiben. Sie haben uns den Zugang und die Nutzung des Alls eröffnet und viele Fragen über die Entstehung und Funktion des Weltalls beantwortet. Doch noch mehr Fragen wurden aufgeworfen und bleiben vorerst unbeantwortet. Wir können das was, was wir erleben und nutzen gut mathematisch beschreiben, doch wissen wir auch, dass diese Beschreibungen ihre Grenzen haben. Diese zu durchschreiten ist eine Aufgabe der theoretischen Physik und Kosmologie, die auf der Suche ist nach einem noch besseren Verständnis dessen, was die Welt im innersten zusammenhält.

The Toby Gribben Show
Dana Dargos & Said Al Bizri

The Toby Gribben Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:53


If there is one question that has intrigued mankind for centuries, it is the problem of evil rampant in the world. The question has become even more relevant today with the advancement of scientific technology—bringing up the responsibility of using science to discover an answer to the ancient question. Cut to 2022, a niece-uncle author duo, Dana Dargos and Said Al Bizri, have recently released a new sci-fi adventure book that aims to find the answer to that same question through a mind-bending, thought-provoking novel. Titled “Einstein in the Attic,” the novel has already received stellar 5-star ratings from its early batch of readers on Amazon. “Einstein in the Attic” was released on Amazon in January 2022. Set against the backdrop of the war between science and God, reason and faith, “Einstein in the Attic” is the story of one scientist's search for truth and meaning when faced with the ultimate question: Is there a God? Fleeing war-torn Lebanon, Adam Reemi's faith is shaken by the hardships he has endured, but when he and a colleague successfully construct a nano hadron collider and use sound waves, Adam finds unheard-of power at his fingertips. To help him answer the greatest question mankind has ever posed, he zaps the best philosophical minds of all time–namely Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Soren Kierkegaard, and Baruch Spinoza–from the past and into his attic. Not all goes according to plan, however, and Adam finds himself in a race against time to formulate an answer to the question of intelligent design… or risk losing everything. In an exclusive interview about their debut book, Dana Dargos and Said Al Bizri shared that “Einstein in the Attic” is a one-of-a-kind original novel whose main characters delve into valid scientific proofs, arguments, and counterarguments and objectively scrutinize to deduce the existence of a creator. The scientific proofs and their subsequent scientific advancements have been well-researched, are accurate, and hold high merit and validity. Furthermore, the novel presents them in a simple, yet unpredictable, entertaining, and accessible manner that makes it appealing to the general audience that keeps the reader hooked and eager to read the next page. “The novel is a distinctive intelligent science fiction story because it grapples with big questions through an entertaining pinch of humour, an engaging manner of dialogue, a strong narrative arc, a unique voice and writing style, diversity, and powerful character developments — all while also delving deeper into the world of spirituality.” The book has received rave reviews from readers:“The authors were so knowledgeable about philosophy, science, and so much more. The story was engaging and flowed very nicely. What an amazing premise: the most renowned philosophers of all brought to present times. Their impressions of the modern era were hilarious and enlightening at the same time. I specifically loved the thoughtful Einstein and the feisty Newton. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Let's Learn About...
#117 - The Science of Time Travel: Is Time Travel Possible?

Let's Learn About...

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:54


Get ready for a bucket full of physics, because it's time to talk about time travel and Einstein's theory of relativity! Is it possible, or will it be possible in our future, for us to time travel? What's the science behind it? Find out the answers in this episode. --- Where to Find Us:  Head to our website, learnaboutpod.com, to read the full episode notes and see a list of links and resources used to research this episode. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @learnaboutpod.  Support us on Patreon:  Want to help support the show? For only £2/month you'll get early access to episodes, two exclusive bonus episodes every month, a handwritten postcard, and outtakes that don't make the final cut. Go to patreon.com/learnaboutpod to get started! A huge thanks to our current patrons: Llinos, Luke, Bryony, Linde, Michael, Sarah, and Steve!

The Glenn Beck Program
Border Horrors EXPOSED | Guests: Savanah Hernandez & Jeff Brown | 5/11/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 123:35


Despite rising inflation, the New York Times argues that times haven't been this good since man landed on the moon. Host of "Rapid Fire" Savanah Hernandez joins to share the horrors she saw firsthand while visiting the border. Founder and chief investment analyst for Brownstone Research Jeff Brown joins to discuss President Biden's latest actions regarding quantum computing. Glenn and Stu discuss the latest from Ron DeSantis, the Supreme Court decision, and not idolizing politicians. Glenn recalls when the atomic bomb was created and Albert Einstein's fear when it occurred.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Authentic Living  with  Roxanne
Authentic Heart Leadership with Ron Stotts

Authentic Living with Roxanne

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:55


Quote: “I watch people talk about their work-life or their family life or their health life. I think, right there, you have a problem because there's really only one life, and it's your life.” Dr. Ron Stotts How connected are you to yourself and the understanding of why you lead the way you do? Do you feel like you have a good relationship with your team? Do you have a great relationship with yourself and love who you are? On this episode of Authentic Living with Roxanne, we are thrilled to welcome Mindfulness Expert Dr. Ron Stotts to share his vast knowledge about creating a better relationship with ourselves and, in turn, everyone around us. After getting a Ph.D. in Psychology and a Doctorate in Chiropractic, Dr. Ron discovered that the biggest challenge business leaders face today is looking outside for what can only be found within. With several decades of experience, Dr. Ron has made it his mission to lead entrepreneurs on a transformational inner journey into the highest levels of conscious leadership. Dr. Ron has helped thousands of entrepreneurs, CEOs, and top executives from organizations such as AT&T, The Indianapolis Colts, and Lucas Films. Authentic Touch Points: Dr. Ron's path to transformational leadership. 1:30 Finding conscious intention. 7:30 We, instead of I. 12:30 Happy people create happy environments. 18:30 Kindness trickles down. 21:30 Making a transformation. 25.00 Back to the basics. 30:00 Transformational training. 36:00 Dr. Ron is a three-time best-selling author and has spoken on stages throughout Europe and the United States. He regularly shares his expertise with his 14k social media followers and on numerous conscious leadership podcasts. He helps business leaders think like Einstein and create like Michelangelo, developing truly conscious business environments that are vastly more profitable and sustainable for all. As we move toward reopening workspaces and gathering again, I encourage leaders to reach out for guidance about presenting their authentic self to develop an improved workplace for everyone with less conflict as I offer executive coaching. Click here to contact me at your convenience, or click here to Chat with Roxanne! Take our online quiz to rate your authenticity as a leader! Stay Authentic,   Roxanne Links: Dr. Ron's website: https://ronstotts.com/FREE starters: https://ronstotts.com/free-starters/Dr. Ron's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-ron-stotts-14143236/ Roxanne's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roxannederhodge/ Roxanne's email: roxanne@roxannederhodge.comChat with Roxanne: https://roxannederhodge.com/chat/ Roxanne's previous podcasts: https://roxannederhodge.com/blog/

John and Ryan's Pillow Talk
The Science Behind the Multiverse

John and Ryan's Pillow Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:46


Somewhere, in another universe, there's a John that understands what multiverse theory is. But it's sure as heck not this John! Is there any real scientific theory behind the multiverse? Or is it just comic book fare like in "Spiderman: No Way Home" or "Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness"? Apparently the answer involves Einstein, quantum mechanics, and string theory. So safe to say, Dr. Ryan has his work cut out for him on this one. Sound effects acquired from https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music?nv=1 and http://www.freesfx.co.uk --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Real Estate Training | Introverts Real Estate Success Plan

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:13


The Introvert's Guide to Being a Real Estate Rock Star:   15 Points That Will Transform Your Business (and personal) Life.  Myth: You have to be a real people person to be successful in real estate. You've got to be outgoing, gregarious, and socially comfortable to be great at this. Fact: Some of the most successful top-producing agents and brokers in the country are self-proclaimed introverts. How do you know if you're a natural introvert or an extrovert?  Ask yourself what you'd do if you had no appointments this weekend and no worries in the world with plenty of time to spend doing something of your choice. Would you choose to spend that time with friends and family? Would you choose to spend the time by yourself? Going to a party? Throwing a party yourself?   Reminder, you promised yourself you would become a HARRIS Coaching client. You are done wasting time and ready to follow a proven path. Now, while you are here make the next natural step and join the 1000s of other agents as a HARRIS Real Estate University coaching member. No more waiting or procrastinating. Join now. Here is the quick and simple enrollment.—-> YES, Enroll Me Now In Premier Coaching. I WILL make NOW my best year ever!  What would your plans be? If your plans are focused on being around other people, you're likely a natural extravert. If your plans are to finish that book you've been working on, and snuggled into your favorite reading chair, you're probably a natural introvert. Would it surprise you to know that all of these famous and successful people are introverts? Emma Watson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Bill Gates, Christina Aguilera, Warren Buffet, Michael Jordan, Albert Einstein, Gwyneth Paltrow, Harrison Ford, David Letterman, and Steven Speilberg. In fact, introverts can be very powerful speakers, salespeople, entertainers, entrepreneurs, actors, and leaders of all sorts.   So how do they do it? Is there some super-secret strategy that you can learn and deploy? Society has long rewarded the more outgoing, attention-grabbing types of personalities and tended to ostracize the introverts. It's ok and even beneficial to be yourself, to not try to force yourself into becoming the quintessential 'Driver Personality' if that is not you.   How many agents have become messed up in their heads because they 'weren't a driver or an expressive' on the overly used DISC personality test? You can be successful, keeping your innate personality intact, but learning and internalizing some specific strategies. This way you'll navigate more easily in the fast-paced, often aggressive, and competitive world of real estate. 15 Strategies That Will Change Your Life 1 - Have confidence in the person you are. The more comfortable you are in your own skin, the less you will allow criticism to affect you. 2 - Use scripts that don't sound like scripts.  Know your material cold. Knowledge equals confidence and ignorance equals fear, so choose to be confident. Introverts do tend to be perfectionists, thus you tend NOT to speak up until you're confident. Memorize, internalize and then personalize the scripts. 3 - Recharge your mental, emotional and spiritual batteries every day. What makes you tick? Introverts are rejuvenated by quiet, dedicated time to themselves. This can be a walk, meditating, biking or just reading for 20 minutes. Re-fill your cup routinely! 4 - Act as if you're an extrovert without losing yourself. Who do you know that has positive and outgoing traits and is well respected? Begin to blend your natural tendencies with a few other traits that will increase your versatility. This isn't to say that you should be "fake". In fact, you might find out that you actually have some latent outgoing traits already within you. Most people do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions Dr. Edith Eger, author, professor and Holocaust survivor. Edith shares the story of being liberated from Auschwitz, how she teaches to prevent atrocities, and everything you need to know about Einstein's odd choice in footwear. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radio Plays
Interview with Mark Oristano

Radio Plays

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:29


In this Interview Sessions segment, we will be interviewing Mark Oristano author of The Impact of the Gadget on Civilization. Tune in as he discusses his real life ties to Albert Einstein and the inspiration behind this incredibly thought-provoking play.  

StarTalk Radio
Cosmic Queries – Multiverses & Wormholes with Brian Cox

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 45:19


What properties are fundamental to the universe? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice take a deep dive into multiverses, inflation theory, wormholes, and quantum entanglement with particle physicist Brian Cox.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Tony Thompson, Kevin the Sommelier, Verne Thomas Inman, PhD, Claudio Carletti, James Weldon, Satoshi Watanabe, Keegan Matthews, Sandy Moir, Jim Flatt, and Mason Grogan for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Pablo Carlos Budassi, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

The Daves I Know
Einstein Over Here

The Daves I Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 73:44


The Loons played a pretty abject match at home against FCC, so we tried not to discuss it too much. But we do get Jess's Hot or Not, discuss an actual win for the #DosLoons. We also discuss the MPLS City's new season kickoff and hopefully preview a couple of future Loons wins this week!

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2221: Jaywalking

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 3:51


Episode: 2221 Who owns the streets: the invention of jaywalking.  Today, who owns the streets.

De vive(s) voix
Littérature: pour Susie Morgenstern, «Écrire, c'est respirer»

De vive(s) voix

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 28:59


L'autrice-phare de littérature jeunesse, Susie Morgenstern, raconte son rapport à l'écriture qu'elle décrit comme « de l'archéologie intime », une fouille au stylo dans ses pensées qu'elle pratique au quotidien, comme un besoin vital. En ce printemps 2022, elle illustre son propos en publiant un autre livre Je suis un génie, dans lequel elle livre des poèmes matinaux, des lignes écrites chaque matin pour ces amis sur les « génies » du monde : Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Emily Dickinson, Arthur Rimbaud… Invitée : Susie Morgenstern, autrice de Écrire, c'est respirer, aux éditions Le Robert, et Je suis un génie, aux éditions l'Iconoclaste ► Et la chronique Ailleurs avec Lyliane Dos Santos, directrice de l'Institut français de Meknès, qui pilote la Cigogne volubile, Printemps des Livres Jeunesse du Maroc. Le thème de l'édition 2022 porte sur « l'égalité filles-garçons ».

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Regulus

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 2:14


As many as a dozen robotic landers are scheduled to head for the Moon in the next three years or so. They'll study the rocks and soil, look for signs of water, and drive across the surface. And several of them will continue an experiment that's been going on for more than half a century: lunar laser ranging. The technique bounces laser beams off special reflectors carried to the Moon by Apollo astronauts and Soviet rovers. Scientists use the technique to probe the Moon's interior, measure the Moon's motion, and even study Albert Einstein's theory of gravity. The first lunar-laser experiment didn't have those reflectors, though — it came before anything had landed on the Moon. Instead, scientists bounced the laser beams off the Moon itself. And the first “shot” took place 60 years ago tonight. The experiment was called Luna See — S-E-E. Scientists and engineers from MIT aimed a red laser at a region of jumbled terrain known as the southern highlands. Over three nights, they fired the laser 80 times and used a telescope to measure its reflection. Luna See didn't provide much scientific return. But it did show that you could bounce a laser off the Moon. And that set up the current laser experiment, which should just get better in the years ahead. The gibbous Moon is high in the sky at sunset. The bright star Regulus — the heart of the lion — stands close below it. They'll stay close together for the rest of the night.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Douglas Coleman Show
The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Bob Weatherwax

The Douglas Coleman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 29:19


Bob Weatherwax;Four Feet to Fame: A Hollywood Dog Trainer's JourneyMy name is Bob Weatherwax. My father was Rudd B. Weatherwax, best known as the original owner and trainer of Lassie. My father and I were the trainers of some of Hollywood's most famous dogs.From my Dad's work with Asta in the original Thin Man series, up until my work with Einstein (the dog in Back to the Future), we have created a long and storied legacy of trained dogs in the motion picture industry. Of course, the most memorable animal in our work was none other than Lassie, the cultural icon of both movies and television.My family's journey began with my grandfather, Walter S. Weatherwax, who was a deputy United States Marshal in the New Mexico Territory. He was also an inventor, and even a trick-rider in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.Economic hard times brought Walter to Hollywood, when the film industry was in its infancy. At that time, some of Hollywood's silent legends were making their mark on American culture. Among the stars was a German shepherd named Rin Tin Tin. It was in that unique place and time, that Walter and his sons, (Rudd, Frank, and Jack), made their own mark on American movie history.My father's brother, Jack, was the trainer of Toto in the 1939 classic, Wizard of Oz. Dad's brother, Frank, trained Spike, the dog in Disney's Old Yeller. Rudd, my Dad, trained Asta, Daisy, and Lassie, the collie who would rise to super stardom. I worked with Dad from the early 1960's until his death in 1985. I carried on the Lassie legacy until 2002. Then, against my wishes, the Weatherwax family voted to sell the Lassie trademark.Due to my father's genius, we transformed the training of dogs from simple props on a movie set into actors who seemed to behave with human-like emotions. Dad was a transitional figure in Hollywood animal training, and my experiences with him from childhood to adulthood have transformed my life and made me who I am today.I hope that my father's life-long labor of love, of which I am proud to have shared by his side, will be uplifting in a world that - more than ever - needs some inspiration from the past.https://weatherwaxtraineddogs.com/Music Playlist;1. It's Who I Am by Radio Drive2. Almost never give Up by Black Belt Theater3. Anywhere by Shane MartinThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

Recovery in the Middle Ages - Two Middle-Aged Suburban Dads Talk About Recovering From Addiction to Drugs & Alcohol.
”Your Best Thinking Got You Here!” And Other Questionable Things Said To Us In Early Recovery

Recovery in the Middle Ages - Two Middle-Aged Suburban Dads Talk About Recovering From Addiction to Drugs & Alcohol.

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 123:09


RMA-Episode 84 Show Notes:   Your best thinking got you here. It's a common enough slogan in AA and other 12 Step programs, but what does it mean? Einstein said that you cannot solve a problem with the same thinking that caused it. Does that mean we shouldn't question the methods and philosophical underpinnings or recovery programs? Or is there perhaps a place for self-empowerment and self- reliance in recovery.  Mike and Nat debate the implications of checking your brain at the door and whether it's a necessary predicate to achieving lasting recovery.   Also, Monkster's Speak, the Week in Weird, Recovery in the News and the life-update, on a self-empowered, SMART, checked from the neck up episode of RMA.   Please remember to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast on your favorite platform to get the latest episode delivered right to your devices as soon as it's released. We are a listener-supported podcast. If you like what we're doing here at RMA and want to support the show, JOIN THE RECOVERY IN THE MIDDLE AGES PATREON    Our sole mission is to help other people achieve sobriety and become their best, most authentic selves. As little as $3 a month makes a big difference and helps us keep the lights on.   As always, we thank you for your support.   LINKS:    Recovery in the News   The Week in Weird Recovery News You Can Use, Any Day of the Week:   www.soberliningsplaybook.com   Take 3 With SLP JOIN THE RECOVERY IN THE MIDDLE AGES PATREON AND SUPPORT THE SHOW!! LISTEN TO RMA ON YOUTUBE PLEASE leave us a 5 star review on I-Tunes if you're enjoying the show and SUBSCRIBE to get the latest episodes.    You can reach us by email at: MikeR@middleagesrecovery.com Natx@middleagesrecovery.com   Send comments, complaints, death threats, ideas and requests to be interviewed. We'll talk to anyone!   Check out the website: Www.middleagesrecovery.com   While you're there, buy a T-Shirt and support your favorite recovery podcast.   We all have a story. Tell us yours and we'll share it on the show!   E-Mail your story to miker@middleagesrecovery.com   FOLLOW US ON TWITTER  Join the Facebook Page! Exciting things are happening there!   We also have a Facebook Group! Request to join the group. It's a private space for continuing the discussion of what Nat and Mike talk about on the podcast. Hope to see you there. If you're in trouble with substance abuse and need help, reach out. There are thousands of people who have put problems with addiction in their rear-view mirrors and you can be one of them. While we neither endorse nor condemn any particular program, the sheer number of available AA and NA meetings suggest that reaching out to those organizations would be a good first step on the road to recovery.     https://www.aa.org/ https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/   Marijuana Anonymous (just in case):   This Naked Mind   Addiction Recovery Podcast  

Tiny Voice Talks
“You can't be it if you can't see it.” with Fran Corcoran and Selena Whitehead

Tiny Voice Talks

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 50:50


In this episode Toria speaks to Fran Corcoran (MD) and Selena Whitehead (Education Team Manager) from Amazing People Schools, one of the UK's first “Companies of Character” who offer an award-winning, whole-school approach to character development, wellbeing and cross-curricular learning for both primary and secondary schools. In our post-covid world, how can wellbeing be most effectively supported in primary and secondary schools on a whole-school basis? What are the links between character strength development and wellbeing? How can the stories of inspirational role models support personal development and wellbeing? These are some of the many questions explored in this fascinating discussion.Fran and Selena explain how schools can use Amazing People Schools to explore resilience with Frida Kahlo or creativity with Albert Einstein. The site features an interactive story library, teacher-created materials for Early Years right through to GCSE and is based on over 20 years of research! If you like the sound of it, you can sign up for a free no-obligation trial for your school here:http://amazingpeopleschools.comFollow Amazing People Schools:Twitter: @Amazing_SchsFacebook: AmazingPeopleSchoolsLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/amazing-people-schools…Other links: http://amazingpeopleschools.comhttps://character-education.org.uk/kitemark/amazing-people-schools/…https://edwellcoll.wordpress.com/the-big-book-of-whole-school-wellbeing/

ARE YOU WOKE? Podcast
The Good Drugs Podcast Episode 108 | I'll Do It Feat Payne

ARE YOU WOKE? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 51:14


The podchat crew sits down with Payne once again. They go over news pertaining to marijuana gifting being stopped. They also talk about a kid whose IQ is higher than Albert Einstein's. Then, they talk about a deathrow inmate being executed possibly by a firing squad. Then, they dive into the topics with going off the last episode with ReeBaby, expounding on the message behind cartoons for kids we talked to an actual artist for kids, Payne. TGD cast then gets into just what Payne has been doing and more. Songs 50 Cent - Poor lil rich PartyNextDoor - Persian Rugs Lil Wayne - Go DJ

Un Minuto Con Dios
050522 — Dos Manera De Vivir

Un Minuto Con Dios

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 1:40


Albert Einstein dijo: “Sólo hay dos maneras de vivir la vida, una pensando que nada es un milagro y la otra pensando que todo es un milagro”. En cierta instancia esto es verdad. Por un lado creemos y por otro lado podemos ser totalmente incrédulos. El Señor Jesús afirmó esto cuando dijo que sólo había dos maneras de vivir, dos caminos a seguir, dos puertas para entrar, dos destinos a los cuales llegar y dos grupos de personas a los cuales se podía pertenecer. Al parecer, la vida está llena de múltiples opciones, pero sólo hay dos caminos que se pueden escoger. Uno es el camino de la vida y la verdad y el otro es el camino de la mentira y de la muerte. Medita en cómo estás viviendo tu vida y en qué tipo de camino estas. ¿Qué estás escogiendo para tu diario vivir? ¿Crees en la verdad o eres prisionero de una mentira? Recuerda que el que cree en la verdad no puede nunca ser prisionero de una mentira. De modo que, elije la verdad y el amor que Dios te puede ofrecer. Él desea darte una vida abundante, una vida en plenitud y una vida llena de significado. Así que al escoger tu vida, escoge el camino correcto y la opción indicada que te producirá vida en todo lo que hagas. La Biblia dice en Juan 10:10, “10 El propósito del ladrón es robar y matar y destruir; mi propósito es darles una vida plena y abundante” (NTV)

Edible Honesty
Food for Nikola Tesla

Edible Honesty

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:50


In this tasty episode... I use Albert Einstein, Popeye the Sailor Man to help discover electrically charged food fit for Nikola Tesla. 

The Joy of Why
Where Do Space, Time and Gravity Come From?

The Joy of Why

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 42:04


Einstein's description of curved space-time doesn't easily mesh with a universe made up of quantum wavefunctions. Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll discusses the quest for quantum gravity with host Steven Strogatz. The post Where Do Space, Time and Gravity Come From? first appeared on Quanta Magazine

Behind Greatness by Inspire North
105. Dr Avi Loeb – Astrophysicist / Founder, The Galileo Project / Best-Selling Author - Needing to Think More Like Children

Behind Greatness by Inspire North

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 60:09


We have an exciting conversation with Avi Loeb. Avi is a philosopher and farm-boy at his core. He has spent the past several decades as a leading Astrophysicist, including a most recent decade-long stint as a department head at Harvard, having published over 700 papers and written 8 books . Avi became wider known outside of scientific circles for his stance on scientific and space exploration after the discovery of the famous interstellar object called “Oumuamua” in 2017. He subsequently also founded The Galileo Project in 2021, which is focused on researching evidence of alien civilizations on earth and beyond. We discuss what is important to Avi in this discussion …. (and take a deep breath before you read): the need for humans to attach themselves to nature, rather than to their egos … searching for the pimples on the face of nature … the danger of echo-chambers and keeping young scientific minds within the herd … the risks of being beholden to awards, honours and prestige … giving power back to young innovating scientists (see: Einstein, Galileo etc.) to encourage exploration rather than putting them in career “house arrest” … project Lyra … the metaphor of jogging with light footwear ... and dark chocolate. We also hear about how viewing the frontier of new knowledge and exploration should inspire the child in us all – a person we all were when ego and self-importance where not a factor in how we pursued truth.   Honourable mentions by the way to one of history's most courageous philosophers, mathematicians, cosmologists, martyrs and truth seekers: Giordano Bruno. And Brad Pitt. “Aumm Aumm”   To DONATE to the Behind Greatness podcast, please visit here: https://behindgreatness.org. As a charity, tax receipts are issued to donors. Behind Greatness IG: @behindgreatnesspodcast & @inspire_north   Avi: The Galileo Project: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/galileo/home Commentaries: https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~loeb/Opinion.html Video Clip – Miami, Florida: https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~loeb/Bit22.mp4 Harvard Bio: https://lweb.cfa.harvard.edu/~loeb/  

Focus on WHY
273 Follow the Joy with Eva Fanari

Focus on WHY

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 45:22


Struggling to adjust to the little differences and idiosyncrasies moving from Estonia to the USA, these differences compounded for Eva Fanari. What started out as a common cold became a near death experience six months later and triggered a moment of truth and complete clarity of purpose. This epiphany led Eva to believe that every day we work on ourselves as a project which has no deadline and involves compassion, kindness and the ability to forgive ourselves. Focused on the question that Einstein believed was the greatest question humanity can ask itself, ‘is the universe a friendly place?', Eva believes that to focus on WHY, you follow the joy.   KEY TAKEAWAY “You have to do every single day what brings you joy. If you don't, you have ventured to the territory that doesn't belong to you. The easiest way to know why you're alive and what's your path in this life is to follow the joy.”   BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS* Loving What Is by Byron Katie - https://amzn.to/38KtFKv   ABOUT EVA FANARI Eva was born and raised in the former Soviet Union, in today's Estonia. She moved to the U.S. to continue her studies in History, her main field of research being the history of conflict of ideologies. She's the Director of Training for Coldwell Banker Legacy, the largest real estate brokerage in New Mexico. She speaks and trains on the topics of conflict de-escalation, effective communication, emotional self-regulation, and negotiation. Her past clients include realtors, politicians, business owners, and educators. CONNECT WITH EVA https://evafanari.com/ https://www.facebook.com/evafanarispeaker https://www.linkedin.com/in/eva-fanari-7a96a9a8/   ABOUT THE HOST - AMY ROWLINSON Amy is a Life Purpose Coach, Podcast Strategist, Top 1% Global Podcaster, Speaker, Mastermind Host and Property Investor. Through 1:1 and group coaching, Amy works with individuals and businesses to improve productivity, engagement and fulfilment, to banish overwhelm, underwhelm and frustration and to welcome clarity, achievement and purpose.   WORK WITH AMY Amy inspires and empowers entrepreneurial clients to discover the life they dream of by assisting them to make it their reality through their own action taking. Helping them to focus on their WHY with clarity uniting their passion and purpose with a plan to create the life they truly desire. If you would like Amy to help you to launch your podcast or to focus on your WHY then please book a free 20 min call via www.calendly.com/amyrowlinson/enquirycall   KEEP IN TOUCH WITH AMY Sign up for the weekly Friday Focus - https://www.amyrowlinson.com/subscribe-to-weekly-newsletter   CONNECT WITH AMY https://linktr.ee/AmyRowlinson   HOSTED BY: Amy Rowlinson   DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.  *As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Ground Zero Media
Show sample for 5/2/22: EBE IN - THE INTERSTELLAR BOUNDARY W/ AVI LOEB

Ground Zero Media

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 9:10


A declassified document that was written by Robert Oppenheimer and Albert Einstein is believed to be the first time two well-known scientists acknowledge interstellar bodies and extraterrestrial beings or EBEs.The Oppenheimer-Einstein report examines issues related to interstellar UFOs and aliens. This was also the first time that two scientists spoke of a planetary action that would have to be organized within a new world order and create protocols for possible colonization or occupation of alien beings on planet earth. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with Harvard astronomy professor, Avi Loeb about EBE IN - THE INTERSTELLAR BOUNDARY. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #EbeIn https://groundzeromedia.org/5-2-22-ebe-in-the.../ Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis is live M-F from 7-10pm, pacific time, and streamed for free at groundzero.radio. There is a delayed broadcast on our local Portland affiliate station, KPAM 860, from 9pm-12am, pacific time. For radio affiliates near you, go to talkstreamlive.com. To listen by phone: 717-734-6922. To call into the show: 503-225-0860. The transcript of each episode will be posted after the show at groundzeromedia.org. In order to access the entire archived shows/podcasts, you must sign up on our secured server at aftermath.media. If you want access to the entire online Ground Zero library, which includes videos, audio clips, e-books, e-magazines, documents, a news aggregator, a social media platform, plus the archived shows/podcasts, it's $12 a month. Check out the yearly specials!

The You Project
#793 Mrs Einstein was the Genius - Dr. Ken Mogi

The You Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 52:05


Ken Mogi is a Japanese neuroscientist, senior researcher at the Sony Computer Science Laboratories and a visiting professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He has written more than a hundred books (what!) on a range of topics, including brain science, philosophy, history, art, education and linguistics and I loved chatting with him. Apart from being an accomplished academic, author, speaker and media performer, he's also funny, cheeky and has incredible energy. In this episode, we speak about Ninja and Samurai (types) and it turns out that I'm a Ninja, not a Samurai. More introvert, than extravert. And yes, anecdotal evidence would suggest otherwise. Shy little wallflower that I am. Oh, and in breaking news… Einstein's first wife (Mrs Einstein) was the smart one. Who knew? Okay, he went alright as well. Not surprisingly, we also chatted about all-things brain, mind, human behaviour and consciousness. And also, Mozart's sister. Apparently, she was as talented as her brother. Again, who knew? Enjoy.  The Way Of Nagomi See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

David Laroche le podcast
Des PROBLÈMES DE MOTIVATION ? Je t'explique comment les résoudre de manière SIMPLE et EFFICACE !

David Laroche le podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 12:06


Si tu désires te connecter à ton feu intérieur pour devenir inarrêtable, ressentir une motivation intense pour passer à l'action et devenir aussi passionné que Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Einstein ou Marie Curie... Ecoute cet épisode de mon Podcast ! Tu vas découvrir la différence majeure qu'il existe entre la volonté et la motivation intrinsèque. Pourquoi dans certaines situations tu procrastines alors que dans d'autres, tu es prêt à travailler pendant des heures sans t'arrêter. Tu vas également prendre conscience qu'il est totalement normal d'avoir des fluctuations d'énergie et que, tout comme la nature et ses saisons, nous passons tous par différents cycles. Pense à partager ce Podcast à une personne qui compte pour toi afin de l'encourager à passer à l'action pour réaliser ses rêves.

SermoNetties
LOVE ACCORDING TO EINSTEIN

SermoNetties

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 28:20


A few years ago a letter went viral on social media. That letter was from Einstein to his daughter and touched the hearts of many. Nettie was deeply touched by it and immediately decided to do a podcast based on it. Nettie soon learned that Snopes does not believe it was written to his daughter but does not have proof that it wasn't written to someone else. Nettie shares it anyway –– just the thought that Love could be proven to be, by science, the most powerful force in the universe, is mind-boggling and beautiful at the same time. It's what Nettie believes anyway, and would challenge Snopes to prove her wrong. Be the Light! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

In this parade of life, you're watching as everything is coming to you.Your destiny.That goal.That version of you you want to be...It's all in the parade line.You may not be able to see it yet, but it's coming.You're on the route,and it's en route.You can't miss it.Relax.Enjoy your Self.  Smile. I Love you,Niknikki@curlynikki.comBonus episodes every week:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmorningsGo(o)d Mornings merch:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmornings_______________________Today's Quotes: "Regard the sensations of life as an endless parade.  You are Awareness seated at the reviewing stand, and the parade of sensations, actions, and thoughts is passing before you. This perspective will keep you from getting caught up in any particular entry..."-Bob Pilato"The finest emotion of which we are capable of is the mystic emotion... here in lies the germ of all art and all true science.  Anyone to whom this feeling is alien, who is no longer capable of wonderment and lives in a state of fear, is a dead man... This knowledge, this feeling... this is the core of the true religious sentiment.  In this sense, and in this sense alone, I rank myself among profoundly religious men."-Albert Einstein via The Supreme Awakening I (highly recommended book of awakening stories by Craig Pearson, PhD)"Mystic comes from the Greek word 'to close'; your eyes, your ears, presumably to dive within and experience the 'germ of all art and true science'."-Craig Pearson, The Supreme Awakening "It takes a special kind of commitment to do what you're doing. To commit to the growth of your mind, the health of your body, the expansion of your soul, and the fruition of your purpose.  One step at a time because that next step may be the one that helps you round the corner on something big in your life.  At times it's hard to keep the momentum, but you always seem to find a way to get it going. No matter what. And that's where progress lies. That's where your commitment to your Self becomes your Truth. -via IG @SourceMessages Support the show (https://cash.app/$NikWalton)

Sopi Mix
Tech Impact Einstein's coined biggest blunder was calling it a blunder...

Sopi Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 49:04


Tech Impact Einstein's coined biggest blunder was calling it a blunder... Tune in to find out more . . Tech Impact is powered by Sopi Mix Studio, Qredits Aruba & Swingmasterz Audio visual & event rentals..#sopimix #sopimixstudio #sopimixaruba #podcast #swingmasterz #new #concept #islandlife #islandvibes #wetheislandpeople Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sopimix)

Earth Ancients
Dr. Avi Loeb: The Search for Alien Artifacts on Earth

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 85:07


Scooping Interstellar Fragments from the Ocean FloorAlbert Einstein famously argued in a letter to the physicist Max Born in December 1926 that God does not play dice. The letter referred to the probabilistic nature of Quantum Mechanics but it can also be interpreted more broadly as if nature does not make random choices. In fact, it is the duty of a scientist to make sense of nature's choices. Otherwise, reality looks random to those who do not understand it. Weather was perceived this way before satellite and ground-based data allowed modern science to make weather forecasts a week in advance. The fundamental insight we learned as an advanced scientific civilization is that we should be guided by evidence rather than prejudice. The range of possibilities, as often imagined in mathematics or science fiction stories, is far greater and sometimes has no overlap with what is actually realized in nature.On April 6, 2022, the United States Space Command tweeted a formal letter confirming that a meteor identified in the CNEOS catalog by my student Amir Siraj and me in 2019 as originating from outside the Solar system based on its high speed, is indeed interstellar. The meteor detection on January 8, 2014 predated the first reported interstellar object, `Oumuamua, by almost four years and should be recognized as the first interstellar object ever discovered. The meteor paper was initially doubted because the uncertainties in the velocity measurements were classified. The release of the confirmation letter is a watershed moment in which the government assists scientific progress by confirming the interstellar origin of this so-called CNEOS-2014–01–08 meteor at the 99.999% confidence.Our discovery of an interstellar meteor heralds a new research frontier, in which the Earth serves as a fishing net for massive interstellar objects. As a result of encountering Earth and rubbing against its atmosphere, an interstellar object burns up in a bright fireball. This fireball is detectable by satellites or ground-based sensors even for relatively small interstellar objects like CNEOS-2014–01–08, which was about a meter in size and created a fireball carrying a percent of the energy of the Hiroshima bomb. This size scale is a hundred times smaller than `Oumuamua, which was discovered by the Pan STARRS telescope through its reflection of sunlight. This alternative detection method allows existing survey telescopes to discover only objects larger than a football field, within the orbit of the Earth around the Sun.There should be a million objects as small as CNEOS-2014–01–08 within that volume for every `Oumuamua-size object, but only a tiny fraction of them is seen as meteors because of the small size of our “fishing net”, the Earth. The situation is analogous to finding many more small fish than whales in the ocean. But we should also keep in mind that most meteors originate from the Solar system, but the interstellar ones can be flagged by their high speeds.The interstellar meteor discovery is very important from another perspective. One can imagine a billion dollar mission to land on an interstellar object like `Oumuamua and return a sample of it to Earth, similar to the OSIRIS-REx mission that landed on the asteroid Bennu and will return material from it in September 2023. But at a cost that is ten thousand times smaller, one could scoop fragments left over from an interstellar meteor and study them in our laboratories.The debris from CNEOS-2014–01–08 landed on the ocean floor near Papua New Guinea and it is possible to scoop them with a magnet. Once collected, we could place our hands around sizeable chunks of interstellar matter and examine its composition and nature. The ocean on site is a couple of kilometers deep and the impact region is uncertain to within ten kilometers. But an expedition to explore this region for meteor fragments is feasible and we are currently engaged in designing it.The fundamental question is whether any interstellar meteor might indicate a composition that is unambiguously artificial in origin? Better still, perhaps some technological components would survive the impact. My dream is to press some buttons on a functional piece of equipment which was manufactured outside of Earth.This gives a whole new meaning to a “fishing expedition”; in this case, of extraterrestrial equipment.In February 1954, just 14 months before he died, Einstein wrote a letter to the physicist David Bohm, in which he stated: “If God created the world, his primary concern was certainly not to make its understanding easy for us.” I wonder whether our expedition to Papua New Guinea might replace the word `God' in Einstein's statements by the term `an advanced scientific civilization'.ABOUT THE AUTHORAvi Loeb is the head of the Galileo Project, founding director of Harvard University's — Black Hole Initiative, director of the Institute for Theory and Computation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and the former chair of the astronomy department at Harvard University (2011–2020). He chairs the advisory board for the Breakthrough Starshot project, and is a former member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and a former chair of the Board on Physics and Astronomy of the National Academies. He is the bestselling author of “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth” and a co-author of the textbook “Life in the Cosmos”, both published in 2021.

Manifesting Miracles With Michelle J. Lamont
Manifestation- Let Me Upgrade You - 3 Vibes You Have To Try: EP 130

Manifesting Miracles With Michelle J. Lamont

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:54


Einstein is famously known for saying everything in life is a vibration. From one of the most profound scientists to ever walk this earth, we must recognize that we are energetic beings. And as energetic beings, we must learn to create and understand things in energy. So in this episode, Michelle J. Lamont shares some of the wonderful ways we can create more abundant energy in our life and level up.    If you have tuned in to Michelle before, you have undoubtedly heard “like attracts like.” And for good reason! We are always reacting and attracting in the vibration we're currently and consciously creating in. When you're vibrating at a high level, you feel lighter, happier, and more at ease. But when we are vibrating lower, we feel heavy. How can we then stay out of the low end of the vibrational pool of attraction and climb the scale of emotional guidance?    Listen in and find the answer with Michelle in this episode on leveling up into the energetic pool of abundance.    Are you ready to manifest the life of your dreams and level up in ALL areas of your reality? Book a FREE 15-minute call with Michelle today! https://calendly.com/michellejlamont/15-minute-meet-greet-energy-session  Reach out to Michelle via any of the following to start manifesting the deepest of your desires! Website | michellejlamont.com IG | instagram.com/michellejlamont/  Email | info@michellejlamont.com    KEY POINTS: - Everything in life is a vibration - Raising your vibration is a lifelong practice  - How you can create abundant energy in your life  - Why forgiveness is really about you  - What you consume, physically and energetically, is critical  - You are worthy! Vibrate in light, love, and forgiveness!   QUOTABLES: “It starts with self-love and self-care, and you are worthy of aligning yourself with love and care. You are worthy of aligning yourself in a higher vibrational point of attraction. Let me upgrade you!”   PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: Learn to create your own reality through clarity calls or one-on-one coaching with Michelle J. Lamont at michellejlamont.com/services    Follow Michelle on Instagram @michellejlamont - instagram.com/michellejlamont Visit her website at michellejlamont.com Any questions? Reach out to Michelle at info@michellejlamont.com Manifesting Miracles is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)

Depression Detox
300 | Dr. Srikumar Rao: "Is The Universe Friendly?"

Depression Detox

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 12:55


Dr. Srikumar Rao is back to share the third most notable thing that the great scientist Albert Einstein was known for and teaches us how we can use it to live better lives.    Source: The Path to Fulfilment Starts With You | Srikumar Rao l Freedom at Work Talks   Connect with Dr. Srikumar Rao:    Website: https://theraoinstitute.com   Book Are YOU Ready to Succeed?: Unconventional Strategies for Achieving Personal Mastery in Business and Life   Previous Episodes:   180 | Dr. Srikumar Rao: "If I Succeed, Life Is Wonderful, And If I Don't..."Jul 23, 2021 122 | Dr. Srikumar Rao: "You Have Spent Your Entire Life Learning To Be..."Mar 10, 2021 020 | Dr. Srikumar Rao: "Every Time You Are In A Situation That You Find Unpleasant, And it Persists, You Are Using One Or More Mental Models That Are Not Serving You Well."Jul 15, 2020   Hosted by Malikee Josephs (Pronounced Muh leek Jo seffs)   Follow The Show On Instagram @DepressionDetoxShow.

The Alpha Male Coach Podcast
Episode 190: The Mystery Of Time (Part 1)

The Alpha Male Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 31:01


Brothers, time is a mental construct. Today, the goal is to offer insight into what that means, and how it affects our lives. The first step to understanding this, mystical as it may seem, is that there is no time. What we consider the future, is in fact the present, because everything exists in the realm of vibration, of sound, and from that realm, we bring forth the realm of form. A true understanding of time allows you to live much more peacefully within your realm of relativity. It is not time that is moving, but you that is the mover. This is not something you don't know, it is something that we have forgotten. When we stand still within time, we experience those life-defining moments. What is a year? 365 days. What is a day? We have decided that a day consists of the time it takes for the earth to spin one complete revolution on its axis towards the sun. We have gone ahead and subdivided that into hours, minutes, and seconds, and it's all completely arbitrary when it comes down to it. So too with years, days, weeks, and months. The theory of relativity tells us that the universe is expanding. And time is relative to that distance. Einstein recognized that it wasn't time that was moving, but himself. The bottom line? Time exists only in our minds! When we take our place in space, we see everything, as it is, right now. Brothers, if this sounds like you are powerless to change your path, you are mistaken! You are always in a place of free will and total choice. If you see something you don't like in your future, you have the power to change it. What you do not know, you have forgotten, and remembering is what makes it so. The forgetfulness we all experience is the great secret of life. If you don't like what you sense about your future, you step away from that. It is impossible to change the future, but it is possible to create the future you desire. By changing what the “you” in front of you experienced then the “you” behind you may never have to experience it. It is by this device that your soul evolves in the same way that the future you got help from did. With an alpha mindset, you are a spiritual being, capable of having more than one experience at a time. Although you may feel that you do, the truth is that you have no limitations! You get to choose who you really are, and become that person. You have the power to manifest and become that highest version of yourself, and that's an ongoing process. In our linear reality, we see things as past, present, and future. What if there was no time? Then you would be having all your lives at once. Have you ever had a strange feeling about some future event? We sometimes call that a premonition. From a larger perspective, that is a moment of experiencing your future, which empowers you to make a different choice altogether. The future self communicates with the present self to empower you to make better decisions. You have the power to decide who and what you want to be, and then to do everything in your power to become that person.  Your path will be made known to you because you have asked. The fact that you are listening to this podcast is evidence that you are asking, that you have a soul that is ready to know. You are everyone, I am everyone, we are all things. Everything is perfect. Brothers, there is only one of us. This may sound crazy to you, but remember that this is nothing you don't already know. You are trying to remember who you are. That's the information you are seeking. We all go through this as human beings. You will remember when you are ready. Many humans don't seek because it isn't their time. If you are seeking, it is your time. It's time to elevate your Alpha! Want to know more about what I do and how I can help you? Sign up for a free 45-minute session with me, and I'll show you how this works!

Classic Ghost Stories
The Hounds of Tindalos by Frank Belknap Long

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 50:16


The Hounds of Tindalos by Frank Belknap Long Frank Belknap  Long was born in 1901 in Harlem, New York (not the Netherlands) and died in 1992 aged 92 in Manhattan. He was a horror and science fiction writer and is most famous for his contribution to the stories of the Cthulhu Mythos. The Cthulhu Mythos begins with H P Lovecraft, but many other authors have contributed towards the corpus of stories that the faithful call ‘The Canon'.   It was his 1921 story The Eye Above The Mantel that caught Lovecraft's eye. That story was a pastiche of Edgar Allan Poe and I have elsewhere commented on that histrionic overblown prose that contains many screaming crazy dudes and occult blasphemous horrors which is found first and best in Poe, then Lovecraft and here in this lovely story. Frank and Howard maintained a long correspondence. Lovecraft was famous for his lengthy and multiple pen friendships as he sat shut up and nervous in his room. He became a mentor to Frank.  Frank contributed to the pulp magazines The Hounds of TindalosChalmers. Prefers illuminated manuscripts to adding machines and leering stone gargoyles to automobiles. Who doesn't?  He has a long nose and slightly receding chin. His bookcase has medieval pamphlets about sorcery, witchcraft and black magic (surely triple tautology)  but again, what's not normal in any of this? Although I think that Frank is setting it up for the norms so they get the idea that Chalmers is a bit weird.  He has the same name as the Australian Philosopher David Chalmers who famously came up with the term ‘the hard problem' to describe how in a materialist way of thinking, matter can give rise to subjective experience. It's as hard a problem as how cows make lollipops. We simply can't figure either of them out. So, Frank is using ‘modern science' in the guise of Einstein to undermine the self-confident materialists, particularly regarding time. He throws this is in like spice. He lets us know that Einstein is relative: we each have our own versions.   Our interlocutor is our avatar. Think how hard it would be to write a story with one character? You need two to bring out the exposition. Anyway, on we go, getting more and more theatrical with each sentence.  But this idea about curves and angles seems original and it is quite weird. Like Lovecraft's Colour Out of Space, an abstract idea like a colour or an angle can be jarringly weird. Weird is all about juxtapositions that should not be, and taking things out of context because they are juxtaposed with other, odd contents. It sort of reminded me of H G Wells' The Time Machine particularly the 1950s film version.  The Hounds of Tindalos was the first Cthulhu story written by anyone else than Lovecraft and we have references to Dholes and the Elder Races. Other than that, there is no clear connection, unless a Mythos buff can correct me. The Hounds of Tindalos are not actual dogs in this story. Other Mythos writers like Ramsey Campbell, Lin Carter, Brian Lumley and Peter Cannon reference the Hounds.  The the name Tindalos sounds Greek and there are references ‘The Greeks had a name for them, ‘ I don't think Tindalos means anything. The name Halpin is one I have only come across before in the work of Ambrose Bierce The Death of Halpin Frayser . Perhaps it is a common name in America, but I've heard in speech here.  20lb of plaster of Paris seems a lot. Despite the plaster of Paris smoothing out the corners of the room (I should have liked to have seen that), the Hounds find a way in by causing an earthquake which causes the plaster to fall and thus angles are created… A hopeless maniac. I could tell you about those.    With the later excerpts from the news and the story of his neighbour who'd gone to let his cat in, I wondered if there wasn't humour here?  The superintendent on finding the body walks to the open window and stares for five minutes

BAPS Better Living
"The Strength of Humility" by Pujya Gnanpurush Swami

BAPS Better Living

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 8:17


"The only thing more dangerous than ignorance is arrogance," said Albert Einstein. Seeming counter-intuitive to many, great leaders are humble. Discover the power of humility through the example of two great leaders of different kinds. This series is dedication to HH Pramukh Swami Maharaj, whose centennial in 2022 gives  an occasion to celebrate and share the life of a person who will inspire generations towards faith, goodness, and harmony.OTHER PLATFORMS:INSTAGRAMhttps://www.instagram.com/baps_betterlivingMEDIUMhttps://medium.com/bapsbetterliving

#BreatheMoveAdapt
092: FUN SUCKS.

#BreatheMoveAdapt

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 67:14


-Nick is old balls.  He turned 28 yesterday.-New skills? I have none. But Brandon is getting chickens and Nick is attacking handstand obstacles.-Banning Menthols? That's racist.-Have you ever exacted revenge? We haven't, but we have quantifiable haters.-What's a quote you think about often? Ships in the harbor. Mike Posner, Albert Einstein, & E.E. Cummings.-Knoxville nightlife, here we come.-Unanswerable Questions is officially retired.

Last 8% Morning
The Science of Change Series. Episode 2: What Most People Miss With Change: Managing The Invisible

Last 8% Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 25:09


Are you going through a big change at work and struggling to help people change?Are you struggling with change yourself?It goes without saying that change is hard but a big reason you struggle is because you are likely missing the most important part of change, something that is invisible to you.In today's podcast, I look at what you and most people miss when it comes to change and offer some ideas as an antidote.Let's walk!To take our assessment go to: http://last8percent.com/quizYou can register for our next Last 8% Academy at: https://last8percent.com/Join our Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thelast8project“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”Albert Einstein“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”Rumi“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”Albert Einstein

The Apple Seed
S2 E12: Games & Puzzles feat. Donna Washington, Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking Glass'

The Apple Seed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 52:50


Stories about games and puzzles and upside-down worlds where the rules don't quite make sense. (5:11) Storyteller Donna Washington shares a tale about a new husband who makes a silly bet with his bride in "Bastianello!" It was recorded live in the Apple Seed Studio. (25:07) Host Sam Payne shares a memory of relaxing the rules during a game of chess against his father-in-law, as the latter succumbed to Alzheimer's. It's today's entry in The Radio Family Journal. (32:50) Hear a reader's theater presentation of a scene from Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking Glass,' in which Alice is given a nonsensical quiz by The Red Queen and The White Queen. (44:40) The Apple Seed team gathers in the studio to solve "Einstein's Riddle," a famous logic puzzle thought to have been created by the great physicist himself.

Renascença - Extremamente Desagradável

Joana Marques traz-nos a segunda parte da entrevista de Alberta a... Einstein. Ou será Rui Sinel de Cordes?

Dan Snow's History Hit
Great Scientists We've Forgotten to Remember

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 32:28


We are told that modern science was invented in Europe, the product of great minds like Nicolaus Copernicus, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein. But science has never been a uniquely European endeavour. Copernicus relied on mathematical techniques borrowed from Arabic and Persian texts. When Newton set out the laws of motion, he relied on astronomical observations made in Asia and Africa. When Darwin was writing On the Origin of Species, he consulted a sixteenth-century Chinese encyclopaedia. And when Einstein was studying quantum mechanics, he was inspired by the Bengali physicist, Satyendra Nath Bose.James Poskett is an Associate Professor in the History of Science and Technology at the University of Warwick. James joins Dan on the podcast to uncover the ways in which scientists from Africa, America, Asia and the Pacific fit into the history of science.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Past Lives Podcast
The Past Lives Podcast Ep208 Jeanne Reed

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 60:44


This week I'm talking to Jeannie Reed about her book 'The Afterlife Book: Because You Never Got a Chance To Say Goodbye'.These days we're taught that death is the period at the end of the sentence of life. A hard stop. The end. So, many of us have never had faith in the idea that death might just be a simple transition to another form of life. But suppose that's what it is? And suppose there's proof? The Afterlife Book takes a close look at the hidden workings of the spirit world and the endless life of the soul, how it all seems to function, and the earthly forces at play that influence the relationship between the afterlife and life as we know it. In the Book you'll find ancient mystics, oracles, and thinkers, Michio Kaku and his quantum physics world, Deepak Chopra and his spiritual philosophy, Caroline Myss and her work on Native American spirituality, Edgar Cayce and his psychic genius. Here you'll find Dr. Carl Jung, Dr. Raymond Moody, Jr., Dr. Brian Weiss, Dr. Ian Stevenson, and Dr. Jim Tucker and their research into death and memory. Here you'll find Albert Einstein and Pythagoras alongside a New Jersey cab driver, a Long Island executive, a California car mechanic, a Massachusetts singer, a Virginia woman of strong Christian faith. Here you'll find mediums from the 1700s on, including today's Jeffrey Wands, George Anderson, Lisa Williams, Theresa Caputo. Here you'll find Andy Griffith and Jerry Orbach and Elvis Presley, right alongside Socrates, Madame Blavatsky, Abraham Lincoln, and Amedeo Modigliani. Overall, The Afterlife Book is an informative and entertaining read, a book that talks about a whole new/old way of looking at life and after-life. Jeannie Reed notes, "Maybe after reading this, we won't be afraid of dying anymore."BioJeannie Reed is the author of The Language of Tarot: A Proven System for Reading the Cards. While a business and world affairs journalist and freelance editor, she became a professional psychic. The Afterlife Book grew out of many stunning personal experiences and nearly three years' research. Jeannie lives and works in Manhattan.https://www.amazon.com/Afterlife-Book-Because-Chance-Goodbye-ebook/dp/B09NL4ZJJN/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1650629553&sr=8-1https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
244. Asking A Theoretical Physicist About The Physics Of Consciousness | Roger Penrose & Jordan Peterson

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 100:38


Dr. Peterson recently traveled to the UK for a series of lectures at the highly esteemed Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. This conversation was recorded during that period with Sir Roger Penrose, a British mathematical physicist who was awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for “discovering that black hole formation is a robust predictor of Einstein's general relativity.” Moderated by Dr. Stephen Blackwood. ___________ Chapters ___________ [0:00] Intro [1:00] Is Consciousness Computational? [3:20] Turing Machines [6:30] Determinism & the Arrow of Time [12:15] Consciousness & Reductionism [17:30] Emergent Randomness & Evolution [23:00] The Tiling Problem, Computation, & AI [29:30] Escher, Brains, Bach [39:00] Pattern Recognition & Intuition [45:30] Mathematical Representations & the Physical World [54:00] Collapsing Schrodinger's Equation [1:00:00] Consciousness-Independent Reality [1:07:00] Black Holes & Time Horizons [1:15:00] Einstein's Biggest Mistake [1:27:00] Meaning & Consciousness [1:39:00] Hawking Spots: Potential Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices