In the eerie depths of the human psyche, there exists a phenomenon that shatters the boundaries of logic and science, leaving us with more questions than answers. Join us on an enigmatic journey as we delve into the mysterious realm of Third Man Syndrome, an inexplicable and unsettling phenomenon that has haunted explorers, adventurers, and thrill-seekers for generations. In this mysterious episode, we invite you to explore the stories and accounts of those who've ventured into the unknown and found themselves facing the inexplicable presence of the Third Man. From legendary polar explorers battling the relentless cold of Antarctica to daring mountaineers scaling the world's deadliest peaks, the enigmatic Third Man has manifested in their darkest hours, offering solace, guidance, and an uncanny reassurance that defies explanation. But what is the true nature of the Third Man? Is it a guardian angel, a figment of the mind, or something beyond our comprehension? As we traverse the shadowy corridors of human consciousness, we'll unravel the theories, delve into the science, and hear firsthand accounts that will send shivers down your spine. ----- TIME STAMPS: 0:00 - The Third Man 1:16 - Intro Theme 2:36 - Not a Great Start 4:47 - Let's Talk 3rd Man Syndrome 7:35 - Sir Ernest Shackleton 9:34 - Christian Doesn't Understand "Fun" Facts 10:11 - The Boys Dive Into This Third Man… 11:44 - Scott Has a "Mysterious" Case of the Giggles 14:33 - John Geiger's Survival Stories 22:24 - These Are Pretty Much Just Guardian Angels, Right? 25:27 - Third Man Account From Alaska 27:55 - Driving While Tired 29:32 - Let's Talk About The Woman Behind Me 31:55 - A Tree Falls 33:05 - The Day After Christmas 40:00 - Will The Brain Tangent Ever Truly End? 41:38 - The Single Greatest Sound Pad Combo Attack of All Time. 42:06 - (TRIGGER WARNING) The Alison Botha Story 45:28 - Creation At Work Vs. The Brain at Work 49:15 - The Religious Debate Rages on as is Tradition 53:13 - Thank The "Possible" Existing God That's Over 53:29 - Final Thoughts 56:39 - Outro ----- Come join our Facebook Group! Chat with us and other like-minded friends of the show. Drop your episode suggestions, personal paranormal experiences, memes, and general discussion on paranormal phenomena & topical events! TFD Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/tfdfb If you're enjoying the show, please take a second to leave us a 5-Star Review and consider sharing the show with your friends and family! It's the single best way to help us move up the charts and beat those pesky algorithms. Have You Ever Experienced Something Paranormal? We want to hear your story! Use the email below to submit paranormal experiences, episode suggestions, or general feedback on ways we can improve the quality of the show: firstname.lastname@example.org Official TFD Merch: TFD Merch Subscribe to The Freaky Deaky on YouTube and Follow Us on Social Media For Photos, Video Shorts & Behind The Scenes Looks From Each Episode: YouTube: https://bit.ly/3goj7SP Instagram: https://bit.ly/2HOdleo Facebook: https://bit.ly/3ebSde6 TFD Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/tfdfb TikTok: https://bit.ly/35lNOlu Website: The Freaky Deaky Podcast
Neste episódio, o papo é com o Vice-Presidente de Marketing da Ambev, Daniel Wakswaser. Ou Dani Waks. De trainee a VP, o Dani está na Ambev há 16 anos. Nesse tempo, ele atuou com inúmeras marcas, como Skol, Brahma, Antarctica, Bohemia e diferentes posições de liderança em diversas áreas e negócios da companhia. Primeiro no […]
Welcome to another exciting episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast! In this thought-provoking installment, we're delving into two dynamic segments starting with a book review of The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush. Then stay tuned to listen in as Renee and Ashley ask themselves, “Can I be a feminist football fan?”. The Quickening: A Review (00:21) Mariquita takes the reins as she reviews The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush. This book is an intellectual journey that explores the ethics of parenthood in the face of climate change, dives deep into the gender disparity within scientific pursuits, and takes readers on an exploration of the enigmatic continent of Antarctica. If you've ever dreamed of taking a literary adventure to the icy landscapes of Antarctica, this book may be your perfect companion. Get a copy of The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush Can I be a Feminist Football Fan? (07:04) As you're likely already aware, Renee and Ashley are big sports fans, from the WNBA to the NFL and the Indy 500. But being a sports fan can feel really disgusting sometimes, particularly for those of us who love (American) football. Renee and Ashley dig into the conundrum of being a fan while also being a critical feminist consumer of sports entertainment.**Spoiler alert: It's messy. Books mentioned: Forty Million Dollar Slaves: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Black Athlete by William C. Rhoden Other resources: The Gist newsletter TOGETHXR Support our hosts & guests: Follow Mariquita: Instagram Follow Renee: Instagram // Twitter // The StoryGraph Follow Ashley: Instagram Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday Check out our online community here! This episode was edited and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
One episode wasn't enough for all the shady things going on down at the South Pole. Follow me down the rabbit hole for Antarctica part 2.https://the-rabbit-hole-podcast.myshopify.com/https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/931-under-the-earth-s-surface https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7vt5paORIc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbzr13UeAZA&t=88s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEE4xXmJuQo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TozSkCROyqU https://www.youtube.com/shorts/jQ0SLVmFa_E https://icecube.wisc.edu/science/icecube/ https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/what-is-a-neutrino-and-why-should-anyone-but-a-particle-physicist-care https://shawnryanshow.com/blogs/the-shawn-ryan-show/srs-66-eric-hecker-antarctica-firefighter-for-raytheon-exposes-scary-earthquake-weapon-part-3 https://knowledge.aidr.org.au/resources/earthquake-christchurch-new-zealand-2011/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzIKWnZJ29s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUIxHVzmKvU https://www.youtube.com/shorts/cGWxBkOFW9c https://www.instagram.com/reel/CxDqxKNrJgT/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ== https://follybeach.com/shark-teeth-identification-guide/ https://ocean.si.edu/ocean-life/sharks-rays/how-big-are-great-white-sharks https://www.instagram.com/reel/CwZ38ijqRtC/?igshid=NzZhOTFlYzFmZQ%3D%3D Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Visiting the Ross Ice Shelf across several seasons, Stephanie Kryzwonos interrogates the heroic narratives of male exploration and conquest—written almost entirely by white men—that gender the land through feminine tropes. Might these characterizations, borne of a colonizing hunger to conquer and subdue, say more about the culture they come from than about the land they describe? What would happen, Stephanie asks, if we moved beyond fantasies and savior complexes, and instead approached Antarctica as a living place with agency? Read this story. Explore more stories from Shifting Landscapes, our fourth print volume. Sign up for our newsletter to hear more stories as they are released each week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Conrad Anker is an American rock climber, mountaineer, and author, who has successfully summited Mt. Everest 3 times, and has done other ascents and expeditions, as well as visited Antarctica 12 times. He is the Vice President of Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation. This episode shares all the twists and turns of his life. Don't miss it! One for the mountains!
Welcome to our newest show at Impact Radio USA, "INTERVIEWS and MORE", the show that features past interviews from our guests on "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" radio show. In addition to continuing to promote our guests, this show also gives our listeners another opportunity to hear the great information that our guests have provided. As for the "More", we will cover everything from food, to cars, to Bible verses, to music, and so much "MORE"! NEW SHOWS ARE DROPPED EACH MONDAY AT 10:00 AM ET. On today's segment, we will play the interview with DAVID WEISS, also known as, "FLAT EARTH DAVE". DAVID WEISS, better known as "FLAT EARTH DAVE", a well-known voice in the world of discussing "Is the Earth Flat?", will join us to discuss why the Earth is, indeed .... FLAT, including the providing of his empirical evidence. We will also talk about his views on COVID; the government; Antarctica; 9-11; our Presidents; and so much more! FROM HIS BIO: "Flat Earth Dave hails from the East Coast of the United States where he was born and raised. He began his Flat Earth journey when he left his very lucrative corporate job and started his own company. As a hobby, he hosted a conspiracy comedy show at a NYC comedy club for three years. After many fans urged that he look at what he considered to be a ridiculous notion called, "Flat Earth", he sought out to disprove this conspiracy and put it to bed once and for all. It was then that he discovered Flat Earth was in fact the true earth and hasn't looked back. He is now on a mission to wake up the world to Flat Earth because it is the MOST IMPORTANT topic today, especially in light of today's current political and social climate." Direct Link to The Flat Earth Sun, Moon & Zodiac Clock app qrco.de/bbizVA Website https://www.FlatEarthDave.com Twitter twitter.com/thefepodcast/ Instagram www.instagram.com/theflatearthpodcast/ Facebook facebook.com/theflatearthpodcast/ YouTube Channel: DITRH (Deep Inside The Rabbit Hole) https://www.youtube.com/c/DITRH/videos
Emperor penguins are the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species. The loss of sea ice in Antarctica last year has led to unprecedented breeding failure in some emperor penguin colonies. In a study published by the British Antarctic Survey, researchers found that no chicks survived from four of the five known emperor penguin […]
It'sa Cthulhu episode everyone! Doug and Jason grace Matt, Mike, and your earholes with some tales of a weird and wacky place in Antarctica. There's weird star fruit beings and even penguins!Support the showStarting your own podcast? Use this link to receive a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a paid account with Buzzsprout!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1671664LinktreeBuy us a beer!Join us in Discord!DLUTI.comUnplanned PodnancyUndefined Graphics (Photography & Graphic Design)Don't Look Under The Internet PO BOX 6437 Aurora IL 60598
The two largest ice sheets on Earth sit atop Antarctica and Greenland. But they're both getting smaller in a hurry. They're contributing to the rise in global sea level—about an inch over the past few decades. The rate at which the sheets vanish isn't the same, though—Greenland's is disappearing much faster.The ice sheets can be hundreds of feet thick. But as the climate has warmed up, they've been shrinking. According to one study, from 1992 to 2020 they lost a combined eight trillion tons of ice, with Greenland contributing more than half of the total.That's a bit surprising, because the Antarctic sheet contains more than eight times as much ice as Greenland's. But they're disappearing for different reasons.The Antarctic sheet disappears as shelves of ice that extend over the ocean break off and float away. That's happening more often because changing winds are driving warmer water toward parts of the continent. As the icebergs move out, more ice glides from the land into the sea—raising the global sea level.About half of Greenland's ice loss is driven by the same process. But the other half comes from melting. Greenland has warmed up more than the rest of Earth—by about four degrees Fahrenheit in summer, and nine degrees in winter. Some of the water trickles to the bottom of the ice. It lubricates the rocks below, so the ice flows toward the ocean faster—contributing to the demise of Earth's second-largest ice sheet, and the rise in global sea level.
Rafael Videla Eissmann (Chile, 1979) is a historian graduated from UniversidadCatólica de Chile. He has developed numerous anthropological and ethno-historical investigations on pre-Hispanic America, focusing his studies onmythology and symbols.Rafael is a member of the Berchtesgaden-based Privatinstitut fürWelteislehre (“Private Institute of Glacial Cosmogony”), of РОИПА (“RussianSociety for the Study of Atlantis”) and of the Italian cultural association AkakorGeographical Exploring.Among his main books are Crónica de la Montaña de Melimoyu (“Chronicle ofthe Mountain of Melimoyu”, 2003), Roberto Rengifo y el Secreto de la AméricaAborigen (“Roberto Rengifo and the Secret of Aboriginal America”, 2007), LaCosmogonía Glacial de Hörbiger y la Doctrina del Hielo Universal (“Hörbiger'sGlacial Cosmogony and the Universal Ice Doctrine”, 2007), El Diluvio y losgigantes. Mitos de Chile a la luz de la Cosmogonía Glacial (“The Deluge andthe Giants. Myths of Chile in the Light of Glacial Cosmogony”, 2010), Símbolosrúnicos en América. Con un prólogo de Vicente Pistilli (“Runic Symbols inAmerica”. With a Foreword by Vicente Pistilli. 2011), El Gran Diluvio. Mitosamericanos sobre la última catástrofe planetaria. Con un prólogo de MarcoNünemann (“The Great Flood. American Myths About the Last PlanetaryCatastrophe”. With a Foreword by Marco Nünemann. 2011), Mitos del PoloAntártico. Cosmogonía y antropogonía de la civilización prediluvial (“Myths ofthe Antarctic Pole. Cosmogony and Anthropogony of the PrediluvialCivilization”, 2012), La Ciudad de los Césares y el misterio de los indiosblancos (“The City of the Caesars and the Mystery of the White Indians”, 2012),Los Dioses Extraterrestres y el regreso de B'olon Yokte' K'uh. Con un prólogode Erich von Däniken (“The Extraterrestrial Gods and the Return of B'olonYokte' K'uh”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2013), Los lituches. Latradición de los hombres-dioses del sur del mundo. Con un prólogo de Erichvon Däniken (“The Lituches. The Tradition of the God-Men of the South of theWorld”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2014), El Símbolo Sagrado delSol (“The Sacred Symbol of the Sun”, 2014), Antártida, Arquinesia y laAtlántida. Aproximaciones al poblamiento americano (“Antarctica, Arquinesiaand Atlantis. Approaches to American Peopling”, 2017), Irminsul. Simbolismoen torno al origen de la raza polar (“Irminsul. Symbolism Around the Origin ofthe Polar Race”, 2017) and La tradición sagrada de los ugha mongulala.Tatunca Nara y el misterio amazónico (“The Sacred Tradition of the UghaMongulala. Tatunca Nara and the Amazon Mystery”, 2018) –among others–.Rafael is also a contributor to the magazines Sagenhafte Zeiten from Germany,PaleoSETI from Canada and Ancient America from the United States.Contact: email@example.com://obrasrafaelvidelaeissmann.blogspot.com/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2790919/advertisement
Second In Command Cameron Herold, COO Alliance – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 970 Cameron Herold Cameron Herold is the Founder of the COO Alliance and Invest In Your Leaders Course as well as the author of Vivid Vision and The Second In Command. He's the mastermind behind the exponential growth of hundreds of companies. As the founder of the COO Alliance and the Invest In Your Leaders course, Cameron is a dynamic consultant who has coached some of the biggest names in business, including Sprint Telecom and a monarchy in the Middle East. Known as the "CEO Whisperer", Cameron has a reputation for guiding his clients to double their profits and revenue in just three years or less. Cameron's entrepreneurial journey began at a young age, and by 35, he had helped build his first two $100 million dollar companies. But his greatest achievement came as the COO of 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, where he engineered the company's spectacular growth from $2 million to $106 million in revenue and from 14 to 3,100 employees - all in just six years. Cameron is not just a successful business leader, but also a captivating speaker. The current publisher of Forbes magazine, Rich Karlgaard, stated "Cameron Herold is the best speaker I've ever heard...he hits grand slams”. When he's not on stage, Cameron continues to teach through his Second In Command podcast and his bestselling books, including Vivid Vision, Meetings Suck, Free PR, Double Double, and The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs. Cameron is a top-rated international speaker and has been paid to speak in 26 countries and on all 7 continents, including Antarctica in early 2022. He is also the top-rated lecturer at EO/MIT's Entrepreneurial Master's Program and a powerful and effective speaker at CEO and COO leadership events worldwide. Listen to this informative Sharkpreneur episode with Cameron Herold about his book, The Second In Command. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How having the right COO and team for different stages of growth is crucial. - Why filling the position of CEO can be difficult to accomplish. - How the CEO position varies significantly across companies making it difficult to find the right person. - Why it's important for CEOs to identify areas of the business that energize them and drain them. - How CEOs must invest in their personal development and seek help in areas where they need assistance. Connect with Cameron: Guest Contact Info Instagram @cameron_herold_cooalliance Facebook facebook.com/cameronherold LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/cameronherold Links Mentioned: cameronherold.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The frozen frontier has left us with a lot of questions. Nothing seems to be adding up. Follow me down the rabbit hole about Antarctica.https://the-rabbit-hole-podcast.myshopify.com/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctica https://www.ats.aq/e/antarctictreaty.html https://polarguidebook.com/antarctica-conspiracy-theories/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmCOZfJNeQ4 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/secret-nazi-military-base-russian-scientists-alexandra-land-a7373401.html https://joyofmuseums.com/museums/middle-east-museums/turkey-museums/istanbul-museums/topkapi-palace/piri-reis-map/ https://www.climate-policy-watcher.org/ancient-history/piri-reis-map-of-antarctica-antarctica-ice-free.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8viG8g8sjY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpdMElZMscU Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this edition of Dunes Cantina, we go all over the place, from recent theater watches to various conspiracy theories. Respect the speculation and don't hate the players, just question the game. Seth Harris Seth's Alkahest: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Bd7VUPdGWIvKyFaBR9lZj That's Effin Weird: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RRksZXxsziDhFJjyDQUeh?si=eSI7vPGbTgi2nQ3tCheeiQ&nd=1 Handle With Scare: https://open.spotify.com/show/0EdX5Ip6iDOi9bFF2vKQNd Cody-Co: https://www.bandlab.com/codyco_ Special Guests: Cody Israel , Kristin The NYC Mom, Madame Wyrd, and Seth Harris.
Designed with you in mind, our visionary vessels will be your very own floating hotel as you explore the waterways of the world in revolutionary comfort. With innovative new technology, a wide selection of dining options and spacious suites, you'll be spoilt for choice from the moment you step on board our 5-star fleet. On board you'll have full access to a wellness area, complete with massage service, a gym, special on board entertainment, Wi-Fi internet, e-bikes and of course luxuriously appointed suites to retire to at the end of the day. Scenic EclipseThe Scenic Eclipse fleet sets the standard in ocean cruising in terms of technology, size and luxury. Voyage in 6-star luxury through The Americas, Antarctica, Europe and the Mediterranean; and the Arctic and Fjords.Scenic Eclipse IIIn 2023, we will welcome Scenic Eclipse II to our fleet and take guests to more than 357 extraordinary ports in 54 remarkable countries, spanning over seven continents. This is the future of world-wide discovery yacht cruising.
The fact that expedition cruising has grown enormously over just the last five years, should come as no surprise. Even during the pandemic, cruise lines were launching new expedition vessels that sailed to ever more remote destinations—and we're not just talking about Antarctica and the Arctic. There are expedition cruises to remote islands, fantastic new places and even familiar ports that deserve a new take. But how can you figure out which expedition your clients should go on? This panel of expedition experts tells you how. Panelists include Tim Burch, Central Regional sales director, Atlas Ocean Voyages; Tim Amm, expedition director, Silversea; and Ellen McIlvaine, vice president of sales for Ponant. For more information, visit www.atlasoceanvoyages.com, www.silversea.com, and www.ponant.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Today on the podcast, we welcome Eric Richter and Glenn Maryansky from the band Antarctica. Eric was in Christie Front Drive and has been on the podcast before. Eric had this other band with an amazing group of musicians in the late 90s in NYC that went more toward the NYC electronic scene and more Underworld, New Order, The Cure, Ride, etc. At the time, it was largely forgotten. Solid Brass Records is getting this stuff online for everyone to enjoy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tyler isn't just an avid ultra-endurance athlete; he's an 8x Guinness World Record holder, a seasoned high-altitude mountaineer, and someone who lives life in the realm of the extraordinary. With an educational background in engineering and geophysics from the University of Maryland and the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Tyler combines his passion for extreme sports with an insatiable curiosity for technology, evolutionary biology, and space exploration. Hear the inside scoop on the Polar Row, the record-breaking rowing expedition across the Arctic Ocean, and how Tyler faced "the toughest foot race on Earth"—the Marathon Des Sables, a six-day, 156-mile ultra-marathon across the Sahara Desert. Not to mention, Tyler has just conquered not one, but two of the most formidable peaks in 2023—Mount Vincent in Antarctica and Mount Everest. Sign up for the new G14 newsletter here: https://www.clearedhotpodcast.com/exclusive Check out the newest Cleared Hot Gear here: https://shop.clearedhotpodcast.com/
This week, we're traveling to the South Pole. Brit finds out more about an epic expedition to Antarctica by one of the IPBES assessment co-chairs, Professor Mike Christie, and his Paralympian teammate, Karen Darke. Get the inside track on their phenomenal adventure, and find out how an extreme landscape, not known for its biodiversity, helped them to better understand the tremendous values of nature beyond use. The sounds from Antarctica were recorded by Mike Webster, who followed Mike and Karen on their expedition. To find out more about IPBES, head to www.ipbes.net or follow us on social media @IPBES.
In this episode, Kristin, a seasoned international travel blogger who's been navigating the world from her wheelchair, shares her adventures across 20 countries and Antarctica! Kristin's journey is more than just travel; it's about budgeting, diligent research and finding ways to make travel more affordable, and most importantly, inspiring others to break boundaries, to explore, and to live without limits. From witnessing the endurance of Emperor Penguins to experiencing the midnight sun phenomenon, Kristin takes us on her adventures across 20 countries, four continents, and especially, the awe-inspiring Antarctica. Kristin shares practical advice on how she navigates hurdles, like her use of Google Maps for accessibility research and tips on finding accommodations that truly understand the meaning of accessibility. We also discuss the beauty of the world, the importance of making it accessible, and the unexpected joys of traveling. Despite the higher costs and the occasional lack of accessible facilities, Kristin's stories remind us that the world is full of experiences just waiting to be had!https://worldonwheelsblog.com/https://twitter.com/WorldonWheels6https://www.instagram.com/worldonwheelsblog/https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100073853057823Support the showPlease download, like, subscribe, share a review, and follow us on your favorite podcasts app and connect with us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wherenextpodcast/View all listening options: https://wherenextpodcast.buzzsprout.com/HostsCarol: https://www.instagram.com/carol_freelance_life/Kristen: https://www.instagram.com/team_wake/ If you can, please support the show or you can buy us a coffee.
This is the 104 episode of Mathcast, in which we discuss new releases from The Armed, Gendo Ikari, Limbs, The Gorge, Oxx, and Fox Womb. The Armed: https://thearmed.bandcamp.com/album/perfect-saviors Gendo Ikari: https://gendoikari.bandcamp.com/album/rokubungi Limbs: https://limbs1991.bandcamp.com/album/everything-under-heaven The Gorge: https://thegorge.bandcamp.com/album/mechanical-fiction Oxx: https://oxxmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-primordial-blues Fox Womb: https://fox-womb.bandcamp.com/album/even-without-those-we-have-lost-the-world-still-relentlessly-turns Theme music: Antarctica - "Aqua Teen Destroyed Boston's Life" https://antarcticaiscold.bandcamp.com/
It's a mixed bag for Antarctica with news that in 2022 the ice continent experienced a massive heat wave. Dr Kyle Clem, a lecturer in climate science at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington speaks to Anna.
Join us while with touch base on updates on some of the cases we've already covered. We'll discuss updates for Jelani Day, Naomi Irion, Samuel Little, Antarctica's whimsical nightmare of a creature, The Murder of Khadija O by Sharaban K (AKA the Doppelganger Murder), as well as several missing persons cases. We'll discuss the disappearances of Taylor Johnson, Dontiasiah Hooper, and Kimberly Avila.If you have information on any of the missing persons cases we've covered please contact police:Kimberly Avila - (956)548-7060Printable Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K-gqrvg8l27KLjF1IzoRU3hjBGoEG-8L/view?usp=drive_linkDontiasiah Hooper - (312) 747-8380Printable Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lhKkHTS_R9weaQ4bqvdK546ZOozR_-_B/view?usp=drive_linkTaylor Johnson - (410) 307-2020Printable Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12ULtRflRARcZD9XVBDENlU_746Ai2GvD/view?usp=drive_linkJoin our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449439969638764https://www.patreon.com/truecreepshttps://theweirdemporium.net/pages/true-creeps-podcast-merchwww.truecreeps.comHave an episode idea or a question about a case? Submit them here: https://www.truecreeps.com/ideasandquestionsTwitter @truecreepsInstagram @truecreepspodFacebook.com/truecreepspodEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFamily Still Looking For Missing Transgender Woman Who Vanished In 2017 | Missing | Investigation Discovery‘We still don't know anything:' Family continues searching for missing Brownsville woman last seen in 2017956 Vanished: Kimberly Avila | KVEO-TVSearch underway for missing Chicago 13-year-old13-year-old Chicago girl reported missing | WGN-TV13-Year-Old Reported Missing in Essex AreaCan you sell organs in the United States? | Donor AllianceHarvard body parts scandal: KY man linked to medical school scheme
Today, we're joined by Akshay Nanavati, AKA Fearvana. Ex-marine and recovered alcoholic gave his life a new purpose by facing his fears head-on. In the process, he learned how to harness fear and use it as a driver to achieve an incredible life. Tune in today to learn how to leverage fear and use it to create the life of your dreams. This episode is for athletes, entrepreneurs, coaches, and everyone in between. The skill of harnessing and leveraging fear is useful for everybody. More about Akshay AKA Fearvana: Akshay Nanavati is a Marine Corps Veteran, adventurer, entrepreneur, and author of Fearvana, endorsed by the Dalai Lama. Since overcoming depression, PTSD, and alcoholism that pushed him to the brink of suicide after serving on the frontlines during the war in Iraq, he has run ultramarathons, spent 10 days in darkness, explored the most hostile environments on the planet, from mountains to caves to polar icecaps, and is currently training for a solo, 110-day, 1700-mile crossing of Antarctica. Connect with AkshayInstagram: @fearvanaWebsite: http://greatsoulcrossing.com/Follow Designs for Sport Instagram: @designsforsportWebsite: www.designsforsport.comFollow Jordan BokserInstagram: @jordan.bokser
Jasmine and Gracie are celebrating the 100th illustration of their adventures by their personal artist, Abigail Clark by exploring Antarctica!!! There will be penguins. And snow. And ice. And hot chocolate. If you like Abbey's art as much as they do, check her out at abigailclarkcreates.com.
In this episode:00:30 Early humans pushed to brink of extinctionAround 900,000 years ago the ancestors of modern humans were pushed to the brink of extinction, according to new research. Genetic studies suggest that the breeding population of our ancestors in Africa dropped to just 1,280 and didn't expand again for another 117,000 years. This population crash would likely have had an impact on human genetic diversity, and may have driven the evolution of important features of modern humans, such as brain size.Nature News: Human ancestors nearly went extinct 900,000 years ago3:49 The pollution legacy of Antarctica's research stationsPoor historical waste practices have left high levels of pollution around Antartica's research facilities. By surveying the seafloor near Australia's Casey research station, researchers have revealed high concentrations of hydrocarbons and heavy metals.This pollution is likely to be widespread, but its impact on the continent is unknown.Nature News: Antarctic research stations have polluted a pristine wilderness07:43 Melting sea-ice causes catastrophic penguin breeding failurePersistently low levels of sea-ice around Antarctica have caused emperor penguins to abandon their breeding colonies early, resulting in the death of large numbers of chicks. Although the affected populations only represent a small number of the total emperor penguins on the continent, it's unclear how they'll fare if trends in sea-ice melt continue.Science: Emperor penguins abandon breeding grounds as ice melts around them09:23 The AI trained to describe smellsResearchers have developed an artificial-intelligence that can describe how compounds smell by analysing their molecular structures. The system's description of scents are often similar to those of trained human sniffers, and may have applications in the food and perfume industries. Currently the AI works on individual molecules, and is unable to identify the smells associated with complex combinations of molecules, something humans noses do with ease.Nature: AI predicts chemicals' smells from their structuresSubscribe to Nature Briefing, an unmissable daily round-up of science news, opinion and analysis free in your inbox every weekday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Belgica begins to explore the coast of Antarctica - and plunges deeper and deeper to the south as the long night of winter approaches. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scientific research has taken Dr Chandrika Nath from pole to pole. As a glaciologist she has worked in Lapland and Antarctica, spending 100 days in the latter collecting data samples in extreme isolation. The frigid, but tangible research, was an escape from the lab and her life as a particle physicist dealing with computer generated simulations. Four years later, she traded one harsh environment for another - becoming a scientific advisor to parliamentary policymakers but is now back at the poles as the executive director of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, the organisation supporting international collaboration in Antarctica. She speaks to Kathryn.
Henry Worsley was a husband, father, and an officer of an élite British commando unit; also a tapestry weaver, amateur boxer, photographer, and collector of rare books, maps, and fossils. But his true obsession was exploration. Worsley revered the Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and he had led a 2009 expedition to the South Pole. But Worsley planned an even greater challenge. At fifty-five, he set out to trek alone to ski from one side of the Antarctic continent to the other, hauling more than three hundred pounds of gear and posting an audio diary by satellite phone. The New Yorker staff writer David Grann wrote about Worsley's quest, and spoke with his widow, Joanna Worsley, about the painful choice she made to support her husband in a mortally dangerous endeavor. This segment originally aired March 2, 2018.
On this episode, our guest Klara Weaver talks about Wedel seals farting in her face in Antarctica, peeing in a Nalgene in the middle of the night (and the need to practice in the shower), sexism in expedition medicine, the role of social media in expedition medicine self promotion and keeping it grounded, the importance of ‘mentally' unpacking after expedition, shout out to our supportive family friends and partners who put up with us! And her love affair with grass post Antarctica. We also discuss the allure of buying new kit for hobbies and how it has inspired her side hustles. Klara shares her passion for arts and crafts, being outdoors, and her interest in business and small businesses. Klara also talks about her foray into carpentry and making things with power tools when converting a campervan. During her time in Antarctica, Klara learned crochet as a distraction and a way to quiet her mind. She emphasises the importance of having something outside of medicine, whether it's a hobby, sport, or other skill. Klara believes that having a side hustle can bring valuable skills back into medicine and make it more interesting. She mentions the potential for quality improvement projects in medicine inspired by business practices. Having diverse interests makes one a more well-rounded doctor and makes the less exciting aspects of medicine more enjoyable. Klara shares that her family and friends have a short attention span when it comes to her experiences in Antarctica. She highlights that people often want her 20-month expedition to be condensed into a few sentences, not fully understanding the challenges and intensity of the experience. She warns that social media can give a misleading perception of expeditions, emphasizing the behind-the-scenes work, anxiety, and potential risks involved.
Join host Michael Hernandez as he kicks off Season 4 to get a glimpse of life at the bottom of the world, and insights about his expedition to Antarctica as part of his Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship. See episode notes and resources at www.changethenarrative.net
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In this episode, we talk to Lisa Blair. She is a record holding sailor, that only started her sailing journey at the age of 25 and in seven short years, started making history. She was the first woman to sail solo around Antarctica with one stop, overcoming a dramatic dismasting at sea. She went on to lead the first all-female team in the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race after setting two more world records by sailing solo, non-stop, and unassisted around Australia. In 2022, she became the fastest person to sail solo, non-stop, and unassisted around Antarctica while conducting crucial ocean health research. With over 110,000 nautical miles under her belt, she is not only an accomplished sailor but also an author, adventurer, and inspirational speaker.During this episode we talked about some of the challenges she faced while sailing solo around Antarctica, What inspired her naming her boat Climate Action Now. Some of the magical wild life encounters she shared while at sea as well as how climate change and the plastic pollution is impacting our oceans. Links from the episodes:178: Sailing the waves of change a conversation with Captain Paul WatsonClimate Action Now MessageIce Maiden the filmFacing Fear BookMelanie Perkins (Canva)Million Dollar IslandWhere can people find Lisa?FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeWebsiteKEY TAKE AWAY“The rhythm of the planet is changing.”
Prepare for a mind-bending odyssey through the realms of hidden knowledge and high-tech intrigue in this epic podcast episode. Our journey begins with Brad Olson, an award-winning author and book publisher, who takes us on a wild ride through his recent astonishing discoveries. But hold onto your seats, as Brad isn't the only one revealing secrets. Join us in a whirlwind of truth, where hidden powers manipulate weather patterns and orchestrate heatwaves through technologies like chemtrails and HAARP arrays. Explore the shocking claims of a heart-like system in Antarctica controlling natural disasters, and a larger scheme for power and control that plays out on a global stage. But there's more. Dive deep into the rabbit hole as our conversation takes a mysterious turn, uncovering German involvement in backward engineering advanced technology from Aldebaran, involving zero-point energy and UFOs. Enter the world of the Thule Society, post-World War II Nazi escapes, and the existence of secret space programs like Solar Warden and Nachtwaffen. Join us on a journey where certain groups hold the keys to advanced technology, and where the lines between reality and deception blur. Unveil the testimony of Bob Lazar, the underground base S4 near Area 51, and mind-boggling discoveries on Google Earth, hinting at a chilling plot—Project Bluebeam—a staged alien invasion. Are we being set up for a cosmic deception? Explore predictive programming, massive motherships in our solar system, and a New World Order agenda. Unearth testimonies from figures like Wernher von Braun and the release of suppressed alien technology. Yet, there's hope. Hope that the 'cabal's' plans will crumble, and that a brighter future awaits. And speaking of hope, our guest introduces their latest book, 'Awakening of a Warrior,' an enthralling journey enriched with visuals and past-life recollections. But the intrigue doesn't stop there. Our guest's extraordinary talent for tapping into past life memories reveals hidden historical information and promises more enlightening books to come. We'll delve into a fourth-dimensional war and the crucial importance of unleashing suppressed knowledge. So, fasten your seatbelts and prepare for an electrifying episode that spans the spectrum of knowledge, from weather manipulation to conspiracy theories, and from hidden technology to the enigma of past lives. This is the podcast that will keep you at the edge of your seat from start to finish. Join host Michael Jaco, Ex-Navy Seal, who teaches you how to tap into your Intuition and Unleash the Power within, so you can become the Master of your Reality. To get behind the scenes access to Michael Jaco's videos join his Intuitive Warrior club here - michaelkjacosocial.com Connect with Michael Jaco go to his website - michaelkjaco.com Brad Olsen Books: https://www.amazon.com/Books-Brad-Olsen/s?rh=n%3A283155%2Cp_27%3ABrad+Olsen
Thank you for listening and thank yourself for taking five minutes of peace. If you would like to know more about the Peace Room and our Reiki Treatments crystal healings and workshops, go to www.thepeaceroom.love.5 Strategies for Embracing Yours and Others' Imperfections with More EaseIn this hyper-competitive modern world, it's all too easy to fall into bad habits of judging yourself and others too harshly. Before you know it, you permanently set your inner monologue to negativity. You feel dissatisfied and grumpy with everyone and everything. And that's no way to live your best life!Here are some top strategies to help you learn to accept imperfection in yourself and other people and leave that negative mindset behind.1. Be conscious of your thoughtsIf a negative viewpoint has become your default setting, you probably don't even realize when you're doing it. Take a minute to tune into your self-talk for a moment. Pay attention to the words you're using and course-correct for more positive language.2. Switch up to positiveConsciously change your inner monologue to focus on positives. Instead of focusing on differences and seeing them as flaws, choose to see what is good in the other person. If your go-to is to criticize their weight or hair, or the way they speak, reset your view of them by finding something to admire.3. Retune to a color view of the worldIt's easy to fall into the habit of seeing things as right or wrong. Sure, someone else's choice may not be your choice, maybe you don't like broccoli or would want to work for a multinational or vacation in Antarctica. But it doesn't mean those other choices are wrong; they're just different.Seeing things in black and white is so limiting. Open up a little and retune your world view, so you see all the colors as equally valid.4. Stay in the presentSome people keep a world history of wrongs and imperfections stretching way back. They act almost like perfection police, waiting to add to their list of transgressions. Or they worry about future mistakes and how to avoid them. Don't be that person! You can choose to stay focused on the here and now and enjoy what's happening in your life.5. Turn it aroundIf you find yourself slipping back into your past habits of judging other people, turn it around and ask yourself - how would it feel if someone was judging you? Remember that old saying about people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones? That's good to remember when you feel tempted to dismiss someone's appearance or actions. Cut people some slack and they are more likely to go easy on you.You can choose to step out of the competition race at any time. Try it and improve your life!
On today's podcast, a Japanese company is designing digital clones to interact in place of their owners; a study says melting ice in Antarctica threatens emperor penguins; learn about our Early Literacy series followed by our program on teaching English comprehension; then eateries on Route 66.
In part 2 of our series on the Belgica Expedition, the ship travels to Rio de Janeiro, through the dangerous Strait of Magellan, and onto Antarctica. Along the way, the expedition will be joined by Dr. Frederick Cook, and there will be a near mutiny - plus a tragic death. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by John Rushton, who is an adventurer and also works in Antarctica for 6-9 months each year. The guys discuss the logistics of living in Antarctica, working in frigid conditions, the dating scene in Antarctica, and John describes the massive efforts undertaken to get him off the ice after it was revealed he had a rare heart condition.
The former president faces election 2020 fraud charges. He denies all thirteen charges, which include racketeering and making false statements. Also: President Putin breaks his silence over the presumed death of the Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin; and scientists observe a catastrophic die-off of emperor penguin chicks in Antarctica.
Today on The Sunday Story, author Elizabeth Rush discusses the book that emerged from her journey to Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica. She explains why Thwaites is under threat and why collaborative problem solving plays a critical role in an era of climate change. The voyage also helped her make an important personal decision: whether or not to become a mother.