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Island in Antigua and Barbuda

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Julia en la onda
La Cabalgata de Reyes de Alcoy, la más antigua de España

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 5:57


En 'La Mesa de Redacción', hablamos con Toni Francés, el alcalde de la localidad alicantina de Alcoy, que nos habla de la Cabalgata de Reyes que todos los 5 de enero recorre las calles de la ciudad desde hace 136 años.

Música antigua
Música antigua - Ab oriente venerunt magi - 04/01/22

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 55:55


Se acercan los reyes magos y por tal motivo hoy tendremos un programa vinculado a la Navidad, a la adoración de los pastores y la llegada de los magos de oriente. Y será con música de Praetorius, Sweelinck y Clemens non Papa entre otros. Escuchar audio

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back
Episode 113 – Antigua Ep 2 – Beautiful Horses

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 134:19


Thanks to everyone who supports the podcast on Patreon! Please join them so we can have enough supporters to outnumber the centaurs in this book. patreon.com/372pages This book is amazing! It's an amazing book! Conor, 40 years-old, yelled to Mike, who was made of human parts, “I can't believe how amazing this book is!” They … Continue reading "Episode 113 – Antigua Ep 2 – Beautiful Horses"

LallyPodcasts - Podcasts incorrectos de Outlander
Lallypodcast 27: ¿Es Claire una "Antigua"?

LallyPodcasts - Podcasts incorrectos de Outlander

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 30:26


Terminamos el 2021 con un poco de magia y misticismo... En este lallypodcast vamos a intentar averiguar qué quiere decir Jamie cuando llama a Claire "antigua" o "old one" ("auld one" en escocés) en el libro 5, en su conversación con Roger entre los delirios de la fiebre cuando le muerde la serpiente. ¿Qué dice el folclore? ¿Cómo ve Jamie a Claire en realidad? ¿Qué teorías hay al respecto? Vamos a averiguarlo.

Música antigua
Música antigua - Adiós 2021 - 28/12/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 59:57


En el programa de hoy nos despediremos de aquellos maestros de los que en este año que ya se termina celebramos algún aniversario. Como por ejemplo Josquin, pero también Philippe de Monte, Alfonso X el sabio, Albinoni, Sweelinck y Michael Praetorius. Escuchar audio

Momentos de la Creación on Oneplace.com
¿Es El Agua de La Tierra Más Antigua que La Tierra?

Momentos de la Creación on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 2:01


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1235/29 Salmo 33:7 "El junta como montn las aguas del mar; l pone en depsitos los abismos."

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Música Antigua - Solsticio de invierno - 21/12/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 56:36


Hoy, con la colaboración de Clara Sanmartí, vamos a celebrar el solsticio invernal, ese momento en el que el sol se detiene, el momento en el que oficialmente entra el invierno, cuando la noche es la más larga del año y el día más corto. Ese periodo invernal en el que el consuelo llega del fuego, del refugio, del sueño, del amor o simplemente de contemplar las despensas llenas. Covarrubias lo dejó escrito: Invierno: El tiempo en el año opuesto al verano …tiempo encogido por el frio y las aguas, con días cortos y nublosos y las noches largas y penosas. Escuchar audio

Drama of the Week
Faith, Hope and Glory - Series 2: Hope and Jim

Drama of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 44:36


by Roy Williams 1953. Hope and Jim have attempted to make a life together in Britain since the loss of their baby, Eunice, 7 years earlier, but Jim's infidelities have reached a point that not even Hope can ignore. Hope ..... Danielle Vitalis Jim ..... Martins Imhangbe Celia ..... Shanika Warren Markland Garrison ..... Justice Ritchie Lizzy ..... Grace Cooper Milton Earl .... Chris Jack Vincent ..... Neil McCaul Sallow ..... Roger Ringrose Clement ..... Stefan Adegbola Matron ..... Christine Kavanagh Mrs Greene ..... Jasmine Hyde Sheila ..... Leilana Bermudez Baby Eunice ..... Olantra Worrell Directed by Sally Avens Radio 4 has commissioned Faith Hope and Glory an ambitious new series telling brilliant intimate domestic stories that together illuminate the emergence of modern Britain. Series 2 is set in 1953 the year of the Coronation, the publication of the Kinsey Report on female sexual behaviour and the sinking of the Princess Victoria passenger ferry with the loss of 133 lives. In Series 1 we met Hope and Eunice friends from Antigua who came over to London, following Hope's husband Jim. In 1946, Hope and Jim had a baby that they named after Eunice, but when Jim was unable to hold down a job, and Hope had to work full time, they asked Eunice who was not enjoying life in Britain, to take the baby back to Antigua to Hope's family. At Tilbury Docks Eunice was tempted into a bar when she heard music and left the pram outside, when she returned the baby was gone. After a futile search for the baby, and too ashamed to admit what she had done, Eunice fled to Cardiff where she changed her name to Faith and started a new life with Trevor a dockworker and musician. Hope and Jim believe both the baby and Eunice to be dead as the boat they were to sail on was lost at sea. In fact the baby was found by Gloria and Clement, a childless celibate couple, who decided to bypass any adoption procedures, raise her as their own and call her Joy. Joy's life spans the entire series, up to the present day. The writers are Roy Williams, Winsome Pinnock and Rex Obano The cast includes Shiloh Coke as Faith, Danielle Vitalis as Hope, and Pippa Bennett Warner as Gloria, together with Gary Beadle as Trevor, Martins Imhangbe as Jim and Stefan Adegbola as Clement.

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Música antigua - Las estrellas de los cielos - 14/12/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 58:14


Esta noche vamos a invitaros a contemplar la bóveda celeste y sus innumerables estrellas. Porque hoy, acompañados por las músicas de autores anónimos, así como de Alfonso X el sabio y Josquin, vamos a recrearnos en medio de la noche estrellada contemplando y escuchando las músicas de las esferas, músicas vinculadas a las estrellas de los cielos. Escuchar audio

Espooky Tales
Haunted Places Latin America: Guatemala & Peru

Espooky Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 41:21


Some places have been around for so long, they are full of rich history and ghost stories. Today, Cristina takes you to Lima, Peru, to hear the legends of the cemetery Presbitero Marias Maestro and MJ takes you to Antigua, Guatemala, a place full of ghost stories, including La Llorona. First, we share a listener story with you, if you have spooky stories you want us to share on the podcast, please email Espookytales@gmail.com.Espooky Tales on Tiktok | Instagram |Twitter |FacebookSupport Espooky TalesMusic Credit: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu                  Link for sourcesEpisode art credit "Cementerio Presbitero Matías Maestro" by Alex E. Proimos is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back
Episode 113 – Book 19 – Antigua Ep. 1

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 36:30


Conor challenges Mike with a quiz (he does poorly) and then the new book is announced! EDIT:  Well this should be interesting. The kindle (CANON) version does not have chapter breaks. We will read until Location 737, ending at the sentence “The rulers of the easternmost province were King Arlexjandrio and Queen Gwyndeth.”  This is … Continue reading "Episode 113 – Book 19 – Antigua Ep. 1"

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Música antigua - Los orígenes de Venecia - 07/12/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 58:22


En el siglo V de nuestra era, un grupo de ciudadanos del Imperio romano, aterrorizados por las invasiones bárbaras buscaron refugio en un pequeño archipiélago rodeado de lagunas y pantanos. Allí, en territorios insalubres pero seguros, aquellos fugitivos que luchaban por conservar sus vidas y su civilización, dieron el primer paso de lo que habría de convertirse en la más espléndida república de comerciantes y mercaderes de toda la cristiandad. En aquellos turbulentos tiempos, se acababa de fundar Venecia. Escuchar audio

Connect Church NJ
Missions Spotlight- The Romans

Connect Church NJ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 15:27


Check out what God is doing through our newest missionaries in Antigua!

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Música antigua - Michael Praetorius - 30/11/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 60:12


Este 2021 se cumple el cuarto centenario de la muerte del compositor alemán Michael Praetorius, un músico que nunca aparece en las listas de los más vendidos, ni de los más interpretados, ni de los más conocidos pero que sin embargo es uno de los imprescindibles para cualquier músico, musicólogo o luthier especialista en la música de tiempos pretéritos. Hoy queremos homenajearle ofreciendo una recopilación de su obra musical así como una visión de su obra teórica. Escuchar audio

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.29.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 58:46


Yoga improves quality of life in men with new diagnosis of prostate cancer University of Texas at San Antonio, November 23, 2021 An estimated 1.4 million men were diagnosed with prostate cancer worldwide in 2020, according to the American Cancer Society and the International Agency for Research on Cancer. With a new diagnosis of prostate cancer, these men have approximately a 30% incidence of depression and anxiety, a fourfold higher risk of heart attack and a twofold higher risk of committing suicide. Yoga, a set of specific body postures combined with breathing techniques and mindfulness, may be an easy-to-implement answer in this stressful situation, according to a study published Nov. 23 in the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases. A pilot randomized clinical trial by urology researchers at the Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, enrolled 29 men who were awaiting prostatectomy. Fourteen were randomized to participate in yoga and 15 were assigned to the standard of care, which was just waiting for surgery. “We gave the active intervention group six weeks of yoga, at least twice a week, for 60 to 75 minutes,” said lead author Dharam Kaushik, MD, associate professor of urology in UT Health San Antonio's Joe R. and Teresa Lozano School of Medicine and cancer surgeon with the Mays Cancer Center. Via questionnaires, the team documented the men's perceived quality of life at the start of yoga, at the time of surgery and after surgery. Men who did not do yoga completed the same questionnaires at study enrollment and at the other two junctures. The team drew blood samples before the men began yoga and after all sessions were completed. Samples were also taken from men who did not do yoga. Sense of well-being  “What we found was very interesting,” Dr. Kaushik said. “Yoga improved quality of life in men compared to the standard of care, specifically on the fatigue scale, meaning they were less tired; on sexual function; and on their functional, physical and social well-being.” A more robust immune response and lower levels of inflammation were observed in the yoga group, he added. “This is positive data and further large-scale studies are needed, for which this pilot study can be a model,” Dr. Kaushik said. Biomarkers and yoga The primary study outcome was self-reported quality of life assessed by the questionnaires. Changes in immune cell status and inflammatory markers with yoga were secondary outcomes. The yoga group showed increased numbers of circulating CD4+ and CD8+ T cells, which are important contributors to immune health. Among other markers, the yoga group also exhibited a reduction in inflammatory markers called cytokines. The median age of participants was 56 years in the yoga group and 60 years in the standard of care group. Yoga has been studied in breast cancer, but not at the level of detail of this study, matching self-reported quality of life data with markers of immune response and inflammation, Dr. Kaushik said. “If we are able to encourage patients to do a small, inexpensive and easy-to-implement intervention that can have a big impact, then why not?” he said.     Researchers Discover How Antibiotic Power of Garlic Fights Chronic Infections Washington State University, November 28, 2021   Garlic is probably nature's most potent food. It is one of the reasons people who eat the Mediterranean diet live such long healthy lives. An active sulphurous compound found in garlic can be used to fight robust bacteria in patients with chronic infections, a new study from the University of Copenhagen indicates.   A previous finding from Washington State University showed that garlic is 100 times more effective than two popular antibiotics at fighting disease causing bacteria commonly responsible for foodborne illness.  Here the researchers show that the garlic compound is able to destroy important components in the bacteria's communication systems, which involve regulatory RNA molecules. 'We really believe this method can lead to treatment of patients, who otherwise have poor prospects. Because chronic infections like cystic fibrosis can be very robust. But now we, together with a private company, have enough knowledge to further develop the garlic drug and test it on patients', says Assistant Professor Tim Holm Jakobsen from the Costerton Biofilm Center at the Department of Immunology and Microbiology. The study is the latest addition from a research group headed by Professor Michael Givskov, which since 2005 has focussed on garlic's effect on bacteria. At the time they learned that garlic extract is able to inhibit bacteria, and in 2012 they showed that the sulphurous compound ajoene found in garlic is responsible for the effect. The new study, which has been published in the scientific journal Scientific Reports, takes an even closer look and documents ajoene's ability to inhibit small regulatory RNA molecules in two types of bacteria. 'The two types of bacteria we have studied are very important. They are called Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. They actually belong to two very different bacteria families and are normally fought using different methods. But the garlic compound is able to fight both at once and therefore may prove an effective drug when used together with antibiotics', says Tim Holm Jakobsen. Previous studies have shown that garlic appears to offer the most powerful, naturally occurring resistance to bacteria. In addition to inhibiting the bacteria's RNA molecules, the active garlic compound also damages the protective slimy matrix surrounding the bacteria, the so-called biofilm. When the biofilm is destroyed or weakened, both antibiotics and the body's own immune system are able to attack the bacteria more directly and thus remove the infection. In 2012 the researchers took out a patent on the use of ajoene to fight bacterial infections. Similar patents have been taken out for compounds in allicin -- which gives garlic its aroma and flavour -- and is known as one of the world's most powerful antioxidants.     Calorie restriction cycles could help cancer patients Fondazione Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori (Italy), November 22 2021.  Findings from a trial reported on November 17, 2021 in Cancer Discovery revealed that five days of a diet that mimics fasting is safe for people with cancer and could improve factors that affect prognosis. The trial included 101 patients with different cancers treated with standard therapies. Participants were assigned to a five-day low protein, low carbohydrate, plant-based diet that provided up to 600 calories on the first day and up to 300 calories per day during the remaining days. The regimen was repeated every three or four weeks for up to eight cycles. Each period of calorie restriction was followed by a period in which patients were instructed to adhere to healthy diet and lifestyle guidelines. Blood samples were collected before and at the end of each calorie restricted period. Severe adverse events related to the diet were reported by 12.9% of the participants, which was significantly lower than the 20% figure hypothesized by the researchers prior to the study. Median plasma glucose, serum insulin and serum IGF-1 were decreased by 18.6%, 50.7% and 30.3% after each cycle. In an evaluation conducted among a subgroup of participants after the first calorie restricted cycle, a reduction in peripheral blood immunosuppressive cells and an increase of immune cells known as activated CD8+ T cells was observed. To explore the effects of the diet on immunity within cancer patients' tumors, the researchers performed an analysis of findings from an ongoing trial that administered the fasting-mimicking diet prior to tumor removal in breast cancer patients. Tumor microenvironments revealed enhanced tumor-infiltrating CD8+ T cells and additional favorable immune factors when compared to biopsy samples obtained before the diet was initiated.  “Cyclic fasting-mimicking diet is a safe, feasible and inexpensive dietary intervention that modulates systemic metabolism and boosts antitumor immunity in cancer patients,” the authors concluded.     Morning exposure to deep red light improves declining eyesight University College London, November 24, 2021       Just three minutes of exposure to deep red light once a week, when delivered in the morning, can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a pioneering new study by UCL researchers. Published in Scientific Reports, the study builds on the team's previous work*, which showed daily three-minute exposure to longwave deep red light ‘switched on' energy producing mitochondria cells in the human retina, helping boost naturally declining vision.   For this latest study, scientists wanted to establish what effect a single three-minute exposure would have, while also using much lower energy levels than their previous studies. Furthermore, building on separate UCL research in flies** that found mitochondria display ‘shifting workloads' depending on the time of day, the team compared morning exposure to afternoon exposure. In summary, researchers found there was, on average, a 17% improvement in participants' colour contrast vision when exposed to three minutes of 670 nanometre (long wavelength) deep red light in the morning and the effects of this single exposure lasted for at least a week. However, when the same test was conducted in the afternoon, no improvement was seen. Scientists say the benefits of deep red light, highlighted by the findings, mark a breakthrough for eye health and should lead to affordable home-based eye therapies, helping the millions of people globally with naturally declining vision. Lead author, Professor Glen Jeffery (UCL Institute of Ophthalmology), said: “We demonstrate that one single exposure to long wave deep red light in the morning can significantly improve declining vision, which is a major health and wellbeing issue, affecting millions of people globally. “This simple intervention applied at the population level would significantly impact on quality of life as people age and would likely result in reduced social costs that arise from problems associated with reduced vision.” Naturally declining vision and mitochondria In humans around 40 years old, cells in the eye's retina begin to age, and the pace of this ageing is caused, in part, when the cell's mitochondria, whose role is to produce energy (known as ATP) and boost cell function, also start to decline. Mitochondrial density is greatest in the retina's photoreceptor cells, which have high energy demands. As a result, the retina ages faster than other organs, with a 70% ATP reduction over life, causing a significant decline in photoreceptor function as they lack the energy to perform their normal role. In studying the effects of deep red light in humans, researchers built on their previous findings in mice, bumblebees and fruit flies, which all found significant improvements in the function of the retina's photoreceptors when their eyes were exposed to 670 nanometre (long wavelength) deep red light. “Mitochondria have specific sensitivities to long wavelength light influencing their performance: longer wavelengths spanning 650 to 900nm improve mitochondrial performance to increase energy production,” said Professor Jeffery. Morning and afternoon studies The retina's photoreceptor population is formed of cones, which mediate colour vision, and rods, which adapt vision in low/dim light. This study focused on cones*** and observed colour contrast sensitivity, along the protan axis (measuring red-green contrast) and the tritan axis (blue-yellow). All the participants were aged between 34 and 70, had no ocular disease, completed a questionnaire regarding eye health prior to testing, and had normal colour vision (cone function). This was assessed using a ‘Chroma Test': identifying coloured letters that had very low contrast and appeared increasingly blurred, a process called colour contrast.    Using a provided LED device all 20 participants (13 female and 7 male) were exposed to three minutes of 670nm deep red light in the morning between 8am and 9am. Their colour vision was then tested again three hours post exposure and 10 of the participants were also tested one week post exposure.  On average there was a ‘significant' 17% improvement in colour vision, which lasted a week in tested participants; in some older participants there was a 20% improvement, also lasting a week. A few months on from the first test (ensuring any positive effects of the deep red light had been ‘washed out') six (three female, three male) of the 20 participants, carried out the same test in the afternoon, between 12pm to 1pm.  When participants then had their colour vision tested again, it showed zero improvement. Professor Jeffery said: “Using a simple LED device once a week, recharges the energy system that has declined in the retina cells, rather like re-charging a battery. “And morning exposure is absolutely key to achieving improvements in declining vision: as we have previously seen in flies, mitochondria have shifting work patterns and do not respond in the same way to light in the afternoon – this study confirms this.” For this study the light energy emitted by the LED torch was just 8mW/cm2, rather than 40mW/cm2, which they had previously used. This has the effect of dimming the light but does not affect the wavelength. While both energy levels are perfectly safe for the human eye, reducing the energy further is an additional benefit. Home-based affordable eye therapies With a paucity of affordable deep red-light eye-therapies available, Professor Jeffery has been working for no commercial gain with Planet Lighting UK, a small company in Wales and others, with the aim of producing 670nm infra-red eye ware at an affordable cost, in contrast to some other LED devices designed to improve vision available in the US for over $20,000. “The technology is simple and very safe; the energy delivered by 670nm long wave light is not that much greater than that found in natural environmental light,” Professor Jeffery said. “Given its simplicity, I am confident an easy-to-use device can be made available at an affordable cost to the general public. “In the near future, a once a week three-minute exposure to deep red light could be done while making a coffee, or on the commute listening to a podcast, and such a simple addition could transform eye care and vision around the world.” Study limitations Despite the clarity of the results, researchers say some of the data are “noisy”. While positive effects are clear for individuals following 670nm exposure, the magnitude of improvements can vary markedly between those of similar ages. Therefore, some caution is needed in interpretating the data. It is possible that there are other variables between individuals that influence the degree of improvement that the researchers have not identified so far and would require a larger sample size. This research was funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and Sight Research UK.   Global rise in red/processed meat trade linked to sharp increase in diet-related illness Michigan State University & University of California at Merced, November 22, 2021   The global rise in the red and processed meat trade over the past 30 years is linked to a sharp increase in diet related ill health, with the impact greatest in Northern and Eastern Europe and the island nations of the Caribbean and Oceania, finds an analysis published in the open access journal BMJ Global Health. Health policies should be integrated with agricultural and trade policies among importing and exporting nations as a matter of urgency, to stave off further personal and societal costs, say the researchers. Among continuous urbanisation and income growth, the global red and processed meat trade has risen exponentially to meet demand. This trend has implications for the environment because of the impact it has on land use and biodiversity loss.  And high red and processed meat consumption is linked to a heightened risk of non-communicable diseases, particularly bowel cancer, diabetes, and coronary artery heart disease. The researchers wanted to find out what impact the red and processed meat trade might be having on diet-related non-communicable disease trends and which countries might be particularly vulnerable.  They drew on data on meat production and trade from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) from 1993 to 2018 for 154 countries, focusing on 14 red meat items derived from beef, pork, lamb and goat, and six processed primarily beef and pork items, preserved by smoking, salting, curing, or chemicals. They then calculated the proportions of deaths and years of life lived with disability (DALYs) attributable to diet as a result of bowel cancer, type 2 diabetes, and coronary artery heart disease among those aged 25 and over in each country. The global red and processed meat trade increased by more than 148% from 10 metric tonnes in 1993–5 to nearly 25 metric tonnes in 2016–18. While the number of net exporting countries fell from 33 in 1993–5 to 26 in 2016–18, net importing countries rose from 121 to 128.  Developed countries in Europe accounted for half of total red and processed meat exports in 1993–95 and 2016–18.  But developing countries in South America, such as Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay made up nearly 10% in 2016–18, up from around 5% in 1993–5.  Developing countries also increased their meat imports by 342.5% from 2 metric tonnes in 1993–5 to nearly 9 metric tonnes in 2016–18; developed countries doubled theirs from 8 metric tonnes to 16. Diet related attributable death and DALY rates associated with the global meat trade rose in three quarters of the 154 countries between 1993-5 and 2016-18. Worldwide, the researchers calculated that increases in red and processed meat consumption, aligned to increases in trade, accounted for 10,898 attributable deaths in 2016–18, an increase of nearly 75% on the figures for 1993-5.  The global meat trade contributed to increases of 55% and 71%, respectively, in attributable deaths and DALYs in developed countries between 1993-5 and 2016-18.  The equivalent figures in developing countries were significantly higher: 137% and 140%, respectively, largely as a result of increased demand for meat, prompted by rapid urbanisation and income growth, suggest the researchers. Between 1993– 2018, island nations in the Caribbean and Oceania and  countries in Northern and Eastern Europe became particularly vulnerable to diet-related disease and deaths associated with large meat imports.  The island nations have limited land for meat production, so depend heavily on meat imports, while many of the European countries, such as Slovakia, Lithuania and Latvia, benefited from regional trade agreements and tariff exemptions after joining the European Union in 2003-4, which accelerated meat imports, explain the researchers. In 1993–5, the top 10 countries with the highest proportion of deaths attributable to red meat consumption included Tonga, United Arab Emirates, Barbados, Fiji, Gabon, Bahamas, Greece, Malta, Brunei and Saint Lucia.  In 2016–2018, the top 10 included The Netherlands, Bahamas, Tonga, Denmark, Antigua and Barbuda, Seychelles, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Croatia and Greece. The meat trade in these countries accounted for more than 7% of all deaths attributable to diets high in both red and processed meat in 2016-18. The trends in attributable DALYs more or less mirrored those for attributable deaths. Attributable death and DALY rates associated with global meat trade fell in 34 countries between 1993–5 and 2016–18. But this was partly due to population growth exceeding increases in meat imports in 24 countries, while domestic meat production increased in 19.  In more than a half of these countries (20) the absolute number of diet-related deaths and DALYs rose in tandem with increased meat consumption between 1993-5 and 2016-18. And some countries, including Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Germany increasingly acted as net meat exporters, changing their land use, with consequent biodiversity loss. This is an observational study, and as such, can't establish cause. And the researchers acknowledge that many countries import and process red meat items for export, which may have skewed their findings. Nevertheless, they conclude: “This study shows that global increases in red and processed meat trade contribute to the abrupt increase of diet-related [non-communicable diseases]... Future interventions need to urgently integrate health policies with agricultural and trade policies by cooperating between responsible exporting and importing countries.”     Glyphosate levels sharply increase by 1,208% within the human body University of California San Diego The environmental dangers of glyphosate in Roundup and other weed killer products have been well documented. Now new research, from a team led by Paul Mills of the University of California San Diego, has found it could be negatively affecting human health – especially in lower-income communities, as illustrated by the 1,208 percent increase in human glyphosate levels. The study tracked people in southern California over age 50 from the years 1993 to 1996 as well as from 2014 to 2016. Urine samples were collected from these persons (periodically) during that time. Number of persons testing positive for glyphosate in their urine went up by 500 percent within 20 years The researchers determined the percentage of persons testing positive for glyphosate went up an alarming 500 percent during that time period.  And, for some, glyphosate levels surged by a frightening 1,208 percent. A past UK trial of rats fed low doses of glyphosate – over their lifetimes – were found to have a higher risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Research out of King's College in London found this toxic herbicide ingredient can cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in rats at just 4 nanograms/kg. By the way, this amount is 437,000 times below levels that are allowed in the United States. In more recent research, the levels of glyphosate in the humans studied were proportionately 100-fold higher. Further research regarding the connection between glyphosate and liver disease are being planned.  But, what we already know has been published in JAMA. Important to note: people who live in rural areas near farms that use Roundup are at the highest risk for exposure.  Yet, traces of this herbicide ingredient – left on fruits and vegetables – can easily make its way into the bloodstream of anyone who consumes these foods. Glyphosate weed killer in Roundup considered “probable carcinogen” by World Health Organization While Roundup was developed to kill weeds, many weed types have actually become resistant to the herbicide. This is causing some farmers to use even more Roundup. Glyphosate has been listed as a “probable human carcinogen” by WHO (the World Health Organization). It has also been linked with birth defects, ADHD and autism. Studies on humans have shown Roundup causes liver damage even when found in “permissible amounts” in tap water. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease currently affects 90 million Americans and is on the verge of becoming a global epidemic. Associated disorders such as diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome are also soaring. Glyphosate in Roundup weed killer INCREASES the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease While the known causes of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease include overeating, sugary foods and a sedentary lifestyle, some health professionals are beginning to wonder if glyphosate exposure is exacerbating this trend. NAFLD symptoms include chronic fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain and/or swelling, weight loss, jaundice, itching, confusion and swelling of the legs. Untreated, NAFLD can lead to liver cancer and liver failure. Unfortunately, glyphosate residue has been showing up in increasing amounts in our food supply. It has even been detected in wine, table salt and vaccines. So, it really isn't a wonder how glyphosate levels in the human bloodstream have increased by 1,208 percent. If you're outraged by this, take the time to voice your opinion to your state representatives. And, at the very least, eat organic fruits and vegetables – as often as possible to avoid this cancer-causing substance.   Study finds psychedelic microdosing improves mental health University of British Columbia, November 23, 2021 An international study led by UBC Okanagan researchers suggests repeated use of small doses of psychedelics such as psilocybin or LSD can be a valuable tool for those struggling with anxiety and depression. The study, recently published in Nature: Scientific Reports, demonstrated fewer symptoms of anxiety and depression, and greater feelings of wellbeing among individuals who reported consuming psychedelics in small quantities, or microdosing, compared to those who did not. Microdosing involves regular self-administration of psychedelic substances in amounts small enough to not impair normal cognitive functioning. Considering this is the largest psychedelic microdosing study published to date, the results are encouraging, says UBCO doctoral student and lead author Joseph Rootman. "In total, we followed more than 8,500 people from 75 countries using an anonymous self-reporting system—about half were following a microdosing regimen and half were not," Rootman explains. "In comparing microdosers and non-microdosers, there was a clear association between microdosing and fewer symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress—which is important given the high prevalence of these conditions and the substantial suffering they cause." The study is also the first to systematically examine the practice of stacking, or combining microdoses of psychedelics with other substances like niacin, lions mane mushrooms and cacao, which some believe work in conjunction to maximize benefit. Rootman works with Dr. Zach Walsh, a psychology professor in UBCO's Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Dr. Walsh says it's an exciting time for research in this area. "These findings highlight adults who are microdosing to treat their mental health conditions and enhance their wellbeing—rather than simply to get high," says Dr. Walsh. "We have an epidemic of mental health problems, with existing treatments that don't work for everyone. We need to follow the lead of patients who are taking these initiatives to improve their wellbeing and reduce suffering." Study co-author Kalin Harvey is the chief technology officer of Quantified Citizen, a mobile health research platform. He says this study highlights the potential of citizen science. "The use of citizen science allows us to examine the effects of behaviors that are difficult to study in the lab due to regulatory challenges and stigma associated with the now discredited 'war on drugs.'" According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, one in five Canadians personally experience a mental health problem or illness each year. This is one of the many reasons Dr. Walsh says conducting innovative psychological research is imperative. "These cross-sectional findings are promising and highlight the need for further investigation to better determine the impacts of factors like dosage and stacking," explains Dr. Walsh. "While the data is growing to support the use of psychedelics like psilocybin in large doses to treat depression and addiction—our data also helps to expand our understanding of how psychedelics may also help in smaller doses."

NochesBuenas
Perlas de Noches Buenas T2: La gaviota y la bondad

NochesBuenas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 4:55


Antigua leyenda china sobre el amor Música: Bread of Angels, Stanton Lanier Si quieres y si puedes haz una donación para mantener este programa...gracias https://paypal.me/nochesbuenas o en Verse: https://verse.me/$beatricep20 Si quieres hacerte soci@ por tan sólo 7€/mes: https://nochesbuenas.es/eventos/socios/ Para escuchar más de Noches Buenas entra en www.nochesbuenas.es Facebook: @nochesbuenas Instagram: @nochesbuenas_radio Telegram: @nochesbuenasradio Mastodon: @nochesbuenas@mastodon.social Email: hola@nochesbuenas.es

AWR Wavescan - DX Program (WRMI)

Eclipse broadcasts from airplanes. Judge Bay Antigua update. Listener reception reports. 99.1 The Ranch. Australian DX Report from Bob Padula.

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
¡Alerta! : Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el Primer Domingo de Adviento

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 3:01


Lecturas: Jeremías 33, 14-16 Salmo 25, 4-5; 8-10.14 1 Tesalonicenses 3, 12-4, 2 Lucas 21, 25-28; 34-36 Cada Adviento, la liturgia de la Palabra nos reorienta con respecto a nuestro sentido del tiempo. Con toda intención, en las lecturas de las próximas cuatro semanas, nos presentará tensión entre promesa y cumplimiento; expectación y liberación; futuro y pasado. En la primera lectura de hoy, el profeta Jeremías guía nuestra atención hacia la promesa que Dios le hizo a David, unos 1000 años antes de Cristo. Dios dice a través del profeta que cumplirá esta promesa suscitando un vástago santo, un descendiente recto, que gobernará a Israel en justicia (cfr. 2Sam 7, 16; Jr 33, 17; Sal 89, 4-5; 27-38). Así mismo, el salmo de este domingo trata el tema de la Antigua expectación de Israel: “Guíame en tu verdad y enséñame, porque tú eres Dios mi Salvador y por ti espero todo el día”. Vemos el deseo y la expectación de Israel en el Antiguo Testamento y corroboramos también que Dios cumplió sus promesas enviando al mundo a su Hijo Único. Jesús es el vástago santo, el Dios y Salvador esperado. El saber que Dios cumple sus promesas, le da aún más dramatismo a las palabras que Jesús pronuncia en el Evangelio de este Domingo. Él nos urge a vigilar mientras esperamos su retorno glorioso, y para ello evoca imágenes de caos e inestabilidad del Antiguo Testamento: disturbios en los cielos (cfr. Is 13, 11.13; Ez 32.7-8; Jl 2,10) mares que braman (cfr. Is 5,30; 17,12); angustia en las naciones (cfr. Is 8, 22; 14, 25) y gente aterrorizada (cfr. Is 13, 6-11). También usa la imagen profética de Daniel, referente al Hijo del Hombre que viene en una nube de gloria, para indicar que su regreso es “teofanía”, manifestación de Dios (cfr. Dn 7, 13.14). Muchos se asustarán (algunos hasta, literalmente, morirse del miedo). Pero Jesús dice que debemos recibir el fin de los tiempos con la frente en alto, confiados en que Dios mantiene sus promesas, que “nuestra redención esta a la puerta” que “el reino de Dios está cerca” (cfr. Lc 21, 31).

The Tina Ramsay Show and Podcast
Doreen Reid builder of Women Confidence

The Tina Ramsay Show and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 39:00


Doreen Lettsome Reid, International Kingdompreneur Coach & BUILDER of Confident Woman Incubator, the KEY to Unlock What's Inside You, the Confident Woman, as you INCREASE Self-Care, Spiritual, Professional, Business Development to clarify your Mission, Message, Mandate to BOLDLY proclaim your FAITH in the worldwide marketplace. Doreen is a highly successful international Coach and has a platform reaching Korea, Cambridge England, Birmingham England, Antigua, Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, Asia and beyond. https://py.pl/28I2s3 Dlreid.com calendly.com/doreenlettsomereid The Tina Ramsay Show & Podcast is all about motivating you, connecting you with opportunities, sharing knowledge, and having upbuilding conversations centered around Business, Education, Wellness, and Life. We introduce you to stand-out Individuals, Celebrities, & Epic Business Leaders from All Over the World. We love sharing your stories and spotlighting you the Entrepreneur. Come Share, Shine, and Grow on our Show! Be a Featured Guest on our Show! https://thetinaramsayshow.com/ Join our Free Epic Business Leaders Community on Facebook created to Connect, Educate, and provide opportunities for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Virtually! https://www.facebook.com/groups/393591751885996 Connect with our Host at: https://coachtinaramsay.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetinaramsayshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetinaramsayshow/support

We Say What They Can't Radio
Radio 1World Fest Global - Experience Antigua

We Say What They Can't Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 75:34


Room 77 | Podcast
Ep. 52: How To Sex It With the Visually Intimidating

Room 77 | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:52


We skip the mall to meet this couple, who is way out of our league, at a vanilla resort. Lauren and the girl try casually going topless on a vanilla beach. Richard avoids hotel security, and the woman glaring behind him, at our foursome flirt. Some more #swingerlearning #nightclasses hint, hint, it's folklore about a vacuum and a penis! @BikiniAddiction Bikinis not tested on animals!! And..10% off with promo code ROOM77 Come join us this July 2022 in Antigua! Epic events and make some great friends too. patreon.com/room77 All our gratitude Patreons! #keepitup #morefunthingscomingthismonth

Strangely and Friends
Strangely Doesburg and the Arctic Accordion

Strangely and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


I got my very first artists residency! in April of next year I will be one of the artists and scientists participating in an expedition aboard the tall ship Antigua! I've got more to say about that on this episode of the podcast (including a Kickstarter), a sneak peak at a new writing project, and the debut of a new drinking song co-written with Benjamin Franklin. Elsewhen you can hear what I think of King Lear and Bulletproof Monk. SAFTP is back!Kickstarter Link: http://kck.st/3BsNvmd

Música antigua
Música antigua - Las Cantigas de Alfonso X el Sabio (y II) - 23/11/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 57:49


Hoy, como hicimos la semana pasada, recorreremos las Cantigas de Santa María del Rey Sabio escuchando las diferentes versiones que han ido realizando los muy diversos grupos dedicados a la música antigua. SEMA, Hesperion XX, Capella de Ministrers, Música Antigua y Schola Cantorum Basiliensis serán algunos de ellos. Escuchar audio

We Travel There with Lee Huffman
Antigua, Guatemala | Cerro de la Cruz, El Agua Volcano & Choco Museo

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 33:32


We're in Antigua, Guatemala, with my new friend Katrina Julia of FitLifeCreation.com. Katrina and I talk about hiking the Cerro de la Cruz, visiting El Agua Volcano, and sampling chocolate at Choco Museo. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/antigua Miles and points make travel affordable, but tracking them is difficult. That's why I use AwardWallet to monitor my rewards, reservations, and free night certificates. Sign up for free at WeTravelThere.com/awardwallet.

Palabra de Dioses
Noviembre 18, 2021: Literatura Egipcia Antigua, Oración a Amón

Palabra de Dioses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 2:45


La religión del Antiguo Egipto era un complejo sistema de creencias centrado en la interacción de los egipcios con varias deidades, quienes se creía, poseían el control de las fuerzas y elementos de la naturaleza. En este episodio, revisaremos un extracto del libro de la egiptóloga Miriam Lichtheim, Literatura del Antiguo Egipto, para conocer una íntima oración dedicada a Amón, Dios de la creación y  patrón de Tebas.  ☁️☁️✨

Música antigua
Música antigua - Las Cantigas de Alfonso X el Sabio (I) - 16/11/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 58:53


El próximo martes 23 de noviembre se cumplirán 800 años del nacimiento en Toledo de Alfonso X el Sabio, el rey castellano que hizo del saber, de las artes y de la cultura su seña de identidad. Por ello en el programa de hoy y en el del próximo martes haremos un recorrido por las diferentes interpretaciones de las Cantigas de Santa María que se han ido sucediendo a lo largo de los últimos años. Escuchar audio

Life in Motion
Going The Distance - Rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic with a purpose an interview with Jonathan Harrison of Pacific Rowing Boys

Life in Motion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 49:05


In this episode we interview Jonathan Harrison, who started the rowing team - Pacific Boys. In December 2021 they'll row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic. Why? To help clothe 3,000 children. Oh, and for the adventure too. It wasn't until his college days that Jonathan fell in love with rowing and at that time he didn't know he and his team would attempt such a feat. That was until he learned about the Atlantic Challenge which begins in the Canary Islands and ends in Antigua. The fact that he didn't have a team, didn't have a boat, and didn't even really know what to expect didn't stop him from going for it. If you've ever wondered what it takes to prepare and what kind of obstacles they could face during such a journey then this ones for you! Tweet us and let us know what you think of this episode! @illuminecollect

NotiPod Hoy
Exile Content Studio adquiere la red de pódcast de LATAM más antigua

NotiPod Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 5:58


Lo nuevo en @ViaPodcast: • Venden a DIXO la primera productora y red de pódcast en español. • Conoce a los ganadores de la XI entrega de premios de la Asociación Podcast en las JPOD 2021. • Los bancos prefieren los pódcast para llegar a los clientes. • Caso 63 y Mea Culpa: dos audio series chilenas que recomiendan escuchar. • Mumbler comienza el primer «Estudio de monetización de pódcast de España y Latinoamérica». • Cofundador de Netflix comparte tres preguntas que los emprendedores deben hacerse antes de lanzar un negocio de suscripción. • Tumult, facilita que los oyentes premien a sus podcasters favoritos con un «huevo de oro». Pódcast recomendado Víctimas con voz. Este es un pódcast que ofrece consejos y herramientas útiles para víctimas de malos tratos, bullying y violencia virtual. Sergi Blanco, criminólogo y escritor especializado en prevenir los malos tratos y el bullying, ofrece en cada episodio ayuda para los que lo necesitan. Support this podcast

AWR Wavescan - DX Program (WRMI)

Six local radio broadcasting stations on the Caribbean Island of Antigua. Aaron Castillo interviews Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott of Shortwave Radiogram, part 2. Japan DX Report from Yukiko Tsuji. Philippine DX Report from Henry Umadhay.

K9s Talking Scents
Season 3 Episode 53 “Smells like gas” with Paris Nicholson

K9s Talking Scents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 68:01


The growth with the use of Detection Dogs has been rapidly expanding into all kinds of new areas. In this Episode we speak to Paris Nicholson who is the owner of PTA (Pipeline leak Training Acadamy). Paris Trains dogs and Handlers who want to get into the lucrative business of Pipe line leak detection. Mr. Nicholson has been involved in the law enforcement and security industries for the past 35 years. As a member and Head Trainer of the U.S.Virgin Islands Police Department, K-9 Unit he oversaw the training of officers in criminal apprehension, Narcotics and Explosive Detection. In 1989 Mr. Nicholson started his own security guard agency in the U.S.Virgin Islands growing the business to employ over 350 armed and unarmed security personnel, private investigations and armored car services. In 2000 he built owned and operated Bullseye, the Virgin Islands first indoor shooting range and training academy catering to Federal and Local Law Enforcement Agencies. Mr. Nicholson received certification from the Detroit Police Department in the areas of Narcotic and Explosive detection. He is licensed by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and maintains various Firearms and Explosive licenses. He maintains two K-9 training facilities one located in Central Florida and one in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands that his son Paris Nicholson IV operates. Past and present client list includes U.S. Customs & Border Protection, U.S. Virgin Islands Police Department, British Virgin Islands Customs Department, Turks & Caicos Customs Department, Turks & Caicos Police Department, Mount Dora, Florida Police Department, Anguilla Customs Department, St. Kitts Customs Department, Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda, Royal Virgin Islands Police Force, (BVI), Top Priority Security, BVI, Maryland Security Protective Services and The U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He is also a member of the USPCA, (United States Police Canine Association). Contact Paris Nicholson www.k9pta.com Show Sponsors: Getxent odor tubes: www.getxent.com Sci K9 home of the TADD: www.scik9.com Precision Explosives: www.pre-exp.com Ford K9: Go check out the NEW www.fordk9.com NEW Webinars, Classes, Seminars and soon ONLINE CLASSES with 14 Instructors. Go view all our upcoming classes and seminars which now includes PUPPY COGNITION. Where is Cameron teaching? Go view the EVENTS page: https://www.fordk9.com/events/ Looking for your next TRAINED Detection dog???  Contact us Info@fordk9.com Go support K9s Talking Scents Podcast and buy some gear https://www.fordk9.com/product-category/hats/ 

The Pour Over
Friday, November 12, 2021

The Pour Over

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 6:20


Kyle Rittenhouse takes the stand, inflation is sticking around, People Magazine names this year's sexiest man alive, and other top news for Friday, November 12. Stay informed, while remaining focused on Christ, with The Pour Over.———Oh boy, do we have a treat for you.Don Pablo found some amazing coffee down in Antigua, Guatemala. It is so good that for the first time ever... they were willing to go a little over budget.The treat is that Don Pablo is letting TPO readers skip the premium with a 50%-off code for Genuine Guatemala Antigua coffee with the code Guatemala.If you aren't convinced yet, check out their video (2 min 27 sec) where you can meet one of our new favorite people - Don Isidro, a joyful volcano-dwelling coffee grower - and understand more about what makes this Limited Release coffee so special. ———In case you were wondering, here's how we select stories.

Noticias de América
Noticias de América - Ocho países presentan un proyecto de resolución sobre Nicaragua en la OEA

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 2:44


Ocho países de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) impulsaron un proyecto de resolución "sobre la situación en Nicaragua" para ser debatido durante la asamblea general virtual que arrancó este miércoles, con la pandemia y el calentamiento global como telón de fondo. Canadá presentó el proyecto de resolución en su nombre y en el de Estados Unidos, Canadá, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, República Dominicana, Uruguay y Antigua y Barbuda para pedir al Consejo Permanente que realice "una evaluación colectiva inmediata (...) a ser completada a más tardar el 30 de noviembre y tome las acciones apropiadas". "Burla", "fraude anunciado", "pantomima" fueron algunas de las expresiones de la comunidad internacional para calificar las elecciones en las que Ortega consiguió un nuevo mandato como presidente. Con líderes opositores en la cárcel o en el exilio y sin verdaderos contendientes, el régimen nicaragüense se expone ahora a un mayor aislamiento internacional.  Un tema en la agenda de la OEA cuyo secretario general, Luis Almagro, tachó los comicios nicaragüenses de "ilegítimos" y llamó a tomar medidas ante "la clara violación de la Carta Democrática". Pero ¿puede la presión de la OEA forzar ya una apertura del régimen de Ortega? “Es muy reciente [para contemplar] una apertura del régimen de Ortega, pero creo que los Estados miembros de la OEA tienen en sus manos un conjunto de herramientas políticas, como es la Carta Democrática Interamericana”, dice a RFI Antonia Urrejola, presidenta de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos y relatora para Nicaragua. “Es un debate que tienen que dar los órganos políticos, precisamente para que se inicie esta apertura. No sé si se va a dar en estos días, pero no se va a dar sin la presión de la comunidad internacional. Y lo hemos visto así en la historia de esta región, en lo que han sido los conflictos armados, las dictaduras del Cono Sur. Finalmente, los procesos democráticos, los llevan los propios pueblos al interior de los países. Pero cuando estamos ante regímenes autoritarios, como fueron las dictaduras de Cono Sur, como es el régimen de Ortega, sin la comunidad internacional, no hay procesos democráticos. La comunidad internacional tiene, una vez más, demostrar la importancia que tiene el acompañamiento de estos procesos y la presión internacional”. Desde el mes de junio, el secretario general de la OEA se mostró favorable a activar los mecanismos para aplicar a Nicaragua el artículo 21 de la Carta Democrática Interamericana. Este contempla suspender a un Estado miembro si rompe el orden democrático y la diplomacia no ha dado resultado para resolver el problema. En este supuesto, el país debería seguir cumpliendo, sin embargo, con sus obligaciones en materia de derechos humanos. ¿Qué efecto podría tener esta aplicación en Daniel Ortega? “No sé, pero sí aumentaría su aislamiento ante la comunidad regional, pero no sabría decirle qué valoración él hace sobre, por ejemplo, una suspensión de la OEA, porque primero hay un procedimiento de suspensión de la OEA y luego la expulsión”, dice Urrejola. “Pero yo creo que siempre para los países es importante no estar aislado regionalmente”. El texto presentado por Canadá pasa a la comisión general, que lo debate, y se votará jueves o viernes. Para ser adoptado se necesita la mayoría simple de votos de los Estados miembros, es decir 18 de 35. Este proyecto de resolución no implica abiertamente la activación del artículo 21 de la Carta Democrática Interamericana, en virtud del cual se puede suspender a un Estado miembro si rompe el orden democrático y la diplomacia no da resultados. Pero podría desembocar en su activación en función de las conclusiones de "la evaluación colectiva". En el texto, los ocho países declaran que las elecciones "no fueron libres, justas ni transparentes y no tienen legitimidad democrática". Reiteran el llamamiento "para la liberación de todos los candidatos y presos políticos" y el fin "de la detención y hostigamiento de los medios de comunicación independientes y miembros de la sociedad civil". Managua se defiende El embajador de Nicaragua ante la OEA, Arturo Mcfields Yescas, respondió a las críticas: "Se votó de manera libre, libre de presiones, libre de chantajes, libre de injerencias y libre de sanciones". El diplomático pidió a la OEA mirar hacia el futuro y no "hacia el pasado con posicionamientos neocolonialistas e intervencionistas". Son contadas las excepciones dentro de la comunidad internacional que respaldan a Nicaragua. Destacan Rusia, Cuba, Bolivia y Venezuela. Con AFP

Música antigua
Música antigua - El Mar - 09/11/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:06


Hoy reponemos un programa dedicado al mar. Escuchar audio

Stories of Survival in the Modern Age
Deanna Roberts on community & the power of dance.

Stories of Survival in the Modern Age

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:15


For as long as she can remember Deanna Roberts has been passionate about dance and through her own dance journey, she's discovered a joy for teaching. Currently travelling the Caribbean island of Antigua, in this week's episode Deanna share her love of community and her quest to combine her passions.

Misterios
Némesis Radio 08x09: El experimento Filadelfia · Leyendas de la Murcia medieval o antigua

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 120:00


Por FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Nemesis-Radio-1550831935166728/ Podcast de NEMESIS RADIO: http://www.ivoox.com/podcast-podcast-nemesis-radio_sq_f1133446_1.html CANAL MISTERIOS DE IVOOX: https://www.ivoox.com/escuchar-canal-misterios-ivoox_nq_2594_1.html Canal misterios de Ivoox: https://www.facebook.com/canalmisteriosdeIvoox/ YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7PD6Knea7eWw88rLp0vR0w E-MAIL: nemesisradiomurcia@gmail.com Por Internet a través de nuestras webs: www.lainter.es -Comenzamos la noche con un buen amigo del programa JESÚS PACHECO, con él hablaremos de “LEYENDAS DE LA MURCIA MEDIEVAL O ANTIGUA” -En nuestra sección de CRÍMENES, será nuestra compañera MERCEDES GARCÍA VELASCO, quien nos cuente la siniestra historia de “TODD KOHLHEPP: el asesino de las reseñas de internet” -De la mano de nuestro compañero PEDRO RUBIO, escucharemos las EFEMERIDES DE NÉMESIS RADIO. -Y en nuestro DEBATE, nuestros contertulios vienen a hablarnos de “EL EXPERIMENTO FILADELFIA” Esta noche contamos con nuestros compañeros: RUBÉN CEREZO, PACO TORRES, FERNANDO BARBA & JOSÉ RAMÓN SÁNCHEZ. “El camino es largo y está a punto de comenzar… Compinches de la noche, poneros cómodos, agudizar las orejas que empezamos…” (NEMESIS RADIO NO SE HACE RESPONSABLE DE LOS COMENTARIOS DE LOS CONTERTULIOS E INVITADOS QUE PARTICIPAN EN DICHO PROGRAMA) Dirigen y Presentan Antonio Pérez y José Antº Martínez

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
502 - Alex from Caoba Farms (Sustainable Farmer/Restaurant Owner)

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 91:01


Alex owns and runs Caoba Farms, just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. It's a Farm-to-Table restaurant where the tables are literally ON the farm. Best food I had in my two months in Guatemala, hands down. We talked about how he got started (growing weed in CA, then selling lettuce to restaurants back in Guatemala), why Alex loves to experiment and learn about nurturing pants and animals, and why this knowledge is so important to share. I really enjoyed hanging with this guy. Here's the article I discussed in the intro. Caoba Farms on Insta. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Mistica," by Orishas; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton. 

Tertulia
La Peña Ep. 5 de 10 – «La noche muda» de Kianny Antigua

Tertulia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 9:32


La Peña es una serie especial de Tertulia, co-curada con la escritora Melanie Márquez Adams, de lecturas de poesía y narrativa para celebrar la literatura escrita en español desde Estados Unidos.

Chente Ydrach
SoLpresa! - Nelson cuenta lo que REALMENTE pasó en el 1er concierto y Falo habla de su antigua guerra con Stylee

Chente Ydrach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 43:24


REDES CHENTE: Instagram: http://instagram.com/chenteydrach Facebook: http://facebook.com/chenteydrachoficial Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chenteyd... Twitter: http://twitter.com/chenteydrach iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/m...

Música antigua
Música antigua - Officium defunctorum - 02/11/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 58:05


Hoy tendremos un programa vinculado a la muerte y vamos a poder escuchar parte del Officium defunctorum in obitu et obsequiis sacrae imperatricis de Tomás Luis de Victoria junto a otras páginas tristes y mortuorias recogidas en la colección Lachrymae de John Dowland. Escuchar audio

AWR Wavescan - DX Program (WRMI)

The island called Antigua in the Caribbean. Ancient DX Report 1926. The radio scene on the island of Misima. Indian DX Report from Prithwiraj Purkayastha.

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience
The Best Beaches to Live On In 2021

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 8:36


We've recently published our Nomad Beach Index 2021, where we rank the best beach locations in the world based on factors that matter to high-net-worth individuals. In this video, Andrew discusses factors that are essential in choosing the best beach destination and shares the top 10 beaches in 2021 from this year's index. 00:00 Start 0:59 Hawai 2:17 Cayman Islands 3:04 Antigua and Barbuda 3:42 The Bahamas 4:08 St. Kitts and Nevis 4:46 Budva, Montenegro 5:33 Algarve, Portugal 6:08 Vanuatu 6:51 Crete, Greece 7:18 Mykonos, Greece 7:30 Cozumel, Mexico https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-bea... Andrew Henderson and the Nomad Capitalist team are the world's most sought-after experts on legal offshore tax strategies, investment immigration, and global citizenship. We work exclusively with seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". Work with Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/apply/ Andrew has started offshore companies, opened dozens of offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate on four continents. He has spent the last 12 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. Our growing team of researchers, strategies, and implementers add to our ever-growing knowledge base of the best options available. In addition, we've spent years studying the behavior of hundreds of clients in order to help people get the results they want faster and with less effort. About Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our Website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nomadcapitalist Buy Andrew's Book: https://amzn.to/2QKQqR0 DISCLAIMER: The information in this video should not be considered tax, financial, investment, or any kind of professional advice. Only a professional diagnosis of your specific situation can determine which strategies are appropriate for your needs. Nomad Capitalist can and does not provide advice unless/until engaged by you.

Room 77 | Podcast
Ep. 51: How To Flash Your Junk in Public

Room 77 | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 50:04


We meet some dear friends on the beach and they brought a couple who wanted to meet us. Richard wants to convince them to come back with us because she's his favorite body type. Lauren hopes to break her dry spell.Richard tries to prove his point about why he should remove all the automatic underwear in his gym shorts and goes through some scenarios of what would happen with Chris Hemsworth at the YMCA.Lauren gets schooled on flashing, cruising and describes what she would do in a dressing room. Lauren is caught trying to flash Richard on the way to dinner.@BikiniAddiction for shutting up the gossipy bitches bikini! 10% off with code ROOM77Come join us this July 2022 in Antigua!patreon.com/room77 #keepitup

Principal Matters: The School Leader's Podcast with William D. Parker
PMP268: Equity, Equality and Systems with Enid Lee

Principal Matters: The School Leader's Podcast with William D. Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 35:56


Enid Lee is a front-line educator, an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach, writer and community builder. She began her joyful journey as a teacher on the Caribbean island of Antigua about 5 decades ago. She has taught in Canada and the United States. Today Enid consults internationally on equitable education with particular emphasis on […] The post PMP268: Equity, Equality and Systems with Enid Lee first appeared on Principal Matters.

Música antigua
Música antigua - Pieter Bruegel con....Clara Sanmartí - 26/10/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 59:53


Hoy, con la ayuda de Clara Sanmartí nos adentraremos en el entramado musical de las pinturas de Pieter Bruegel el Viejo. Y escucharemos el sonido de sus escenas campesinas y de otras obras pictóricas. Y lo haremos con música de Susato, Arcadelt, Phalese, Josquin, Tromboncino y algunos más. Escuchar audio

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
499 - ROMA 48 (From Chappelle to Kissinger)

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 48:45


Coming to you from Antigua, Guatemala (the original "banana republic"), in this one, I get a few things off my chest, including American foreign policy, why Henry Kissinger is not welcome on my podcast, how group identity becomes desperately attractive in a time of crisis, and how that plays out in the LGBTQ anger-fest at Dave Chappelle. The essay I read from by Molly Frances is here. Join us Sunday (10/24) at 2:30pm (EST) for the festive live-stream of episode 500 on my YouTube channel, hosted by Anya Kaats and Mike Maher. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "You Haven't Done Nothin," by Stevie Wonder.

Música antigua
Música antigua - El mar - 19/10/21

Música antigua

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 59:06


Esta noche zarpamos por mares ignotos para navegar por las aguas de las músicas antiguas. Y tendremos páginas de la armada turca, así como obras que siguen a la estrella de la mar como guía entre otras. ¡Feliz travesía! Escuchar audio

Onward Podcast
The Power of a P.L.A.N. - A Blueprint for Reducing Stress & Building Resilience with Michael K. Jackson

Onward Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:00


Michael K. Jackson talks about the power of a P.L.A.N - a blueprint for reducing stress and building resilience. Born in Antigua and raised in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands., Michael is an inspirational speaker, trainer, and author focusing on emotional resilience and well-being. Furthermore, after losing his father during Hurricane Maria in 2017, the loss of his precious baby girl, and his mother's Alzhimers diagnosis, Michael embarked on a mission to empower purpose-driven leaders, business professionals, and entrepreneurs bounce back from setbacks and “build back stronger” from adversity.   Resources Mentioned:  Connect with Michael on LinkedIn Michael's website Buy Michael's book Speaking My Truth Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: @mkjacksonintl Connect with Emily on LinkedIn  Emily Harman Positive Intelligence Coaching Program  Onward Accelerator Coaching Program Onward: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Onward Movement Facebook Group | YouTube Buy Emily's Best Selling Book Step Into the Spotlight Schedule a Complimentary Coaching Call with Emily Music by Soul Pajamas Enjoyed the show? Please remember to leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts.

Melanin and Miles Travel Podcast
Deep Dive into Travel with Dennie | EP. 113

Melanin and Miles Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 41:14


This week we interviewed Dennie who has traveled a lot both internationally and domestically. Listen to hear about her origins in Antigua and Barbuda, study abroad, travel mistakes, travels throughout Europe, and some of her favorite and funny travel stories. Follow Dennie on IG to follow any upcoming trips she has planned.

Room 77 | Podcast
Ep. 50: How To Control A Foursome

Room 77 | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 51:22


We are invited to dinner by a couple who takes charge and prepares us with an email resume of their strengths and weaknesses. Bars closed early, so we were faced with the let's get naked moment a little earlier than expected! Richard opts for complete darkness for the mood lighting so he doesn't look fat next to this couple. After some nervous chocolate eating, the guy tells Lauren she may not get any. Richard convinces his cock to rally, and then is succumbed to sexy, glute bridges. We interview a newbie couple going to the November takeover as they prep for their first lifestyle event! @BikiniAddiction for your better butt bikini! 10% off with ROOM77 Come join us this July 2022 in Antigua! patreon.com/room77