The boys are back in town for episode #012! Legendary podcaster and intellectual Bob Garvey joins Josh and Chris for an episode that is non-stop wild. In this episode we examine the Apollo 11 Mission, which was the first in history to land a man on the moon. The episode starts with an examination of JFK's speech in 1960 which challenged the Americans to be the first country to land a man on the moon. We then go through the space race, the many failures of the early space flights, and finally the Apollo Missions which finally landed a man on the moon. This rough timeline of history is also accompanied by many conversation detours that are sure to keep your interest piqued. If you love the episode and the show, please leave us a 5 star rating and don't be afraid to leave a comment....Also the best way to grow the show is by word-of-mouth, so if you enjoy our episodes please share them with your friends, family, high school classmates you haven't seen in 5 years, the psychopaths on Reddit, and Addison Rae. Connect with us here: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @romewasntburnt Intro Song: The Boys Are Back In Town by Thin Lizzy Outro Song: Stanley Kubrick by B.o.B
Is it just a creepy painting or is it harboring an evil spirit that emerges at night to take your life? In this episode, we talk about the haunted painting "The Hands Resist Him" and the terrifying tale of The Life Swapper.Video of this podcast: https://youtu.be/5Q7VpD6u5YQSupport the show (http://paypal.me/sbcpalmetto)
It's time for my favorite episode of the year – the Kids/YA gift Giving Guide! I invited a bunch of kids to tell me about their favorite books, and once again these kids are funny, thoughtful, wise, smart, and so interesting. If you have young people to buy for this holiday season, this episode will give you lots of great ideas. If you don't have young people to buy for, you will still get some wonderful reading suggestions. I'm telling you – kid lit and YA lit is the most innovative writing out there. Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram Do you have a book you want to tell me about? Go HERE to apply to be a guest on the Best Book Ever Podcast. Discussed in this episode: Hope, Age 7 Christmas in Camelot by Mary Pope Osborne Buffalo Before Breakfast by Mary Pope Osborne These books are part of The Magic Treehouse Series by Mary Pope Osborne McKenzie, Age 7 Haunted Castle on Hallows Eve by Mary Pope Osborne Revolutionary War on Wednesday by Mary Pope Osborne Vacation Under the Volcano by Mary Pope Osborne Earthquake in the Early Morning by Mary Pope Osborne Monday with a Mad Genius by Mary Pope Osborne The Supernatural Bear, Age 9 (SNB is a regular guest on the Word to Your Mama Podcast, so if you enjoyed hearing me talk to him, definitely check him out over there!) The Gideon Trilogy by Linda Buckley-Archer Book 1: The Time Travelers Book 2: The Time Thief Book 3: The Time Quake Rohan, Age 11 The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey: Graphic Novels of Jewish Wisdom and Wit in the Wild West by Steve Sheinkin Rabbi Harvey Rides Again by Steve Sheinkin Rabbi Harvey vs. the Wisdom Kid: A Graphic Novel of Dueling Jewish Folktales in the Wild West by Steve Sheinkin Kate, Age 11 Alone by Megan E. Freeman Jack, Age 13 The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton The Outsiders Movie The Sun Trail (Warrior Cats Book) by Erin Hunter (Jack talked to me about the Warrior Cats books in last year's Kids/YA Episode. If you are looking for an expansive book universe, you can't beat this series.) Joey, Age 14 The Generations Trilogy by Scott Sigler: Book 1: Alive Book 2: Alight Book 3: Alone The Maze Runner by James Dashner The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Trials of Apollo by Rick Riordan Game Changer by Neal Shusterman Divergent by Veronica Roth Erin, Age 18 Life in a Fishbowl by Len Vlahos (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning I get a few bucks off your purchase at no extra expense to you. Anytime you shop for books, you can use my affiliate link on Bookshop, which also supports Indie Bookstores around the country. If you're shopping for everything else – clothes, office supplies, gluten-free pasta, couches – you can use my affiliate link for Amazon. Thank you for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)
We'd love to hear from you (email@example.com)Look us up on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/385282925919540Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breakingbadsciencepodcast/Website: http://www.breakingbadscience.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/breakingbadscienceNASA Student Launch is a program designed to test High School and University rocketry students, and give them the opportunity to evaluate their understanding in real life situations. Jordan Slavish is a teacher in Oregon and our podcast's go-to person for rocket information and expertise. Dr. Jonathan McDowell, also featured in this episode, is an astrophysicist and a fountain of knowledge on rocket launches since as early as the Apollo missions. He is here to answer the questions of the students involved in this challenge from Jordan's class. Join hosts Shanti and Danny while we learn more about astrophysics and rocketry from Dr McDowell, Jordan, and his class. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/breakingbadscience?fan_landing=true)
During a cold February evening in 2016, a bewildering incident would transpire on the outskirts of Cardiff, which would in time go on to become known as the ‘Welsh Roswell Incident'. Did the British military genuinely ambush a UFO in the Welsh valleys, or was this instead a misunderstanding of more earthly events? Join us, as we delve into The Mysterious Pentyrch Incident. ABOUT THE PODCAST Turn off the lights, get into bed and plug in your earphones. It's time for a creepy bedtime story. For the discerning horror fan, we cover the most chilling cases throughout history. From the paranormal to the supernatural, unsolved mysteries and strange deaths to cryptids, conspiracy theories and the most disturbing of true crimes, all told in a unique and creepy way. Join us every week for a new scary story. THE PARANORMAL SCHOLAR VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJTGpxOqzjA EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org MUSIC "Ice Demon", "Crypto" and "Undaunted" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 https://www.youtube.com/user/kmmusic "Still Such Rage", "Cicada 3301", "Dark Rage" and "Apollo 11" used by kind permission of CO.AG https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcavSftXHgxLBWwLDm_bNvA
After the breach, the crew collects themselves and prepares their journey. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SouthernTomfoolerySouthern Tomfoolery Playshttps://www.southerntomfoolery.com/https://discord.gg/7KPfMCzhttps://twitter.com/SouthernTomfoolhttps://www.facebook.com/SouthernTomfoolery/https://www.instagram.com/southerntomfoolery/Starfinder - Signal of ScreamsTitle Music:"Signal of Screams Theme" by Adam KellyOther music:Kevin MacCloed - Incompetechincompetech.filmmusic.ioTabletop Audiotabletopaudio.comPurple Planet Musicwww.purple-planet.com/
EPISODE 30 A SUMMARY OF LYCURGAN SPARTA WITH PROFESSOR PAUL CARTLEDGEOver the past half a century no one has done more to forward the field of ancient Spartan research than Professor Paul Cartledge. His gravitas and authority on the topic are second to none and his eloquence in describing these ancient warriors is more akin to poetry than prose. His presence on the Spartan History Podcast is most fitting, in that without his extensive body of work, the show would in all likelihood not exist. This is the final episode on the topic of archaic, or more specifically Lycurgan, Sparta . Having previously described the different facets of Spartan societal, political and religious reforms I invited the Professor on to bring's his considerable knowledge to bear in a succinct summary of the time frame. The conversation at certain points got extremely academic and specific in it's approach to the task of summary, just the way I like it. It added immense value to my understanding of this confusing era and I trust it adds value to your own. Enjoy, and as always, take good care.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/spartanhistoryhttps://paypal.me/SpartanHistory
On 17 July 1975 the first manned international space mission, carried out jointly by the United States and the Soviet Union. Millions of people around the world watched on television as a United States Apollo module docked with a Soviet Union Soyuz capsule. The project, and its memorable handshake in the heavens, was a symbol of détente between the two superpowers during the Cold War, and it is generally considered to mark the end of the Space Race.Unthinkable only years earlier the Apollo–Soyuz mission was made possible by the thaw Soviet-US relations. According to Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, "The Soviet and American spacemen will go up into outer space for the first major joint scientific experiment in the history of mankind. They know that from outer space our planet looks even more beautiful. It is big enough for us to live peacefully on it, but it is too small to be threatened by nuclear war.”Our guest is Cold War Conversations favourite, author Stephen Walker, the author of Beyond: The Astonishing Story of the First Human to Leave Our Planet and Journey into Space.Buy the book here and support CWC UK https://amzn.to/3wOBZRI US https://amzn.to/30vgsld Do check out our two previous episodes with Stephen. Yuri Gagarin, the first human in space here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode172/ and the Forgotten Cosmonaut here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode192/I'm asking listeners to support my work and enable me to continue recording these incredible stories. If you become a monthly supporter via Patreon, you will get the sought after CWC coaster as a thank you and bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history.Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If you can't wait for next week's episode do visit our Facebook discussion group where guests and listeners continue the Cold War Conversation. Just search Cold War Conversations in Facebook.I am delighted to welcome Stephen Walker back to our Cold War conversation…There's further information here. https://coldwarconversations.com/episode210/Thank you very much for listening. It is really appreciated – goodbye.Looking for a Xmas gift for the Cold War aficionado in your life? Do check out loads of gift ideas including our wide range of CW themed mugs at our store. More info here https://rdbl.co/3kv7lYk Have a look at our store and find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life? Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/coldwarpod)
"Da muss doch was gehen." Mit dieser neugierigen und mutigen Einstellung hat sich Malte Hedderich seinen Weg vom Profi-Gamer zum Esportler gebahnt. Dabei hat ihm besonders geholfen, kleine Schritte zu machen. An welchen Themen er sich dennoch die Finger verbrannt hat, hörst du in den Best-of-Seven. Wird es bald kein deutschsprachiges Sportbusiness mehr geben? Malte hat eine klare Haltung, denn die Branche ist äußerst disruptiv. Gamification gewinnt an Relevanz, Lernen funktioniert nicht in der Theorie und wir alle brauchen Kenntnisse in der "Sprache der Zukunft". Jetzt reinhören. Shownotes: Shownotes unter: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode315 Hier geht's zum Interview mit Malte & Michael: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode314 Vernetze dich mit Malte Hedderich auf LinkedIn Wir suchen DICH! Bewirb dich unter maniacstudios.com/jobs Meine Buchempfehlungen: https://sportsmaniac.de/books Mehr zu unserer Podcast-Agentur Maniac Studios: https://maniacstudios.com Du willst einen Podcast starten oder als Partner im Sports Maniac Podcast werben? Hier anfragen: https://danielspruegel.com Abonniere den Sports Maniac Podcast auf Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer, Soundcloud oder TuneIn Abonniere das Weekly Update: https://sportsmaniac.de/weekly-update Bewerte den Sports Maniac Podcast: https://sportsmaniac.de/bewertung Kostenfreie Facebook-Gruppe: https://sportsmaniac.de/community FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sportsmaniacDE INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/danielspruegel TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DanielSpruegel LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sports-maniac Mein Podcast-Equipment: https://sportsmaniac.de/meinsetup
In this episode of NPR's Book of the Day podcast, we're spotlighting two thrillers. First, astronaut Chris Hadfield talked with former NPR host Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his novel The Apollo Murders, which is set in the 70's around, you guessed it, the Apollo missions. Then, a 2015 interview with NPR's Robert Siegel and author Anthony Horowitz about his James Bond novel Trigger Mortis, and what it's like giving a classic a 21st century twist.
In this episode, we tell the tale of an impressive prank. We encounter a crisis of self-image, an impromptu dance party, emotional mess, and a sincere apology. —- Have you checked out the books that started it all? Follow the adventures of Zeus the overconfident hamster and his friends in the Zeus the Mighty series! Third book is out: bit.ly/zeusbook3
Dr James Head is a professor of planetary geosciences at Brown University, who has worked on projects from training Apollo astronauts to be geologists, to robotic missions to Venus, Mars, and the outer planets. https://terryvirts.com/ Twitter: @AstroTerry Instagram: astro_terry
To celebrate 10 years of Monocle 24, we're counting down some of our favourite moments on air, from live broadcasts out on the road to coverage of the decade's biggest news stories. In this seventh edition, we sit down with Formula One star Lewis Hamilton; speak to legendary Australian food stylist Donna Hay; and Andrew Mueller meets Charlie Duke, the lunar-module pilot on Apollo 16.
93% of televisions in the United States tuned in to see Neil Armstrong walk on the Moon. Can you believe 7% were watching something else? At 11pm on a Sunday?? But as much as we love it now, Apollo 11's contemporary acclaim wasn't exactly universal. Many people, all over America, had reservations about spending billions of dollars on space exploration instead of solving problems here on Earth. And some Americans had their eyes on a very different, much more important prize. The rise of Apollo coincided with the peak of the Civil Rights Movement (which technically ended with the signing of the Civil Rights Act in 1968—but we all know the struggle and the movement didn't end there). In this episode, Emily, Matt, and Nick explore the intersection of these two moments in American history, discuss the protests, activists, and anthems of the time, and talk to Sylvia Drew Ivie about the issues then and how we're still working to turn it all around. AirSpace is made possible by the generous support of Olay.
A man in uniform, Del Albright has worn them all. Join us for an insightful look into Del's life and career on Episode 86. We're talking band, military, firefighting, and land use in just a quick minute.3:32 – Leave it to Beaver incarnate7:15 – we'd stop when we got to the Colorado River16:38 – I needed some padding in the back of this 58 station wagon – to transport my musical instruments …23:09 – I did everything combat the United States Army had to offer28:46 – I've been in uniform forever31:52 – I started getting into Jeeps and have been broke ever since36:12 – they train me to be a coyote 41:06 – I met this astronaut from Apollo 1345:05 – my master's degree is prescribed burning for wildlife habitat49:21 – I'm selective on how I pick on the changes the wackos have made55:03 – it's a desert wash, it changes every year1:08:28 – my mission was to get people enough knowledge and tools to deal with the bureaucracy1:17:49 – the 4 E's of Enlightenment1:24:10 – it's a full-time job to keep people motivated We want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BigRich)
“How can there be orange soil on the Moon?! (Pause) Jack, that is really orange.” Gene Cernan The post Space Rocket History #377 – Apollo 17 – Moonwalk 1 & 2 – Orange Soil first appeared on Space Rocket History Podcast.
Thanksgiving We have LiftoffThis is Steve and welcome back to another segment of Press On produced by Restless the Podcast. This is called Thanksgiving We Have Lift Off.For my family Thanksgiving conjures up a host of memories. In the 60's and 70's my brothers and sister I learned to be content in small things. In a way unbeknowning to us we managed our expectations. The relationships we had with each other and gathering of family were valued. These gatherings provided an opportunity for extraordinary creativity. One year my grandfather a veteran of world war came up to stay with us. Despite his respiratory issues caused by being mustered gassed by the germans he was an avid pipe smoker. One day as he often did he fell asleep with his pipe next to him in the ash tray. My younger brother Gary and I avid fans of the Apollo space program quietly took his pipe, removed all the tobacco and repacked it with match-heads from at least two books of matches. We then topped it off with tobacco and waited. A few minutes later he awoke and as predicted went for his pipe. We looked on… waiting for the pyro show to begin…in an instant there was a flash that filled the room then flames steadily built until it reached maximum height. Rumors have that it they danced across the ceiling. I looked over at Gary and the look on his face was like an arsonist admiring his work. I cant verify this but I thought I heard the words “Houston we have ignition and liftoff.” As the flame died down reality set in and we expected trouble would be coming our way. Surprisingly our laid back grandfather looked at his pipe looked over at us then looked at his pipe again then continued smoking it as nothing had happened. Needless to say it was a milestone memory.As a family we were thankful for the little things because we didn't have any of the big things There is much more to this story but for today think about this:Hear the words of C.S. Lewis:We ought to give thanks for all fortune: if it is good, because it is good; if bad, because it works in us patience, humility, contempt of this world and the hope of our eternal country.This Thanksgiving manage your expectations regarding what you are thankful for by focusing on things eternal rather than temporal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We review Paramount's big screen take on everyone's favorite big red dog, Clifford. We have some digressions about The Martian, Apollo 13, and the Berenstain Bears, but rest assured that Katie continues to be a curmudgeon, and Deborah continues to be the kindhearted soul we know her to be. In Screen Time in the News, we discuss an opinion piece by Jessica Grose about the value of watching so-called inappropriate movies with our kids.
Part of our JFK "Arc" for November 2021.German-born Wernher von Braun played a pivotal role in the United States' success in the Space Race and the Apollo program in particular.How might things have progressed differently if von Braun had not sustained just a broken arm in a March 1945 car crash prior to the end of World War II and his surrender to American forces?Chris Coppola is in the host chair today joined by frequent show contributor Eric Rush.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wernher_von_BraunWebsite: www.aforkintimepodcast.comE-Mail: email@example.comDirect Link to Listener Survey: https://www.aforkintimepodcast.com/listenersurveyIf you enjoy the podcast, you can help by supporting us via Patreon.https://www.patreon.com/aforkintimeYou can follow A Fork In Time on….Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aforkintimeTwitter: @AFITPodcastPinterest: www.pinterest.com/aforkintimeTheme Music: Conquer by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/aforkintime)
The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe starring Sydney Greenstreet, originally broadcast November 24, 1950, 71 years ago, The Case of the Beautiful Archer. A statue of Apollo and Ariadne leads Nero Wolfe to an upper class murder.
No matter where you are in your career as a business owner, whether you're just starting out or if you've been doing this for more than ten years, you can always benefit from the experience of someone who's been through it all and found great individual success along the way.Mitch Garber certainly fits the bill. He is a Canadian lawyer and business executive. Mitch is the former Co-Founder and CEO of Optimal Payments/Paysafe (NASDAQ), CEO of PartyGaming Plc/PartyBwin (LSE), and Caesars Acquisition Company/Playtika Ltd. (NASDAQ). He's also a minority owner, executive committee member of the NHL Seattle Kraken, and an active investor, who co-invests with lead principals like Apollo, TPG, David Bonderman/Wildcat, and Fosun.In this episode of the Perfectly Mentored Podcast, Mitch Garber takes us through his illustrious career. He'll talk about all the valuable insights he's learned through the years about growing a business and taking your career to the next level, so stay tuned!Topics Covered:How did you get started as an entrepreneur? [1:38]Was it always a dream of yours to own a pro sports team? [4:06]What business lessons now come to fruition after owning a sports team? [5:43]What's Mitch's take on outsourcing? [7:40]What was your experience like on Dragon's Den? [9:53]At what point does patience become delusion? [12:13]Do you think entrepreneurship is being romanticized too much? [14:30]Do you think that there are people who are not cut out to be business owners? [16:52]How important has the principle of compounding been to growing a business? [19:42]When is the right time to go for an opportunity and what do the signs look like? [22:28]Are some people too emotionally attached to their businesses? [26:08]Mitch's thoughts on impostor syndrome and comparison in entrepreneurship. [29:37]What's the best way to stand out? [31:48]How do you get into the right room with the right people? [34:07]What are your thoughts on investment strategies if you were to start now? [38:50]Has philanthropy always been important for you? How did you start becoming philanthropic? [42:35]What advice do you have for entrepreneurs whose time is divided, but still want to give their kids all these lessons for success? [47:49]How do you stay up-to-date on trends? [49:46]What's one thing you regret from a business standpoint? [51:30]Connect with us:Perfectly Mentored InstagramWatch the Interviews on YouTubePerfectly Mentored FacebookConnect with Mitch Garber:InstagramWebsiteLinkedInTwitterConnect with Jason PortnoyWebsiteInstagramWant to see how Jason and his team can help you grow your business? CLICK HERELike the episode? Watch and support us on YouTube
Episode 25 of the Hollywood Editing Mentor podcast is a replay of a live webinar and Q&A about The Editing of Narcos: Mexico with Hugo Diaz and Chris Cavanagh that was recorded live on November 12, 2021. This episode has been edited for clarity. If you'd like to see the entire presentation, including the sample clips from season 3 of Narcos: Mexico that Hugo and Chris dissect, check out the video version of this episode on the Hollywood Editing Mentor YouTube Channel. Here are some of the topics that are discussed in episode 25:How Hugo and Chris landed the gig on Narcos: MexicoBreaking into scripted television editorial in HollywoodGetting editing opportunities as an assistantThe importance of being ready for and taking advantage of big opportunitiesHow Hugo got the chance to edit the main title of Narcos: Mexico (season 1) as an assistantShowing your editing work to producers as an assistantHow to build relationships with producersThe importance of communicating your goals to producers and other members of your editorial teamTransitioning from unscripted to scripted television editorialMaking a career transition when you have a familyBeing a non-Spanish speaker and working on Narcos: MexicoDissecting specific scenes from season 3 of Narcos: Mexico Shooting and editing season 3 of Narcos: Mexico during the pandemicWorking with a new character in the show, Victor TapiaThe historical accuracy of Narcos: Mexico Living in Tijuana, Mexico in the ‘90sAdvice for breaking in to scripted television editorial and getting promoted up to editorInsight into the career of a scripted television editorCommunicating with your editor as an assistantCLICK HERE to join the Hollywood Editing Mentor community!SUBSCRIBE and leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts!Original Music: "Apollo's Haze" and "Do You Want" by JesusdapnkFacebook: www.fb.com/jesusdapnkSoundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/jesusdapnkInstagram: @jesusdapnk
Movie Night is here! Max continues down a Rocky road, Tim jolts into the holiday season, less famous sharks and there be thunder on dem lips. Tapes And Scowls starts now! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/capesandscowls/support
(Bonus) The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC, originally known as the NASA Launch Operations Center), located on Merritt Island, Florida, is one of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) ten field centers. Since December 1968, KSC has been NASA's primary launch center of human spaceflight. Launch operations for the Apollo, Skylab and Space Shuttle programs were carried out from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39 and managed by KSC. Located on the east coast of Florida, KSC is adjacent to Cape Canaveral Space Force Station (CCSFS). The management of the two entities work very closely together, share resources and operate facilities on each other's property.
US futures are indicating a higher open as of 05:00 ET. European equity markets are mostly higher following a mixed session in Asia. A lot of focus on worsening Coronavirus trends in Europe and US. The outbreak in Europe has led to the re-imposition of restrictions/partial lockdowns in Europe, sparking protests across the continent over the weekend. Telecom Italia in focus following a buyout offer from KKR. Company's mentioned: Telecom Italia, KKR, Monster Beveridge, Constellation Brands, Ericsson, Vonage, Apollo, Marks & Spencer
If you know Winnipeg, Manitoba, the thought of that city producing an instrumental psychedelic jazz infused rock band is pretty crazy. Located in central Canada, Winnipeg is generally known for two things; cold winters and buggy summers. It was where Neil Young got his start and where The Guess Who began their iconic careers but those are rock artists, not Psychadelic Jam Bands. So when I heard that ostensibly a Jam Band born out of the tundra of Winnipeg were releasing their third EP A Relationship of Force on Color Red November 26th, obviously I to reach out to get the low down on the band and their music. Fortunately frontman and guitar player Ed Durocher and drummer Glenn Radley obliged and were eager to talk Apollo Suns. First song: Study in Red Second song: Dark Night See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole Street Brewery): Special Thanksgiving Edition: Guests: Adam Kenney, Maren Apollo, Joann Weiss, Dave Weiss, Jon Solbrack, Jen Solbrack: Taste Test of Many Pumpkin Beers
MOSES' LAST message was a warning—not just to the Israelites, but to the lesser elohim who had rebelled against the authority of God. We discuss Moses' warning to the people against disobeying the commandments of God, the commissioning of Joshua, and the Song of Moses, which lays out the consequences of following other gods. Deuteronomy 32 makes it clear that these small-G “gods” are real and that not all of them are faithful. We explain why Deuteronomy 32:8 should read “sons of God” and not “sons of Israel” and share some background of the “demons” (Hebrew shedim) in Deut. 32:17. Interestingly, Deut. 32:24 suggests that two entities known as deities in ancient Canaan may have been agents of God's judgment for disobedience—Qeteb (“pestilence”) and Resheph (“plague”), who was later known to the Greeks and Romans as Apollo. For more on the “sons of God” in Deut. 32:8, see Dr. Mike Heiser's article “‘Sons of God' or ‘Sons of Israel' in Deuteronomy 32:8?” The Bible's Greatest Mysteries is on the air! For more information, log on to www.BiblesGreatestMysteries.tv. And subscribe to the new YouTube channel for The Bible's Greatest Mysteries! Our book Giants, Gods and Dragons is available now in Kindle and paperback! Get it as part of a great package with more than 27 hours of our video teachings at the SkyWatchTV Store, or by itself at Amazon.com. And Derek's novels The God Conspiracy and Iron Dragons are available now in paperback and Kindle! See the official trailers and learn more at the website for Rose Avenue Fiction. Download these studies directly to your phone, tablet, or iPod! Get our free mobile app for iOS and Android. Links to the App Store and Google Play are on the main page at www.GilbertHouse.org. Click here for the complete archive of our New Testament Bible studies to date, and click here for the Old Testament studies to date. Or go to www.spreaker.com/show/gilbert-house-fellowship for all of the audio.
The Black Winter and Galactus clash! Thor is caught in the middle! The epic conclusion to this mini-series is here at last! On this episode of ACROSS THE BIFROST Ryan and the terrific team from Apollo City Comics (Brandon and Brandon) breakdown the mighty finale of Cates & Klein's DEVOURER KING!!! STAY WORTHY! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-does2/message
While exploring the planet Pollux IV, the Enterprise is held captive by an alien super-being who claims to be the Greek god Apollo. His demands are that the crew abandon ship, settle on his planet and worship him like their human ancestors did 5,000 years before. Since they are no match for Apollo's mythological powers, Captain Kirk's only hope lies in reasoning with Lt. Carolyn Palamas, the ship's Archaeology and Anthropology officer, who becomes smitten with Apollo after he chooses her to be his mate. In what is perhaps one of "Star Trek'" deepest and most thought-provoking episodes, "Who Mourns for Adonais?" takes the "ancient astronaut" theory and runs with it. The writing and direction are both superb, and the production design, wardrobe and original score are all fantastic. But the key to the success of this episode lies with the magnificent, fiercely-committed and heartbreaking performance of Michael Forest, who portrays Apollo as a charismatic and empathetic, yet ultimately tragic, figure. You can follow Enterprise Incidents at: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EnterpriseIncidents Twitter @enterincidents Instagram @enterpriseincidents Follow Scott Mantz @moviemantz on Twitter and Instagram Follow Steve Morris @srmorris on Twitter and srmorris1 on Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enterpriseincidents/support
The giants from the Eclipsed return, but this time the party stands their ground. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SouthernTomfoolerySouthern Tomfoolery Playshttps://www.southerntomfoolery.com/https://discord.gg/7KPfMCzhttps://twitter.com/SouthernTomfoolhttps://www.facebook.com/SouthernTomfoolery/https://www.instagram.com/southerntomfoolery/Starfinder - Signal of ScreamsTitle Music:"Signal of Screams Theme" by Adam KellyOther music:Kevin MacCloed - Incompetechincompetech.filmmusic.ioTabletop Audiotabletopaudio.comPurple Planet Musicwww.purple-planet.com/
A look back at the battle for control at Apollo Global between Josh Smith and Leon Black. Even in disgrace, Leon Black seems to have a trick or two up his sleeve. (Commercial at 19:59)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comIf you enjoy my content and want to help support the podcast:paypal.me/bobbycapuccihttps://www.gofundme.com/f/the-jeffrey-epstein-showSource:https://www.crainsnewyork.com/finance/brawl-between-billionaire-founders-apollo-sidelines-one-its-own
Ayana Gray is a New York Times and Indie bestselling author of speculative fiction and a lover of all things monsters, mythos, and #MelaninMagic. Originally from Atlanta, she now lives in Little Rock, Arkansas where she reads avidly, follows Formula One racing, and worries over the varying moods of her adopted baby black rhino, Apollo, and her mini goldendoodle, Dolly. Her debut novel, BEASTS OF PREY, is being adapted for film by Netflix. Penguin Young Readers is excited to present the most anticipated young adult novel of the year from breakout debut author Ayana Gray. BEASTS OF PREY (G.P. Putnam's Sons BFYR; On Sale September 28, 2021) is the thrilling series opener that begins in the way all the best YA novels do: by striking a deal. Two teens agree to work together to track down a dangerous, ancient creature who plagues their city before they themselves become the hunted. Inspired by African mythology, Gray has woven a fast-paced fantasy filled with monsters, mythos, and a slow-burn romance that will leave readers clamoring for more.
APOLLO 13 Apollo 13 lunar mission, astronauts Jim Lovell Fred Haise and Jack Swigert find everything going according to plan after leaving Earth's orbit. However, when an oxygen tank explodes, their scheduled moon landing is called off. Tensions within the crew and mounting technical problems threaten both the astronauts' survival and their safe return to Earth. Craig and guest co-host Mark Woodring (@vsmoviepodcast on twitter) are joined by screenwriter and comic creator Blake Casselman (@blake_casselman on twitter) to talk about teamwork, fixing problems, FanX Salt Lake and the movie “Apollo 13” on this week's Matinee Heroes! Show Notes 1:03 Craig and guest co-host Mark Woodring talk to Blake Casselman about comic book script writing and how het got involved with FanX Salt Lake. 21:30 Craig, Mark and Blake discuss the movie "Apollo 13" 45:13 Recasting 1:08:47 Double Feature 1:14:48 Final Thoughts 1:18:58 A preview of next week's episode "Paddington" Next week is Thanksgiving so join the whole Matinee Heroes family as we discuss "Paddington"
Apollo Global is once again getting involved in the gaming world of Las Vegas as they swoop in to purchase Sands Corp Las Vegas properties. (Commercial at 15:17)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.com If you enjoy my content and want to help support the podcast:paypal.me/bobbycapuccihttps://www.gofundme.com/f/the-jeffrey-epstein-showSource:https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wsj.com/amp/articles/sands-to-sell-las-vegas-properties-for-6-25-billion-as-it-focuses-on-asia-11614776358
We continue to focus on Leon Black and Apollo Global in this mornings episode by exploring their ties to the U.N.(Commercial at 11:20)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.ft.com/content/62573344-9060-4168-94dd-11ab27ea3594
We continue to focus on Leon Black and Apollo Global in this mornings episode by exploring their ties to the U.N.(Commercial at 11:20)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comIf you enjoy my content and want to help support the podcast:https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-jeffrey-epstein-showpaypal.me/bobbycapucciSource:https://www.ft.com/content/62573344-9060-4168-94dd-11ab27ea3594
“Near the end of the worst part of my schizophrenia break, I really wasn't living in reality; I was living in hell.”Apollo Ellis' resume reads like a who's who of the tech world: Sony, Intel, Apple, Oculus and NVIDIA. This Ph.D. engineer has three degrees in computer science from renowned schools -- and he speaks Chinese. But one thing you'd never guess from his long list of accolades is his past in a gang or his history of drug abuse. Or more notable: his lifelong battle with schizophrenia. Throughout the years, Apollo had episodes of paranoia and psychosis, but he never understood they were symptoms of a mental illness. It took decades to get a diagnosis, but when that finally happened, medication helped stabilize him -- and his success skyrocketed. https://letsnottalkaboutit.comHosts: Camille TuuttiSharon TigerAmanda Ziadeh Guest: Apollo Ellis, author of "Through the Valley: Streets, Schizophrenia, and Success in Tech."Expert: Dr. Akua K. BoatengEditor:Tessa HallBehind the Scenes: Lisa AbeytaMusic: “Incoming” by Jeffrey C. Mund "Arms of Gold" by Tape Machines
This Friday, we're featuring two thrillers. First, astronaut Chris Hadfield talked with former NPR host Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his novel The Apollo Murders, which is set in the 70's around, you guessed it, the Apollo missions. It's got Soviet spies and secret space stations with machine guns mounted to the top. What more could a book need? Then a 2015 interview with NPR's Robert Siegel and author Anthony Horowitz about his James Bond novel Trigger Mortis, and what it's like giving a classic a 21st century twist.
We review Transformers Wreckers: Tread & Circuits #1 in Comics, get the latest update on the Transformers Rise of the Beasts live action movie, and there's a new guest announcement for TFcon Toronto! All this and much, much more on this episode of TransMissions Alt Mode! Order our TransMissions Exclusive Cover Variant of IDW’s Transformers Till All Are One #1! Want some TransMissions swag? Check out our online shop, powered by TeePublic! Like what we’re doing and want to help make our podcast even better? If you already support us, thank you! Show Notes: Intro [00:34] With great sadness we announce the passing of our friend Kevin Horn Donate to his wife Ashleigh's GoFundMe Obituary Welcome back guest host & awesome artist Apollo! Check out her work on Twitter and Instagram! Check out the next episode of Empire Of Rust Episode 63 – Twelve Angry Bots that will be available to… Continue reading The post Alt Mode 260 – Wrecking Crew (Wreckers: Tread & Circuits #1 Review) appeared first on TransMissions Podcast Network.
Cyndi Lauper Facts. Literal deer fence. Syracuse University Code of Conduct vs. Comedy. Boosting approval ratings with Kamala's Pudding Trolley. The stories behind Prince's biggest hits. Jack auditions: God's Plan, Master T, Return to Apollo. Sponsor: www.manscaped.com Use checkout code QM to get 20% off your order, and free shipping anywhere but the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Alex Babin, CEO at Zero, says that the beautiful part about automating processes is to make the machines work the way the lawyers work so that you get a Return on Invest starting the very first day. For many of us, Alex brings up what we might think as the Holy Grail of implementing change in a law firm, and that is to allow the attorneys to continue working the same way and have the technology do the administrative tasks in the background. With little to no interaction from the attorneys. He says that the best product is the product that doesn't have to be implemented. The best software is no software so that you don't have to teach them how to use it. Babin's product Zero for email compliance, along with the new mobile time capture Apollo is designed to reduce the time spent on these non-billable, administrative tasks for lawyers. Information Inspirations Brittany Luce and Eric Eddings have returned to their podcasting roots after finally leaving The Nod and the mess at Gimlet Media, and their video version of The Nod after the collapse of Quibi. After seven years, they resurrected their original podcast, For Colored Nerds (FCN) on Stitcher/SiriusXM where they discuss Black culture from their own nerdy perspective. Brittany and Eric are great and vulnerable storytellers and their return to FCN, as more mature adults, is a great place to tell and listen to their stories. Sometimes hardcoding tech gets better results than what you might find with AI, machine learning, or neural networks. BRAIN was developed in the 1980s and is still around today using the idea of "weaving" to identify objects like pastries. The accuracy of this established technology is very good and shows that not all shiny new things are better than the tried and established processes. The New Yorker has a great article on the use of BRAIN. Contact Us Twitter: @gebauerm or @glambert. Voicemail: 713-487-7270 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Music: As always, the great music you hear on the podcast is from Jerry David DeCicca. Transcripts are available on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.
Tara and EmKay conclude their time in "The Wiz" by sharing their remaining favorite moments of subsequent productions and iconic Wiz moments! All the love to this section of season two - thank you for following down this yellow brick road!Show Notes:Michael Jackson - Medley - Disney World 25th Aniversary 1980 (HQ)No Bad News - The Wiz City CenterStephanie Mills with Shanice Williams Sing Home 2015SummerStage 30th Anniversary: The Wiz - A Celebration in Dance and MusicLillias White, Nikki M. James, Solea Pfeiffer, & Peppermint Sing "Home" From The Wiz in Times SquarePOSE | Blanca and Pray Tell sing HomeAnnaleigh Ashford Performs "Slide Some Oil to Me" From The WizThe Wiz Home - CastEverybody Rejoice (The Wiz)- Fantasy Show ChoirBelieve In Yourself - The Wiz City CenterThe Gospel According to The Wiz: And Other Sermons from Cinema by Otis MossThe Wiz Redux; or, Why Queer Black Feminist Spectatorship and Politically Engaged Popular Entertainment Continue to Matter by La Donna L. ForsgrenAdapting The Wizard of Oz: Musical Versions from Baum to MGM and Beyond Kindle Edition by Danielle Birkett and Dominic McHughHope Mill TheatreStephanie Mills "Home" Showtime at the Apollo!JAZMINE SULLIVAN SINGS "HOME" @ AGE 11 IN THE WIZInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayPatreonOriginal music by Shane ChapmanEdited by Emily Kay Shrader
B-Phlat and Violet Gray visit Friends Like Us and talk DIY, roleplaying games, and how Black Trans Lives Matter with host Marina Franklin. B-phlat is a comedian with incredible credits like Showtime at the Apollo, Four seasons of BET's Comicview, a writer for ESPN Magazine, hosting several celebrity events such as the Russell Simmon's Phat Farm Fashion Show & Def Comedy Jam in Negril, Jamaica, FUBU International Okwaku Festival in Amsterdam and most recently corporate sponsorship by Donyell Marshall's Triple D Productions. Violet Gray is a stand-up comic, podcaster, and proud Dungeons & Dragons player based in Baltimore, MD. She has won the Pearl Next Superstar Comedian contest and was featured on Night Train w/ Wyatt Cenac. Her comedy is best characterized as observations about everything from race, gender and politics, to sci-fi, fantasy, and tabletop roleplaying games. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf
Brian Grazer is a legend in the entertainment space and the powerhouse behind notable film and TV projects such as "8 Mile," "A Beautiful Mind," "Apollo 13," "Friday Night Lights," and "Swagger." Grazer, alongside his producing partner of 40 years Ron Howard, has won 47 Emmy Awards, 10 Golden Globes and 10 Academy Awards. In this episode, Grazer sits with Rich and Gianni to discuss everything from breaking into the entertainment business, coming up with the name "Imagine" for his production company, to putting Tom Hanks in his first starring role and who he'd still love to work with in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kirk takes a look back at the many musical memories of Strong Songs Year Three.Year Three is over, and it's time to revisit the songs analyzed, the questions answered, and the interviewees interviewed. SCHEDULING NOTE: The show will be off for December, and will return for Year Four in January 2022. 2022! Feels weird to type that out.SONGS DISCUSSED:"Space Oddity" by David Bowie from David Bowie, 1969"Starman" by David Bowie from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, 1972"HIde and Seek" by Imogen Heap from Speak For Yourself, 2005"Babylon Sisters" by Steely Dan from Gaucho, 1980"Wuthering Heights" by Kate Bush from The Kick Inside, 1978"Cameo Lover" by Kimbra from Vows, 2011"Design (feat. Kimbra)" by Cory Wong from The Striped Album, 2020"Stolen Moments" by Oliver Nelson from The Blues and the Abstract Truth, 1961"New Born" and "Micro Cuts" by Muse from Origin of Symmetry, 2001"Micro Cuts" by Muse from Origin of Symmetry: XX Anniversary RemiXX, 2021"You've Got a Friend" by Carole King from Tapestry, 1971, and performed by Donnie Hathaway by Donnie Hathaway Live!, 1972"Respect" by Otis Redding as performed by Redding and Aretha Franklin"Mad World" by Roland Orzabal as performed by Michael Andrews and Gary JulesCurt Smith's quarantine performance of "Mad World""Scenes from an Italian Restaurant" by Billy Joel from The Stranger, 1977"Fingertips" by They Might Be Giants from Apollo 18, 1992"Careless Whisper" by George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley from Make It Big, 1984"September" by Maurice White, Al McKay, and Allee Willis from The Best of Earth Wind and Fire, Vol. 1, 1978Love Will Never Do (Without You) by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, performed by Janet Jackson on Rhythm Nation 1814, 1989"Slippery People" and "Once In a Lifetime" by Talking Heads from Stop Making Sense, 1984INTERVIEWS: Carmen Staaf, Lindsay Ellis, Imogen Heap, Brian Bender, and Eric VetroOUTRO SOLOISTS: Carlos Eiene, Jeff Bean, and Eric ElligersSTRONG MERCHCheck out the Strong Songs merch store for some cool t-shirts, mugs, totes, and more: store.strongsongspodcast.comJOIN THE STRONG SONGS DISCORDThe Strong Songs Discord server is now open to everyone! Come join the conversation and get (or give) some music recs: https://discord.gg/GCvKqAM8SmKEEP IT SOCIALFollow Strong Songs on Twitter: @StrongSongsAnd find Kirk on Twitter @Kirkhamilton and on Instagram at @Kirk_HamiltonNEWSLETTER/MAILING LISTSign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribeSTRONG PLAYLISTSKirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify and Apple Music, and YouTube Music.SUPPORT STRONG SONGS!Thank you so much to all of Strong Songs' year-three Patreon supporters! You made another year of this show possible. For more on how to support Strong Songs going into year four (!!), go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongsYou can also make a one-time Paypal donation here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/kirkhamiltonmusicNOVEMBER 2021 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONSElliot RosenAshley HoagMark and MichelleKelsairRob BosworthKyle CookeDonald MackieMelissa OsborneChristopher MillerTim ByrneJamie WhiteChristopher KupskiChristopher McConnellDavid MascettiJoshua JarvisNikoJoe LaskaLaurie AcremanKen HirshJezJenness GardnerSimon CammellGuinevere BoostromNarelle HornNathaniel BauernfeindBill RosingerAnne BrittErinAidan CoughlanJeanneret Manning Family FourDoug PatonRobert PaulViki DunDave SharpeSami SamhuriAccessViolationRyan TorvikMerlin MannGlennJim ChokeyAndre BremerMark SchechterDave FloreyNOVEMBER 2021 HALF-NOTE PATRONSJanice BerryDoreen CarlsonmtwolfDavid McDarbyAbigail DuffieldRaphadavidWendy GilchristLisa TurnerPaul WayperMiles FormanDennis M EdwardsJeffrey FerrisBruno GaetaKenneth Jungbenkurt wendelkenAdam StofskyZak RemerRishi SahayStefan NiebrüggeJason ReitmanKaren LiuGreg BurgessAilie FraserSimon PrietoBreck JonesPaul McGrealKaren ArnoldNATALIE MISTILISJosh SingerPhino DeLeonSchloss Edward J. MDRhyanon MurrayAmy Lynn ThornsenAdam WKelli BrockingtonStephen RawlingsBen MachtaVictoria YuKevin RiversGray DyerBrad ClarkChristopherMichael J. CunninghamKari KirkMark Boggsmino caposselaSteve PaquinMary SchoenmakerSarahDavid JoskeEmma SklarBernard KhooMarcDavid BlackmanRobert HeuerMatthew GoldenBrian MeldrumDavid NoahGeraldine ButlerRichard CambierMadeleine MaderTimothy DoughertyJason PrattStewart OakCaroline MillerAbbie BergSam NortonNicole SchleicherDoug BelewDermot CrowleyAchint SrivastavaRyan RairighMichael BermanBridget LyonsOlivia BishopJohn GisselquistElaine MartinKourothSharon TreeBelinda Mcgrath-steerLiz SegerEoin de BurcaKevin PotterM Shane BordersPete SimmSusan PleinJana JJason GerryNathan GouwensWill Dwyer Alethea LeeLauren ReayEric PrestemonCookies250Damian BradyAngela LivingstoneJeffyThanadrosDavid FriedmanPhillip DaltonSarah SulanDiane HughesKenneth TiongJo SutherlandMichael CasnerMichael YorkBarb CourtneyDerek BenderJen SmallLowell MeyerEtele IllesStephen TsoneffLorenz SchwarzBecca SampleWenJack SjogrenBenedict PenningtonGeoff GoldenRobyn FraserPascal RuegerRandy SouzaJCBrendan JubbClare HolbertonDiane TurnerTom ColemanMark PerryDhu WikMelEric HelmJake RobertsBriony LeoBill FullerJonathan DanielsMichael FlahertyJarrod SchindlerZoe LittleCaro Fieldmichael bochnerDuncanNaomi WatsonDavid CushmanAlexanderChris KGavin DoigSam FennTanner MortonAJ SchusterJennifer BushDavid StroudAmanda FurlottiAndrew BakerJuan Carlos Montemayor ElosuaMatt GaskellJules BaileyEero WahlstedtBill ThorntonBrian AmoebasBrett DouvilleJeffrey OlsonMatt BetzelMuellerNate from KalamazooMelanie StiversRichard TollerAlexander PolsonEarl LozadaJon O'KeefeJustin McElroyArjun SharmaJames JohnsonAndrew LeeKevin MorrellKevin PennyfeatherNicholas SchechterEmily Williams
David Weiss and Jeran from the Jarenism YouTube channel join me to expose NASA's dubious claims, the Apollo hoax and to explore all realms of woo in this far reaching, sure to be controversial conversation. Watch this episode here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/zIjSSc0qg68A/
After five years of observations, researchers have found that the quasi-satellite Kamo'oalewa, which currently orbits the Earth, is similar to a lunar sample collected during the Apollo 14 mission. Plus, Russia blows up a satellite, TESS finds a circumbinary planet, and we interview Dr. Gail Christeson of the University of Texas, Austin, about mapping Chicxulub crater.
The history of exploration and establishment of new lands, science and technologies has always entailed risk to the health and lives of the explorers. Yet, when it comes to exploring and developing the high frontier of space, the harshest frontier ever, the highest value is apparently not the accomplishment of those goals, but of minimizing, if not eliminating, the possibility of injury or death of the humans carrying them out.To talk about the need for accepting risk in the name of discovery – whether during Magellan's voyage in which 90 percent of the crew died or in the colonization of Mars – is aerospace engineer and science writer Rand Simberg, author of Safe Is Not An Option: Overcoming The Futile Obsession With Getting Everyone Back Alive That Is Killing Our Expansion Into Space.For decades since the end of Apollo, human spaceflight has been very expensive and relatively rare (about 500 people total, with a death rate of about 4%), largely because of this risk aversion on the part of the federal government and culture. From the Space Shuttle, to the International Space Station, the new commercial crew program to deliver astronauts to it, and the regulatory approach for commercial spaceflight providers, our attitude toward safety has been fundamentally irrational, expensive and even dangerous, while generating minimal accomplishment for maximal cost.Rand explains why this means that we must regulate passenger safety in the new commercial spaceflight industry with a lighter hand than many might instinctively prefer, that NASA must more carefully evaluate rewards from a planned mission to rationally determine how much should be spent to avoid the loss of participants, and that Congress must stop insisting that safety is the highest priority, for such insistence is an eloquent testament to how unimportant they and the nation consider the opening of this new frontier.Can you talk about the dangers of voyages in the Age of Discover, namely Magellan? Marco Polo walking through mountain passes and suffering cold, diseases, and the threat of starvation. Ibn Battuta getting shipwrecked numerous times. Attacked by pirates.Captain Cook was elected a member of theroyal society in 1775, for his geographic discoveries, but also determining a prevention for scurvey.[leeding gums which turn blue-ish purple and feel spongybulging eye ballscorkscrew hair (only in non-infantile scurvy), particularly noticeable on your arms and legsloosened teeth which will eventually fall out in the advanced stages of scurvyfeverswollen legs, particularly swelling over the long bones of your body1.Are there any particular stories of exploration from history that resonate with you and serve as a model of balancing safety with risk-taking? If so, why?2.Walk us through the dangers of the early Space Age. There are notable tragedies, such as Apollo 1, and many failures of the Soviet Space Program, but overall, what was the risk level in the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs?3.Take us to the present day. What is the ISS's approach to safety?4.In what ways is American society far less risk-tolerant, and what do you think brought about this change from the 1960s?5.Future space flights that are privately funded will be given far wider berth on risk than a manned NASA flight. Walk us through your “actuarial table” of balancing risk identification, mitigation, and overall cost.6.Overall, how do you think we should understand safety when it comes to human exploration of space?