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Alle waren schon mal in der Schule außer Croissant. Weil Croissant eine äußerst neugierige Möwe ist, will er da unbedingt auch mal hin. Heute ist es endlich soweit: Joris darf seinen besonderen Freund in der Klasse vorstellen. Wäre da nur nicht das Aquarium ... (Erzählt von Burchard Dabinnus)
Everyone loves the aquarium: brightly-colored tropical fish, massive sharks, cute otters, and even beluga whales (if you're lucky enough to be in Shanghai, at least). ChinesePod is following a lucky child and their parents to the aquarium today. Learn all the vocabulary for your favorite marine life in today's intermediate lesson. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1873
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about a recent teaching moment when it came to mixing saltwater for your reef tank. I also answer a question on coral beauties in the question [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 204: Mixing Saltwater For Your Reef Tank appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
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In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about what to do and what not to do when you quarantine saltwater fish for your reef tank. I also answer a question on clown goodies [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 203: Things to do When Adding New Saltwater Fish appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Streamed live on Youtube 10.30.2022 At Aquarium Co-Op, we focus on your aquariums. We specialize in freshwater tropical fish, aquatic plants, and the overall betterment of the freshwater fish keeping hobby. Our goal is to help you with your first pet fish and graduate you to an advanced aquarium hobbyist. If you'd like to take it to the next level, subscribe to Aquarium Co-Op and check out our weekly videos. Cory McElroy is employed by Aquarium Co-Op LLC. He also owns Aquarium Co-Op LLC. Therefore, all content is sponsored by Aquarium Co-Op.
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This episode of the DrTim's Aquarium podcast, we talk about planted tanks. Timestamp: 00:00 Start 1:38 What is a planted tank 4:11 Cycling a planted tank 6:32 Order of placing things in the tank 9:11 C02 and pH 12:50 Setup steps recap 18:53 Small fish and cycling a planted tank 22:48 Trimming a planted tank 23:15 Time it takes to establish a planted tank 23:32 Linden Method 27:20 Cichlids and planted tanks 29:40 Pest control 30:34 Alum Dip = 1 tablespoon alum per 1 gallon of water 31:24 Shrimp and planted tanks 34:43 Waste-Away for planted tanks 37:00 Troubleshooting for planted tanks 40:08 Laterite 42:25 Enjoying your tank
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about the loss of Jake Adams. Be sure to check out check out the products discussed in today's episode below. If there isn't any links visit [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 202: The Loss of Jake Adams appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Jimmy and Ray talk politics including 2024 and who will be in play? Desantis? Trump? 100-year-old Bob Cole of Fresno is one of the last remaining survivors of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet (CV-8), which was sunk in the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands on October 26, 1942. Bob was wounded in the attack, & has been without vision in one eye ever since. That eye was hanging on by the optic nerve, and Bob had to hold it in place with a towel while abandoning ship 80 years ago today. He was rescued from the water, & continued to serve our country. He went on to become a teacher, coach, & even one-eyed basketball referee. One of his former students in Riverdale was former Fresno mayor Alan Autry. Bob remains an avid Fresno State fan and has visited Washington, D.C. with Central Valley Honor Flight. Tom stops by to clarify some misinformation and update the audience on the Fresno Public Aquarium project.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With one week until Halloween, we're taking the time to talk Haunts -- from the small Zombezi Bay at Columbus Zoo & Aquarium, to SCarowinds at Carowinds, to the Grandaddy of them all, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. This week on the show, join Andrew, Nick and Shane as they recap their #SpookySZN exploits in Ohio, Florida, and the Carolinas! Read the reviews here! Shane on HHN31Andrew on SCarowindsNick on Zombiezi BayNick's Review of Kings Island (also mentioned!)You can connect with the show by hitting us up on social media @Coaster101: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram. We also have a website, if you're into that sort of thing: www.coaster101.comAlso, be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode! And please give us a rating and review wherever you listen, it helps new listeners find us!Find the latest and greatest Coaster101 and theme park-inspired merch at c101.co/teepublic!Thanks to JM Music Design for providing our theme song. For more on them, check out jmmusicdesign.com.
Phish Roses Are Free 5:18 Live 04-03-1998 Nassau Coliseum Phish Nassau Jam 21:55 Live 04-03-1998 Nassau Coliseum Phish AC/DC Bag 25:36:00 1997-12-30 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY Phish Buried Alive 12:39 1998-07-29 Phish Chalk Dust Torture 14:11 1999-07-10 Camden, NJ Phish Tweezer 36:08:00 2013-07-31 Stateline, NV
Streamed Live on YouTube At Aquarium Co-Op, we focus on your aquariums. We specialize in freshwater tropical fish, aquatic plants, and the overall betterment of the freshwater fish keeping hobby. Our goal is to help you with your first pet fish and graduate you to an advanced aquarium hobbyist. If you'd like to take it to the next level, subscribe to Aquarium Co-Op and check out our weekly videos. Cory McElroy is employed by Aquarium Co-Op LLC. He also owns Aquarium Co-Op LLC. Therefore, all content is sponsored by Aquarium Co-Op.
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I answer the question if reef tanks are hard to maintain. Then give an answer on what I do for daily, weekly and monthly reef tank maintenance. Be [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 201: Are Reef Tanks Hard to Maintain? appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
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Welcome to Aquarium Dilemmas. This week's episode is all about helpful must-haves in the fish room. I wish someone had shared some of these tips with me earlier, and I am happy to share them with you now. Caring for aquariums is not tricky; however, a few inexpensive tools will help you with caring for fish and aquariums. Join us in the conversation about must-have aquarium tools that will help you save time and money. Thanks for Listening. Enjoy!ScienceGal Aquatics- Kerri and Jesse Tuesday Tea with Sweet DJoin Business Growth Coach, Marketing Expert and #1 International Bestselling Author,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyAlways invited to check out Sciencegalaquatics.com
200 episodes!!! In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about how to add tangs to a saltwater aquarium for the best chance for success. Then give an answer on how to start a [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 200: Wu Tang Gang And Reef Tanks appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Cristina has volunteered at (and eventually worked for) the Aquarium of the Pacific since high school. Follow along as she describes her journey and some memorable experiences she's had along the way! Resources Aquarium of the Pacific Misconceptions about recycling Podcast Social Media Instagram: https://instagram.com/ponderingpolymath Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Pondering-Polymath-Podcast-106433001962061/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about how the 55 gallon standard aquarium my not be the best fit for a reef tank. Then give an answer on the cost of salt [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 199: The Impervious 55-gallon Reef Tank appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
This Day in Maine October 5, 2022
"In part two this ASCO Education Oncology, Etc. podcast, healthcare policy expert, pulmonary physician, epidemiologist, and writer Dr. Peter Bach shares what it was like to face his wife Ruth's cancer and eventual passing − as a husband and as a doctor. The episode also explores delivering difficult news to patients. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resources: Cancer Topics - Delivering Serious News" The Day I Started Lying to Ruth by Peter Bach, MD After a Cancer Diagnosis, Wishing for a Magic Number - The New York Times TRANSCRIPT Pat Loehrer: Hi, I'm Pat Loehrer, Director of Global Oncology and Health Equity at Indiana University. I'm here with Dave Johnson, a Medical Oncologist at The University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. This is the second half of our Oncology, Etc. conversation with health policy and payment expert, pulmonary physician, epidemiologist, and writer, Peter Bach. In part one, we chatted with Dr. Bach about his upbringing, the trajectory of his career from English Literature to Medicine, and from academia to industry. We also explored his seminal work on drug pricing and improving health equity. Today, we're going to continue our conversation with Dr. Bach by asking about something deeply personal: his wife, Ruth, who sadly passed away from cancer at the age of 46. Probably about seven or eight years ago, you wrote a wonderful article in The New York Times, and there was another article you wrote, but the one that I liked reading was called, “The Day I Started Lying to Ruth”, and this is where cancer stabbed you very personally. Can you tell us a little bit about that, and tell us a little bit about your wife, Ruth? Peter Bach: So, it was in New York Magazine, just to give credit where it's due, I'm very grateful to them for running it. I wrote that after she died, and it followed on a series I had in The New York Times called, The Doctor's Wife, which I wrote while she was getting her initial treatment for breast cancer, and then I walked through the steps of adjuvant therapy that she received, in my experience. And then the piece in The New York Magazine talks about her last months basically, and my experiences then. The story goes that she was tragically taken from us and tragically taken from my son when he was very young, and my experience being at her side-- and I think I was a good husband, I was present -- was an alarmingly dissociative experience along every dimension. You know, I'd go to her appointment, I would swipe in with my badge. You know, this was my place, and the doctor who took care of her is and was a dear friend, and so were the other doctors in most cases. And the visits, you know, I had nurses and people in the hall would say "Hi" to me. And then I was going through this absolutely devastating experience, you know, tearing apart the sort of prevailing narrative and experience and structure of my life and our family. And so, for whatever reason, it was this out-of-body experience where I could see stuff very, very clearly. Not only clinical realities, like I knew what was happening, but also the mechanics of healthcare, the interactions, and I felt like I should journal it, if you will. And then when I journaled it, I thought I should publish it, and so I wrote about what it was like to stand there when my friend, Chip Cody, the surgeon said, "This is cancer, I can feel axillary lymph nodes, you've got cancer." And what that morning was like between the-- look, most people have a lump, what's the big deal? We'll go, we'll deal with it. She's young. She had just had a mammogram actually, to that. And then the experience of, you know, and I was in Biostat at MSK. So, I'd sat for a gazillion protocol reviews, I'd read a gazillion informed consent forms, and then there was one in front of her for a randomized trial for adjuvant therapy. I mean, it was Avastin versus placebo versus a longer period of Avastin, if I remember correctly, and ultimately a negative trial I saw at ASCO. But sitting there and actually thinking about like, "What is this like for somebody who doesn't know all of this stuff?" And my wife was way smarter than me, that you guys know me, that is the least surprising fact ever. But it was still dizzying for her. And so, I wrote about that, like, hawt was our conversation like that night after that whole, like, “Do you want to join this trial?" And her peppering me with questions, like, essentially, “What the hell is wrong with you guys? Why don't you know these answers?" And it was sort of like, "Okay, this is why we do randomized trials, this is why we have placebo. This is–” And she's smart, not irate. She was much more relaxed and philosophical through the whole thing up until the day she died, or a few days before, than I ever was. So, I wrote about that. Like, what was that conversation like? What was she being asked to do, and how important was it that she did it? And I remember sitting in the room when that trial was presented, and The Kaplan-Meier overall survival curves, and I was pretty sure I saw the step in that curve. I'm pretty sure I saw her on that graph. And it made me-- obviously, I'm desperately sad that she's gone - but it made me proud that she had contributed to it, even though, you know negative studies are important, too. So, I wrote about those things, and I wrote about prognosis and what it was like to have a conversation when she asked about prognosis, and in an article called ‘Waiting for a Magic Number', where I described her oncologist saying, "Fine, I'll tell you what are your chances of living five years, you tell me what's the cut point. Essentially, above or below, what number are you going to change things in your life? When you tell me that number, I'll tell you whether you're above it or below it." And it was like, "Wow, philosophy from an oncologist, fantastic." Really sunk in with both of us, and that was it. We never asked that question again, he never gave us a number. And I've been greatly rewarded over the years to run into people from here and there who say, "You know, I always hand my patients that article to put that in perspective." And then when she died, I wrote about the sheer horror of what was happening to me. And the title wasn't mine, but it was worked right on point. I found myself in a situation where I didn't want to reveal to her just how bad things were, and it was terribly weak of me. And ultimately, and I describe it in the article, got to a point where I just was ready for it to be over, before it was. And I think it's actually not that hard, to be honest, after you've gone through something like this like I don't really care what people think of me. I went through something really hard. And again, I'm someone with resources, I'm someone with knowledge, I could call her oncologist at two in the morning and he'd answer, that's not something normal people get. And you know, even for me, like this was completely disorienting. And so, that article was very rewarding to write because it allowed me to put it somewhere where I've gotten to revisit it. A couple of years ago, of course, he was young when I published it. He said he had read it; he liked the part about the dog. But I got a lot of notes afterwards from strangers saying that it provided them some comfort that even someone like me went through basically the same experience they went through. And look, this whole, like, "even something like me” seems odd, but I think to the external world, somehow, we're like, "You know, we get those white coats. Stuff is different for us," and of course, it isn't at all. Since that time, and we're all in the same world, so we have the same sets of friends. We probably have many of our overlapping friends who we know have lost spouses. In recent years, I routinely get phone calls from folks like, "I'm going through this, what's the first step?" You know, and it's about everything. "How do I deal with my kid? Should I go dating?" Stuff like that. Dave Johnson: You know, Peter, that article should be required reading for every Oncology fellow. I think it was beautifully written, clearly from the heart. I think your undergraduate degree shows in terms of your writing style, but to write that, I'm sure was emotionally challenging and difficult. In fact, Pat mentioned at the start of our podcast, Trillin's book, About Alice. In a book review that was written in The New York Times, About Alice, Trillin made a comment similar to the one you just made, where people that he didn't even know wrote letters in which they conveyed to him a sense of knowledge of Alice, even though he knew they had never met Alice. And I think your article about your wife conveyed that same sense to anyone who did not meet her. And I think you memorialized her in ways that are really fantastic. But I want to just read something from an article in The New York Times, and this is quoting Trillin. He says, "They may not have known her, but they knew how I felt about her." And he went on to say, "Yes, I got a lot of letters, like the one from a young woman in New York who wrote that she sometimes looked to her boyfriend and thought, "But will he love me like Calvin loves Alice?" I think the same could be written about your relationship with Ruth. And thank you for sharing that. I can't imagine how challenging that must be even all these years later, and I'm glad your son had the opportunity to read that. He should be proud of both his mother and his father. Pat Loehrer: It was a gift to all of us and mankind. You know, again, as I saw that article, there's a photo of you and Ruth on your last vacation. I think it was from Versailles, and I think you were in the Hall of Mirrors. And I think there's a poignant metaphor there about the reflection of your lives and being with her at that time, and we really thank you. We have all experienced this and it's so powerful there. There's this time when you get a result of a test of someone that you know and love and there's this limbo between, they're so naive and life is good, and it really is a time between heaven and hell in which you're the only one there, in which you know that you're going to go in the room now and change their lives forever by sharing this news. And we've been there and we pause, and again, you talked about that - I think being in a car looking at the x-ray. And that's the essence of when you said, the day you started lying to them, which is understandable because you just don't want to shatter that moment there. You know, we pause and reflect on that enormity of the moment there and I thank you deeply for sharing that with us because it's something that we physicians find, and this uniqueness of being a physician, and having someone you care about and knowing something that they don't quite know yet. Thank you for all of that. Peter Bach: The important message is that to patients, it's very isolating. And part of what I think the article did, and this was the message I got at least, was, send a message to other people that you're not alone. That others are going through it, others have gone through it, and I don't know what "it" is in that context, but loss. And there's that wonderful article in The New Yorker called ‘The Aquarium', which is by man who had a sick child-- and I don't remember all the details, but the aquarium metaphor is, I can't remember if he's in the aquarium and the rest of the world's outside or the other way around, but it's that isolation that is particularly frightening. And when I talk with my friends who've gone through it, it's part of it. As I just said, you know, there's a lot of us out there. I don't know if it gives so much reassurance. You know, 40,000 women die a year of breast cancer, so there's a lot of people out there. Dave Johnson: Pat, you had, I think, a final question? Pat Loehrer: Briefly. You know, now I'm asking to be an academic person there, but if you had a young medical student and you were going to try to give them one lesson about communicating bad news to patients, what would that be? Peter Bach: I've obviously been in this situation many times. I'm a Pulmonary Critical Care doc, so I've watched bad news be delivered many, many times. And the first mistake I see people make is trying to fill the silence with words, and I think I made earlier reference to it. One of the key skills doctors need to develop is the ability to listen. And sometimes listening to silence is a version of listening, but it's delivering what you have to say without euphemism, with directness. Not everyone's enamored with it, I am. But then giving time to listen, even just space for people to feel safe, that that communication is part of a relationship, not a sort of text message. You know, in today's metaphor, right, that just arrives and the person moves on. That is really hard for people to do; not experienced doctors, for trainees because it's frightening for a lot of reasons. Over my career, I've certainly rehearsed it many times with people. I made the mistake myself too, of just sort of talking over the thing in the room to avoid, you know, just sort of as you said, the enormity of what you just communicated. Dave Johnson: So, Peter, I think you're right on. I think that's one of the most difficult things to do, is to allow that pause to take place. And so many, even highly experienced physicians attempt to fill that void when it doesn't need to be filled. Been there, done that, been on the receiving end as well as the delivery end of that. It's always challenging. You know, we're out of time, and I'm sad about that because we could go on, I'm sure for quite a long time. Want to end this by asking you, Peter, we talked about a book on the front end, both Pat and I love to read, and we share recommendations all the time. I wonder, is there a book or a podcast, or anything that you think we should read or you think our listeners should know about? And by the way, you can include anything that you wrote if you'd like. Peter Bach: Yeah, it'd be very au courant to pitch my own stuff here, I would never do that. I like to read as well. And so, I just finished Rules of Civility by Amor Towles. Of course, there's a few health events in it, but it's not to do with anything, but, you know, it's a book about New York. I live in New York, so I just enjoyed every single word of it. I'm newly married- Dave Johnson: Congratulations. Peter Bach: -thank you. I feel very lucky. And my wife has noted that I often like to read nonfiction at night. Typically, books about how the world is just going completely to hell. And she's noted that outrage is my happy place, that I sleep extremely well if I read something that's absolutely infuriating. So, the other thing I'll recommend is the book about the Department of Justice has essentially lost its mojo when dealing with corporate crime. If your best soporific is being absolutely furious, it's right up there with a full dose of Ambien. So anyway, those are my two recs. Pat Loehrer: I love it. Yeah, Dave and I both love non-fiction. We love that. So, it's great. Dave Johnson: We've come to an end of another podcast, and we want to thank our listeners for tuning in. We really appreciate your participation. Remember, Oncology, Etc. is an ASCO Educational podcast, where we'll talk about virtually anything and everything. So, if you have an idea for a topic or a guest you'd like for us to interview, please email us at: email@example.com. Thanks again. You know, speaking of interesting nonfiction, Pat, if ‘pro' and ‘con' are opposite, what's the opposite of progress? Pat Loehrer: Oh, I love that - Congress. Dave Johnson: Yes, Congress. I knew you would get that. Peter Bach: That is a ‘Dad joke' if I ever heard one. Dave Johnson: We don't have good jokes on this show. Pat Loehrer: We're going to have to redo the ending to this because, Dave, you said this was an ASCO Education Podcast. I'm not sure we've taught anybody anything on this one. Dave Johnson: Now, Peter has taught us a lot. Pat Loehrer: That's for sure. Thank you so much, Peter, for a wonderful interview. Dave Johnson: Absolutely perfect. Wonderful. Peter Bach: Thanks for the privilege. It's wonderful seeing you both. Thank you for listening to the ASCO Education podcast. To stay up to date with the latest episodes, please click, "Subscribe." Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the Comprehensive Education Center at: education.asco.org. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy, should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.
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Less than 24 hours after the near category 5 strength hurricane Ian made landfall in southwestern Florida, Zoological Disaster Response, Rescue, and Recovery (ZDR3) executive director, Julia Wagner, was already booked on a flight to help the region's zoos and aquariums. Julia describes the consortium of over 100 zoological facilities nationwide who have signed on to lend assistance, staffing, expertise, and other resources whenever facilities request help following natural and made-made disasters or incidents. This mutual help is offered freely among zoos, aquariums, sanctuaries, and exotic animal businesses independent of various trade affiliations. Joining in the effort to help ensure the mental well-being of animal professionals whose work and home lives have been disrupted is GRAZE, Growing Resiliency for Aquarium and Zoo Employees. Animal Care Software KONG Zoo Zoo Logic
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about the being the number one reef tank podcast on the inter-webs. Then we take a look at keeping reefing easy. Then give an answer on [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 198: Keeping It Simple With Reef Tanks appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
This week, there's a lot of crying, Brianne has news about cooking, someone's panda love goes a step too far, an elephant flies, and disaster relief gets serious.Content warnings: public harassment/stranger danger situation, graphic description of wounds to legs, elephant abuse/culling/peril.Links:https://nextshark.com/melania-trump-meets-gu-gu-giant-panda-scales-great-wall-china/http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/5364058.stmhttps://www.smh.com.au/world/drunk-bites-off-more-than-he-can-chew-with-gu-gu-20060921-gdofr0.htmlhttps://www.nbcnews.com/id/wbna28554008https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gu_Guhttps://www.science.org/content/article/mass-killings-can-haunt-elephants-decadeshttps://www.stuff.co.nz/national/6895021/What-drove-Mila-the-elephant-to-killhttps://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/zoo/sd-me-zoo-elephant-20170315-story.htmlhttps://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2017/03/the-short-tragic-life-of-the-circus-elephant-which-killed-her-trainer.htmlhttps://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/panic-attack-elephant-crushes-zoo-owner-to-death-in-trunk-20120426-1xmi1.html
We're alive, but BARELY. The Charcuterie Boys had a helluva two weeks. The wedding heard round the world + their annual charity golf tournament. Grocery Outlet is opening a new location in Long Beach. Mystery gift cards to the first 100 customers in the store. The Aquarium of Long Beach releases endangered frogs into the wild. Which LBSUD school is your least favorite? 908 UPDATE: LBCC teacher who allegedly pushed a student is FIRED. 908 Athlete of the Week: Evan Engram of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Patreon.com/908SYS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Wtmmq3s8YhK3vjDkvVSWQ
Aquariums and marine parks. By PETA.org Original post: https://www.peta.org/issues/animals-in-entertainment/zoos-pseudo-sanctuaries/aquariums-marine-parks/ Blackfish Documentary: https://www.blackfishmovie.com/ Vancouver Aquarium Uncovered: https://vimeo.com/250066910 Seaspiracy: https://www.seaspiracy.org/ People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was founded in 1980, is the largest animal rights organization in the world, and PETA entities have more than 9 million members and supporters globally. PETA believes that animals have rights and deserve to have their best interests taken into consideration, regardless of whether they are useful to humans. Like you, they are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives. PETA opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview, and focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: in laboratories, in the food industry, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment business. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of rodents, birds, and other animals who are often considered “pests” as well as cruelty to domesticated animals. PETA works through public education, investigative newsgathering and reporting, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #peta #animalrights #animalliberation #aquarium #aquariums #marineland #seaworld #seaquarium #blackfish #vancouveraquarium #orcas #dolphins #tilikum #shamu #walruses #captivity #nationalaquarium #roadsidezoos #seaspiracy
Laurent Tareau, directeur général aquarium Sea Life Paris,, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce jeudi 22 septembre, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.
As the song Collide states, even the best fall down sometimes. That was the situation in 2020-2021 when one of the premier zoological institutions in the world, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, stumbled as a result of poor judgment by a few in leadership. Stepping into the fray was long time Texas State Aquarium CEO Tom Schmid to answer the call to restore stakeholder trust in the organization. Tom describes his efforts to rebuild the institution's reputation and plans for future growth and reinvestment. He speaks frankly about the organization's loss of accreditation by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, which some have deemed unfair, even as it earned accreditation through the Zoological Association of America and the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums. And no conversation about the zoo's past, present or future can be complete without mention of the contributions by the one and only Jungle Jack Hanna. Animal Care Software KONG Zoo Zoo Logic Podcast
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about some money saving tips when you are looking to buy coral. Then give an answer on adding an eel to a reef tank. Be sure [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 197: Money Saving Tips On Buying Corals appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Topic: JR East to raise fares by 10 yen to improve disabled accessibility East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) will become the first railway operator to hike passenger fares and use the funds to improve accessibility for the disabled. 東日本旅客鐵道公司（JR東日本）將成為第一家調漲客運票價，並將這筆資金用來改善供殘障人士使用的無障礙設施的鐵道業者。 The plan is to tack on 10 yen (8 cents) to a ticket for JR East's 16 major lines, including the Yamanote, Chuo and Keihin-Tohoku lines. The increase will go into effect from spring 2023. 該計畫是要將包括山手線、中央線與京濱東北線等16條JR東日本主要路線的票價調漲10日圓（8美分）。新的票價將自2023年春天起生效。 The transport ministry in December 2021 created a new system of adding fares to a ticket to pay for the installation of platform safety doors and elevators at train stations. （日本）國土交通省在2021年12月創設一項新制度，將調漲的票價金額用來支付在車站設置月台安全門與電梯的費用。 Ministry officials said JR East is the first railway company to announce a specific plan. 國土交通省官員說，JR東日本是第一個（因應該制度）宣布明確計畫的鐵道業者。 Next Article Topic: Tasty TV: Japanese professor creates flavorful screen 美味的電視：日本教授發明有滋味的螢幕 Japan's Meiji University professor Homei Miyashita has developed a prototype lickable TV screen that can imitate food flavors, another step towards creating a multi-sensory viewing experience. 日本明治大學教授宮下芳明發明出一款可舔式原型電視螢幕，具有模仿食物味道的功能，朝創造多感官收視體驗邁進另一步。 The device, called Taste the TV (TTTV), uses a carousel of 10 flavor canisters that spray in combination to create the taste of a particular food. The flavor sample then rolls on hygienic film over a flat TV screen for the viewer to try. 這個名為「品嚐電視」的裝置內部設置裝有10種口味的罐子，可噴出調製成特定食物的味道，再輸送到平面電視螢幕的衛生薄膜上，讓觀看者品嚐。 In the COVID-19 era, this kind of technology can enhance the way people connect and interact with the outside world, said Miyashita. 宮下說，在新冠肺炎流行時期，這樣的科技可改善人們與外界連結和互動的方式。 "The goal is to make it possible for people to have the experience of something like eating at a restaurant on the other side of the world, even while staying at home," he said. A commercial version would cost about 100,000 yen to make. 他說：「目標是讓人們即使待在家，也能擁有類似於在世界另一端上餐廳吃飯的體驗。」商業機製作成本約為10萬日圓（約2萬4300台幣）。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1510384 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1510139 Next Article Topic: Shinzo Abe - Japan's longest-serving prime minister Shinzo Abe smashed records as Japan's longest-serving prime minister, championing ambitious economic reform and forging key diplomatic relationships while weathering scandals. 安倍晉三打破了日本首相任期的最長紀錄，他支持雄心勃勃的經濟改革，並在經歷醜聞的同時建立了關鍵的外交關係。 Nearly two years after poor health forced him to leave office, the 67-year-old was shot during a campaign event in the western region of Nara on Friday last week. 在他因健康狀況不佳而被迫下台後兩年，六十七歲的他上週五在奈良西部地區一場競選活動中被槍殺。 Abe was a sprightly 52 when he first became prime minister in 2006, the youngest person to occupy the job in the postwar era. 安倍在二○○六年首次擔任首相時年僅五十二歲，是戰後日本最年輕的首相。 He was seen as a symbol of change and youth, but also brought the pedigree of a third-generation politician groomed from birth by an elite, conservative family. Abe's first term was turbulent, plagued by scandals and discord, and capped by an abrupt resignation. 他被視為變革與年輕的象徵，但他也是出身精英保守家庭的政治家族第三代。 安倍的第一個任期動盪不安，飽受醜聞與不和的紛擾，並以突然辭職告終。 - They called it ‘Abenomics' - He ran again, and Japan's revolving prime ministerial door brought him back to office in 2012. It ended a turbulent period in which prime ministers sometimes changed at a rate of one a year. With Japan still staggering from the effects of the 2011 tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster at Fukushima — and a brief opposition government lashed for flip-flopping and incompetence — Abe offered a seemingly safe pair of hands. 他再次參選，日本的首相旋轉門讓他在二○一二年再度擔任首相。 這終結了日本首相更替頻繁（有時只做了一年便下台）的動盪時期。 當時日本仍因二○一一年海嘯及之後福島核災的影響而步履蹣跚，以及短暫執政、被批評為政策出爾反爾及無能的反對黨政府——在此情況下，安倍看來是穩健的選擇。 And he had a plan: Abenomics. The scheme to revive Japan's economy — the world's third-biggest, but more than two decades into stagnation — involved vast government spending, massive monetary easing and cutting red tape. Abe also sought to boost the country's flagging birth rate by making workplaces more friendly to parents, particularly mothers. 而且他有個計畫：「安倍經濟學」。 重振日本——這世界第三大經濟體，但已陷入停滯二十多年——經濟的計畫，有賴大量政府支出、大規模貨幣寬鬆，以及削減繁文縟節。 He pushed through controversial consumption tax hikes to help finance nurseries and plug gaps in Japan's overstretched social security system. While there was some progress with reform, the economy's bigger structural problems remained. Deflation proved stubborn and the economy was in recession even before the coronavirus struck in 2020. Abe's star waned further during the pandemic, with his approach criticized as confused and slow, driving his approval ratings down to some of the lowest of his tenure. 安倍還試圖營造對父母，尤其是對母親更友善的工作環境，來提高日本不斷下降的出生率。 他推動調高消費稅這具爭議性的政策，以資助托兒所並補強日本負擔過重的社會福利系統。 雖然改革取得了一些進展，但更大的經濟結構性問題依然存在。 事實證明，通貨緊縮很頑強，甚至在二○二○年冠狀病毒來襲之前，經濟就已陷入衰退。 安倍的光環在疫情期間變得更加黯淡，他的做法被批評為混亂及緩慢，讓他的支持率降至任期內最低。 - Political storms - - 政治風暴 - On the international stage, Abe took a hard line on North Korea, but sought a peacemaker role between the US and Iran. He prioritized a close personal relationship with Donald Trump in a bid to protect Japan's key alliance from the then-US president's “America First” mantra, and tried to mend ties with Russia and China. 在國際舞台上，安倍對北韓採取強硬立場，但又想在美國和伊朗之間扮演和平推手的角色。 他優先考慮跟美國總統唐納‧川普建立密切的個人關係，以保護日本的關鍵同盟免受當時川普口號「美國優先」的影響，並試圖修補與俄國及中國的關係。 But the results were mixed: Trump remained eager to force Japan to pay more for US troops stationed in the country, a deal with Russia on disputed northern islands stayed elusive, and a plan to invite Xi Jinping for a state visit fell by the wayside. Abe also pursued a hard line with South Korea over unresolved wartime disputes and continued to float plans to revise Japan's pacifist constitution. 但結果好壞參半：川普仍急於迫使日本為駐紮在日本的美軍支付更多費用，日本與俄國對北部島嶼主權之糾紛仍難以達成協議，邀請習近平進行國事訪問的計畫也被擱置。 日本與南韓間懸而未決的戰時爭端，安倍也採強硬立場，並繼續提出修改日本和平憲法的計畫。 Throughout his tenure, he weathered political storms including cronyism allegations that dented approval ratings but did little to affect his power, in part thanks to the weakness of the opposition. Abe had been due to stay on until late 2021, giving him an opportunity to see out one final event in his historic tenure — the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games.But in a shock announcement, he stepped down in August 2020, with a recurrence of ulcerative colitis ending his second term, too. 在他整個任期內，他經受住了政治風暴，包括裙帶關係的指控，這些指控讓他的支持率降低，但對他的權力幾乎沒有影響，部分原因是反對派的軟弱。安倍原定留任至二○二一年底，讓他有機會在史上最長任期內看見最後一件大事——延期的二○二○年東京奧運。 然而，他令人震驚地宣布在二○二○年八月下台，潰瘍性結腸炎的復發也結束了他的第二個任期。Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2022/07/12/2003781569 Next Article Topic: Tokyo June heatwave worst since 1875 as power supply creaks under strain Japan baked under scorching temperatures for a fourth successive day on Tuesday, as the capital's heat broke nearly 150-year-old records for June and authorities warned power supply remained tight enough to raise the spectre of cuts. 日本週二連續第4天受炙熱高溫所苦，首善之地打破將近150年來的6月高溫紀錄，政府警告電力供應依然吃緊，增加斷電之虞。 Temperatures in Tokyo hit 35.1 C by 1 p.m local time on Tuesday. For a second day, authorities asked consumers in the Tokyo area to conserve electricity to avoid a looming power cut - but in moderation. 東京氣溫在週二下午1點達到攝氏35.1度。政府連續第二天要求東京地區用戶節約用電—但是適度地—以避免可能的斷電。 "Apparently there are some elderly people who have turned off their air conditioners because we are asking people to save energy, but please - it's this hot - don't hesitate about cooling off," trade and industry minister Koichi Hagiuda told a news conference. 經濟產業大臣萩生田光一在記者會上說，「顯然有一些老人因為我們要求民眾節約能源而關掉空調，但是，拜託，天氣這麼熱，請不要猶豫涼快一下」。 Next Article Topic: Penguins at a Japanese aquarium are being fed cheaper fish - and they aren't happy 日本水族館的企鵝被餵食較便宜的魚—牠們不開心 An aquarium employee waves a mackerel near a penguin － but there's no reaction. When she moves the fish closer to its beak, the penguin turns away haughtily. An otter sniffs the fish, then runs away. 一名水族館員工拿著鯖魚在一隻企鵝身邊揮舞，但是企鵝沒反應。當她把魚靠近企鵝嘴邊，這隻企鵝倨傲地別過頭。一隻水獺聞了聞這隻鯖魚，然後游走。 Before, the Hakone-en Aquarium offered penguins and otters "aji," or Japanese horse mackerel, which the animals readily ate. 箱根園水族館之前給企鵝和水獺吃日本竹筴魚，牠們很樂意吃。 The price of aji has increased by 20% to 30% since last year, the aquarium said. So to cut costs, in May the aquarium switched to a cheaper alternative － "saba," or mackerel. 水族館說，自去年以來，竹夾魚價格已經上漲20%到30%。因此，為了削減成本，館方五月改用較便宜的替代品：鯖魚。 It has not been well received. The aquarium says penguins and otters have their preferred type of fish and the aquarium tries its best to accommodate their needs. 但是此舉並不很受到歡迎。水族館說，企鵝和水獺都有牠們偏好的魚種，館方設法盡量滿足他們的需要。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1530996 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1532193 歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments Powered by Firstory Hosting
Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. In this story, our adventurer encounters a young man with a strange story. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about some coral fragging efforts I've been making at the shop. I ask the question, are Trade Shows On A Downward Spiral? Then give an answer [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 196: Are Trade Shows On A Downward Spiral? appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Streamed live on Youtube 09.11.2022 At Aquarium Co-Op, we focus on your aquariums. We specialize in freshwater tropical fish, aquatic plants, and the overall betterment of the freshwater fish keeping hobby. Our goal is to help you with your first pet fish and graduate you to an advanced aquarium hobbyist. If you'd like to take it to the next level, subscribe to Aquarium Co-Op and check out our weekly videos. Cory McElroy is employed by Aquarium Co-Op LLC. He also owns Aquarium Co-Op LLC. Therefore, all content is sponsored by Aquarium Co-Op.
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It's no secret that SeaWorld cares for thousands of species of marine animals. And what do all of these animals have in common? They live in or around water! just how much water do you think they manage? In this episode, Cindy will uncover the answer as she speaks with Chris Havel to learn about the fascinating way SeaWorld creates and maintains dynamic habitats that are perfect for each species. Hear all about exactly how much water SeaWorld uses and the steps they take to conserve this precious resource.
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about what to do when your coral is not looking so good or even dying. Then give an answer on stocking a 75 gallon reef tank. [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 195: “Is my coral dying?” What to do next. appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.
Today, the Safari heads to Scottsdale, AZ, to visit OdySea Aquarium! I got to do a dual interview with Senior Animal Care Specialist Kassie Harrold and Animal Care Specialist Kyle Snell! We talk about some amazing and unique exhibit design at OdySea, go through a discuss of the fun personalities and tragic stories that brought each individual sea turtle to the aquarium, and then discuss the sharks and rays that make OdySea home! It's a truly wonderful discussion! And, since we have two guests, you guessed it: you get TWO Rossifari Poop Stories (Poop Story)!!! EPISODE LINKS: @odysea.aquarium on social media www.odyseaaquarium.comROSSIFARI LINKS: rossifari.com patreon.com/rossifari @rossifari on Facebook, Insta, and Twitter @rossifaripod on TikTokAND NOW: SEARCH FOR ROSSIFARI ON YOUTUBE!
We're BACK! Helluva Summer, bud. Big Strong John officiated a wedding and we may or may not be club guys now (:45-20:42). We interview Bob Ettinger, the author of "Some Sports Stories", and we get into his life's journey so far and what led him to write his new book (20:45-45:12). School is back in session. Did you color coordinate your notebooks? The Charcuterie Boys are starting an OnlyFans. $3 movie tickets on Sundays at AMC Marina Pacifica. RIP Chick the penguin at the Aquarium of the Pacific. LBCC hired a firm to manage Jeff Bezos' wife's donation to the college. 908 Athlete of the Week: Long Beach Poly head football coach Stephen Barbee (45:14-1:10:50) Patreon.com/908SYS
Streamed live on Youtube 09.04.2022 At Aquarium Co-Op, we focus on your aquariums. We specialize in freshwater tropical fish, aquatic plants, and the overall betterment of the freshwater fish keeping hobby. Our goal is to help you with your first pet fish and graduate you to an advanced aquarium hobbyist. If you'd like to take it to the next level, subscribe to Aquarium Co-Op and check out our weekly videos. Cory McElroy is employed by Aquarium Co-Op LLC. He also owns Aquarium Co-Op LLC. Therefore, all content is sponsored by Aquarium Co-Op.
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk with Brian Conway a young author who wrote a book for Kids who are looking to get into Fish keeping. Then give an answer on keeping [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 194: Fishkeeping For Kids appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.