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Serious Angler
STEVE BARDIN (Fisheries Biologist) on Fish Behavior and Lake Management 101

Serious Angler

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 93:07


On today's episode (Episode 332) we welcome to the show fisheries biologist and owner of Texas Pro Lake Management, Steve Bardin! Steve is joining us to talk heavy fish behavior conversation, fish management and some conservation topics that us angler debate constantly like spraying grass, invasive species and much more. Steve's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/txprolake/ Thanks for watching! Comment, Like and SUBSCRIBE! ---------- DISCOUNT CODES: • Get $40 off your X2Power AGM/Lithium battery by using code "serious40" at https://x2powerbattery.com/! Your battery will be shipped to your local Batteries Plus. • Omnia Fishing: 15% off your first order, use code "SERIOUS" AND for 10% off after your first order use code "SERIOUS10" at (www.omniafishing.com) • Hobie Eyewear (20% Off): Use This Link: https://shrsl.com/2w5mb & use code “SERIOUS20” • Queen Tackle (20% Off): Use code “seriousangler20” at (https://www.queentackle.com/) ---------- Check out our other show partners! • We can't choose the weather so why worry about it? Wear Blackfish and never have any worries about weather getting the best of you. Check em out at https://blackfishgear.com/ • Do you have a bait you like that just isn't perfect? Become a tackle tinkerer with the help of our friends at Do-It Molds! Click this link to get set up: https://store.do-itmolds.com/ • Have any boating or kayak needs? Give Morgan Marine a call and they will get you set up! Click the link below: https://www.morganmarine.net/ ---------- Listen and follow the other shows on the Serious Angler Podcast Network: • Lure Lab YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9v-l3kxscyEo1VaR496YuA • Lure Lab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lurelabpodcast/ • Lure Lab Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lure-lab-fishing-tackle-podcast/id1647356424 • Lure Lab Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/492TVeCHB214CzMUg1NHwX?si=d598629bef024663 ---------- Follow Along On Serious Angler Social Media: • Instagram: www.instagram.com/seriousangler/ • Facebook: www.facebook.com/SeriousAngler • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SeriousAnglerBassFishing • Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@seriousangler • Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeriousAngler • Have a question? Email us at theseriousangler@gmail.com ---------- Follow Our Personal Social Media: • Adam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adam_deakin_/ • Andy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullfishingguideservice/ • Andy's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkuwh_ttyk2uI6CKFHKNtAA • Andy's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullFishingGuide • Bailey's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpM5fxOcUciqLsIB8dK7Ag • Bailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bailey_eigbrett/ • Bailey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BaileyEigbrettFishing ---------- Want to get on some BIG Lake Erie Smallmouth Bass? Get in touch with Andrew and book a trip! • Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Fullfishingguideservice • Andrew's Email: fullfishingguideservice@gmail.com ---------- #FishBiology #SeriousAnglerPodcast #FishManagement --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/serious-angler/support

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.25.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 63:30


Videos: Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons state unvaccinated are meantally ill (0:48) Pandemic Amnesty': Do you Forgive and Forget? (8:19) Experts try to calm the angry AI, w Elon Musk Part 2 –  (8:00) MEP Clare Daly – Speech from Nov 23 (1:12) How Long Would Society Last During a Total Grid Collapse? (14:56)   The ultimate stress buster: L-theanine Columbia University Medical Center,  November 16, 2022 Honestly, who would have thought that stress can cause heart damage equivalent to smoking five cigarettes? This is according to a study conducted by Columbia University Medical Center and published in the American Journal of Cardiology.  The study reveals how an amino acid known as L-theanine reduces both stress levels and heart rate.  As a way to increase stress levels, scientists asked 12 participants to solve a mentally stressful task in four double blind trials. L-theanine was given to participants in one of the four trials before dealing with the stressful task.  In the second group, study subjects took L-theanine midway through the work.  In the third and fourth variations, subjects were respectively given a placebo and nothing at all before attempting the task. In comparison to the placebo group, there was a reduced amount of immunoglobulin (a stress marker in saliva released by the immune system after exposure to viruses, bacteria, and other foreign entities) and a lower heart rate in participants who took L-theanine. The researchers explained that L-theanine works by suppressing the sympathetic nervous system responsible for the ‘fight or flight' response during emergency situations. This is achieved by blocking a chemical known as glutamate (L-glutamic acid) that carries electric signals transmitted from nerve cells to the rest of the body cells. The conclusion was that L-theanine plays a major role in terms of influencing psychology (mind) and physiology (body) function during stressful situation. Greater flavonoid intake associated with less arterial calcification Edith Cowen University (Australia), November 23 2022.  The December 2022 issue of Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology reported a study that uncovered a relationship between greater consumption of plant compounds known as flavonoids and decreased calcification in the abdominal aorta, which supplies blood to the abdominal organs and lower limbs.  Greater abdominal aortic calcification has been associated with an increased risk of stroke, heart attack and dementia.  The study included 881 participants in the Perth Longitudinal Study of Ageing Women. Dietary questionnaire responses were analyzed to determine total and individual flavonoid intake.  Women whose total flavonoid intake was among the top 25% of participants had a 36% lower risk of extensive abdominal aortic calcification than women whose intake was among the lowest 25%. Among women whose intake of individual flavonoids known as flavan-3-ols and flavonols was among the top 25%, respective risks were 39% and 38% lower.  Those who consumed 2–6 cups per day of black tea (the main source of total flavonoid intake in this study), had a 16%–42% lower risk of extensive abdominal aortic calcification than women who were not tea drinkers.  “In most populations, a small group of foods and beverages—uniquely high in flavonoids—contribute the bulk of total dietary flavonoid intake,” first author Ben Parmenter noted. “The main contributors are usually black or green tea, blueberries, strawberries, oranges, red wine, apples, raisins/grapes and dark chocolate.”  “Out of the women who don't drink black tea, higher total non-tea flavonoid intake also appears to protect against extensive calcification of the arteries,” he continued. “This implies flavonoids from sources other than black tea may be protective against abdominal aortic calcification when tea is not consumed.” “Abdominal aortic calcification is a major predictor of vascular disease events, and this study shows intake of flavonoids, that could protect against abdominal aortic calcification, are easily achievable in most people's diets,” he concluded. Researchers discover that vitamin C improves health for children of pregnant smokers Oregon Health & Science University, November 22, 2022 Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have found that vitamin C supplementation to pregnant women unable to quit smoking significantly improves airway function and respiratory health in their offspring at 5 years of age. While previous studies have shown that vitamin C improves airway function in infants, this is the first study to demonstrate that the improvement in airway function can be maintained through preschool age. The study published this week in JAMA Pediatrics. Despite anti-smoking efforts and a steady decrease of smoking among the adult population over the past decade, the addictive properties of tobacco products can make quitting smoking incredibly challenging for many individuals. Roughly 10% of American women continue to smoke in pregnancy, each year resulting in about 400,000 infants being exposed to smoke in-utero, or in the uterus. In-utero smoke exposure from maternal smoking during pregnancy can be dangerous for a developing baby and is linked to poor health outcomes, including impaired fetal lung development, decreased airway function and an increased risk for wheezing and asthma. Additionally, decreased airway growth early in life causes increased risk for serious lifelong conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which is now the third leading cause of death worldwide. For this study, participating women were enrolled in a double-blind, randomized controlled trial to receive either vitamin C (500 mg/day) or a placebo. Statistical analyses showed that the effect of vitamin C supplementation to pregnant smokers prior to 23 weeks of gestation consistently resulted in significantly better airway function in their offspring at 5 years old. While the findings may improve the health of the many children who face in-utero smoke exposure, these findings may have even broader implications: The results may potentially lead to better understanding of—and treatments for—the health impacts of other smoke exposures, including indoor and outdoor air pollution, vaping and wildfires. Decades of air pollution undermine the immune system, lymph nodes study finds Columbia University Irving Medical Center, November 23, 2022 The diminished power of the immune system in older adults is usually blamed on the aging process. But a new study by Columbia immunologists shows that decades of particulate air pollution also take a toll. The study found that inhaled particles from environmental pollutants accumulate over decades inside immune cells in lymph nodes associated with the lung, eventually weakening the cells' ability to fight respiratory infections. The findings—published Nov. 21 in Nature Medicine—offer a new reason why individuals become more susceptible to respiratory diseases with age. The Columbia researchers weren't initially looking at air pollution's influence on the immune system. More than ten years ago, they began to collect tissues from deceased organ donors to study immune cells in multiple mucosal and lymphoid tissues. Such cells have been largely inaccessible to researchers studying the immune system where sampling is limited to peripheral blood. “When we looked at people's lymph nodes, we were struck by how many of the nodes in the lung appeared black in color, while those in the GI tract and other areas of the body were the typical beige color,” says Donna Farber, Ph.D., the George H. Humphreys II Professor of Surgical Sciences at Columbia University , who led the study. And as the researchers collected more tissue from younger donors, they also noticed an age difference in the appearance of the lung's lymph nodes: Those from children and teenagers were largely beige while those from donors over age 30 looked were tinged with black and got darker with increasing age. “When we imaged the lung's blackened lymph nodes and found they were clogged with particles from airborne pollutants, we started to think about their impact on the lung's ability to fight infection as people age,” Farber says. In the new study, she and her colleagues examined tissues from 84 deceased human organ donors ranging in age from 11 to 93, all nonsmokers. They found that the pollutant particles in the lung's lymph nodes were located inside macrophages, immune cells that engulf and destroy bacteria, viruses, cellular debris, and other potentially dangerous substances. The macrophages containing particulates were significantly impaired: they were much less capable of ingesting other particles and producing cytokines—chemical “help” signals—that activate other parts of the immune system. Macrophages in those same lymph nodes that did not contain particulates were unimpaired. “We do not know yet the full impact pollution has on the immune system in the lung,” Farber adds, “but pollution undoubtedly plays a role in creating more dangerous respiratory infections in elderly individuals and is another reason to continue the work in improving air quality.” Biologist explains how cannabinoids cause tumor cells to commit suicide Compultense University (Spain): November 17, 2018 A molecular biologist from Compultense University in Madrid, Christina Sanchez, has been studying the molecular activity of cannabinoids for over a decade. Through her studies, she and colleagues found that tetrahydrocannabinol , (THC) which is the main psychoactive part of cannabis, kills tumerous cells while allowing healthy cells to be. It was an unexpected discovery when Sanchez and crew were studying brain cancer cells to grasp a better understanding of how they function. They observed that when cells were exposed to THC, the tumeral cells stopped growing then destroyed themselves. This occurred both in lab tests and animal trials. Sanchez first reported her miraculous findings back in 1998. According to Sanchez ,”After the discovery of this compound that is called THC, it was pretty obvious that this compound had to be acting on the cells, on our organism, through a molecular mechanism.” Research finds that the human body is designed to use cannabis compounds. In the eighties, research first showed the human body contains two targets for THC. One is the endocannabinoid system which processes THC through an endogenous framework. Then the various cannabinoid receptors throughout the body that use them. In conjunction, the body benefits from cannabinoids via these two natural systems. Cannabis is the only place in nature where some certain cannabinoids are found. Sanchez continues, “The endocannabinoids, together with the receptors and the enzymes that synthesize, that produce, the endocannabinoids and that degrade the endocannabinoids, are what we call the endocannabinoid system. We now know that the endocannabinoid system regulates a lot of biological functions: appetite, food intake, motor behavior, reproduction, and many, many other functions. And that's why the plant has such a wide therapeutic potential.” Cannabis cannabinoids, when consumed, work with the body's natural endocannabinoid system and bind to the receptors in the same manner as endogenous cannabinoids. The effects cancer-wise as demonstrated in animal models of breast and brain cancers is that the cancerous cells self destruct. A big advantage of cannabinoids is their unique ability to specifically target tumor cells with no effect on normal cells. This gives cannabinoids the advantage over chemotherapy which targets way more then the actual target Spending Time in the Forest or the Field: Investigations on Stress Perception and Psychological Well-Being University of Freiburg (Germany), November 16, 2022 Research suggests that stays in a forest promote relaxation and reduce stress compared to spending time in a city. The aim of this study was to compare stays in a forest with another natural environment, a cultivated field. Healthy, highly sensitive persons  aged between 18 and 70 years spent one hour in the forest and in the field at intervals of one week. The primary outcome was measured using the Change in Subjective Self-Perception (CSP-14) questionnaire. Secondary outcomes were measured using the Profile Of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire and by analyzing salivary cortisol.  The medicinal use of forests is of increasing interest worldwide. Forest air is refreshing because trees clean the air of pollutants such as nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides, produce oxygen, and release volatile bioactive terpenes into the air . Research from Japan, South Korea], China, Taiwan, Australia, the United States, Italy, Norway, Iceland, Finland, and Austria suggests that spending time in the forest promotes relaxation, lowers stress hormones and blood pressure and strengthens the immune system. Most studies compared stays in the forest to stays in the city. Accordingly, forests potentially contribute to the prevention of stress-related diseases. Controlled studies have shown positive effects in high blood pressure, chronic heart failure, COPD and chronic neck pain. In addition, spending time in the forest seems to improve psychological well-being. Spending time in forests reduced adrenaline and noradrenaline in urine, cortisol in saliva and self-rated stress perception; it also induced relaxation in controlled trials. This indicates that forest stays can reduce stress. The available data also indicate that “forest bathing”, i.e., walking, standing or sitting in a forest with the purpose of relaxation, perceiving the environment and inhaling phytoncides stabilizes the autonomic nervous system by reducing the sympathetic and activating the parasympathetic tones. With regard to the immune system, which is linked to stress response and vegetative nerve system, an increase in the activity of natural killer cells and the expression of anti-cancer proteins such as perforin, granzyme A/B, granulysin could be demonstrated. In view of these findings, forests could make an important contribution to the prevention of stress-related diseases. As shown in previous studies, the stressful environment of a city was most often compared to a forest; it remains unclear whether forests have specific effects or are just acting as natural environments. Therefore, we wanted to compare two natural but polar-opposite environments. In cultivated fields, sensory impressions are different from the forest. In order to maximize profitability, fields are mostly structured into rectangular shapes and usually mainly one type of plant is found, while in a natural forest, different types of plants grow side by side. Accordingly, visual, auditory and olfactory impressions are less diverse in fields than in forestsThe play of light and shadow that characterizes the forest atmosphere is not found in fields. The plants are usually not tall enough to provide shade, whereas the height of the trees in the forest can provide a sense of shelter. Field paths are more often sealed than forest paths, which changes haptic perception when walking on them. Thus, there are significant differences in the types of sensory impressions between forests and fields.  Highly sensitive persons (HSP), due to their subtle perception, intensely perceive stimuli that others might not even consciously notice. These stimuli may consist of the behavior or moods of other people, the media, medications, pain, and hunger [32]. They perceive stimuli, positively or negatively, to a higher degree, which may, on the one hand, lead to a prolonged reaction time, and on the other hand to more intense feelings and emotional excitability. Our main outcome results show that, as soon as one hour after entering the forest, participants felt a sense of security, relaxation and inner connectedness. In summer, forest interventions had a better effect on vitality. Our study was the first to use the CSP-14 questionnaire, and the comparisons between field and forest interventions were also novel. Forest interventions significantly lowered perceptions of depression, anxiety, hostility, fatigue, confusion and total mood disturbance, and greatly increased vigor. This study shows that forests are not the only kind of natural environment that can promote psychological well-being. The characteristics and qualities of natural environments might influence people's mood and well-being differently. There might also be differences dependent on the preferences of the respective individuals. We regard it as meaningful to study these different effects of nature on the human soul and body in more detail. In addition, future studies examining the effects of different natural environments on human health should respect seasonal aspects and weather conditions.

Star Warsologies: A Podcast About Science and Star Wars
26: Molecular & Cellular Biology

Star Warsologies: A Podcast About Science and Star Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 46:00


In this latest episode of Star Warsologies, we talk about all molecular and cellular biology in Star Wars!   Let's look at the DNA of Star Wars! You might not expect Star Wars to connect to the world of molecular and cellular biology (the field of biology looking at things at the cellular level and smaller), but it does in a few key ways: the genetic manipulation and cellular development that goes into making clones like Boba Fett as well as midichlorians and their real-life inspiration, mitochondria. We examine the microscopic world of living cells in the galaxy far, far away with our guest expert Karim Si-Tayeb, PhD, in the field of genetic reprogramming and stem cells, and owner of Librairie Ludique Portails, a store specializing in sci-fi and fantasy books, comics, and games, in Nantes, France.   In Star Warsologies, hosts James Floyd and Melissa Miller combine their love of Star Wars with their keen interest in all things academic by asking experts about how their field is represented in a galaxy far, far away. It's a monthly podcast about science and Star Wars!     Dr. Karim Si-Tayeb in the molecular and cellular biology laboratory.       Inside Librairie Ludique Portails, the book and game store owned and managed by Karim Si-Tayeb in Nantes, France   Or listen on YouTube with relevant screen shots and photos!         Show Links   Karim Si-Tayeb's store: Libraire Ludique Portails Les Utopiales, international science-fiction convention in Nantes The Body on a Chip, a Utopiales 2018 panel on organoids, with Karim Si-Tayeb and Jim C. Hines (in French) Article about Karim Si-Tayeb's post-doctoral work at the Medical College of Wisconsin Online course video: Karim Si-Tayeb explaining stem cell differentiation into liver cells (in French) List of scientific articles by Karim Si-Tayeb on PubMed Karim Si-Tayeb on Twitter   Got follow up questions for us or a suggestion for an -ology or expert? Email us at starwarsologies@gmail.com Subscribe and never miss an episode of Star Warsologies on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter. Join our Facebook fan group!

Trail Cam Radio
#263 - Age Deer Like a Biologist With These Tips & Deer Biology Advice To Make Better Shots

Trail Cam Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 54:20


In this episode, we visit with wildlife artist Ryan Kirby! Ryan has been hunting whitetails his entire life and has built a career around his artwork. We discuss some of the inographical artwork he's created and what he's learned from top deer biologist. We also hear a story of a 200" whitetail he tagged somewhat unexpectedly off his family farm in 2020.  Connect with Ryan: Ryan Kirby Website IG- Ryan Kirby Connect:  https://linktr.ee/TheLandPodcast https://linktr.ee/exodustrailcamera https://bit.ly/TheDeerGearPodcast

Marine Conservation Happy Hour
MCHH 453: Marine biologists with disabilities

Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 17:28


On this episode Dr Smash and Dr Craken talk to Andre Brebion, a student studying coastal biology and GIS at the University of North Florida. After a tragic accident, Andre was made a quadraplegic. However, he has continued his career in marine biology and conservation. He tells the MCHH crew about some of the challenges that he has faced working in this field and how he has overcome them. If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram

Refugia
#31 Artful Wildness: Biologist Dave Koetje Reflects on Season 3

Refugia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 26:52


Dave Koetje returns as co-host to reflect on what we've learned about refugia church from our guests this season. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/refugia/message

Audio Branding
Tooth, Claw, and Clamor: How Animals Use the Power of Sound to Survive

Audio Branding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 6:28


Five years ago, the first stories broke about a mysterious syndrome affecting American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba. Each case began with the victim hearing inexplicable grating sounds that people around them couldn't detect, which then developed into headaches, hearing loss, vertigo, and even brain damage. New cases began to appear in embassies all around the world, with the most recent reports occurring just last year, and the phenomenon came to be known as Havana syndrome.To this day, we still don't know what might be causing it. Theories range from secret government weapons to the power of mass suggestion, from exposure to harmful pesticides to the sounds of noisy tropical crickets. One of the earliest speculations was that it might be a sonic weapon, since we know that sound can be directed to a single listener without anyone else noticing, and that sound can do just as much harm as it can good. The secret behind Havana syndrome, whether it's an acoustic attack or something else, is still waiting to be uncovered, but sound's potential as a weapon is nothing new. Animals have been shaping soundscapes to their advantage for millions of years and we've used sound as a wartime strategy for just about as long as we've had wartime strategies.This episode's the first of a three-part series where I'll be taking a look at how sonic tactics are used by everything from sperm whales to tiger moths, from Bronze Age battles to the now-famous “Ghost Army” of World War II, and just what the future of sonic warfare might hold.We're all familiar with the roar of a tiger, the howl of a wolf, or the hiss of a snake: animals use sound to not only communicate with each other but with their natural enemies, to warn them away and hopefully avoid a fight. But can animals use sound itself in a fight? The answer turns out to be yes, especially underwater where sound waves can be louder and more destructive than in the air. One such animal is the pistol or snapping shrimp, and I've talked about them before. Despite being barely an inch long, the pistol shrimp can create the loudest sound on Earth by snapping its claw to throw a literal bubble of sound at its prey, a bubble that's as hot as the Sun and louder than a blue whale.The title for the world's loudest animal arguably goes to the sperm whale, and it might also use sound as a weapon. Its clicks, which it uses for echolocation, are 230 decibels, so loud that they can be fatal to a diver who gets too close. Check out this link for a short video from author James Nestor about a diving team's awe-inspiring encounter with a pod of sperm whales, and how one diver found his left hand paralyzed for several hours after reaching too close to one of the clicking whales.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsDwFGz0OkgBeing around a sperm whale who's blasting away at full volume can be deadly for humans, but are their sounds also a weapon that they can aim and fire to stun giant squid? Biologists still aren't sure. For a long time, the answer seemed to be yes, but some more recent studies suggest that might not be the case: perhaps sperm whales are just loud because they're so big. Regardless, as one of the biggest and loudest animals to have ever lived, keeping our distance is probably a good idea.Another cetacean (seh-tay-shan) that definitely uses sound to attack its prey is the killer whale, which hunts just about everything it can eat, from sharks to seals to other whales. When it comes to feeding on large schools of fish, a pod of orcas will often surround them and use slaps of their flukes, and the shock wave the sound makes, to stun the fish and keep them from swimming away. While the fish are left reeling from the blasts, the whales are free to eat as many as they like.Here's a link to a rare underwater recording of such a feeding event, called “carousel feeding,” so you can see – and hear – their tail slaps for...

Evidence Based Birth®
EBB 246 - Debunking Infant Food Reactivity Myths with Dr. Trill Paullin, Molecular Biologist and Founder of Free to Feed

Evidence Based Birth®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 35:01


On today's podcast, we're going to talk with Molecular Biologist and Founder of Free to Feed, Dr. Trill Paullin (She/Her), about misconception in infant feeding and infant food reactivity.  Dr. Trill is mother to two beautiful daughters who had severe infant food reactions to proteins transferred from her diet to breast milk. After processing the painful fact that she could hurt her children through breastfeeding, she started researching how to produce breast milk they could properly digest.  Dr. Trill has discovered that many parents experience the same troubling situation. She has created a place for parents to find answers to their questions about infant food reactivity and empower them to reach their feeding goals. Free to Feed was born to provide the research, resources, and support she wished they had early on. They have started this mission by creating an annual subscription to empower parents through their food allergy journey, a tracking app built specifically for this space, personal consultations, as well as an allergy friendly post-natal multivitamin. Free to Feed's team is working hard towards launching an at-home test strip that will allow parents to analyze their breast milk for allergens. We talk about the misconceptions of allergy versus intolerance, what food reactivity actually looks like and how it occurs, and the common foods infants react to and how to remove them from human milk.  Content Warning: fear of a child dying, a description of a serious infant food reaction with bloody diapers, and gendered language related to lactation.  Resources: Free to Feed  Find Free to Feed (@freetofeed) on Social Media:  Instagram Facebook  TikTok Go to our YouTube channel to see video versions of the episode listed above!! For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on:  TikTok Instagram Pinterest Ready to get involved?  Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here  Find an EBB Instructor here  Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.

Think Out Loud
Oregon's sole native crayfish faces new invasive threat

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 13:14


In May, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife received a tip that an unusual-looking crayfish was spotted in a creek around Lithia Park in Ashland. Biologists from the state agency laid out traps and confirmed the presence of Northern crayfish which are native to the Midwest. It marks the fourth invasive species of crayfish now found in Oregon waterways. Sampling conducted by ODFW scientists found that Northern crayfish had moved from the Ashland canal to Bear Creek near Medford, 15 miles away, and raised concerns that they could already be in the Rogue River. Rick Boatner is the invasive species coordinator for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. He shares with us how the aggressive crustaceans are proliferating in Southern Oregon and the threat they pose, not only to native Signal crayfish but also to endangered steelhead and salmon.

Earth Wise
The Snail Darter Is Safe | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 2:00


The snail darter is a three-inch-long snail-eating fish that was once only found in the Little Tennessee River.  When that river was going to be dammed by the Tellico Dam under construction in the 1970s, the snail darter was listed on the endangered species list and the little fish subsequently became the subject of a […]

The Science Pawdcast
SciChat: Dr. Ketaki Ganti Influenza Virologist and Cell Biologist

The Science Pawdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 84:40


WOW!  We were SO lucky to have Dr. Ganti back to chat with us about the immune system, and various spooky viruses!   She is a wealth of bubbly knowledge and we LITERALLY could listen to her talk for hours.We hope you enjoy the live recording of our chat on Social Audio with her.Dr. Ketaki Ganti's Links:https://twitter.com/ketakiganti http://www.lowenlab.com/Bunsen and Beaker Links:The Bunsen and Beaker Website has adorable merch with hundreds of different combinations of designs and apparel- all with Printful- one of the highest quality companies we could find!www.bunsenbernerbmd.comOur Spaces Sponsor: Bark and Beyond Supplyhttps://barkandbeyondsupply.com/Bunsen and Beaker on Twitter:https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmdBunsen and Beaker on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/bunsenberner.bmd/InstaBunsandBeakshttps://www.instagram.com/bunsenberner.bmd/?hl=enSupport the showFor Science, Empathy, and Cuteness!Being Kind is a Superpower.https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmd

KTOO News Update
Newscast – Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022

KTOO News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022


In this newscast: Juneau nonprofits are feeling the impact of a slowdown of volunteers; The race for House District 1 is separated by fewer than 200 votes; Biologists say wolves on Prince of Wales Island have a high level of inbreeding; The biggest town on Prince of Wales Island needs a bigger cemetery; The families of the victims of a 2020 midair crash over Soldotna have reached a settlement

Creature Comforts
Creature Comforts | Owl Day

Creature Comforts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 45:29


Today on the show we welcome Katie Tupy, Educator and Biologist from the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. She has joined us today to talk about the many owls that can be seen and heard around Mississippi. Do know which type of owl is hooting outside your window? And where the myth of the wise ol' owl originate? Dr. Troy Majure, DVM, with the Animal Medical Center, and Libby Hartfield, retired director of the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, take your pet questions and talk about your latest brushes with nature! Join the conversation by email: animals@mpbonline.org. will talk about these and more along with your pet questions and general wildlife experiences. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

HYDRATE with Tracy Duhs
What is the invisible that connects everything with Dr. Daniel Fels.

HYDRATE with Tracy Duhs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 43:16


Here I am at the water conference in Bad Soden, Germany meeting researchers that are opening up new conversations about hydration, water, and invisible source that connects us all. Having a background in evolutionary biology and behavioral ecology, Daniel focused his PhD research on host parasite systems because had a fascination with cellular communication since early childhood. At a young age he read the book: Secret Life of Plants and was inspired to learn that that all life is invisibly connected. Cells iminiate light. A weak emission of electromagnetic signals. What is the invisible that connects everything? Daniel is a Biologist and independent researcher, but what makes him unique is that he is a high school professor. I like this about Daniel because he likes to takes complex concepts and break them down so a student or lay person can easily understand biology

Revealing the Ivory Tower
Biology, Diabetes, and YouTube

Revealing the Ivory Tower

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 57:13


Dr. Vanessa, a science communicator, talks about the importance of educating the public about new research in ways that everyone can understand and find interesting. She also shares more specifically why biology is important for everyone to have a basic understanding in order to know what questions to ask their own doctors! Dr. Vanessa gives some powerful examples and makes a case for science communication as a separate field. Music: DJ DanceAlone and Prodlauraceae

Zero Duck:30 Podcast
Kara Nitschke | Georgia Waterfowl and Alligator Biologist

Zero Duck:30 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 63:28


Today's podcast is with Kara Nitschke, Waterfowl and Alligator Biologist for the state of Georgia. Kara was able to share so much good insight on what REALLY goes into managing public land for waterfowl. There's so many factors at play and Mother Nature can be an extremely challenging dance partner.Most of you know that we spend some time hunting in Georgia every year as we are Georgia residents and before, North Florida residents. This podcast really was a wealth of knowledge for us to learn what really goes into managing for waterfowl in Georgia.

Talk of Iowa
ISU wildlife biologist describes unique behaviors of wild turkeys to observe in your neck of the woods

Talk of Iowa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022


While turkey might be on your grocery list this time of year, you may be lucky enough to see some in the wild as well.

BBC Earth Podcast
Defenders of the Earth

BBC Earth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:52


Sebastian and Rutendo celebrate nature's defenders in all their forms. They argue that vultures should get more credit for their vital role as scavengers. Their super-acidic stomachs kill off deadly bacteria, like anthrax, that accumulates onrotting carcasses. This prevents the spread of disease and recycles nutrients back into the environment.Molecular biologist Mike Kolomiets tells us that the fragrance of newly mown grass isactually a scream for help and a warning to nearby plants that a herbivore is around. Grass can defend itself by releasing toxic metabolites and summoning the assistance of parasitic wasps that attack plant-eating caterpillars.We hear from prominent Brazilian climate activists Sônia Guajajara and Celia Xakriabá, both of whom believe that inidigenous women have a vital role to play inthe fight to preserve Brazil's vast biodiversity.Biologist and comedian Simon Watt argues that to protect the biodiversity of our planet we need to be less fixated on cute creatures which are “lucky enough to havea face”, and take more interest in Earth's ugly animals.Credits:The BBC Earth podcast is presented by Sebastian Echeverri and Rutendo Shackleton.This episode was produced by Rachel Byrne and Geoff Marsh.The researchers were Seb Masters and Dawood Quereshi.The Production Manager was Catherine Stringer and the Production Co-ordinator was Gemma Wootton.Podcast Theme Music was composed by Axel Kacoutié, with mixing and additional sound design by Peregrine Andrews.The Associate Producer is Cristen Caine and the Executive Producer is Deborah Dudgeon.Special thanks to:Mike Kolomiets from Texas A&M University for sharing his research into grass.Simon Watt from the Ugly Animal Preservation Society.Alice Aedy for the report from Brazil and her interviewees Sônia Guajajara, Célia Xakriabá.Interviewee Carl Gerhardt from University of Missouri and Lang Elliot for the amphibious soundscape. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Beyond the Disability
Quadriplegic From A Bacterial Infection - Kemit-Amon, A Marine Biologist's Journey

Beyond the Disability

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 39:48


Janice Brown holds an interview with Kemit Amon. Kemit recounts how a bacterial infection caused him to become quadriplegic. He describes his time in the hospital, his rehabilitation, and his instruction in using prostheses. Kemit returned to the water to spread his optimistic view, where he got the bacterial infection. This story will inspire you. Conversation Highlights: {01:11} Kermit's journey {04:06} Hospital time and Rehab and Prosthetics {12:33} Relocating to Florida and diving back into work {16:33} Going back in the water after the accident {19:00} Pain management today and living a confident life {26:33} Six Ps   Resources: Kemit-Amon can be reached via e-mail:  kemitamon@yahoo.com betterhealthandrehab.com   

Persistence U with Lizbeth
Parenting coach and molecular biologist Klara Sedlacek explains how our great-grandparents we've never met may impact us more than we think, and what can help when that impact isn't positive

Persistence U with Lizbeth

Play Episode Play 22 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:29


We all have certain childhood memories that stick. For parenting coach Klara Sedlacek, one defining moment was when she was 8 and a stranger found her crying with fear since she'd received a grade her mother was sure to rage over. The stranger walked her home and deescalated her mother, and likely planted the seeds of why this molecular biologist focuses her career on helping strengthen mother's bonds with their toddlers.You will learn:1. Our ancestral histories can have a direct link to our own stress levels.2. There are many interventions outside of traditional therapy that may assist in interrupting intergenerational negative patterns.3. Rather than blaming our parents, we may pursue Extra Resources: It Did Not Start With You by Mark Wolyn.  Dr.  Gabor Mate video here.Connect with Klara and get her freebie at KlaraSedlacek.com.BIO:Kara Sedlacek is a molecular biologist who works with mothers  of toddlers, transforming tensions into connections.Lizbeth's links Support the podcast and Lizbeth's writing for $2 or $5 a month on Patreon HEREOR Buy Lizbeth a Coffee Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters ...

Women with Cool Jobs
Marine Biologist and Animal Trainer Inspires People to Care for Ocean Animals, with Kristyn Plancarte

Women with Cool Jobs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 92:59 Transcription Available


Kristyn Plancarte is a marine biologist and animal behavior expert with more than a decade of experience. She has worked with marine mammals like sea otters, sea lions, walruses, false killer wales, African penguins, and beluga whales. She ensures their health and welfare; trains them to perform specific actions like doing eye drops, giving a blood sample, or spraying the audience with water; and educates in person and on social media. Kristyn shares all about how she helps the animals, funny stories and experiences she's had with the animals, the process for training them, how you can get into the field, and why she is so passionate about her marine mammal friends. We also chat about her unexpected foray into the social media world and how she uses multiple platforms (TikTok, YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram) to educate, engage, and inspire people to care about the animals in our ocean. She became a content creator during the pandemic so she could share what she and her colleagues do and see at the aquarium, because so many facilities and resources were closed. Along with her community, she has raised almost $50,000 for conservation!Contact Info:Kristyn Plancarte - Guestwww.kpassionate.com@KP_assionate (Instagram)KPassionate (YouTube)@k_passionate (TikTok)Julie Berman - Hostwww.womenwithcooljobs.com@womencooljobs (Instagram)Julie Berman (LinkedIn)

Trail Cam Radio
#259 - When Do Bucks Leave Does After Breeding? Whitetail Biologist Dr. Bronson Strickland

Trail Cam Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 21:13


On today's episode of The Exodus Podcast, e are back in the studio for part one of this two part podcast topic, talking with renowned whitetail biologist and host of the Deer University Podcast Dr. Bronson Strickland. Bronson has devoted years to studying whitetails and has helped the hunting industry as a whole expand what they knew or thought they knew about whitetails. We discuss: -Do bucks look for new does only during the middle of the day -The best mid-day spots for the rut -How long do bucks stay with does in heat -Does the rut happen on the same days every year -The best time during the rut for peak daytime buck activity -How far will bucks travel to find the next hot doe -How long bucks are gone when traveling to find a hot doe And so much more!   CONNECT:  https://linktr.ee/exodustrailcameras  https://linktr.ee/TheLandPodcast  https://bit.ly/TheDeerGearPodcast

Rokcast
Chatting with Wildlife Biologist, Sydney Lamb

Rokcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 69:50


On this episode re-run we talk with Robby Denning and Sydney Lamb about mule deer in the west. Fawn studies and more. Subscribe to OnX Maps for all of your mapping needs and use code Rokcast for 20% off on us. -> http://www.onxmaps.com/hunt  

Breaching Extinction
112. Fin Whale Residency

Breaching Extinction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:19


In this week's episode, Erica chatted with Erin Falcone, Biologist at Marine Ecology and Telemetry Research about her most recent publication Movements and residency of fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the California Current System.

PPM Simplifies
Insights From an Environmental Biologist

PPM Simplifies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 14:22


Biologist Jordan Harper from the Monroe, Louisiana office joins Todd Perry to talk about some of the fascinating aspects of his job, some tales from the field, and some advice for anyone interested in a career in environmental biology. Key Topics and Takeaways Jordan's journey into environmental biology  Stories from the field – The Pressing…

The Bioinformatics CRO Podcast
Alfredo Andere - connecting biologists and bioinformaticians

The Bioinformatics CRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 38:46


Alfredo Andere, co-founder and CEO of Latch Bio, discusses the unique challenges facing young entrepreneurs and the future of cloud computing in biology.  The Bioinformatics CRO is a fully distributed contract research company that serves the computational biology needs of biotechnology companies, with a focus on genomics. https://www.bioinformaticscro.com/

Elk Hunt
Rifle Hunting Tips and Techniques from a Biologist (Chris Sheets)

Elk Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 61:32


What's up ladies and gents. Welcome to the ELK HUNT podcast! This is Cody Rich, if you are new here this podcast feed is a place for all of the Elk hunting interviews I have done over the last 6 or 7 years. This will eventually be one of the largest collections of elk hunting podcast and interviews ever compiled, which is pretty cool and I would love your guys help getting it out there to the world. To do that just leave a 5 star review and maybe tell a friend about it. Much appreciated, and enjoy! Hey If you want to be a good elk hunter there is one thing that I have noticed that every great hunter I have interviewed does that almost every new elk hunter does not. It's having a system. In my own quest to be a better hunter I sent out to learn from all the best hunters out there and the one thing they all have is a system that took them years to develop. Elk Hunt 201 Course Want to become a damn good elk hunter? You could listen to every elk hunting podcast in the world but until you develop a system you are going to stumble around in the woods trying to figure it out. What do every single one of the best elk hunters in the world have after years of honing their skills? a system. A system that allows them to find elk as soon as they hit the ground, get close to those elk, and then capitalize in the red zone. It's not some secret they know that know one else does, it's having a system and putting in the work. After interviewing hundreds of hunters and my own experience from the Oregon cost to the prairies of Montana I have put together my 4 step system in Elk Hunt 201 Course. Want to go from 101 to 201 this is the framework you need. Please note this is not for the newbie. If you are looking for a course on how to gut an animal this is not it. If you have experience but want to get better, go here!

Gugut Podcast
EP#73 ዘላቂነት ያለዉ አካባቢን መፍጠር | ጆዳሄ በዛብህ

Gugut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 81:36


Our guest today is a Biologist and environmental activist. We have discussed on sustainability and protection of environment --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gugut/message

The Larry Meiller Show
Insect update: How weather affects insects; Why this year was an odd one for Japanese Beetles

The Larry Meiller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022


Biologist and entomologist PJ Liesch is back to talk about how the weather this year affected Wisconsin's insects. Plus, we hear why 2022 was an odd year for the Japanese Beetle.

Truthiverse with Brendan D. Murphy
Episode 52: Insider Exposes Biomedical Industry: Molecular biologist blows whistle on PCR, 'viruses,' cancer and the Left

Truthiverse with Brendan D. Murphy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 46:59


Molecular biologist Jerneja Caserta was born in Slovenia and got her Bachelor's degree in Molecular Biology in Italy. In 2002 she received her PhD at the same University studying function of proteins that participate in protein synthesis. However, since 2020 she has had to question much of what was previously taken for granted (and still is by her colleagues). In this informative and entertaining episode Jerneja takes us on her journey and process of awakening, which began primarily when she heard that PCR technology was being misused to diagnose so-called “co(n)vid-19” cases. As it happens, Jerneja has over 25 years of experience working with PCR technology and immediately recognised something was seriously wrong with the Narrative. As she quickly realised, there is no c-19 v!rus, and v!rology is a fraudulent branch of science controlled by Big Ph@rma. She now watches her colleagues for the day they too open their eyes and see the truth. Also discussed: her time as a member of the Left, her dalliance with communism, and her nascent interest in exploring the nature of reality and spirituality free of the fetters of the Roman-Catholic indoctrination of her youth. Find the FULL episode and all my members-only multimedia content at: Truthiversity.com Special Guest: Jerneja Tomsic.

Marine Conservation Happy Hour
MCHH 443: Xenomarine biology - Marine biologists in space!

Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 8:32


Dr Scarlett Smash and Dr Craken MacCraic talk about xeno marine biology - studying the marine biology of other planets, starting with oceans under the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Also, there may be muppets... If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram

Finding Genius Podcast
Exploring Environmental Conservation With Marine Biologist Cece Gerstenbacher

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 32:55


Cece Gerstenbacher joins the podcast today to discuss environmental stewardship. Cece is an Environmental Program Coordinator as part of the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC). Here, she works on everything from coastal restoration to water quality monitoring – serving a foundational role in the protection and responsible use of Merrimack Valley's prime natural resources.  Cece is on a mission to bring Merrimack Valley towards a sustainable future, and in this episode, she describes how her work is bringing this vision to life… Tune in now to learn about: What a regional planning agency is. How seagrass ecosystems may be impacted by microplastic pollution.  The pervasive nature of microplastics.  What water quality samples can tell researchers about microplastic contamination. Want to find out more about Cece and her work? Visit mvpc.org now! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

The 260 Journey
God Did a Lord Nelson

The 260 Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 5:55


Day 205 Today's Reading: Hebrews 1 At Trafalgar Square in London stands the 170-foot-high iconic Lord Nelson column. Resting on top of the pillar is Lord Nelson. It towers way too high for a passerby to distinguish his features and really know who it is. So about forty years ago a new statue, an exact replica of the original that is on top, was erected at eye level so everyone could see Lord Nelson way up there. Someone had the idea that if you want to know who is “way up there,” we have to bring the exact representation down low enough for everyone to see. This also happened about two thousand years ago in a very big way. God transcends our ability to see Him for who He is. The eyes of our understanding cannot define or figure out His divine features. So God pulled a Lord Nelson for us. He set before us an exact representation, “the image of the invisible God.” Now to know God, we must only look at Jesus. Here's what the writer of Hebrews tells us: “In these last days he has spoken to us through his Son. God made his Son responsible for everything. His Son is the one through whom God made the universe. His Son is the reflection of God's glory and the exact likeness of God's being. He holds everything together through his powerful words. After he had cleansed people from their sins, he now holds the honored position—the one next to the majestic God [the Father] on the heavenly throne.” (Hebrews 1:2-3, GW) We live in a highly religious society today. I don't think America is godless; I think America has many gods. The issue is, what does America's god look like? One of the first things God did when He gave the Ten Commandments was to issue a warning from the very beginning about counterfeit gods. The Bible says this in Exodus 20 in the first commandment: “You shall have no other gods before Me. You shall not make for yourself an idol, or any likeness of what is in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the water under the earth. You shall not worship them or serve them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God.” (Exodus 20:3-5) Here is what stands out—that God gave the commandment against other gods not to pagans and idolaters but to Israel, the very people of God, a monotheistic people. Being religious never guarantees the worship of the true God. This was what we remember as we enter the book of Hebrews. Hebrews was written to religious people who were losing sight of Jesus. They were losing sight of the exact representation and likeness of God seen only in Jesus. And the book reminds them that God is in Jesus. Divine truth must come from outside to us. It cannot be self-generated by us and come from within ourselves. Truth must be revealed by God to us. Without Jesus we come up with our own version of God; thus the thousands of religions in the world who have self-defined God instead of letting God define Himself in Jesus. As Colossians 1:15 says, “We look at this Son and see the God who cannot be seen” (MSG). God is fully revealed in Jesus. That's why any religion that doesn't give Jesus the honor that God gets is counterfeit. Jesus tells us, “The Son will be honored equally with the Father. Anyone who dishonors the Son, dishonors the Father, for it was the Father's decision to put the Son in the place of honor” (John 5:23, MSG). The Son is equally honored with the Father, because the Son is God in the flesh. There are only two approaches to knowing God: one that begins with humans or the one that begins with God. Jesus is God's self-revelation. We know God only through Jesus. Lloyd C. Douglas was the author of the classic book, The Robe. He lived in a boarding house when he was a university student. He tells the story that when he lived on the first floor, he resided next to a retired music teacher, wheelchair bound and unable to leave his apartment. Every morning they had a ritual: Douglas came down the stairs, opened the man's door, and asked, “Well, what's the good news?” The other picked up his tuning fork, tapped it on the inside of his wheelchair, and said, “That is middle C! It was middle C yesterday, and it will be middle tomorrow. It will be middle C a thousand years from now. The tenor upstairs sings flat, the piano across the hall is out of tune, but my friend, that is middle C.” Says Donald McCullough of the story: “The old man had discovered a constant reality on which he could depend, an unchanging truth to which he could cling. Jesus Christ is our tuning fork, ringing out middle C in a cacophonous world of competing truths; his pitch defines tonal reality and sets every other note in its proper place.” Society may be flat. The church may be sharp. But as McCullough reminds us, “When we listen to middle C two things happen: the revelation of Jesus Christ both separates us from God and unites us to God.” Astronomers observe stars with telescopes. Biologists examine cells with microscopes. Sociologists discover patterns of human behavior with surveys and interviews. Psychiatrists delve into the mind through conversation. Humanity can know God by the life and words of Jesus Christ. When we grasp the hand of Jesus, we meet God in Person.

What The Duck?!
It DOES fart!

What The Duck?!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 30:00


The world's oldest fart is frozen in amber, and it is the source of the world's oldest fart joke.  Listen to part one (Does it Fart?!) here. FEATURING Dani Rabaiotti, Author of Does it Fart? and Zoological Society of London. Dr Nick Gales, Former Head of Australian Antarctic Division. Prof Dave Watson, Charles Sturt University.  Prof Jeffrey Stillwell, Adjunct Monash Uni Dr Adam Munn, Biologist.  Production: Ann Jones, Presenter / Producer. Petria Ladgrove, Producer. Jo Khan, Producer. This episode of What the Duck?! was produced on the land of the Wadawarrung and the Kaurna people.

I'm Just A Kid!
Mixed Mutts Ep #7: Mixed Biologist Scientist w/ Aubrianna Decker

I'm Just A Kid!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 71:41


Aubrianna Decker is 1/2 Chinese and 1/2 White. She is a phd student at Columbia University in Biology.

Bear Grease
Ep. 75: Bear Grease [Render] - Deer Biologist, Randy Meeker & El Caminos

Bear Grease

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 80:04 Very Popular


On this episode of the Render it's all about big bucks.  We have Arkansas Deer Program Coordinator, Randy Meeker, as our guest as we talk white-tailed deer. We also have Rusty and Rusten Johnson of United Outdoors, Moe Shepherd and Brent Reaves all here to talk about deer hunting. We're recapping the recent "Whitetail Stories" podcast from last week! We talk about the release of Phelps Game Calls new line of deer calls! Connect with Clay and MeatEater Clay on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Bear Grease MerchSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Zone
Non-Biologist Cynthia Frelund, 10/12/22

The Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 29:33


Cynthia Frelund of NFL Network joins Joshua Brisco and Beards McFly to discuss the NFL world's issues with analytics discussions and how it can improve. Plus, Cynthia's favorite table game. Follow the show on Twitter: Jason Anderson (@J810Anderson), Joshua Brisco (@jbbrisco), Beards McFly (@BeardsMcFly).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Irresistible Factor
Interview with Sherry Zhang – Molecular Biologist and GenoPalate Founder

The Irresistible Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:15


“My goal is to really know how we can provide something that everyone can benefit from; from the insights, from the technology and services.” Kristi is excited to be joined by Sherry Zhang, Molecular Biologist and Founder of GenoPalate, on this week's episode of The Irresistible Factor. GenoPalate is a leading data-driven personalized nutrition platform that utilizes genetic and non-genetic information factors that are important to an individual's metabolic health. Sherry is paving the way to change the way people approach their own health, by spreading awareness of this new, individualistic approach to nutrition. “...Until several years back, there wasn't a way to link your own genetic code, your personalized nutritional needs, with your health through food. That's kind of the problem we're trying to solve.” Sherry and Kristi talk about why a one size fits all approach to solving an individual's health concerns doesn't work and why personalized nutrition is the way of the future. We also talk about how advanced science and technology differentiates them from other testing services.

The Fishing Guide Podcast
Fisheries Biologist Jon Stein with AGFC talks about the upcoming fish habitat placement on Beaver Lake and status of crappie & walleye population

The Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 20:14


In episode 136 of the Fishing Guide Podcast host Brad Wiegmann interviews Region Fisheries Biologist for the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission Jon Stein announces the fish habitat event on Beaver Lake in Arkansas. The event is schedule to happen in this fall and is welcoming volunteers to assist with the placement of large trees for fish habitat in the reservoir. Stein also reports on the status of crappie fishing and walleye fishing in the reservoir. Tackle Time feature PICO Lures.

Balancing Chaos Podcast
Dana White #2 - Part 2 of 3: Human Biologist Gary Brecka on Dana's Health Journey and Reaching Optimal Health

Balancing Chaos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 64:59 Very Popular


For the next installment of this 3-part series, Kelley and Chad bring human biologist Gary Brecka on the show. Gary is the Chief Human Biologist at 10x Health Systems, boasting over 20 years of experience in "bio-hacking" and "functional medicine". And get this...he started his career as a mortality expert for the insurance companies!Gary will discuss his journey with Dana White, including the specifics of how he deduced his remaining life expectancy of 10.4 years. Furthermore, Gary offers insight into: the keys to a long and prosperous life, including some major misconceptions around the treatment of common ailments; male and female hormones and why you may be feeling things like low energy, low sex drive, bloating and weight gain; and finally, key tactics & tools for achieving "superhuman" health status.Stay tuned for part 3 next Sunday.To connect with Kelley click HERETo connect with Gary click HERE

Untamed Heritage
163 DSC Campfires with Larry Weishuhn Bringing Back the Lions. Larry Visits with newfound friend Mike Arnold. A fellow Biologist, conservationist/hunter, and outdoor writer

Untamed Heritage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 57:28


Mike Arnold is many things, bust mostly notable as a Professional Wildlife Biologist, astute observer, and outdoor writer of exceptional talent. His newest book, “Bringing Back the Lions” is about the efforts of African Professional Hunter Haldane with Zambezi Delta Safaris.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The AJ Roberts Show
Let's just say the testing wasn't as honest as they made out - with Biologist Alec Smith

The AJ Roberts Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 57:19


To become part of an amazing new and evolving community of like minded people please check out our new Insiders World at www.insiders-world.com Alec Smith, a biologist, directly involved in doing all the PCR testing in hospitals joins us today on The AJ Roberts Show to share the real story of what went down in the testing labs, how they were manipulated to find positive samples of...... anything, and resulted in completely flawed numbers used to spread fear and panic across the country. Just like everything else that's coming to surface it's just more proof of a massive attack on humanity and crimes there of! This episode needs sharing!

Leave Your Mark with Vince Cortese
Epi # 0064 - Marine Biologist / Founder Get Inspired - Nancy Caruso

Leave Your Mark with Vince Cortese

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 22:32


 This a childhood dream of being a marine biologist influenced by Mrs. May her 4th grade teacher.  Nancy goes through the gammet of road blocks before she would would have her own non-profit  Get Inspired.  Watch full episode on YouTubeResources Mentioned:https://getinspiredinc.orghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kelpladySupport the LYM Podcast:Subscribe to our YouTube channelLeave us a review on Apple Podcasts or SpotifyVisit our website Download our LYM mobile app (available on iOS and Android)Join our mailing listSend a gift to our host VinceWant to sponsor episodes of LYM? Reach out to us on our website!Support the show

Will & Amala LIVE
A Gender Theory “DEBATE” With An Evolutionary Biologist

Will & Amala LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 45:45 Very Popular


Happy Friday! On today's episode, Colin Wright, an evolutionary biologist and Contributing Editor at Quillette, joins me to play “Devil's Advocate”. I do my best to steelman the most common arguments leftists use when advocating for Gender theory, trans issues, and sex education in schools while Colin represents the opposing side. Whose rationale is most compelling? Let me know in the comments! Follow Colin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwipeWright Get my latest & EXCLUSIVE content: https://www.prageru.com/series/unapologetic?utm_source=show Take the Unapologetic Survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KWS5YQV

Bimbo Summit
I Was Poisoned w/ Biologist Betsy

Bimbo Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 52:46


Uh oh! This week, we're joined by biology genius Betsy, who helps us get to the bottom of whether or not we'll be poisoned from eating counter-aged pizza. We take a look at some case studies from burgeoning social network/activism website IWasPoisoned.com, and Betsy gives her final judgment on whether or not eating a Whapper will make your stomach hurt like a son of a g*n.Call us! 1-706-45-BIMBOJoin our Patreon! patreon.com/bimbosummitJoin our Discord! discord.com/invite/XmUNxWvFollow us on Instagram! instragram.com/bimbosummitpodcastwww.bimbosummitpodcast.com

Kowalski Analysis
The Science of Attraction with Love Biologist, Dawn Maslar

Kowalski Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 48:29


Known as the “Love Biologist”, Professor Dawn Maslar-Biggie is an author, TEDx speaker with over 5 million views and researcher in the science of love. She wrote the internationally selling book ‘Men Chase, Women Choose' and has recently started a YouTube channel titled ‘Is He Committed' where the man's saliva is analyzed to determine if a man is faithful to a woman. Connect with Dawn: https://dawnmaslar-biggie.com/ Subscribe to Kowalski Analysis Podcast: iTunes: https://apple.co/3aOeqNJ Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2CPn6a2 Google Play: http://bit.ly/GoogleKowalskiAnalysis Join our Communities (100% free): https://www.facebook.com/groups/waitingworks https://www.facebook.com/groups/cityfam --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robbkowalski/support

Ducks Unlimited Podcast
Ep. 404 – Arctic to the Yucatan and 32 Years of Advice: Tales of a Pilot Biologist, Part 2

Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 48:14


We're back with more adventures from retired USFWS pilot biologist Fred Roetker! This episode is highlighted by memorable observations, including a wolverine, barren ground grizzlies, expansive beaver ponds, a military intercept in Mexico, and a rare sighting of the elusive prairie skinny dipper! Fred concludes with sage advice for young people looking to enter the waterfowl profession, and DU extends a sincere “thank you” to Fred and his fellow pilot biologists! www.ducks.org/DUPodcast

Ducks Unlimited Podcast
Ep. 403 –Half Million Miles of Duck Habitat: Tales of a Pilot Biologist, Part 1

Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 38:28 Very Popular


Retired USFWS pilot biologist Fred Roetker reflects on his 32-year career of surveying ducks and geese across North America and shares stories of the places he saw, people he met, and experiences he amassed over that time. With nearly 500,000 air miles to his credit, ranging from the Yucatan to the Arctic Circle, some say that Fred has seen more waterfowl habitat than anyone else in North America. After listening to his stories, they might be right! www.ducks.org/DUPodcast

Crossing the Jordan
The Details Behind "Why I'm Pro-Life" Elevator Pitch For You to Know

Crossing the Jordan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 54:58


This episode is to break down each point from the "Why I'm Pro-Life" elevator pitch. 1. Pro-science - overwhelming science consensus that a distinct human organism begins at conception. Alive, growing, human, you and I matter. 2. Social justice begins in the womb - every living human being is entitled to fundamental rights, and the most fundamental right is life itself. Being a burden on someone, whether a true burden or a perceived burden, is never justification for killing them. This turns into strong against the weak, and it kills the victim rather than addressing the social issue. 3. Against violence - act of extreme violence against the most vulnerable (dismembered, burned, induced heart attack, and discarded). 4. Against racism - abortion is the fruit of what began in the 1930's by Margaret Sanger the founder of Planned Parenthood that taught sterilization of minorities and disabled people because they were the "weeds of the earth." 5. Pro-woman - abortion degrades women, treats their fertility as a defect, and enables men to abuse and abandon them at their most vulnerable (One of the main issues for repeated abuse, rape, human trafficking). Abortion never empowers women, it only empowers the men who wish to exploit them. 6. Pro-family and motherhood – makes a mother and child enemies instead of the natural bond of love. 7. It's objectively wrong and it's cowardly and immoral for me to remain silent. Why aren't you pro-life? Extra points: 1. Pro-health care - All doctors sign the Hippocratic oath to do no intentional harm, and healthcare is to improve or sustain life. In abortion, they endanger the health and traumatize the life of mother and deliberately kill a child. 2. Pro-justice and just laws - all laws are to protect and enhance lives. 3. Religion - was MLK making a merely religious argument? Biologist poll on when does life begin: https://dailycitizen.focusonthefamily.com/life-begins-at-fertilization-96-of-liberal-pro-choice-and-non-religious-biologists-agree/ 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Trimester Abortion explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFZDhM5Gwhk Pew Research Article on Stats on Abortion: https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2022/06/24/what-the-data-says-about-abortion-in-the-u-s-2/ The silent scream videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6zvTVPKg3c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEZGzvoASW4 Check out the podcast website here: https://sites.google.com/view/crossingthejordan/welcome. On the website you can find episodes/topics that you want to hear, find recommended resources to grow in your faith, submit questions/request, and/or subscribe to the podcast to receive emails with direct links to your preferred podcast platform. If you'd like to reach out for a prayer request, feel free to email me directly at crossingthejordan1@gmail.com. God bless you all abundantly! Available on iTunes, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, Player FM, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Stitcher. Artwork by Yongsung Kim

The Survival Podcast
Korean Natural Farming with Sherri Miller – Epi-3161

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 103:04 Very Popular


Sherri Miller is a Master Cho certified instructor of Korean Natural Farming, KNF, helping people save time, labor, money, grow more and better food, improve their health and environment. Sherri is a Biologist and Researcher, including microbial field work. She's … Continue reading →