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*Door County Coffee: get yourself some Door County Coffee, tee-up the show and let us know what you think after you listen! *See Dr. Homan LIVE: See Paul Homan, PhD present a Christian Worldview on Climate Change at the Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship meeting next Friday, Dec 8, 2023! Dr. Homan received his PhD from the Naval Postgraduate School, he' married to Janee, a father of 4, an avid outdoorsman, a runner, hiker, and a skier. Dr. Homan recently retired as the Director of Meteorology at the United States Air Force Academy. He is a regular speaker on the topic of Climate Change in both secular and church forums. Dr. Homan has served as a Squadron Commander, an advisor to the Iraqi Air Force, and worked on several international research initiatives during his career in the Air Force. *Earth's Energy Balance: Listen in (and check out Dr. Homan's slides) for an enlightening, fact based, and easy to understand explanation of what warms the planet, why, and how much. *Cowed: Find out what a problem you are, what a problem your agriculture is, your energy production, your wetlands, and especially your cows! *Gaslit? Hear Dr. Homan break down the properties of the various greenhouse gasses & decide for yourself if what you're hearing is the full story, (whether here at RSR, or other media and government sources).
#081 - Get ready for a thrilling rollercoaster ride through exhilarating highs and challenging lows as I, Jake Bushman, recount my journey of running my second half marathon at the breathtaking Snow Canyon in St. George, Utah. Will I conquer the grueling 13.1 miles or succumb to the taxing trials of the course? Joined by my good friend, Paul Petersen, we explore this journey and much more, offering a deeper glimpse into my life beyond the podcast.In a scintillating Q&A session, Paul dives into my personal and professional life, taking you on a journey from my high school days to my 25-year marriage and my long stint living in Vegas. We'll take you behind the scenes of race day, from the rush of starting line adrenaline to unexpected pit stops and the sweet taste of crossing the finish line. But it's not all about running; we also draw parallels between the marathon and the podcast, both journeys filled with unique experiences and amazing people.In the final stretch, we reflect on the trials and triumphs of this adventure, drawing lessons that go beyond running. We share strategies to push through the most challenging moments and reveal how song lyrics and mantras can fuel our determination. I also express my heartfelt gratitude to you, the listeners, who inspire me to continue this podcast journey. With upcoming guests and your shared experiences, I promise to make each episode a memorable part of your journey. Remember, life is about the journey, not the destination, so let's continue this adventure together.For more behind the scenes look at yours truly check out my Instagram account @journeywithjakepodcast and follow along.
I got to spend a lunch break with Sara Bartlett, the owner and operator of Canyon Couture - an environmentally sustainable and ethically sourced business that focuses on the curation of recycled or repurposed clothes and home decor. They operate out of a converted school bus (a mobile fashion boutique) and give 10% of sales to different local non-profits. Sara discussed how she came up with the idea to buy a school bus and convert it into a fashion mobile boutique, as well as, how she decides what items she looks for to repurpose and refashion. Sara also shared with me that 80% of the items at Goodwill end up in landfills, as well as how her tie dress idea she had went viral. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Canyon Couture Social: Canyon Couture IG: https://www.instagram.com/canyoncouture/ Canyon Couture website: https://www.canyon-couture.com/ Canyon Couture tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@canyoncouture Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's Twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lunchwithbiggie/message
We've had Cowboys versus Aliens but have you ever considered a threeway fight between gunslingers, vampires and weird cosmic cultists to an Elder God? If not why not? What do you even think about when you are washing the dishes? But fear not, C.S. Humble has you covered. His weird western trilogy, That Light Sublime is packed with all of the above and more. In The Massacre at Yellow Hill and A Red Winter in the West Seth introduces a cast of lovable rogues and the stakes of their battle against the worst that this and other worlds can offer. Now, in the concluding volume, The Light of Black Star, he brings it all home, with honour, humour and shattering heartbreak. We talk about broadening the scope of the western, how That Light Sublime links with Seth's Black Wells series, and he explains his fundamental disagreement with the tenets of cosmic horror. We cover what Mister Rogers has to oteach us about horror writing…and how to write stories that, in Seth's words… “attain the high romance that the human heart is reaching for.” He's a poet and a raconteur. I'm also present. Enjoy! The Massacre at Yellow Hill, A Red Winter in the West and The Light of Black Star were all published in 2023 by Cemetery Dance. Books mentioned:East of Eden (1952), by John SteinbeckLonesome Dove (1985), by Larry McMurtryMerciless Waters (2023), by Rae KnowlesMidas (2023), by Tyler JonesLone Women (2023), by Victor LavalleRed Rabbit (2023), by Alex GrecianThe Legend of Charlie Fish (2023), by Josh RountreeThe Demon of Devil's Canyon (coming 2024), by Brenna LeFaro“Pigeons From Hell” (1938), by Robert E. HowardThe Thicket (2013), by Joe R. LansdaleCold in July (1989), by Joe R. LansdaleThe Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All (2013), by Laird BarronMoby Dick (1851), by Herman MelvilleFevre Dream (1982), by George R. R. MartinSupport Talking Scared on Patreon Come talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show
MVRDV Founding Partner, Nathalie de Vries, joins the podcast to discuss the new design and renovation of The Pyramid of Tirana, MVRDV's approach to form and color, and the design process and collaboration behind their new building The Canyon in San Francisco CLAIM CEU CREDITS HERE
*Ever Wonder: how this might have gone? "And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas..." *Harold Gilbert: is a long time proponent of young-earth creation. He received his Masters of Science in aerospace engineering from Auburn University in Alabama, and has worked for the Department of Defense for over 30 years at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Harold is currently a system analyst for missiles and rockets, and like all other scientists, he works part time for Walt Brown. Harold has been married for 28 years and has three daughters. *Scientific Eisegesis: Old Earth geologists may be claiming to have resolved one of the many enigmas their faulty geologic theories and models create, but Fred calls it for what it is! Harold's Thesis: In pondering Genesis 1:9-10 in light of Hydroplate Theory hear how Harold assigned some basic values to the crust and the water present on Day 4, and postulates a reasonable theory for how God may have caused the dry land to appear through purely naturalistic mechanisms. Hear how the raqia's thickness, water volume and the primary unbalanced force may have worked together to let the dry land appear right where our awesome Creator wanted it! An Honorary RSR First! We're convinced that future Hydroplate Theory and Creation Science researchers will be assisted in developing a more accurate understanding of the pre-flood earth due to the model described on today's show. And so Real Science Radio has bestowed our first honorary doctorate upon Harold Gilbert, Ph.D., (h.c.).
Happy Black Friday, Conspiracy Players! Rather than scratching that consuming itch to blow your wage on the next highly coveted thing, why not set the credit cards aside and join us in an attempt to find the strings that bind us all? By now, we're all at least somewhat familiar with the methods used by the deep state when it comes to the Laurel Canyon entertainment scene—but upon further investigation, it starts to look as though 1960s Los Angeles was merely a petri dish for perfecting the eventual ways to co-opt every influential movement in our culture. The more we climb out of the canyon, the more of its widely cast shadow we see over EVERYthing. Returning Red Pill Revolutionary, John Gusty, and heavy hitter, Ryan Dean of Dangerous World Podcast, sit down with Colby for another awesome conversation on one of the most riveting topics in CPT's repertoire. As always, thank you so much for being the Player you are; please like, subscribe, comment, or share with anyone who might wanna hear the good word. There's a lot of bonus material, interviews, and deep dives around the corner. 2024 is going to be a good year for Conspiracy PlayTime, and we hope you'll be aboard for it all! Check out the links below for a portal into this episode's guests. John- https://www.amazon.com/stores/John-Gusty/author/B09QLHBJR9?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true Ryan- https://linktr.ee/dangerousworldpodcast
En el capítulo de esta semana hablamos sobre el cierre de temporadas y la necesidad de una mayor exposición en el golf femenil.Hablamos también de la TGL y su futuro, así como de los posibles escenarios a futuro entre el PGA Tour y LIV Golf.Ademas revisamos que jugadores del Tour Europeo consiguieron tarjeta para el PGA Tour y en que se podría traducir.
Recorded July 12, 2023The More We Listen, The More We Understand. Thank you for supporting Ambisonic Spaces. Discover more and download Binaural, Ambisonic, and Surround Sound assets for any Audio / Spatial Audio Project at AmbisonicSpaces.orgFollow:Twitter/XInstagramLinkedInYouTubeGame Audio:https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/en-US/profile/DavidWoje?count=20&sortBy=effectiveDate&sortDir=DESC&start=0
Eric Frandsen and Jason Walker broadcast the show live from Prodigy Brewing. Recap of the Green Canyon vs Crimson Cliffs 4A championship football game. Interview with Utah State head coach Manny Martins, head coach of the Mountain West Conference champion women's soccer team. Preview West Side vs Declo in the 2A football championship.
*The Chemicals Between Us: Hear Royal Truman PhD describe Origin of Life Research in light of chemistry. Royal is fluent in five languages and received bachelor's degrees in chemistry and computer science from SUNY Buffalo, an M.B.A from the University of Michigan, his PhD in organic chemistry from Michigan State, with post-graduate studies in bioinformatics at the universities of Mannheim and Heidelberg in Germany. Royal believes the God of Abraham created the universe recently, and that His Son Jesus Christ is the savior of the world. *Let it Slide: Follow the discussion with slides provided by Dr. Truman. *Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other: Find out how Origin of Life researchers design their experiments to force a certain outcome, in order to suggest that life arose without design! *Hot Fudge: Hear how Origin of Life researchers fudge the data by suggesting mutually exclusive environments might have somehow worked together, (they just gloss over the "simultaneously" part). Time on Our Side: Find out how Origin of Life researchers tend to bury the data showing their highly engineered "building blocks of life" completely crash into oblivion, (and typically just moments after "arising.)"
Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChW7UyLcMH6QDwCS295w9aQ/joinSponsorsThe Coachpad has now been around for 3 seasons and coaches everywhere are saving time and being more efficient when it comes to scout cards. Coach Robinson from Texas says “The thing I most enjoy is the ease of access to all the scout cards and how I can draw on them if I need to make any changes. Every coach that uses it says it is so great to use.” If you and your staff are tired of the old way of preparing and using scout cards check out thecoachpad.com to start enjoying scout team and making the 2023 season better than ever!The CoachPad - https://thecoachpad.com0:13 The CoachPad1:15 background update17:45 lakers / jazz21:50 food / food videos / food shopping / tetris35:28 tetris45:15 defensive evolution / dc 1011:07:50 install process1:21:30 teaching your assistants1:27:50 structuring a practice1:39:10 33/35 suggestionscody gardnerdc corner canyon hs (UT)twitter: @CODY_GARDNERwrong arm clinic: https://youtu.be/QhNI6Gnw9Ew?si=YMHdda6pt_qsWMfiep 62 w/coach gardner: https://youtu.be/NWqem4ICNew?si=vjXUDI6SMtekvFAHgardner youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@coachgardner6281 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nicholas-bandstra/support
The Burden of Joy by 'our own' Lexi Kent-Monning.A wonderful conversation about writing, life, relationships and The Burden of Joy! We are sitting by the creek back in the Redwood canyon.Please join us!>>>>>>>>Lexi's main site online LA Review of BooksPlease email us with your thoughts!>>>>>>>>“Never before has the wreckage of a failed marriage been more brutally and bloodily documented. The candidness with which Lexi writes about this terrible time in her life is a thing of dark beauty. The Burden of Joy is truly an incredibly brave piece of work.”— Ben Gibbard, Death Cab for Cutie/The Postal ServiceSupport the show_________________________________________________This podcast is a production of the Henry Miller Memorial LibraryBig Sur, CAFaceBookInstagramLet us know what you think!SEND US AN EMAIL!
The Green Canyon Wolves take on the Crimson Cliffs Mustangs in the 4A football championship at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023. Full play-by-play provided by Stockton Jewkes and Adam Loertscher.
Eric Frandsen and Jason Walker discuss the news about the A's moving to Las Vegas. Does that help or hurt Salt Lake's chances of landing a Major League Baseball team? The NBA suspends Draymond Green 5 games. Some in the NBA think it's too harsh a penalty. Eric thinks it's not harsh enough. Predictions for Green Canyon vs Crimson Cliffs in the 4A football championship game.
This episode talks about fun times and Brain BS in Canyon, TX and Santa Fe, NM. I also discuss how the trip has impacted me and the way I plan to do business moving forward!
Eric Frandsen and Jason Walker recap the Utah State Aggies' victory over Southern Utah in the Spectrum Monday night. Stockton Jewkes, play-by-play voice of the Green Canyon Wolves, joins the program to discuss Green Canyon's upcoming match-up in the 4A football championship. Devin Dixon, play-by-play voice of the Crimson Cliffs Mustangs, joins the program to discuss Crimson Cliff's season and their match-up against Green Canyon in the 4A championship. Utah State women's basketball gets their first win of the season. Mountain Crest boys basketball tips off their season tonight at Stansbury.
Michael Kao (@Urbankaoboy) joins Julia La Roche on episode 119 to discuss his macro outlook, why we haven't seen a hard landing yet thanks to the “four horsemen of economic resilience,” and why he's favoring shorter duration assets in this economic environment. Mike has been in the investment business for 30 years and has experience analyzing and investing in many markets and asset classes, spanning commodities to credit to convertible/capital structure/event arbitrage to distressed debt/equity investing. Mike began his career in the commodities unit at J. Aron/Goldman Sachs in NYC in the early 90's and traded over 25 different commodity markets and their derivatives. Mike left Goldman to pursue an MBA in Finance at The Wharton School. After business school, Mike joined Canyon Partners, a credit-oriented hedge fund in Los Angeles, where he went on to become partner and co-founder of the Canyon Arbitrage Fund, which focused on various strategies including convertible and capital structure arbitrage as well as event-driven/risk arbitrage. After 5 years at Canyon, Mike decided to leave Canyon and begin his own investment firm, Akanthos Capital Management, LLC. At Akanthos, Mike ran an opportunistic, value-driven investment strategy that looked for “fulcrum securities” up and down the capital structure. Mike stopped actively managing external capital in 2019 and now invests primarily for his family office and enjoys blogging about the markets and economy on Substack at urbankaoboy.substack.com and Twitter @UrbanKaoboy. Mike holds a BS in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science from UC, Berkeley and an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Links: https://www.urbankaoboy.com/ https://twitter.com/UrbanKaoboy 0:00 Welcome Michael Kao 0:51 Macro view / The Four Horsemen of economic resilience 7:43 Recessionary outlook in the “vodka-Red bull” economy 11:00 The dollar wrecking ball 15:30 The rest of the world ‘out-doving' the Fed 19:23 Oil outlook 26:27 Portfolio construction, favoring shorter duration 33:00 Thinking about stocks and bonds 35:00 Exit strategies 41:16 Parting thoughts
Sometimes the undesirable and embarrassing parts of who we are make the best stories. Writing does that... it uses creativity to lift us out of self-judgment about our personal weaknesses and into comedy, healing or just an awareness of our common humanity. , I've brought one of those stories I'm particularly startled by, to sound effects, music, and uncut candor on this episode.Unearth creativity's resilience, joy, and mindfulness in your life by joining my new group, called Talking About Creativity ... If you're a podcast listener you get a special rate, so contact me.. Or join a group one that's been around for a long time that's accepting new members at the old price that will be increasing in January: The Underground Highway to Creative Results which includes Talking About CreativityIf creativity is a value of yours, you know it can make every part of your existence better. Conversely, when you don't get to it, you feel a kind of spiritual constipation and free-floating crankiness . There's no doubt getting into a creative flow can be elusive, frustrating, or seemingly impossible. I've been there with the distractions, perfectionism, doubt, overwhelm, and resistance but I've also discovered ways to make it more of a priority in my life . It grounds me in my gifts and my relationship with myself makes living a whole lot more enjoyable. And I've taught these "ways" to people for the last 20 years.It helps to have a place to show up so the effort is made easier and the inspiration is designed. Talking About Creativity and The Underground Highway to Creative Results are two such places. More with Jill Badonsky here Support the show Upcoming art and creativity programs www.themuseisin.com
Heute gibt es österreichische Klänge und ihr hört einen neuen Weg zum Ruhm – mit Radelfahrer Fabio Wibmer. Er ist gerade in Amerika und hat sich auf ein spontanes Date mit Paul eingelassen. Ihr könnt euch auf Vlogs freuen, denn YouTuber ist er auch. Seit er Kind ist, biked er für sein Leben gerne. Vor ungefähr zehn Jahren ist es dann immer ernster geworden und seitdem kann Fabio von seiner Leidenschaft leben. Wer von Canyon nach Amerika eingeladen wird, der muss sich auch gut vermarkten können. Aber wie macht man das, Fabio? Als Biker ist es wichtig, ein Umfeld in der Branche zu haben, doch das hatte Fabio zu Beginn nicht so. Wie hat er es trotzdem geschafft? Fabio ist davon überzeugt, dass es für die Story wichtig ist, mehr als nur einen Stunt zu zeigen. Also fragt er sich immer wieder: Wie kann man Menschen das Radlfoan (ja, ihr lest richtig) näherbringen, die nichts direkt mit einem Trick anfangen können? Ist diese Frage sein Erfolgsrezept? Und hat er am Anfang den Schnitt, die Kamera und alles, was zu einem guten Video gehört, auch selbst gemacht? Die beiden unterhalten sich über Fabios Geschichte und Paul will wissen: Warum steht er morgens auf? MUSS er noch arbeiten? Und wie verdient er sein Geld? Fabio spricht von beeindruckenden Reisen und wie er seine Community in Projekte integriert. Red Bull, Canyon, Mercedes Benz, Samsung, Pirelli, Insta360, Nineyard, Öhlins, Crankbrothers, Poc, Saalbach, Magura, Sick! – Diese Brands kann man der Instagram-Bio von Fabio entnehmen. Wie stolz ist er darauf und was geht damit einher? Paul hat nämlich auch schon seine Erfahrungen mit Firmen in der Bio gemacht. Freut euch auf ein Gespräch über Crowdfunding, Sponsoring und Storytelling bei Instagram. Was zeigt man alles? Wo sind die Grenzen? Und wie kann man sich von den Zahlen lösen, wenn das doch der Job ist? Abschließend hört ihr, was das nächste große Ding von Fabio ist. Ich sag nur… ein Grundstück in Italien! Fabio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wibmerfabio/ AWFNR Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/awfnr/ Post von Paul abonnieren: https://postvonpaul.substack.com Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/AWFNR __________ Interview, Interview podcast, AWFNR, Paul Ripke, Newport Beach, Reisen, Reisetipps, Sport, Abnehmen, Business, Unternehmertum, Erfolg, Porsche, Gesprächspodcast, Paul Ripke Interview, Marteria, Karo Kauer, PARI, Paul Ripke WM, weight watchers, Motivation, Gesundheit, Ruhm, Alle Wege führen nach Ruhm, Lifestyle, Unterhaltung, Comedy, Wirtschaft, News, Social Media, Instagram, Bloggen, Fotografie, Influencer, TV, Gesellschaft, Musik, Freizeit, Hobbys, Rennrad, Radfahren, RIPKYTCHEN, Chris Nanoo
The Nissan Z is one of the most important cars in the company's history. It might not be its best seller, but Nissan's Z-cars helped put the company on the map over half a century ago. Most recently, the Nissan 350Z and 370Z offered affordable fun performance for over two decades. Trying to build on that success and keep the Z-name alive in a market dominated by crossover SUVs, Nissan brought its Z back without a numerical prefix. Now just named Z, Nissan stuffed a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 under the hood that's good for 400 hp. Naturally, the Nismo version cranks the performance up a notch and offers more power and a revised suspension. However, this extra power comes with a price hike and no manual transmission. On this episode of Quick Spin, Autoweek's West Coast editor Mark Vaughn hops behind the wheel of the 2024 Nissan Z Nismo and puts it through its paces. Vaughn takes you on a tour of the '24 Nissan Z Nismo and highlights some of his favorite features. Later, Vaughn takes you along for a live drive review. Host Wesley Wren chats with Vaughn about the Nissan Z and the lack of a manual transmission. The pair also look at the Nissan Z's competition and price. Closing the show, the pair break down what makes the Nissan Z special.
Jason Walker and Eric Frandsen react to Green Canyon's second upset in as many weeks, this time taking down Park City. Then a preview of Ridgeline's matchup with Crimson Cliffs. Will the Riverhawks make it an all-Region 11 title game? A preview of the Utah Jazz in their first NBA In-Season Tournament game and a look at all the football games in the Mountain West this weekend.
*Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship: Come out tonight and here Mr. Joel Tay of Creation Ministries International CMI. His talk is on "The Truth About Dinosaurs". People of all ages are captivated by dinosaurs. Unfortunately, evolutionists use dinosaurs to indoctrinate the young and the old with an earth history that includes millions of years but has no room for the Bible. But the Bible is the key to understanding these enigmatic ‘lizards'. *Royal Truman PhD: Listen in to hear a highly trained chemist's explanation of abiogenesis theories and experiments in light of chemistry. Royal is fluent in five languages and received bachelor's degrees in chemistry and computer science from SUNY Buffalo, an M.B.A from the University of Michigan, his PhD in organic chemistry from Michigan State, with post-graduate studies in bioinformatics at the universities of Mannheim and Heidelberg in Germany. Royal believes the God of Abraham created the universe recently, and that His Son Jesus Christ is the savior of the world. *Ever Learning: But never coming to an understanding of the truth. Green Deal Assessor and alien theorist Christopher McFaddon gets our discussion on abiogenesis started with his list of currently fashionable theories for the origins of life without God. *Throwing Water on Abiogenesis: Hear senior “astrobiologist” Dr. Mary Voytek respond to the question of water's relationship to the origin of life as posed to her by Bob Enyart and Real Science Radio.
This is an archive of the Green Canyon vs Park City 4A semifinal football broadcast at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Nov. 9, 2023. Unfortunately due to a recording error, the audio begins with 1:45 to go in the 2nd quarter.
Explore the rich history of Santa Barbara's Mission Canyon. We delve into the evolution of the mission, architectural challenges, and periods of secular use. We uncover the development of Mission Canyon, creation of water systems, significant landmarks -like the Rockwood Inn, and the transformative impact of the 1911 mission tunnel. A Santa Barbara key focus is the preservation efforts, spotlighting attractions such as the Botanic Gardens and the Rose Garden Park. We end the episode highlighting the area's allure for hiking and its reputation as a sought-after residential neighborhood in Santa Barbara. Scott Williams Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Scott@ScottWilliams.com (805)451-9300 DRE# 00628741
Rouleur Live is the best bike show in the world, and the 2023 edition was the best ever edition. Rouleur editor Edward Pickering joins photojournalist James Startt for a wander around the show, picking out a few highlights.Featuring:Puncheur: https://www.puncheur.be/Q36.5: https://www.q36-5.com/en-gb/Swi: https://www.swi-cycling.com/enRocket espresso: https://rocket-espresso.com/Bravur watches: https://bravurwatches.com/Lotus bikes: https://www.lotuscars.com/en-GB/type-136Ribble: https://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/Condor: https://www.condorcycles.com/Pirelli: https://www.pirelli.com/tyres/en-gb/bikeCinelli: https://www.cinelli-milano.com/Canyon: https://www.canyon.com/en-gb/Mark Gunter photography awards: https://www.rouleur.cc/blogs/the-rouleur-journal/the-mark-gunter-photo-awards-the-winnersRetro bike displays of Colnago and Bianchi. Bianchi bikes and jersey display courtesy of https://www.cicliartigianali.co.uk/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Good morning! It's a great day in JESUS! This Episode 179 is our Wednesday Street Sermon "Paul's sister's son heard" from Acts 23.16 from 9th and Canyon here in Boulder, Colorado. (It's linked to its video on our channel.) Enjoy!—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
Cullen Chen and Wesley Kwok are the founders of Nodus Watches, a small watch brand that makes great looking, unique watches that don't cost a kidney. It was Nodus that reached out to Matt to collaborate, resulting in the amazing "Canyon" watch that sold out in minutes. A second run, now with a new color, is coming soon. On this show we talk about what goes into starting a brand, designing and engineering a watch, the problems with suppliers, tiny spare parts, answer Patreon questions. https://www.noduswatches.com/ Sign up for Be the Match Head to factormeals.com/tire50 and use code tire50 to get 50% off. Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SMOKINGTIRE for $20 off your first purchase. Terms apply. Go to PrizePicks.com/tire and use code tire for a first deposit match up to $100! Want your question answered? To listen to the episode the day it's recorded? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast Use Off The Record! and ALWAYS fight your tickets! Enter code TST10 for a 10% discount on your first case on the Off The Record app, or go to http://www.offtherecord.com/TST. Spotify:Apple Podcasts:Google Music:Web player: #cars #comedy #podcastTweet at us!https://www.Twitter.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Twitter.com/zackklapman Instagram:https://www.Instagram.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Instagram.com/therealzackklapman Click here for the most honest car reviews out there: https://www.youtube.com/thesmokingtire
Fred and Doug Interview Dr. Phil Dennis about the doppler effect, the one way speed of light, and the problems with Lisle's Anisotropic Synchrony Convention Dr. Dennis's Slides: If you want to follow along with our interview with Dr. Dennis, you might want to check out his previous appearance here, watch on the RSR YouTube Channel, or you'll definitely want to open up his slides! Aim High: Fred Williams and Doug McBurney welcome back physicist Phil Dennis, who holds a PhD from the University of Missouri in Physics. Dr. Dennis's work included providing algorithms for the Hubble Space Telescope, tracking algorithms, and other mathematical algorithms and was recognized by NASA for his work. Rearranging Reichenbach: Hear how Jason Lisle's Anisotropic Synchrony Convention has the same problem of moving the goalposts ala physicists from the previous century. Eternalism vs Presentism: Hear why a commitment to eternalism implies that time is an illusion, and/or that time travel is possible, (neither of which we at RSR believe to be the case). The Need for Speed: Dr. Dennis believes we can indeed measure the one way speed of light, (addressed by Bob and Fred previously on RSR). Dr. Dennis cites Cal Tech's Femtosecond Camera.
Dr John Gillies has had a life long love of Skippers Canyon, and his new book showcases his paintings of the iconic gorge in Otago. He was born in 1945, and discovered his love of art at St Andrew's College, while studying figure drawing under sculptor Tom Taylor. But it wasn't art that became his first career. Instead he attended Otago University medical school, graduating in 1972 after a short stint in Vietnam with the New Zealand Combined Services Medical Team. He went on to become the clinical director of respiratory medicine for the Canterbury District Health Board, before retiring in 2006. Throughout his time as a medical professional he regularly created and exhibited new paintings, and also founded the New Zealand Association of Artist Doctors.
The BLM's recent decision to close a third of off-road vehicle trails in Labyrinth Canyon near Moab has caused a major controversy. The State of Utah and motorized recreation groups appealed the decision earlier this week. The appeals come just a few days after Utah Senator Mike Lee proposed a bill in protest of the closures. We also hear from KSJD about a new store on the Navajo Nation that sells drinking water to a community with limited access to potable water. We also hear from KHOL about the status of Wyoming's abortion ban. Plus, KSUT and KSJD reports on the Southern Ute Tribe's response to a new movie called "Killers of the Flower Moon." //Photo: Labyrinth Canyon is still the site of over 800 miles of OHV trails. Photo by Ray Bloxham for SUWA. //Show Notes: //KZMU: BLM closes over 300 miles of roads to OHV use https://soundcloud.com/user-452372146-352514478/blm-closes-over-300-miles-of-roads-to-ohv-use-plus-weekly-the-news-reel
The Orphans are caught in a small Mexican town during a rescue operation, surrounded by Carrion zombie-like creatures. Their escape lies mere yards away as they battle through zombie luchadores when a howl is heard in the distance - the Lobos Brothers are on the prowl - and they too have succumbed to the Carrion Virus!Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the immediate aftermath of Thanos' Snap, this series follows the exploits a group of young heroes trying to find their way in this near apocalyptic new world. Left completely alone after the Blip, they are brought together by chance - will they get past their differences and forge a new path or wallow in their misery? These are the Orphans of the Blip!A Marvel Superheroes RPG Live Play utilizing Foundry VTTCheck out these other Dreamslayer Studios recommendations: Dreamslayer Studios RPG Podcast - edited for your listening pleasure! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dreamslayer-studios-rpg-podcast/id1549919041Dreamslayer Studios' first Actual Play series: The Great American Novel by Christopher Grey - Devil's Canyon: https://youtu.be/PaUfI-2SGqYDreamslayer Studios' Classic Marvel Superheroes RPG Live Play - IROSHAN Gods and Monsters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1jDqzufIrg&list=PLZrWbwUCH4XA3EeGmthj67Y_fUMOpU2h-Music from this episode may come from the following sources: https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/https://tabletopaudio.com/https://www.digitaljuice.com/
On Today's Job Board we have, Peccary digging up fairways in Sedona, wrangling Rattlesnakes, And many more wildlife stories. Attempted theft at Dan's shop and Barefoot loiterer at the Canyon's shop. Most stressful overseed in 20yrs, we grow grass for rich people, And of course Course happenings. Let's Tee Off!Beers Drank While recording:Juicy Jingweeds Session IPA: Simple Machine Brewing Company (5% ABV, 65 IBUs)Show Sponcer:Southwest Turf Support
Stories in this episode: - Creepy Canyon, by irkallan - Weird Happenings Around My House, by Ecstatic_Scene3807 - I Think I Died in a Motorcycle Crash, by NationalSimp - I Think a Demon Paid Me a Visit, by HereForHorror_ - Eyelid Shadow Men, by no_name_maddox - Am I Being Followed or Targeted by a Demon, by Brina S. Submissions: email@example.com Listen ad-free and support the show for only $5 a month by signing up for our Patreon! You'll also hear episodes at a crystal clear 320 kbps. Head over to patreon.com/oddtrails. Connect with us on Instagram @oddtrailspodcast or on the Cryptic County Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/433173970399259 Check out the other Cryptic County podcasts like Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast and the Old Time Radiocast at CrypticCountyPodcasts.com or wherever you get your podcasts! All stories were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at BetterHelp.com/TRAILS and get on your way to being your best self. - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1n7wNZGJJ3Oc31O4TYx4x3 - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1598762965
By Davy Crockett This part will cover additional stories found through deeper research, adding to the history shared in found in the new book, Grand Canyon Rim to Rim History. Grand Canyon rim to rim hikes and runs become very popular as thousands descend into the Canyon each year. Fastest known times for R2R and R2R2R runs are broken. In 1991, Jerry Chavez, a Vietnam veteran of Leadville, Colorado, worked for the NPS. He operated the pump station at Indian Garden, which pumped water up to the South Rim. He lived year-round at a nice residence down at Indian Garden. Chavez was also a member of the park's 20-member rescue team and kept in shape by running rim-to-rim. Chavez said that the “dumbest thing” he saw was people hiking without food or water. “Chavez had seen a lot of weird things in the Canyon, including a guy hiking in a dusty tuxedo and women in high-heel shoes.” Often, he would rescue hikers suffering from heatstroke. One recent case was particularly bad. He remembered, “When I saw that man, he looked like death. We had to carry him up a mile. His temperature was 109. We were running water from a creek and kept pouring it on him. When they flew him to Flagstaff, he still had a temperature of 105. The doctor called and said whoever worked on him saved his life. The guy walked out of the hospital as normal as can be.” Chavez was awarded a National Park Service achievement award. Out-of-shape parents were often seen bringing down small children. On a winter day in 1989, Chavez was out for a run and found parents with two small children and heavy packs. “The kids were lying in the snow and crying. I told them, ‘You're going to have to carry those kids out.'” He offered to help, but the father refused and yelled at the kids about 2-3 years old. Finally, Chavez got permission to rescue the kids and carry them out. Amphitheater High School Double Cross During the summer of 1991, cross-country runner Virginia Hope Pedersoli (1974-) and others from Amphitheater High School in Tucson, Arizona, achieved a double-crossing giving publicity to the feat to other high schools. The group went down South Kaibab at dawn and reached the North Rim in ten hours. They ate lunch and headed back, finishing in the early morning at about 3 a.m. for a 21.5-hour double cross. Pedersoli said, “It was awesome. Walk until you are dead and then walk some more. It's hard to explain. While I was doing it, I wanted to quit, but after I was done, I wanted to do it again.” She went on to win five state championships in track and cross-country and competed in track and cross-country at the University of Arizona. President Bush on South Kaibab Trail On September 18, 1991, South Kaibab Trail was totally shut down with federal agents crawling around it with rifles and large binoculars. President George H. W. Bush (1924-2018), visited the Canyon and descended down the trail with a group that included Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan (1928-2019). The president wore loafers that became coated with dust and sweat drenched the back of his shirt. He chatted quite a bit about the views and the fishing in the Colorado River and at Phantom Ranch. He really wanted to get to the bottom, but they turned around after going down 685 feet to Ooh Ahh Point. After they turned around, Bush left most of his group behind and powered up the trail. His hike lasted about an hour and covered 1.8 miles. Major Destruction of the Kaibab Trail in 1992 During February 1992, a major rockslide destroyed a large portion of the North Kaibab Trail between Supai Tunnel and the bridge across the ravine below. It took out nearly 9,000 feet of switchbacks. The slopes had been soaked by early winter rains, became very muddy, and then crashed down into the canyon. Bruce Aiken at Roaring Springs reported, “Rebuilding the trail is going to be very difficult. It will take at least two months, maybe longer.” Hikers were given directions to use the Old Br...
This week Fred and Doug welcome scientist and creation researcher Sal Cordova, a bio-molecular physics researcher. He has published with the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Springer/Nature, Oxford University Press, and Creation Research Society Quarterly. His Christian testimony, life story, and advocacy of Intelligent Design (ID) appeared in the journal Nature. He was featured on national TV, radio, magazines and in the 2008 motion picture "Expelled". He presently holds five degrees: an MS in Applied Physics from Johns Hopkins, a BS in Computer Science, BS Electrical Engineering with a minor in Music, BS in Mathematics with a minor in Physics, an unaccredited MS equivalent in Biology. Sal is presently preparing to enter a doctoral program in Engineering, and graduated Dulles Aviation flight school. He was a senior engineer and scientist in the aerospace and defense industry at MITRE (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Research and Engineering) and Army Night Vision Labs. He worked for Cornell genetic engineer John C. Sanford in areas of population genetics and protein biology. Engineering Biology: 1/3 of engineers are graduating into careers in biology because the skill set fits the necessary analysis of God's amazing engineering. Evolution Fairy Tale: See the website that helped Sal Cordova realize that the story of evolution was never even fit for children's story time. Trading Genesis: Sal laments the state of Cristian Academia regarding creation and real science. Survival of the Sickest? Find out how some of the greatest minds in medicine are left explaining that humanity needs disease. Encode Ends Evolution: Hear Sal's insights on the ongoing destruction of evolutionary theory being wrought by the ENCODE project. The Eye of the Beholder: Sal and Fred connect information science, engineering and genetic dots describing, (for example) the incredible design of the human eye. Redefining Fitness: Hear how the publications of leading evolutionary biologists prove their uselessness to anything save further documenting the absurdity of their field. Alu, Transcriptones, and the End of the Argument: While evolutionary biologists tend to view genetic hardware and data as junk, engineers see it for what it is - memory storage units and computer code!
Why do all the characters in Phantom Canyon look so familiar? In this episode of Distory, we mosey on into the town of Phantom Canyon where playful spooks are having a (western-themed) swinging wake. As we inch through this fascinating alternative to the Haunted Mansion graveyard scene, we compare Marc Davis's and Mary Blair's original concept art for Western River Expedition to what made it into Phantom Manor, find some familiar faces, and discover stories from Victorian literature that inspired this spooky netherworld. After telling a few ghost stories of our own and flying through the vortex, we escape the manor only to find ourselves in Boot Hill cemetery, which has its own sordid history laced with scandal and mystery. Join us LIVE on TikTok every Friday at 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern for more Distory! Kate: @disneycicerone Kirk: @walruscarp You can also find us on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and at disneycicerone.com & walruscarp.com View full video versions of each episode at Disney Cicerone's YouTube channel HERE OR on the Spotify version of our podcast. Distory T-shirts and Stickers WalrusCarp T-shirts & Merch Books we mention in this episode: The Haunted Mansion: Imagineering a Disney Classic Marc Davis in His Own Words Disneyland Paris Phantom Manor Decrypted Kate's books on Amazon --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/disneycicerone/support
Welcome to Downtime Goes Downhill, a podcast mini-series that's taking you with us as we have a go at racing downhill at both a regional and national level as well as chatting to some of the world's best to help us and you ride bikes down hills faster. Downtime Goes Downhill wouldn't be happening without the support of some incredible brands. So a massive thanks to Canyon bikes, Fox suspension, Wahoo Fitness, Fox clothing and protection, Maxxis tyres, Magura brakes and We Are One Composites wheels. This is episode seven, which covers our last race of the season at the final round of the Pearce series in Hopton. Hear about our less than great preparation, find out why I've not been riding bikes very much lately and hear about the progress that Ben and Jonny have made over the season. So sit back, hit play and listen to episode seven of Downtime Goes Downhill with me, Ben and Jonny. Podcast Stuff Patreon I would love it if you were able to support the podcast via a regular Patreon donation. Donations start from as little as £3 per month. That's less than £1 per episode and less than the price of a take away coffee. Every little counts and these donations will really help me keep the podcast going and hopefully take it to the next level. To help out, head here. Merch If you want to support the podcast, and represent, then my webstore is the place to head. All products are 100% organic, shipped without plastics, and made with a supply chain that's using renewable energy. So check it out now over at downtimepodcast.com/shop. Newsletter If you want a bit more Downtime in your life, then you can join my newsletter where I'll provide you with a bit of behind the scenes info on the podcast, interesting bits and pieces from around the mountain bike world, some mini-reviews of products that I've been using and like, partner offers and more. You can do that over at downtimepodcast.com/newsletter. Follow Us Give us a follow on Instagram @downtimepodcast or Facebook @downtimepodcast to keep up to date and chat in the comments. For everything video, including riding videos, bike checks and more, subscribe over at youtube.com/downtimemountainbikepodcast. Are you enjoying the podcast? If so, then don't forget to follow it. Episodes will get delivered to your device as soon as it's available and it's totally free. You'll find all the links you need at downtimepodcast.com/follow. You can find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google and most of the podcast apps out there. Our back catalogue of amazing episodes is available at downtimepodcast.com/episodes Photo - Sadie Aldridge
You all have been waiting for this one…Grab your stanley cup and get cozy, Mamas. Alyson shares her recent birth story with baby #2. Let's just say…it didn't quite go as planned. Dr. Marcy Crouch gives some postpartum recovery advice for Mamas who may find themselves in similar birthing situations like Alyson did. Sometimes things are just completely out of our control, and that's okay. When it comes to birth plans, sometimes we need to pivot. “Pivot…Pivot!” We've all seen that Friends episode, right? Anywho…Join us, motherhood wellness expert Alyson Hempsey and women's health expert and pelvic floor physical therapist Dr. Marcy Crouch, every Wednesday for new episodes of No Mama Left Behind. We share a variety of topics related to motherhood, pregnancy, the postpartum period, recovery, mental health, vaginas, and everything in between!Do you have a birth story you'd like to share? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will read it on air!Selected Links:Listen to Alyson's birth story from Season 1Our Sponsors and Affiliates:Shop Shine Cosmetics and save 10% off your order with the code NMLB.Check out Mixhers -All-natural remedies made by women for women to help with periods, libido, PMS, anxiousness, sleep, & more. Use code NMLB10 at checkout!SRC Health: Medical compression wear for every stage of a woman's journey. Use code NMLB at checkout for 10% off.Use code NMLB20 for 20% off your order of Sound, a sparkling water for all of your senses!Looking for a baby carrier? We've partnered with CO Family Gear to give you $20 off the CO Carrier. Use code NOMAMALEFT20 for $20 off a complete CO Carrier set.Use code NMLB for 15% off our favorite lubricant, Coconu!Looking for your own pelvic health solution? Check out Intimate Rose and use code NMLB at checkout.Need more support, Mama?- Use code "NMLB" for Alyson's program, The Mamahood, and receive your first month free.- Sign up for early access to Dr. Marcy's Birth Prep and Postpartum coursesConnect With Us:We love to hear from you! Share your birth and postpartum stories or just say hi!Support the Show | Website | Send us an Email | Instagram | Subscribe Support the show
Interview Starts at 26:55 Brandan Pundai joins us for a chat about Freedom and Sovereignty and his journey learning about all the different paths towards this. There is a lot of scammers out there and disinfo on how to become "free", and he has listened to our past shows about this topic and has helped us along the way. Interesting to see where he lands on this now after changing his mind a few times along the way. It's about the law and how to interpret and understand the law. We chat about the difference between the USA and Canada etc, American Nationals, obtaining natural rights, covid mandates, creating your own 'Republic', stories about those avoiding property taxes, stock accounts through securitized bonds, affidavits, and notices of liability. https://www.instagram.com/brandanpundai/ In the intro we chat about Contact at the Cabin, Hunting, Grimerica Outlawed, and Eclipse at the Canyon. If you would rather watch: https://rumble.com/v3pzxrv-brandan-pundai-freedom-and-sovereignty.-in-ancient-texts-and-todays-ridicul.html https://rokfin.com/stream/40302 Help support the show, because we can't do it without ya. If you value this content with 0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites, please assist. Many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!! Support the show directly: http://www.grimerica.ca/support https://www.patreon.com/grimerica http://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca/support www.Rokfin.com/Grimerica Check out our next trip/conference/meetup - Contact at the Cabin www.contactatthecabin.com Our audio book page: www.adultbrain.ca Adultbrain Audiobook YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@adultbrainaudiobookpublishing Grimerica Media YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@grimerica/featured Darren's book www.acanadianshame.ca Grimerica on Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-2312992 Join the chat / hangout with a bunch of fellow Grimericans Https://t.me.grimerica https://www.guilded.gg/i/EvxJ44rk Get your Magic Mushrooms delivered from: Champignon Magique Mushroom Spores, Spore Syringes, Best Spore Syringes,Grow Mushrooms Spores Lab Buy DMT Canada Other affiliated shows: https://grimericaoutlawed.ca/The newer controversial Grimerica Outlawed Grimerica Show Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/grimerica-outlawed http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/grimerica-outlawed Sign up for our newsletter https://grimerica.substack.com/ SPAM Graham = and send him your synchronicities, feedback, strange experiences and psychedelic trip reports!! email@example.com InstaGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_grimerica_show_podcast/ Tweet Darren https://twitter.com/Grimerica Can't. Darren is still deleted. Purchase swag, with partial proceeds donated to the show: www.grimerica.ca/swag Send us a postcard or letter http://www.grimerica.ca/contact/ Episode ART - Napolean Duheme's site http://www.lostbreadcomic.com/ MUSIC https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/ - Forever Wavy Felix's Site sirfelix.bandcamp.com - Shangri-La