American astrophysicist, cosmologist, author and science educator
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“People who have been to space really do speak about it with great reverence. And it is for that reason that we want to take people to space in our car. Neutral zero emission spaceship, spaceship vacuum, which as you saw is not a rocket. Enormous balloons. It's a very gentle flight. We want to take leaders to space. We want to take artists to space. We want to have teachers go to space.” Jane Poynter at Earth Day Network's Climate Leadership Gala With all the news coverage of NASA and private companies going to space, including with civilians, it's important to remember the carbon footprint of those journeys. Imagine how much energy those trips use. And, though they are also doing climate research up there, the capsules and rockets are not generally carbon neutral. Can they be? Jane Poynter says they can be carbon neutral and is putting her money and reputation on the line to prove it. The veteran space executive and Biosphere 2 leader now founded Space Perspectives, with the blessing of Carl Sagan's widow too, to take civilians into space in a carbon neutral way. Listen to Jane Poynter explain how in this extraordinary conversation with Electric Ladies host Joan Michelson conducted at the Earth Day Network Climate Leadership Gala (so there will be a lot of background sound). You'll hear: How Space Perspective is making space travel carbon neutral (from fuel to materials). Who is paying for it (and what it will cost you to take ride with them) The general carbon footprint of today's space shuttles and private companies' space travel. How her experience in Biosphere 2 led to Space Perspectives. Plus, insightful career advice, such as… “There are so many ways to make a difference, right?... I think at the end of the day, you have to be true to yourself and what is it that fires you up. And, and what is it that that does light that fire within you that you have to pursue, that you're driven to pursue, and then go pursue it. And, you know, sometimes it takes going in at a level that maybe you don't feel is your level. Maybe it's beneath you, but if you are trying to move into a slightly adjacent career, you have to do that. Cuz you have to work your way up sometimes. And it's also the best way to learn.” Jane Poynter on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here too. You'll also like: · Kristen Siemen, Chief Sustainability Officer of General Motors · Suzy Deering, Chief Marketing Officer of Ford – on bringing change to a legacy industry as an outsider. · Neha Palmer, Founder/CEO of TeraWatt Infrastructure on charging for EV trucks · Jackie Birdsall, Toyota, Senior Engineer, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Jennifer Gerbi, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Acting Director, ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson
Will Freedom Prevail Against Digital Tyranny? With Doug Casey According to Doug Casey "Governments will probably mandate Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) as the “solution” when the next real or contrived crisis hits—which is likely not far off." Casey returns to the Outer Limits of Inner Truth to discuss CBDC's and his other predictions for the coming year. Buckle up because it's going to be a bumpy ride. -------------- Best-selling author, world-renowned speculator, and brilliant libertarian philosopher Doug Casey returns to the Outer Limits of Inner Truth for the fifth time. Casey offers his latest worldview perspectives and shares a lot of great ideas on how to insulate yourself from the Orwellian Era. Doug Casey has garnered a well-earned reputation for his erudite (and often controversial) insights into politics, economics, and investment markets. Doug is widely respected as one of the preeminent authorities on “rational speculation,” especially in the high-potential natural resource sector. Doug wrote the book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil: his book Crisis Investing spent weeks as #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and became the best-selling financial book of 1980 with 438,640 copies sold; surpassing big-caliber names, like Free to Choose by Milton Friedman, The Real War by Richard Nixon, and Cosmos by Carl Sagan. He has been a featured guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows, including David Letterman, Merv Griffin, Charlie Rose, Phil Donahue, Regis Philbin, Maury Povich, NBC News, and CNN; has been the topic of numerous features in periodicals such as Time, Forbes, People, and the Washington Post; and is a regular keynote speaker at FreedomFest, the world's largest gathering of free minds. Doug has lived in 10 countries and visited over 175. He currently spends most of his time in Argentina and Uruguay, and traveling to various dysfunctional hellholes. Today you're most likely to find him at La Estancia de Cafayate, an oasis tucked away in the high red mountains outside Salta, Argentina. Cafayate most resembles the isolating beauty of Bryce Canyon, Utah combined with the lush vineyards of Napa Valley. Residents enjoy economic and social freedoms not found in the US and some of the best wine and golf on the planet. Website Link: ================================================= Recent Articles on International Man Doug Casey on the Death of Privacy… and What Comes Next Doug Casey on Rising Crime, Legalized Shoplifting, and Other Disturbing Trends in US Cities Doug Casey on Why the US Is Headed into Its Fourth Turning
The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYFBuFKXTlE From November 15, 2019. In this episode, some astronomers, a former astronaut, the current director of the Space Telescope Science Institute as well as the wife of Carl Sagan himself, got together and wrote a white paper that makes the case for a telescope, named after the famous astronomer Carl Sagan, that will look for and directly image planets like Earth around other stars. Read the white paper here: http://bit.ly/351Gfhi Astro 2020: https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/decadal-survey-on-astronomy-and-astrophysics-2020-astro2020 We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Bill rambles with comic legend Steven Wright about the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, making people laugh as a kid, and his new book 'HAROLD', available May 16th everywhere books are sold. From the outside, Harold is an average seven-year-old third grader growing up in the 1960s. Bored by school. Crushing on a girl. Likes movies and baseball—especially the hometown Boston Red Sox. Enjoys spending time with his grandfather. But inside Harold's mind, things are a lot more complex and unusual. His thoughts come to him as birds flying through a small rectangle in the middle of his brain. He visits an outdoor cafe on the moon and is invited aboard a spaceship by famed astronomer Carl Sagan. He envisions his own funeral procession and wonders if the driver of the hearse has even been born yet.Harold documents the meandering, surreal, often hilarious, and always thought-provoking stream-of-consciousness ruminations of the title character during a single day in class. Saturated with the witticisms and profundities for which Wright's groundbreaking stand-up has long been venerated, this novel will change the way you perceive your daily existence. To quote one of its many memorable lines: “Everything doesn't have to make sense. Just look at the world and your life.” SimpliSafe: Go today and claim a free indoor security camera plus 20% off your order with Interactive Monitoring at www.SimpliSafe.com/BURR Stamps.com: Sign up with promo code BURR for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage, and a free digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to www.Stamps.com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code BURR.
Neste episódio, Bárbara e Babica usam ideias de Carl Sagan para explicar como funciona o método científico e como é preciso ser cético. Mas o cético inteligente. Será que você tem um dragão na garagem?
BUY Michio Kaku's New Book: https://amzn.to/3p10D1q Support Our Show on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/JulianDorey Subscribe To Our Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChs-BsSX71a_leuqUk7vtDg (***TIMESTAMPS in description below) ~ Michio Kaku is a world-renowned theoretical physicist, NYT bestselling author, futurist, String Theory Co-Founder and popularizer of science. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Albert Einstein & Michio's earliest day w/ Science 5:21 - Why String Theory is music of Universe / Multiverse 10:57 - Michio responds to Eric Weinstein's criticism on Joe Rogan 15:08 - The 11 Dimensions of the Universe 18:41 - Ancient Greece's Pythagoras & String Theory 21:40 - The story of an Ancient Roman Computer; The 3 Kinds of Computers; Alan Turing 27:01 - The Quantum Race, Moore's Law, & Our Quantum Universe 30:46 - How do Quantum Computers work?; Quantum Nature 36:24 - What if China gets Quantum Computers first?; Laser Beams 39:42 - AI & Quantum; ChatGPT & AI Chatbots 43:32 - Quantum and robots; Robots compared to animals 48:47 - The next 200 years of robots; Avatars 52:40 - Half Biological alien existence; Digitizing Einstein & Churchill 55:09 - Quantum Immortality; Reprogramming DNA & ending aging 1:00:35 - Silicon Valley & Quantum Supremacy 1:02:42 - The 3 Types of Civilizations in the Universe; The Planck Energy & Alice in Wonderland 1:09:11 - Time Traveling; Parallel Universes & The Multiverse 1:17:06 - Multiverses & Simulation Theory 1:19:36 - God, The Big Bang Theory, & Baby Universes 1:24:10 - Meaning of Life; The 2 Meanings of Everything, Why our universe is stable 1:33:20 - How do we prove String Theory (M Theory); Dark Matter 1:35:57 - Aliens & UFOs; Alien Drones, & Von Neumann Probes 1:43:37 - Why haven't aliens tried to destroy us? 1:45:25 - Invisibility; Aliens walking among us; David Fravor & Parallax Effect 1:49:57 - DARPA Secret Technology; James Fox & Aliens simulating sightings 1:54:05 - 3 Reasons Why Humans are Dominant Species; Famous people aliens? 1:58:09 - How confident is Michio Aliens / UFOs have been here?; The Pentagon Tapes 2:01:25 - Aliens & CIA; Avatars among us 2:04:18 - Carl Sagan & Alien Gods; The Aztecs & Cortes; Alien attitudes 2:07:20 - The Universe is enormous; Aquatic Life in the Galaxy; Hydrogen / Solar Power 2:11:43 - Lithium Batteries & Quantum Computing 2:14:17 - Quantum can simulate ancient history & Big Bang?; Quantum & Climate Change 2:18:09 - Regulating Quantum Computers; Type Zero Civilization Problems 2:24:21 - Multiplanetary Capabilities & Quantum; Fusion Rockets 2:31:05 - Quantum simulating what happens after death; Multiverse post-death existence 2:34:58 - Quantum & diseases like Cancer, Alzheimers & ALS; Merging w/ Quantum Computers 2:40:36 - Scenario where Quantum *doesn't* work?; The World in 2050 2:45:43 - How Michio views his legacy 2:48:01 - NUK3S, War & How Quantum could go bad 2:52:16 - Why Technology has a directional morality 2:58:42 - Is Michio Kaku happy? ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “JULIANDOREY”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Music via Artlist.io
Right Start Radio with Pastor Jim Custer
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence," said Carl Sagan. At Pentecost, the Spirit of God obliged. The Holy Spirit's arrival was evidence (evidence of Jesus' Ascension) and a new miracle that required explanation. Human rationalizations weren't cutting it on that morning. Peter stood up to bring the light from the Scriptures... and thus began a pattern. The divine/human partnership for spreading the gospel had begun. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS05052023_0.mp3Scripture References: John 15; Acts 2
Neste episódio, Bárbara e Babica falam sobre a importância de praticar o ceticismo, mostrando algumas idéias do cientista Carl Sagan. Com direito até a Evidências!
This episode of the Lynckup podcast is brought to you by Moode & Co. Welcome to the Lynckup podcast, where we bring you conversations with inspiring people who are making an impact in their respective fields. On this episode, we are excited to have Krista Parks, a life coach, joining us. In this conversation, we cover a wide range of topics that are sure to pique your interest. We dive into some fascinating and thought-provoking ideas, such as the concept of not using a smartphone anymore and having sex with robots. Rahul makes excuses, and we explore why discipline is greater than motivation. We also talk about DMT and quitting alcohol, as well as psychedelics. Krista shares her experience as a life coach and talks about her men's and women's retreat. We delve into the subject of men losing and trying to regain their masculinity, and we discuss why some people live a mediocre life. We even touch on the intriguing topic of whether aliens are living amongst us, and Krista shares some of her conspiracy theories. As we move further into the conversation, we explore how Krista vets her coaching clients and discuss women's sexual energy. We also debate the pros and cons of the casual sex hookup culture that dominates today's dating scene and examine why men aren't having as much sex as they used to. Bedros Keuilian and Krista's reiki training are also discussed, along with why we take our health for granted. We asked Krista for her thoughts on what the state of men is today, and we touched on Gary Vee, Carl Sagan's pale blue dot, dating momma's boys, and weak men. Overall, this episode is a fascinating and enlightening conversation that covers many intriguing topics. If you're curious about life coaching, conspiracy theories, or the state of modern masculinity, you won't want to miss this episode of the Lynckup podcast. https://www.instagram.com/kristaparks901/ https://twitter.com/bougiehippieKP https://linktr.ee/moderntribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCedAXjNilOe2WERd0ES2Ohg Sponsor links Moode & Co www.moodeand.co/ www.instagram.com/moodeandco
No es tarea sencilla definir a una personalidad única e irrepetible como Carl Sagan. Astrónomo, astrofísico, escritor y, principalmente, librepensador, fue uno de los grandes divulgadores de la década del 80 y 90. Lo hacía a través de su programa “Cosmos: un viaje personal”, el más visto en la historia de la televisión pública estadounidense. Un ciclo tan importante que aún hoy es recordado y sirvió de inspiración a muchos jóvenes, que quisieron ser científicos por esa serie. Fue alguien que, por ejemplo, debatió fuertemente sobre el calentamiento global, sobre la vida en otros planetas y combatió con firmeza a las pseudociencias. La carta que elegimos hoy fue escrita por el científico para su hija Sasha. Es un texto muy breve, en el que le dice de una forma preciosa por qué que cada uno de nosotros es un ser único y precioso desde una perspectiva cósmica. Lee el actor y director Gabriel de Cervantes. *** Si tenemos en cuenta el número casi infinito de posibilidades y caminos que conducen a nacer a una sola persona, debes estar agradecida de ser tú misma este preciso instante. Piensa en el enorme número de posibles universos alternativos en los que, por ejemplo, tus tatara-tatara-abuelos nunca se encontraron y tú nunca llegaste a existir. Tienes el placer de vivir en un planeta en el que has evolucionado para respirar el aire, beber el agua y adorar el calor de la estrella más cercana. Estás conectada con todas las generaciones y los seres vivos de este mundo a través del ADN. También con el universo, porque cada célula de tu cuerpo fue creada en los corazones de las estrellas.
Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Listening to the radio a couple weeks ago, I came across an interview discussing the 25 recordings the US Library of Congress had selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry this year. Among this list were some familiar sounds like Jimmy Buffett's “Margaritaville,” Mariah Carey's omnipresent “All I Want for Christmas is You,” John Lennon's “Imagine” and the theme song for the Super Mario Brothers Game- which immediately took me back to many Saturday mornings trying to save Princess Peach and collect as many gold coins as possible. But there was one recording that I was especially excited to hear had been selected. It's the recording of “Pale Blue Dot” by Carl Sagan. You see, the photo of the Pale Blue Dot hangs in my office. And I believe it is the single most important photograph taken in the history of the world. Let me explain.
Every year, 25 audio recordings are added to the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress. Each has been chosen because of its historical, cultural, or aesthetic importance to our nation's audio heritage.In this edition of "The Sounds of America," we speak about a recording from astrophysicist and author Carl Sagan. He was committed to making science more accessible through his speaking engagements, his media projects (such as the television series "Cosmos"), and his popular science books.In 1994, Sagan published a book called "Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space." It was inspired by a photograph of Earth taken from so far away in space that the planet looks like a pale blue dot. Sagan voiced the audiobook of Pale Blue Dot himself. And this recording has been selected for the 2023 National Recording Registry.Want to add a recording you think should be added to the National Recording Registry? Your nomination must meet three conditions; there needs to be an existing physical copy of the recording, it has to be at least ten years old, and it has to have had some significant impact on American culture. Just send the library an email firstname.lastname@example.org.The Sounds of America is produced by Jennie Cataldo for Accompany Studios.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find out how to connect with us by visiting our website.
It's the God Pod 420 Special! God and cohosts Santa and the Holy Spirit hitch their wagon to a blunt and tell weed jokes, discuss career goals, the chronic, baked goods, and read Chat GPT ‘Onion' style headlines about God, Santa, and the Holy Spirit. On ‘The GD News,' the Satanic temple starts a charter school, God sings his weed song, Carl Sagan's ‘Pale Blue Dot' bumps the bible for new NASA director's oath, Pope Francis is a F* Boy, Cosplay outlawed in Texas, propaganja, Justin Jones vs. ‘Racist Bill,' and an alcoholic dog is 30 days sober. On ‘Ask God,' you'll discover if deathbed repentance works, what God thinks about The Church of England considering using gender-neutral pronouns to refer to him, and whether God gets another tattoo. On ‘Listener Feedback,' Holy Spirit's ASMR reviews, and no damnation for being a Santa lover. And anarchy breaks loose on the ‘Santa Free-Time,' segment. THANK YOU to our Sponsors! If you're looking for an easier way to take supplements, Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/GODPOD The God Pod: Have It Yahweh! After 6000 years of running the universe, God realized that Satan is kicking his butt, like, really bad. Over the centuries and despite lots of trying, God has not been able to smite the forces of evil. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Full of fun and heart, the God Pod is a twice-weekly opportunity for God to hang out with his fellow deities and maybe even meet some interesting humans. NEW EPISODES MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS Join our Discord chat server: https://discord.gg/7v3Cc4pjMC The God Pod is everywhere! https://linktr.ee/godpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here We Go with Josh Rosenberg
Let's really jump into some deep stuff, including the electrical activity in our brains and endless mattress ads. One of those things is far less significant, but this episode jumps around a bit, y'hear. It also jumps into the original human leadership skills, Carl Sagan's wisdom, Triangle of Sadness, Artificial Intelligence replacing all of our jobs, dealing with MDDS and benzos. Lots of benzo talk to be honest. So, take a breathe, stream away, and settle into a moment of pure delight. Not a bad plan! You are loved, you are safe, you are valued. Logo art by Brandon Lai Music by Micah Julius Calmness prescribed by Dr. Nandipati (twice a day)
Is there a dress code for the office anymore? Is this lack of formality and standards another sign that our civilization is in decline? Callers weigh in. Did your spouse leave for a same sex partner? If so, how did you react? Callers have stories. Fox News has agreed to pay Dominion almost $800M to settle the voting machine company's lawsuit against the network. Someone should sue The NY Times and Washington Post for the Russia Hoax?... A NASA official takes the oath of office on a Carl Sagan book… Dennis talks to Jason Fyk, free speech advocate. He's suing the giant social media companies.Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Cognitive neuroscientist and science writer, Bobby Azarian, returns to the Integral Stage for a deep and wide-ranging discussion of the emerging scientific paradigm -- the complexity science paradigm arising out of the intersections of physics, biology, neuroscience, and information theory -- that will likely shape self, culture, and society for the next century. If the universe is now known to be self-organizing through levels of developmental emergence, and if we are, as Carl Sagan once said, "a way for the cosmos to know itself," what really are the implications of such a view for all the domains of life that matter to us? This perspective, of course, is in its general outlines very similar to the one Ken Wilber outlined in Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, but the science has developed since Wilber published SES; so Bobby and Layman explore those developments, and how they further reinforce, and in some cases update, the synthesis Wilber offered several decades ago. Bobby Azarian is a cognitive neuroscientist (PhD, George Mason University), a science journalist, and author of the book The Romance of Reality: How the Universe Organizes Itself to Create Life, Consciousness, and Cosmic Complexity. He has written for The Atlantic, The New York Times, BBC Future, Scientific American, Slate, The Huffington Post, Quartz, The Daily Beast, Aeon, and others. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals like Human Brain Mapping, Cognition & Emotion, Acta Psychologica, and Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. His Psychology Today blog (Mind in the Machine) has received over 8 million views, making it one of the most popular blogs on the website. He has been a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, the Michael Shermer Show, The David Pakman Show, The Jim Rutt Show, The Young Turks, the Singularity University podcast, and many others. He helped develop multiple episodes for Season 2 of the YouTube Premium series Mind Field, which won the show its first Emmy nomination. He is a pro at audio and music production, and is currently working on an educational podcast based on his new book.
On this episode, we are sharing our thoughts on Infinity with the help of our new telescope Vespera! Stargazing can be a very useful tool for your mental health and a good dose of reality and humility of just how infinite the universe is. We also share our latest books we're listening to from Carl Sagan & Andy Weir, as well as the latest image from JWST, and our thoughts about the potential alien life out there. What do YOU think? Let us know in the comments! Big Quesions/Thoughts for this episode: How big is infinity? Do we even have the mental capacity to truly understand how infinite it really is? What is it about stargazing and constellations that has the power to change humanity through storytelling and culture? Is there Alien life out there? What's your favorite sci-fi first contact book or movie? Do I have to be the smartest person in the room to consider myself a good scientist or engineer? Or is there more to it than that? We'd love to know your thoughts and questions! Email us at email@example.com SOURCES: Carl Sagan's CONTACT (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3L3GUXm Andy Weir's PROJECT HAIL MARY (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3L3GUXm https://www.instagram.com/todayinspacepod https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2023/nasa-s-webb-scores-another-ringed-world-with-new-image-of-uranus https://vaonis.com/vespera -------------------------- Here's to building a fantastic future - and continued progress in Space (and humanity)! Spread Love, Spread Science Alex G. Orphanos We'd like to thank our sponsors: Caldera Lab Manscaped AG3D Printing Follow us: @todayinspacepod on Instagram/Twitter @todayinspace on TikTok /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Support the podcast: • Get 20% OFF at Caldera Lab - use code SPACE or go to calderalab.com/SPACE • Get 20% OFF@manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod #sponsored • Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop - ag3dprinting.etsy.com • Get a free quote on your next 3D printing project at ag3d-printing.com • Donate at todayinspace.net #space #rocket #podcast #people #spacex #moon #science #3dprinting #nasa #tothemoon #spacetravel #spaceexploration #solarsystem #spacecraft #technology #carlsagan #aerospace #spacetechnology #engineer #alien #stem #listenable #iss #alienlife #astronomy #astrophysics
Please support the show at https://www.patreon.com/friendlyatheistpodcast. Donors now get access to a new BONUS episode. Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics. — An anti-trans lawmaker from Missouri says it's okay for 12-year-olds to get married. (0:38) — The Dalai Lama asked a child to suck his tongue. (15:08) — U.S. Latinos are ditching Catholicism and becoming “Nones.” (24:20) — A Christian public school teacher is demanding the right to include “John 3:16” in her emails. (37:06) — A NASA official swore her oath on Carl Sagan's "Pale Blue Dot." (45:36) — An anti-LGBTQ Christian mom sued Oregon for rejecting her request to adopt kids. (53:28) — Oklahoma officials rejected a taxpayer-funded Catholic charter school… for now. (1:03:29) — SPONSOR: Visit BetterHelp.com/atheist today to get 10% off your first month. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. — SPONSOR: Use my link EXPRESSVPN.COM/FRIENDLYATHEIST today and get an extra three months free on a one-year package. — SPONSOR: If you're looking for a simpler and cost-effective supplement routine, Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/ATHEIST. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever been taught the idea that mankind and monkeys are related? Of course, you have! If you have ever watched a 'science' program or almost any kind of entertainment relating scientific concepts, Darwinian evolution has a firm grasp on the creators of that content. Dr. Horstemeyer joins us for another episode where he describes much of the background behind the so-called "monkey-to-man" evolution with various examples as to the complicated history behind these fossils. He also shares his conversation with the late Dr. Carl Sagan (former host of "Cosmos") when he was a young Ph.D. student and researcher.Find Dr. Mark Horstemeyer at:https://www.liberty.edu/engineering/faculty/mark-horstemeyer/Sponsors and/or Advertisements:Revitalize to Plant, Drs. Desmond Barrett, Jeff Skinnerwww.weaponsofrighteousness.orgwww.sevenweekscoffee.comThe Empty Nest (Facebook group page)Charlie Platt & The Dirt Road Sports Show (Facebook group page, YouTube channel)http://www.citizenimpactusa.org/SWGA Creations (firstname.lastname@example.org)Please visit or contact us:email@example.comOur webpage- Creation and CompostFacebook group pageYouTube 1YouTube 2 "teach THE truth" 1 Peter 3:15-16Support the show
In this episode, we dive into the fascinating world of space exploration with our special guest, Mat Kaplan. Mat is a seasoned radio host who recently stepped away from the mic after two decades and a thousand episodes of the Planetary Society's acclaimed podcast, Planet Radio. In this interview, Mat shares his passion for science and space, his approach to presenting complex information to the public, and his secrets to conducting engaging interviews with renowned scientists, engineers, astronauts, and authors. Main Discussion: Learn about the Planetary Society, a professional home for space enthusiasts for over 22 years, and its programs and initiatives. Explore the origins of the Planetary Society, founded in 1980 by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, and Lou Friedman, with the mission to empower the world's citizens to advance space science and exploration. Discover how the Planetary Society has evolved over the years, with tens of thousands of members, and a new generation of talented staff dedicated to their vision of knowing our cosmos and our place within it. Hear about the Planetary Society's contributions to space missions, including allowing the public to share in them by putting their names on plaques or CDs, and their efforts to shepherd missions through Congress by forming a caucus for planetary science and working with the Executive Branch. Learn about the Planetary Society's new initiatives, such as its online member community and book club, and its passion for sharing the beauty and joy of space and science with everyone on Earth. Key Points: Mat Kaplan's inspiring body of work with Planet Mat Kaplan: Radio How Mat combined his twin passions for radio and space exploration Mat's approach to presenting complicated information in an accessible and fascinating way The importance of doing thorough research and homework before interviews The art of listening and being prepared to change directions during interviews Showing appreciation for the work of the guests and sharing their fascination Mat's passion and energy for the topic and how it engages listeners Elements of a good question, including finding unique nuggets of information Utilizing the internet to access resources and enhance interviews Events: Find out about the Planetary Defense Conference in Vienna and the asteroid Hunters IMAX, and how the Planetary Society is involved in these exciting initiatives. Resources Mentioned in the Episode The Planetary Society - Member Community - Book Club - Planet Radio Podcast
There's No Place Like Terra: A Stargate Podcast
This week on There's No Place Like Terra, Nixie gushes over Ahoska, Grace has an epiphany about humans, and the Universe team eats kiwi. PS - Read some fucking Carl Sagan @terrapodcast on twitter | facebook.com/theresnoplaceliketerra | patreon.com/theresnoplaceliketerra
In today's episode, Patricio Arluciaga and I discuss working together on separating the what from the how in software development. We also touch on Patricio's time in the printing industry and his subsequent transition into programming.Patricio Arluciaga on Twitter Cosmos by Carl SaganContact by Carl Sagan
Katie and Lesley co-review a book by Carl Sagan's daughter, Sasha Sagan. The book is a meditation on how rituals can serve as a celebration of life and natural wonder even from a secular perspective.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many of us individually and as a global cohort to reassess how and why we live the ways that we do and what really matters to us. Through the pandemic, we may have also felt moments of awe at the natural world and questioned our place in it. In moments like these, we're afforded glimpses into how we choose to operate in the world and understand our place in relation to everything else. Rituals play a key role in helping us make sense of the world around us, yet we often forget that they're even there. Today's guest, Sasha Sagan, picks up on this thread through her writing and podcast work.Daughter of “Cosmos” co-writer Ann Druyan and astronomer Carl Sagan, Sasha talks with host Adam Gamwell about the power of ritual for making meaning across life, death, nature, and more. She also shares how she learned to ask questions, the value of finding awe in the most mundane of rituals, and how turning our attention anew to the natural world can help us add wonder back into our lives.Show Highlights:[06:53] What inspired Sasha to create her podcast “Strange Customs”[13:04] How Sasha's parents taught her to love and ask questions[21:30] How parents may inadvertently teach their children to stop asking questions[29:33] Our beliefs and customs around language and communication[37:56] How Sasha thinks about different media as different methods for storytelling[47:56] How we dress up scientific phenomena in beliefs and customs[59:19] Why people are getting more creative with how they tackle life-defining moments[01:00:45] How we can demonstrate anthropology's value[01:03:37] How we can add awe back into our livesLinks and Resources:Strange Customs with Sasha SaganFor Small Creatures Such as We: Rituals for Finding Meaning in Our Unlikely World by Sasha Sagan (Anthrocurious' Bookstore Affiliate Link - purchasing here supports the show!)Check out Sasha Sagan's websiteConnect with Sasha Sagan via Twitter or InstagramConnect with Adam Gamwell via email, LinkedIn, or TwitterSubscribe to the This Anthro Life newsletter
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On this new episode of the God Pod: JOMAN, the legendary satirical composer, TikToker, music producer, DJ, and graduate of Nothing Special University, joins God to tackle why everything is horrible, banning TikTok, the woo to Q pipeline, EDMC, brainwashing, angry incels, the golden calf Elon Musk bro cult, media/informational literacy, sad American life statistics, toxic positivity, brain plasticity, Carl Sagan, the dumbing down of America, pseudo hippies, out of touch politicians, microplastics, redemption and forgiveness. And God has a New Commandment at the end, so DON'T MISS IT! WATCH this full episode on YouTube! This is our first FULLY ANIMATED VIDEO podcast! https://youtu.be/_UmaMawG0mw Consider following Joman on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iamjoman The God Pod: Have It Yahweh! After 6000 years of running the universe, God realized that Satan is kicking his butt, like, really bad. Over the centuries and despite lots of trying, God has not been able to smite the forces of evil. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Full of fun and heart, the God Pod is a twice-weekly opportunity for God to hang out with his fellow deities and maybe even meet some interesting humans. NEW EPISODES MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS Join our Discord chat server: https://discord.gg/7v3Cc4pjMC The God Pod is everywhere! https://linktr.ee/godpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bill Nye (the Science Guy!) on his late friend Carl Sagan, skepticism, and his gratitude for his Canadian audience. Plus, Juno-nominated singer-songwriter Begonia (23:51) on her start in music, the Coldplay song that made her feel “everything,” and the lessons you learn after releasing your debut record.
Det har gått noen måneder siden forrige episode, men Gunnar og Dag starter sterkt med historier om alt fra dickpicks til alderdom. De streifer en tur innom ulike fobier og barndomstraumer, før prater flyter naturlig over i kunstig intelligens og PornHub. Tradisjonen tro blir det også pratet om lab-leak-hypotesen og woke-debattene, før det rundes av med litt hyggeligere ting som gode TV-serier og Carl Sagan.
Born into an Amish family, Silicone Boone talks to Paul Cardall about exploring space and understanding our humanity with Silicone's album Reaches. Listening to his music and in our conversation, it's clear that his upbringing in an Anish community provided the songwriter with a large vocabulary and a mind of curiosity that flows in his poetic lyrics. Like Paul Simon, his lyrics roll off the tip of his tongue in beauty and mystery. There aren't a lot of artists with a story as unique and fascinating as that of rock musician Silicone Boone. For those that aren't aware of the sub-groups of the Amish, Old Order is the most traditional of the religious group, completely shunning the outside world. He spent 9 years of his childhood free from the conveniences of modern technology. So, imagine the world the young man discovered when Silicone's family left behind their heritage for a new faith. Today he hails from Campbellsville, KY as a husband and father. Silicone Boone's curiosity of our history as humans, the creation of the world, and our role in the vast cosmos are themes in his album, The Reaches, that I have on repeat. I'm honored to share this singer songwriter with you today on my podcast.http://siliconeboone.com/https://www.instagram.com/siliconeboone/ ABOUT THE HOST PAUL CARDALLOfficial Website - http://www.paulcardall.comFacebook - http://www.facebook.com/paulcardallmusicYotube - http://www.youtube.com/cardallInstagram - http://www.instagram.com/paulcardallLISTEN TO HIS MUSICAPPLE MUSIC - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/paul-cardall/4312819SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/artist/7FQRbf8gbKw8KZQZAJWxH2 Forbes writes of Paul Cardall, “His music creates an atmosphere where you can unwind, ponder, meditate. It can help people access spiritual feelings and peaceful emotions.” Steinway & Sons endorsed him as one of the world's finest pianists. With more than 3 billion lifetime streams, Paul Cardall is a Dove Award-winning musician, composer, and producer. His music is frequently categorized as Classical, Christian and New Age. With 11 No. 1 Billboard albums and 30 million monthly listeners Paul Cardall is one of the most listened to recording artists of our time. Paul's music was born out of his compassion to help others. He was born essentially with half a heart and before his first day was finished, surgeons cut into his infant body to save his life. He would spend virtually all of his life in and out of hospitals and recovering from heart surgeries. He received a heart transplant in 2009. Surviving and adapting to a life of chronic illness has helped Paul understand the trauma imposed, particularly on a young person and their families. Paul has made it his life's mission to create and share piano music that is healing both physically and emotionally. Two of the many projects Paul's involved with include partnering with the The Ryan Seacrest Foundation to donate keyboards to children's hospitals nationwide. Paul and his wife, Kristina, who is from Cleveland, Ohio and a former Wall-street Analyst, established scholarships for students affected by medical bills associated with congenital heart disease because he believes in getting an education regardless of terminal diagnosis. Paul served as an executive board member of the Saving tiny Hearts Society, which seeds grass roots money for federal grant research in the field of congenital heart disease. In 2011, Utah State Board of Regents awarded Paul Cardall with an honorary doctorate. Paul has collaborated with Grammy winning artists CeCe Winans and Rachel Yamagata. He released a soundtrack album with a handful of artists for the The Broken Miracle, the No. 1 best-selling Amazon novel by J.D. Netto inspired by Paul's life living with only half a heart. Collaborations include songs and performances with David Archuleta, Tyler Glenn (Neon Trees), Ty Herndon, Thompson Square, Matt Hammitt and many others. In 1999, Paul founded Stone Angel Music, a record label, whose catalogue consists of Billboard charting albums by cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, guitarist Ryan Tilby, pianist Jason Lyle Black and David Tolk, Ryan Stewart, and various artist projects with a handful of former American Idol contests like Ashley Hess, Jordon Moyes, and Kenzie Hall. In 2018, Anthem Entertainment Group, one of today's most powerful publishers, acquired Paul's catalogue along with the albums he produced for Stone Angel Music, in one of the biggest instrumental acquisitions of the music industry's history. Anthem also owns music made popular by Tim McGraw, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, the Canadian trio Rush, and countless others. American Songwriter Magazine invited Cardall is also the host of a successful podcast, All Heart with Paul Cardall, and a YouTube series All Heart Adventures, featuring Cardall in various "bucket list" scenarios--living his life to the fullest, with gratitude and appreciation. ASK ALEXA OR SIRI TO "Play Music by Paul Cardall" - - - - - - - - - - - - - Please subscribe to this podcast. Leave a review. These podcasts are free and Paul volunteers his time and resources to share with you my guests. So again, please subscribe to the podcast and leave a review.
Hugonauts: The Best Sci Fi Books of All Time
Ellie is a brilliant radio astronomer who has often felt alone in the world. When she detects an indisputably intelligent signal emanating from the Vega system, that all changes - for her and for the entire human race. The nations and people of the world begin to come together in the face of the alien intelligence, and humanity faces a simultaneous revival and crisis of faith. Ellie works with an international team of scientists to decode the layers of the Message, and eventually, they realize the Message contains plans for some kind of Machine. Should humanity invest the resources to build the Machine? And if they do, what will happen when they turn it on?Join the book club on discord!Related books we recommend:Cosmos by Carl SaganSolaris by Stanislaw LemThe Three Body Problem by Cixin LiuOr you can watch the episode on YouTube if you prefer video (and see the short videos we've started posting every other week).Hope you love it, keep reading y'all!
This week we do a biography of famous science communicator Carl Sagan. Consumption: Mr. Pold - Duck Soup, Kiln People, Brian Regan: On the Rocks, 1923 season St. Jimmy - R.I.P.D., We Have a Ghost, Viking Wolf, First Blood, Control, Always Watching, The Bad Guys D'Viddy - Ted Lasso season 2, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek Generations, The Mandalorian season 3 Master Z - Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, Smile, Clarkson's Farm season 2 Music Provided By: Greg Gibbs / Most Guitars Are Made of Trees Daily Khaos Delivery / Cosmic Yell Mark Castle / Dance!
Dylan went missing this episode! Seven is in a bunch of time travel! Did YOU catch the holodeck scene?! Carl Sagan's son is a writer! Does Janeway fuck with the timeline too much? All this and more this week on... THE HOLODECK! Hosted by Marc Cooper, Darius Hamilton-Smith, Dylan Hamilton-Smith and Jan Lefrancois-Gijzen Computer Voice provided by Verona Blue Music by "b o d y l i n e" available on Bandcamp We're a fan podcast! You can help us keep the podcast running by donating at ko-fi.com/holodeck Join the Trek to the Holodeck Discord! https://discord.gg/YzxfCU5A
Cosmic Gestures : A Vedic Astrology Podcast
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Listen to Future Now Show 3.07.2023 Is there really any way of predicting Earthquakes? We’ve recently become aware of Stefan Burns, who has worked as a geologist/geophysicist in NorCal. He has been paying attention to shifts in the readings of earth magnetometers, especially in the low frequency realms, such as 0-50 Hz. He has been noticing power increases in the Schuman resonances, and that these increases may be correlated with pre-earthquake activity. This is especially of interest to us, as one of the closest earth magnetomenters to us shgowing increased activity is located in our home town of Boulder Creek, at the Heart Math Institute, and less than 20 miles from the infamous San Andreas Fault! Our interview is with New Age Drinks founder Sierra Hooshiari, a survivor of a serious brain concussion that had put her in a coma for days. In her years long recovery from this trauma, she explored what brain chemicals were essential to her health, and formulated a soft drink incorporating much of what she learned. We think you’ll enjoy hearing her story.. For more info, goto TikTok@BrainpopRelax and Instagram @brainpopdrink @drinkbrainpop. Website is www.NewAgeDrinks.com Sierra Hooshiari, founder of New Age Drinks Also in this episode we speak with tribal story teller Jahn Ballard about the life of Walter Russell, renaissance scientist/artist of the 20th century and the Twilight Club, a consortium of influential thinkers, poets, and businessmen, including Mark Twain, and Andrew Carnegie. This is a chapter in American history not really well known but strangely relevant to today’s challenges. We finish with a musical remix featuring a cosmic rap by none other than Carl Sagan! Enjoy.. Our video of Walter Russell and the Twilight Club Story by Jahn Ballard
Regresamos hoy con un nuevo Flashback del programa recuperado de nuestro especial 20 aniversario de 2016. Hoy toca hablar de ciencia y de divulgación científica y lo hacemos, además de con un breve recuerdo a Carl Sagan, con un personaje muy interesante que nos presenta el Dr. Alberto Cabañas: Rudolf Virchow: un médico y biólogo alemán del Siglo XIX que nos ayudó a entender mucho mejor el cuerpo humano. Pero hoy no hablaremos tanto de su aportación puramente científica, sino más bien de su compromiso social y político como arma para la salud. Vamos a descubrirlo. Si te gusta el Abrazo del Oso y quieres acceder a más contenidos extra, puedes ayudarnos pinchando en el botón 'apoyar' aquí en iVoox. O pásate por www.patreon.com/elabrazodeloso ¡GRACIAS! www.elabrazodeloso.es Fragmento del programa emitido en octubre de 2016. www.latostadora.com/elabrazodeloso Canal de Telegram para estar informado: https://t.me/+T6RxUKg_xhk0NzE0 Grupo abierto de Telegram para conversar con el equipo y la audiencia: https://t.me/+tBHrUSWNbZswNThk Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/elabrazodeloso Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Albany Pro Musica will present the Capital Region premiere of "Star Song" by Bradley Ellingboe, APM's composer-in-residence on March 5th at 3 PM at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. This work bridges historical periods, languages, and faith traditions and examines the idea that we are all, in the words of Carl Sagan, “made of star stuff.” We get a preview this morning with Opalka Family Artistic Director of APM José Daniel Flores-Caraballo and composer Bradley Ellingboe.
Melinda B Hipple (Raven, Imperium Publishing) joins me today to talk about writing multiple genres, editing for Imperium Publishing, and of course her book, Raven. Today's episode is a companion piece to Episode 107, with Niki Manbeck and her independent bookstore. You can learn more about Melinda's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Instagram Page. Get a copy of her science fiction novel Raven today!Melinda recommends Carl Sagan's Contact, and included his name in the dedication page of Raven.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* All links in today's episode point directly to an independent bookstore. Support a local store by using these links. Thank you!
With the 26th International Passive House Conference right around the corner (March 10-12, 2023 in Wiesbaden, Germany), Passive House Podcast cohost Zack Semke interviews Dr. Wolfgang Feist, founder of the Passive House Institute (PHI), about PHI's Efficiency Now campaign and the role that efficiency can play in weaning Europe off of dependence on Russian oil and gas. It's a conversation that ranges from astrophysics to energy efficiency, from Carl Sagan's stardust to Passive House's potential to help undermine autocratic power in Europe, the Middle East, and beyond.This interview is the first of a series that the Passive House Accelerator will be conducting at the International Passive House Conference, thanks to generous support from: Ikon Windows and Doors https://www.ikonwindows.com/ Innotech Windows and Doors https://www.innotech-windows.com/ Intelligent Membranes https://www.intelligentmembranes.com/ Minotair https://www.minotair.com/home_us/ Pro Clima https://proclima.com/ Learn more about Passive House Institute: https://passivehouse.com/ Explore PHI's Efficiency Now campaign: https://passipedia.org/efficiency_now Register for the International Passive House Conference: https://passivhaustagung.de/en/ Read the Economist article "War and subsidies have turbocharged the green transition": https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2023/02/13/war-and-subsidies-have-turbocharged-the-green-transition Thank you for listening to the Passive House Podcast! To learn more about Passive House and to stay abreast of our latest programming, visit passivehouseaccelerator.com. And please join us at one of our Passive House Accelerator LIVE! zoom gatherings on Wednesdays.
This season was produced with support from the Google Podcasts Creator Program through PRX and our patrons. If you want to support the show, Head to www.patreon.com/thewind or click the link on the website. Set up a monthly donation to keep this thing going.Thanks to Cory Mcabee for speaking with me for this episode, and to Lori Leanord of the River Fork Ranch Preserve, Katrina Spade, and John Christian Phifer of the Conservation Burial Alliance.For more information on I_Butterfly and the Red Planet Planning Commission, along with other Links, photos, Live show calendar, Merch and more, visit Thewind.org.The music in this episode was almost entirely by Cory Mcabee, Most of it was from his album Small Star Seminar, plus that one was from his film, a space western called Stringray Sam. The piece I played under Carl Sagan was an altered version of The Magic Flute by Mozart, The original was included by Sagan on the Golden Record, a collection of music that was present on Voyager 1 when it took that picture of our pale blue home. Finally, Wedding of the Winds is from the public domain.
Millions of people have taken antidepressant drugs. Many experience adverse side effects such as Akathisia and Post-SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD). Some believe the drug saved their life. If antidepressant drugs are harmful, why do they continue to be prescribed? On today's podcast Dr. Roger McFillin responds to the anecdotal reports of antidepressant benefits. IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THAT YOU DO NOT STOP YOUR ANTIDEPRESSANTS SUDDENLY OR TOO FAST.If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES6:00 - The power of the placebo effect - Harvard Health9:30 - What is a double blind study? | Premier Health10:45 - Listening to Prozac but Hearing Placebo: A Meta-Analysis of Antidepressant Medication13:00 - Re-evaluation of Significance and the Implications of Placebo Effect in Antidepressant Therapy - PMC28:00 - The serotonin theory of depression: a systematic umbrella review of the evidence | Molecular Psychiatry32:00 - 5. Do Antidepressants even work?38:30 - Carl Sagan on Humility, Science as a Tool of Democracy, and the Value of Uncertainty – The Marginalian
Adam gives an update on Jay Leno and laughs at the media's reaction to Dave Dameshek asking if the Super Bowl is “a must-win game.” The guys then watch an interview with Carl Sagan from 1996 encouraging people to be skeptical of authority. Next, Adam talks to the CEO and entertainment director of Metaphysic, Tom Graham and Miles Fisher. They talk about the ethics of deepfakes and the future of AI. PLUGS: Learn more about Tom Graham and Miles Fisher's company ‘Metaphysic' at Metaphysic.ai And follow Metaphysic on TikTok, @DeepTomCruise Watch Amber Rose's series ‘College Hill: Celebrity Edition' airing this year on BET Listen to Amber Rose's new single ‘Surprise Me' wherever you find music And follow Amber on Instagram, @AmberRose THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: BlueNile.com OReillyAuto.com
What I learned from reading The Dream of Solomeo: My Life and the Idea of Humanistic Capitalism by Brunello Cucinelli.This episode is brought to you by: Tiny: Tiny is the easiest way to sell your business. Quick and straightforward exits for Founders.----Follow one of my favorite podcasts Invest Like The Best and listen to episode 293 David Senra Passion and Pain ![4:00] I am reminded of Machiavelli: during his exile, he too spent his afternoons playing board games and drinking wine, while at night, in the austere silence of his studio, he engaged in solitary, literary conversations with the ancient scholars.[6:00] The true meaning of my life seems to be a spontaneous drive and energy.[7:00] I am driven by an immense desire: that my life, when it reaches its end, will not have been useless.[7:00] Brunello Cucinelli by Om Malik [8:00] God assigns to all of us a mission to fulfill. Our task is first to discover the nature of our summons, then to follow it.[11:00] We schedule time to think. Most people schedule themselves like a dentist. It's so easy to get so busy that you no longer have time to think- and you pay a huge price for that. —— All I Want To Know Is Where I'm Going To Die So I'll Never Go There: Buffett & Munger – A Study in Simplicity and Uncommon, Common Sense by Peter Bevelin. (Founders #286)[14:00] Try to be your son's teacher until he's ten years old; his father, until he's twenty; and his friend, for the rest of his life.[14:00] The problem is not getting rich, it's staying sane. —Charlie Munger[18:00] What an astonishing thing a book is. It's a flat object made from a tree with flexible parts on which are imprinted lots of funny dark squiggles. But one glance at it and you're inside the mind of another person, maybe somebody dead for thousands of years. Across the millennia, an author is speaking clearly and silently inside your head, directly to you. Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people who never knew each other, citizens of distant epochs. Books break the shackles of time. A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic. —Carl Sagan[23:00] Postponing the reward increases the appreciation, a fact that has been forgotten in the current culture of impatience.[29:00] I could see the humiliation in my father's eyes. His teary eyes were the source of inspiration for my life.[33:00] I have always been firmly convinced that in order to successfully stand out you need to focus on one single project representing the dream of your life.[36:00] A young man with no money and tons of enthusiasm.[41:00] Ralph Lauren: The Man Behind the Mystique by Jeffrey Trachtenberg. (Founders #288) [43:00] One thing I never did—which I'm really proud of—was to push any of my kids too hard. I knew I was a fairly overactive fellow, and I didn't expect them to try to be just like me. — Sam Walton: Made In America by Sam Walton. (Founders #234)[48:00] Invention: A Life by James Dyson. (Founders #205)[49:00] The greatest minds can convey deep and complex thoughts with words that are understandable to everyone.[50:00] Enthusiastically build an extraordinary reality day after day.----Subscribe to listen to Founders Premium to listen to Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes + ask me questions directly. ----Join my free email newsletter to get my top 10 highlights from every book----I use Readwise to organize and remember everything I read. You can try Readwise for 60 days for free here. ----“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
Of course, you all know Tariq and Rod could rave about the best space books ever, but TWiT's own Jason Snell of SixColors.com just had to chime in, and what a group rant we had! The best of space nonfiction and fiction is coming your way. Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Jason Snell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: bitwarden.com/twit GO.ACILEARNING.COM/TWIT
On this ID the Future from the vault, host Andrew McDiarmid talks with science historian Michael Keas about Keas' revealing work from ISI Books, Unbelievable: 7 Myths About the History and Future of Science and Religion. “Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn't believe, myths about science and Christianity supposedly at war with each other.” He also discusses a future-oriented ET myth that functions as a substitute for traditional religion. Listen in to learn more about Keas' fascinating and informative book. Source
Folks, Ben Hosley (Blank Check, Congratulations) joins us on this week's episode where we hear about a fish who committed credit card fraud, a dog who is a big jerk, why Ireland is proposing to make homework illegal, how the earth's core stopped spinning, and lyin' George Santos. Follow Ben on Twitter @benhosley Blank Check with Griffin and David: https://www.blankcheckpod.com Ben's clothing line, Congratulations: https://congratyoulations.com We are on Patreon! Become a patron for weekly bonus eps and more stuff!: www.patreon.com/whatatimepod Check out our YouTube channel: youtube.com/@whatatimepod Get one of our t-shirts, or other merch, using this link! https://whatatimepod.bigcartel.com Join our Discord chat here: discord.gg/jx7rB7J A bunch of other show links: whatatimepod.com/links @pattymo // @kathbarbadoro // @eliyudin // @whatatimepod © 2023 What A Time LLC
Seriah hosts the continuation of the 2022 in Review Round Table with guests A.P Strange, Super Inframan, Red Pill Junkie, and Christopher Ernst. Topics include the late Professor Frank Drake and the Drake Equation, SETI, The 1997 film “Contact” (starring Jodie Foster, based on a novel by Carl Sagan), NASA's new announcement of its intention to investigate UAPs, President Jimmy Carter's attempts at greater UFO transparency, Jacques Vallee getting stone-walled by NASA, a potential space-race with China, “Superman IV”, Congressional hearings on UFOs, UAPs as foreign (human) intelligence and surveillance, former fighter pilot Lt. Ryan Graves, classified projects done by corporations, plausible deniability, the Wilson memo, congress creating a channel for UFO whistle-blowers, a delayed final report on UAP sightings in the military, the USS Nimitz and media ridicule, the Calvine UFO photo, Nick Pope, Professor Avi Loeb's search for a crashed extraterrestrial tech object in Papua New Guinea, the 1959 encounter with Rev. William Gill and high strangeness, NASA's successful deflection of an asteroid, denial of asteroid cataclysm, the Tunguska event in 1908 Russia and its fortunate placement, Charles Berlitz, Nikola Tesla, the Chicxulub asteroid impact in the Yucatan Peninsula, Blake Lemoine and alleged Google sentient AI, Cristóbal de las Casas and the souls of Indigenous people, the Ufological Tarot Deck project, comic artist Mark Gruenwald's cremation and ashes mixed into his final work, the partial release of JFK assassination documents, George H.W. Bush, John Foster Dulles, a humorous Aleister Crowley story, “Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason” and “Subjective Truth” podcasts, a tragic but bizarre story of a woman killed by an elephant, strange incidents of groups of animals walking in circles, unintended consequences of electronic waves, rising population, nuclear fusion, economic inequality, possible lunar and asteroid mining, “Ancient Apocalypse” and Graham Hancock, manipulation of information and theories by racists, biases in academia, geologist Robert M. Schoch, archeologist Virginia Steen-McIntyre's controversial work with ancient footprints in Mexico, and much more! This some wide-ranging, fascinating discussion! - Recap by Vincent Treewell of The Weird Part Podcast Outro Music is "Hollow" by New Animal Download