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Great ape native to the forest and savannah of tropical Africa

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Talking Apes
Behind the Mic of Talking Apes with Host Gerry Ellis | S2E8

Talking Apes

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 51:46


Great apes — gorillas, chimps, orangutans and bonobos — have been Talking Apes host Gerry Ellis's life long passion. Discover where it started and how it's evolved as guest host Eric Cain explores the world of Talking Apes with photographer, film-maker and podcast host, Gerry Ellis.Long before creating the Talking Apes podcast, Gerry had built an award-winning career as an international wildlife film-maker, photographer, and writer spans three-decades and features work appearing in National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, the New York Times, Ranger Rick, and more. He is the author and/or photographer of more than a dozen books, including two in the highly acclaimed National Geographic Kids Book series.Gerry's filming project in 2001, Wild Orphans, inspired the founding of GLOBIO. GLOBIO is a global awareness nonprofit that creates environmental films and provides visual support to wildlife conservation organizations around the world, and tells their stories globally while educating the public about our shared environmental challenges. GLOBIO's mission is to inspire a positive relationship with our environment by connecting species, people and planet.Support our work by becoming a Patreon subscriber: Click hereMake a one off donation to GLOBIO: Click here Talking Apes is a GLOBIO initiative. Learn more:Official website: talkingapes.orgInstagram: @talkingapes_podcastSupport our work by making a small donation here, or for access to exclusive content and rewards, click here to become a Patreon member.Support the showTalking Apes is a GLOBIO initiative. Learn more:Official website: talkingapes.orgInstagram: @talkingapes_podcastSupport our work by making a small donation here, or for access to exclusive content and rewards, click here to become a Patreon member.

Steve and Ted in the Morning
Baby chimpanzee passes away at the Sedgwick County Zoo

Steve and Ted in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 40:45


Hour 3 - Headline news a few weeks ago, the C-section birth of a chimpanzee at the zoo.  Now, the Sedgwick County Zoo has sad news to share. 

Do you die in hell or stay alive?
Christmas Officials at a Swedish zoo have recaptured three chimpanzees who had broken out of their enclosure, and got them back

Do you die in hell or stay alive?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 1:33


Holsworthy mark Podcast Show..Number 1 in Devon England
Animal news -Chilly potatoes for chimpanzees and more at Welsh Mountain School,Colwyn Bay,Conway.

Holsworthy mark Podcast Show..Number 1 in Devon England

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 0:44


Animal news -Chilly potatoes for chimpanzees and more at Welsh Mountain School,Colwyn Bay,Conway.

Adaptivity
Epic Journeys: What we can learn from adolescence across species

Adaptivity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 52:33


Host Ron Dahl talks with best-selling author and evolutionary biologist Barbara Natterson Horowitz and anthropologist Rachna Reddy about adolescence across the animal kingdom–and how a cross-species perspective can help us better understand, and support, the human journey from childhood to adolescence.

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Poop Pizza @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 30:56


More on Jay Leno // More on Jay leno / Chimpanzee escapes / Student loan approval mistake // NINTENDO WORLD OPENS FEB 2023 / MOUSE POOP IN PIZZA // McTheft at McDonalds / Florida man ships meth to himself

The Bling Viera Podcast
Sweden Chimpanzee Tornadoes Moscow Idaho Student Murders Hollywood LA Mountain Lion P22 Qatar Death

The Bling Viera Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 37:51


Moscow Murders University of Idaho Police are GUILTY. Stockholm Tell all of your friends! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bling-viera/message

Topic Lords
164. Dead Bodies Are Always In The First Place You Look

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 72:56


Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Nathan * MommysBestGames on Twitter. * Tyriq * FourBitFriday everywhere. Topics: * Octopodes, continued * My wife and I are both teaching our son to drive, with separate lessons. It's going OK but with bumps. * The most widely-used crack for The Colonel's Bequest works by breaking the random number generator. This has wide-ranging effects on the gameplay. * https://www.benshoof.org/blog/case-cracked * How are we going to fix the camera in Mario Odyssey? Microtopics: * Game Type DX. * Implementing the Xbox dashboard and trying to get it approved by Sony. * The most serious episode of Topic Lords. * Bringing up Octopuses every three years. * Giving yourself an electric shock because you're so bored. * Sea pork. * Eating the animals that are extremely convenient to farm. * Aoes sitting around waiting for something interesting to happen. * Chimpanzee pranks. * Making art because that's what people do. * Trying to disentangle making art from making a living. * Whether zoo animals would prefer their natural habitat or whether they just enjoy a chill cool time. * Inventing an octopus psychologist to figure out what parts of their lives they like and what parts could be improved. * Children of Time and Children of Ruin. * Molluscs having a good time. * Terraforming gone awry. * The impossibility of talking smart people out of bad ideas. * Why a teenager might or might not want to learn to drive. * How hard to push the brakes and how hard to push the gas. * Pushing the gas too hard and the car is like no, take a deep breath and try again. * Terrifying two lane roads. * Whether to start turning before you reach the stop sign. * Driving in Atlanta. * Learning to drive because you have to get to college somehow. * The responsibility of being in charge of heavy machinery. * Driving and suddenly realizing you need to be paying way more attention right now. * Saying the worst possible thing to someone who is already anxious. * Detective adventure game structure. * The botched Red Baron Easter egg. * Walking by windows whenever possible. * Blinking, fidgeting and moving with lifeless constancy. * Serious Sam 3's copy protection scorpion. * Finding the thing you're not expecting in the first place you look. * Whether the Law and Order video games implement both Law and Order. * A detective game where you spend most of your energy preventing the detective from having a nervous breakdown or hurting somebody. * Game design that is driven by fun tech. * Getting a fancy new drill press and for a while all the furniture you make has a bunch of extra holes for no apparent reason. * An RPG character with the ability to manipulate the RNG. * A game design critique of darts. * Fingers in the brain, squishing. * Why Game Genie codes are encrypted. * The Sonic the Hedgehog 2 level editor. * BASIC Programming and Computer Intro. * The guy who wrote half of the Odyssey 2's game catalog. * Whether console exclusives, or indeed video game systems at all, should exist. * Why they set Mario Galaxy on planetoids. * Looking into a shoebox of fun. * Mario's fluctuating weight throughout the series. * A classic 3D platformer problem. * Manipulating the camera while you touch all kinds of other buttons. * The kind of Mario game that your dad can play. * Been solved. Not fun. * Trying to show Portal to people who have never played first-person shooters.

Random Contact
Travis the Chimpanzee

Random Contact

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 36:45


Hey guy's! Thanks for joining us for another episode! Today we are doing a shout out for the magical and mysterious Mystic Misfits! Go give them some love! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100087523748785&mibextid=ZbWKwL . Today's episode is on Travis the chimp and the tragic attack that will forever take it's toll on those involved. Let's us know what you think on our scocials: Instagram & twitter @randomcontacts

Evolution (Video)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Evolution (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

The Becoming Heroes Podcast
Podcast Zoonami

The Becoming Heroes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 2:23


Zoonami We all have precious moments when providence or serendipity sends us a treat. One such precious moment was last night in the freezing cold on Swanage's Victorian Pier. A crowd of us was there for the switching on the lights by Father Christmas (who arrived by boat!) Waiting in the cold, looking out over the waves under the moonlight, a small girl asked her Dad if a big wave had ever flooded the pier. Realising she meant a Tsunami, her Dad shared the word with her as he reassured her… but here's the thing: I heard him say, “Zoonami!” Of course, he didn't say that, but it was too late, my imagination was engaged! I ‘saw' a flood of animals coming into Swanage Bay on surf boards (like the seagull I'd recently seen surfing on driftwood.) (Thought to self: I probably need to change my medication!) And this brings me to today's two questions: Q. What animal would you most like to be? And Q. Why? Dog or Cat? Cat or Mouse? Dinosaur – but which one? Fish, Amphibian, Reptile, Bird, Mammal? Orangutan, Gibbon (Funky, of course), Gorilla, Chimpanzee? They say confession is good for the soul, so I'll lead by example! I want to be an Otter. Why? They are massively playful, lithe, and love fish, of course! To me, they stay young forever through their combination of frisky fun-loving living, insatiable curiosity, and healthy diet. Once you've decided on your animal or bird (and shared it with us), how could you be more like your Avatar? How could I be ‘more Otter'? Hmm, I think that Sea Swimming is beckoning again! I'm looking forward to a flood, a Zoonami, of witty, wise, and wonderful revelations of your favourite animals!

UC San Diego (Audio)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

UC San Diego (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Renew The Mind; Transform Your Life
Zoonami - a podcast for Moodscope.com

Renew The Mind; Transform Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 2:23 Transcription Available


Zoonami We all have precious moments when providence or serendipity sends us a treat.  One such precious moment was last night in the freezing cold on Swanage's Victorian Pier.  A crowd of us was there for the switching on the lights by Father Christmas (who arrived by boat!) Waiting in the cold, looking out over the waves under the moonlight, a small girl asked her Dad if a big wave had ever flooded the pier.  Realising she meant a Tsunami, her Dad shared the word with her as he reassured her… but here's the thing: I heard him say, “Zoonami!” Of course, he didn't say that, but it was too late, my imagination was engaged!  I ‘saw' a flood of animals coming into Swanage Bay on surf boards (like the seagull I'd recently seen surfing on driftwood.)  (Thought to self: I probably need to change my medication!) And this brings me to today's two questions:Q. What animal would you most like to be?AndQ. Why? Dog or Cat?Cat or Mouse?Dinosaur – but which one?Fish, Amphibian, Reptile, Bird, Mammal?Orangutan, Gibbon (Funky, of course), Gorilla, Chimpanzee? They say confession is good for the soul, so I'll lead by example!I want to be an Otter.Why?They are massively playful, lithe, and love fish, of course!To me, they stay young forever through their combination of frisky fun-loving living, insatiable curiosity, and healthy diet. Once you've decided on your animal or bird (and shared it with us), how could you be more like your Avatar? How could I be ‘more Otter'?  Hmm, I think that Sea Swimming is beckoning again! I'm looking forward to a flood, a Zoonami, of witty, wise, and wonderful revelations of your favourite animals!

CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (Video)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Genetics (Audio)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Genetics (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Science (Video)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Science (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Humanities (Audio)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Humanities (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Science (Audio)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Science (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Genetics (Video)
CARTA: Imagining the Future of Anthropogeny - Genome Structure Variation and the Evolution of Human Specific Genes with Evan Eichler

Genetics (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 26:04


The discovery and resolution of genetic variation is critical to understanding disease and evolution. Our most recent work sequences diverse human and nonhuman primate genomes using both ultra-long and high-fidelity long-read sequencing technologies. Advances in this area have made possible the first telomere-to-telomere assemblies of the human genome and much more complete chimp, gorilla and orangutan genomes providing new biological insights into regions typically excluded from human genetic and comparative studies. We have discovered mega basepairs of duplicated sequence and/or rapidly evolving sequence present in humans that are absent from other non-human primates. These changes have predisposed our species to recurrent rearrangements associated with disease but also have led to the emergence of new genes important in the expansion of the human frontal cortex of the brain. Our data suggest that large-scale genome structural variation has played and continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the human species. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38297]

Another Pass Podcast
Another Pass at Battle for the Planet of the Apes

Another Pass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 160:15


As we approach our 150th episode, we're taking a look back at the original Planet of the Apes series, and what better way to handle a series rich with time travel shenanigans than to take them in reverse order? That's right! We're starting with the oft dismissed and forgotten: Battle For The Planet Of The Apes! Seth Decker from the Film Rescue podcast joins us to combine our editorial voices to proudly proclaim that APE SHALL NEVER KILL APE (until they do)!

Fortean News Podcast
A Three Hour Fortean News Bonanza

Fortean News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 178:16


All of the news coming from September. Thank you so much for listening!   Please consider donating a coffee https://ko-fi.com/forteannewspodcast Check out the new album by the Weaverbirds here: https://squidgerecords.bandcamp.com/ For the competition go to www.instagram.com/theorogionalvaultsghost and visit the Ivy Cavern at www.freerangefaeries.co.uk  Enjoy my TikTok ghost stories here: https://www.tiktok.com/@confessions_of_ghost_boy   Find us on Twitter www.twitter.com/forteannewspod   In this show, a world-exclusive listening of the new Weverbirds song and a competition to win a ghost!! Also all the fortean news of UFO's Ghosts, Cryptids and just weirdness.    The show includes A study on Haunted People Syndrome.  The stats on how many USA people live in a haunted house.  The Ghostbuster Ruling.  The ten gates of hell around the world. (Stull in Kansas, Mount Osore in Japan, Cave Diros in Greece, St Patricks Purgatory in Ireland, Hekla Volcanoes in Iceland, Cenotes Caves in Mexico, Fengdu Ghost City in China, Ploitonion Hierapolis in Turkey, Houska Castle in Czech Republic, Lake Avernus in Italy) The poltergeist in the haunted Black Lion Inn.  Kent's Most Frightening Buildings (Dover Castle, St Bartholomew Hospital, Rochester Castle, Chatham Dockyard, Canterbury Cathedral, Sheerness Docks, Chiddingstone Castle, Hever castle) Ghost girl at Eureka Springs Arkansas USA. The ghosts of USS Hornet. The ghosts of the Canon female correctional facility in Colorado prison. Haunted Seven Gables house. Haunted Haceta Head Lighthouse in Oregon. Sinai House in Burton with ghostly apparitions.  Haunted forest with ghost drumming in Pennsylvania. Haunted Blackpool.  The most haunted pubs in Sheffield (The Ball Innis, Ye Old Harrow, The Old Queens Head, Carbrrok hall now a Starbucks, Three Tuns Pub, Boardwalk now Meltdown, Winter Green Pub poltergeists) Haunted Kardashians.  French Haunted Chateaux.  Haunted Cemeteries in the USA.  South Lanarkshire haunted church in Scotland.  Manchester's Marbury lady. The Fleece Pub in Bretforton England.  Humbird hotel in Wisconsin.  Haunted Seattle Kells Irish Bar. Haunted Sunderland (Hylton Castle, WWII ghosts, Pheonix hall masonic temple, Heaton Holme, Victoria Royalty Theatre). Willie Earle's ghost at Picken's county Museum. The spookiest things kids have said.  UAP's and UFO's and the USA Navy. Dr. Sascha Quanz thinks humans will discover aliens. Jack Osbourne. Starlink. UFO's in Ukraine in the Russian war.  Catholic theologian says aliens are demonic entities.  UFO seen by a Brazilian plane. UFO just misses a plane in Belgium.  The Calvine UFO photo.  Vietnam Cave Alien.  UFO on the moon. Triangle UAP in the Mexican clouds.  Venezuelan scientists think space has junk UFO's.  Alien contact and geopolitical fallout.  Europe's highest UFO sightings stats. Astronomer Avi Loeb, Oumuamua and expedition for CNEOS 2014-01-08. Crop circles and loss of earnings.  Santa Monica UFO's. San Diego bay UAP sightings.  the Tamaulipas UFO in Mexico. Missouri licking UFO. Moray Firth UFO photo. Yorkshire reptilian alien sighting.  Tinder date is an alien.  USA Intelligence flying saucer logo.  Open water UFO sighting on a ferry.  Texas green orb UFO's. the Cottingham Hull UFO. Hatzic Mission British Columbia Bigfoot.  South Carolina Bigfoot. Bigfoot footprints in a brook. South Indiana.  Walking cryptid tree.  Nephalim or bigfoot mass grave in Louisiana.  The Sasquatch of Strawberry Reservoir in Utah. Bigfoot poop! Prince Phillip and the queen love Bigfoot.  Ghost speaks on queens funeral with a cryptic message.  Man predicts Queen's death.  Uri Gellar gets in wrong.  A 'cripplefoot' bigfoot. A six toe Bigfoot.  Canadian Andrew Dawson and the Yeti conspiracy.  Mothman in Fort Kent.  Goblins and Boggles in Yorkshire.  Loch Ness Monster. New Cryptid the Morfa Monster.  Morfa Black Panther sighting.  Seattle glimmer man cryptid.  Skinwalker or werewolf USA. Chornobyl Russia frog evolution.  Champ in Lake Champlain. The Utah Lake Monster.  Donkey saves goat.  Cannibalistic zombie ladybirds with STI's.  Crocodiles in Filey.  Dogs smell human stress.  Dog poops in owner's mouth while asleep.  Can cats see ghosts. Tazmania mass whale beaching.  Dementia horse visit.  Racoon Frizbee.  Chimpanzee drum rhythms.  Pterodactyl seen in the Tularosa Basin of New Mexico. Horror good for your mental health.  Woman shares husband with mum and sister.  Man marries 53 wives.  Are we living in a black hole? Indian Sadhu raises his arm forever.  The Hellfire Club, Bleeding wall.  Nigerian dead man rises on his funeral.  Family looks after tax man's corpse thinking he is alive.  Reddit rebirth.  Cursed painting. Man thinks he's Jesus and cuts off own leg.  Hyperpolygots. Time Traveller predictions.  Man pees on ex wife grave every day.  Operation man dies and goes to heaven.  Chinese cryptid.  Gold hoard found.  Egyptian mummified pickled foetus.  Embryo from stem cells.  Twins with two different fathers.  Polish buried vampire.  Reebok and satan shoes.  Biff the cat comes back from the dead.  Early puberty onset due to phones.  Chinese see Buddhist deity in the sky then fight.  Japan's raincoat man.  American Airline's speaker hacked. Anti-depression meds turn man black.  Parents abandon child then sue her for money.  Ark of the covenant and holy grail.  Mexican train project discovers Myan city. Spanish Stone Henge.  Child names after crisps.  Baba Vanga predictions. Ig Nobel prize. New religious cult leads to murders. Rashad Jamal White. Hoax missing snake poster.  Stolen Kindeys.  Women can smell Parkinson disease.  Crab Battery  

seX & whY
Sex and Gender Differences in Conflict - Part 1

seX & whY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 38:41


Show Notes for Episode Twenty-Four of seX & whY: Sex and Gender Differences in Conflict, Part 1 Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest: Joyce Benenson, lecturer of evolutionary biology at Harvard and author of the book Warriors and Worriers Here is a link to Dr Benenson's book Warriors and Worriers.  This book dives deep into the evolutionary roots of human behavior and Dr Benenson makes a very clear and well referenced case that human males and females have evolved from slightly different playbooks.  The root of this difference is sexual selection in that adaptions and behaviors that optimize the chance that a male's DNA gets into the next generation are slightly different than a female's, specifically Benenson asserts that a female's strategy relies more heavily on keeping herself and her children physically safe and healthy. Innate differences may then by amplified or attenuated by sociocultural norms and experiences that shape an individual's “expected behavior." Some bullet points from her work Evolutionary biology focuses heavily on the behavior of non-human primates  Much of the behavior observed in other primates can also be seen in humans When studying human behavior, it can be very hard to untangle behavior rooted in biological sex versus sociocultural influence. This is because the two are tightly interwoven and even if you intentionally raise your child to be “gender blind”, the child will still be exposed to significant gendered expectations by peers and broader societal exposures.   Many of the behaviors seen in adult humans can be visibly observed by watching pre-school children.  Boys and girls (for this podcast we are concentrating on the book ends of the gender spectrum: boys/men and girls/women) typically exhibit different behaviors as children. Boys are more likely to participate in rough and tumble play and are more comfortable with hierarchy and rotating allegiances in groups. Girls prefer playing in smaller groups of two and three. Many girls find in quite difficult to participate in larger groups consisting only of females, as they feel increased pressure to effectively navigate the different relationships within that group.  Chimpanzees, like human males, are two of the few species that engage in “warfare” or systematic behavior to attack other groups of their own species. Groups of male chimpanzees that are good at this behavior enhance the survival of the rest of their group by expanding food and territory. Benenson believes some of this warfare behavior has genetically evolved into humans and that it is  further enhanced by learned sociocultural practices. Benenson has extensively studied conflict and how males and females have different evolutionary consequences to direct aggression. She strongly believes that females are wired to avoid direct conflict to optimize their physical ability to bear and rear children to their own reproductive age. This is Dr Benenson's study that looked at how much time two players spent interacting with each other after the conclusion of a  competitive sports match. It showed that men typically engaged longer with their opponent than did women. She theorizes this behavior suggests that men tend to be more agile in realigning these relationships because the relationship may be needed for a future allegiance (i.e.  in war or hunting.) Please tune in next month for Part 2 of this series. 

Fun Kids Science Weekly
Chimpanzees walk in sync?!

Fun Kids Science Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 28:58


Guess what? It's time for another week's Fun Kids Science Weekly! In this episode, Dan talks to Dr Manon Schweinfurth about her research on chimpanzees and how, like us human beings, they naturally match each other's walking pace!  Science in the News reveals where to catch a glimpse of the world's largest known animal to ever walk the Earth, and the latest update on a Mars rover going to the moon!  Curious Kate gives us the scoop on all things water powered, and Amy's Aviation compares the roles of pilots and astronauts! Space enthusiasts, rejoice! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Relax With Animal Facts

This podcast episode we talk about the Chimpanzee! Relax, unwind, and join me in the tropical forests of the Congo, where we learn all about a creature capable of using sign language and making weapons.To contact Stef Wolfe you can:Send a message to relaxwithanimalfacts on InstagramSubmit on the "Animal Request" tab on relaxwithanimalfacts.comE-mail relaxwithanimalfacts@gmail.com.If you would like to learn more, the resources used in this episode are listed below:https://www.britannica.com/animal/chimpanzeehttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/facts/chimpanzeehttps://earth.org/10-facts-about-chimpanzees/https://www.discoverwildlife.com/animal-facts/mammals/facts-about-chimpanzees/https://www.etymonline.com/word/troglodyte#etymonline_v_17853https://www.etymonline.com/word/chimpanzee#etymonline_v_11268https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent/human-origins/understanding-our-past/dna-comparing-humans-and-chimpshttps://science.howstuffworks.com/life/genetic/people-bananas-share-dna.htmFor exclusive content like the Extinct and Mythical Animal Mini-Series, go to the Patreon by clicking here. Rock some awesome podcast-themed merch by clicking here.You can also check out informative blog posts on relaxwithanimalfacts.com/blog. Get Bonus Content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Jeff Crank Show
Politicizing Shootings and the Bond of Mother and Baby Chimpanzees

The Jeff Crank Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 43:39


Politicians and pastors jump to conclusions after a shooting at an LGBTQ club, assuming that the tragic event was a hate crime. Do we preemptively label it a hate crime when a crazy person opens fire in a church? Politicians and pastors perpetuate false and unfair attacks from the left when they pander to the LGBTQ community before knowing all the facts. Jeff also discusses a powerful story of life when a mother chimpanzee is united with her new baby after birth complications that kept them apart for two days.

Steve Allen - The Whole Show
Chimpanzee on a high wire

Steve Allen - The Whole Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 133:28


No one is safe from this man's tongue - Steve Allen takes to the airwaves on LBC every Monday to Friday morning from 4am. Hear all of Steve's show with the news & travel taken out.

Kindred
23. A Second Chance: Saving Chimpanzees in DR Congo | A Conversation with Itsaso Velez del Burgo, Primatologist and Technical Director for Lwiro Primate Rehabilitation Center

Kindred

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 42:44


In this week's conversation, we speak with Itsaso Velez del Burgo about her work at the Lwiro Primate Rehabilitation Center in the Democratic Republic of Congo rescuing and rehabilitating chimps and other vulnerable species. She talks to us about how the devastating effects of extreme poverty and hunger lead to poaching and the trauma that echoes through the chimpanzees and their families. We hear her intimate account of what little baby chimps go through when they are taken from their killed mothers and what a life resulting from the illegal selling of our closest relatives looks like. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Please find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod Facebook @thekindredpod Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.

StarTalk Radio
Inventing Society with Yuval Noah Harari

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 43:02


How did humans come to create society? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Yuval Noah Harari, historian and author of “Sapiens” & “Unstoppable Us,” discuss our species' ability to cooperate, the role of artificial intelligence, and more.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/inventing-society-with-yuval-noah-harari/Thanks to our Patrons James Wilson, Zachary Webb, Haris Dilberovic, and Sam McGilvery for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Unknown artists Mariano, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Nurture The Mind
Episode 46 - Live Hard program completion, isolation, and chimpanzees

Nurture The Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 27:57


In advance, I apologize for the constant shaking of the camera in the video version of this podcast. I tend to speak with my hands quite often and to get my point across, I kept hitting the table.In this podcast I go on a rant/discussion about finishing the Live Hard program over the last year, I talk about the loneliness epidemic we're facing across the globe right now, and I even mention a neat study about chimpanzees.Make sure you give it a listen and share the message with your friends, family members, and like minded people you interact with on a daily basis.Feels great to put out another podcast and I hope to be doing these more often as so much as my time allows it. Thank you all for the continued support!#75Hard #LiveHard #Discipline #Lifting #AnytimeFitness #MentalHealth #Resiliency #Adversity #AndyFrisella #Powerlist #Therapist #Economy #Society #Culture #Isolation #Pornography #Anxiety #Depression #PersonalTrainer #SocialBattery #Introvert #DatingLife #Confidence #MuscleMass #EvoltScan #Leader #PhysicalHealth #SpiritualHealth #EmotionalHealth #Hypnosis #Confidence----- Checklist -----Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pootsiemama/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/colepootsTik tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pootsiemama

Restitutio
469 Scripture & Science 9: What Is Evolution? (Will Barlow)

Restitutio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 35:42


Having taken a short break from our Scripture & Science series, we are back. Today begins a series of three episodes exploring evolution. Whether you believe in evolution or not, it's important to understand what the theory claims and how evolutionists reason. In this episode, Will Barlow briefly explains how evolutionists explain the gradual change from one species to another. He dispels four common misconceptions and delves into the genetic insights popularized by Francis Collins who is both an evolutionist and a Christian. Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDi6QRlyfSE&feature=emb_imp_woyt See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan?  Read his bio here —— Notes —— Biochemistry and Evolution • Common misconceptions with evolution• General framework of evolution• Modern evolutionary theory Common misconceptions with evolution Misconception #1: “It's just a theory!” • Often, opponents of evolution will state that it is a theory (and use that term pejoratively)• However, evolution does account for much of the scientific evidence and has made many successful predictions Definition of “theory”“A scheme or system of ideas or statements held as an explanation or account of a group of facts or phenomena; a hypothesis that has been confirmed or established by observation or experiment, and is propounded or accepted as accounting for the known facts; a statement of what are held to be the general laws, principles, or causes of something known or observed.”-Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show of Earth, pg. 9 Common misconceptions with evolution Misconception #2: It means to explain how life began • Often, opponents of evolution attack the beginning of life problem• However, evolution does not attempt to account for the beginning of life; this is the theory of abiogenesis Misconception #3: Evolution says that humans evolved from apes • This is a vast over-simplification of the theory• Evolution teaches that all life came evolved from a single organism, so apes and humans share an ancestor Misconception #4: Evolution is a progression from simpler organisms to more complex organisms • This is another over-simplification of the theory• No particular animal alive is more advanced than any prior animal in history• Current animals are simply better suited to survive than their ancestors General framework of evolution Thought experiment: Millions of years ago, there's an animal named “tom” that is a mammal • At one point, there is one population of “toms”• However, some time later, the population splits in two due to a geographical issue (let's say a mountain pass)• On one side of the mountain, there is more rain• On the other side of the mountain, there is less rain and more heat• Since the populations have been split (and are not sharing genetic information), random mutations occur in each population• Since the environments are different, the random mutations that lead to “better” alternatives are different• Over time, these mutations build up into noticeable differences• Eventually, two new species emerge: “tom a” and “tom b”Predictions of evolution Successful prediction #1: Scientists have demonstrated that DNA is more advanced as life is more advanced • For example, human DNA is 96% similar to chimpanzee DNA• Yet the number of protein-encoding genes is roughly the same for all animals and plants! Genetic Complexity “Our complexity must arise not from the number of separate instruction packets, but from the way they are utilized.”-Francis Collins, The Language of God, pg. 137 Predictions of evolution The concept of the “tree of life” is another important prediction of evolution.We should expect to see intermediate species in the fossil record and the genetic record as we study the world around us. Support for the tree of life: • Transition between fish and amphibians — we can find fish that could walk and breathe oxygen• Genetic sequencing has mostly confirmed scientists' predictions, with a few surprises! “At the level of the genome as a whole, a computer can construct a tree of life based solely upon the similarities of the DNA sequences of multiple organisms…. Bear in mind that this analysis does not utilize any information from the fossil record, or from anatomical observations of current life forms. Yet its similarity to c biology, biochemistry, evolution, what is evolution?, do Christians believe in evolution?, can a Christian believe in evolution?, common misconceptions about evolution, evolutionary theory, Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show on Earth, ancestors, tree of life, Charles Darwin, speciation, macro evolution, micro evolution, predictions of evolution, DNA, chimpanzee, Francis Collins, The Language of God, fish, amphibians, junk DNA, human evolution, ancient repetitive elements, ARE, genetics, onclusions drawn from studies of comparative anatomy… is striking.” Successful prediction #2: Breeders and agriculture experts have demonstrated “micro-evolution” countless times. • Ex: dog breeds• Ex: Hybrid crops• Detractors of evolution sometimes say that micro-evolution is possible but “macro-evolution” is not• Francis Collins argues that the distinction is an artificial one Successful prediction #3: Accumulation of “junk DNA” • Darwin's theory predicts that mutations that do not affect function (located in “junk DNA”) will accumulate slowly over time• We see this, as well as “silent” differences in the genetic codeWhat about man? Does evolution successfully show that humans evolved? • Richard Dawkins demonstrates that the fossil record is full of so-called “missing” links• Perhaps even more powerful, Francis Collins gives evidence for human evolution from genetics What is Francis Collins' best piece of evidence? What happens when we compare the human genome to other animals' genomes?What about genes that appear to be non-functional in humans but functional in multiple species? Fact #1: Comparing human and mouse genomes • The overall size of the genome is roughly the same• The inventory of protein-encoding genes is remarkably similar• The order of genes is generally the same over substantial stretches of DNA• The existence of similar AREs (ancient repetitive elements) On AREs: “When one aligns sections of the human and mouse genomes, anchored by the appearance of gene counterparts that occur in the same order, one can usually also identify AREs in approximately the same location in these two genomes.” “The process of transposition often damages the jumping gene. There are AREs throughout the human and mouse genomes that were truncated when they landed, removing any possibility of their functioning. In many instances, one can identify a decapitated and utterly defunct ARE in parallel positions in the human and mouse genome.” Fact #2: Comparing human and chimpanzee chromosomal fusion “Recently… it has become possible to look at the precise location where this proposed chromosomal fusion must have happened…. But they are found right where evolution would have predicted, in the middle of our second fused chromosome.” Fact #3: Comparing human and chimpanzee genetic function • Caspase-12 is a functional gene in chimpanzees (and many other mammals, including mice)• The human version is found in the identical location as the chimp version, but lacks the function

The Animals' iView
Message From Chimpanzee: Harmony

The Animals' iView

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 19:48


"It's how we all work together that matters", says Chimpanzee. "Focusing on the 'why' of our use of Insects to soothe detracts from the overall message that we freely choose to do so. For ourselves and for each other."https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/07/science/chimpanzees-insects-medicine-wounds.htmlhttps://www.the-scientist.com/news-opinion/chimps-appear-to-treat-wounds-on-others-using-insects-69683 Email me at lizanne@lizanneflynn.com. Schedule online at https://lizanneflynn.com/description-of-events/ Tweet me at https://twitter.com/LizanneFlynn Become a member of my private FB group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/2362606600471362 Thanks for listening...

Isnt It Queer
2022-10-19 Furries!

Isnt It Queer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 58:07


Jonny announces an upcoming Furry Dance Party on the SU campus and uses it as an opportunity to explore an urban legend popular among conservatives that public schools are putting litter boxes in bathrooms to cater to students who identify as cats (they are not!). He then turns to an unfortunate outcome in a court case in Texas meant to further curtail LGBTQ rights. Finally, he reviews current fieldwork in primate studies that confirms gender variance in chimpanzees.

The Running Effect Podcast
Breaking Records & Fighting Chimpanzees | THE CALL ROOM With Lex & Leo Young | Episode 6

The Running Effect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 39:10 Very Popular


Yesterday the prestigious Clovis Invitational took place at the iconic Woodward Park. Leo Young set a new meet record (eclipsing his older brother Nico's previous record) by running 14:25.9. Lex Young came second running 14:31.7. Lex and Leo led their team, Newbury Park, to a dominant victory cementing their #1 ranking in the country. Today's episode is a big recap of the Clovis race and much more! We dive deep into a discussion about pre-meet, Italian dinners, socks with spikes, Nitro-Cold Brews, attacking the Woodward Park Course, Nutella vs black coffee, and even fighting chimpanzees. This episode is a super fun one and a great chance to recap their race. Please like, subscribe, and share with your friends if you enjoyed today's episode! You can also give us a five-star review on Spotify or Apple podcasts. Subscribe to the podcast and turn on notifications so you don't miss Episode 7 when it comes out! Today's podcast is in collaboration with runnerscentral and brought to you by Maurten and Roll Recovery. Maurten is a world-class fueling company used by the likes of Eliud Kipchoge and the Young brothers. Their scientific formula helps athletes perform at their very best! This is done through their incredible hydrogel technology which keeps you optimally fueled and full of energy long into your training or race. Roll Recovery is a company that creates thoughtfully designed products to keep you moving. Their incredible R8, R3, & R1 are Lex and Leo's favorite products and have helped them stay healthy this cross-country season! Podcast graphic done by the talented: Xavier Gallo S H O W N O T E S MAURTEN (click this link!): https://bit.ly/3QDuPbt ROLL Recovery: https://rollrecovery.com Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en Lex's Instagram: https://instagram.com/lex_young_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Leo's Instagram: https://instagram.com/_leo.young?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dominic-schlueter/support

The Uncensored Unprofessor
279 Culture via Homelessness

The Uncensored Unprofessor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 42:37


We only see the upper 5' of the iceberg that is homelessness. Down beneath the surface is a massive soul-deadening, cold, indifferent, objectifying culture. That culture teaches us to treat the homeless like incurable objects while politicians use homelessness to score points on their largesse. What should a Christian response be? How does a Christian metaphysic view the problem? How does the book of Lamentations help frame the problem? I also note a recent Pew Forum examination of Christianity in the USA.

Pinkie The Pig Podcast
0753 Pinkie The Pig Podcast/ Apes

Pinkie The Pig Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 10:17


The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss
Frans de Waal: Learning from Primates about ourselves: From Gender to Social Hierarchies

The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 150:55 Very Popular


Frans de Waal is not only my favorite primatologist, he is one of my favorite scientist-communicators. His books on primates, particularly on Bonobos and Chimpanzees—from politics to child-rearing and even culture—reveal a tremendous amount about our closest genetic relatives, and hence about ourselves. His newest book, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist, tackles a particularly hot topic at the current time, but as is typical of his books, this one is both entertaining, and touching, and packed with data rather than anecdotes. I was very happy to sit down with Frans again to talk broadly about the motivations for his career choice, as well as his many years of experience in the field. While we focused on his new book, our discussion ranged far more broadly over the importance of primatology as a new and useful window on humans. I have had the privilege of sharing numerous stages with Frans, as well as hosting him at a previous Origins symposium, and each time I come away with important new perspectives. This podcast was no exception, and I hope you too will come away from it with a different view of yourself and your relationship to the world around you—which after all, is again one of the purposes of this podcast.Speaking of new perspectives, I describe in the podcast how a video Frans showed me over a decade ago, involving Capuchin monkeys, as I recall, changed my own perspectives on occasions when I experience jealousy or envy, and I think it improved my own behavior, at least a little bit. Once you here him describe it, I wonder, if you then go to youtube and watch it, whether it will do the same for you. Either way, enjoy this entertaining, provocative, and informative discussion with a charming and insightful scientist. As always, an ad-free video version of this podcast is also available to paid Critical Mass subscribers . Your subscriptions support the non-profit Origins Project Foundation, which produces the podcast. The audio version is available free on the Critical Mass site and on all podcast sites, and the video version will also be available on the Origins Project Youtube channel as well. Get full access to Critical Mass at lawrencekrauss.substack.com/subscribe

Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast
The Theory of Evolution and The Big Bang Theory Featuring Pastor Ronald Driver Episode 90

Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 75:30


Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast Episode 90 To all of our current and future subscribers thank you for your time, we appreciate you. Please do us a favor subscribe, hit that bell, share, like and comment below. Please leave us a 5-Star review on Apple and Spotify. This week we have an awesome show for you guys featuring Pastor Ronald Driver. His instagram page is filled with awesome biblical posts. We start out getting into Job 38 when Job was questioning God. We get into who the real Expert is on how the universe got its orgin. We get into verses in scripture that prove God cannot Lie. We get into holes that are in the Big Bang theory. We get into what science says about creation compared to what the Holy Bible says about creation. We get into Microevolution and Macroevolution. We get into Charles Darwin's religious beliefs. We get into The Royal Society and Invisible college. We get into who coined the Term Dinosoura. We get into Charles Darwin's Grand Father and his freemason, royal society and Lunar society ties. We get into how scripture says every animal will reproduce after its kind. We get into the true percentage of Humans to Chimpanzee's DNA. We do a comparison of what Evolution says to what Genesis says. All in all, this was an amazing episode. Check out Ronalds Instagram page for more from him: @driver_ronald --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/josh-monday/support

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - The Queen, Chimpanzees, and Gym Affiliates | Starting Strength Radio #179

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 78:18


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 04:17 Comments from the Haters! 19:58 Gym affiliates 24:19 Comments from the idiots 24:58 The Queen 38:40 Meet PRs 48:11 Training on a ship 51:39 Hip stress fracture 58:25 Man vs. chimp 1:02:08 Breathing during the press 1:03:54 Preparing a cheeseburger

That's Outrageous
Season 3 Episode 35: Anne is triggered by the Queen, spinach is sending emails, a chimpanzee is riding a bicycle and the 1985 film, "Just One of the Guys"

That's Outrageous

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 41:13


It took over 2 years but Anne and Crissy can finally claim to be "influencers". It's really remarkable and you'll just have to take a listen to find out how this came about. Plus, would you give up your plane seat so a family could sit together? Have you ever gotten an email from a bunch of spinach? And would you ever guess that all a chimpanzee needs is a hug and a raincoat to make him happy? Or that a story about said chimpanzee would lead Anne to make a connection to the non-stop coverage of the Queen's funeral and thus send her into a rage? I believe the term "box of bones" was bandied about. And no week would be complete without a discussion of an outrageously forgotten or forgettable film. I think this week we hit the mark on both counts with the 1985 film, "Just One of the Guys." Loosely based on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," this high school comedy has Billy Zabka (of course) in his requisite role of bad guy opposite a James Brown loving outsider - guess who gets the girl...and the dance lessons? Thank you for listening and be sure to follow us on Instagram for added content! crissy & anne --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crissy-shropshire/message

Life At The Ballpark
S4E6: The Most Bizarre Stories from Baseball History with Tim Hagerty

Life At The Ballpark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:03


Tim Hagerty is the play-by-play announder for the San Diego Padres' AAA affiliate in El Paso, TX. Tim shares some of the most bizarre stories in baseball history.  In this episode you'll hear about a frantic call to the police from The Lake Erie Crusher who reported a missing head. That's right, a missing head.  The day the New Orleans Pelicans' official mascot Henry the Chimpanzee got loose and chased players around the field, eventually heading to the stands and causing pandemonium for the fans.  How a low line drive by the Milwaukee Brewers went down the right field line resulted in a Home Run when the Louisville Colonels lost the ball in a... well, you'll have to this one. You'll also hear about a while bull that ended up on the field, a pitcher taking the mound in bare feet, and a train conductor who caught a fly ball. Tim Hagerty has been a professional baseball broadcaster fro 18 years. He's written hundreds of freelance baseball articles for Baseball Digest, MLB.com, Sporting News, The Hardball Times, and and other publications. Tim's latest book "Tales from the Dugout; 1,001 Humorous, Inspirational, and Wild Anecdotes from Minor League Baseball" is available on pre-order and set for release on March 21st, 2023. Tim also co-authored a book with Ripken called "Root for the Home Team: Minor League Baseball's Most Off-the-Wall Team Names and the Stories Behind Them." Follow the Life at the Ballpark podcast on: Facebook Twitter Catch up on previous episodes of Life at the Ballpark with John Frost.

Newsy Jacuzzi
Kid News This Week: UK mourns queen, chimps drum, Taylor's album, new “sus” dictionary words

Newsy Jacuzzi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 19:35


Kid News This Week: UK mourns death of Queen Elizabeth II, chimps drum-talk, Taylor Swift announces album release date, California's electric call-to-action and new “sus” words added to Merriam Webster dictionary, plus the world wrap and fab facts quiz this week on the coolest pool of news for curious kids and adults!

The Bizarre Files
The Bizarre Files #1302

The Bizarre Files

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 15:13


An escaped Chimpanzee was returned to a zoo on a bicycle… Man arrested for pleasuring himself outside woman's window while charging his phone... A solider seen parachuting while drinking a beer… & more.  

Amazing Wildlife: A San Diego Zoo Podcast
Chimpanzee: A Conversation with Dr. Jane Goodall

Amazing Wildlife: A San Diego Zoo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 31:31 Very Popular


For this very special episode of Amazing Wildlife, join global phenomenon and world-renowned conservationist, Dr. Jane Goodall, as she shares her lifelong passion for wildlife and her commitment to saving our natural world with Paul Baribault, President and Chief Executive Officer of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance. The two will sit down and chat about Jane's lifelong commitment to conserving our natural world, and as Chair of the Jane Goodall Institute's USA Board of Directors, Baribault talks with his friend about her love for chimpanzees and what it will take to protect and save our closest relatives—and the planet we all share. Featured promotion photo by JGI/Bill Wallauer. If you have a question for Amazing Wildlife you can send them to wildlife@iheartmedia.com for your chance to hear it on the show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Chimpanzee Drum Solos

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:20


Hour 2 of Wednesday's A&G: Low confidence in schools. iPhone cameras are way too powerful. Collegiate degrees that grads regret, and the big money behind the NFL's gambling ventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong and Getty
Chimpanzee Drum Solos

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 37:33 Very Popular


Hour 2 of Wednesday's A&G: Low confidence in schools. iPhone cameras are way too powerful. Collegiate degrees that grads regret, and the big money behind the NFL's gambling ventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo
Ep. 174 - Clobo's Topical Takes

Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 61:25 Very Popular


Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay take on topical news items related to sasquatchery in this new episode! Topics include: Stone-throwing chimpanzees, DNA from dirt, Oklahoma man, Chimpanzee memory tests, and Utah "ghost" footprints. Join our Patreon now to receive episodes of our bonus show "Beyond Bigfoot and Beyond" starting October 6th! Click here for more information: https://www.patreon.com/bigfootandbeyondpodcast

The BreakPoint Podcast
Cannibalism Now? Shock Value and the Value of Bodies

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:20 Very Popular


One of the iron laws of popcorn cinema, especially to score the coveted (but ever-more elusive) summer blockbuster status is that there must be sufficient shock value. And one of the iron laws of shock value is that it must always increase. Each new film must outdo the last one.  Take the Jurassic Park series. In the first movie back in 1993, a mere five people were eaten by dinosaurs, all of whom were confined to a tiny island. Fast-forward a few inferior sequels, and a score or more people are gobbled by a host of mutant CGI dinos prowling the entire planet along with giant killer grasshoppers. The lesson is clear: Audiences had already been shocked by dinosaurs coming back to life, and they wanted more. The old thrill would no longer do.   The more this iron law holds across pop culture, the more desensitized we become. Enter another rising entertainment genre more gruesome than dinosaurs eating people. People eating people.   Writing recently in The New York Times, Alex Beggs documented a growing fascination with cannibalism. In the article, Beggs offered a long list of movies, TV shows, and novels in which characters eating one another is a central plot device. The novel A Certain Hunger is “about a restaurant critic with a taste for (male) human flesh.” The Showtime series Yellowjackets is “about a high school women's soccer team stranded in the woods for a few months too many.” A new show on Hulu called Fresh is about “an underground human meat trade.” Raw is a film about “a vegetarian veterinary student whose taste for meat escalates,” and Bones and All is a movie about “a young love that becomes a lust for human consumption.”   “Turns out,” wrote Beggs, “cannibalism has a time and a place,” and “that time is now.”  What on earth is fueling a sudden fixation with perhaps the oldest and most unsettling of taboos? The writer of one show told the Times: “I feel like the unthinkable has become the thinkable, and cannibalism is very much squarely in the category of the unthinkable.” Another seemed to find the concept potentially appetizing, asking, “what portion of our revulsion to these things is a fear of the ecstasy of them?”  When I first saw the headline for this New York Times story appear in my newsfeed, I thought it was a prank. Apparently, all of these books, movies, and TV shows about cannibalism point to a very real partially popular trend. Why?   Perhaps, in a culture that has made virtues of deconstructing all moral boundaries and celebrating all desires, it is increasingly difficult to shock anyone. Shock value, after all, depends on some sense of what is right and wrong, and even more, what is normal. With sexual and gender identities multiplying daily and more and more people treating the human body as moldable clay without any underlying design or purpose, is it any wonder some are reimagining it as food?  And why shouldn't they, if human beings are only, as Christian author Glen Scrivener puts it, “mischievous apes?” Chimpanzees routinely kill and eat one another. If we are only advanced animals, it's difficult to imagine why we humans should have a strong aversion to dining on each other, too. If our bodies are in no way sacred or made for a higher purpose, then not just every sexual appetite, but every appetite must be permissible.  To be clear, I am not suggesting that we are on the cusp of a cannibal rights movement. I certainly hope we are not. The social aversion is extremely strong, as it should be, and has only been broken in a few times and places throughout history. Still, the current flirtations with people-eating in entertainment is a tell-tale sign of a culture that is losing all good aversions.   Like those sub-par Jurassic Park sequels resorting to ever hungrier and bigger dinosaurs, our movies and stories reveal a lost creativity, leaving a culture that must constantly push boundaries. In particular, our gnostic age tends to push the boundaries of how characters think of and use their bodies, and the bodies of others. When it comes to sex, titles like Fifty Shades of Grey and Cuties have already put sadomasochism and the sexual exploitation of children on the menu. In such a culture, a side dish of cannibalism isn't surprising.   Those who find a worldview in which bodies have no purpose or boundaries a bit nauseating should wonder why. Christians can tell them, and offer the alternative: a worldview in which bodies are sacred, not only because they are part of what it means to be created in God's image, but because God, Himself assumed a body and gave it for us. Interestingly, Christianity's early critics alleged that the Lord's Supper was a form of cannibalism. In fact, it was and is the ultimate reason that the human body is worthy of respect and honor, in the bedroom, at the movies, and even at the table.  

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
269. The Biology of Good and Evil | Frans de Waal & Dr Jordan B Peterson

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 105:46 Very Popular


Frans de Waal is an acclaimed Dutch primatologist and ethologist. He's written and published numerous books, including 'Chimpanzee Cultures,' 'Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?', 'Mam's Last Hug,' and his most recent book, 'Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist.'In this episode, Frans de Waal and I discuss a number of things, including the instinct for reciprocal cooperation, the characteristics of sex and gender, the necessity of play, reconciliation, how we mismeasure animals, and much more. Thanks for watching. —Links— Read Frans de Waal's books: https://www.amazon.com/Frans-De-Waal/e/B000APOHE0%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share —Chapters—[0:00] Intro[6:44] A Background in Ethology[9:46] The Social Organization of Chimpanzees [12:11] Supporters Make Chimps Dominant[15:56] An Instinct for Reciprocal Cooperation[17:37] Female Choice in Sexual Selection[22:45] Biology's Victorian Beginnings [24:37] Bonobo's Collective Dominance[27:42] Characteristics of Sex and Gender[31:02] Preferences in Types of Play[33:26] The Origin of Antisocial Behavior [35:43] The Necessity of Play[37:13] How Play Teaches Self Control[41:01] Self Socialization[46:18] Interference in Boys' Development[51:34] The Behavior of Reconciliation[57:29] Differences in Male and Female Aggression [59:35] Peace Making vs. Peace Keeping[1:01:59] The Conundrum of Compassion[1:03:11] Competitiveness In Males and Females[1:06:20] Disliking the Facts of Sex Differences[1:11:36] How We Mismeasure Animals[1:21:24] Anthropomorphizing Animals[1:23:26] Consciousness in Animals[1:27:15] Sentience [1:31:16] Self Consciousness and Embellishment [1:35:50] Unconscious Olfaction [1:38:53] Problems with Virtualizing the World[1:40:41] Frans de Waal's Intellectual Heroes[1:42:20] Closing Comments#fransdewaal #reciprocity #primatology #jordanpeterson #animalbehavior #dominance// SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/jordanbpeterson.co... Donations: https://jordanbpeterson.com/donate // COURSES // Discovering Personality: https://jordanbpeterson.com/personality Self Authoring Suite: https://selfauthoring.com Understand Myself (personality test): https://understandmyself.com // BOOKS // Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: https://jordanbpeterson.com/Beyond-Order 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: https://jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-... Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: https://jordanbpeterson.com/maps-of-m... // LINKS // Website: https://jordanbpeterson.com Events: https://jordanbpeterson.com/events Blog: https://jordanbpeterson.com/blog Podcast: https://jordanbpeterson.com/podcast // SOCIAL // Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson Instagram: https://instagram.com/jordan.b.peterson Facebook: https://facebook.com/drjordanpeterson Telegram: https://t.me/DrJordanPeterson All socials: https://linktr.ee/drjordanbpeterson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices