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Talking with Painters
Ep 116: Aida Tomescu (uncut)

Talking with Painters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 33:59


Fresh out of Sydney lockdown, the incredible works of Aida Tomescu are showing both in Sydney with Fox Jensen Gallery and in Hong Kong with Flowers Gallery in two outstanding exhibitions. To add to this, in early December 2021, Orange Regional Gallery will be exhibiting what promises to be a blockbuster Tomescu show, looking at the artist's latest large works and how they connect to a group of key paintings and etchings from the past twenty years. Tying in with these shows, I recently came across some footage I'd taken in the lead up to Aida's 2019 show with Fox Jensen Gallery, ‘The Open Wounds of White Clouds'. Watching the video again, I soon realised there were many timeless gems in that conversation which I had never published, so here is the full exchange. We filmed this conversation in Aida's studio in August 2019, in the midst of many dynamic works lining the walls and with Aida standing in front of the triptych titled ‘Sewn onto the Stones in the Sky'. That work has since been acquired by the Art Gallery of NSW (see below) and Aida talks in this episode about her approach to that work. This episode will also be released as a video on the Talking with Painters YouTube channel with a view to uploading by mid-November. Scroll down to see four previous videos of Aida currently on the channel. To hear the audio podcast conversation click 'play' beneath the above feature photo. Current and upcoming shows 'A Long Line of Sand', Fox Jensen Gallery, Sydney, current until 30 October 2021'In a Carpet Made of Water', Flowers Gallery, Hong Kong, current until 'Unfolding Presence', Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, opening 3 December, 2021 Useful Links Aida Tomescu websiteAida Tomescu at Fox Jensen GalleryAida Tomescu at Flowers GalleryEpisode 33 Talking with Painters podcast: Aida TomescuEpisode 65 Talking with Painters podcast: Aida Tomescu on Tony Tuckson Previous YouTube videos https://youtu.be/pbSNWrtdOdY https://youtu.be/9D7B1W3cH3c https://youtu.be/IbhHjZ0YZxI https://youtu.be/BJ8052xpX8c 'Sewn onto the Stones in the Sky'oil on Belgian linen200 x 460cm overallCollection: Art Gallery of NSWPurchased with funds donated by Ken Cole AM and Rowena Danziger AMPhoto: Andrew Jensen A Long Line of Sand III, 2021 oil on Belgian linen206 x 480cm (triptych)Photo: Andrew Jensen Gloria, 2021oil on Belgian linen. 200 x 460 cm (triptych)Fox Jensen Gallery, SydneyPhoto: Andrew Jensen Into a carpet made of water, 2021Oil on Belgian linen200 x 153 cmFlowers Gallery exhibition, Hong Kong, 2021Photo courtesy of the Gallery

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
The Joy Taylor Show Talks Patrick Mahomes Current Performance and Fixing NFL Taunting Penalties

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 99:43


Joy Taylor reacts to the rough start for the Kansas City Chiefs and looks at what this season means for Patrick Mahomes. Joy gives her Favorite Five picks for Week 6. Joy explains why it is time for the Browns to move on from Odell Beckham Jr. Joy breaks down the issues with taunting penalties in the NFL and explains what changes needs to happen with officiating. Guests include: Courtney Fallon - Bad Signal Podcast, AJ Ross - CBS Sports, Jeremy Kelley - Former NFL WR Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

I Doubt It with Dollemore
#753 – “Thanksgiving, Flu Shots, Pat Robertson's Resignation, Reconciliation Bill & Findings on Expanding the Court, and Takin' Care of Biz featuring Jake Tapper.”

I Doubt It with Dollemore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 74:47


Jesse and Brittany discuss reminders for Thanksgiving, flu shots, a listener voicemail related to vaccine mandates and staffing shortages in hospitals, Joe Rogan’s episode with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and his praise of Tucker Carlson, Pat Robertson’s resignation and contributions to society, the failure of the media and politicians to educate the American people on the... The post #753 – “Thanksgiving, Flu Shots, Pat Robertson’s Resignation, Reconciliation Bill & Findings on Expanding the Court, and Takin’ Care of Biz featuring Jake Tapper.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.

Inside The 18
Episode 201: Session Demands w/ Former Chelsea GK & Current Revs Coach Kevin Hitchcock + Coaching "Special" circumstances w/ Youth GK Advocate Aubrey McLin

Inside The 18

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 124:15


PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: Suicide attack in Afghanistan kills 47, wounds dozens

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 4:41


In our news wrap Friday, at least 47 people were killed and 70 were wounded in Afghanistan when a suicide bomber attacked a Shiite mosque in the city of Kandahar, attorneys for Nikolas Cruz say he will plead guilty for murdering 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida in 2018, and the Biden administration says it will go to the U.S. Supreme Court to stop a Texas ban on abortions. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
International community joins forces as ransomware attacks create major disruptions

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 6:47


Thirty countries have been meeting virtually with the Biden administration this week to coordinate efforts against the growing problem of ransomware cyber attacks, which have caused major disruptions around the world in recent months. Anne Neuberger, the deputy national security advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technology who organized the conference, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The NXTLVL Show
236. Is Muscle Soreness All It's Cracked Up To Be?

The NXTLVL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:55


The whole gang is finally back together again in this episode! What else would we talk about after such a long time apart? Muscle soreness! Is it the bee's knees? The cat's meow? Or is it less indicative of a good workout than some may lead you to believe? Follow us on Instagram: @thenxtlvlshow @jonalvafitness @primeandglory @mikenillespt (Intro) Mike's trip, Boston, Current life events, couches (14:08) Topic begins - Muscle soreness, and what it means (17:45) What is muscle soreness? (26:28) How to gauge the right amount of soreness (32:00) Recovery and Adaptation (37:56) Recap and how often you should be sore (50:22) Different forms of progress (57:30) Outro - Dad jokes and Squid Game

Montessori Academy of Colorado Podcast
MAC Parent Podcast 101521

Montessori Academy of Colorado Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 2:50


Current events at the Montessori Academy of Colorado in Denver, 10/15/21.

BK & Ferrario
Jim Duquette, former GM & current MLB Network radio host, on the possible candidates as manager for the Cardinals

BK & Ferrario

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:19


Charlottesville Community Engagement
October 15, 2021: After nearly five years of review, Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends approval of Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:51


In today’s subscriber-supported public service announcement, the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards continues to offer classes and events this fall and winter to increase your awareness of our wooden neighbors and to prepare for the future. On October 19, there’s a free class on the Selection, Planting, and Care of Trees from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (register) In early November, there is a three part class on Winter Invasive Plant Identification and Treatment. Information on all the classes and the group can be found at www.charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org. On today’s show:The Charlottesville Planning Commission recommends approval of the update of the Charlottesville Comprehensive PlanA start-up seeking sugar substitutes secures funding for expansion at the State Farm BuildingThe Charlottesville Tree Commission looks forward to the future and a little ReLeafWe begin today with an economic development announcement in Albemarle County. Specifically at the former regional headquarters for State Farm on Pantops. Governor Ralph Northam was on hand to announce that the firm Bonumose will partner with the Hershey Company to research and develop reduced or zero sugar chocolate.“This is a $28 million investment that Bonumose is putting forth in the Commonwealth of Virginia,” Northam said. Ed Rogers is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Bonumose, which was formed in 2016 and currently operates out of the University of Virginia’s North Fork research park. Using a $256,000 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund and $300,000 from the Virginia Investment Performance Grant program, Bonumose will move to a portion of the State Farm site.“It’s an important milestone, 36,000 square foot building,” Rogers said. Bonumose is betting that its technology can provide a healthy sugar substitute that can be produced at a price that can be affordable. Rogers said there’s a lot of hard work to do to prove that the tech will pay off. “We are not so full of hubris that we think that’s going to be easy,” Rogers said. “I mean, sugar is great. Who doesn’t love sugar? I mean even if you hate sugar, you probably love sugar also. It’s the gold standard of sweeteners. It’s natural. It tastes great. It is functional. It provides structure to foods. It helps depress the freezing point so you have creamy ice cream. It caramelizes. It does all of these things in food so when you’re talking about replacing sugar, it’s just not a matter of replacing the sweetness.” Current sugar substitutes do not work as well in cooking, and can be much more expensive than the real thing. Rogers said the product Bonumose will make s based on tagatose, a naturally occurring sweetener. The Pantops facility will serve as a demonstration project and will provide at least 64 new jobs. Rogers said this only came about because the county’s Economic Development office approached the company with options on how to expand. Soon after the pandemic, State Farm said they would shift entirely to a teleworking model and would not return to the 365,000 square foot building. Economic Development Director Roger Johnson is fond of using code names for various projects that they are working on before the deals can be announced. “Albemarle County had begun working with Bonumose well before the state die and we named this project internally Project Leopard, after Def Leppard’s hit song Pour Some Sugar On Me,” Johnson said. This is a story I’ll continue to monitor in the weeks, months, and years to come.New grant programThe City of Charlottesville has launched a new grant program intended to encourage job creation. The GO Hire program run by the Office of Economic Development will be adapted as part of the city’s pandemic recovery efforts. The position must pay $15 an hour. (learn more)“Grant funds can be used for City based businesses hiring a new employee that is a City resident,” reads the application for the program. “[The Office of Economic Development] will reimburse 50 percent of the wages for the initial eight week hiring period.”Grants are capped at $5,000, but the positions are eligible for the Virginia Return to Earn Initiative operated by Virginia Career Works. Comprehensive Plan milestone achieved After four years and ten months of review, the seven member Charlottesville Planning Commission has voted unanimously to recommend approval of an updated Comprehensive Plan as well as the Future Land Use Map. They did so after a long public hearing in which dozens of community members spoke about the plan, which has been drafted by the firm Rhodeside & Harwell as part of the Cville Plans Together initiative. James Freas has only been Charlottesville’s director of Neighborhood Development Services for one month, but had the honor of introducing the public hearing. “The result of this process to date is the draft plan that you have before you tonight which is itself only a first step as we move on to the implementation actions and rulemaking through the zoning ordinance project,” Freas said. That’s the third step in the Cville Plans Together project, but Freas said the Planning Commission had to take into consideration all of the chapters of the Comprehensive Plan. “As we move into implementation, we will be considering this entire plan,” Freas said. “While there has been discussion of the land use map, the strategies in this plan call for environmental protection, historic preservation, recognition of neighborhood context, addressing climate change, and providing affordable housing among many other issues and all of these will go into crafting a new zoning ordinance.”Freas said that densities called for in the future map may be adjusted in places where it is not suitable. He said he is excited to join the team just as this next phase gets underway. Update on Climate Action PlanAfter a presentation on the plan, Commissioners got the chance to ask questions before the public hearing began. One yielded an update on the Climate Action Plan from Kristel Riddervold, the city’s environmental sustainability and facilities development manager. “There’s been sort of some competing priorities that the city has worked on and so we have in some ways given some deference to the comp plan process,” Riddervold said. “There’s been a lot of ground work and climate protection related supporting work that’s been going on for the past year. There is still fully a commitment to develop a climate action plan because that is consistent with Council’s commitment with the Compact of Mayors.”Bill Palmer works in the Office of the Architect at the University of Virginia. He said he supported goals in the draft Comprehensive Plan that refer to the role UVA plays in the community. “And the acknowledgement of UVA’s influence on many aspect of Charlottesville both positive and negative,” Palmer said. “I think continuing the collaboration and cooperation between the city and University is very important and [Albemarle] County as well.”Public hearingThe public hearing lasted nearly two hours and featured competing visions. Some are concerned that additional density in the map could worsen the phenomenon of gentrification.“The process that got us to this point has been incredibly flawed and is now barreling toward a forced premature conclusion,” said Julia Whiting. One former Planning Commissioner agreed with that sentiment. “It feels like we’re driving drunk at night,” said Bill Emory. “Kind-hearted developers will not address our shortage of affordable housing.Third-year UVA student Chloe Estrada said she supports a plan which will hold landlords accountable. “Earlier this year, we conducted a survey of students who have lived off-Grounds to learn more about their housing experiences with specific regard to treatment they have received from landlords,” Estrada said. “Broadly, only 43 percent of student renters were satisfied with their off Grounds housing experience.” One supporter of the plan wanted the implementation phase to begin quickly.“I recommend that you not slow down the process and that you go ahead and adopt this map as a guide for creating new zoning,” said Kathryn Laughon. “We know that changes in status quo are going to create a lot of backlash.”On Monday, Council and the Planning Commission held a two-hour question and answer period on the plan. Kevin Hildebrand had listened and it cleared up one aspect of the plan. “I was encouraged listening to yesterday’s meeting that the up to 12 units is not a by-right development in medium density,” Hildebrand said. “Heretofore that has not been made clear and perhaps the allowable density will be based on lot size.”Commission review and adoptionDozens more people spoke over the next hour or so before the Commission got to their deliberation. There were many discussions of tweaks, and quite a few amendments. Some of this came down to what language should be used. Here’s an interchange about bonus density for providing affordable housing in “sensitive” areas.“I got a new wording,” said Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg. “Consider allowing additional units and height under a bonus program or other zoning mechanism with greater and deeper affordability than non-sensitive areas.” “Is it ‘consider’ or just ‘allowing’ because ‘consider’ means that maybe you can, maybe you cannot,” said Commisioner Taneia Dowell. “‘Allowing sounds like something can happen.”“I don’t think we know yet whether that it should be considered,” said Commissioner Liz Russell. “That’s I think the point.”“In my opinion we can change it to allow and then we can figure out the number in that bonus program,” said Commissioner Karim Habbab. Going forward, NDS Director James Freas will be leading the discussions. If this were a role-playing game, he’s sort of like the dungeon master. “When we say consider, what we mean is that the planning board and the City Council would be the ones doing the considering at the time when you’re moving forward with the adoption of the zoning,”Council will have to take a vote and some of the amendments suggested by the Planning Commission need to be fleshed out by the consultants with more information and specifics. Shortly before the vote, NDS Deputy Director Missy Creasy listed four changes that would be made. One of them was the language we just heard. Here is another:“Require that zoning changes preserve and enhance historic and cultural resources,” Creasy said. Another is to further outline what is meant by a “sensitive” area.“And number four, recommend that sensitive area delineation should continue to be defined and additional means and metrics beyond Census block data need to be considered,” Creasy said. The next step will be the first reading by City Council, scheduled for November 15. In today’s second Substack-fueled shout-out, Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. While Charlottesville does not yet have a specific Climate Adaptation Plan, the draft Comprehensive Plan has several references to the importance of trees to the city’s overall goals. In 2015, a measurement found that the city’s tree canopy was at 45 percent of the land cover. The 2021 draft Comprehensive Plan features more calls for preservation requirements including Goal 6 of the Environment, Climate, and Food Equity chapter which includes many strategies for increasing tree canopy, especially in areas that experience the urban heat island effect due to a lack of shade. “The Comprehensive Plan when it is finally done is going to have significant statements about supporting trees, adding trees, and the environmental health of the city,”  said Planning Commissioner Jody Lahendro at the October 5 meeting of the Tree Commission. The Tree Commission was created in 2010 to advocate for those types of policies, and to recognize specific trees. At the beginning of their meeting on October 5, Chair Brian Menard noted that a landmark tree in Maplewood Cemetery crashed to the ground the weekend before.“There is significant damage to the fabric of the cemetery,” Menard said. “There are a lot of stones damaged, some surely beyond repair.” Menard said the sudden death of the tree has caused an impact and points to the importance of celebrating trees. “Just watching people through the neighborhood react to this, it reminds me that for the last year or so we have especially stressed the functional benefits of trees, the health benefits, the environmental benefits,” Menard said. To help with education about those benefits, a group called Charlottesville ReLeaf has formed to lead efforts to help spread the word and to plant trees in strategic areas. Peggy Van Yahres is one of its members. (learn more)“What we want to do is get kids and families excited about trees and the green industry, so we’re really starting with some educational events,” Van Yahres said. Van Yahres said the group is working on developing a website. One idea is to develop materials that can demonstrate the heat differences between different playgrounds. The one at Venable Elementary features a bit of shade, whereas most others do not. Menard said the Tree Commission should be playing a role in making sure that new public projects will include new trees.“We need to know who and where and when plans are being made to make changes to city property so that we’re in early enough on the conversation,” Menard said. “So whether that is with Public Works or with the school division or whoever.” The Tree Commission also got an update on municipal tree planting on public property. The current capital improvement program has set aside $75,000 for that purpose. Mike Ronaybe is the city’s arborist and he said staff needs to be in place to do the planting and to make sure planted trees are regularly watered. “We usually hire 17 seasonals that work at parks in the summertime,” Ronayne said. “I think we are able to fill three of those positions so that’s just seasonal staff. Our full-time staff we’re down about a third from where we need to be for full-time positions.”In the 2020 State of the Forest report, Ronayne stated there is a city planting goal of 200 trees a year, but that has not been met for four years. The Tree Commission discussed ways to encourage other ways to help meet the goal.Special announcement! Today’s the third day of a new promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown Mall This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Taste Radio
Staying Current? It's All About A Convergence Of Convenience, Health And Indulgence

Taste Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:31


This episode highlights notable news and new products from the perspective of Taste Radio hosts Ray Latif, Jacqui Brugliera and Mike Schneider, including an unusual cola collaboration, a groundbreaking law impacting CBD brands, flavor-driven innovation in overnight oatmeal, RTD cocktails and hummus. The show also includes updates on BevNET and NOSH's upcoming pitch competitions, a recap on beverage-related innovation, news and trends observed at the recently held 2021 NACS trade show and interviews with two entrepreneurs representing emerging brands: Cori Sue Morris, the founder and CEO of super-premium nut butter brand Retreat Foods and Susan Palmer, the founder and CEO of Little Red Kitchen Bake Shop, a maker of small-batch baked goods. Show notes: 1:05: Love It Or Hate It… We're Talking About It. -- The hosts opined about Pepsi's new limited-edition Cracker Jack flavor, why we're convinced that we have a brand competition that would suit almost any early-stage food or beverage company, Mike's excitement at the passage of Assembly Bill 45 and products that tickled the hosts' fancy over the past week, including a remarkable non-alcoholic canned cocktail and an upstart brand of freeze dried fruits and vegetables that is so(w) good. 21:14: A Re-Energized NACS Show -- Taste Radio editor Ray Latif sat down with BevNET Managing Editor Martin Caballero to discuss his major takeaways from this year's NACS trade show, including  innovation in the energy drink category and how emerging brands are targeting the space, new products from the Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo that are targeting the convenience store channel and Vita Coco's new canned offering. 33:13: Interview: Cori Sue Morris, Founder/CEO, Retreat Foods -- Latif spoke with Morris at Natural Products Expo East 2021 for a conversation about the backstory and positioning of Retreat Foods, which markets adaptogenic-infused nut butters, why she's targeting Goop enthusiasts and how she mapped out social and pricing strategies for the brand. 43:05: Interview:  Susan Palmer, Founder & CEO, Little Red Kitchen Bake Shop -- Also recorded at the Expo East 2020 show, Latif spoke with Palmer, whose Brooklyn-based company makes small batch, artisan cookies and sweet treats that are baked with mostly organic, fair trade and non-GMO ingredients. The conversation chronicled Palmer's experience as an entrepreneur, her commitment to high quality ingredients, the challenges of wholesaling fresh products, the company's recent alignment with rapid delivery service Gorillas and how she's positioning the brand for distribution in major retail chains. Brands in this episode: Ghia, Ithaca Hummus, Diesel Water, Sow Good, MUSH, Pepsi, Cedar's, Later Days Coffee, A Dash, Alani Nu, Soul Fixx Elixirs, MOSH, Super Coffee, Ethan's, Riot Energy, Shaka Tea, Zoa, C4, Rockstar Energy, Bang Energy, Monster Energy, Naked Juice, Smartwater, AHA, Minute Maid, Zico, Odwalla, Suja, Barrilitos, Vita Coco, Retreat Foods, Little Red Kitchen Bake Shop

Law School
Taxation in the US: Capital Gains (Part 1 of 2)

Law School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 16:18


In the United States of America, individuals and corporations pay U.S. federal income tax on the net total of all their capital gains. The tax rate depends on both the investor's tax bracket and the amount of time the investment was held. Short-term capital gains are taxed at the investor's ordinary income tax rate and are defined as investments held for a year or less before being sold. Long-term capital gains, on dispositions of assets held for more than one year, are taxed at a lower rate. Current law. The United States taxes short-term capital gains at the same rate as it taxes ordinary income. Long-term capital gains are taxed at lower rates shown in the table below. (Qualified dividends receive the same preference.) unrecaptured Section 1250 gain — the portion of gains on depreciable real estate (structures used for business purposes) that has been or could have been claimed as depreciation — is capped at 25%. The income amounts ("tax brackets") were reset by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 for the 2018 tax year to equal the amount that would have been due under prior law. They will be adjusted each year based on the Chained CPI measure of inflation. These income amounts are after deductions: There is another bracket of income below that shown as $0 in the table, on which no tax is due. For 2018, this amount is at least the standard deduction, $12,000 for an individual return and $24,000 for a joint return, or more if the taxpayer has over that amount in itemized deductions. Additional taxes. There may be taxes in addition to the tax rates shown in the above table. Taxpayers earning income above certain thresholds ($200,000 for singles and heads of household, $250,000 for married couples filing jointly and qualifying widowers with dependent children, and $125,000 for married couples filing separately) pay an additional 3.8% tax on all investment income. This tax is known as the net investment income tax. Therefore, the top federal tax rate on long-term capital gains is 23.8%. State and local taxes often apply to capital gains. In a state whose tax is stated as a percentage of the federal tax liability, the percentage is easy to calculate. Some states structure their taxes differently. In this case, the treatment of long-term and short-term gains does not necessarily correspond to the federal treatment. Capital gains do not push ordinary income into a higher income bracket. The Capital Gains and Qualified Dividends Worksheet in the Form 1040 instructions specifies a calculation that treats both long-term capital gains and qualified dividends as though they were the last income received, then applies the preferential tax rate as shown in the above table. Conversely, however, this means an increase in ordinary income will withdraw the 0% and 15% brackets for capital gains taxes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support

Dr. James White on SermonAudio
Current Developments in the New Standard for Greek New Testament Studies

Dr. James White on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 53:00


A new MP3 sermon from BMA Theological Seminary is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Current Developments in the New Standard for Greek New Testament Studies Subtitle: Guest Lecture Speaker: Dr. James White Broadcaster: BMA Theological Seminary Event: Teaching Date: 10/7/2021 Bible: Jude 5 Length: 53 min.

Welcome To The Winners Circle
#71: Shannon Smedella - The Reverend Returns

Welcome To The Winners Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 62:28


On episode 71 of Welcome To The Winners Circle, Derek Pang and co-host Bianca Léger interview Shannon Smadella (IG: @shannonsmadella) an ordained spiritual minister & teacher metaphysician, Reiki master, Akashic reader, mental health advocate, business executive and former Miss Canada who returns to WTTWC for her second appearance. Here are some of the subjects we touched on: - What she loves about her world right now. - Her ultimate teacher in her life. - Empathy. - Her mission today. - The practices that bring her the most joy in this world. - Working with the elements. - Her entry into the metaphysical world. - The impact of psychedelic medicine upon her journey. - Her involvement with MAPS Canada. - Current scientific research regarding the positive benefits of psilocybin mushrooms. - The importance of integration in regards to one's return from a psychedelic experience. - The energy healing practise of Reiki. - Closing words of wisdom. I hope you guys enjoy this podcast as much as we did. We are all on the same path, The Hero's Journey, just at different points along the way. Thank you so much for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: WTTWC Podcast: @wttwc Derek Pang - @pangyoga Bianca Léger - @bee.leger https://www.welcometothewinnerscircle.com

ShopNotes Podcast
ShopNotes Podcast E091: Shop Coffee and Current Garage Theories

ShopNotes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 39:23


Join John, Logan, and Phil for this week's ShopNotes Podcast where they discuss the important woodworking topics, like: "Is your workshop caffeinated or nah?"

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
Cattle Current Podcast—Oct. 15, 2021

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 8:23


Negotiated cash fed cattle trade was limited on moderate demand in Nebraska and the western Corn Belt through Thursday afternoon, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Live sales were steady to $2 higher in the western Corn Belt at $124/cwt., while dressed prices were steady at $196. There were too few to trend in [...]

The Gargle
Cryptocurrency Collector's Edition! (Part 1)

The Gargle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:02


Josh Gondelman and Alison Spittle join host Alice Fraser for a part 1 of a special cryptocurrency-themed episode of The Gargle, the weekly topical comedy podcast from The Bugle - with no politics!

PBS NewsHour - World
Why energy prices are spiking globally and how it affects green initiatives

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 7:36


Gasoline prices are on the rise, along with the cost of home-heating oil and natural gas. But international energy officials at the Russian Energy Week event on Thursday warned of a global energy crunch that could slow the economic recovery from the pandemic. Nick Schifrin has more. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
Targeted assassinations, violent protest crackdowns keep Iraqi voters away from polls

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 8:36


Iraq's recent elections were in large part driven by a protest movement that erupted two years ago, denouncing government corruption and lack of services. Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi is vying for a second term while trying to balance relations with the U.S. -- which still has 2,500 troops in Iraq -- and Iran, which supports powerful militia in Iraq. Special correspondent Simona Foltyn reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

CCO Oncology Podcast
PARP Inhibitors in Ovarian Cancer: Experts Discuss Patient Cases and the Current Paradigm

CCO Oncology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 13:53


In this episode, Nicoletta Colombo, MD; Philipp Harter, MD, PhD; and  Alexandra Leary, MD, PhD, discuss patient cases from a live webinar on the current paradigm and long-term benefits of PARPi therapy in the treatment of ovarian cancer. Topics include:Maintenance therapy in ovarian cancerSOLO1, PRIMA, PAOLO-1 clinical dataRole of bevacizumab in treatment of ovarian cancerPresenters:Nicoletta Colombo, MDProfessor of Obstetrics and GynecologyUniversity of Milan-BicoccaEuropean Institute of OncologyMilan, ItalyPhilipp Harter, MD, PhDDeputy DirectorDepartment of Gynecology and Gynecologic OncologyEvang. Kliniken Essen-MitteEssen, GermanyAlexandra Leary, MD, PhDMedical Oncologist and Team LeaderGynecology Translational Research LabDepartment of MedicineGustave Roussy Cancer CenterParis, FranceContent based on an online CME program supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca.New Perspectives in Ovarian Cancer: Current Paradigm and Long-term Benefits of PARPi Therapyhttps://bit.ly/3aF8Lui 

Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore
How to Navigate the Current Landscape of Leading on Today's School Campus

Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 26:29


This is the first of three episodes focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership Pre-Order + Bonus Contact: podcast@growingleaders.com Social Media: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore & @AndrewMcPeak  

We Have a Technical
We Have A Technical 379: Sanctioned Yelling

We Have a Technical

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 76:57


The thematic complexity, musical variety, and labyrinthine discography of Current 93 is the subject of this week's We Have A Technical. David Tibet's work has had a profound impact on both of us and the genres we cover here at I Die: You Die, and so without intending to be at all authoritative or all-encompassing, we wanted to have a conversation which would take up a host of questions and issues extending out of one of the most singular bodies of experimental music from the past century. Buckle up, shit's gonna get gnostic.

MS Living Well: Key Info from Multiple Sclerosis Experts
Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trials

MS Living Well: Key Info from Multiple Sclerosis Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:28


Interested in improving MS care? Participating in a clinical trial may have personal advantages and help others in the future. Trial design discussed including whether or not a placebo (no treatment) will be used. Criteria needed to enroll in a clinical study called inclusion and exclusion criteria explained. Key elements of clinical trials outlined including multiple safety measures and informed consent. Current clinical trials in multiple sclerosis are covered including using highly effective treatment early for someone living with multiple sclerosis. Current studies in progressive MS and remyelination shared. Compounds highlighted include BTK inhibitors, masitinib, ibudilast, simvastatin and gold nanocrystals. Barry Singer MD, Director of The MS Center for Innovations in Care, interviews: Jiwon Oh MD PhD is the Director of the BARLO MS Centre at St. Micheal's Hospital in Toronto. She is an Associate Professor of Neurology University of Toronto. Dr. Oh's research focuses on developing advanced imaging techniques of the spinal cord and brain for use in clinical settings. She is the principal investigator on local and collaborative, multi-center MRI studies. Dr. Oh is the lead of the Canadian National Progression Cohort, which is focused on better understanding progression in MS. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto and medical school from Queen's University. Dr. Oh completed her residency at the University of Toronto, PhD in Public Health at John Hopkins and neuroimmunology fellowship at John Hopkins. Robert Bermel MD is a neurologist specializing in multiple sclerosis at the Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Cleveland Clinic. He received a medical degree with thesis honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Bermel completed his neurology residency training and served as Chief Resident at Cleveland Clinic. He was funded as a National MS Society postdoctoral fellow in clinical neuroimmunology and advanced imaging at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Bermel cares for patients, conducts imaging research, and an investigator in multiple clinical trials at the Mellen Center. His current research interests focus on the identification of advanced imaging methods to evaluate and improve recovery from inflammatory demyelinating disease. Visit www.mslivingwell.org for more information.

The Powers Sports Memorabilia Show
Why Autographs of Current Players Make Horrible Long-Term Investments & What To Buy Instead

The Powers Sports Memorabilia Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 10:22


It might be a no-brainer to say, but in the autograph world, there are 2 huge categories everything can be broken down into. Items from players there are deceased or retired, and items from players that are still very active or even new.Eventually, you'll even have to ask yourself, which category is better for my investing? What autographs are better to buy long-term? This can be a hard question to answer. While the new and current players feel so much more exciting and it can be so easy to get caught up in the hype and want to be a part of it.The reality is this also makes current player items more volatile and unpredictable. For me, that just isn't the game I'm looking to play when it comes to my autographs. So today we're going to talk about why retired and deceased players might be the safer way to go.Of course, these are just my thoughts and opinions, but it is a huge question that you need to answer for yourself if you're going to be comfortable in this hobby! I'll help you come to your own answer for this question today on the Power's Sports Memorabilia Show! Website: https://www.powerssportsmemorabilia.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/powersautographsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PowersCollectiblesTwitter: https://twitter.com/powerscoPodcast: https://powerssportsmemorabilia.buzzsprout.com/Want 20% off Sports Card Investors Market Movers software program?  Use my affiliate link below and code POWERS20https://www.sportscardinvestor.com/plans/?ref=49Need jerseys or photos for my upcoming autograph signings?  Fanatics has you covered.  Affiliate link below.If you choose to purchase anything from the above links, please know I may receive a small commission.  Only buy if you will truly use it and it fits into your budget.https://fanatics.ncw6.net/vnN0yj0:00 Coming Up0:41 Today's Topic2:25 Won't Get Traded3:10 Speculating Vs. Investing4:54 Better Understanding Of Value5:42 We Know The Availability7:03 We Know The Stats7:55 Limited Edition Or Inscribed Items8:30 Am I Hooked On This Player8:47 Iconic Player Moment Or Story9:10 Likelihood Of New Cards Or Autographs #owerssportsmemorabilia #autographs #sportsmemorabilia

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast
Ep. 5 | What Did Christians Believe Within the First 24 Months of the Resurrection?

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:45


How do we know what the first Christians believed? Why are secular historians now increasingly convinced the Gospel accounts are based on eyewitness testimonies? Join Dr. Ankerberg as he interviews Dr. Gary Habermas, considered the world's foremost authority on the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, for the groundbreaking evidence upending academic studies today. Current…

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Hunting & Fishing: It's What We Do - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 63:03


In this week's In The Current, the crew officially kicks off Season 6.  We get updates from Pik & Ryan about their archery season, then we head north for an update from Will about his trip to Sodus Bay.  We make some plans for ice fishing & we hear about the fun Brad's been up to in the archery woods and with Catfish on the water.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

PHLV Radio
immigration Law On your side: Green Card Through 245 (i) Adjustment

PHLV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 37:00


Learn about eligibility requirements to obtaining a green card through 245(i) adjustment. Current immigration law allows certain undocumented or overstayed immigrants to become Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) without first having to leave the United States. #ImmigrationLawOnYourSide is presented by Reeves Immigration Law Group with FJ Diza, US Immigration Attorney.

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
Cattle Current Podcast—Oct. 14, 2021

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


Negotiated cash fed cattle trade was steady with the previous week in the Southern Plains at $124/cwt. through Wednesday afternoon, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Trade was limited on light demand in the Texas Panhandle; slow on moderate demand in Kansas. Trade in other regions was slow on light demand. Live sales in [...]

PBS NewsHour - World
How Biden plans to combat 'longstanding weaknesses' in American supply chain

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 3:25


Combating the global supply chain delays that are negatively impacting the U.S. economy topped President Joe Biden's agenda Wednesday, as he promised new efforts to restore the supply chain and tame inflation. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
Sec. Raimondo 'optimistic' about clearing supply logjam at U.S. ports by Christmas

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:05


Judy Woodruff takes a closer look at how the Biden administration plans to address global supply chain challenges and combating inflation with Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo. Raimondo addresses both the supply shortage of general consumer goods and also vital items like semiconductors. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
Government, private sector cooperation necessary to clear supply bottleneck, expert says

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 6:34


Judy Woodruff looks at the limits of what President Joe Biden can do about the supply and delivery issues facing the United States, and other problems affecting the economy simultaneously, with David Lynch of The Washington Post. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
How U.S. can help crumbling Afghan economy and support international aid efforts

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 7:58


It's been two months since the Taliban took control of Kabul and solidified their grip on Afghanistan. The country's banking system and economy is all but collapsing. Afghanistan needs urgent help, according to the head of one of the largest humanitarian aid organizations operating in the country. Jan Egeland, the secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council joins Nick Schifrin with more. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Papa & Lund Podcast Podcast
10-13 Tim Ryan explains why the 49ers current problems are easily solvable

Papa & Lund Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 10:44


49ers broadcaster Tim Ryan chats with Greg Papa & John Lund  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
10-13 Tim Ryan explains why the 49ers current problems are easily solvable

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 10:44


49ers broadcaster Tim Ryan chats with Greg Papa & John Lund  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tony Soto Show
Maps lie (featuring Kevin Dekimpe)

The Tony Soto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 52:10


This week the boys are holding down the fort. I have to defend my character, and then we talk about my amazing guest appearance on Wanna Be on Top. Maxwell stands up for an hour, stands up to me about the state of the pandemic, and learns to stand up for his full name. Our guest is LA-based singer-songwriter, Kevin Dekimpe.

Fight Talk
Episode 21: Live Rounds 21 - Hangman Page is back! New TBS Championship! How do we feel about the current landscape of AEW? Plus much more!

Fight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 140:49


Hosts: Stephen Jensen & Doug Bateman || Stephen and Doug discuss "Hangman" Adam Page returning to AEW, the announcement of the TBS Championship, the current landscape of All Elite Wrestling, GCW: Mox vs. Gage, Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 3, plus much more! The full video version of this podcast is available on the RVDTITO4LIFE YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/kqq8EVqQ14A || Recorded on October 12, 2021

Job Interview Preparation Simplified
Why are you leaving your current position?

Job Interview Preparation Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 5:18


When asked “Why are you leaving your current position?" you should focus on the opportunity ahead and avoid badmouthing your current or former employer, manager or team. In this episode, I show you a simple, four-step approach to help you formulate a convincing answer. Visit www.InterviewPreparationSimplified.com for a transcript of this episode, to provide feedback or to sign up to my newsletter!

In The Conversation
Neighbor Culture

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 78:54


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about car washing, NYC urgency, and BMF. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad Keep up with the conversation on Facebook: Facebook.com/InTheConversation

Daily Mind Medicine
Choose Your Fighter

Daily Mind Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 7:00


In this episode, Taylor (@TaylorAWelch) discusses that the key to making great decisions is 1)Based on the quality of their choices, and 2) making decisions based on their CURRENT identity, not on their FUTURE identity. https://trafficandfunnels.com/secretwww.DailyMindMedicine.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast
Ep. 4 | What Did Christians Believe Within the First 24 Months of the Resurrection?

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


How do we know what the first Christians believed? Why are secular historians now increasingly convinced the Gospel accounts are based on eyewitness testimonies? Join Dr. Ankerberg as he interviews Dr. Gary Habermas, considered the world's foremost authority on the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, for the groundbreaking evidence upending academic studies today. Current…

Nate Darling Show
WTH #849: Chucky & Dave

Nate Darling Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 68:57


Nate has a night in a caboose that Jason has visited before. Plus, we talk about the Closer from Dave Chapelle and what's happened with the now former coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. Subscribe: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqpcDDbGO42vvbJ3-90Q6hQ/?fbclid=IwAR2F6fJZsbhQDhm2tKpnD0kikp0uFLSsQ1VvdHqaeImgcxvH24N1yVldSa4 (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqpcDDbGO42vvbJ3-90Q6hQ/) Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wth-podcast/id1460563288?fbclid=IwAR3oqKrlRxNrN3mAwCDvMAtz2WmgWdVcQwBiCm7RhUBIpjNRhQI3gqdZeng (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wth-podcast/id1460563288) Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/49dVEoCnAasDAStFRAMzFl?si=7sozU-CnRsKeTff3ExJ5hw&fbclid=IwAR3Wa2KShVohITin9be034uw667YjmPHRl84811-v5o0kkuBds8GSRJbz7w (https://open.spotify.com/show/49dVEoCnAasDAStFRAMzFl?si=7sozU-CnRsKeTff3ExJ5hw) Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vd3RocG9kY2FzdC8?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwighqHZjMvsAhUURs0KHTXFBV4Q9sEGegQIARAD&fbclid=IwAR3s5Hx-vkigCXy9W0jXFzYIshkJu7ZPgTs1fRi2sHOBD8W6VL_5NwBkPkE (https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vd3RocG9kY2FzdC8?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwighqHZjMvsAhUURs0KHTXFBV4Q9sEGegQIARAD) Amazon: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmusic.amazon.com%2Fpodcasts%2Feb91b89d-03a9-471d-bc9d-329667ab3d05%2FWTH-Podcast%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR0dVo2scSmXAO32L8XKhsCA51aPfVaGjiMQlljtXedsHUdd8u25oy3shOg&h=AT1CZr1jJS3NutAlrKvlGnXymDlXd0ViRCFajHQuSbSWxo1APZAceuYBXewrdNg4DnojI7KL00V14WpSrzLR4uXyoPBeDwJcaxtluvvKYEYZ_Bz2FG8zrjyVQHPq8yaecJ9cJEd0tWKviLWpwQ (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eb91b89d-03a9-471d-bc9d-329667ab3d05/WTH-Podcast) iHeart Radio: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.iheart.com%2Fpodcast%2F256-wth-podcast-wthpodcom-43098751%2F%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR2J9-M6C1by0adUSUrDjolg5rhG69ciDmOhZqpZpxrmq3oITtbd76Vix30&h=AT2ZrDaZd8s3dC9zXUfen7ZOfTPfZ2SWC1TuNHKBV7vk5k9HsG0GFLZ4DD5-Pvl9CSmCTy6YbaSKiUkTTiIJ0sA2eYfAZfZv8neVMouA8B5UY9bCoR0ThQfubJlwpGnIgXsib7vtYcujr2O78Q (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-wth-podcast-wthpodcom-43098751/) Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/wth-podcast/PC:62410?part=PC%3A62410&corr=podcast_organic_external_site&TID=Brand%3APOC%3APC62410%3Apodcast_organic_external_site&fbclid=IwAR1oWcZJjAy71ZgriqCurAu1N9P0O8xtT8B_-E11bin7tcS9GFuuOjOAiPM (https://www.pandora.com/podcast/wth-podcast/PC:62410?part=PC:62410&corr=podcast_organic_external_site&TID=Brand:POC:PC62410:podcast_organic_external_site)

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
Cattle Current Podcast—Oct. 13, 2021

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


Negotiated cash fed cattle trade ranged from mostly inactive on very light demand to a standstill through Tuesday afternoon. There were too few transactions to trend, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Live prices last week were at $124/cwt. in the Southern Plains, $122-$124 in Nebraska and $122 in the western Corn Belt. Dressed [...]

RBC's Markets in Motion
The View From The Trenches Helps Put Current Worries Into Context

RBC's Markets in Motion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 6:06


This week in the podcast, we run through the results of our latest quarterly RBC analyst survey, in which we poll the firm's equity analysts on the outlooks for the industries they cover. The big things you need to know: First, outlooks for performance over the next 6-12 months remain optimistic, driven by constructive views on fundamentals, valuations, and cash deployment. Second, our analysts tilt most positive on Financials, Energy, Information Technology, Utilities, and Health Care, and least positive on REITs and Industrials. Third, policy outlooks generally remain cool, though it's worth noting most see higher corporate taxes as a moderate problem for earnings and performance as opposed to a major one. Fourth, while margin expectations have eased only a handful of our analysts consider supply chains to be a major problem for the industries they cover.

MPR News with Angela Davis
Talking music with The Current's Jim McGuinn

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:28


The pandemic has put live music on hiatus, but many artists are once again touring and concert calendars are filling up — often with added COVID precautions. Tuesday at 9 a.m., MPR News host Angela Davis talks with The Current's program director Jim McGuinn about fall concerts and a new grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to partner with KMOJ. And they talk about how time has changed their minds about songs they used to dislike.  Guests: Jim McGuinn is the program director for The Current Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Electric Heat - Short 128

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 12:56


In today's short podcast, Bryan discusses electric heat, how we use it in our work, and what it does.   Also called heat strips or heat elements, electric heat is a supplemental heat source that we usually see on heat pumps. We generally see them in fan coils within a cartridge or a kit at the top of an air handler. However, not all systems have backup heat.   We want to avoid running electric heat as much as possible because it is inefficient. There is almost nothing we can do to make heat strips more efficient; they will usually yield around 3.41 BTUs per watt.    We usually only run electric heat when a heating system can't keep up with the heat loss. However, the electric heat often runs more often than it should, which can cause inefficient conditions. You can avoid inefficient conditions by programming the thermostat properly.   If you reduce the voltage on the heat strips, the less heat they will produce. Current ratings also differ between 208v or 240v applications. When you have more voltage, you'll have more current as well.    In some municipalities, you may have to use a thermostat that keeps heat strips OFF unless the temperature is below a certain value, often 40 degrees. Your electric heat should also be the last resort for a system.   Heat strips also help with heating when a heat pump is in defrost. The defrost board backfeeds the electric heat. These heat strips are also often designed with an interlock that forces the blower on whenever the electric heat is on (but not the other way around).   Bryan also discusses: Kilowatts and electrical ratings Wiring and relays Wire sizing Furnace-to-heat-pump conversions Possible hazards If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE.   Check out our handy calculators HERE. Check out information on the 2022 HVACR Training Symposium at https://hvacrschool.com/symposium/.

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE
GLORIA ALLRED (on Her Iconic Legal Career & Current "Hot" Cases Erika Jayne, Britney Etc.)

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 68:01


Gloria Allred steps Behind The Rope. No, you are not seeing things. Living Legend! Icon in the flesh! Trailblazer! The most well known, bad a** Civil Rights attorney to ever exist in the world was kind enough to grace us with her presence. We are not worthy!! If you ask Gloria, and we did, it isn't about any of those titles or accolades or record breaking dollar amount judgements she, and her partners at Allred, Maroko & Goldberg, have won. It is about giving a voice to those who would otherwise not have a voice and fighting for those whose rights have been presumably violated, often by the Hollywood elite. Some of these Hollywood elite that Gloria has pursued and or been involved in cases against include, but are not limited to, Bill Cosby, R. Kelly, Michael Jackson, O.J. Simpson, Rob Lowe, Roman Polanski, Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, Aaron Spelling and so on, and on, and on. Gloria has done more for Civil, Human, Women's, Gay, Transgender, and everything else rights than any other Attorney we can think of. Gloria opens up about the woman behind the public figure as seen on every major news outlet around the world answering questions on the biggest misconceptions she has heard about herself, moments of insecurity and fear, if any (we don't see any), what she does for fun, and can she step outside of herself, look back, reflect and realize that she has had one of the most brilliant legal carers of all time. While we have one of the most brilliant legal minds to ever exist in our presence, we get Gloria's thoughts on current cases such as the Britney Spears conservatorship, The Erika Jayne / Tom Girardi Divorce, Armie Hammer's disappearance, and Sharon Osbourne's “cancellation” from The Talk, to name a few. Gloria also chats about the brilliant Netflix documentary “Seeing Allred” discussing what it is like to have your own Netflix Documentary, but, then again, with a career as brilliant as hers, of course Gloria has her own Netflix Documentary. What an honor. Thank you Miss Allred. From one lawyer to another, we are forever changed! @gloria.allred @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef Bonus Episodes Available at - https://www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope Brought to you by BETTER HELP - https://www.betterhelp.com/velvetrope (10% Off First Month - Use Code "velvet rope") Brought to you by CANVA - https://www.canva.com/affiliates/VELVETROPE (Free 45 Day Extended Trial ) Merch Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast
Ep. 3 | What Did Christians Believe Within the First 24 Months of the Resurrection?

The John Ankerberg Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:56


How do we know what the first Christians believed? Why are secular historians now increasingly convinced the Gospel accounts are based on eyewitness testimonies? Join Dr. Ankerberg as he interviews Dr. Gary Habermas, considered the world's foremost authority on the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, for the groundbreaking evidence upending academic studies today. Current…

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Hasty Treat - Neat Things in CSS Color - Current and Coming!

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:48


In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about all things color in CSS, both current and coming soon! Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Sanity - Sponsor Sanity.io is a real-time headless CMS with a fully customizable Content Studio built in React. Get a Sanity powered site up and running in minutes at sanity.io/create. Get an awesome supercharged free developer plan on sanity.io/syntax. Show Notes 04:39 - color-contrast() Part of CSS5! Maybe. The color-contrast() functional notation takes a color value and compares it to a list of other color values, selecting the one with the highest contrast from the list. 06:01 - Accent color https://davidwalsh.name/css-accent-color 07:34 - currentcolor https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/color_value#currentcolor_keyword 08:54 - Profiled color values - color() https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/color_value/color() 11:00 - color-mix() https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/color_value/color-mix() The color-mix() functional notation takes two color values and returns the result of mixing them in a given colorspace by a given amount. Would be handy for programmatically generating colors - 10% more blue for a border? Sure! 14:18 - Space-separated functional color notations rgba(255 255 255 0) instead of rgba(255,255,255,0.5) 15:28 - RGB and HSL with Alpha rgb() and hsl() can take alpha and percent values - rgb(0 0 0 / 50%) or rgb(0 0 0 / 0.5) 18:22 - Hex + Alpha values RRGGBBAA How do you remember?!?! Transparent 21:49 - lch(), lab(), hwb() notation CIELAB color space aka Lab is a color space. A color space is an organization of colors in coordination color profiling supported by various physical devices, it supports reproducible representations of color Lab is intended as perceptually uniform Perceptually uniform - a perceptual uniform color space ensures that the difference between two colors (as perceived by the human eye) is proportional to the Euclidian distance within the given color space. https://lea.verou.me/2020/04/lch-colors-in-css-what-why-and-how/ Links https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/color_value https://twitter.com/argyleink Tweet us your tasty treats! Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

Congressional Dish
CD240: BIF The Infrastructure BILL

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:20


Jen has been all over the internet lately telling the world that the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework is a dumpster fire of a bill. In this episode, she backs that up by comparing the levels of investment for different kinds of infrastructure and examining the society changing effects the bill would have if it were to become law. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD218: Minerals Are the New Oil CD205: Nuclear Waste Storage Oil CD073: Amtrak Recommended Articles and Documents Benjamin J. Hulac and Joseph Morton. October 7, 2021. “With GOP sidelined, Manchin steps up to defend fossil fuels.” Roll Call. Connor Sheets, Robert J. Lopez, Rosanna Xia, and Adam Elmahrek. October 4, 2021. “Before O.C. oil spill, platform owner faced bankruptcy, history of regulatory problems.” The Los Angeles Times. Donald Shaw. October 4, 2021. “Criticizing Joe Manchin's Coal Conflicts is ‘Outrageous,' Says Heitkamp.” Sludge. Michael Gold. October 1, 2021. “Congestion Pricing Is Coming to New York. Everyone Has an Opinion.” The New York Times. Utilities Middle East Staff. September 13, 2021. “World's largest carbon capture and storage plant launched.” Utilities. Adele Peters. September 8, 2021. “The first commercial carbon removal plant just opened in Iceland.” Fast Company. Hiroko Tabuchi. August 16, 2021. “For Many, Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. New Research Raises Doubts.” The New York Times. Robert W. Haworth and Mark Z. Jacobson. August 12, 2021. “How green is blue hydrogen?.” Energy Science & Engineering. Emily Cochrane. August 10, 2021. “Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill, Handing Biden a Bipartisan Win.” The New York Times. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. June 3, 2021. “2020 Fatality Data Show Increased Traffic Fatalities During Pandemic.” U.S. Department of Transportation. Nation Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). May 19, 2021. “What We Know—and Do Not Know—About Achieving a National-Scale 100% Renewable Electric Grid .” Michael Barnard. May 3, 2021. “Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Are Mostly Bad Policy.” CleanTechnica. Hiroko Tabuchi. April 24, 2021. “Halting the Vast Release of Methane Is Critical for Climate, U.N. Says.” The New York Times. Grist Creative. April 15, 2021. “How direct air capture works (and why it's important)” Grist. American Society of Civil Engineers. 2021. “Bridges.” 2021 Report Card for America's Infrastructure. Open Secrets. “Sen. Joe Manchin - West Virginia - Top Industries Contributing 2015-2020.” Savannah Keaton. December 30, 2020. “Can Fuel Cell Vehicles Explode Like ‘Hydrogen Bombs on Wheels'?” Motor Biscuit. Dale K. DuPont. August 6, 2020. “First all-electric ferry in U.S. reaches milestone.” WorkBoat. Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser. 2020. “CO2 and Greenhouse Gas Emissions.” Our World in Data. Jeff Butler. January 27, 2019. “Norway leads an electric ferry revolution.” plugboats.com Our World in Data. Annual CO2 Emissions, 2019. Hydrogen Council. 2019. Frequently Asked Questions. Mark Z. Jacobson et al. September 6, 2017. “100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water, and Sunlight All-Sector Energy Roadmaps for 139 Countries of the World.” Joule. Kendra Pierre-Louis. 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Sec. 11117: Toll Roads, Bridges, Tunnels, and Ferries Authorizes the government to pay up to 85% of the costs of replacing or retrofitting a diesel fuel ferry vessel until the end of fiscal year 2025. Sec. 11118: Bridge Investment Program Authorizes between $600 million and $700 million per year through 2026 (from the Highway Trust Fund) for repairs to bridges If a Federal agency wants grant money to repair a Federally owned bridge, it "shall" consider selling off that asset to the State or local government. Sec. 11119: Safe Routes to School Creates a new program to improve the ability of children to walk and ride their bikes to school by funding projects including sidewalk improvements, speed reduction improvements, crosswalk improvements, bike parking, and traffic diversions away from schools. Up to 30% of the money can be used for public awareness campaigns, media relations, education, and staffing. No additional funding is provided. It will be funded with existing funds for "administrative expenses." Sec. 11121: Construction of Ferry Boats and Ferry Terminal Facilities Authorizes between $110 million and $118 million per year through 2026 (from the Highway Trust Fund) to construct ferry boats and ferry terminals. Subtitle D - Climate Change Sec. 11401: Grants for Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Creates a new grant program with $15 million maximum per grant for governments to build public charging infrastructure for vehicles fueled with electricity, hydrogen, propane, and "natural" gas. The construction of the projects can be contracted out to private companies. Sec. 11402: Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities Establishes a program to study and test projects that would reduce emissions. Sec. 11403: Carbon Reduction Program Allows, but does not require, the Transportation Secretary to use money for projects related to traffic monitoring, public transportation, trails for pedestrians and bicyclists, congestion management technologies, vehicle-to-infrastructure communications technologies, energy efficient street lighting, congestion pricing to shift transportation demand to non-peak hours, electronic toll collection, installing public chargers for electric, hydrogen, propane, and gas powered vehicles. Sec. 11404: Congestion Relief Program Creates a grant program, funded at a minimum of $10 million per grant, for projects aimed at reducing highway congestion. Eligible projects include congestion management systems, fees for entering cities, deployment of toll lanes, parking fees, and congestion pricing, operating commuter buses and vans, and carpool encouragement programs. Buses, transit, and paratransit vehicles "shall" be allowed to use toll lanes "at a discount rate or without charge." Sec. 11405: Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-saving Transportation (PROTECT) Program Establishes the "PROTECT program", which provides grants for projects to protect some current infrastructure from extreme weather events and climate related changes. Types of grants include grants for "at-risk coastal infrastructure" which specifies that only "non-rail infrastructure is eligible" (such as highways, roads, pedestrian walkways, bike lanes, etc.) Sec. 11406: Healthy Streets Program Establishes a grant program to install reflective pavement and to expand tree cover in order to mitigate urban heat islands, improve air quality, and reduce stormwater run-off and flood risks. Caps each grant at $15 million TITLE III: RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY, AND EDUCATION Sec. 13001: Strategic Innovation for Revenue Collection Provides grants for pilot projects to test our acceptance of user-based fee collections and their effects on different income groups and people from urban and rural areas. They will test the use of private companies to collect the data and fees. Sec. 13002: National Motor Vehicle Per-mile User Fee Pilot Creates a pilot program to test a national motor vehicle per-mile user fee. DIVISION B - SURFACE TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENT ACT OF 2021 TITLE I - MULTIMODAL AND FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION Sec. 21201: National Infrastructure Project Assistance Authorizes $2 billion total per year until 2026 on projects that cost at least $100 million that include highway, bridge, freight rail, passenger rail, and public transportation projects. Authorizes $1.5 billion total per year until 2026 (which will expire after 3 years) for grants in amount between $1 million and $25 million for projects that include highway, bridge, public transportation, passenger and freight rail, port infrastructure, surface transportation at airports, and more. TITLE II - RAIL Subtitle A - Authorization of Appropriations Sec. 22101: Grants to Amtrak Authorizes appropriations for Amtrak in the Northeast Corridor at between $1.1 billion and $1.57 billion per year through 2026. Authorizes appropriations for Amtrak in the National Network at between $2.2 billion and $3 billion per year through 2026. Subtitle B - Amtrak Reforms Sec. 22201: Amtrak Findings, Mission, and Goals Changes the goal of cooperation between Amtrak, governments, & other rail carriers from "to achieve a performance level sufficient to justify expending public money" to "in order to meet the intercity passenger rail needs of the United States" and expands the service areas beyond "urban" locations. Changes the goals of Amtrak to include "improving its contracts with rail carriers over whose tracks Amtrak operates." Sec. 22208: Passenger Experience Enhancement Food and beverage service: Amtrak will establish a working group... Sec. 22212: Enhancing Cross Border Service Amtrak must submit a report... Sec. 22213: Creating Quality Jobs Amtrak will not be allowed to privatize the jobs previously performed by laid off union workers. Sec. 22214: Amtrak Daily Long Distance Study Amtrak would study bringing back long distance rail routes that were discontinued. Subtitle C - Intercity Passenger Rail Policy Sec. 22304: Restoration and Enhancement Grants Extends the amount of time the government will pay the operating costs of Amtrak or "any rail carrier" that provides passenger rail service from 3 years to 6 years, and pays higher percentages of the the costs. Sec. 22305: Railroad Crossing Elimination Program Creates a program to eliminate highway-rail crossings where vehicles are frequently stopped by trains. Authorizes the construction on tunnels and bridges. Sec. 22306: Interstate Rail Compacts Authorizes up to 10 grants per year valued at a maximum of $ million each to plan and promote new Amtrak routes Sec. 22308: Corridor Identification and Development Program The Secretary of Transportation will create a program for public entities to plan for expanded intercity passenger rail corridors, operated by Amtrak or private companies. When developing plans for corridors, the Secretary has to "consult" with "host railroads for the proposed corridor" Subtitle D - Rail Safety Sec. 22404: Blocked Crossing Portal The Administration of the Federal Railroad Administration would establish a "3 year blocked crossing portal" which would collect information about blocked crossing by trains from the public and first responders and provide every person submitting the complaint the contact information of the "relevant railroad" and would "encourage" them to complain to them too. Information collected would NOT be allowed to be used for any regulatory or enforcement purposes. Sec. 22406: Emergency Lighting The Secretary of Transportation will have to issue a rule requiring that all carriers that transport human passengers have an emergency lighting system that turns on when there is a power failure. Sec. 22409: Positive Train Control Study The Comptroller General will conduct a study to determine the annual operation and maintenance costs for positive train control. Sec. 22423: High-Speed Train Noise Emissions Allows, but does not require, the Secretary of Transportation to create regulations governing the noise levels of trains that exceed 160 mph. Sec. 22425: Requirements for Railroad Freight Cars Placed into Service in the United States Effective 3 years after the regulations are complete (maximum 5 years after this becomes law), freight cars will be prohibited from operating within the United States if more than 15% of it is manufactured in "a country of concern" or state-owned facilities. The Secretary of Transportation can assess fines between $100,000 and $250,000 per freight car. A company that has been found in violation 3 times can be kicked out of the United State's transportation system until they are in compliance and have paid all their fines in full. Sec. 22427: Controlled Substances Testing for Mechanical Employees 180 days after this becomes law, all railroad mechanics will be subject to drug testing, which can be conducted at random. DIVISION C - TRANSIT Sec. 30017: Authorizations Authorizes between $13.3 billion and $14.7 billion per year to be appropriated for transit grants. DIVISION D - ENERGY TITLE I - GRID INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESILIENCY Sec. 40101: Preventing Outages and Enhancing The Resilience of the Electric Grid Creates a $5 billion grant distribution program to electric grid operators, electricity storage operations, electricity generators, transmission owners and operators, distribution suppliers, fuels suppliers, and other entities chosen by the Secretary of Energy. The grants need to be used to reduce the risk that power lines will cause wildfires. States have to match 15%. The company receiving the grant has to match it by 100% (small utilities only have to match 1/3 of the grant.) Grant money be used for micro-grids and battery-storage in addition to obvious power line protection measures. Grant money can not be used to construct a new electricity generating facility, a large-scale battery facility that is not used to prevent "disruptive events", or cybersecurity. The companies are allowed to charge customers for parts of their projects that are not paid for with grant money (so they have to match the grant with their customer's money). Sec. 40112: Demonstration of Electric Vehicle Battery Second-Life Applications for Grid Services Creates a demonstration project to show utility companies that electric car batteries can be used to stabilize the grid and reduce peak loads of homes and businesses. The demonstration project must include a facility that "could particularly benefit" such as a multi-family housing building, a senior care facility, or community health center. TITLE II - SUPPLY CHAINS FOR CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Sec. 40201: Earth Mapping Resources Initiative The US Geological Survey will get $320 million and ten years to map "all of the recoverable critical minerals." Sec. 40204: USGS Energy and Minerals Research Facility Authorizes $167 million to construct a new facility for energy and minerals research. The facility can be on land leased to the government for 99 years by "an academic partner." Requires the USGS to retain ownership of the facility. Sec. 40205: Rare Earth Elements Demonstration Facility Authorizes $140 million to build a rare earth element extractions and separation facility and refinery. Does NOT require the government to retain ownership of the facility. TITLE III - FUELS AND TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS Subtitle A - Carbon Capture, Utilization, Storage, and Transportation Infrastructure Sec. 40304: Carbon Dioxide Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Authorizes $600 million for 2022 and 2023 and $300 million for each year between 2024 and 2026 for grants and loan guarantees for projects for transporting captured carbon dioxide. Each project has to cost more than $100 million and the government can pay up to 80% of the costs. If the project is financed with a loan, the company will have 35 years to pay it back, with fees and interest. Loans can be issued via private banks with guarantees provided by the government. Sec. 40305: Carbon Storage Validation and Testing Creates a new program for funding new or expanded large-scale carbon sequestration projects. Authorizes $2.5 billion through 2026. Sec. 40308: Carbon Removal Creates a new program for grants or contracts for projects to that will form "4 regional direct air capture hubs" that will each be able to capture 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. Authorizes $3.5 billion per year through 2026. Subtitle B - Hydrogen Research and Development Sec. 40313: Clean Hydrogen Research and Development Program Changes a goal of an existing research and development plan for hydrogen fuels (created by the Energy Policy Act of 2005) from enhancing sources of renewable fuels and biofuels for hydrogen production to enhancing those sources and fossil fuels with carbon capture and nuclear energy. Expands the activities of this program to include using hydrogen for power generation, industrial processes including steelmaking, cement, chemical feestocks, and heat production. They intend to transition natural gas pipelines to hydrogen pipelines. They intend for hydrogen to be used for all kinds of vehicles, rail transport, aviation, and maritime transportation. Sec. 40314: Additional Clean Hydrogen Programs Creates a new program to create "4 regional clean hydrogen hubs" for production, processing, delivery, storage, and end-use of "clean hydrogen." At least one regional hub is required to demonstrate the production of "clean hydrogen from fossil fuels." At least one regional hub is required to demonstrate the production of "clean hydrogen from renewable energy." At least one regional hub is required to demonstrate the production of "clean hydrogen from nuclear energy." The four hubs will each demonstrate a different use: Electric power generation, industrial sector uses, residential and commercial heating, and transportation. Requires the development of a strategy "to facilitate widespread production, processing, storage, and use of clean hydrogen", which will include a focus on production using coal. The hydrogen hubs should "leverage natural gas to the maximum extent practicable." Creates a new program to commercialize the production of hydrogen by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen. The overall goal is to identify barriers, pathways, and policy needs to "transition to a clean hydrogen economy." Authorizes $9.5 billion through 2026. Sec. 40315: Clean Hydrogen Production Qualifications Develops a standard for the term "clean hydrogen" which has a carbon intensity equal to or less than 2 kilograms of carbon dioxide-equivalent produced at the site of production per kilogram of hydrogen produced." Subtitle C - Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Sec. 40323: Civil Nuclear Credit Program Creates a program, authorized to be funded with $6 billion per year through 2026, that will provide credit from the government to nuclear reactors that are projected to shut down because they are economically failing. Subtitle D - Hydropower Sec. 40331: Hydroelectric Production Incentives Authorizes a one-time appropriation of $125 million for fiscal year 2022. Sec. 40332: Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives Authorizes a one-time appropriation of $75 million for fiscal year 2022. Sec. 40333: Maintaining and Enhancing Hydroelectricity Incentives Authorizes a one-time appropriations of $553 million for repairs and improvements to dams constructed before 1920. The government will pay a maximum of 30% of the project costs, capped at $5 million each. Sec. 40334: Pumped Storage Hydropower Wind and Solar Integration and System Reliability Initiative Authorizes $2 million per year through 2026 to pay 50% or less of the costs of a demonstration project to test the ability of a pumped storage hydropower project to facilitate the long duration storage of at least 1,000 megawatts of intermittent renewable electricity. Subtitle E - Miscellaneous Sec. 40342: Clean Energy Demonstration Program on Current and Former Mine Land Creates a new program, authorized to be funded with $500 million through 2026, to demonstrate the technical and economic viability of putting clean energy projects on former mine land. There will be a maximum of 5 projects and 2 of them have to be solar. Defines a "clean energy project" to include "fossil-fueled electricity generation with carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration." TITLE X - AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR ENERGY ACT OF 2020 Sec. 41001: Energy Storage Demonstration Projects Authorizes $505 million through2025 for energy storage demonstration projects. Sec. 41002: Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program Authorizes between $281 million and $824 million per year through 2027 for advanced nuclear reactor demonstration projects. Sec. 41004: Carbon Capture Demonstration and Pilot Programs Authorizes between $700 million and $1.3 billion through2025 for advanced nuclear reactor demonstration projects. Sec. 41007: Renewable Energy Projects Authorizes $84 million through 2025 for geothermal energy projects. Authorizes $100 million through 2025 for wind energy projects. There is a clarification that this is definitely NOT in addition to amounts wind gets from another fund. Authorizes $80 million through 2025 for solar energy projects. DIVISION E - DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE DIVISION F - BROADBAND DIVISION G - OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS DIVISION H - REVENUE PROVISIONS DIVISION I - OTHER MATTERS DIVISION J - APPROPRIATIONS DIVISION K - MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)