It's thirsty Thursday! Grab your coffee and join Norm and Mike as they keep pace with the week's unveilings. Mike discovered a journalist account on Twitter yesterday who live-tweeted the entirety of the day's witness cross-examination in United States v. Joe Biggs, et al. Aside from his thought that he was observing a new literary genre manifest in real-time, he thought it would be a great opportunity for Norm to download the basics of witness examination for the LAL faithful. The idea turns about to have been a great one. Norm unpacks the general do's and don't's, and is able to nimbly discuss his recent observations. Also: › Project Veritas Exposes Pfizer's Director of Research and Development › Trump Back on Facebook? Promo Code: "LAL2023" for a free 1-Month Subscription to LAL's Locals. Daily livestreams beginning at 7:45am EST on Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LawandLegitimacy Support Law and Legitimacy: - Locals: https://lawandlegitimacy.locals.com/ - Twitter: @PattisPodcast, @PattisNorm, and @MichaelBoyer_ Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Audible, Spotify, or wherever you receive podcasts and rate LAL 5 stars. Subscribe here on our Rumble channel, give us a Rumble, and join our active community of free-thinkers, contrarians, and the unafraid on Locals!
When examining the characteristics of a wound, documentation of the periwound area should include all of the following EXCEPT: Find it all out in this podcast! Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
Want to make a good confession…? Whether you haven't been to confession for several years, or whether you go a couple of times a month, you might want to make sure your confession is valid, spiritually effective and pleasing to God. So, here's a quick guide to making a good, productive confession—and the first recommendation is to “Go do it!”. - Here is a link to a simple Examination of Conscience. The text includes an “Act of Contrition” and the “Sacramental Absolution” that the priest should say when absolving you: https://www.mileschristi.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/Blog-013-Examination-of-Conscience-Linked-Text.pdf - Here is a summary on how to make a good confession: https://www.mileschristi.org/how-to-make-a-good-confession/ - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Read other similar Blog Posts here: https://www.mileschristi.org/blog/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com
Series 7 Top-Off Exam Quiz Lesson 51 Options pt 2 This is a Quiz from Series 7 Top-Off Exam Quiz Lesson 52 Options Pt 2 call and Put Options The Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide Audio Lessons for the New Series 7 Exam is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes. The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is 74 lessons and a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products
NCUA's Examination reports all state that the exam report documents our conclusions and agreed upon corrective actions.So what does agreed upon mean?It means you need to see it before it is final. Sadly that doesn't always happen.While NCUA has improved their appeal process, formal appeal is still a PAIN.NCUA encourages you to have an immediate dialogue - but what should you do if they are non-responsive?We discuss that and more in this episode.In 33 years at NCUA I served as Executive Director, Regional Director, Director of Special Actions, Supervisory Examiner, and Principal Examiner. I began at the ground level as an examiner. I rose to the top. As Executive Director I supervised your Regional Director. I know how NCUA thinks and why they think it. I know the examination process inside and out. I know how to communicate and negotiate with NCUA. I know how to get NCUA to YES instead of NO. I can help if you are currently dealing with or thinking about:An examination that did not go as well as you hopedAn Examination that is in process right nowAn examination that is coming soonResponding to an NCUA or state examinationAssessing a letter to you from your Regional Director or State RegulatorSeeking NCUA or State Regulator approval for an action you desire to takeAssessing actions you will take in response to a Document of ResolutionReceiving a Letter of Understanding and AgreementDocument of Resolution (DOR) IssuesExaminer FindingsSupplementary FactsCAMEL Code DowngradesCapital AdequacyAsset QualityManagement CodeEarningsLiquidity CodeSensitivity CodeCommercial Lending MBL IssuesInterest Rate Risk (IRR)Net Economic Value (NEV)Secondary CapitalSubordinated DebtExit Conference / Joint Conference ChallengesFair Lending Exam IssuesField of Membership (FOM) ExpansionsCECL IssuesAppealsReputation RiskNet Worth Restoration Plans (NWRP)Credit riskInterest rate riskLiquidity riskTransaction riskStrategic riskReputation riskCompliance riskNCUA's Large Credit Union ProgramTransition to the Office of National Examinations and Supervision (ONES)CFPBStrategic PlanningSafety and SoundnessSupervisory CommitteeCorporate GovernanceBank Secrecy Act (BSA)NCUA Examination PrioritiesNCUA's Examination GuideNational Supervision Policy ManualBank PurchasesLetters to Credit UnionsNCUA Regulations Reach out today to discuss how I can assist you and your credit union.For details on the 2017 regulation change on appeals see the text below:Appeals Process for Agency Decisions ImprovedThe process of appealing agency decisions to the NCUA Board will be more efficient, consistent, and transparent under a final rule (new Part 746, Subpart B) approved by the Board.Several current NCUA regulations include an embedded appeals process, but the new rule will replace those provisions with a uniform, comprehensive set of procedures that will apply in cases in which a decision by a regional director or other program office director is appealed to the Board.The new rule will affect appeals of decisions in areas including chartering and field of membership, investment authority, conversions and mergers, creditor claims in liquidations, and share insurance determinations. Certain areas, such as formal enforcement actions, prompt corrective action, and material supervisory determinations, would not be covered under the new rule.
Midday Prayer for Monday, January 16, 2023Opening SentencesApocrypha: Judith 11:5-23Old Testament: Isaiah 44:6-8, 21-23Confession of Faith: The Heidelberg Catechism, Questions 3-5Ancient or Classic Prayer: Liturgy of St. Basil (4th century)Prayer for Various Occasions: At the Examination of Deacon and Ruling Elder NomineesCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. The Confessions are from The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Part I: The Book of Confessions, published by the Office of the General Assembly, copyright (c) 2016. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. An introduction to Daily Prayer is available here.
(MB) Happy MLK Day! Dr. Anders shows how Martin Luther King was a good example of someone who reached into the past and depths of culture to find wisdom. In addition, Dr. Anders discusses how struggling with prayer is a good thing, what are reasons people object to the Deuterocanonical books?, how can I believe in God when this belief seems unrealistic, and writings on the Examination of conscience. #believe #God #wisdom #MartinLutherKing #Catholic
❗ Innovation eludes organization when: we are too busy, thinking is not valued, there's resistance to change, and it requires effort. 00:52✅ We let artificial constructs about innovation limit our creativity: tackle bite-sized innovations and ideas: how employees can help. 02:45✌️ Two ways to deal with inquisition: encourage employees to be inquisitive. 07:19⏳ Save time by eliminating unneeded steps: how to take a fresh look at your processes and procedures. 11:37
Check out this week's episode of Mothers In Construction Podcast with Kathryn Tyler Prigmore. Listen to her story! Kathryn Bradford Tyler Prigmore, FAIA, NOMAC, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, CDT Ms. Prigmore has over 40 years of architectural experience as a practitioner, educator, and regulator. Her strong project management skills include an inimitable understanding of the dynamics that facilitate project delivery. Ms. Prigmore has provided design, technical oversight, and project management for award-winning projects of a wide range of sizes, types, and delivery methods – including those with sensitive and classified defense and federal missions. She has overseen project teams with more than fifteen consultant firms and up to two hundred staff for clients in the federal, defense, civic, and private sectors. Active in professional and civic affairs, Ms. Prigmore has served on AIA and NCARB committees at the national level that serve to bridge the chasm between education and practice. She has been a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) since 1982 and was elevated to Fellowship in 2002. A member of AIADC for 30 years, she transferred to AIANOVA to help develop the Fellows Committee, a position she held for many years while an AIADC member. Ms. Prigmore is the Founding Collaborator (with Barbara G, Laurie, AIA – deceased) of Riding the Vortex: African American Women in Practice. Beginning in 2007, this initiative provides inspiration, mentoring, and public speaking opportunities for African American women at all levels the profession in venues throughout the United States. Ms. Prigmore and her three collaborators – Kathy Dixon, Katherine Williams, and Melissa Daniel – received the AIA Whiney M. Young, Jr. Award in 2022. Many of the young African American women currently active in the profession are part of the expanding Vortex network. Prigmore is in the process of reviving Black Women in Architecture, an organization with its roots in the early 1980s. Ms. Prigmore served as a Trustee of the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design and as past Chair of the AIA National Ethics Council; National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Committee on Examination; and the Virginia Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects. Awards and honors bestowed upon Ms. Prigmore include a Lifetime Achievement Award – Women of Color Magazine; President's Medal – NCARB; Outstanding Faculty Member – Howard University College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences; inclusion in several Marquis Who's Who publications; and inclusion among the Outstanding Young Women in America. In 2018 the National Organization of Minority Architects Council (NOMAC) inducted Ms. Prigmore into the Council of Elders. Ms. Prigmore was recently selected to lead the Washington, DC office of Moody Nolan as Studio Director/Principal. Recently an Adjunct Professor of Practice in Virginia Tech's Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, Ms. Prigmore is a former Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture for the Howard University School of Architecture and Design. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Building Sciences and a Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a Master of Science in Engineering from The Catholic University of America. Notably, she was one of the first 20 African American Women registered to practice architecture in the United States, and maintains licenses in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Ms. Prigmore is also a LEED Accredited Professional with a Building Design + Construction specialty; an NCARB certificate holder; and a certified Construction Documents Technologist.
Sheil and Ben start their conversation with some positive updates on Damar Hamlin and the Buffalo Bills' outlook heading into the playoffs. They then talk about how Lovie Smith's endgame decisions in the Texans win over the Colts have set the stage for an interesting draft this spring (3:53). Next, Sheil explains why Chargers fans should be wary of Brandon Staley's personnel strategy last Sunday, and Ben shows us why Carolina is the best current coaching destination this offseason (18:03). This leads to a debate on college coaches heading to the NFL and a discussion about the Titans' and Saints' dreary futures (31:54). They end the pod by sharing their complete playoff bracket picks (1:02:42). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Series 7 Top-Off Exam Quiz Lesson 50 Options pt 1 This is a Quiz from Series 7 Top-Off Exam Quiz Lesson 50 Options Pt 1 call and Put Options The Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide Audio Lessons for the New Series 7 Exam is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes. The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is 74 lessons and a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products
The best tool FINRA provides when it comes to firms developing their annual compliance program is now available. The 2023 Report on FINRA's Examination and Risk Monitoring Program provides key insights and observations on two dozen key regulatory topics, making it a must-read for compliance professionals. On this episode, Ornella Bergeron, Senior Vice President of Risk Monitoring, Michael Solomon, Senior Vice President of Examinations, and Bill St. Louis, Executive Vice President of the National Cause and Financial Crimes Detection Programs (NCFC), join us to dig into some of the new and noteworthy topics in the latest report. Resources mentioned in this episode:2023 Report on FINRA's Examination and Risk Monitoring ProgramEpisode 112: Introducing FINRA's Complex Investigations and Intelligence Team and Cyber and Analytics UnitEpisode 71: Overlapping Risks, Part 1: Anti-Money Laundering and Cybersecurity
Pr. Andrew Gerike, author, “Cooperatores Sacrificii?: An Examination of Joseph Ratzinger's Critique of Luther on the Sacrifice of the Mass in Light of the Influences of the Ressourcement and Liturgical Movement”
NCARB and the Future of the ProfessionIn this bonus episode of Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain sit down with Patricia Ramallo and Jared N. Zurn, AIA, NCARB of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) to learn how NCARB is responding to wide-reaching industry change and transformation. We'll discuss NCARB's role in advancing equity in architecture, including the Baseline of Belonging Report, as well as the adoption of new policies intended to strengthen the pipeline of diverse talent into the profession. We'll also discuss NCARB's innovation team and the recent Analysis of Practice study. Learn how research studies like NCARB by the Numbers yield new insight into our industry, and how you can continue to share your ideas with NCARB to champion industry transformation.Guests:Patricia Ramallo started working at NCARB in 2015 as part of the Experience + Education team. In her current role as assistant vice president of innovation, she leads the design and implementation of innovative strategies throughout the Council and supports transformational initiatives such as strengthening international relations. Before joining NCARB, Patricia dedicated 14 years to the architecture field, fulfilling various design, management, and construction administration functions. She worked in Michigan, Kentucky, and New York on projects nationwide ranging from residential and multifamily to religious, commercial, and mixed-use buildings. Patricia also serves as an adjunct faculty instructor at the Boston Architectural College, where she teaches two graduate courses in professional practice.Patricia holds a Master of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University and is licensed to practice architecture in Argentina, Kentucky, and New Jersey. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, holds LEED AP® Homes & BD+C credentials, and the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity. In 2019 she obtained a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University, and in 2021 she earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.Jared N. Zurn, AIA, NCARB, Vice President, Examination joined the Council in 2008 as assistant director, ARE development. He has been involved with all aspects of the examination including development, operations, security, and implementation of ARE 5.0. Promoted to vice president in 2013, Zurn is an advocate for transparency into the examination with a focus on refining the efficiency of the process while maintaining high standards and measurement quality.Before joining NCARB, Zurn operated a sole proprietorship in northwest Minnesota. He also served as faculty of the Architectural Technology program and division chair at Minnesota State Community and Technical College where he led the Architectural Technology program in the areas of curriculum development, course assessment, and program outcome assessment. Zurn earned his professional degree from North Dakota State University.Referenced in this EpisodePractice Disrupted: A podcast by Practice of ArchitectureNational Council of Architectural Registration BoardsNCARB by the NumbersNCARB's Baseline on Belonging ReportsOverview Report
A new MP3 sermon from Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Modern Evangelicals Rejection of the Christian Sabbath: A Biblical Examination Speaker: Brian Schwertley Broadcaster: Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/8/2023 Bible: Matthew 12:1-8 Length: 68 min.
Walnut Hills High School provides a special college preparatory program that begins in 7th grade, and is available to Cincinnati Public School students who meet a competitive entrance examination. The standardized Iowa Assessments are required as part of this competitive process. All Cincinnati public schools' 6th graders took these tests Read More Shared by United Resource Connection January 9, 2023
References for Chapter 10We did not mention many references in our discussion today but our listeners may enjoy some of the references below. Effects of pH on Potassium: New Explanations for Old Observations - PMC although the focus of this article is on potassium, this elegant review by Aronson and Giebisch reviews intracellular shifts as it relates to pH and K+.Josh swooned for Figure 10-1 is this right? Which figure was it? which shows the relationship between [H+] and pH. You can find this figure in the original reference from Halperin ML and others, Figure 1 here. Factors That Control the Effect of pH on Glycolysis in Leukocytes Here's Leticia Rolon's favorite Henderson-Hasselbalch calculator website: Henderson-Hasselbalch Calculator | Buffer Solutions [hint! for this site, use the bicarbonate (or “total CO2”) for A- and PCO2 for the HA] There's also a cooking tab for converting units! Fundamentals of Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation - PMC this review published posthumously from the late but beloved Jerry Yee and his group at Henry Ford Hospital, explores the details and underpinnings of our understandings of arterial blood gas interpretation (and this also addresses how our colleagues in clinical chemistry measure total CO2 - which JC referenced- but JC said “machine” and our colleagues prefer the word “instrument.”)Amy went deep on bicarbonate in respiratory acidosis. Here are her refs:Sodium bicarbonate therapy for acute respiratory acidosisSodium Bicarbonate in Respiratory AcidosisBicarbonate therapy in severe metabolic acidosisEffect of Intravenous Sodium Bicarbonate on Ventilation, Gas Exchange, and Acid-Base Balance in Patients with Chronic Pulmonary InsufficiencyBicarbonate Therapy in Severe Metabolic Acidosis | American Society of Nephrology this review article from Sabatini and Kurtzman addresses the issues regarding bicarbonate therapy including theoretical intracellular acidosis. Bicarbonate in DKA? Don't do it: Bicarbonate in diabetic ketoacidosis - a systematic review Here's a review from Bushinsky and Krieger on the effect acidosis on bone https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0085253822002174Here is the primary resource that Anna used in here investigation of meat replacements Nutritional Composition of Novel Plant-Based Meat Alternatives and Traditional Animal-Based MeatsWe enjoyed this paper that Dr. Rose references from the Journal of Clinical Investigation 1955 in which investigators infused HCl into nephrectomized dogs and observed changes in extracellular ions. https://www.jci.org/articles/view/103073/pdWe wondered about the amino acids/protein in some available meat alternatives they are explored in this article in the journal Amino Acids: Protein content and amino acid composition of commercially available plant-based protein isolates - PMC and you may enjoy this exploration of the nutritional value of these foods: Full article: Examination of the nutritional composition of alternative beef burgers available in the United StatesOutlineChapter 10: Acid-Base Physiology - H concentration regulated tightly - Normal H+ is 40 nm/L - This one millionth the concentration of Na and K - It needs to be this dilute because H+ fucks shit up - Especially proteins - Cool foot note H+ actually exists as H3O+ - Under normal conditions the H+ concentration varies little from normal due to three steps - Chemical buffering by extracellular and intracellular bufffers - Control of partial pressure of CO2 by alterations of alveolar ventilation - Control of plasma bicarbonate by changes in renal H+ excretion - Acid and bases - Use definition by Bronsted - Acid can donate protons - Base can accept protons - There are two classes of acids** - Carbonic acid H2CO3 - Each day 15000 mmol of CO2 are generated - CO2 not acid but combines with water to form carbonic acid H2CO3 - CO2 cleared by the lungs - Noncarbonic acid - Formed from metabolism of protein. Sulfur containing AA generate H2SO4. Only 50-100 mEq of acid produced from these sources. - Cleared by the kidneys - Law of Mass Action - Velocity of reaction proportional to the product of the concentrations of the reactants - Goes through mass action formula for water - Concludes that water has H of 155 nanoM/L, more than the 40 in plasma - Says you can do the same mass experiment for every acid in the body - Can do it also for bases but he is not going to. - Acids and Bases can be strong or weak - Strong acids completely dissociate - Weak acids not so much - H2PO4 is only 80% dissociated - Weak acids are the principle buffers in the body - Then he goes through how H is measured in the blood and it becomes clear why pH is a logical way to measure. - Then there is a lot of math - HH equation - Derives it - Then uses it to look at phos. Very interesting application - Buffers - Goes tot he phosphate well again. Amazing math describing how powerful buffers can be - Big picture the closer the pKa is to the starting pH the better buffer, i.e. it can absorb lots of OH or H without appreciably changing pH - HCO3 CO2 system - H2CO3 to H + HCO3 has a PKA of 2.72 but then lots of Math and the bicarb buffer system has a pKa of 6.1 - But the real power of the bicarb buffer is that it is not a sealed system. The ability to ventilate and keep CO2 constant increases the buffering efficiency by 11 fold and the ability to lower the CO2 below normal increases 18 fold. - Isohydric principle - There is only one hydrogen ion concentration and since that is a critical part of the buffer equation, all buffer eq are linked and you can understand all of them by understanding one of them. So we just can look at bicarb and understand the totality of acid base. - Bicarb is the most important buffer because - High concentration in plasma - Ability for CO2 to ventilate - Other buffers include - Bone - Bone is more than just inorganic reaction - Live bone releases more calcium in response to an acid load than dead bone - More effect with metabolic acidosis than respiratory acidosis - Hgb - Phosphate - Protein
We wrap up season four with more discussion of the Steam release. Thanks to everyone for joining us as we ramble on about our favorite game! Twisted Logic Gaming's All My Favorite Things Are Broken Further Reading's Dwarf Fortress Videos Kruggsmash Awesomeness DF Hack Release Announcement Interface Tweaks Workshop Mod Dwarf Therapist
Tony interviews Michael Rucker, Ph.D. In 2016, Michael experienced a series of serious setbacks that caused him to challenge the tools he had built over the previous two decades as a student of positive psychology. Ultimately finding himself “unhappy, a bit lonely, and burnt out,” Michael critically evaluated modern approaches to happiness. He quickly realized how much misinformation was being spread, and that caused Michael to spend the next few years researching the evidence-based practices that ultimately led him to discover the real way to “invite more fun and joy” into his life. Michael's book, “The Fun Habit: How the Pursuit of Joy and Wonder Can Change Your Life,” https://amzn.to/3jAtln8 is the result of his journey. You can learn more about Michael at his website https://michaelrucker.com/ If you are interested in being coached in Tony's upcoming "Magnetic Marriage Podcast," please email him for more information. You will receive free marriage coaching and remain anonymous when the episode airs. Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
We hope you had a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!Welcome to the unexplored history and mystery of the Cryptid realm!Join Taylor and Reuben as they uncover and discuss this unknown world of species that borderline on what's real and what's impossible.In this 67th episode, Reuben takes an introductory deep dive into the concept of a Tulpa, the good and the bad of this and shows Taylor how it can have a more universal effect possibly even on Cryptids.Check out our home base - CryptidClues.ca - for more information on us and our episodes, including access to our blog! Be sure to also check out our Patreon home for early ad-free and exclusive episodes! https://www.patreon.com/cryptidclues--------------------------- The following music was used for this media project:Music: Soundbed#2 by Lilo SoundFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/6357-soundbed2License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseArtist website: https://electronicmoods.com/Music: Drama Intro 2 (Döner) by Sascha EndeFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/416-drama-intro-2-donerLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseArtist website: https://www.sascha-ende.deThe following music was used for this media project:"Stay the Course" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Supernatural by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4446-supernaturalLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseNot As It Seems by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4144-not-as-it-seemsLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseSkye Cuillin by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4371-skye-cuillinLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseOutro Sound Solo Ep:"Feral Angel Waltz" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Some sound effects from freesfx.co.uk
Curiosity delving deeply into the Talmud and Rabbi Gedaliah Gurfein's website 'The People's Talmud' https://thepeoplestalmud.com/home (which is all in English). Rabbi Gedaliah Gurfein and Joel discuss a vast terrain of time and topics, in Judaism, Judaism's relation to the World, and a Jew's responsibility and obligation to their community. Every single aspect of life is address in Talmud, the interface of G-d and this physical World, Torah. Joel and Gedaliah outline the Sages from the Talmud, Hillel and Shammai, the need for discourse and dialogue in the course of antisemitism. The People's Talmud’s reach has a following in West Africa and China. Also explored is ‘what is a Jewish Soul,’ from a practical and mystical perspective. The People’s Talmud is not a translation of Talmud, but a narration of the Talmud. Love and Hatred as the same energy, the difference is how it is expressed. Wisdom versus Knowledge, the importance of falling or failing in life as a way of gaining wisdom.
Sponsored Episode: NCARB and the Future of PracticeHow is NCARB addressing industry change and transformation?In this bonus episode of Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain sit down with Patricia Ramallo and Jared N. Zurn, AIA, NCARB of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) to learn how NCARB is responding to wide-reaching industry change and transformation. We'll discuss NCARB's role in advancing equity in architecture, including the Baseline of Belonging Report, as well as the adoption of new policies intended to strengthen the pipeline of diverse talent into the profession. We'll also discuss NCARB's innovation team and the recent Analysis of Practice study. Learn how research studies like NCARB by the Numbers yield new insight into our industry, and how you can continue to share your ideas with NCARB to champion industry transformation.Guests:Patricia Ramallo started working at NCARB in 2015 as part of the Experience + Education team. In her current role as assistant vice president of innovation, she leads the design and implementation of innovative strategies throughout the Council and supports transformational initiatives such as strengthening international relations. Before joining NCARB, Patricia dedicated 14 years to the architecture field, fulfilling various design, management, and construction administration functions. She worked in Michigan, Kentucky, and New York on projects nationwide ranging from residential and multifamily to religious, commercial, and mixed-use buildings. Patricia also serves as an adjunct faculty instructor at the Boston Architectural College, where she teaches two graduate courses in professional practice.Patricia holds a Master of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University and is licensed to practice architecture in Argentina, Kentucky, and New Jersey. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, holds LEED AP® Homes & BD+C credentials, and the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity. In 2019 she obtained a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University, and in 2021 she earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.Jared N. Zurn, AIA, NCARB, Vice President, Examination joined the Council in 2008 as assistant director, ARE development. He has been involved with all aspects of the examination including development, operations, security, and implementation of ARE 5.0. Promoted to vice president in 2013, Zurn is an advocate for transparency into the examination with a focus on refining the efficiency of the process while maintaining high standards and measurement quality.Before joining NCARB, Zurn operated a sole proprietorship in northwest Minnesota. He also served as faculty of the Architectural Technology program and division chair at Minnesota State Community and Technical College where he led the Architectural Technology program in the areas of curriculum development, course assessment, and program outcome assessment. Zurn earned his professional degree from North Dakota State University.
Join Travis and Eric on the Starting Lineup on today's show Carlos Correa was a SF Giant until he wasn't, canceled news conference leads to Correa signing with the Mets, feel bad for Giants fans, all the money into the team its World Series or bust, Local Sports from last night and what is on the schedule for tonight, Quick look at holiday tournaments, Illinois and College BBall news. Plus NBA, Bulls, NHL, Pick'em as well
Proponents of NAR claim that God has given Christians dominion over other humans as well as animals and plant life. We demonstrate clearly from Genesis 1:26 and Genesis 9:1-6 that this is not true. The Bible teaches that all humans have dominion over lesser creatures (all animal and plant life), but that Christians will only reign over other humans once Christ is reigning upon the earth in His millennial kingdom.
*Like, subscribe, comment, and follow us on social media!*Mike Woodson's Hoosiers split their two games last week, with a lopsided win over Nebraska, featuring a TJD triple-double, followed by a double-digit loss to Arizona in Vegas. The guys highlight some of the positives from the Arizona game, as well as discussing some of the issues that seem to persist with this team. Also, they look ahead to Indiana's next non-conference showdown at Kansas on Saturday.WEBSITE: https://www.indianahq.com/• Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehoosiersound• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehoosiersound/• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiana.hq/• iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1282226985?mt=2&ls=1• Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yNjc3NTkyL2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0lk71fzLgbLP76iPNA14cP• SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-429075463-810819009• iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound-28550408/?cmp=web_share• TuneIn Radio: http://tun.in/pi2cE• Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hoosier-sound
Jay and Mark talk about the extremely fun and violent kitchen fight in Gremlins (1984). It's a beautiful battle between the surprisingly deadly Mrs. Peltzer, and three unlucky gremlins who are absolutely obliterated. In this episode, they also rank the kitchen fights in Jurassic Park, Deep Blue Sea, Gremlins and Alien: Resurrection. Enjoy!
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: The winners of the Change Our Mind Contest—and some reflections, published by GiveWell on December 15, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Author: Isabel Arjmand, GiveWell Special Projects Officer In September, we announced the Change Our Mind Contest for critiques of our cost-effectiveness analyses. Today, we're excited to announce the winners! We're very grateful that so many people engaged deeply with our work. This contest was GiveWell's most successful effort so far to solicit external criticism from the public, and it wouldn't have been possible without the participation of people who share our goal of allocating funding to cost-effective programs. Overall, we received 49 entries engaging with our prompts. We were very happy with the quality of entries we received—their authors brought a great deal of thought and expertise to engaging with our cost-effectiveness analyses. Because we were impressed by the quality of entries, we've decided to award two first-place prizes and eight honorable mentions. (We stated in September that we would give a minimum of one first-place, one runner-up, and one honorable mention prize.) We also awarded $20,000 to the piece of criticism that inspired this contest. Winners are listed below, followed by our reflections on this contest and responses to the winners. The prize-winners Given the overall quality of the entries we received, selecting a set of winners required a lot of deliberation. We're still in the process of determining which critiques to incorporate into our cost-effectiveness analyses and to what extent they'll change the bottom line; we don't agree with all the critiques in the first-place and honorable mention entries, but each prize-winner raised issues that we believe were worth considering. In several cases, we plan to further investigate the questions raised by these entries. Within categories, the winners are listed alphabetically by the last name of the author who submitted the entry. First-place prizes – $20,000 each Noah Haber for "GiveWell's Uncertainty Problem." The author argues that without properly accounting for uncertainty, GiveWell is likely to allocate its portfolio of funding suboptimally, and proposes methods for addressing uncertainty. Matthew Romer and Paul Romer Present for "An Examination of GiveWell's Water Quality Intervention Cost-Effectiveness Analysis." The authors suggest several changes to GiveWell's analysis of water chlorination programs, which overall make Dispensers for Safe Water's program appear less cost-effective. To give a general sense of the magnitude of the changes we currently anticipate, our best guess is that Matthew Romer and Paul Romer Present's entry will change our estimate of the cost-effectiveness of Dispensers for Safe Water by very roughly 5 to 10% and that Noah Haber's entry may lead to an overall shift in how we account for uncertainty (but it's too early to say how it would impact any given intervention). Overall, we currently expect that entries to the contest may shift the allocation of resources between programs but are unlikely to lead to us adding or removing any programs from our list of recommended charities. Honorable mentions – $5,000 each Alex Bates for a critical review of GiveWell's 2022 cost-effectiveness model Dr. Samantha Field and Dr. Yannish Naik for "A critique of GiveWell's CEA model for Conditional Cash Transfers for vaccination in Nigeria (New Incentives)" Akash Kulgod for "Cost-effectiveness of iron fortification in India is lower than GiveWell's estimates" Sam Nolan, Hannah Rokebrand, and Tanae Rao for "Quantifying Uncertainty in GiveWell Cost-Effectiveness Analyses" Isobel Phillips for "Improving GiveWell's modelling of insecticide resistance may change their cost per life saved for AMF by up to 20%" Tanae Rao and Ricky Huang for "...
In this episode, Kelsey Hirsch and Drs. Summer Odom and Lori Moore discuss their article “An Examination of the Impact of Peer Mentoring on First-Generation College Student Peer Mentors' Development of the Five Practices of Exemplary Leaders” in the Journal of Leadership Education. The group examines the research, including some dialogue about the feedback from first-generation college student mentors.
We prove, from Jesus' great commission, that making disciples of all nations is a command to preach the gospel, baptize converts, and instruct new believers in the doctrines of Christ.
In 2 Corinthians 13:1-14, Paul encourages us to examine ourselves, our motivations, our confidences, our dependencies, to make sure we are aligned with Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. By doing this we have assurance that the work God has begun in us, He will bring to completion in Jesus. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whitefieldschurch/support
Ever wondered why the state in China is so powerful? Yasheng argues that Keju — the Imperial civil service examination — has historically maximized a specific type of knowledge in the minds of the population such as memorization. It also reduced the scope of, or eliminated, alternative ideas. Keju made the state all powerful. The state was able to monopolize the very best of human capital. And in doing so, the state deprived society access to talent and pre-empted organized religion, commerce, and intelligentsia. While it is China's blessing, Keju is also a curse as it decimated society.Yasheng Huang is a Professor of International Management and Faculty Director of Action Learning at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His forthcoming book, which will be published by Yale University Press, is The Rise and the Fall of the EAST: Examination, Autocracy, Stability and Technology in Chinese History and Today. Twitter: @YashengHuangKey highlights Introduction – 00:52Recent protests in China – 03:15Protest strategies and logistical capacity – 13:25Why is the Chinese state so powerful? – 19:35The role of the civil service exam in China – 35:00Meritocracy and the Chinese bureaucracy – 47:15 Host:Professor Dan Banik, University of Oslo, Twitter: @danbanik @GlobalDevPodApple Google Spotify YouTubehttps://in-pursuit-of-development.simplecast.com/
Please enjoy the latest episode hosted by Dr. Mike Pownall! In this episode, he is joined by Dr. Rafael Gomez and they discuss everything you need to know about breeding your mare/ WATCH: Estrus Cycle of the Mare WebinarEverything You Need To Know About Breeding Your Mare Webinars With Dr. Rafael Gomez Breeding the Problem MareRegister HereJan 16th, 2023 at 7 pm· Infertility vs subfertility· Principal causes of subfertility · Diagnosing the problem mare· Overview of treatment plansInsemination of the MareRegister HereJan 30th, 2023 at 7 pm· Difference between Fresh, Cooled, and Frozen semen· Breeding plans with fresh and cooled semen · Breeding plans with Frozen semenEmbryo TransfersRegister HereFeb 21st, 2023 at 7 pm· History· Selecting the donor mare· Preparing the donor mare· Selecting the recipient mare · Synchronization of mares FoalingRegister HereMar 21st, 2023 at 7 pm· Stages of parturition · Newborn assessment · Examination of the placenta · Owners foaling Kit
“Live in a manner worthy of the call you have received, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another through love, striving to preserve the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace.” Ephesians 4: 1b-3 Gianna Gobbi's birthday is on Dec. 15 so we would like to get a glimpse at who she was by listening to some of her memories from one of her closest friends, Claudia Margarita Schmitt who lived with Gianna and Sofia in Italy for 8 years. Claudia shares with us some of her memories about Gianna. Claudia Margarita Schmitt lived in many different countries throughout her life. She has discovered over time that her roots are first in her Roman Catholic faith and also in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Everywhere she goes she recognizes the same language being used to discover the mystery of God. As an international formation leader for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. She constantly has this experience of finding her roots. She has been a catechist for 33 years and a formation leader for 32. She lived for 8 years in Rome studying and working with Gianna Gobbi and Sofia Cavalletti. She describes this time as precious and that they taught her many things but first to be humble. Commemorative Journal Gianna Gobbi Listening to God with Children The Good Shepherd and the Child: The Joyful Journey A Year with Sofia Cavalletti: Daily Reflections on the Spiritual and Theological Influences of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd by Ann Garrido Essential Realities Episodes with Claudia- Episode 58 – Examination of Conscience with Claudia Margarita Schmitt Episode 18 – Chapter 4: Sources of Nourishment with Claudia Margarita Schmitt AUDIO VERSION of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti, read by Rebekah Rojcewicz. CGSUSA has created a Premium Podcast Channel for this audiobook through Podbean. The cost is $29.00 and does include the audio version of all chapters of The Religious Potential of the Child, 3rd Edition all read by Rebekah Rojcewicz. We have provided both video overview instructions and written instructions on accessing this audiobook. Please use these resources. Unlike the regular podcast, which will remain free and available on many podcast players/apps, this new resource is available only on the Podbean App, which you may download from the IOS App store or the Google Play App store. Learn more here! Step by step instructions here! Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org Follow us on Social Media- Facebook at “The United States Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd” Instagram- cgsusa Twitter- @cgsusa Pinterest- Natl Assoc of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd USA YouTube- oneofhisheep
Drs Chris and Xand van Tulleken explore if people can change and how they do it. How much of our personality is genetic destiny and how much are we shaped by the world around us? All eight episodes of A Thorough Examination with Drs Chris and Xand - Can I Change? are available now. Listen on BBC Sounds. A Loftus Media and van Tulleken Brothers Ltd production for BBC Radio 4
When you feel the enemy is attacking, have you ever considered it may be God trying to extract something and make you more like HIM?!Dr. Conway Edwards reminds us to not ever forget the purpose of our trials is God trying to get our attention. He teaches that each of the five tests also have a temptation from the enemy. When you find yourself in a trial, ask God what does He want you to address today?
Chris Sullivan joins me for an in-depth conversation about the events that led to the collapse of FTX and Alameda—the latest crypto catastrophe.Be sure to check out Swan Private, the trusted Bitcoin financial services provider for high-net-worth individuals and businesses worldwide: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveGuestChris Sullivan Website: https://www.hyperiondecimus.comPODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:Outline00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro Music00:00:08 “What is Money?” Intro Message00:00:54 Learn about Bitcoin with Swan Private at SwanPrivate.Com00:01:48 Do More with Your Digital Assets with Ledn00:02:33 Sam Bankman-Fried and the FTX Ponzi00:13:54 "Bank-Run" on the FTT Token00:16:44 Natural Price Action vs Unnatural Price Action00:23:50 Liquidation of Alameda, FTX and Exposing Their Balance Sheet00:29:35 Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth00:30:38 A Bitcoin Wallet with Privacy Built-In: Wasabi Wallet00:31:13 Invest in the Fine Art Market with Masterworks00:31:48 Hold Bitcoin is the Most Secure Custody Model with Casa00:32:37 FTX's Misallocation of Capital and Their Inevitable Collapse00:42:16 "Smart Money" and their Lack of Due Diligence on SBF and FTX00:54:10 Political Donations From Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX01:01:34 Where to Find Chris' Work01:02:07 “What is Money?” Outro MusicSOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=trueRECOMMENDED BUSINESSESSwan Private guides high-net-worth individuals and businesses in all areas of Bitcoin strategy:https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveLedn lets you do more with your digital assets: https://www.ledn.io/CrowdHealth offers an innovative health insurance model based on Bitcoin and community:https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveWasabi Wallet is a Bitcoin wallet with privacy built-in by default: https://wasabiwallet.io/Okcoin is an innovative and education-focused cryptoasset exchange platform—earn $50 in free Bitcoin by signing up at:https://okcoin.com/breedloveMasterworks let you access the fine art market at more affordable price points (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://www.masterworks.com|Casa is the most secure way to custody your Bitcoin (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://keys.casa/Automatic Recurring Bitcoin Buys and Withdrawals: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/
The second part of our autumn list of things that were unearthed in the recent past includes potpourri, repatriations, shipwrecks, medical finds, Viking items, and books and letters. Research: Abbott, Dennis. “Archaeologists unearth skeleton dating from Battle of Waterloo” Brussels Times. 7/13/2022. https://www.brusselstimes.com/belgium/254695/archaeologists-unearth-skeleton-dating-from-battle-of-waterloo Amaral, Brian. “A R.I. wreck that may be Captain Cook's Endeavour is being eaten by ‘shipworms'.” Boston Globe. 8/11/2022. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/08/11/metro/ri-wreck-that-may-be-captain-cooks-endeavour-is-being-eaten-by-shipworms/ Andalou Agency. “164-square-meter Heracles mosaic found in Turkey's Alanya.” 7/26/2022. https://www.dailysabah.com/life/history/164-square-meter-heracles-mosaic-found-in-turkeys-alanya “Van Gogh self-portrait found hidden behind another painting.” 7/14/2022. https://apnews.com/article/hidden-van-gogh-self-portrait-b703b4391c4ec0ba5bcf381ae44a6c3b Banfield-Nwachi, Mabel. “Rare original copy of Shakespeare's First Folio sells for £2m.” The Guardian. 7/22/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2022/jul/22/shakespeare-first-folio-sells-for-2m-at-auction Behrendt, Marcin. “Keep demons in the grave.” Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun. 9/19/2022. https://portal.umk.pl/en/article/keep-demons-in-the-grave Benke, Kristopher. “Medieval mass burial shows centuries-earlier origin of Ashkenazi genetic bottleneck.” 8/30/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/963008 Bennett-Begaye, Jourdan and Kolby KickingWoman. “Jim Thorpe's Olympic record reinstated.” Indian Country Today. https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/jim-thorpes-olympic-record-reinstated Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “The last person who touched this three-bladed arrowhead was a Viking.” 8/26/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/the-last-person-who-touched-this-three-bladed-arrowhead-was-a-viking/2069302 Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “This gold ring once belonged to a powerful Viking Chief. It was found in a pile of cheap jewellery auctioned off online.” Science Norway. 7/8/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/this-gold-ring-once-belonged-to-a-powerful-viking-chief-it-was-found-in-a-pile-of-cheap-jewellery-auctioned-off-online/2052329 Bir, Burak. “Historical artifact from AD 250 returns to Türkiye after 140 years.” AA. 7/1/2022. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/culture/historical-artifact-from-ad-250-returns-to-turkiye-after-140-years/2628092 Brewer, Graham Lee. “Search for missing Native artifacts led to the discovery of bodies stored in ‘the most inhumane way possible'.” NBC News. 9/4/2022. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/search-missing-native-artifacts-led-discovery-bodies-stored-inhumane-w-rcna46151 Brownlee, Emma. “Bed Burials in Early Medieval Europe.” Medieval Archaeology. Vol. 66, 2002. https://doi.org/10.1080/00766097.2022.2065060 Buschschlüter, Vanessa. “Pedro I: Emperor's embalmed heart arrives in Brazil.” BBC. 8/22/2022. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-62561928 Cardiff University. ‘Bronze Age enclosure could offer earliest clues on the origins of Cardiff.” 7/14/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-bronze-age-enclosure-earliest-clues.html Cheng, Lucia. “After More Than 150 Years, Sculptor Edmonia Lewis Finally Gets Her Degree.” Smithsonian. 7/20/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/sculptor-edmonia-lewis-receives-her-degree-180980429/ Davis, Nicola. “DIY fertiliser may be behind monks' parasite torment, say archaeologists.” The Guardian. 8/19/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/aug/19/diy-fertiliser-may-be-behind-monk-parasite-torment-say-archaeologists-cambridge Dennehy, John. “UAE-led project makes groundbreaking discovery in Zanzibar's famed Stone Town.” The National News. 9/30/2022. https://www.thenationalnews.com/uae/heritage/2022/09/01/uae-led-project-makes-groundbreaking-discovery-in-zanzibars-famed-stone-town/ Donn, Natasha. “Portuguese scientists discover 100,000 year old case of deafness.” 7/18/2022. https://www.portugalresident.com/portuguese-scientists-discover-100000-year-old-case-of-deafness/ Eerkens, J.W., de Voogt, A. Why are Roman-period dice asymmetrical? An experimental and quantitative approach. 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