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In this episode, we welcome back Dr. Andrew Gallimore to explore the content of his new book 'Reality Switch Technologies: Psychedelics as Tools for the Discovery and Exploration of New Worlds'. We discuss how the brain builds an experiential world model from patterns of information at the neural level; how all of those worlds are correlated with specific neural patterns; how we can disturb that neural pattern to encounter new worlds; essentially, using psychedelic molecules to explore alternate worlds. We explore how different classes of psychedelics affects the brain differently and thus switch us to different potential worlds, focusing specifically on the neural and world-switching effects of classical psychedelics, tropane alkaloids, and ketamine. We also explore why the brain doesn't care if its models are true, only if their adaptive; how perception of reality flows from conceptual hypothesis down, not from sensory information upwards; the self-model and its disintegration (ego death); we talk about schizophrenia and hearing voices; and about how every experience is “real” but not all experience is accurately mapped to our environment. ... For links to Gallimore's work, full show notes, and a link to watch this episode in video, head to bit.ly/ATTMind176 *** FULL TOPICS BREAKDOWN BELOW** SUPPORT THE PODCAST Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS Merchandise: https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ More Options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support Newsletter: https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter Telgram Channel: https://t.me/jameswjesso *** Extra BIG thanks to my patrons on Patreon for helping keep this podcast alive! Especially my $23+ patrons, Andreas D, Ian C, Yvette FC, Alex F, Eliz C, Nick M, Joe A, Nanci BF, & Heartwood Mushrooms —— Episode Breakdown (0:00) Opening and introduction (3:10) Guest bio (4:38) Patreon Thanks | Support the Show (6:14) Interview Begins (7:38) All experience is “real”; all experiences are of models made by the brain (10:45) DMT worlds are made of the same stuff as our normal waking world (13:15) The brain builds a world model from patterns of information at the neural level (18:31) The Interface Theory of Perception; not every experience is an adaptive model of the environment (22:07) The brain doesn't care if its models are true, only if it's adaptive. (24:26) Perception of reality flows from conceptual hypothesis down, not from sensory information upwards; predictive coding (35:40) The world falls out of the brain; how the brain builds the rich complexity of an entire reality (40:50) The self-model and its disintegration (ego death) (45:08) Schizophrenia and hearing voices (52:21) How the brain builds the world space of consensus reality, and how we can explore new world spaces by changing our brains with psychedelics (59:59) The C-Switch: how classical psychedelics affect the structure and dynamics of our models for reality (1:07:32) How classical psychedelics offer us profound insights and increase creativity through their effect on our brain's hypotheses about reality (1:11:39) Ego death is the result of classical psychedelics producing a loss of distinction between self and other (1:14:20) Increased wonder and insights resulting from classical psychedelics destabilizing the brain's hypotheses (1:23:08) Considering the difference between 5-MeO-DMT and DMT in the context of classical psychedelic effect on “the world space” (1:27:34) The M-Switch: how tropane alkaloids (aka datura) affect the structure and dynamics of our models for reality through acetylcholine, the M1 receptor, and the management of error signals (1:36:38) Tropanes, attention, and coming in and out of reality and hallucinations (1:39:30) The N-Switch: how ketamine and PCP affect the structure and dynamics of our models for reality through the NDMA receptor, the push-pull dance between anesthesia and high-psychedelia (1:45:23) James musing on his high-dose ketamine experiences (1:46:45) Ketamine is an abstract state of consciousness (1:50:11) What about Cannabis, MDMA, and Amanita Muscaria? (1:54:51) Using psychedelic molecules (and designing new ones) to explore and map alternate worlds (2:02:47) Follow-up links and socials (2:05:21) Outro
Dustin Perry, CEO of Kingfisher Metals, provides a glimpse into the exploration strategy for the recently acquired HWY 37 Project in the Golden Triangle.
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Dr. Megan Kate Nelson puts us in the middle of the history and context of the founding of Yellowstone National Park, one of America's natural glories. She tells us how he park was an important part of Reconstruction after the Civil War, how explorers and bureaucrats fought over how the land should be used, and how Native Americans responded to this encroachment on their land. A complicated and gripping story, and one of our most compelling episodes. Episode 510.
This week, a conversation with theoretical physicist and futurist Dr Michio Kaku. Kaku is a co-founder of string field theory and he's one of today's most recognizable scientists appearing regularly on news programs, documentary films and as host of two weekly radio programs, Exploration and Science Fantastic. In his latest book, Quantum Supremacy: How the Quantum Computer Revolution Will Change Everything, Kaku suggests how powerful computers might eventually solve some of humanity's biggest problems from incurable disease to global warming and world hunger. On May 4th, 2023, Dr Kaku came to the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco to talk to Caterina Fake, a serial entrepreneur, investor at Yes VC, and host of the upcoming podcast ingenious. Join us now for a conversation with Dr. Michio Kaku.
In this episode, I covered: 1. Start-Up Challenge: - Recap of the thrilling experience of participating in the Start-Up Challenge. - Insights into the inspiration behind the creation of Aguas Frescas Sacramento - Discussion on the challenges faced and the triumphs achieved during the start-up journey. 2. Acceptance to UC Davis MBA Program: - Exciting news! Announcement of the acceptance into the prestigious UC Davis MBA program. - Explanation of the significance of pursuing an MBA and how it aligns with my goals and aspirations. - Exploration of the expectations, opportunities, and anticipated learning experiences offered by the program. 3. Self-Care and Personal Growth: - Recognition of the importance of self-care amidst the demanding entrepreneurial journey. - Sharing practical strategies and practices implemented to maintain balance, well-being, and personal growth. - Personal stories and valuable lessons learned about the significance of prioritizing self-care for overall success and fulfillment. **Join us in this episode as we dive deep into these topics and uncover the insights, challenges, and personal growth experienced along the way. Tune in now to gain inspiration and motivation for your own entrepreneurial journey!** More from Here Comes the Sun Podcast: Subscribe: https://anchor.fm/marisolibarra Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herecomesthesun_podcast/ Support my Work by buying me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Herecomesthesun --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marisolibarra/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marisolibarra/support
Today, Debbie speaks with bestselling author Abigail Thomas whom Stephen King calls “the Emily Dickinson of memoirists."Her new memoir, titled "Still Life at Eighty," is a series of loosely connected essays on the topic of aging. But it's so much more than that. Abby, as she insisted that Debbie call her, is funny and frank and profane as she talks about the good and the bad of aging. Yes, there are aches and pains. No, she doesn't mind being old. In fact, she loves it. She no longer cares what people think of her and - just for the record - she is not afraid of death. As she puts it: "Please God, let there be no afterlife."In this conversation she and Debbie talk about her writing (Debbie finds it "transcendent"), her relationship to time and memories, her longterm friendship with literary agent Chuck Verrill (who died in early 2022), and why she loves working with clay.Abby is the daughter of renowned science writer Lewis Thomas, the mother of four children and a grandmother of 12. She is the bestselling author of several previous memoirs, including "A Three Dog Life" and "What Comes Next and How to Like It." She lives in Woodstock, NY with her dogs, where she writes and teaches writing. Mentioned in this episode or useful:Her website: Abigail ThomasStill Life at Eighty: The Next Interesting Thing by Abigail Thomas (Golden Notebook Press (February 28, 2023)What Comes Next and How to Like It: A Memoir by Abigail Thomas (Scribner; 2015)A Three Dog Life: A Memoir by Abigail Thomas (Mariner Books; 2006)The Next Interesting Thing from Abigail Thomas (Next Avenue, March 9, 2023)Hope? Ha Ha Ha Ha... - by Abigail Thomas (Oldster Magazine, May 3, 2023)Memoir is Exploration, So Keep Yourself Open: An Interview with Abigail Thomas (Brevity Blog, April 20, 2023)Chuck Verrill, Editor and Agent, RIP (Chuck Verrill (her literary agent) died in 2022)"STILL LIFE AT EIGHTY is a little jewel box of a book, full of epiphanies that are comforting and merciless in the gentlest possible way. Both a series of meditations and a user's manual about growing old, I was amazed by its clarity... Even the title, with its deliberate ambiguity, is a very cool thing." — Stephen KingPHOTO CREDIT: Jennifer Waddell Get the inside skinny on every episode of [B]OLDER:Subscribe to Debbie's newsletter for the inside story about every episode. You will also get her 34-page writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide. Request from Debbie:If you've been enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It really makes a difference in attracting new listeners. Connect with Debbie:debbieweil.com[B]OLDER podcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBlog: Gap Year After SixtyFacebook: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilTwitter: @debbieweil Our Media Partners:CoGenerate (formerly Encore.org)MEA and with thanks to Chip ConleyNext For Me (former media partner and in memory of Jeff Tidwell) How to Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple PodcastsSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify Credits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
We connect with Victor Cantore, President and CEO of Amex Exploration for an exploration update. Amex is focused on its 100% owned Perron gold project located 110 kilometres north of Rouyn Noranda, Quebec, consisting of 117 contiguous claims covering 4,518 hectares. Several significant gold discoveries have been made at Perron, including the Eastern Gold Zone, the Gratien Gold Zone, the Grey Cat Zone, and the Central Polymetallic Zone.
On today's episode, we'll be speaking with Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder and CEO of SpaceBase, about democratizing access to space, what it takes to catalyze a space ecosystem, and the latest news out of the space community in New Zealand.Emeline is a Co-Founder and CEO of SpaceBase, a social enterprise focused on democratizing space for everyone by co-creating space ecosystems in developing and emerging countries, starting with New Zealand. Emeline is also a Co-Founder of International Space Consultants, USA and is on the management team of Ceres Robotics Inc. She joined the inaugural cohort of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship program in New Zealand in 2017. She also was the former Chief Impact Officer and Executive VP of Operations at Singularity University (SU). Emeline sits on the Board of Trustees for the 10th to the 9th Plus Foundation and is a member of the Associate Editorial Board for the New Space Journal. She is on the International Advisory Committee of the Alliance for Collaboration in the Exploration of Space and is an Institute for Space Commerce Fellow.Emeline has a BS in Physics from the University of the Philippines and a MS in Earth and Space Science from York University, Canada. She also attended the International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Program in Strasbourg, France and subsequently worked for ISU - helping develop its Masters of Space Studies program and even running its summer space studies program. In commercial space development, she has worked and consulted for several startups including Space Adventures Ltd, Odyssey Moon, and Moon Express.We also want to extend a big thank you to our sponsors this year for supporting our show!Learn more about our Gold Sponsor Multiverse Media, an integrated media company focusing on space exploration, science, and technology, and check out the Cislunar Market Opportunities report produced by NewSpace Global, a Multiverse Media property, for a snapshot and user guide to the players and opportunities ahead for the cislunar economy. To get your own copy please go to cislunar.report and use coupon code citizen10 for 10% off a single user license.Learn more about our Silver Sponsor the Colorado School of Mines Space Resources Program, a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary program that offers Certificate, Master of Science, and Ph.D. degrees for professionals around the world interested in the emerging field of extraterrestrial resources here.Learn more about our Silver Sponsor Explore Mars, Inc., an organization seeking to advance the goal of establishing a human presence on Mars starting no later than the 2030s. Explore Mars hosts the annual Humans to Mars Summit (H2M), which features senior leadership and experts from NASA, industry, academia, other STEM fields, international space agencies, the entertainment industry, and the innovation sector.Support the showSubscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media!Instagram: @thecelestialcitizenTwitter: @celestialcitznLinkedIn: Celestial CitizenYouTube: @thecelestialcitizen
"Monica," a new film starring Trace Lysette and Patricia Clarkson, tells the story of a fraught relationship between mother and daughter and explores themes of transgender alienation. IndieWire calls the film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival "Spare but poignant," and "a pensive family drama that's loaded with the empty space of things left unsaid." Trace Lysette and Patricia Clarkson join in studio to discuss.
Unexpected Elements is all about finding surprising stories and nuggets of science in everyday news. Each week we start by taking a news story that's floating around and use that as a launchpad for three other science stories that become increasingly unexpected. This week, the team squints at the recent lavish ceremony and ritual of the British King's coronation and asks: What does it all mean? Why is ritual so important to us humans, and why does it always seem to involve precious objects? That's where we start - but in this show, our global panel of science journalists can take us to all sorts of places. We'll be touring the ocean floors with the scientist who wants to map all of them, soaring in the skies of India to discover why one of the country's biggest birds might be in trouble, and we're even going off planet to find out about an asteroid with enough gold in it to build a nice shiny house out of the stuff – for every human on Earth.
It's All About Connection! NVC With Dr. B!
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John McConnell of Victoria Gold touched base with Paul in this episode for a general discussion on the Eagle Mine's production numbers following a very difficult 2022. John also shares his editorial thoughts on the company's exploration work at Raven and how the company may approach M&A activity in the future.
Exploration is back on the menu, boys! With Mackie and CB headed back to check up on the shuttle, Hopper embarks on a bit of solo scrounging. Also, we've got a great big announcement this week which means a longer than usual intro! We hope you'll give it a listen but just in case you're jonesing for the next bit of action ASAP, you can fast forward to about the 17 minute mark. (PS: The announcement is a potential new show *insert whatever emoji connotes concerned excitement*) If you enjoy the mildly unhinged antics of Stardaddy and his band of merry madpersons, be sure to click subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. New episodes hit the feed at midnight Tennessee time every Wednesday. Want even more from Team Meatbag? Check us out online at www.astronomicapodcast.com. Here you'll find links to all of our social media plus an open invite to our Discord server. Questions, comments, or details on how exactly Connect works? Email them to email@example.com and we'll definitely get back to you sometime this month. And finally, if you just absolutely love us and wish to provide support in a monetary manner, you can find us at patreon.com/AstronomicaPodcast. Not only will you enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling of helping us foot production costs, you'll also find a number of fantastic extra perks plus get bragging rights with all your nerdiest friends. Thanks as always for listening and we'll see ya next week! Support the show
Doug Cavey of Defiance Silver provides a long-overdue corporate update to MSD listeners on their almost complete drilling program and his thoughts on the proposed revamp of Mexico's mining law.
In this episode our host Elena Melchert talks with Anne Bradbury about her background and experience with upstream oil and gas and her role in sharing that experience with others on Capitol Hill and on behalf of AXPC members. www.axpc.org Twitter @axpc_us https://www.pbs.org/video/sherwood-forest-top-secret-tv32tg/ Link to Sherwood Forest: Top Secret movie about role of U.S. oil and gas producers in supporting England's defense against the German Lufwafa during World War II. This episode is made possible by TechnipFMC Click here to take it one question survey and receive OGGN hardhat/laptop stickers Brought to you on Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. More from OGGN ... Podcasts LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Company Page Get notified about industry events
Join us for an inspiring conversation with Saanvi Sita Mylavarapu, a seasoned hiker, backpacker, rock climber, and youth advocate for the great outdoors. Since the age of six, Saanvi has been exploring the stunning landscapes of the United States, and has completed some of the most challenging hikes in the country, including Kala Pathar, Half Dome, and Mt. Whitney. She recently accomplished the feat of reaching the Everest Base Camp, and is now gearing up for a 120-mile trek across the Tour du Mont Blanc in Europe this summer. Saanvi has hiked over 800 miles and has visited more than 25 National Parks, making her a true champion of nature conservation. Her passion for the environment has been recognized by national media outlets, who have featured her on the front page of newspapers and in articles in major magazines. As a National Park Trust Ambassador, Saanvi has been supported by the National Park Service, renowned conservationists, mountaineers, and wildlife photographers. She is also the founder of 'Young Roots', an environmental and ecology club at Frisco ISD, and runs 'Nature Worthy', a non-profit organization that aims to raise awareness of the benefits of connecting with nature. Join us as Saanvi shares her insights on the transformative power of nature, and her vision for a more sustainable future. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Saanvi Moving from Dallas to Texas Planing to complete the Tour du Mont Blanc trek in Europe Turning sixteen Reflecting on her childhood and growing up Her first road trip at 6 years old and visiting the National Parks Her love for hiking and spending time outdoors Enjoying the peace and quiet Feeling under pressure at school Being self motivated and driven Being a National Park Student Trust Ambassador Going to the Junior Ranger Programs Climbing Mt. Whitney and why it was so strenuous Breaking through mental barriers Feeling mental drained and how to change her state Getting into rock climbing and what she enjoys Hiking and climbing Half Dome and why it was so tough Being inspired by her mum Hiking to Everest Base Camp in Nepal Wanting to climb the mountains in the future Dealing with cold hands and feet Using the phrase “you can do this” Future dreams and ambitions Preparing to hike Tour du Mont Blanc Doing high altitude running The Saanvi Speaker Series The importance of spending time in nature Founder of 'Young Roots', an environmental and ecology club Her views on carbon footprints and climate change The power of making little changes in their life Being inspired by Emily Harrington How to connect with Saanvi Final words of advice Social Media Instagram: @chalkbagsntents
Bart is the founding Guru at GuruScan | International Knowledge Management speaker | Makes Knowledge driven business decisions and helps enable the customers to do https://www.linkedin.com/in/bart-guruscan/ Guruscan website https://guruscan.nl/ What is knowledge management? Knowledge is a lot more than information Information is content Knowledge is explicit and implicit knowledge Knowledge Management strategy Shell Connecting people to people, Connecting people to content Community of practice Lessons learned, what did we do and how well did we do it? Forward-looking thing: how can we integrate learning and development? Learn about where we want to go This makes me excited to be a part of KM Skills that are really hard to make explicit Fingerspettein Riding a bike, talk to someone about riding a bike Keep on pedaling, look forward, and find your balance, these are all processes that can't be taught You can't read how to ride a bike What percentage of knowledge for business is like riding a bike? Specific use cases; a lot of research 20% is explicit and 80% is actually stuff people are doing Then not ending up in the final 95% implicit in the particular case of tacit knowledge Is the role Thousands of people; how do you communicate with them Complex environment and things are changing in Solving complex problems is when you want to get people together Prehistoric groups There was cross-group and collaboration Strangers interacting 1-2 years now for 10-15 years of experience as specialist After a while, its interesting to hear how people have feelings about whether things are wrong Intuition says something is wrong, and then finds the thing that is wrong No textbook is going to tell you what is wrong Concept is called Dunbar number, robert dunbar, British anthropologist 150 people; the people with you can have a meaningful relationship High school friends are replaced with work friends Changes over time but the limit Social grooming, what their parents are doing, what are they doing If you want to expand you are not going to be FDR had 44,000 people in The level of leadership changes, and remote work As a CEO of a 20K person company Methods for Organizational network analysis Knowledge Map of the organization Connect people with very similar of knowledge. Find people to really like to exchange with An idea is network Bart is in Amsterdam Not totally remote Gitlab as an example Remote work as asynchronous Being able to work asynchronously in productive Large organizations Monday morning you have the standup Large organizations in tons of synchronous meetings Lockdowns the whole workspace Feeling productive vs not feeling productive Status report Alignment and updating people That's the big challenge The furthest in Async first Async needs to be changed If you can't have that meeting, what would you do? Internal organization A lot of people who make money running the organization IIf you are up to 60 or 70 people because there is no overhead If you need to arrange something you need to Staff departments at 150 Institutional Staff departments Especially, growing the company as an incentive How do you work smarter, not harder? Our department In organizations, the hard thing is to make sure that you don't reduce complexity, If you reduce the complexity Requisite variety, adapt to all the changes that are coming from the outside of the world Balance exploration and exploitation If you don't exploit then you don't the money Exploration is the future of the company How much money, time, effort and people? How much money should we invest in R&D? Insane amounts of money Every company should do in more exploration Changing processes is usually not considered R&D Changing your organization to better fit future Political aspect Produce 50 or 60% of all the semiconductors Flat screens LED lights have semiconductors European Union has different regulations Huge fabrication tension of where ASML TSMC The flow of money spent on the Governed by Moore laws The number of transistors on a square meter would double every year Fit the developments into the computer chips Pentium processors went faster than Moore's laws How many people work in semiconductors? Ultraviolet lights Collaborations Semiconductor stuff, how to do the knowledge management? Work together with SAIS, German lens company SAIS maybe made an investment in that Seimer integrating with the equiptment Global recruiment that they do Optical engineering Thats the most important thing With customers and suppliers Crash in 2009 and 2020 Apple, Intel, and Samsung Flagship model The chain is so fragile
Chris Donaldson of TinOne joins us in Frankfurt for a discussion on both their tin and lithium work happening in Tazmania.
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We celebrate Free Comic Book Day with Jesse Lonergan and Steve Anderson from Third Eye Comics. Our first-ever spectacular promoting the annual event where comic readers collide to nab free comics but, more importantly, buy comics. Free Comic Book Day is a shop appreciation day, not a customer appreciation day. So, be kind, say thank you, and discover a new universe of titles and characters. Exploration is your mission. In our first portion, we chat extensively with Steve Anderson about his new Buys and Bargains Third Eye Comics location in Annapolis, Maryland. What purpose does this particular store offer that the others don't? What goodies did we come away with during our little shop preview? What does the retailer of one of the country's best comic shops think about the industry today, and what are the comics he's most excited to read? We get into it. In our second half, we speak with cartoonist extraordinaire Jesse Lonergan about his new Mike Mignola collaboration, Miss Truesdale and the Fall of Hyperborea, published by Dark Horse Comics. For Hellboy fans, this is an essential entry, further detailing the ancient mythology that frequently steers Anung Un Rama's fate. We discuss the responsibility of working with such precious characters and why Lonergan was such a natural fit. We also get into the weeds of pacing, time, and who controls what within the comics medium. It's another can't-miss conversation. There are few days of the year we enjoy more than Free Comic Book Day. We all owe a lot to Joe Field, the Flying Colors comic shop proprietor who originated the concept. If you would like to know more about the event's origins, be sure to listen to The Short Box podcast. The latest episode features an extensive interview with Field. You should also check out the Comic Book Couples Counseling Free Comic Book Day PSA! Most importantly, visit Third Eye Comics! Follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. You can also keep track of Jesse Lonergan on Twitter, Instagram, and his Website. Wait, there's more! You should listen to our other Mignolaverse celebration with creators Rob Williams and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell. FINAL ROUND OF PLUGS (PHEW): Also, JOIN OUR PATREON and watch Brad and Dolph Lundgren celebrate 1989's The Punisher movie for seven whole minutes. Don't forget! Watch the latest episode of The B&B Show, where Brad and Bryan Review the Hottest Cinematic Releases. And, of course, follow Comic Book Couples Counseling on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter @CBCCPodcast, and you can follow hosts Brad Gullickson @MouthDork & Lisa Gullickson @sidewalksiren. Send us your Words of Affirmation by leaving us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts. Continue your conversation with CBCC by hopping over to our website where we have reviews, essays, and numerous interviews with comic book creators. Podcast logo by Aaron Prescott @acoolhandfluke, podcast banner art by @Karen_XmenFan.
Interview with Killian Charles, President & CEO of Brunswick Exploration (TSX-V: BRW)Brunswick Exploration is a Montreal-based mineral exploration company listed on the TSX-V under symbol BRW. The Company is focused on grassroots exploration for lithium in Canada, a critical metal necessary to global decarbonization and energy transition. The company is rapidly advancing the most extensive grassroots lithium property portfolio in Canada with holdings in Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
I spoke with Ailara Khojayeva a Turkmenistan born, Belarus resident who is studying architecture. Ailara shares her story with pursuing an education, navigating "green spaces" and providing them to her community , and her values of persistence to achieve her ambitions in architecture. Learn more on Dreams Not Memes Podcast.
We meet our next guest, Hayden Hunter, at his cozy home in a quiet suburban street in Jackson, Mississippi. Hayden greets us with a warm smile and that classic good country boy look, complete with a handsome beard and that unmistakable southern hospitality that welcomes you in.Hayden was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, with a small family that consisted of his mother and father. However, his parents eventually divorced, and his mother remarried. Unfortunately, his stepdad and mother also divorced when he was just a young man. But it was around this time, at age 12, that Hayden's stepfather bought him a guitar that would change his life forever.The guitar quickly became Hayden's constant companion, and he began to hone his skills, spending hours upon hours practicing and writing his own music. He found solace in the instrument and the creative outlet it provided him. Fast forward to today, and Hayden is now engaged to his partner and the proud father of a newborn baby. He is also a working musician, gigging three to five nights a week, chasing his dream of a career in music as a writer, lyricist, and band member.Hayden's journey to where he is today has been filled with challenges and hardships, but he has persevered and never given up on his dream. His partner works a day job and brings home a steady salary, allowing Hayden to work the night shift playing his music across the state and neighboring areas. During our chat, Hayden shared with us the southern attitude of letting go of hate and anger, embracing love and hospitality instead. He also talked about the importance of family and how his strong family unit has helped him through the tough times.Hayden's story is a testament to the power of pursuing your dreams, even when it may seem difficult or impossible. He has found a way to balance his passion for music with his responsibilities as a partner and father, and he continues to chase his dreams with unwavering determination. Join us as Hayden adds his own piece to the quilt of 444 people, sharing his beautiful outlook on life and his inspiring story of never giving up on your dreams.For more of Hayden check out his band'sFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/HHandtheYTs?mibextid=ZbWKwLInstagram: https://instagram.com/hhandtheyts?igshid=ZDdkNTZiNTM= For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
How would you have lived your life differently, had you known that you were meant to be an explorer in this world?
We meet our next guest, LB Brown, at her office in Tuscaloosa, the “Hope Grows Center for Counseling”. As we arrived in the parking lot, LB greeted us warmly and introduced us to some of her colleagues before we settled into her cozy office with The Jar. LB is a true Alabama girl, born and raised in Tuscaloosa with a big family that provided lots of support and activities, growing up in the Methodist Church. Now, as an adult, she wears many hats, including being a mother, a sister, a wife, a caretaker, and a social worker. We talked extensively about the challenges of balancing multiple roles and the skills it takes to transition between them seamlessly.However, as we have learned on The Jar, there are no perfect lives, only moments, times, and places. LB's second son was born with a rare genetic defect, and we discussed the impact of this diagnosis as a mother, finding resources, and dealing with an unknown prognosis. Despite the challenges, LB remains steadfast in her commitment to her family, her clients, and herself.As a giver, LB knows the importance of taking care of oneself and replenishing one's cup before pouring into others. She shared with us some of the core values that guide her life, including trust, loyalty, teamwork, honesty, and compassion. And while she wears many hats and faces significant challenges, LB feels that she is entering a phase of growth and embracing the wonderment of life. The only place left to put her bets is on herself. Join us as we dive deeper into LB's story as she navigates The Jar and the twists and turns of life.Check out LB Brown at:https://www.postpartum.net A power house of resources for pregnant and postpartum individuals!Or use this link for information about the rare genetic syndrome her child has: https://www.cdlsusa.orgHer business instagram: https://www.instagram.com/happymoms_llc/Her business facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063804563298&comment_id=Y29tbWVudDoyNDcwMTQ1MTQzNTkyMDNfNjA0NjkxNDQxNTgxOTA5 For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
In this entry of the Heal.Thy.Man.Chronicles, I explore how we digest not only the food we consume but also the experiences we have in our lives, both physically and energetically. The host begins by discussing the physical process of digestion and touch on the importance of eating mindfully and paying attention to how our bodies react to different types of food. Moving beyond food, the I explore how we digest experiences in our lives, both positive and negative. This session then expresses how emotions such as stress and anxiety can affect our digestive system and offers tips for managing these feelings in a healthy way. This chronicle entry also delves into the idea of energetic digestion, explaining how we process and absorb the energy of the people and environments around us. I note that negative energy can be just as harmful to our well-being as unhealthy food and suggests ways to protect ourselves from these negative influences. Throughout the podcast, there is emphasis on the importance of being mindful of what we consume, both physically and energetically. He encourages listeners to take time to reflect on their habits and make conscious choices that promote health and well-being. Overall, this podcast provides an insightful and informative look at how we digest the things in our lives, offering practical tips for maintaining physical and emotional health. How to Awaken the Chakras: Activate the Solar Plexus Manipura Chakra --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/healthymanchronicles/message
As a Business Leader who has poured time and energy into building a business that has impacted the lives and careers of many, there will come a time when retirement is on the horizon. What happens to the business and its people when that time comes? We believe your organization deserves a thoughtfully curated and carefully executed exit plan.Nolan Consulting Group can walk you through the process at a pace that is unique to your transitional needs and the trades industry. Today we're introducing a new Program offered by Nolan Consulting Group, the Succession Planning Process. NCG Managing Partner, Brian Nolan, joins us today to bring awareness to our new planning process, sharing the importance of creating a framework for succession and how we developed NCG's approach of a 3 stage, 9 step process. We'll continue the conversation on future episodes walking through each Stage, but today we start with the Process overview and Stage 1: Exploration and Foundations.
The air crackled with anticipation as we awaited the arrival of our next guest, Laurascott Barfield. We stood outside Kapstone realty office, located on an ancient off Main St. road in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The office was a hip and trendy place, fitting for someone like Laurascott, a realtor with a heart for adventure. She hailed from the rugged terrain of northern Idaho, a place where mountains were the norm, and nature was her solace.Laurascott's journey was not an easy one. Her parents' divorce when she was just ten years old left her feeling angry and resentful. She moved to Orlando with her parents before eventually settling in Tuscaloosa, where she found solace in the great outdoors. She lived and breathed nature, and her love for it was evident in everything she did. Her home was her sanctuary, nestled far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.But life had other plans for Laurascott, as she came face to face with the devastation wrought by a tornado that tore through Tuscaloosa years ago. She narrowly escaped with her life, but the traumatic experience left her shaken to the core. Yet, instead of letting it break her, she used the experience to fuel her motivation, drawing on the lessons learned from that fateful day to shape her into the person she is today.As Laurascott danced with The Jar, telling her story, it was clear that she had come a long way from the angry girl she once was. Her journey was one of resilience and strength, and her determination to overcome the obstacles in her path was truly inspiring. In the end, Laurascott's story was not just one of survival but also of redemption, and it served as a testament to the human spirit's enduring resilience. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Habiter sous la mer et vivre au contact de mystérieux poissons obsède les hommes depuis des décennies. En 2019, pour s'approcher de ce rêve, le biologiste et photographe sous-marin Laurent Ballesta combine plusieurs techniques de plongée pour pouvoir explorer sans limite de temps les profondeurs de la Méditerranée. Mais son ambition à un prix, celui de devoir rester confiné 28 jours avec trois compagnons dans un caisson de 5 m2. Cette expédition novatrice prend des airs de voyage dans l'espace, à la découverte des espèces à la porte des abysses… Abonnez-vous à notre newsletter pour ne louper aucun épisode ➡️ Retrouvez Les Baladeurs sur : Les Others Spotify Apple Podcasts Deezer YouTube Ausha En RSS
Lauren Megaw if a geologists and the Head of Investor Relations for Reyna Silver. She joins us for a general introduction into the company and their silver assets in both Mexico and Nevada. The company has a focus on 3 specific projects this year, all within historic mining camps. Lauren shares their 2023 strategic exploration strategies and why she is very excited to be working with CRD systems.
#ReynaSilver Provides Exploration Update On Its 3 Projects Reyna #Silver has been exploring 3 projects at Batopilas, Guigui (both in Mexico), and Medicine Springs (in Nevada). And after completing various drill programs on the assets, they just released an exploration update for all 3. That also includes their drilling plans for the rest of 2023. So for a brief overview of where things stand on each project, click to watch this brief video now! - To read the full press release from Reyna Silver go to: https://reynasilver.com/system/uploads/RS-PressRelease-20230502.pdf - To join our free email list and never miss a video click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/email-signup/ - To get on the waiting list for your very own ´Silver Chopper Ben´ sterling silver figurine click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/get-a-chopper-ben/ - To get your paperback or audio copy of The Big Silver Short go to: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/thebigsilvershort/ Find Arcadia Economics content on these sites: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/ArcadiaEconomics Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/ArcadiaEconomics Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/kgpeiwO1dhxX/ LBRY/Odysee - https://odysee.com/@ArcadiaEconomics:5 Listen to Arcadia Economics on your favorite Podcast platforms: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/75OH2PpgUpriBA5mYf5kyY Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/arcadia-economics/id1505398976 Google-https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9teXNvdW5kd2lzZS5jb20vcnNzLzE2MTg5NTk1MjMzNDVz Anchor - https://anchor.fm/arcadiaeconomics Amazon - https://podcasters.amazon.com/podcasts Follow Arcadia Economics on these social platforms Twitter - https://twitter.com/ArcadiaEconomic Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/arcadiaeconomics/ To see the evidence of manipulative behavior in the silver market (as well as how you can send it to your local regulators and Congressional representatives) click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/cftc-complaint/ - To sign the petition to ban JP Morgan from having any involvement in the silver industry click here: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/ban-jp-morgan-from-trading-gold-and-silver #silver #silverprice And remember to get outside and have some fun every once in a while!:) (URL0VD)Subscribe to Arcadia Economics on Soundwise
In this podcast episode of Truth in this Art, host Rob Lee interviews Rachel Mijares Fick, the Co-Founder of Future Fair, to discuss the future of this groundbreaking art exhibition platform. Rachel has extensive experience in the art world, having organized 21 art fairs in New York, Switzerland, and Germany and worked in curatorial departments at Exit Art and the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden.Future Fair is a unique platform that supports small business art galleries and the artists they represent, both through digital and in-person events. Rachel explains how Future Fair aims to create a more accessible and diverse environment for artists, providing a space for new and often overlooked voices to thrive.Listeners will also be excited to learn about Future Fair's upcoming event taking place from May 10-13, 2023, at the Chelsea Industrial in New York City. This is an incredible opportunity to experience the work of emerging artists and support small galleries. Tickets are available for purchase on the Future Fair website: https://futurefairs.com/During the interview, Rachel shares her personal background, including her BFA in Fine Art from the Corcoran College of Art + Design, where she focused on video, performance, and art history. She has been featured in various publications, including the New York Times, ArtNews, Artnet, and REVS Magazine.Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the art world and the challenges facing small galleries and artists, as well as the innovative solutions Future Fair provides. Rachel's insights provide a unique perspective on the importance of supporting emerging artists and the role that Future Fair plays in this crucial mission.photo credit goes to David Willems. ★ Support this podcast ★
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design. Today, we are visiting with Denver based designer, Nadia Watts. A creative with a very strong collaborative spirit. What does that mean? Designer Resources ThermaSol - Redefining the modern shower experience. Episode 271 featuring Mitch Altman Moya Living - Beautiful, durable powder coated kitchen, bath & outdoor kitchen cabinetry Design Hardware - A stunning and vast collection of jewelry for the home! The Oasis Alliance - Providing design to those in need. ICAA Southern California - SoCal is Southern California's preeminent resource on classical architecture and the allied arts. Well, it's an idea that is uniquely different based on the individuals perspective. In Nadia's case, collaboration is an idea inextricably tied to her work, you are going to hear about that as well as an exploration into her work and how she uses elements of her design to bounce of other parts to add depth and detail to the work. I hope you enjoy this conversation by design with Nadia Watts, we'll be right back. Thank you, Nadia. I appreciate the time and love what you do. Thank you to my partners and sponsors, ThermaSol, Moya Living and Design Hardware. Your partnership is what makes this possible and your support for the design industry is amazing, I appreciate you. Thank you for taking the time to subscribe, download and listen to the show. If not already, please make sure you subscribe so you get fresh episodes the moment they're published. Remember why you do what you do and for whom you do it. Be well, and until next week, take today first. CXD About Nadia: Nadia has been in the interior design industry for over 15 years. Since 2009 Nadia has delivered exceptional interior design to clients across the country from her studio in Denver, Colorado. Her collaborative approach to design and project management has led to lasting relationships with clientele looking to personalize and refine their spaces. Nadia's portfolio includes custom residential homes, historic renovations, bespoke professional offices, and spaces showcasing internationally recognized art and furniture collections. Nadia's forte is attention to detail and expressing the personalities of her clients in the feel of their homes. Nadia began her professional design career with Elaine Stephenson Interiors in Roanoke, Virginia, she worked in the American Decorative Arts Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and with Douglas Associates, Interior Designers in Denver. Nadia founded her eponymous firm in 2009. Nadia Watts Interior Design has provided Nadia the creative venue to demonstrate and explore her design skills. Nadia specializes in assembling teams of architects, contractors, artisans, and experts unique to each project. Services include: full service interior design, project management, new construction, furnishing selection, historical restoration, and remote design consultation.
This episode of the Lynckup podcast is brought to you by Moode & Co. Welcome to the Lynckup podcast, where we bring you conversations with inspiring people who are making an impact in their respective fields. On this episode, we are excited to have Krista Parks, a life coach, joining us. In this conversation, we cover a wide range of topics that are sure to pique your interest. We dive into some fascinating and thought-provoking ideas, such as the concept of not using a smartphone anymore and having sex with robots. Rahul makes excuses, and we explore why discipline is greater than motivation. We also talk about DMT and quitting alcohol, as well as psychedelics. Krista shares her experience as a life coach and talks about her men's and women's retreat. We delve into the subject of men losing and trying to regain their masculinity, and we discuss why some people live a mediocre life. We even touch on the intriguing topic of whether aliens are living amongst us, and Krista shares some of her conspiracy theories. As we move further into the conversation, we explore how Krista vets her coaching clients and discuss women's sexual energy. We also debate the pros and cons of the casual sex hookup culture that dominates today's dating scene and examine why men aren't having as much sex as they used to. Bedros Keuilian and Krista's reiki training are also discussed, along with why we take our health for granted. We asked Krista for her thoughts on what the state of men is today, and we touched on Gary Vee, Carl Sagan's pale blue dot, dating momma's boys, and weak men. Overall, this episode is a fascinating and enlightening conversation that covers many intriguing topics. If you're curious about life coaching, conspiracy theories, or the state of modern masculinity, you won't want to miss this episode of the Lynckup podcast. https://www.instagram.com/kristaparks901/ https://twitter.com/bougiehippieKP https://linktr.ee/moderntribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCedAXjNilOe2WERd0ES2Ohg Sponsor links Moode & Co www.moodeand.co/ www.instagram.com/moodeandco
We pulled up to the Tuscaloosa Gateway Center, a new public space built after a devastating tornado hit the city several years ago. As we stepped out of the van, our eyes were immediately drawn to a beautiful Harley Davidson motorcycle parked nearby. And then, just as if on cue, Belinda Cook appeared at the door in full Harley gear, and we knew instantly that she was the owner of that stunning bike. Belinda is originally from Louisiana, near the Bayou, but she moved up to Atlanta when she was around 12 years old. She shared with us the funny story of how she was warned about moving to the big city of Montgomery, and we couldn't help but chuckle along with her.Today, Belinda works as a crisis counselor and is also a mother, wife and a Harley Davidson instructor. She talked to us about how she wears different hats in life, but ultimately, she is always herself and that transfers across all her roles. Her work as a crisis counselor is particularly special because she has been to those dark places herself and can relate to the pain and trauma that others are experiencing.Belinda's story is one of struggle and pain, but also one of finding purpose and hope. She has been through difficult times and has come out the other side stronger and more resilient. Her experiences have enabled her to be the best at what she does, and she has found her calling in helping others navigate their own struggles. Join us as we listen to Belinda's story unfold in the jar, and discover the beautiful person that she is.For more of Belinda check out her website: www.free2grieve.com For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
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Interview with Blaine Monaghan, President & CEO of Pacific Ridge Exploration (TSX-V:PEX)Pacific Ridge's goal is to become British Columbia's leading copper-gold exploration company. Pacific Ridge's flagship project is the Kliyul copper-gold project, located in the Quesnel Trough, approximately 50 km southeast of Centerra Gold Inc's Kemess. In addition to Kliyul, the Company's project portfolio includes the RDP copper-gold project (optioned to Antofagasta Minerals S.A.), the Chuchi copper-gold project, the Onjo copper-gold project, and the Redton copper-gold project, all located in British Columbia. Pacific Ridge would like to acknowledge that its B.C. projects are located in the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Gitxsan Nation, McLeod Lake Indian Band, Nak'azdli Whut'en, Takla Nation, and Tsay Keh Dene Nation.
As we pulled up to Karen Lockhart's home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, she greeted us at the door with a warm smile and a friendly wave. Despite being new to the South, Karen exuded southern hospitality, and we knew right away that we were going to like her. Karen's story is both tragic and beautiful. Born and raised in New York City, she experienced a violent domestic situation and was forced to seek refuge in Alabama. Her father had 23 children and her mother had five, but Karen was mostly raised by her grandmother and spent time in foster care.As a child, Karen was hit by a car and spent two years in the hospital, an experience that had a profound impact on her life. But nothing compared to being born without toes, a condition that led to ridicule from her peers and even her own family. At just 14 years old, Karen joined a gang and quickly found herself in prison. She was sentenced to 25 years to life and felt that she had no friends left on the streets. However, despite her dark past, Karen has found a way to use her experiences to help others.Today, Karen works as a peer support specialist, helping people who are going through difficult times. She is also pursuing her GED after struggling with illiteracy as a teenager. Karen's story is a remarkable one, and she is truly an amazing human being. Despite the challenges she has faced, she is a light in the tunnel for so many others. Join us as we hear more of Karen's story through the questions in the jar. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform