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    Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science
    A Hero of the New Space Age: Lori Garver and Escaping Gravity

    Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 79:07


    No one deserves more credit for enabling the new era of commercial space development than former NASA deputy administrator Lori Garver. That includes the commercial crew program that brings astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Mat welcomes Lori back for a conversation about her excellent new memoir that tells the inside story of this achievement. You'll get the chance to win “Escaping Gravity” in this week's What's Up space trivia contest. There's more to discover at https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2022-lori-garver-escaping-gravity-book See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    BAST Training podcast
    Ep. 67 Protecting The Singer's Ears For Performance Longevity With Carrie Birmingham

    BAST Training podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 53:07


    Founder of Pro Vox in Liverpool, Senior Popular Vocals Lecturer at Leeds Conservatoire, volunteer at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospital Voice Clinic, researcher and PHD student specialising in singers experiences in using in-ear technology. Carrie Birmingham joins Alexa this week on Singing Teachers Talk to talk us through her speciality, in-ear technology.  KEY TAKEAWAYS Carrie started looking into in-ear technology and protection when talking to singers about the lack of precautions they take and how they don't consider what permanent damage could be done in the future. As someone with a hearing impairment, these are things that Carrie thinks about often.  We need to be aware of what our exposure levels actually are but it's hard in today's world where we're inundated with loud noise. Even walking down the street or eating at a restaurant, you'd be surprised just how high the decibel levels actually get.  Hearing is a psychoacoustic response, meaning that we all hear things in a different way. For one person something could be incredibly loud and damage their hearing, whereas someone may be more used to that level of exposure. It's about experimenting with what is right for you.  Cassie thinks that as teachers we need to be more proactive about making our students who have higher exposure more aware of what they need to do to keep safe. If your singer works regularly in a band or with a drummer, we should know right away that they are at higher risk.  BEST MOMENTS ‘There are many performers who have tinnitus and some to a level where they can't perform anymore'  ‘Is your in-ear mix safe?' ‘Singers respond to what they're hearing as well as what they're feeling' EPISODE RESOURCES  BAST Training Guest Website: http://www.facebook.com/ProVox1 @ProVoxLiverpool Contact Email:  mccsb@leeds.ac.uk cbirmingham@lcm.ac.uk Relevant Links & Mentions:  Soundbrenner Watch Artists mentioned: Plan B, Chris Martin, Mariah Carey, Sigrid  Help Musicians UK: https://www.helpmusicians.org.uk/ Psycho-Acoustics: David Howard & Ian Howell  ABOUT THE GUEST  Carrie Birmingham is vocal teacher and researcher based across Liverpool and Leeds. Alongside running her own private studio, Pro Vox based in Liverpool, she is also a Senior Popular Vocals Lecturer at Leeds Conservatoire, a Vocal Health Education First Aid Assessor, a Singing Specialist Volunteer (VRC) at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospital voice clinic, alongside current study as a PhD candidate at the School of Music, University of Leeds; specialising in 'Singers' experiences of working with in-ear technology'. As a hearing-impaired alt-rock singer currently wearing one hearing aid, her recent years of research have taken a specific focus as to 'how we hear' and more specifically 'how singers hear', alongside 'the impact of hearing devices/protection during live performance', which is a field lacking in research. Carrie hopes to bring new theories to light within this subject matter across coming years. Carrie recently completed her MA in Applied Practice of Vocal Pedagogy with Voice Workshop Ltd. alongside recent years' worth of CPD in Vocal Anatomy, Vocal Health, Teaching Young and Changing Voices, Auditory Processing, Vocal Rehab, and The Exploration of Tinnitus, to name a few. Prior to recent studies she holds a Teaching Diploma in Popular Vocals from the London College of Music, and a Ba (Hons) Popular Music & Drama and Theatre Studies from Liverpool Hope University. Her performance experience spans over 20 years as a dancer, musical theatre performer, actor, flautist, saxophonist, singer-songwriter performing in a variety of venues and performance settings across the UK, most notably fronting alternative-rock band, F I G U R E S since 2015 and now a new duo project, Charlie's Girl launched in late 2021. Alongside her teaching, researching, volunteering and performing roles, Carrie is also the north area representative to the Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS) where she is involved in bringing together a community of singing teachers, choral directors, and professional voice users across the north of the UK. She hosts annual CPD events and is available to offer advice to new and growing teachers through many events and networking opportunities with the charity. ABOUT THE PODCAST BAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-bios See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    University of Adversity
    The Exploration Of Spirituality w/Ryan J Kemp EP 382

    University of Adversity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 58:30


    Ryan J kemp is a Teacher & Guide of The Regenerative Leadership Academy and Speaker & Founder of Pueo Regenerative Consultancy. Born in Beverly Massachusetts, he grew up in the towns of Salem and Andover. Ryan authored several books such as The Age of Separation, A Holistic Framework for Reclaiming our Power, and Saving Our Planet. On today's episode, Ryan shares his journey of how he left playing baseball to explore spirituality. He traveled to different countries for 11 years and in that journey, he unlearnt all of the things that prevented him from truly expressing his true authentic self. He talked about how we need to move away from the ‘I' mentality and make conscious choices not to harm others and the planet by our actions. Ryan also explained the term ‘Regenerative Leadership'. Tune in to listen to this powerful conversation! IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:  01:02 The transition from professional baseball to studying Chinese philosophy 12:29 Exploring spirituality through psychedelics and teachings of a yogi 19:18 The most useful piece of advice from an elder for the younger generation 26:46 Understanding the word ‘culture' and its misinterpretation 35:10 Exploring the term “Regenerative Leadership” 43:37 Acting from the place of the ‘heart' versus the ‘head'

    CruxCasts
    Almadex Minerals (DEX) - North American Gold Silver Exploration

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 20:34


    Almadex Minerals Ltd. is a Canada-based exploration company. The Company's intended business activity is the acquisition and exploration of exploration and evaluation properties in Canada, the United States and Mexico. The Company's projects include El Chato, Nueva Espana, San Carlos, Lajas, Mezquites, San Pedro, Viky, Yago, Merit, Nicoamen River, Ponderosa, Monte Cristo, Paradise Valley, Veta and Willow. El Chato covers an area of acid-sulphate alteration developed in volcanic rocks, including zones of massive silica, quartz-alunite and kaolinite. The Lajas project, located in San Luis Potosi State, is a 100% owned by the Company project acquired by staking. The Mezquites project is located in the state of Nayarit. Nueva Espana is 100% owned by the Company. The claim covers an area of clay alteration silicification and veining developed in volcanic and carbonate rocks. The San Carlos Project is comprised of one claim covering 20 hectares. The claim is located in Tamaulipas State.

    CruxCasts
    Endurance Gold (EDG) - Prospect Generation & Exploration in North America

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 29:40


    Endurance Gold Corporation (EDG - TSX.V) is a precious metals exploration and development company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of highly prospective North American mineral properties with the potential to develop world class deposits. Our exploration focus is currently to advance the Reliance Gold Project, located near Gold Bridge B.C. in the historic Bralorne - Pioneer gold camp.

    CruxCasts
    Pacific Ridge Exploration (PEX) - Copper Gold Porphyry Drilling Begins

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 28:14


    Pacific Ridge's goal is to become one of the leading copper-gold exploration companies in British Columbia. Pacific Ridge's flagship project is the advanced-stage Kliyul copper-gold project, located in the Quesnel Trough, approximately 50 km southeast of Centerra Gold's Kemess project. Historic drilling at Kliyul encountered significant porphyry copper-gold mineralization, drill hole KL-15-34 returned 245 metres of 0.75% CuEQ (see Pacific Ridge press release dated December 2, 2020). The Company plans to launch a drill program at Kliyul next month. 

    Le monde de demain - The Flares [PODCASTS]
    Humain, Demain #22 - Augmentation, exploration et mystères de l'esprit ? avec Remi Sussan

    Le monde de demain - The Flares [PODCASTS]

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 114:40


    ➡ Nous enregistrons nos podcasts avec Riverside: Cliquer sur le lien pour commencer une période d'essai : https://tinyurl.com/5bxnwnda⚠️ Découvrez du contenu EXCLUSIF (pas sur la chaîne) ⚠️ ⇒ https://the-flares.com/y/bonus/ ⬇️⬇️⬇️ Infos complémentaires : sources, références, liens... ⬇️⬇️⬇️ Sommaire : 0:00:00 Introduction 0:02:52 Les grandes questions sur l'esprit et le cerveau qu'ils nous restent à résoudre ? 0:09:41 Les bonnes pratiques afin d'optimiser certains aspects du cerveau ? 0:16:59 Quelle est ta compréhension et définition du transhumanisme ? 0:21:44 En quoi le cerveau intéresse particulièrement les transhumanistes ? 0:24:48 Différentes façons d'améliorer les aspects cognitifs 0:32:05 Que sont les états de consciences modifiés ou altérés ? 0:59:43 Que sont les beats binauraux ? 1:04:12 Qu'est-ce que l'approche par l'étude des “qualia” et la conscience ? 1:17:29 Le rôle des psychédéliques et leurs expériences 1:25:19 L'idée de moral enhancement 1:40:08 Comment est-ce que la société devrait réguler les substances amélioratives ? 1:44:59 Que penses-tu des idées du philosophe britannique David Pearce ? Vous avez aimé cette vidéo ? Pensez à mettre un

    Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science
    Space Policy Edition: Pathfinder and the Birth of the Discovery Program

    Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 75:35


    It's the 25th anniversary of the Pathfinder Mars mission and Sojourner, the first rover on the Red Planet. Historian Michael Neufeld joins the show to put this path blazing mission in context as the start of NASA's low-cost Discovery mission line. There have been 12 Discovery missions over the past 25 years, with two Venus missions now in development. Why did Discovery succeed when other attempts to reign in costs failed? What drove NASA's readiness to experiment with new ways of building spacecraft? And how did an embarrassing loss for JPL push the lab to change its approach to planetary exploration? We'll answer these and other questions as we explore the history of one of NASA's most successful programs. Discover more here: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/michael-neufeld-discovery-program See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Thecuriousmanspodcast
    Candice Millard Interview Episode 51

    Thecuriousmanspodcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 50:00


    Matt Crawford speaks with author Candice Millard about her book, River of the Gods. The headwaters of the Nile River have been shrouded in mystery for millennia and considered by some the Holy Grail of exploration, enter Richard Burton and John Hanning Speke. Sent by the Royal Geographical Society to claim the prize for England these men would endure hardship beyond belief for years at a time. Temporary blindness, paralysis, violence and finally betrayal were just some of what these men had to overcome through multiple joint and separate expeditions. One common thread through it all was "The Gem of the party," Sidi Mubarak Bombay, a former slave who was even more amazing than these two larger than life men. So, who did discover the source of the Nile? Read the book and find out!

    American Shoreline Podcast Network
    The Ocean Memory Project: An Exploration of the Intersection of Ocean and Memory | Ocean Decade Show!

    American Shoreline Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 67:15


    This month Taylor is joined by artist Daniel Kohn and marine scientist/musician Heather Spence, two of the co-leaders of The Ocean Memory Project, a collaborative network of researchers from across the Sciences, Arts and Humanities dedicated to exploring the intersection of Ocean and Memory. In addition to discussing the importance of incorporating the arts throughout the Ocean Decade, Taylor, Heather and Daniel dive deep into the Ocean Decade process and design in an effort to answer the question "how can the global ocean community make sure we're building an inclusive and transformative initiative?" To learn more about Heather and Daniel's work, and the work of the rest of The Ocean Memory Project, visit https://oceanmemoryproject.com/.

    OutCasting
    98 - Using religion to justify discrimination against LGBTQ people - part 23 of an in-depth exploration - July 2022

    OutCasting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


    Equality for everyone is a core American value, enshrined in the constitution. So is freedom of religion. What happens when they come into conflict with each other? This month, our guest, the eminent civil rights attorney Jennifer C. Pizer of Lambda Legal, continues her conversation with OutCaster Isha about religious liberty and how it can conflict with another constitutional guarantee, equality. In this episode: Is it "indoctrination" when schools teach kids about LGBTQ issues? How do we respond when parents and schools seek to censor what's discussed in schools in the name of "protecting" children? In this edition, we explore the myths pushed by right-wing politicians -- the people who are actually abusing children through their anti-LGBTQ policies. We also talk about what to do when the courts undermine equality and the separation of church and state.

    The Korelin Economics Report
    Erik Wetterling – A Focus On Post-Discovery Junior Exploration Growth Stocks

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    Erik Wetterling, The Hedgeless Horseman,  discusses his investing focus on post-discovery exploration growth stories.

    The Korelin Economics Report
    AbraSilver Resource – A New Copper Discovery On The First 2 Holes At La Coipita and An Exploration Update From Diablillos

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    John Miniotis, President and CEO of AbraSilver Resource (TSX.V:ABRA – OTC:ABBRF) and David O’Conner, Chief Geologist joins us for an exploration update from both the...

    The Korelin Economics Report
    Astra Exploration – A New Gold Zone and The Start Of Drilling At Pampa Panciencia Plus A Financing With Some Well Known Investors

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    Brian Miller, CEO of Astra Exploration (TSX.V:ASTR and now on the OTCQB:ATEPF) joins me to provide an update on the recent exploration activity at the...

    Mining Stock Daily
    Exploration Matters; Ep 2 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:37


    On this week's episode, we chat with Jamie Stauss, Founder, CEO and Chairman of Digbee, about ESG data and disclosure and connect with Rob McLeod, President and CEO, Blackwolf Copper and Gold, about ESG in action on his projects in northwest BC. Also, we wraps up some news form explorers around the province.

    Mining Stock Daily
    Doug Ramshaw on Exploration and Financing for Minera Alamos

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 16:43


    Doug Ramshaw of Minera Alamos joins Trevor for a discussion on the latest exploration work in Zacatecas in the Melchor Ocampo area. Doug also provides corporate commentary on the financing and why it was important for the company to get thing aligned with multiple projects now moving forward.

    The Korelin Economics Report
    Calibre Mining – Multi-Year Growth From Grade-driven Production Increases, Ongoing Exploration, And Resource Expansion

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    Ryan King & Tom Gallo at Calibre Mining (TSX: CXB – OTCQX: CXBMF), review the multi-year growth plan from grade-driven production increases, intense exploration, and resource expansion.

    Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

    We Earthlings are making progress toward defending our planet from near-Earth objects, which is reason enough for the annual Asteroid Day celebration. Co-founder Danica Remy tells us what to expect, while Detlef Koschny, acting head of the European Space Agency's Planetary Defence Office, reviews ESA's expanded efforts. Planetary Society chief scientist Bruce Betts oversees the Society's deep involvement before he shows us the current night sky. There's more to discover at https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2022-danica-remy-detlef-koschny-planetary-defense See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    World Ocean Radio
    Ocean Mapping

    World Ocean Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:08


    This summer we are revisiting some of our favorite World Ocean Radio episodes that highlight optimism in ocean news, science and advocacy. In this episode we discuss the need for more funding and energy directed toward the still largely unknown ocean, and the importance of scientific endeavor and observation, and we highlight the General Bathymetric Chart for the Oceans (GEBCO), a project dedicated to completing the full mapping of the world ocean by 2030. World Ocean Radio provides coverage of a broad spectrum of ocean issues from science and education to advocacy and exemplary projects; it is a weekly series of five-minute audio essays available for syndicated use at no cost by college and community radio stations worldwide.

    Mining Stock Daily
    Morning Briefing: Exploration Drill Results from Kodiak Copper, Calibre Mining, Goldshore and more

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:48


    We have new drill results to report from Kodiak Copper, Calibre Mining, Goldshore Resources and Azimut. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website,www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is a Copper Mining Company with a 100% ownership of The Cactus Mine, located on private land in the Arizona Copper Belt. The Company is committed to supplying LME Grade A Copper Cathodes usable in the Renewable Energy Future, mined in a responsible and sustainable manner. Our goal, beyond our ESG Strategy, is to ensure “Net Zero Carbon Emission” from future operations, minimizing the effect of climate change on the earth and preserving our planet for our children and future generations. https://arizonasonoran.com/

    Les Baladeurs
    #57 — 1978, cordée française à l'Everest, avec Pierre Mazeaud

    Les Baladeurs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 31:46


    En 1978, l'alpiniste Pierre Mazeaud se lance dans une expédition à Katmandou. Son rêve ? Emmener la première cordée française au sommet de l'Everest. À l'époque, le toit du monde est sauvage et risquée. Outre son objectif, le chef d'expédition n'aura qu'une seule promesse ramener son équipe saine et sauve. 

    The Korelin Economics Report
    Tier One Silver – After Raising Over $6mil Here Are The Exploration Plans For This Year At Curibaya and Hurricane

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    Peter Dembicki, President and CEO of Tier One Silver (TSX.V:TSLV – OTCQB:TSLVF) and Christian Rios, Senior VP of Exploration join us to provide an overview...

    Break Things On Purpose
    Exploration and Resiliency with Mauricio Galdieri

    Break Things On Purpose

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:42


    In this episode, we cover: Mauricio talks about his background and his role at Pismo (1:14) Jason and Mauricio discuss tech and reliability with regards to financial institutions (5:59) Mauricio talks about the work he has done in Chaos Engineering with reliability (10:36) Mauricio discusses things he and his team have done to maximize success (19:44) Mauricio talks about new technologies his team has been utilizing (22:59) Links Referenced: Pismo: https://pismo.io/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pismo/ TranscriptMauricio: That's why the name Cockroach, I guess, if there's a [laugh] a world nuclear war here, all that will survive would be cockroaches in our client's data. [laugh]. So, I guess that's the gist of it.Jason: Welcome to Break Things on Purpose, a podcast about Chaos Engineering and reliability. In this episode, we chat with Mauricio Galdieri, a staff engineer at Pismo about testing versus exploration, reliability and resiliency, and the challenges of bringing new technologies to the financial sector.Jason: Welcome to the show.Mauricio: Hey, thank you. Welcome. Thanks for having me here, Jason.Jason: Yeah. So, Mauricio, you and I have chatted before in the past. We were at Chaos Conf, and you are part of a panel. So, I'm curious, I guess to kick things off, can you tell folks a little bit more about yourself and what you do at Pismo? And then we can maybe pick up from our conversations previously?Mauricio: Okay, awesome. I work as a staff engineer here at Pismo. I work in a squad called staff engineering squad, so we're a bunch of—five squad engineers there. And we're mostly responsible for coming up with new ways of using the existing technology, new technologies for us to have, and also standardize things like how we use those technologies here? How does it fit the whole processes we have here? And how does it fit in the pipelines we have here, also?And so, we do lots of documentation, lots of POCs, and try different things, and we talk to different people from different companies and see how they're solving problems that we also have. So, this is basically our day-to-day activities here. Before that, well, I have a kind of a different story, I guess. Most people that work in this field, have a degree in something like a technical degree or something like that. But I actually graduated as an architect in urban planning, so I came from a completely different field.But I've always worked as a software developer since a long time ago, more than [laugh] willing to disclose. So, at that time when I started working with software development, I like to say that startups were called dotcoms that back then, so, [laugh] there was a lots of job opportunities back then, so I worked as a software developer at that time. And things evolved. I grew less and less as an architect and more as an engineer, so after I graduated, I started to look for a second degree, but on the more technical college, so I went to an engineering college and graduated as a system analyst.So, from then on, I've always worked as a software developer and never, never have done any house planning or house project or something like that. And I really doubt if I could do that right now [laugh] so I may be a lousy architect [in that sense 00:03:32]. But anyway, I've worked in different companies for both in private and public sectors. And I've worked with consultancy firms and so on. But just before I came to Pismo, I went working with a FinTech.So, this is where I was my first contact with the world of finance in a software context. Since then, I've digged deep into this industry, and here I am now working at Pismo, it's for almost five years now.Jason: Wow. That quite a journey. And although it's a unique journey, it's also one that I feel like a lot of folks in tech come from different backgrounds and maybe haven't gone down the traditional computer science route. With that said, you know, one of the things you mentioned FinTech. Can you give us a little bit of a description of Prismo, just so folks understand the company that you're working at now?Mauricio: Oh, yeah. Well, Pismo, it's a company that has about six years now. And we provide infrastructure for financial services. So, we're not banks ourselves, but we provide the infrastructure for banks to build their financial projects with this. So basically, what we do is we manage accounts, we manage those accounts' balances, we have connections with credit card networks, so we process—we're also a credit card processor.We issue cards, although we're not the issuer in this in the strict sense, but we issue cards here and manage all the lifecycle of those cards. And basically, that's it. But we have a very broad offering of products, from account management to accounting management, and transactions management, and spending control limits and stuff. So, we have a very broad product portfolio. But basically, what we do is provide infrastructure for financial services.Jason: That's fascinating to me. So, if I were to sum that up, would it be accurate to say that you're basically like Software as a Service for financial institutions? You do all the heavy lifting?Mauricio: Yeah, yeah. I could say that, yeah.Jason: It's interesting to me because, you know, traditionally, we always think of banks because they need to be regulated and there needs to be a whole lot more security and reliability around finances, we always think of banks as being very slow when it comes to technology. And so, I think it's interesting that, in essence, what you've said with trying the latest technology and getting to play around with new technology and how it applies, especially within your staff engineering group, it's almost the exact opposite. You're sort of this forefront, this leading edge within the world of finance and technology.Mauricio: Yeah. And that actually is, it's something that—it's the most difficult part to sell banks to sign up with us, you know? Because they have those ancient systems running on-premises and most likely running on top of COBOL programs and so on. But at the same time, it's highly, highly reliable. That they've been running those systems for, like, 40 years, even more than that, so it's a very highly reliable.And as you said, it's a very regulated industry, so it's very hard to sell them this kind of new approach to banking. And actually, we consider this as almost an innovation for them. And it's a little bit strange to talk about innovation in a sense that we're proposing other companies to run in the cloud. This doesn't sound innovating at all nowadays. So, every company runs their systems in the cloud nowadays, so it's difficult to [laugh] realize that this is actually innovation in the banking system because they're not used to running those things.And as you said, they're slow in adopting new technologies because of security concerns, and so on. So, we're trying to bring these new things to the table and prove them. And we had to prove banks and other financial institutions that it is possible to run a banking system a hundred percent in the cloud while maintaining security standards and security compliances and governance compliance and all that stuff. It's very hard to do so and we have a very stringent process to evaluate and assess new technologies because we have to make sure it complies with those standards and all those certifications that we need to have in order to operate in this industry. So, it's very hard, but it doesn't—at that same time, we have lots of new technologies and different ways we can provide the same services to those banks.And then I think the most difficult part in this is to map what traditional banks were doing into this new way of doing things in the cloud. So, this mapping, it's sometimes it gets a little confusing and we have to be very patient and very clear with our clients what they should expect from us and how we will provide the same services they already have now, but using different technologies and different ways. For instance, they are used to these communications with different services, they're used to things like webhooks. But webhooks are not reliable; they can fail and if they fail, you lose that connection, you lose connectivity, and you may lose data and you may have things out of sync using webhooks. So, now we have things like event streaming, or queues and other stuff that you can use to [replay 00:09:47] things and not lose any data.But at the same time, you have to process this, and then offline in an asynchronous manner. So, you have to map those synchronous things that they did before to this asynchronous world and this world where things are—we have an eventual consistency. But it's very difficult but it's also at the same time, it's a very fascinating industry.Jason: Yeah, that is fascinating. But I do love how you mentioned taking the idea of the new technology and what it does, and really trying to map that back to previously—you know, those previous practices that they had. And so, along with that, for folks who are listening again, Mauricio and I had a chat during Chaos Conf a while back, and he was sharing some of the practices that Pisma has done for Chaos Engineering. And I always liken that back to, you know, Chaos Engineering really is very similar to traditional disaster recovery testing, in many ways, other than oftentimes, your disaster recovery would never actually, you know, take things down. Mauricio, I'm curious, can you share a little bit more about what you've been doing with Chaos Engineering and in general, with reliability. Are there any new programs or processes that you've worked on within Prismo around Chaos Engineering and reliability?Mauricio: Well, I think that the first thing to realize, and I think this is the most important point that you need to have very clear in your mind when we're talking about Chaos Engineering is that we're not testing something when we're doing Chaos Engineering; we're experimenting with something. And there's a subtle but very important distinction between those two concepts. When you test for something, you're testing for something that you knew what will happen; you have an idea of how it should behave. You're asserting a certain behavior. You know how the system must behave and you assert that, and it makes sure the system doesn't deviate on that by having an automated test, for instance, a unit or integrated test, or even functional tests and such.But Chaos Engineering is more about experimenting. So, it's designed for the unknowns. You don't know what will happen. You're basically experimenting. It's like a lab, you're working in a laboratory, you're trying different stuff and see what happens, you have an idea of what should happen and we call this a hypothesis, but you're not sure if that is how we will behave.And actually, it doesn't matter if it complies with your expectations. Even if it doesn't behave the way you expect it to behave or the way you want it to behave, you're still gaining knowledge about your system. So, it's much more about experimenting new things instead of actually testing for some something that you know about. And our journey here into Chaos Engineering at Pismo, it all began about a year-and-a-half ago when we got a very huge outage on one of our major cloud providers here. And we went down with them; they were out for about almost an hour.But not only we were affected by it, but other digital banks here in Brazil, but also many other services like Slack, Datadog, other observability tools that were running at that time, using that cloud provider went down, together with them. So, it was a major, major outage here. And then we were actually caught off guard on this because we have lots of different ways to make sure the system doesn't go down if something bad happens. But that was so bad that we went down and we couldn't do anything. We were desperate because we couldn't do anything. And also we can even communicate properly because we use Slack as our communication hub, so Slack was down at that time, also, so we cannot communicate properly with our official channels.Also, Datadog that we were using at a time also went down and we couldn't even see what was happening in the system because we didn't have any observability running at the time. So, that was a major, major outage we had there. So, we started thinking about ways we could experiment with those major outages and see how we could find ways of still operating at least partially and not go down entirely or at least have ways to see what was happening even in the face of a major disaster. And those traditional disaster recovery measures that were valid at the time, even those couldn't cope with the kind of outages we were facing at that time. So, we were trying to look for different ways that we can improve the reliability of our services as a whole.So, I guess that's when we started looking into Chaos Engineering and started looking for different tools to make that work, and different partnerships we could find, and even different ways we could experiment this with our existing technology and platform.Jason: I really love how you characterized that difference between testing and Chaos Engineering. And I think the idea of being more experimental puts you into a mindset of having this concept of, you know, kind of blamelessness, right, around failure. The idea that, like, failure is going to happen and we want to be open to seeing that and to learning from it. More so than a test, right? When we test things, then there's the notion of a pass-fail and fails are bad, whereas with an experiment, that learning is, if it didn't happen the way you expect, there's learning around that and that's a good thing rather than a bad thing, such as failing a test.Mauricio: Yeah, and that works in a higher framework, I guess, which is resilience itself. So, I guess, chaos experiment, chaos engineering, and all that stuff, it's an important part of a bigger whole that we call resilience. And I guess a key to understand resilience is that this point exactly, the systems never work in unexpected ways. They always behave the way it is expected to behave. They're deterministic in nature. So, we're talking about machines here, computers. We told them what we want them to do.And even if we have complexity and randomness involved, say if a network connection goes down, it still will behave the way we programmed them to behave. So, every failure should be expected. What we have here is that sometimes they behave in ways we don't want them to behave. And sometimes they behave in ways we want them to behave. So, it's more of a matter of desire, you know? You want something, you want the system to behave a certain way.So, in that sense, success should be measured as a performance variability, you know? So, sometimes it will work the way you want and sometimes it will work your way in ways that you don't want it to behave. And I guess, realizing that, it's key also to understand another point that is, in that sense, success is the flip side of failure. So, either it works the way you want it or it works the way you don't want it. And what we can do to move the scale towards a more successful operation, the ways you can do this, you must first realize also that—let's go back a little bit then say, if you have a failure and you look at why it happened, almost never it is the result of one single thing.Sometimes it is, but this is very rare. Most of the failures and even mainly when we're talking about major failures, they're most likely the result of a context of things that happened that led to this failure. And you can see that the same thing, it's valid for successes. When you have a success at one point, it's almost never the result of one thing that you did that led to a successful scenario. Most of the time is a context of different things you did that maximizes your chances of success.So, to turn this scale towards success, you should create an environment of several things, of a context of things. And this could be tooling, this could be your organizational culture and stuff, all of those things that you do in your company to maximize their chances of success. It's not, you cannot plan for success in the sense because planning is one thing you can do, and planning doesn't involve strategy, for instance. Because planning should be done thinking about things you can do, tasks you can perform, while strategy, you should be turning tables to [laugh] think in terms of strategy. So, you have to put all of this in the same way in a table and try to organize your company and your culture, your tools and your technology in ways you maximize your chances of success and minimize your chances of failures.Jason: That's such an interesting insight. So, I'm curious, can you dive into some of the things that you and your team have done to maximize your chances of success?Mauricio: Okay. When we started working with Chaos Engineering, it was in this sense of trying to do one more thing to maximize our chances of success. And we partnered up with Gremlin and we saw that working with Chaos Engineering, using Gremlin mainly, it's so easy—that is, it's also easy to lose track of what you're doing. It's easy for you to go just for the fun of it and break things down and have fun with it and stuff. So, we had to come up with a way to bring structure to this process.And by doing so, we should also not be too bureaucratic in the sense of creating a set of steps you should take in order to run a chaos session. So, one way we thought about was to come up with a document. That is the bureaucratic part, so this was a step you should take in order to plan for your chaos session, but there is one part of it—and I think it's one of the most important parts of this chaos session planning—is that you should describe what you're going to test, but more importantly, why you're going to test this. And this is one of the most important questions because this is a fundamental question: why you're doing this kind of experiment. And to answer that, you have to think about all the things in context.What are the technologies you're using? Why it fails in the first place? Do the fails that I expect to see are actually fails or is it just different ways of behaving? And sometimes we consider failure in a business rule that was not complied, that was not met. So, this is an opportunity to think about, are those business rules correct? Should we make it more flexible? Should we change those business logic?So, when you start asking why you're doing something, you're asking fundamental questions, and I think that puts you in context. And this is one of the major starting points to maximize our chances of success because it makes every engineer involved in running a chaos session, think about their role in the whole process and the role of their services in the whole company. So, I think this is one powerful question to ask before starting any chaos session, and I think this contributes a lot to a successful outcome.Jason: Yeah, I think that's a really great perspective on how to approach Chaos Engineering. Beyond the Chaos Engineering, you mentioned that the staff engineering group that you're part of that Prismo is really responsible for seeing new technologies and new trends and really trying to bring those in and see how they can be used and applied within the financial services sector. Are there any new technologies that you've used recently or that you're looking at right now that has really been fruitful or really applied to finding more success as you've mentioned?Mauricio: Yeah, there are some things we're researching. One of those already went past research and we're already using it in production, which is data—cloud-based, multi-region databases and multi-cloud—also—databases. And we're working with CockroachDB as one of our new database technologies we use. And it's a database built from the ground up to be ultra resilient. And that's why the name Cockroach, I guess, if there's a [laugh] a world nuclear war here, all that will survive would be cockroaches in our client's data. [laugh]. So, I guess that's the gist of it.And we have to think about that in different ways of how we approach this because we're talking about multi-cloud data stores and multi-region and how we deal with data in different regions. And should we replicate all the data between regions and how we do partition data. So, we have to think in different ways, how we approach data modeling with those new cloud-based and multi-region and globally distributed databases. Another one that we're—this is more like of a research, is having a sharded processing. And that is, how we can deal with, how we group different parts of the data to be processed separately but using the same logic.And this is a way to scale processing in ways that horizontal scaling in a more traditional way doesn't solve in some instances. Like, when we have—for instance, let me describe one scenario that we have that we're exploring things along those lines. We have a system here called ‘The Ledger,' which keeps track of all of the accounts' balances. And for this system, if we have multiple requests or lots of requests for different accounts, there's no problem because we're updating balances for different accounts, and that works fine. And we can deal with lots and lots of requests. We have a very good performance on that.But when we have lots of requests coming in from one particular accounts, and they're all grouped for this particular account, then we cannot—there's no way around locking at some place. So, you have to lock it either at the database level, or at a distributed locking mechanism level, or at the business logic layer. At some point, you have to lock the access to this account balance. So, this degrades performance because you have to wait for this processing to finish and start another. And how can we deal with that without using locks?And this was the challenge we put that to ourselves. And we're exploring different ways, lots of different ways, and different approaches to that. And we have lots of restrictions on that because this system has to respond quickly, has to respond online, and cannot be in an asynchronous process; it has to be synchronous. So, we have very little space for double-checking it and stuff. So, we're exploring a sharded processing for this one in which we can have a small subset of accounts being routed to one specific consumer to process this transaction, and by doing so, we may have things like a queue of order transactions so we can give up locking at the database and maybe improve on performance. But we're still on the POC on that, so let's see what we come up with [laugh] in the next few months.Jason: I think that's really fascinating. Both from a, you know, having been there, having worked on systems where, you know, very transaction-driven, and having locks be an issue. And so, you know, back in my day of doing this, you know, was traditionally MySQL or Postgres, trying to figure out, like, how do you structure the database. So, I think it's interesting that you're sort of tackling this in two ways, right? You've got CockroachDB, which is more oriented towards reliability, but a lot of the things that you're doing there around, you know, sharding and multi-cloud also have effects for this new work that you're doing on how do you eliminate that locking and try to do sharded processes as well. So, that's all super fascinating to me.Mauricio: Exactly. Yeah, yeah. This is one of the things that makes you do better the end of the day, you know? [laugh].Jason: Yeah, definitely. As an engineer, you know, if anybody's listening and you're thinking of, “Wow, this all sounds fascinating and really cool stuff,” right, “Really cool technologies to be working with and really interesting challenges to solve,” I know, Mauricio, you said that Pismo is hiring. Do you want to share a little bit more about ways that folks can engage with you? Or maybe even join your team?Mauricio: Yeah, sure. We're hiring; we have lots of jobs open for application. You can go to pismo.io and we have a section for that. And also, you can find us on LinkedIn; just search for Pismo and then find us there.And I think if you're an engineer and looking for some cool challenges on that, be sure to check our open positions because we do have lots and lots of cool stuff going on here. And since we're growing global, you have a chance to work from wherever you are. And this also imposes some major challenges for [laugh] for new technologies and making our products, our existing products, work in a globally distributed banking system. So, be sure to check out our channels there.Jason: Fantastic. Before we wrap up, is there anything else that you'd like to promote or share?Mauricio: Oh no, I think those are the main channels. You can find us: LinkedIn and our own website, pismo.io. Also, you can find us in some GopherCon conferences, KubeCon, and other—Money20/20; we're attending all of those conferences, be it in the software industry or in the financial industry. You can find this there with a booth there or just visiting or participating in some conferences and so on. So, be sure to check that out there also. I guess that's it.Jason: Very cool well thanks, Mauricio for joining us. It's been a pleasure to chat with you again.Mauricio: Thank you, Jason. And thanks for having me here.Jason: For links to all the information mentioned, visit our website at gremlin.com/podcast. If you liked this episode, subscribe to the Break Things on Purpose podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast platform. Our theme song is called “Battle of Pogs” by Komiku, and it's available on loyaltyfreakmusic.com.

    The Korelin Economics Report
    Heliostar Metals – Exploration Plans For The Rest Of 2022 Include Drilling Unga And Building Instructor For Year Round Exploration

    The Korelin Economics Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Charles Funk, President and CEO of Heliostar Metals (TSX.V:HSTR – OTCQX:HSTXF) joins us to provide an overview on the exploration and work plans for this...

    Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
    Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast

    Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:16


    Join Archbishop George Lucas and Kris McGregor in this special episode as they discuss the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade on the Why it Matters Discerning Hearts Podcast. The post Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

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    Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast

    Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts » Archbishop George Lucas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:16


    Join Archbishop George Lucas and Kris McGregor in this special episode as they discuss the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade on the Why it Matters Discerning Hearts Podcast. The post Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

    FreshCap Radio
    The Fly Agaric

    FreshCap Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 74:02


    In this episode of the mushroom show, we talk to Kevin Feeney who is the author of Fly Agaric: A Compendium of History, Pharmacology, Mythology & Exploration. He is an expert on the iconic Amanita muscaria (the mushroom emoji, in case you don't know) and we delve into the fascinating facts and myths about this mushroom, including his personal experience with it's psychoactive effects. Kevin Feeney, PhD, JD, is a cultural anthropologist and lawyer currently working as a Program Director and Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Studies – Social Sciences at Central Washington University. His primary research interests include examining legal and regulatory issues surrounding the religious and cultural use of psychoactive substances, with an emphasis on peyote and ayahuasca, and exploring modern and traditional uses of Amanita muscaria, with a specific focus on medicinal use and preparation practices. His research has been published in the International Journal of Drug Policy, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Human Organization, and Curare, among other books and journals. He is a current member of Chacruna's Council for the Protection of Sacred Plants, and recently joined the Board of Advisors for Psyched Wellness, a Canadian health supplements company emphasizing medicinal mushrooms. Timestamps:0:00 Framing the Conversation1:23 Being Drawn to the Mushroom 4:40 Writing the Book on Amanita Muscaria8:37 Poisonous Non-Consumables for Sale (Why Amanitas Were Sold)14:23 What Compounds Live in Amanita, and Why Are They Useful?18:00 The Difference Between Muscimol & Ibotenic Acid25:50 Methods of Preparing Amanita Muscaria31:00 Differences Between Psychoactive Mushrooms (Psilocybe vs Amanita); Where they grow, what they grow on, what the effects are.36:30 Mycophilia vs Mycophobia - The Reputation of The Amanita Genus41:32 The Time-warping Experience of Taking Amanita50:47 Potential Therapeutic Effects of Amanita 57:05 YouTube Community Question 1: Did Vikings Use Amanita Muscaria For Supernatural Strength During Battle?1:02:00 YouTube Community Question 2: Can You Grow Amanita Muscaria?1:05:03 YouTube Community Question 3: Is Repetitive Motion Syndrome a Feature of the Amanita Experience?1:07:27 YouTube Community Question 4: Is the "Reindeer Thing" Legit?1:11:40 Keep an Open Mind Webpage: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kevin-FeeneyAmazon Page USA: https://www.amazon.com/Fly-Agaric-Compendium-Pharmacology-Exploration/dp/0578714426/Amazon Page Canada: https://www.amazon.ca/Fly-Agaric-Compendium-Pharmacology-Exploration/dp/0578714426/Thank you for listening! Tell us in the comments what you loved about this interview, and who you would like to see on the Mushroom Show in future episodes.

    CruxCasts
    Amex Exploration (AMX) - 200,000m Drill Programme Funded

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 12:38


    Amex Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: AMX, FRA: MX0, OTCQX: AMXEF), a junior gold mining company, has made a significant gold discovery in Quebec at its 100% owned high grade Perron Gold Project. Amex is led by an experienced management team of gold mine finders who have invested their own capital into the company in corporate financings and are focused on building shareholder value.The Project is well serviced by existing infrastructure, being located about an hour north of Rouyn-Noranda (~110 km), on a year-round road, 10 minutes from an airport and just outside the town of Normétal (~8 km), where a mine operated until 1975. During its operation, the Normétal mine produced 10 Mt at 2.25% copper, 5.4% zinc, 0.5 g/t Au and 44.5 g/t Ag. The Perron project is also in close proximity to a number of major operating gold mining companies and their milling operations.The company launched an extensive drill program consisting of multiple drills on site to complete a 300,000 m drill program by the end of 2021. Since January 2019, Amex has intersected significant gold mineralization in three different gold zones that stretch over 3.6 km of lateral strike along the Perron Fault Zone.

    ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
    What Are Exoplanets And Why Are They So Important For Our Exploration Of The Universe. This, Some More, And The Formal Introduction Of A New Podcast! | A Conversation With Matthew S Williams | Audio Signals Podcast With Marco Ciappelli

    ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 43:56


    In this Audio Signals episode, we again turn our attention to space. Just like our early ancestors and those who came after them, humanity has always been fascinated by the space above — well, all around — our Pale Blue Dot, which we call Earth.We made up most of the stories, some were fantastic, and some were almost true, but lately, technology has allowed us to listen and watch the stories it shares with us.We are joined for the 3rd time by our friends, space journalist Matthew Williams and we talk about exoplanets. What are they? Why are we talking so much about them, and what is their role in our search for alien life? Of this and so much more we talk about, we also made a big announcement: a new podcast show is joining the ITSPmagazine Podcast Network, and if you guessed that, Matt will be the host — well, you guessed right!We are very excited to welcome Matt to the family, and we cannot wait to hear all the stories he will tell us with his notable guests. So, where do his stories come from? Space, of course; these will be Stories From Space.Look up and listen! About MatthewMatt is a space journalist and science communicator whose publications include Universe Today and Interesting Engineering. In his spare time, he makes podcasts and writes hard science fiction stories, and have three published novels. His specialties include the history of spaceflight, SETI, terraforming, Earth science, and the future of humanity in space. His articles have been featured on Phys.org, Popular Mechanics, Business Insider, Universe Today, Interesting Engineering, HeroX, Science Alert, Real Clear Science, and Gizmodo. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife and family.About The Stories From Space PodcastStories from Space is an examination of the past, present, and future of human spaceflight. Throughout the series, we'll examine the breakthroughs that revolutionized our understanding of the Universe and our place in it.We'll take a look at the brave individuals who work tirelessly to advance the frontiers of our understanding. We'll analyze the time-honored concepts that are getting closer and closer to realization. And we will talk to the esteemed people who continue to push the boundaries of the unknown.There are some fascinating stories up there. Listen up!_____________________________GuestMatthew S WilliamsOn ITSPmagazine  

    TerraWatch Space
    #39: Demystifying Spacecraft Operations for Exploration and Earth Observation Missions - Thomas Ormston, ESA

    TerraWatch Space

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 55:39


    Today, I am speaking with Thomas Ormston, Deputy Spacecraft Operations Manager for the Sentinel-1 mission at the European Space Agency. Thomas has over 15 years of experience in spacecraft operations from being part of the operations team for the Mars Express mission to then becoming the spacecraft operations engineer for EarthCARE and Sentinel-1 missions. In this episode, we discuss the role of a spacecraft operations engineer, his experience flying a spacecraft in Mars orbit, the differences with operating Earth observation missions, the Sentinel-1B incident, the growth of the space sustainability market and more. - ESA Operations on Twitter - Thomas on Twitter ----- 01:06: Thomas's story and intro to ESA Operations 05:20: The role of a Spacecraft Operations Engineer 11:31: Operating a spacecraft in Mars orbit 17:29: Transitioning to operating an Earth observation satellite 19:12: Rosetta mission 21:14: Working on ESA's EarthCARE mission pre-launch 29:30: Operating the Sentinel-1 mission (Sentinel-1A and Sentinel-1B) 35:10: The Sentinel-1B incident 42:00: The growth of the space sustainability market 47:01: The impact of satellite megaconstellations 51:08: Wrap-up

    CruxCasts
    Labrador Uranium (LUR) - Unique Canadian Exploration Investment

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 28:48


    Labrador Uranium is engaged in the exploration and development of uranium projects in Labrador, Canada. LUR has acquired the Moran Lake, Mustang Lake Joint Venture, and CMB Projects covering over 139,000 ha in the prolific Central Mineral Belt (CMB) in central Labrador and the Notakwanon Project in northern Labrador. The Moran Lake Project, which hosts historical uranium mineral resources, and both Mustang Lake and the CMB Projects, located adjacent to Paladin Energy's Michelin uranium deposit, have had substantial past exploration work completed with numerous occurrences of uranium, copper and IOCG style mineralization. These three projects are expected to be the focus of a concentrated exploration program in 2022.

    OT: The Podcast
    David Concannon on exploration, the law and finding Apollo 11's engines

    OT: The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 66:56


    We joke about National Treasure a lot on OT: But this week, we get as close as we're ever likely to get to the real deal with explorer, lawyer and exploration consultant David Concannon. His CV covers off multiple dives to the Titanic, the discovery of the world's deepest wooden shipwreck and helping Jeff Bezos find Apollo 11's engines, and that's just the top line. Concannon also explains how exploration and the law are firmly entwined, and gives us a crash course on the economics of exploring. Of course, we also talk about watches, and his surprising friendship with one of Hollywood's greatest stuntmen. The episode is sponsored by NOMOS Glashütte, tune in to hear Andy waxing lyrical about the beauty of the Club Campus Deep Pink. Check it out for yourself here. Artem Straps has been busy dropping NATOs like they're going out of style — check them out here. Winter chill getting you down? Need some spice? Join our Discord! Show Notes: https://www.otpodcast.com.au/show-notes Bluey's back Micro Brands becoming Macro Business William Wood ‘FDNY The Bravest' Moser x Undefeated Streamliner Trunk Tailors Explorer Consulting The Explorers Club Discovering the Apollo X1 F1 engines Into the Deep trailer on Youtube The Curse of Von Dutch trailer on Youtube   How to follow us: Instagram: @ot.podcast Facebook: @OTPODCASTAU Follow hosts: @fkscholz + @andygreenlive on Instagram. Submit an application to our quasi-professional watch match making service, by email: otthepodcast@gmail.com If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe.

    Mining Stock Daily
    Zach Flood on New Drill Results and Managing Exploration in Volatile Markets

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 15:28


    Zach Flood of Kenorland Minerals joined us this afternoon for his general corporate updates on the latest round of drill results out of the Frotet project in Quebec. We also spend some time discussing how the company is continuing to manage these markets and what they may do to help protect their own finances.

    TED Talks Daily
    SpaceX's supersized Starship rocket -- and the future of galactic exploration | Jennifer Heldmann

    TED Talks Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:19


    SpaceX's Starship launch vehicle has the potential to explore the solar system in a bold, new -- and super-sized -- way. Planetary scientist Jennifer Heldmann talks about how reusable, large-scale spacecraft like Starship could help humanity achieve its next galactic leaps and usher in a new era of space exploration, from investigating the solar system's many ocean worlds to launching bigger telescopes that can see deeper into the universe.

    TED Talks Daily (SD video)
    SpaceX's supersized Starship rocket -- and the future of galactic exploration | Jennifer Heldmann

    TED Talks Daily (SD video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:19


    SpaceX's Starship launch vehicle has the potential to explore the solar system in a bold, new -- and super-sized -- way. Planetary scientist Jennifer Heldmann talks about how reusable, large-scale spacecraft like Starship could help humanity achieve its next galactic leaps and usher in a new era of space exploration, from investigating the solar system's many ocean worlds to launching bigger telescopes that can see deeper into the universe.

    TED Talks Daily (HD video)
    SpaceX's supersized Starship rocket -- and the future of galactic exploration | Jennifer Heldmann

    TED Talks Daily (HD video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:19


    SpaceX's Starship launch vehicle has the potential to explore the solar system in a bold, new -- and super-sized -- way. Planetary scientist Jennifer Heldmann talks about how reusable, large-scale spacecraft like Starship could help humanity achieve its next galactic leaps and usher in a new era of space exploration, from investigating the solar system's many ocean worlds to launching bigger telescopes that can see deeper into the universe.

    The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
    2022.06.22 Round Trip to Kazakhstan with Dunia Aljawad

    The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 126:12


    As broadcast June 22, 2022 with plenty of extra kuldak to sate your appetite.  Tonight we head to Kazakhstan with the fabulous Dunia Aljawad for our 77th Round Trip Wednesday.  The Crossroads of Asia, the middle of the famed Silk Road has seen it all over the millenia, and it's cultural diversity is certainly reflected in its fantastic music influenced by all the cultures surrounding it along with those further afield.  From old school greats like Shamshi Kaldayakov to newer budding artists like dudeontheguitar or Dana Tunes, there's more than a lot to like on this week's global jaunt.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Borat – Kazakhstan National AnthemSon Pascal – Altyn NightMarhaba Sabi – Qoi,kursinbeDARICORN – TemperaturaStephanskiy x Imanbek – Smoke It UpDarkhan Juzz – BylygypYenlik – BiplPart II (30:03)Moldanazar – AlystanaDos Mukasan feat Murat Kusainov – Sulu Kyizdudeontheguitar – baqplanettu – VdochJeltoksan feat dudeontheguitar & mountflower – Chill ChillQonyratbay Fam – BaribirTaspay – Orlana Qashqyn Part III (61:12)Dana Tunes – Mende Bar ArmanZhanar Dugalova - Izin korem (I see traces) Shamshi Kaldayakov - Дүнген қызы (The daughter of Dungan) dudeontheguitar – Boiy BolganImanbek x Rita Ora - Bang BangAsiya Ospanova – MSQ Part IV (93:37)Ulytau – AdaiQonyratbay Fam – Beker EmesZiruza - Айт ендi (Tell me now)Asiya - BezoruzhenLee Hyo Ri 이효리 – 미쳐 crazyBoA - Better 

    The Movie Review Crew
    'Calvary' (2014) Is A Thoughtful Exploration of Faith.

    The Movie Review Crew

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 73:40


    Our Score - 7.83/10 (B) Rotten Tomatoes - 89% IMDB - 7.4/10 Chosen By: Aaron Cronican Brendan Gleeson gives a masterful performance in this darkly humorous drama from John Michael McDonagh (War On Everyone). Beautiful scenery, brilliant writing, a stellar cast and thoughtful themes make this one a must-watch.

    Mining Stock Daily
    Exploration Matters; Ep 1 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 38:30


    Today we launch "Exploration Matters" with the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia. This is a new series of interviews in collaboration with AME and will provide a specific look at exploration within the province. Host Kylie Williams first connects with AME President & CEO Kendra Johnston, and then with Jennifer Poirier, Partner at Dentons Canada.

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    The Art of Mathematics
    Exploration in Reading Mathematics

    The Art of Mathematics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 16:31


    Lara Alcock of Loughborough University shares what she learned, by tracking eye movements, about how mathematicians and students differ in the ways they read mathematics. She developed a 10-15 minute exploration training, that increases students' comprehension through self-explanation. We also discuss the transition between procedural math and proofs that many students struggle with early in their college careers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-mathematics/message

    Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality
    #1099: “The Infinite” Location-Based Experience Expands Cinematic VR Footage of the ISS into an Interactive Exploration

    Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


    The Infinite is a location-based VR experience that allows you to freely roam around an architectural abstraction of the International Space Station with friends and

    Respect The Crit
    Empire's Edge - Ep. 46: What You Take With You Pt. 1

    Respect The Crit

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 71:58


    Exploration of the second Rakatan temple lead Elo and Beegax into a malevolent maze of their own making. Show social & schedule - @RespectTheCrit Elo - Jamie Lee-Bonés @jamiemfbones Beegax Botano - Alex Herrera @aeherrera Host & GM - Ian Duncan @iduncs   Whatever the system, whether it's a miss or a hit, you always gotta respect the crit!   Original music provided with license or permissions by: "Solo Fan Made" - Luis Humanoide "Star Wars Epic Cover I" - Parademics Imperial March (Anakin's Suffering) | EPIC EMOTIONAL VERSION -  Samuel Kim   Music used with permission by the Cyro Chamber label: "Babi Yar" by Flowers for Bodysnatchers Find more dark ambient at cryochamber.bandcamp.com or on YouTube    Additional sound from Freesound.org Additional music and sound by TableTop Audio Additional music and sound by Syrinscape Additional music and sound by Pro Scores from Video Copilot Additional music and sound by Monument Studios