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Extinction Event
The Beast of Champawat

Extinction Event

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:17


*Warning: graphic descriptions involving a man-eating tiger.* We're switching things up this week. For the first time ever Jack tells Melissa a story! In his debut man-eaters series, Jack surprises our regular host with a cunning tale about a Bengal tigress that killed over 400 people. Leave us a message at: speakpipe.com/extinctionevent

The Happiest Hour On Earth
Ep 64: EXTINCT Disneyland Attractions You Didn't Know About

The Happiest Hour On Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 57:12


Join us in this episode as we discuss extinct Disneyland attractions that you might not know about! We talk about which attractions we would have most liked to experience, discuss if the replacements were better, and a lot more!

City Life Org
Smithsonian Researchers Discover Extinct Prehistoric Reptile That Lived Among Dinosaurs

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 6:27


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/09/15/smithsonian-researchers-discover-extinct-prehistoric-reptile-that-lived-among-dinosaurs/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Yanks Lineup, Mike White Hype & How Did The Dinosaurs Go Extinct?

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 37:40


Hour 4: Craig and Evan go over the Yankee lineup. Is Mike White any good? Craig and Evan are in agreement over the answer. And how did the dinosaurs go extinct? Craig seems to not be on board with the universal consensus.

Life from the Patio
Rest in Peace Queen Elizabeth - Is the Nuclear Family Becoming Extinct - Quick Takes & LFTP Super Bowl Picks

Life from the Patio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 47:45


Join the guys on the Patio and listen in as they discuss the legacy of Queen Elizabeth and what's in store for King George III. Is the Nuclear family becoming extinct? Listen as the fellas discuss this topic and how it impacts the world today. Listen until the end to find out who the guys pick to win the 2023 Superbowl Champion. Needless to say, it is not a consensus! Lifefromthepatio.com

What's new today
Epi 62: Science - How an extinct Tasmanian tiger is being brought back to life

What's new today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 13:20


Jurassic Park is a movie (and book) filled with an equal measure of wonders and horrors. It's a story of a park filled with a group of extinct species - dinosaurs - brought to life. This episode contains a story quite similar - an extinct species of the Tasmanian tiger being brought back to life. The only difference is that this is real. It is not a piece of fiction - it is happening here and now. Ninth-grader Umang from DAV school, Durgapur speaks about the science behind this, and about how he feels about the very idea of an extinct species being brought back.Tasmania is an island state of Australia. It is 7 times the size of the Yellowstone National Park and has a rich and diverse ecosystem of animals, birds and marine creatures. Bringing back the tiger (after nearly 100 years of extinction) carries some risks. 'Do we know if the animal can live in the jungles of Tasmania, where the climate is different from what it used to be about in the 1920s ?'You can find answers to this question and more in this episode. We post updates, excerpts and trivia related to the stories in our episodes. Follow us on Twitter here and Instagram here to get updates on this show.  Drop us an email at hello@wsnt.in if you have any thoughts or comments.

The Double Cleanse
Extinct Beauty Brands

The Double Cleanse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 25:03 Very Popular


This week we are talking about brands and products that have been discontinued!What products do you want to see making a return? @thedoubleleansepodcast Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

IFLScience - The Big Questions
How Do We Know When A Species Is Extinct?

IFLScience - The Big Questions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 17:48 Very Popular


It's no secret that species extinction and biodiversity loss are making our environment increasingly less stable. As it feels like we inch closer to waving goodbye to threatened animals like the Javan rhino, a question springs to mind: How do we know when a species is extinct? How, for instance, do we know there aren't some animals left just hiding in a bush somewhere? In this episode, host Rachael Funnell puts the question to Dr Barney Long of Re:wild, whose mission is the conservation of endangered mammal species and ways of recovering their populations.

News For Kids
Bringing Back the Tasmanian Tiger

News For Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:35


Hi students, have you ever seen a dinosaur? Probably not. Because dinosaurs are extinct. "Extinct" means they are all gone or all dead. Lots of animals are extinct. 恐龍跟很多動物都已經絕種了。 Have you ever seen a Tasmanian tiger? 你有聽過塔斯馬尼亞虎嗎? No, right? That's because they are all extinct. Tasmanian tigers used to live in Australia. They are not really tigers; people called them "tigers" because they had stripes on their backs. 他們其實不是老虎,牠們被叫做老虎,是因為背上有條紋。 They kind of looked like wild dogs, but they carried their babies in a pouch, like a kangaroo! 他們看起來像野狗,但他們把寶寶裝在袋子裡,跟袋鼠一樣! The last Tasmanian tiger died in a zoo about 100 years ago. But now, scientists say they might be able to bring the Tasmanian tiger back! 牠們100年前就絕種了,不過現在科學家說有可能可以讓牠們復活! It's not going to be easy, but scientists think they might have found a way! If it works, maybe the scientists can make a baby Tasmanian tiger! Scientists say that after 10 years, there may be lots of these new animals and they could put them back into the wild in Australia! 科學家說,10年後有可能可以讓更多動物復活! Hmmm… maybe we should try to bring dinosaurs back to life, too? Yeah… that might not be such a good idea… ________________________________ Vocabulary 讓已經絕種的動物重新出現,是很多科學家的夢想。 1. extinct 絕種的 Think about it! 想想看! Bringing back an extinct animal! 把絕種的動物弄回來! Yeah? Which animal do you like to see? 是嗎?你想看哪一種動物? Those big elephants, for sure. 當然是那些好大的大象。 2. die 死亡 They died 4,000 years ago. 牠們死了四千多年了。 I know. That's why I'd like to see them. 我知道,這是為什麼我想看。 3. bring back 帶回來 You can see them in movies. 你可以在電影裡看到。 Movies can bring back many things. 電影可以找回來很多東西。 You're right. 你說對了。 4. maybe 也許 But maybe scientists should try other animals. 但是科學家也許應該試試別的動物。 Maybe they should try smaller ones. 也許他們應該試試比較小的動物。 今天學到哪些單字? extinct 絕種的 die 死亡 bring back 帶回來 maybe 也許 ________________________________ Quiz 1. What was different about the Tasmanian tiger? A: It carried babies in a pouch, like a kangaroo B: It only ate vegetables C: It looked like a giraffe 2. What does "extinct" mean? A: All gone or dead B: We have too many of them C: hungry and tired 3. When did the Tasmanian tiger become extinct? A: About 100 years ago B: Yesterday C: 40,000 years ago Answers 1. A 2. A 3. A

The Hyperfixation
S1E14 - Ep. 13 - Extinct Religion: Sethian Gnosticism w/ Wheels!

The Hyperfixation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 50:59


Episode Notes Hyperfixate with us here on discord: https://discord.gg/hybYc64UX4 or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/thehyperfixpod https://twitter.com/SingularWheels Discover more podcasts to hyperfixate on at https://twitter.com/moonshotpods Streaming the stuff we are excited about at: https:/twitch.tv/iappreci8urbutt Find out more at https://the-hyperfixation.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/the-hyperfixation/2cd9a80a-91b9-461b-b024-c2ba1dc497b9

Cheating: When Love Lies
When Relationships Are Fluid + Open, Does Cheating Become Extinct?

Cheating: When Love Lies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 32:05


You're a young, straight man in your 20s. Like many guys your age you've been consuming Internet porn for years, and now you're at a stage in life where you've got yourself a girlfriend. She's bisexual. The two of you discover a world outside of the typical boyfriend/girlfriend relationship. Sex parties, kinks, voyeurism and permissive relationship boundaries (like letting your girlfriend have sex with other people in front of you) are all part of your relationship dynamic. On this episode we explore the world of consensual non-monogamy, and question if in a world of open and fluid relationships, cheating will become extinct. My guest's voice has been pitched and his name has been changed.

The Mouse Knows Best Podcast
TMKB 325 - Extinct Attraction Break down

The Mouse Knows Best Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 72:46


Episode 325: Extinct Attraction Breakdown.  Join host Cody with Jenn, Justin, and Joe as we break down extinct attractions.     Twitter Info: @JennLovesDisney (Jenn), @InsideDisney407 (Cody), @HatboxMouse (Jared), @justinkoehn (Justin), @tmkbradio (Joe), @doubleoh_kevin (Kevin) Instagram info: @lilo_thelostprincess (Jamie) Contact us via email at cast@tmkbpodcast.com  

Extinction Event
Western Black Rhino & Man of the Hole

Extinction Event

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 45:16


**Stay tuned after the rhino story for a special Man of the Hole update!** Plus rhinos and their flashy horns! Do they hold magical powers? Will they cure a hangover? The answer is no and no, but that won't stop humans from hunting down every last one of them until we know for sure. Leave us a message at: speakpipe.com/extinctioneventMore extinct stuff on TikTok @extinctioneventpod©2022 Peglegdeer©2022 Extinction Event

Grand Circle Tour Podcast
Adventure 226. Extinct Attraction Music

Grand Circle Tour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 70:42


Join your tour guides Jason Thomason, Kris Banas and Justin Clark as they dust off some old records and talk about their favorite missing music from extinct attractions.  Plus a stumped skipper, what song the 1964 World's Fair and the Jungle Book have in common, how the Adventures Club was the proto S.E.A., HORIZONS, Justin sings and more! The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way part of, endorsed or authorized by, or affiliated with the Walt Disney Company or its affiliates. As to Disney artwork/properties: © Disney. Disclosure | Privacy Policy

Bang Bang Pineapple Gang
Episode 034: Unicorns Are Extinct

Bang Bang Pineapple Gang

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022


This week we dive into a review of a new swinger app made for unicorns, DM slides are back, we talk swinger party Halloween costume ideas, Jay was a wingman for our bull, and a sexy experience from a listener.

Nigeria Daily
Why The Hausa Language May Never Go Extinct

Nigeria Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 14:29


Hausa is one of the three major languages of Nigeria along with Igbo and Yoruba. It is mostly spoken in the North of the country, and has a large population in Niger and Chad. Alot of people have dreaded its extinction along with other Nigerian Languages.In this episode of Nigeria Daily, we take a look at what the Hausa community is doing to make sure the language never goes into extinction.

The Wild Life
NEWS: New Study Suggests the Dugong is 'Functionally Extinct' in China

The Wild Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 5:15


According to a paper published on August 24th, 2022 in the journal https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.211994 (Royal Society Open Science), the Dugong is now “functionally extinct” in China. These gentle marine mammals, sometimes referred to as sea cows, are one of four species of the order Sirenia. They are the cousins of the Amazonian manatee, West Indian manatee, West African manatee, and the now extinct Steller's sea cow. These peaceful creatures invoked myths of mermaids and fantasy, existing in Chinese waters for thousands of years. Now, because of habitat loss, food loss, hunting, and collisions with watercraft, the Dugong is now one step closer to meeting the fate of their Steller cousin, and only other member of the Dugongidae family. https://thewildlife.blog/2022/08/26/new-study-suggests-the-dugong-is-functionally-extinct-in-china/ (Transcript) Support

Smart Talk
Why and how are scientists trying to de-extinct the Tasmanian Tiger?

Smart Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 13:00


The tiger, has always been a well known beast of the jungle. It's the largest living cat species and is ranked as one of the top five deadliest mammals because of their immense physical strength. Until recently, when talk of a new scientific experiment began to trend, most didn't know that there was once another tiger breed that walked the face of the earth, the Thylacine, which is commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger. This animal is known for having dark stripes across its back, like the tiger we all know, but is quite different as it is described by National Geographic, to look like a slim dog with a stiff, thin tail and was a marsupial, the type of Australian mammal that raises its young in a pouch. According to Australian Geographic, the last known Tasmanian Tiger died on September 7th 1936 in a Hobart Zoo in Tasmania. According to a National Geographic Editor, the Tasmanian Tiger was most likely nocturnal and hunted at night; they would ambush smaller marsupials, as their prey, and had a jump in a way that was similar to a kangaroo when launching onto their prey. Researchers in Australia and the United States are embarking on a multi-million dollar project to bring the Tasmanian tiger back from extinction. Jay Bennett, National Geographic Senior Science Editor, said the Tasmanian Tiger existed in Australia and Niugini for millions of years and then thousands of years ago likely a combination of changing climates and human hunting. Bennet also said, scientists' plan to de-extinct the Tasmanian Tiger is similar to the movie Jurassic Park; they are going to take the closest living relative to the animal, the numbat, and try to sequence the tiger's genome using preserved biological material. "So they have sequenced the genome but it has gaps in it and they can fill those gaps using the genome of the nombat." He said it could take five to ten years at the earliest and scientists may run into complications that make it much longer than that and the species that they would bring into existence wouldn't be a hybrid of the Tasmanian Tiger. Scientists are unclear on how they will prevent the animal from going extinct again and how they will adapt to the environment successfully.Support WITF: https://www.witf.org/support/give-now/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Extinction Event

One super smart wolf in New Mexico protects his pack from hunters and evades the pesky Ernest Thompson Seton.Leave us a message at: speakpipe.com/extinctionevent More extinct stuff on TikTok @extinctioneventpod©2022 Extinction Event ©2022 PegLegDeer

Wild For Life
Preventing the Vancouver Island Marmot form going extinct

Wild For Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 40:00


The Vancouver Island Marmot is designated Critically Endangered under the Canadian Species At Risk Act and the Toronto Zoo (and their partners) are making sure that the cute marmots increase in a population where they would be no longer considered endangered. Stacy Soh, zookeeper at the Toronto Zoo, joins me on the podcast to tell you why she loves the Vancouver Island Marmot so much and how the Zoo is trying to help increase its population.    Stacey also talks about how she ended up working at the Toronto Zoo after leaving her home country of New Zealand and how she has an interesting connection to Yeshy (our guests on the last podcast.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
08-23-22 - Move To Revive The Woolly Mammoth And Australia Bringing Back 100yr Extinct Tasmanian Tiger - What Other Things Would We Bring Back - Magic Johnson Giving Blood Must Mean It's Ok For Gay Men To Donate Blood Now Too

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 40:11


Jess Get Hired
Episode 31: Are Career Fairs Extinct? with Steven Rothberg, Founder - CollegeRecruiter.com

Jess Get Hired

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:52


Are Career Fairs a thing of the past?  What is the most effective way for employers to connect with candidates and for candidates to connect with employers? Join Steven Rothberg, Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of CollegeRecruiter.com, as we discuss jobs for recent graduates or those in the "early career" phase, as well as tips for jobseekers at all stages on how to find jobs outside of traditional online job boards. We will discuss how hiring events have evolved over time and provide advice to employers and candidates considering in-person and virtual hiring events. ---- Steven not only leads CollegeRecruiter.com but hosts several podcasts.  Steven believes that every student and recent graduate deserves a great career. College Recruiter's customers are primarily Fortune 1,000 companies, government agencies, and other employers who hire students and recent graduates for part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs. At any given time, there are about two million of these entry-level jobs advertised on College Recruiter. Learn more at www.collegerecruiter.com Jess Get Hired podcast is for jobseekers, business professionals, the underemployed, and the unappreciated employee looking to level up their opportunities.  Host Jessica Fiesta George is a Talent Acquisition Executive that has been helping candidates and companies for over 15 years.   Learn more: www.jessgethired.com This episode is sponsored by Newsly.me:  Promo Code:  JESS Like the advice you get from this podcast?  Throw a 5 star review and comment on your favorite platform. Tips appreciated and connection requests accepted:  https://linktr.ee/jessgethired --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/support

Y94 Morning Playhouse
Red Heads Are Going Extinct?

Y94 Morning Playhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 6:42


Could Amy be an endangered species? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Damascus Road Community Church

A 18 year old girl named Valery from Tegucigalpa Honduras joined our mission Honduras team this summer. After 4 days with our team she said to me “A few years ago I read a book that talked about a time when some teenagers were Christians. But I thought they were extinct! The love and grace I have experienced has shown me that teenage Christians still exist! And that Jesus is not extinct!” This is just one of the many God stories that will be shared this Sunday as we celebrate a Jesus who is not extinct but alive and well! A Jesus who is still changing lives all over the world and in our backyard! A Jesus who came to serve and not to be served (Matthew 20:28).

Bright Side
That's Why Dinosaurs Went Extinct and Birds Didn't

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 63:51


The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs hit Earth millions of years ago. But we're still investigating all of the details of that event. Why did the dinosaurs go extinct and the birds didn't? Which of the creatures did they evolve into? Was it possible to save any of the Dinos? Let's answer some of the most exciting questions about dinosaurs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Speak English with Tiffani Podcast
424 : Daily English Vocabulary - Book 9 | Word #18 - Extinct

Speak English with Tiffani Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 5:06


In today's episode, you will learn a new English vocabulary word. You will also hear a story related to today's vocabulary word. This episode will give you the vocabulary you need to sound more like a native English speaker.GET YOUR Ebook | Daily English Vocabulary Book 9

The Prodigy Maker Tennis Show
Dinosaur (Outdated) Technique and Tactics That Should Go Extinct - Prodigy Maker Show Episode 63

The Prodigy Maker Tennis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 78:15


Chris discusses antiquated techniques and tactics that are sadly--frequently--being taught around the US and the world. On the show, Chris shares his insight and experience on the following topics: --Chris discusses how he builds the modern elastic forehand and how most coaches and clubs are forcing kids to be too stiff and linear --Why the forehand is the most important shot to develop in the game --Why finishing lower is better than finishing higher --How Red Orange Green (ROG) programs create stiff forehands and backhands --Why the game has become more airborne and should be taught as such --Mistakes in the two handed backhand technical development process --Open stance versus closed stance development --Major serve flaws in teaching around the US --Outdated tactical patterns and strategy --Why teaching all players to go to the net and attack forwards is wrong --Why and how Spain and France excel at junior development at the grassroots broad-base level --Why most high school JV and Varsity players across the US have terrible footwork and technique --The main reasons our lower level American players have poor technique and footwork And more! Also, send any development or tennis questions directly to Chris at Chris@ChrisLewit.com to be answered on the upcoming show! Vamos! Thanks to the loyal audience for all your support and for your shares! Thanks for your thumbs up and likes. Thanks for your 5 star reviews on Apple Podcasts! —Follow Chris at these websites and social media links Website: www.chrislewit.com Blog: www.ProdigyMaker.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ChrisLewitTennisAcademy Twitter: www.twitter.com/chrislewit LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/chris-lewit-tennis-academy Instagram: www.instagram.com/chrislewittennis/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/ChrisLewit iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-prodigy-maker-tennis-show/

SBS World News Radio
Extinct no more - scientists try to bring the Tasmanian Tiger back to life

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 2:50


Australian researchers believe the Tasmanian Tiger or thylacine could be brought back from extinction within a decade. They say a new partnership with a genetic engineering company will accelerate de-extinction efforts.]]

The CEO Mastery Show
E48. Are Salespeople Going Extinct?

The CEO Mastery Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 5:59


Today's daily dose of the new edition of Ultimate Sales Machine talks about the extinction of sales reps. You heard me. The quote from the new edition is, “Amazon killed the traditional commission-breath salesperson.” Tune in to this micro-episode to better understand how buyer's buying behavior has adapted due to the trillions of dollars made in online commerce. You'll also pick up extra tips on how you can use this adaptation to your advantage and redefine the role of what a salesperson needs to be to survive today. Enjoy! P.S. If you haven't picked up your cop(ies) of the new edition of The Ultimate Sales Machine with limited time bonuses, visit www.ultimatesalesmachine.com Connect with us: https://www.Instagram.com/UltimateSalesMachine https://www.Facebook.com/UltimateSalesMachine https://www.Twitter.com/ChetHolmes https://www.Linkedin.com/company/chetholmesinternational/ Website: https://chetholmes.com/

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 382 - The Rediscovery of an Extinct Oak

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 51:23 Very Popular


Extinction due to human activity is a terrible thing, but every once in a while, a species thought to be extinct is rediscovered. If we are extremely lucky, small populations still exist in the wild. If we are less lucky, only a single individual remains. Join me and NatureServe botanist Wes Knapp as we discuss the rediscovery of Quercus tardifolia and the idea of extinction gardens. This episode was produced in part by Keena, Robin, Peter, Whitney, Kenned, Margaret, Daniel, Karen, David, Earl, Jocelyn, Gary, Krysta, Elizabeth, Southern California Carnivorous Plant Enthusiasts, Pattypollinators, Peter, Judson, Ella, Alex, Dan, Pamela, Peter, Andrea, Nathan, Karyn, Michelle, Jillian, Chellie, Linda, Laura, Miz Holly, Christie, Carlos, Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.

The John Batchelor Show
4/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 4/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 6:56


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 4/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 4/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
8/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 8/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 9:01


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 8/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning:  8/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
7/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 7/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 11:34


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 7/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 7/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
6/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 6/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 8:33


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 6/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 6/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
5/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 5/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 10:11


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 5/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 5/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
2/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 1/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 9:41


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 1/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
3/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 3/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 13:24


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 3/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 3/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

The John Batchelor Show
1/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 1/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 8:51


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/8: Time travel back to the fossil rich beginning: 1/8: Otherlands: A Journey Through Earth's Extinct Worlds, by Thomas Halliday  Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/Otherlands-Journeys-Earths-Extinct-Ecosystems/dp/0593132882/ref=pd_bxgy_img_sccl_1/139-3114007-6820565?pd_rd_w=q9bMH&content-id=amzn1.sym.6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=861DVHNT17NQGPGYMX3W&pd_rd_wg=cvdIf&pd_rd_r=8d2d61ff-df22-48a6-bc73-b851700178a1&pd_rd_i=0593132882&psc=1 The past is past, but it does leave clues, and Thomas Halliday has used cutting-edge science to decipher them more completely than ever before. In Otherlands, Halliday makes sixteen fossil sites burst to life on the page. This book is an exploration of the Earth as it used to exist, the changes that have occurred during its history, and the ways that life has found to adapt―or not. It takes us from the savannahs of Pliocene Kenya to watch a python chase a group of australopithecines into an acacia tree; to a cliff overlooking the salt pans of the empty basin of what will be the Mediterranean Sea just as water from the Miocene Atlantic Ocean spills in; into the tropical forests of Eocene Antarctica; and under the shallow pools of Ediacaran Australia, where we glimpse the first microbial life. 

Science (Video)
Triton Talks: How Extinct Cats Help Explain the World

Science (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:06


Why does history keep repeating itself? And what can cats tell us about this? Ashley Poust, Ph.D., is a paleontology researcher at the San Diego Natural History Museum. He focuses on vertebrates and evolutionary biology and explains how the study of extinct cats, like the sabertooth, can help us reconstruct ancient environments, gain a better understanding of our origins, see deeper into life's processes, and at the highest level, have a new view of the world. Series: "Triton Talks" [Science] [Show ID: 38073]

Prophecy Watchers
Olivier Melnick: Is Antisemitism Extinct?

Prophecy Watchers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:31


Most people believe that antisemitism disappeared when World War II ended…but did that really happen? Join Gary and Olivier Melnick as they discuss how the opposite might actually be the case.

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Triton Talks: How Extinct Cats Help Explain the World

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:06


Why does history keep repeating itself? And what can cats tell us about this? Ashley Poust, Ph.D., is a paleontology researcher at the San Diego Natural History Museum. He focuses on vertebrates and evolutionary biology and explains how the study of extinct cats, like the sabertooth, can help us reconstruct ancient environments, gain a better understanding of our origins, see deeper into life's processes, and at the highest level, have a new view of the world. Series: "Triton Talks" [Science] [Show ID: 38073]

Bright Side
That's Why Dinosaurs Went Extinct and Birds Didn't

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:45


The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs hit Earth millions of years ago. But we're still investigating all of the details of that event. Why did the dinosaurs go extinct and the birds didn't? Which of the creatures did they evolve into? Was it possible to save any of the Dinos? Let's answer some of the most exciting questions about dinosaurs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rise Guys
WHAT WILL BE EXTINCT IN TEN YEARS?: HOUR FOUR: 08/11/22

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:37


TBT on TRG asks the question, "What will be extinct in ten years?" Headlines

Jim and Them
Weird Voice Bad Sketch Show - #738 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 95:10


New Mixer: New mixer means new EFFECTS for your boys to play around with and bring out some brand new CLASSIC characters!Racist Theme Parks: The fallout of the Sesame Place Rosarita incident continues! First we have a Woody going above and beyond and then we have some potential problematic behavior from Rapunzel.Corey Feldman: Corey is out celebrating the 35th Anniversary of The Lost Boys by trampling over any legacy the movie has by plugging his terrible music.DADDY!, DATING!, DANGER!, NATHAN FOR YOU!, TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES!, WHY WOULD IT WORK!?, RODE PROCASTER PRO 2!, PATREON!, BOSS NASS!, TRANS!, GAY FROG!, YOUTUBE!, WAYOOO!, COMMENTS!, CENSOR!, BEEP!, SELF CENSOR!, NEW FEATURES!, VOICE EFFECTS!, DEEP VOICE!, GAY ROBOT!, CUM!, HELIUM!, DIFFERENT ROBOT!, MR ROBOTO!, WELL!, MEGAPHONE!, HOSTAGE!, BUY A NEW DICK!, GAY DEVIL!, BLINK 182!, MARK TOM AND TRAVIS SHOW!, HIGH PITCHED DEVIL!, REGULAR DEMON!, LISTENER!, HEADPHONES!, TRASH!, JARED LETO!, DC!, WARNER BROS!, TIME TRAVELLER'S WIFE!, BATGIRL!, FUNKO POPS!, REUNION!, GUESS WHICH ONE!, CHIPMUNK VOICES!, TEARS!, BABY MCMAHON!, ICARUS!, WEIRD VOICES!, BAD SKETCHES!, ECHOES!, IN YOUR ASS!, I'M ON THE RADIO!, INTERNS!, BUTTON!, EXTINCT!, STRAIGHT SEX!, SPUNK!, NEIL YOUNG!, PONO DIGITAL SERVICE!, TIDAL!, APPLE MUSIC!, SPOTIFY!, WOODY!, JESSIE!, PARADE!, BLACK FAMILY!, TOY STORY!, HUG!, RAPUNZEL!, GALAXY'S EDGE!, JUST LIKE THE ELMO!, ROSARITA!, LEGOLAND!, DANCING!, RACISM ROBOT!, MEET AND GREETS!, MOMMA CAN YOU SQUIRT!?, HIP HOP!, DABABY!, HUSTLING!, RAPPING FOR MONEY!, 10!, TALMBOUT!, CONSEQUENCE!, LOST BOYS!, ANNIVERSARY!, PIER!, CONVENTION!, JASON PATRIC!, EDWARD HERMANN!, LOVE BELOW 2.1!, HOSPICE!, GHOST RIDER!, GET SMOKED LIKE THAT BLUNT!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Extinction Event
Javan Tiger

Extinction Event

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 48:52


Strong and extra stripey, these island dwelling tigers were surprisingly resilient in the face of rapid human expansion. Leave us a message at: speakpipe.com/extinctioneventMore extinct stuff on TikTok @extinctioneventpod

Random Theory
Why Bananas May Go Extinct Soon

Random Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 40:39


In this episode Grace and Josh are dropping WILD facts about bananas, and is the banana we all know and love going extinct? Let's just say this episode is making us bananas... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Curiosity Daily
Extinct Super Sharks, Mysterious Die Offs, Stopping Attacks

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:38 Very Popular


Today, you'll learn about a new project trying to keep humans and sharks separate and safe, how all sharks almost mysteriously went extinct 19 million years ago, and how great white sharks may have contributed to the extinction of a shark twice its size!Boundaries between sharks and humans."DR. CRAIG O'CONNELL INTERVIEW" by James Lynchhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/11cCRcmKohhTGOf67QtF_tQ59cMr2w6pq0DaA5pLrOcI/edit?usp=sharingAbout O'Seas Foundation by O'Seas Foundationhttps://www.oseasfdn.org/aboutNear extinction.“Something mysteriously wiped out about 90 percent of sharks 19 million years ago” by Carolyn Gramlinghttps://www.sciencenews.org/article/shark-die-off-mystery-fossils-pacific-ocean-paleontology“Rate of atmospheric carbon dioxide rise unprecedented” by Thomas Sumnerhttps://www.sciencenews.org/article/rate-atmospheric-carbon-dioxide-rise-unprecedented“An early Miocene extinction in pelagic sharks” by ELIZABETH C. SIBERT AND LEAH D. RUBINhttps://www.science.org/doi/full/10.1126/science.aaz3Great white > megalodon“Great White Sharks May Have Driven Megalodons into Extinction” by Elizabeth Gamillohttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/great-white-sharks-may-have-driven-megalodons-into-extinction-180980179/“Trophic position of Otodus megalodon and great white sharks through time revealed by zinc isotopes” by Jeremy McCormack, Michael L. Griffiths, Sora L. Kim, Kenshu Shimada, Molly Karnes, Harry Maisch, Sarah Pederzani, Nicolas Bourgon, Klervia Jaouen, Martin A. Becker, Niels Jöns, Guy Sisma-Ventura, Nicolas Straube, Jürgen Pollerspöck, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Robert A. Eagle & Thomas Tütkenhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-30528-9“Great White Sharks May Have Pushed Megalodons to Extinction” by Isaac Schultzhttps://gizmodo.com/great-white-sharks-megalodon-extinction-1848995245For more about sharks, head to SharkWeek.com and don't miss #SharkWeek starting 7/24 on Discovery and streaming on discovery+.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/extinct-super-sharks-mysterious-die-offs-stopping-attacksFollow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.

Relax With Animal Facts
Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct Animal Miniseries (Patreon Teaser)

Relax With Animal Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 4:12


On this episode of the extinct animal miniseries available only on Patreon, we learn about the Tasmanian Tiger. Relax, unwind, and join me in the Australian bush, where we will learn all about this carnivorous marsupial.For the full episode, audio blogs, and other exclusive episode continuations, you can go to https://www.patreon.com/relaxwithanimalfacts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Who Smarted?
Is the banana going... extinct?

Who Smarted?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 14:04 Very Popular


Why are all bananas exactly alike? Who created the banana? Are Bananas actually berries?For free home activities sign-up at www.WhoSmarted.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

ESPN Daily
Is the Starting Pitcher Going Extinct?

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 37:51 Very Popular


The starting pitcher has long been baseball's marquee attraction, the guy who fans come out to see…but the job description has begun to change in recent years. Complete games are almost nonexistent, and the average outing for a starter has shrunk to barely scratching five innings. The numbers say pitching fewer innings is smart strategically…but is it good for the game and for fans? Jeff Passan explains to us how the position that was once the workhorse, has been reduced to a show pony…and what, if anything, can be done to fix it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices