La semaine dernière, un territoire de 160 000 ha, incluant le parc national de Daintree, classé au Patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO, a été restitué à ses propriétaires traditionnels. De quand date de processus et comment fonctionne-t-il ? On en discute avec l'historien Romain Fathi, il enseigne à l'université Flinders d'Adelaide.
Australia's major political parties are gearing up for the next federal election. And it's not just political parties in preparation mode: there's also a growing clutch of climate-conscious independents planning on campaigning too. Their platforms are heavily focussed on more ambitious targets for climate policy, and the battlegrounds they're preparing for are a string of wealthy, Liberal-held seats in Sydney and Melbourne. So can these aspirational independents really flip some of the Government's most-prized electorates, from Wentworth and Mackellar in Sydney to Goldstein and Flinders in Melbourne? Could they flip enough of them to change the Government? Featured: David Speers, Host, Insiders, ABC TV
L'annulation unilatérale du contrat sur les sous-marins avec Naval Group a clairement jeté un froid entre Paris et Canberra. Mais à quel point ? On en parle avec l'historien Romain Fathi, de l'université Flinders.
This week we digress to bring you an update on the Flinders Street Station Ballroom. Opened briefly for an exciting new art exhibition, lockdowns have been the enemy to the Ballroom reopening. Make sure to check out our website for all that transcript and images goodness.destinationhistorypod.com
Interview with Tony Alcock aka Tazyarns Today's episode is with Tony Alcock, one half of "Podcast Yarns With Az And Taz" team, he now has A surfer, musician, jujitsu practioner, spearo and banana farmer from Far North Queensland, he has been spearing for the past 30 years and has a ton of valuable insights! Find out about Flinders Reef, his love for boats, hunting tips, dealing with sharks and crocodiles and how he has recently started diving past 10 meters with the help of Az! Come have a listen for a good laugh and some great tips, let us know what you thought of this episode in the comments! Important times: 00:12 Good day and welcome to the Noob Spearo Podcast! 01:01 What all does Tony do? 01:29 Announcements and some sad news 06:36 Hello Tony! 07:40 Tell us about yourself 09:28 How long have you been spearfishing? 10:29 Line angling vs spearfishing 10:54 Half the day fishing and half spearing 11:19 Tides and crayfish: painted and green 13:54 How do you cook crays/lobsters? How do you prepare them? 15:16 Spearfishing with Az and his great buddy system 16:24 A lot of your diving is shallow, why is it so dangerous? You need a buddy after 10m 17:24 Are you diving in current? 17:55 Where are you and where do you boat out to? 19:00 The lifestyle up there is very different 20:25 What it like being a banana farmer? 21:05 Full moon makes your fruit grow quicker on the week leading up to it 21:19 Being a farmer you're more in tune with the weather and seasons 24:10 Back to boats, you're selling one now? 24:47 I'm going back to an aluminium boat 27:20 Tell us about your boat history 29:41 Are you someone who can just fix everything on a boat? 30:47 Flinders reef and a funny story 33:23 What do you shoot out there and what good stories do you have from there? 37:00 Coral trout 37:56 Fishing with a big mothership 39:07 What do you want to do there this time? 39:27 Are sharks a problem out there? 40:32 What's your experience being in the water with tiger sharks? 41:38 The smaller sharks are the more aggressive ones 44:36 White and Black tip reef sharks 45:44 Have you been spooled before with your reel gun? 46:46 What about jelly fish? 47:29 Tell us about surfing 50:46 Good boating behavior and how to be a good boatie 54:44 We're going on a spearing trip, not a snorkeling trip 56:35 Some people are more freediver than spearo 57:35 How do you approach and hunt Jacks? 59:01 Great hunting tip 01:00:10 What's your biggest Jack? 01:00:59 So you've been spearing deeper lately? What has Az been teaching you? 01:02:31 A dive watch was a great investment 01:04:08 Tuck your chin into your chest when you dive down, slow down and relax 01:05:39 Weather apps 01:07:42 Do you pay attention to chlorophyll and water temp? 01:08:21 Barramundi and crocodiles 01:10:40 Avoid swimming with crocs 01:11:19 Cone shells 01:13:11 Tell us about your podcast 01:14:31 Funny story with music and Youtube 01:15:53 What's in your dive bag? 01:18:02 GoPro's and masks 01:19:49 You have anxiety for a reason 01:20:57 Suits with kevlar 01:23:08 Spearo Q&A What's the best piece of advice you have been given? What would you do differently if you started over? What's the best spearfishing lesson you've learned? What is spearfishing to you? 01:25:55 Thank you Tony 01:28:23 Jordan's voicemail Listen in and subscribe on iOS or Android Important Links Noob Spearo Partners and Discount Codes . Use the code NOOBSPEARO save $20 on every purchase over $200 at checkout – Flat shipping rate, especially in AUS! – Use the code NOOB10 to save 10% off anything store-wide. Free Shipping on USA orders over $99 | Simple, Effective, Dependable Wooden Spearguns. Use the Code NOOB to save $30 on any speargun:) Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $25 on the full Penetrator Spearfishing Fin Range . 28-day Freediving Transformation (CODE: NOOB28 for 15% off) | Equalization Masterclass – Roadmap to Frenzel | Free Courses | Freediving Safety Course | How to Take a 25-30% Bigger Breath! | The 5 minute Freediver | Break the 10 Meter Barrier – Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $ | ‘Spearo Dad' | ‘Girls with Gills' | ‘Jobfish Tribute' Subscribe to the best spearfishing magazine in the world. International subscription available! . Listen to 99 Tips to Get Better at Spearfishing
"If you go home and tell anyone you were in this scene, I'll kill you!"J.B. Flinders joins us with his own personal picks of despair! Strangely, he also teaches us how to laugh again, even in the face of death and napalm. We never mention the names, but the editors of Apocalypse Now are Lisa Fruchtman, Gerald B. Greenberg, and Walter Murch. They deserve some credit.the editor of apocalypse now is: 0:00 -- Intro (J.B., current movies)19:15 -- The Seventh Seal1.11:36 -- The Hobbit/ The Return of the King1.52:19 -- Apocalypse Now2.35:58 -- Awards and rankings3.37:30 -- Future business3.46:40 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch 8 1/2, Depeche Mode: 101, and The Fifth Element for next time! Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Hear us talk about Cool World!Hey! Hear us talk about Minority Report!Hey! Hear us talk about Strange Brew!Hey! Hear us talk about Defending Your Life!Hey! Captain Sonar!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at email@example.com! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
Tòa nhà 45 triệu đô la "vị trí đắc địa cho dịch vụ tiềm năng", có thể sẽ là phòng chích ma túy an toàn trong thời gian tới. Có đồng hương người Việt hỏi "sao không mở phòng chích ma túy an toàn ở cạnh tòa nhà chính quyền thành phố, hay trạm cảnh sát cho dễ quản lý?"
In this interview with Jase Regan on Country Viewpoint, Peter Treloar discusses:- Seasonal conditions on the EP- the Importance of the Mortlock Shield and local footy to the EP. - Upgrade of electricity transmission lines on EP, - Desalination plant for the Eyre Peninsula to supplement the local water supply, - concerns for the local abalone industry due to the AVG Virus, - his first shot of the Astra Zeneca Vaccine, and- why Peter voted for the Euthanasia Bill 2nd reading vote.
Great Flinders:Tumby Bay (3rd) vs Cummins Kapinnie (1st)Eyre United (7th) vs Rambler (4th) Lock (5th) vs United Yeelanna (6th) (Elliston Districts (2nd) have the bye)Eastern Eyre:Cowell (4th) vs Eastern Ranges (1st)Ports (5th) vs Kimba District (2nd)(Central Eyre United (3rd) have the bye)
Flinders Street has emerged as the likely location for Melbourne's controversial second drug injecting room. A new class of drugs is showing signs of overcoming some of the most devastating forms of childhood cancer following ground-breaking Australian results. A man was being questioned on Sunday night over the death of a woman at a South Yarra apartment block. St Kilda ruckman Paddy Ryder has explained why he took personal leave at the start of the season, declaring the move allowed him to get back to “enjoying everything about my life” again. For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription at heraldsun.com.au. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cognac enthusiast Holly Klintworth is head distiller at Bass and Flinders Distillery on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.The business was founded by Holly's father Wayne Klintworth in 2009 with a desire to make high quality gins, brandies, and liqueurs.It's brandy that you'll be hearing the most about in this episode, as Holly tells us why her family chose a path that is currently less travelled in Australian distilling.Brandy has an incredibly rich history in Australia but it has a little bit of an image problem, which funnily enough, is fairly similar to what gin was confronting little more than a decade ago.In this episode, Holly will tell you about her passion for brandy and why you should be including it as part of your spirits repertoire.But first, she'll tell you a little bit more about her background and how she came to succeed her father Wayne in the family business.
This episode of The Water Polo Fit podcast features Tony Wickham from PREPD Hydration.PREPD was Developed by Flinders and Yale Universities and is a truly unique and effective product that works in conjunction with your existing hydration protocols to significantly improve hydration and reduce fluid loss.Taken 6-12 hours before exercise, it improves hydration by up to 40% and reduces fluid loss pre, during and post exercise by up to 85% when compared to a sports drink alone.PREPD is doing a special offer of 20% off all products to podcast listeners. All you need to do is listen to the podcast, go to https://prepdhydration.com.au/shop/ and use the code WF20.Tony has also offered samples to any water polo coaches wanting to trial PREPD. For samples write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These days the Australian Open sits alongside the other Grand Slam tournaments as one of the best and most prestigious tennis events in the world, but it wasn’t always that way. In this episode, we tell the story of its transformative move from Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club to Flinders Park in 1988.Pat Cash, who lost back-to-back five-set finals in 1987 and 1988 talks us through it all, including what Kooyong was like as a venue, why his 1987 defeat to Stefan Edberg feels like the one that got away in his career, why a move to the new site was both necessary and a roaring success, the effect of the new surface known as Rebound Ace, and the epic back and forth he had with Mats Wilander in the classic 1988 final. We also hear from Pam Shriver - who won the women’s doubles title with Martina Navratilova in both years - about her experience. The Tennis Podcast is presented by Catherine Whitaker and David Law, and features Matt Roberts. It is produced weekly year-round, and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments.*NEWSLETTER*Sign up to get our news, offers, predictions and Matt’s Stat - http://eepurl.com/gbmzRX*EMAIL*We hope that the podcast helps to provide some form of escape during these challenging times. If you ever feel like writing to us, our e-mail is open – email@example.com*SOCIAL MEDIA* Twitter - https://twitter.com/TennisPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thetennispodcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tiểu bang Victoria có thể cho phép 160 sinh viên quốc tế/ngày quay lại nhập học học kỳ 1 năm nay. Chính quyền tiểu bang dự định sẽ trình kế hoạch này lên nội các vào ngày 5/2 sắp tới. Các đại học Adelaide, Đại học Nam Úc và Đại học Flinders tại Nam Úc cũng đang có kế hoạch đưa 300 du học sinh trở lại theo chương trình đặc biệt.
Listen to Dr Santhosh Daniel, senior infectious diseases consultant at Flinders medical center who explains about the how UK strain of covid-19 is dangerous and how far Australians need to be concerned about it. - ഒരു വർഷമായി നമ്മെയെല്ലാം ഭീതിയിലാഴ്ത്തിയിരിക്കുന്ന മഹാമാരിയുടെ പുതിയ സ്ട്രെയ്നുകളാണ് ഇപ്പോൾ ഓസ്ട്രേലിയയിൽ ആശങ്ക പടർത്തുന്നത്. ഒരു ഹോട്ടൽ ജീവനക്കാരിയിൽ യു കെ സ്ട്രെയിൻ സ്ഥിരീകരിച്ചതിനെത്തുടർന്ന് ബ്രിസ്ബൈനിൽ മൂന്ന് ദിവസത്തെ ലോക്ക് ഡൗൺ പ്രഖ്യാപിച്ചിരുന്നു. എന്താണ് പുതിയ യു കെ സ്ട്രെയിനും സൗത്ത് ആഫ്രിക്ക സ്ട്രെയിനും? ഇതിൽ എത്രത്തോളം ആശങ്കപ്പെടേണ്ടതുണ്ട് ? ഇതേക്കുറിച്ച് അഡ്ലൈഡിലെ ഫ്ലിൻഡേഴ്സ് ആശുപത്രിയിൽ മുതിർന്ന പകർച്ച വ്യാധി വിദഗ്ധനായ ഡോ സന്തോഷ് ഡാനിയേൽ വിശദീകരിക്കുന്നത് കേൾക്കാം...
Today we celebrate the Scottish botanist who is remembered for the phenomenon known as Brownian Motion. We'll also learn about the woman remembered as the Queen of the Traditional English Country Garden. We’ll have a little mini-class on Mistletoe and the etymology of its name. We’ll listen to a verse from a garden writer and forager who grows wild plants during the winter. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that features a dozen gardens of an incredible modern garden designer. And then we’ll wrap things up with a century-old article that shared a new way to water plants. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf. Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org Curated Garden News 6 Healthy Winter Vegetables That Don’t Require a Whole Lot of Space To Grow | Well + Good | Emily Laurence Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there’s no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community where you’d search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events December 21, 1773 Today is the birthday of Scottish botanist Robert Brown. Robert made important contributions to botany and (science in general) through his pioneering use of the microscope. In particular, Robert is best known for being the first to notice the natural continuous movement of minute particles. Today we call that phenomenon of movement Brownian Motion. Now how did Robert come up with this? Well, for his 1827 experiment, Robert looked through his microscope at pollen immersed in water, and he started to notice subtle movements of the pollen - even though the water was still. He's what he wrote about it, “These motions… arose neither from currents in the fluid, nor from its gradual evaporation, but belonged to the particle itself” Now, at the time, Brown was unable to explain why the particles moved. It wasn’t until 1905 that Einstein was able to understand the cause of Brownian motion fully. Einstein suggested that this motion was due to the movement of water particles - in essence, little atoms in the water that were bumping into the pollen. And I thought you'd get a kick out of this: Einstein also famously said, "If I could remember the names of all these particles, I’d be a botanist." Today, Brownian Motion helps explain the "spin" from black holes. Robert Brown also coined the term nucleus in living cells. In Latin, the term nucleus means "little nut." Robert Brown was the first person to recognize the difference between angiosperms (flowering plants) and gymnosperms (non-flowering plants like conifers). And houseplant enthusiasts will appreciate knowing that Robert named the Hoya plant genus after his friend and fellow botanist Thomas Hoy who was also a gardener for the Duke of Northumberland. Now, Robert also worked closely with Ferdinand Bauer - one of the world’s most accomplished natural history artists. Together they joined Captain Matthew Flinders on a ship called Investigator. The Flinders expedition was the first to circumnavigate Australia. With the assistance of Peter Good, who was hunting for viable seeds and live plants for Kew Gardens, Robert amassed a large collection of specimens during his years in Australia. And as a result of all his time and work in Australia, Brown published the remarkable survey on Australian flora, which he called The Prodromus. The Prodromus opened doors for Robert Brown when it attracted the attention of Joseph Banks. The two became great friends, and Banks asked Brown to serve as his personal botanical librarian. When Banks died in 1820, he left his home, collections, and library to Robert Brown - along with a large yearly allowance. December 21, 1918 Today is the birthday of the English garden designer, lecturer, prolific garden writer, and one of the greatest gardeners of the 20th century, Rosemary Verey. Regarded as the "Queen of the Traditional English Country Garden," Rosemary’s garden masterpiece is a blend of nature and geometry, traditional and cottage. You'll see graceful draping of wisteria, blousy roses, warm stone, and symmetrical chimneys create Rosemary’s intimate, timeless, and genteel garden that has been described as a bucolic dream. And I thought you'd enjoy hearing Rosemary’s thoughts on the winter garden: "I love the garden in winter, almost as much as the summer." “Winter's palette is clear and spare, restrictive enough to curb the excesses of even the most daring gardeners.” “A garden in winter is the absolute test of the true gardener.” The seeds of Rosemary’s magnificent garden were sown in her relationship with a young Landscape Architect named David Verey. After marrying David in 1939, the couple moved into his ancestral home Barnsley House - a Cotswold-stone manor house - near Cirencester in Gloucestershire. Unlike garden designers who cut their teeth on other people’s gardens. Rosemary honed her skills as a gardener and developed her signature style in her own backyard at Barnsley House. After a while, Rosemary went on to work with many famous clients. Rosemary helped design Elton John's gardens at Woodside, and she also worked with Prince Charles. Rosemary Verey’s book Classic Garden Design (1984) gives us insight into how much she learned from studying gardens of the past, with their topiary, knot gardens, and box-edged beds. Many classic elements exist in her Barnsley garden: she mixes formal style with roses and herbaceous perennials, which softens and adds interest - even in winter. One of the reasons Rosemary’s garden garnered so much attention was because it was a departure from the formal style of English gardening that was so popular during the 1970s. And just to give you an example of how popular Rosemary's gardens were: She opened her garden for a single day in 1970, and it became so popular that the garden was open every day except Sunday and visited by over 30,000 people every single year. One of the most significant elements of Rosemary's Barnsley House garden is the yellow Laburnum Walk. Laburnums are small European ornamental trees that have hanging clusters of yellow flowers. Rosemary had seen Russell Page’s Laburnum Arch, which was the likely inspiration for her Laburnum Walk. If you ever see it, Rosemary’s walk is a vision. The laburnums romantically drape over a sea of allium parted by a concrete walkway texturized with pebbles. It is absolutely glorious. That's why many consider Rosemary’s Laburnum Walk to be one of the most iconic garden plantings of the last fifty years. And it was Rosemary Verey who introduced and popularized the potager. Today’s Rosemary’s potager garden is one of the favorite attractions to the visitors of the fabulous grounds of Barnsley House. Today, you can go to Barnsley House because it's no longer a family home. It has transitioned from the Verey family home to a boutique hotel and spa. And Rosemary once said this about Barnsley House, “Although I arrived here more than fifty years ago, I constantly try to see the garden with new eyes. This is the wonderful thing about gardening; trees are ever-growing taller, shrubs developing, ground cover taking over. Then scene changes and every year has its own character, influenced by frost, rainfall, and sunshine – elements over which we have no control; but we can aim to plan so that each season has its moments of interest, with winter scent, spring blossoms and bulbs, summer exuberance and autumn color.” December 21, 1997 On this day, The Saskatoon Sun, out of Saskatchewan, Canada, shared an article about the tradition of mistletoe. “Mistletoe is especially interesting botanically because it is partially parasitic. As a parasitic plant, it grows on the branches of trees, sending out roots that penetrate into the branches to take up nutrients. Mistletoe's common name is derived from the ancient belief that the plant was propagated from bird droppings. This belief was related to the then-accepted principle that life sprang spontaneously from dung. Mistletoe is derived from an old English word Mistletan. Mistel is the Anglo-Saxon word for dung, and tan is the word for twig, so mistletoe translates to "dung-on-a-twig.” By the 16th century, botanists had discovered that the plant's sticky seeds tended to cling to the bills of birds so that they were left on branches where birds rubbed their bills to clean them.” Unearthed Words Most weeds don't make it through winter. They need warm rain and steady sun. Frozen soil inhibits root growth; snowfalls discourage sprouts. Even watercress, which usually positions itself in flowing water, gets hurt by a freeze. If you live in an area where the snow falls over several months, you know that small sigh of sadness when you go out to gather wild things, and frost has taken over. This year I've been cultivating weeds indoors to ease those winter doldrums. I've got Chicory, Dandelion, and Poke Roots potted in buckets in a kitchen corner. I've got Watercress stretching out of a pot standing in freshwater. I've got Chickweed daily going to seed three months early on the window sill. While my wild Winter Garden doesn't provide the abundance of the outdoors, it grows leaves enough to garnish winter meals with sprigs of wild flavor, nutrients, and color. — Susan Tyler Hitchcock, garden writer, and forager, Gather Ye Wild Things Grow That Garden Library The Gardens of Luciano Giubbilei by Andrew Wilson This book came out in 2015, and it is the second edition. In this book, Andrew showcases the incredible work of the garden designer Luciano Giubbilei (“Lou-CHAN-no JOO-bee-lay”). Known for the understated elegance of his garden designs, Luciano utilizes the composition of space and evolves his approach to suit his clients and his maturing ideas. This book spotlights a dozen gardens from Luciano’s portfolio. And every detail is shared: from Mood boards to final plantings. Andrew’s book thoughtfully includes pages on nursery production, site development, sourcing plants, the artists that Luciano works with, Luciano’s working methods, and how Luciano finds inspiration - And I love that level of detail. This book is 240 pages of Luciano Giubbilei’s work - it's a coffee table book - and a celebration of a magnificent dozen of his creations - along with planting plans, archival documents, and gorgeous photographs from garden photographer Steven Wooster. You can get a copy of The Gardens of Luciano Giubbilei by Andrew Wilson and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $47 Today’s Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart December 21, 1917 On this day, The Weekly Tribune out of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, shared a little story about the Right Way to Water Plants. Now back in 1917, the concept of watering plants via wicking was new and confusing. Here’s a little glimpse into how it was introduced to the general public: “Lucien Daniel, a French botanist, has discovered that young hothouse plants and slips of vegetables, as well as flowers, thrive far better by a system of continuous watering than by drenching the soil at stated periods. The new method depends upon the law of capillary attraction. Near each plant is placed a jar containing water, into which is dipped one end of a strip of linen or cotton, whose other end lies near the plant. With this uninterrupted supply of water, drop by drop, the plants thrived, greatly outdistancing other plants, which were submitted to an intermittent drenching.” Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
Do naszego wirtualnego studio zagościła Aleksandra Piejka - psycholożka i doktorantka Polskiej Akademii Nauk. Rozmawiamy o samotności, zarówno w kontekście badań prowadzonych przez zespół badawczy Oli, jak i nasze doświadczenia zawodowe i prywatne. Czym jest samotność, czy zależy od naszego nastawienia, jakie ma konsekwencje i jak sobie z nią radzić? Mamy nadzieję, że ta rozmowa wzbudzi w Was wiele refleksji. Słuchajcie i dbajcie o swoje relacje! Mamy również dla Was coś super od Oli, czyli bibliografię poruszającą zagadnienie, o którym rozmawiamy! Bibliografia od Oli: Alberti, F. B. (2019). A Biography of Loneliness: The History of an Emotion. Oxford University Press, USA. Cacioppo, J. T., Cacioppo, S., & Boomsma, D. I. (2014). Evolutionary mechanisms for loneliness. Cognition & emotion, 28(1), 3-21. Henrich, J., Heine, S. J., & Norenzayan, A. (2010). The weirdest people in the world?. Behavioral and brain sciences, 33(2-3), 61-83. Holt-Lunstad, J., Smith, T. B., Baker, M., Harris, T., & Stephenson, D. (2015). Loneliness and social isolation as risk factors for mortality: a meta-analytic review. Perspectives on psychological science, 10(2), 227-237. Jenkinson, C. E., Dickens, A. P., Jones, K., Thompson-Coon, J., Taylor, R. S., Rogers, M., ... & Richards, S. H. (2013). Is volunteering a public health intervention? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the health and survival of volunteers. BMC public health, 13(1), 773. Masi, C. M., Chen, H. Y., Hawkley, L. C., & Cacioppo, J. T. (2011). A meta-analysis of interventions to reduce loneliness. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 15(3), 219-266. Mund, M., Freuding, M. M., Möbius, K., Horn, N., & Neyer, F. J. (2020). The stability and change of loneliness across the life span: A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 24(1), 24-52. Shevlin, M., McElroy, E., & Murphy, J. (2015). Loneliness mediates the relationship between childhood trauma and adult psychopathology: evidence from the adult psychiatric morbidity survey. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology, 50(4), 591-601. Spithoven, A. W., Bijttebier, P., & Goossens, L. (2017). It is all in their mind: A review on information processing bias in lonely individuals. Clinical Psychology Review, 58, 97-114. Uchino, B. N., Holt-Lunstad, J., Uno, D., & Flinders, J. B. (2001). Heterogeneity in the social networks of young and older adults: Prediction of mental health and cardiovascular reactivity during acute stress. Journal of behavioral medicine, 24(4), 361-382.
Episode 20 of the VROOM Podcast hosted by Michael Hill. With special guests Max Flinders - MotoAmerica rider, and Tom Ward – BSB rider... plus a look back at the weekend's motorsport action. Presented and produced by Michael Hill, edited by Gareth Bouch, music by The Rain Dogs. A production of Michael Hill Promotions. • Michael Hill Promotions • Vroom Media • The Rain Dogs
El científico mexicano Jonathan Sandoval-Castillo, de la Universidad de Flinders de Australia, indaga cómo la adaptación genética de los peces arcoiris pueden ayudar a proteger a otras especies contra el cambio climático, según una entrevista con SBS Spanish.
Please share a link to this episode in all of your social media to help enlarge our Weirdo family! And please recommend Weird Darkness to your friends, family, and co-workers who love the paranormal, horror stories, or true crime! Thank you!IN THIS EPISODE: It has been scientifically proven that we can truly be scared to death – but some of the situations of people dying of fright might surprise you. We’ll look at a few newspaper headlines and stories from the past where people were deemed to be scared to death. (Incidents of Death By Fright) *** The tragic death of 11-year-old Darius Flinders could quite possibly be one of the strangest deaths ever recorded. It wouldn’t seem so at first, but it gets that way as the possible explanations come forth. (The Strange Death of Darius N. Flinders) *** Last month a group of disgruntled TikTok witches reportedly got together and combined their online powers to cast a negative spell on the moon. Not a sentence I thought I’d ever read aloud, but that’s just the kind of year we’re having, isn’t it? (Disgruntled Witches Curse the Moon) *** Weirdo family member Chris Harrell feels something hop onto the end of his bed… and it wasn’t his dog. (Zombie Paralysis) *** Philadelphian Dorothy Cooper Forstein appeared to be happily married, comfortably well-to-do, a loving mother, and well-liked. She was, in short, one of the last people anyone would imagine as a victim of one of the creepiest disappearances in American history. (The Disappearance of Dorothy Forstein) *** Allan Pinkerton started the nation's first P.I. firm, saved Abraham Lincoln's life, and led Union spies behind Confederate lines during the Civil War. We’ll look at the formation of the Pinkerton Agency. (America’s First Private Eyes) TRANSCRIPT FOR THIS EPISODE…Find a full or partial transcript at the bottom of this blog post: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/7043SUPPORT THE PODCAST…Become a patron: https://WeirdDarkness.com/WEIRDOVisit the Weird Darkness store: https://WeirdDarkness.com/STOREFind my social media, email and contact info: https://WeirdDarkness.com/CONTACTSTORY AND MUSIC CREDITS/SOURCES…(Over time links can and may become invalid, disappear, or have different content.)“Incidents of Death by Fright” by Chris Woodyard for The Victorian Book of the Dead: https://tinyurl.com/yyojesk6 “The Strange Death of Darius N. Flinders” by Jennifer Jones for The Dead History: https://tinyurl.com/y2ulwdfv “The Disappearance of Dorothy Forstein” posted at Strange Company: https://tinyurl.com/y295teyk “Disgruntled Witches Curse The Moon” by Rob Schwarz for Stranger Dimensions: https://tinyurl.com/y4etwyck “Zombie Paralysis” by Weirdo family member Chris Harrell: https://tinyurl.com/yydgjgye “America’s First Private Eyes” by Grace Srinivasiah for The Line Up: https://tinyurl.com/yxo4akj3 Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music, varying by episode, provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license; Shadows Symphony (http://bit.ly/2W6N1xJ), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://www.youtube.com/user/myuuji) used with permission. MY RECORDING TOOLS… * MICROPHONE (Neumann TLM103): http://amzn.to/2if01CL * POP FILTER (AW-BM700): http://amzn.to/2zRIIyK * XLR CABLE (Mogami Gold Studio): http://amzn.to/2yZXJeD * MICROPHONE PRE-AMP (Icicle): http://amzn.to/2vLqLzg * SOFTWARE (Adobe Audition): http://amzn.to/2vLqI6E * HARDWARE (iMac Pro): https://amzn.to/2suZGkA I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use. If I somehow overlooked doing that for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I’ll rectify it the show notes as quickly as possible. "I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46 Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness WeirdDarkness™ - is a registered trademark. Copyright ©Weird Darkness 2020.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
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On todays show I was joined by one of the most well-spoken guys in the Industry, Greg Flinders. Greg talks about the evolution of MTS Offroad, where it came from and where it is going. You can find MTS out playing, tuning, or all around finding ways to help their customers! Enjoy! Find MTS Offroad on IG: @mtsoffroad If you enjoy the show, please Subscribe, share, and leave a rate and review! ______________________________________ This show brought to you by: @mattressmanrob @dunetherapy @rowleywhite_rv @glamisblackbag @axaoffroad