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In this episode, renowned paleo-anthropologist Dean Falk joins us to talk about how the evolution of our brains led to the emergence of language and how we differ from apes in terms of language and tools. Dean Falk shares her interesting perspective on how language began and the biases we have trying to understand our past from a male and female perspective which helps us acknowledge how humans evolved. A lot was going on 7MM years ago all the way to and through 200/300K years ago. We dive deep into the importance of fossils and what they have revealed, human and chimpanzee common ancestors and the split between the 'human' family tree from the chimpanzees. Additionally we talk about what happened after the split, the Botanic Age and the key role of mothers and babies in the origins of language. Stay tuned! SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/rhyslindmark JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/PDAPkhNxrC Who is Dean Falk? Dean Falk is an American evolutionary anthropologist specialized in paleo-anthropology, academic, research professor and author who is currently writing a book about the emergence and evolution of the earliest human predecessors who lived long before the appearance of the oldest known stone tools (tentatively titled Basket Weaving 101: Hominin Evolution during the Botanic Age). She is the Hale G. Smith Professor of Anthropology and a Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University. Much of her work focuses on the evolution of the human brain (paleoneurology) and the associated emergence of language, music, art, and science. Topics: Welcome Dean Falk to The Rhys Show!: (00:00:00) Goal for listeners: (00:02:16) What part of early sapiens Dean focuses on: (00:02:50) Answering questions by studying skulls: (00:04:37) 4 decade discussion focusing on lunate sulcus: (00:08:51) About Bipedalism & the split between humans and chimpanzees: (00:10:06) About tools and mothers & babies: two cognitive biases: (00:14:33) The role of women as opposed to stone tools & the Botanic Age: (00:18:21) How does Dean know whether her perspective is true or not: (00:27:11) How did language start & how was it connected to imitation: (00:32:43) What about imitation, spindle neurons or mirror neurons?: (00:39:18) About the evolution of brain size: (00:45:16) How evolution as from early primates applies to the future: (00:49:21) Overrated or underrated questions about fire and the importance of being in groups in human evolution: (00:53:34) Get in touch with Dean: (00:55:35) Dean Falk's books: “Geeks, Genes, and the Evolution of Asperger Syndrome”: https://www.amzn.com/0826356923 “Finding Our Tongues: Mothers, Infants, and the Origins of Language”: https://www.amzn.com/0465002196 Connect with Dean Falk: FSU Department of Anthropology: https://anthro.fsu.edu/faculty-staff/department-faculty/dr-dean-falk Web: https://deanfalk.com/
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Part 6 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Has Jamie successfully chosen six wines in a row that please his co-host? Does this luscious sweet wine made by a master in the Rheinhessen stand up to Jacques Tati's towering comedy all-timer? The tasting menu comes to a close with babka for dessert course, our first ever dessert wine, and one of the greatest movies ever made. Keller Rieslaner Auslese 2018 (375ml) is available at Crush Wine Co. for $35. PLAYTIME (1967) is directed by Jacques Tati and can be enjoyed on the Criterion Channel and wherever you get your VOD movies. Essen Bakery is a James Beard Award nominated bakery in South Philly specializing in the treats of the Jewish diaspora. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Goblin Sharks are a species of rare sharks found in the deepest oceans throughout the world. The goblin shark gets its name from its terrifying unhinged mouth that is full of razor sharp teeth. These sharks use a stealth attack to float through the ocean until close enough to swallow their prey. (Its low-density and large liver make it buoyant, allowing it to drift towards its prey with minimal motions to avoid detection). Which mean, what the goblin shark wants to eat, will not see it coming. The goblin shark has a distinctively long and flat snout and in the original drawing of the species, its mouth maximally extended, which inspired the name “goblin.” Goblin sharks are most likely preyed upon by blue sharks. These blue sharks also inhabit the deep waters in the world's temperate and tropical oceans. Little is known about goblin shark reproduction because we've never seen a pregnant female in the wild. The same is true for Goblin Sharks' close relative the Frilled Shark which is a long, eel-like shark known as one of the most primitive fishes in the ocean. The Frilled Shark has a truly torment inducing mouth that we'd never like to see again. Humans sucks, so join us as we talk Goblin Sharks, living fossils to haunt your nightmares.Follow us on Twitter @betterthanhuma1on Facebook @betterthanhumanpodcaston Instagram @betterthanhumanpodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@betterthanhumanpodcastor Email us at email@example.comWe look forward to hearing from you, and we look forward to you joining our cult of weirdness!
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens the pod with slap boxing, crying Summer Walker, Ice House June, Lazy Sunday, Entering YouTube Raffle, Mega Millions, Abandoning Family, Shooters shoot, Slappers, Intro, Supporting local talent, Women teaching Women, Stay at Home Wife, Street dogs, and other topics….
They were the most successful hominids of all time, existing on earth for almost two million years and leaving fossil evidence across much of the globe. From Africa to the Caucasus to the Far East, Homo erectus travelled far and left an indelible mark on prehistory.DR KAREN BAAB is a biological anthropologist studying human evolution at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, USA. Her main areas of research are the evolutionary history of Plio-Pleistocene Homo and what the shape of their skulls can tell us. MARK from Evolution Soup welcomes Dr Baab back to talk all things Homo erectus.Link to original video interview: https://youtu.be/7N7JrQcLJVs#humanevolution #evolution #homoerectusLINKS FOR DR KAREN BAAB:SITE: http://www.karenbaab.com/RESEARCHGATE: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Karen_BaabConcerning Hobbits (interview with Karen Baab): https://bit.ly/39BXwlVEVOLUTION SOUPYouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/evolutionsoupFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/evolutionsoup/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/evolutionsoup/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evolution_soup/RSS feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/354743.rssSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The First Brick Property PodcastWeekly Real Estate Tips & insights from industry experts. Helping you navigate the marketListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Part 5 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Does this grungy, haut-cuisine, haunted Nic Cage drama pair in a contrapuntal sort of way with this bubbly, tropical, and historic Blanc de Blancs from Napa Valley? Share some dope Bao buns with those you love and press play on our latest episode! Schramsberg Blanc de Blancs 2018 is available at Crush Wine Co. for $32. PIG is a 2021 feature film written and directed by Michael Sarnoski, based on a screenstory by Sarnoski and Vanessa Block. It stars Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, and Adam Arkin. It is currently available to stream on Hulu and wherever you rent those VODs. Baology is a Taiwanese street food restaurant in Philadelphia, PA. Under the leadership of Judy Ni, they have been leaders in sustainability and worker advocacy in the city. Also the food is super yummy. The Curried Crab Shen Jian Bao special will be available the week of this episode's release. All other food mentioned is available year round. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Conversation Lingerers, Bathroom Rules, Avoiding Eye Contact 1:05 / Monkeys Stealing Babies 8:25 / White Cover Bands + Karaoke Expectations 10:20 / Fossils in Greece Suggest Humans Ancestors Evolved in Europe, Not Africa + Are White People Aliens? 17:11 / Y2K was Dumb as Hell 22:31 / Mugshots make everyone look like a creep 31:13 / American Gun Culture 34:32 / Hunter Biden Outside! + Elon Musk Body is crazy 41:32 / World Economic Forum 2016 predictions + Satanist Rules 49:59
The time has finally come for our fourth Prehistoric Cage Match!! Which dinosaur family will reign supreme and become the next Dinosaur Review for Kids champion. It's the Brachiosaurus of the Sauropods vs the Giganotosaurus of the Theropods. Listen Now!!
Gavin finishes teaching Fia about state fossils; Mike has returned to the wilds of New York; and Fia teaches Gavin about a *mystery fish* that she found during her field work. Ubirajara fossil returned to Brazil Follow us on Twitter Topic form Guest Form Gavin's Blog Leave us an audio message Youtube Channel
Were neanderthals just dumb brutes waiting for extinction? The latest research says they were anything but dimwitted. They had culture, forethought, and emotion - just like us.REBECCA WRAGG SYKES is a palaeolithic archaeologist and honorary fellow at the University of Liverpool, specialising in Neanderthals. She is co-founder of the Trowelblazers website, celebrating women archaeologists, palaeontologists and geologists through the ages, and the author of Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art.MARK from Evolution Soup talks to Rebecca about neanderthal history, biology, and technology (stone tools). The amazing DNA work on this hominid is also discussed, as well as the world of the female neanderthal and what the evidence can tell us. Kindred spirits, to be sure.Original interview video: https://bit.ly/3z6UKRH#neanderthal #evolution #humanevolutionLINKS FOR REBECCA WRAGG SYKES:SITE: https://www.rebeccawraggsykes.comBLOG: http://www.therocksremain.orgARTWORKS: https://www.redbubble.com/people/sili...TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LeMoustierhttps://trowelblazers.com/ #RealFossilHunterLottie 'Sheanderthal' - Rebecca's article on female Neanderthals https://bit.ly/37mJeEVEVOLUTION SOUPYouTube: http://www.Support the show
Part 4 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Does Bedrock Wine Co.'s pale, age-worthy, referential rosé play nice with Ari Aster's bananas, daytime, slow-burn folk horror? How did Jamie enjoy the other, Marvel-flavored half of his Florence Pugh double feature? WIll Scott's bathroom renovation trevails ever cease? Cover yourself in a mound of wildflowers and nervously drink straight from the bottle as you hit Play! Bedrock Wine Co. ‘Ode to Lulu' 2021 is available at Wine.com for $30. (It is stated in this episode that the wine is available at Crush Wine Co. They have since run out of stock) MIDSOMMAR is a 2019 feature written and directed by Ari Aster, starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, William Jackson Harper, and Will Poulter. It is distributed by A24 and is currently available to stream on Showtime and Kanopy or rent wherever you get your VODs. Southwark is located in Queen Village and is home to great food and drink. The Tomato Spaghetti we discuss on this episode will be run as a special the week of this episode's release! Be sure to catch Jamie there on Monday nights from 7p-1a for his weekly #winewark pop-ups! Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at email@example.com. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode) -
Mike's back! And just in time for Gavin to teach him and Fia about state fossils, how some states put in more effort than others (looking at you Florida...), and how local politics can be fun actually. Follow us on Twitter Topic form Guest Form Gavin's Blog Leave us an audio message Youtube Channel
Bolca is a site of exceptional preservation of fossils (termed a konservat lagerstätte) located close to Verona, Italy. This 50 million year old limestone was deposited in the Eocene Epoch and contains over 500 species of plants, arthropods terrestrial vertebrates and most notably a lot of fish! The preservation at Bolca is so detailed that even the external colouration of the skin and internal anatomy of many of these fossils can be seen. Exploring the taphonomy (the processes that occur to a body between death and discovery) and palaeoecology (how fossil organisms lived and interacted with other organisms and their surroundings) of some of the fish from Bolca is Dr Valentina Rossi from University College Cork, Ireland. In this episode, we look at how colour patterns are preserved in a fossil moonfish and look at what that can tell us about how the species lived.
Part 3 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Will this rosy, red-fruited, tannic Nebbiolo from *dramatic Italian gesture* Piemonte be a good partner for provocative, bloody, French body horror? Brace yourself, pour a whole bottle into one overly large glass, and press Play! Poderi Colla Nebbiolo d'Alba 2019 is available at Crush Wine Co. for $24. RAW is a 2016 film written and directed by Julia Ducournau and starring Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, and Rabah Nait Oufella. As of this episode's release, it's available on Netflix and wherever you get your VODs. Le Virtù leans heavily on the traditions of Abruzzese cuisine. It is owned by the always wonderful Cathy Lee and Francis Cretarola and the Taccozzelle we paired with this gorgeous Nebbiolo is available to dine in, outside on their beautiful patio, or for takeout and delivery. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
You shouldn't take that which doesn't belong to you, but sometimes the gettin's too good. Daron learned his lesson the heard way in our latest listener story. From the craggy peaks of Hatcher Pass, he and his friends find something unexpected on a mountain trail, and inside sits a handwritten note. What happens next will change their lives forever and remind Daron to never take something with a face. Happy Haunting!
Russia's assault on Ukraine is driving a global food crisis, and there are calls for Europe to dramatically increase its own supplies in response. But can we do that without damaging the environment? This week we speak to former EU environment commissioner Janez Potočnik about how to ensure our food security without sacrificing ambitious climate and biodiversity plans. We're also talking about the #UberFiles, Slovenia's move to legalise same-sex marriage, and an extremely old Spaniard. Janez is the co-chair of the UN International Resource Panel and a partner at SYSTEMIQ. You can follow him on Twitter here. Isolation Inspiration: This episode of Techtopia on a massive ransomware attack in Germany; Standing Up on Netflix. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our podcast and would like to help us keep making it, we'd love it if you'd consider chipping in a few bucks a month at patreon.com/europeanspodcast (many currencies are available). You can also help new listeners find the show by leaving us a review or giving us five stars on Spotify. 00:22 Welcome! 02:33 Good Week: Slovenia legalises gay marriage and adoption 08:25 Bad Week: The Uber Files 19:43 Interview: Janez Potočnik on Europe's food supplies 33:03 Isolation Inspiration: 'Techtopia' and 'Standing Up' 36:25 Happy Ending: Old bones in Spain Producers: Katy Lee and Wojciech Oleksiak Music: Jim Barne and Mariska Martina This podcast is part of the Are We Europe family. Find more like-minded European podcasts at areweeurope.com/audio-family. Twitter | Instagram | email@example.com
The Brachiosaurus herd is migrating into the Dinosaur Review for Kids podcast. This long neck dinosaur had a giraffe-like stance and a nose on its forehead. Let's all reach our arms high up into the sky just like this gigantic sauropod. It's time for this big review!!Print off your free dinosaur review for kids scorecard here: www.stompchomproar.com/post/the-dinosaur-review-for-kids-podcast
How science works In another in the increasingly long line of topics we probably should have covered quite a few series ago, this week we are addressing some of the fundamentals of what science actually IS. How does it all work really, and what is the difference between a hypothesis and a theory, and how confident can we be about dinosaur research when so much is unknown and difficult to put to the test? All this and some other bits (that I can't really remember because we recorded this 2 months ago and I've not listened to the edit yet) are covered and hopefully it's a case of ‘better late than never' in informing our listeners of the basis of scientific studies. Thank you for listening and do consider supporting us on patreon: patreon.com/terriblelizards Links: A short but simple definition of science by the UK Science Council: https://sciencecouncil.org/about-science/our-definition-of-science/
Guest: Dominic Stratford is Director of Research at the Sterkfontein Caves and one of the authors of a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal. Fossils of early human ancestors in South Africa may be 1 million years older than previously thought, according to a new study, putting the country back in contention for the place where humankind may have originated. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part 2 of A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Did Jamie enjoy his listener-mandated viewing of GREEN LANTERN? Will anyone understand Scott's triple-Venn-diagram explanation connecting food to wine to movies? Does this velvety, warm, old vine Patagonian Pinot Noir find purchase with this post-punk, pastel period piece that's all about the vibes? Grab a plate of pasta, some fine French pastry, and a glass of (sexy voice) Pinot Noir before hitting play on this here episode! Bodega Chacra ‘Barda' Pinot Noir 2020 is available at Crush Wine Co. for $26. MARIE ANTOINETTE (2006) is written and directed by Sophia Coppola. It's on Hulu right meow, where you should definitely go watch it. Or VOD if that's your jam. Irwin's Upstairs is a Sicilian restaurant at the top of the Bok Building in South Philly owned by Michael Ferreri. The Gnocchi Sardi featured in this episode is a staple of their menu and is available nightly. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Those Old Fossils – our vintage collecting show – is here with the first of our Four Figure Focuses. This month an incredible nine members of the global Star Wars community join Jez, Stu, Dan and Marc Hockley as they delve into: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Dengar, Anakin Skywalker and everyone's favourite peg warmer Klaatu. Matt George drops in for a brilliant interview on his beloved Ben Kenobi, giving some incredible insights to pre-production collecting. Jez discovers a brilliant Facebook Group dedicated to Klaatu (The Klaatorium – Star Wars Klaatu and Skiff Guard Memorial & Cocktail Lounge) and interviews three of its most enthusiastic members: Paul James, Barry Lewton and Dave Moore. Ron Salvatore drops in with his brilliant take on Anakin Skywalker and Mark Andrews, Will Mellish and Jamie Acott from Variant Villains give the lowdown on each figure. Lots of voices, lots of knowledge – all looking at these characters, action figures and the Beyond the Toys items that they inspired. Did we miss anything? Let us know and get involved.
On this weeks Wednesday Wisdom I wanted to share some interesting articles that I read recently, that on their surface may seem unrelated to Sasquatch. That said, I found them both very intriguing, and I believe that they are both relevant to the subject in their own unique way. I also share a brief story about a winged humanoid to prime your senses for Fridays show! Be sure to check out the Sasquatch Odyssey Blog on our website for related photos and source materials. Support The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/paranormalworldproductionsShow Website And Bloghttps://paranormalworldproductions.comAll The Socials And Stuff/Contact Brianhttps://linktr.ee/ParanormalWorldProductionsbrian@paranormalworldproductions.com Send Brian A Voicemail Or Tell Your Storyhttps://www.speakpipe.com/SasquatchOdysseyPodcastFollow The Show On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sasquatchodyssey/Episode Source Materialshttps://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=138353&fbclid=IwAR1xGp3Rl262TZbOYxeR40-eq139P2UtIYWQEDOi00iH-J_9OUSSdQEqouo&fs=e&s=clhttps://ancient.express88.info/intact-dna-from-7200-year-old-woman-reveals-strange-human-lineage/https://www.facebook.com/100063604569253/posts/pfbid026Y3fwfsamJtSge7SiBYwKbYQfResFz8Lec9ot3cAcsRkGLqKpE6DpWe8afGMFMbl/?d=n
Did you know that some long neck dinosaurs were only 6 feet long and could walk on two legs? That's right!! This species is a type of Sauropodomorph. These early dinosaurs were very small compared to their much bigger counterparts, the true sauropods. Print off your free dinosaur review for kids scorecard here: www.stompchomproar.com/post/the-dinosaur-review-for-kids-podcast
This is perhaps the question that gets asked the most and so it's time to address it properly (well, we are 7 seasons in, we were going to get to it sooner or later). So this week we are talking about routes into palaeontology and all that involves, from ‘classic' academic roles as a researcher at a university or museum, though to science writers, fossil preparators, illustrators and photographers and all manner of other palaeontologically related jobs and careers. As well as all that, we'll talk about those people who are actively engaged in research and publications without holding jobs or having qualifications in the field as they exist too. So hopefully this will answer some burning questions for many and enlighten others as to how everyone comes together (to argue with each other) in this field. Links: Dave's original essay on this subject: https://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/2018/07/04/how-do-i-become-a-palaeontologist/ And a follow up with suggested books to read to become a palaeontologist: https://archosaurmusings.wordpress.com/2020/04/14/books-to-read-to-become-a-palaeontologist/
Part 1 in our Miniseries A PHILADELPHIA TASTING MENU Does Jamie have himself a winner matching Sauvy B with El Merkury's delightful papusas in the show's first ever FOOD pairing? Did Scott maybe find a throughline between writer/director kogonada's near future tale of grief, constructed culture, family, and memory, and the forward thinking, climate-change conscious Von Winning? Hop in your self-driving garden car for some Guatemalan take-out as you hit play on this brand new episode. Von Winning Sauvignon Blanc ‘II' 2020 is available at Wine.com for $25. AFTER YANG is a 2022 film written and directed by kogonada and distributed by A24. It stars Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Justin H. Min, Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja, and Haley Lu Richardson. As of this episode's release, it is available to stream on Showtime and for your rental pleasure wherever you get your VODs. El Merkury makes delightful Guatemalan street food and can be found in Philadelphia, PA at either their Chestnut Street or Reading Terminal locations. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at email@example.com. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Grab your snow shovel or maybe a mammoth tusk because the ice age has rolled into the Dinosaur Review for Kids podcast. This fur covered elephant-like creature may not have been a dinosaur, but it's still one of the most famous prehistoric animals. Find out how the Woolly Mammoth scores among the “terrible lizards” known as the dinosaurs!!Print off your free dinosaur review scorecard here: www.stompchomproar.com/post/the-dinosaur-review-for-kids-podcast
Today's episode we talk about Rockhounding in the Hudson valley we talk about where you can get amethyst in Ontario we talk about the black sand exotic beaches where you can find smoky quartz in Idaho we have all kinds of fossil news extraterrestrial news where you can dig crystals for free the green monster mine potash minerals and so much more. Thanks for checking us out on social media just look up radicalrocks please subscribe like and share until next time remember rockhounds don't die they petrify !
A PALATE CLEANSER What kind of inane nonsense is “zerts and veg” and what does it have to do with The Rock? Will this single barrel, rye-finished, Indian single malt whiskey pair well a mail bag of listener questions? Can Jamie find a silver lining to climate change that his co-host won't scoff at? Has Scott found a shred of optimism about the future of movie theaters? Have a seat and pour yourself a dram before you press play on this break from our regularly scheduled programming. Amrut Single Malt Whiskey is available at The Bourbon Central for $51. The bottle we enjoyed during this episode was a single barrel selection with only 120 bottles produced. We apologize that this will be difficult to find. The above link will get you a bottle of Amrut's entry level (and also quite delicious) whiskey. Follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @BiggerBottlePod. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our NEW art is thanks to Ross Connard! Music is selected from Camille Saint-Saëns' ‘The Carnival of the Animals - XII. Fossils' as performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, licensed under Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Something unique happened in the 90s with “Classic Rock” radio where they completely omitted any new contributions musically from the bands. In the 90's, the “Legacy Act” tag hadn't hit yet and bands were still trying to be true to themselves, but still be relevant. This week we play the Lost and Forgotten songs released during the Alternative Rock era from bands that we all know and love. The More You Know...What's this InObscuria thing? We're a podcast that exhumes obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal and puts them in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. Many of the classic 60s-70s bands were still writing and delivering new musical content into the 90s. Go and check out these songs and the albums that they come from! Songs this week include:Cheap Trick – “Yeah Yeah” from Cheap Trick (1997)Procol Harum – “Man With A Mission” from The Prodigal Stranger (1991)Heart – “Oldest Story In The World” from Jupiter's Darling (2004)The Kinks – “It's Alright (Don't Think About It)” from Phobia (1993)RTZ – “Another Time” from Return To Zero (1991)Rainbow – “Wolf To The Moon” from Stranger In Us All (1995)Kansas – “Black Fathom 4” from Freaks Of Nature (1995)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 68*A treasure trove of galactic information in GAIA's long awaited third data releaseThe European Space Agency has finally published the long awaited GAIA mission third data release. The findings represent the most detailed survey so far of our home galaxy the Milky Way.*Europe approves a new Comet Interceptor MissionThe European Space Agency has approved a new mission to intercept an interstellar comet or asteroid.*James Webb space telescope hit by micrometeoroidNASA's brand new ten billion dollar James Webb space telescope has been hit by a micrometeoroid.*The Science ReportWarnings the current ongoing La Niña event could last till December.Discovery of a link between living near fracking sites while pregnant and baby development.Fossils of a new kind of theropod dinosaur discovered in Egypt's western Desert.Alex on Tech: the plague of facial recognition software.Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com #spacetime #astronomy #space #science #podcast #esa
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual back and forth, slappers, almost forgot the intro, and women questions… Late late upload. Bless up. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door