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Intelligent Design the Future
Michael Keas Debunks Science-Faith Warfare Myth

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 20:28


On this ID the Future from the vault, host Andrew McDiarmid talks with science historian Michael Keas about Keas' revealing work from ISI Books, Unbelievable: 7 Myths About the History and Future of Science and Religion. “Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn't believe, myths about science and Christianity supposedly at war with each other.” He also discusses a future-oriented ET myth that functions as a substitute for traditional religion. Listen in to learn more about Keas' fascinating and informative book. Source

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary
Galileo's Dream, Episode 1: Quantum Historical Fiction and the Messiness of the Future

Marooned! on Mars with Matt and Hilary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 66:00


Buongiorno! We're back with another thrilling series of discussions, and back to our author of choice, Kim Stanley Robinson. This time around we're discussing his weird and wonderful 2009 novel Galileo's Dream! Lots to talk about here, like history and who it's for, narrational voice, genre, science's relationship to religion, politics, money, power, and labor, and, of course, cats. For this book our conversations will focus more on big themes rather than a narrative blow-by-blow. So: spoilers ahead! (Oh, and we also discuss the concept of spoilers with relation to this book.) This episode covers roughly the first hundred pages or so, though again our conversation is mostly conceptual and thematic. But it was a fun talk to have, hopefully a fun one to listen to, about a book that is super super fun! Thanks for listening! Email us at maroonedonmarspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @podcastonmars Leave us a voicemail on the Anchor.fm app Rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts! Music by Spirit of Space --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marooned-on-mars/message

The Counsel of Trent
#706 - The Galileo Affair (with Christopher Check)

The Counsel of Trent

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 45:26


In this episode Catholic Answers President Christopher Check joins Trent to discuss the real story behind the "Galileo affair".

Into the Impossible
This Book Sent Galileo To JAIL!

Into the Impossible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 31:09


The Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo) is a 1632 Italian-language book by Galileo Galilei comparing the Copernican system with the traditional Ptolemaic system. It was translated into Latin as Systema cosmicum (English: Cosmic System) in 1635 by Matthias Bernegger. The book was dedicated to Galileo's patron, Ferdinando II de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, who received the first printed copy on February 22, 1632. Download your copy of Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems in auidiobook form here https://BrianKeating.com/dialogue Background In the Copernican system, the Earth and other planets orbit the Sun, while in the Ptolemaic system, everything in the Universe circles around the Earth. The Dialogue was published in Florence under a formal license from the Inquisition. In 1633, Galileo was found to be "vehemently suspect of heresy" based on the book, which was then placed on the Index of Forbidden Books, from which it was not removed until 1835 (after the theories it discussed had been permitted in print in 1822). In an action that was not announced at the time, the publication of anything else he had written or ever might write was also banned in Catholic countries. Overview While writing the book, Galileo referred to it as his Dialogue on the Tides, and when the manuscript went to the Inquisition for approval, the title was Dialogue on the Ebb and Flow of the Sea. He was ordered to remove all mention of tides from the title and to change the preface because granting approval to such a title would look like approval of his theory of the tides using the motion of the Earth as proof. As a result, the formal title on the title page is Dialogue, which is followed by Galileo's name, academic posts, and followed by a long subtitle. The name by which the work is now known was extracted by the printer from the description on the title page when permission was given to reprint it with an approved preface by a Catholic theologian in 1744. This must be kept in mind when discussing Galileo's motives for writing the book. Although the book is presented formally as a consideration of both systems (as it needed to be in order to be published at all), there is no question that the Copernican side gets the better of the argument. Structure The book is presented as a series of discussions, over a span of four days, among two philosophers and a layman: Salviati argues for the Copernican position and presents some of Galileo's views directly, calling him the "Academician" in honor of Galileo's membership in the Accademia dei Lincei. He is named after Galileo's friend Filippo Salviati (1582–1614). Sagredo is an intelligent layman who is initially neutral. He is named after Galileo's friend Giovanni Francesco Sagredo (1571–1620). Simplicio, a dedicated follower of Ptolemy and Aristotle, presents the traditional views and the arguments against the Copernican position. He is supposedly named after Simplicius of Cilicia, a sixth-century commentator on Aristotle, but it was suspected the name was a double entendre, as the Italian for "simple" (as in "simple minded") is "semplice".Simplicio is modeled on two contemporary conservative philosophers, Lodovico delle Colombe (1565–1616?), Galileo's opponent, and Cesare Cremonini (1550–1631), a Paduan colleague who had refused to look through the telescope. Colombe was the leader of a group of Florentine opponents of Galileo's, which some of the latter's friends referred to as "the pigeon league". Join PragerU: www.prageru.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Intellectual History
Rens Bod, "A New History of the Humanities: The Search for Principles and Patterns from Antiquity to the Present" (Oxford UP, 2014)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 70:30


Many histories of science have been written, but A New History of the Humanities (Oxford UP, 2014) offers the first overarching history of the humanities from Antiquity to the present. There are already historical studies of musicology, logic, art history, linguistics, and historiography, but this volume gathers these, and many other humanities disciplines, into a single coherent account. Its central theme is the way in which scholars throughout the ages and in virtually all civilizations have sought to identify patterns in texts, art, music, languages, literature, and the past. What rules can we apply if we wish to determine whether a tale about the past is trustworthy? By what criteria are we to distinguish consonant from dissonant musical intervals? What rules jointly describe all possible grammatical sentences in a language? How can modern digital methods enhance pattern-seeking in the humanities? Rens Bod contends that the hallowed opposition between the sciences (mathematical, experimental, dominated by universal laws) and the humanities (allegedly concerned with unique events and hermeneutic methods) is a mistake born of a myopic failure to appreciate the pattern-seeking that lies at the heart of this inquiry. A New History of the Humanities amounts to a persuasive plea to give Panini, Valla, Bopp, and countless other often overlooked intellectual giants their rightful place next to the likes of Galileo, Newton, and Einstein. Rens Bod is a professor of humanities at the University of Amsterdam. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube Channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Literary Studies
Rens Bod, "A New History of the Humanities: The Search for Principles and Patterns from Antiquity to the Present" (Oxford UP, 2014)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 70:30


Many histories of science have been written, but A New History of the Humanities (Oxford UP, 2014) offers the first overarching history of the humanities from Antiquity to the present. There are already historical studies of musicology, logic, art history, linguistics, and historiography, but this volume gathers these, and many other humanities disciplines, into a single coherent account. Its central theme is the way in which scholars throughout the ages and in virtually all civilizations have sought to identify patterns in texts, art, music, languages, literature, and the past. What rules can we apply if we wish to determine whether a tale about the past is trustworthy? By what criteria are we to distinguish consonant from dissonant musical intervals? What rules jointly describe all possible grammatical sentences in a language? How can modern digital methods enhance pattern-seeking in the humanities? Rens Bod contends that the hallowed opposition between the sciences (mathematical, experimental, dominated by universal laws) and the humanities (allegedly concerned with unique events and hermeneutic methods) is a mistake born of a myopic failure to appreciate the pattern-seeking that lies at the heart of this inquiry. A New History of the Humanities amounts to a persuasive plea to give Panini, Valla, Bopp, and countless other often overlooked intellectual giants their rightful place next to the likes of Galileo, Newton, and Einstein. Rens Bod is a professor of humanities at the University of Amsterdam. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube Channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Making Magic With Shaun Jay
Combine Your Passions and Watch This Happen w/ Sarah Frasca | Making Magic Podcast

Making Magic With Shaun Jay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 59:17


Sara Frasca is a fiercely passionate and driven female entrepreneur that brings her years of experience in the corporate world from working for General Mills and combines it with her love for small business owners and family values via her experience as a restaurant owner of Trasca and Co. Italian Eatery. She shares inspirational success and failure stories from her time surfing both corporate and small business roles and ties it in with her beliefs about combining passions to produce powerful breakthrough results in business and personal life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shaun-jay/support SPONSORS: Interested in sponsoring the next episode? Email us at makingmagicpodcast@gmail.com and let's make it happen Learn More About Sara Frasca: With the curiosity of Galileo and the tenacity of a street fighter, Sara Frasca is a business growth expert. Honing her skills in senior leadership roles in both corporate America and the world of startups, Sara now serves as Chief Operations Officer for Point NorthEast, a global business coaching firm. She helps leading organizations cultivate human imagination, build a culture of accountability, and solve complex problems to drive business growth. Sara is the go-to resource for leaders seeking a competitive advantage and sustainable success. She helps leading organizations cultivate human imagination, build a culture of progress, and solve complex problems in creative ways. Prior to Point NorthEast, Sara spent 13 years at General Mills in multiple leadership roles. She was also part of several start-up organizations, leading the forefront of digital transformation for Fortune 500 brands. In addition to being a mother of five, Sara is the founder and proud owner of Trasca & Co. Eatery and was named the 2017 Female Entrepreneur of the Year in Jacksonville, Florida. Sara's Links: https://sarahfrasca.com https://pointnortheast.com LISTEN TO THE SHOW ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST APP Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/makingmagiconapple Spotify: http://bit.ly/makingmagicspotify Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/makingmagicgoogle About Shaun Jay: https://shaunjaymagic.com Raleigh magician Shaun Jay has been seen on FOX, ABC, NBC, Masters of Illusion on the CW Network and also the TEDx Stage. Raleigh magician Shaun Jay started his career at the early age of 12 and has studied under some of the biggest names in magic over the past 20 years. Shaun offers corporate entertainment in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas. When not performing or speaking at events, Shaun uses his talents for 3D design and 3D printing to help companies and individuals bring their ideas and inventions to life. Shaun uses these talents as a trusted creative consultant for one of the world's premiere and most respected magic inventors, Paul Harris. Shaun is part of an exclusive team that helps invent some of the most cutting edge illusions that are then sold to other magicians across the globe. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shaun-jay/support

Frank Morano
Dr. Jensine Andresen, a Member of the Research Team of The Galileo Project at Harvard | 01-17-2023

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 27:40


Frank Morano interviews Dr. Jensine Andresen, a Member of the Research Team of The Galileo Project at Harvard about the new UAP report. Here is the link to her new book: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/product/978-1-5275-7727-5 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Frank Morano
Dr. Jensine Andresen, a Member of the Research Team of The Galileo Project at Harvard | 01-12-2023

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 23:33


Frank Morano interviews Dr. Jensine Andresen, a member of the Research Team of The Galileo Project at Harvard and the editor of the book “Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Academic and Societal Implications” about her book and looking at the UAP issue from multiple perspectives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Stack Overflow Podcast
From CS side project to the C-suite

The Stack Overflow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 19:55


LogRocket helps software teams create better experiences through a combination of session replay, error tracking, and product analytics.LogRocket's machine-learning layer, Galileo, cuts through the noise generated by conventional error monitoring and analytics tools to identify critical issues affecting users.LogRocket is hiring, so check out their open roles or connect with Matt Arbesfeld on LinkedIn. You can also give LogRocket a free trial.

History & Factoids about today
Jan 8th- Elvis's birthday was one of our most listened to podcast last year, so we are going to play it again.

History & Factoids about today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 18:01


National bubble bath day. Pop Culture from 1963. The battle of new orleans, my mom counts down her favorite top 10 Elvis Presley songs. Todays Birthdays - Elvis, Gypsy Rose Lee, Gaby Hofman, Bob Eubanks, Little Anthony, Stephen Hawking, Mike Reno. Galileo died,

Instant Trivia
Episode 696 - The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln - Science Timeline - Metal - The Steaks - Actual 911 Calls

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 9:16


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 696, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln 1: (Alex walks the stage of Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.) Illustrating the difference in memories, some people said that Booth shouted this Latin phrase right from here, center stage; others said, "No, it was from the box"; Booth himself wrote that he spoke the words before shooting Lincoln; perhaps he said these words more than once. Sic semper tyrannis. 2: (Alex walks the stage of Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.) President Lincoln arrived late at Ford's Theatre; the show was already under way, but when he was spotted walking down the stairs toward the presidential box, everything here stopped; then the orchestra struck up "Hail To The Chief", the audience gave him a thunderous round of applause, the president waved and bowed, and then the performance of this play continued. Our American Cousin. 3: (Alex stands on the stage of Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.) Police work in those days could be a little bit shoddy: hours after the murder, a man named William Kent came back to the presidential box looking for his keys; what he found was the murder weapon, the small .44-caliber single-shot pistol bearing the name of this Philadelphia gunsmith who invented it. Henry Deringer. 4: (Alex reports from the Petersen House in Washington, D.C.) While Mrs. Lincoln and her friends sat vigil here in the front parlor, in the back parlor, this energetic Secretary of War took charge of the investigation and worked tirelessly through the night, coordinating the manhunt for John Wilkes Booth and his accomplices. Edwin Stanton. 5: (Alex reports from the Petersen House in Washington, D.C.) At 7:22 on the morning of April 15, 1865, President Lincoln died in this small bedroom; a prayer was said, and then, according to tradition, Edwin Stanton uttered these six famous words. "Now he belongs to the ages". Round 2. Category: Science Timeline 1: Around 480 B.C.:Anaxagoras explains the cause of these events, one of which darkened Greece in 478 B.C.. eclipses. 2: 1600:William Gilbert concludes that the Earth is a huge lodestone that acts as a bar one of these. a magnet. 3: 1608:Hans Lippershey applies for a patent for this, which he calls a "looker"; Galileo is all eyes. a telescope. 4: Around 450 B.C.:Empedocles posits that all matter is made of these 4 classical elements. earth, fire, air and water. 5: 1842:This Austrian physicist relates the observed frequency of a wave to the motion of its source. Doppler. Round 3. Category: Metal 1: Psalm 135 describes the idols of the heathen as not of God and merely made from these 2 metals. silver and gold. 2: The so-called tinfoil you buy at the supermarket is probably made from this metal. aluminum. 3: Legend says that the metal used to make these highest British military awards came from cannons captured in the Crimean War. the Victoria Cross. 4: Noted for its natural magnetism, magnetite is an important ore of this metal. iron. 5: In 1252 in Kamakura, Japan, all 93 tons of the Daibutsu, or Great Buddha, was cast in this alloy. bronze. Round 4. Category: The Steaks 1: This steak sauce was created in the 1820s by the chef to England's King George IV. A.1.. 2: Sometimes wrapped in bacon, this choice cut of boneless steak with a French name is from the end of the loin. filet mignon. 3: Found in the bottom sirloin and on the Sizzler's menu is this cut whose name comes from its geometry. tri-tip.

Foundations of Amateur Radio
Where does propagation data come from?

Foundations of Amateur Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 6:05


Foundations of Amateur Radio One of the many questions that new amateurs ask is, "When should I get on-air, and on what band?" The often-heard reply is just to get on-air and make some noise. As time goes by, the importance of this seems to fade in favour of using HF prediction tools. Some amateurs never venture beyond that point, relying almost exclusively on technology to determine if they should turn on their radio or not. If you search the internet for "current HF conditions", you'll end up with dozens of sites boldly claiming to provide precisely that information, some even using the label "Real-Time". You'll find instructions from countless self-proclaimed "experts" on how to read propagation conditions from their favourite site. There's even widgets that you can install on your website displaying propagation data per amateur band with helpful labels like "Band Closed" or showing conditions as "Poor", "Fair" or "Good". Some of these widgets even include an embedded time-stamp to prove just how "current" the information is. If that's how you decide to activate your amateur station, like I once did, I have some questions. Where is this information coming from, is it accurate, and when was it last updated? To give you an idea of just how complex this question is, consider visiting two popular websites, solarham.net from Canada and spaceweatherlive.com from Belgium. On their home-pages, you'll find all manner of numbers, charts, photos, events, notifications, alerts, and warnings, each related in some way to HF propagation and the condition of the Sun. Sounds great, excellent resources, job done. Well, no. Let's start simple. Location. Leaving aside where the site's owner is or where the servers are, both potential sources of confusion, consider where you are and where the remote station is that you're trying to contact. Now compare that with the propagation data location. Do you know where the measurements came from and if they're relevant to you? What about data currency? For example, if you can see the Sun, you can count the number of sunspots since that data comes from physically looking at the Sun. Mind you, can someone count the number of sunspots at night? It's not a trick question. The Sun isn't overhead for everyone all the time, and the data from any particular observer will be out of date at night. When was the count updated? Is it still actually current, let alone real-time? Obviously, not everyone uses the same data source either. In case you're wondering, why are we counting by eye in the space age? It turns out that, since Galileo more than 400 years ago, it's the most long-term, reliable way to keep data consistent between observers and instruments, both of which often last only one or a few solar cycles, and it's also cheap! What about equipment changes and failures in data gathering? Geomagnetic activity isn't global; it's measured using a device called a flux-gate magnetometer. Measurements from specific instruments scattered around the globe are combined into the planetary, or Kp index. You'll discover that locations used change over time, and when instruments are down, the numbers are estimated, but you won't see that unless you actually find and explore the source data. It's not just solarham.net and spaceweatherlive.com; it's pretty much every single site that shows any form of HF propagation or space weather information. Even sites based in a specific country, like the Australian Space Weather Service, have many instruments scattered around Australia. If you happen to be near an actual instrument, where "near" is anything less than 500 km away, how do you know if that instrument was actually online when a measurement was made? Even if the instrument near you is working, is the data relevant to the receiving station on the other side of the planet? If you look closely at the sites giving out current HF conditions, you'll discover that most of these don't even tell you where the data comes from, let alone if any of it was estimated to come up with their current reported values or recommendations. If you start searching for historical information, this problem gets bigger. You'll find many sites that claim to have data, but are invariably underfunded, are rife with broken links, out-of-date servers, and moved, deleted, and abandoned pages. If you unearth a dataset, you'll discover that everyone uses a different standard to record their measurements. How do you even know if combined measurements are coming from the right column? Think I'm kidding? There are documents with warnings about different formats, calculations, and dates on which these changed. Aggregating this data is challenging, at best. So, is there a better way? Yup. You're not going to like it. "Get on-air and make noise!" I can hear you groaning from here. It's not all bad. You can run your own beacon to see the conditions at your location. It's what started me down the path of installing a WSPR, or Weak Signal Propagation Reporter, beacon and leaving it running 24/7. Currently, I'm focused on very weak, 10 mW signals. So far, it's been reported 3,685 km away. If you visit the VOACAP or Voice of America Coverage Analysis Program website, you'll find a visualisation of how FT8 propagation worked between ITU zones between 2017 and 2019. It's not current, but it's an excellent way to see how propagation data can be derived from actual contacts. What we really need are more beacon transmitters and online receivers. I'm Onno VK6FLAB.

Investor Connect Podcast
Startup Funding Espresso – Thought Experiments for Startups

Investor Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 1:51


Thought Experiments for Startups Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso -- your daily shot of startup funding and investing. A thought experiment is a hypothesis laid out for thinking through its consequences. Many great thinkers have used this technique to solve problems. Galileo used it to prove his idea that mass does not influence acceleration when he dropped both a heavy and light ball from the Tower of Pisa to demonstrate that both objects landed at the same time. Startups can use thought experiments to test their startup hypothesis. Here are some example experiments: If an investor gave you $1M today how would you deploy it? If you don't know exactly what you would do with the funding, then you are not ready for it. If you were an investor looking at your company what would you want to know? Review your pitch deck to see if it includes all the points that come to mind. If you can imagine why an investor would pass on your deal, then what risks do you see in the deal? Determine how you can mitigate those risks and show the company will succeed. If you asked two or three competitors what they think about your business, what would they say? Consider fixing those issues in your business. By using thought experiments the founder can test their startup's main hypothesis and each aspect of the business.   Thank you for joining us for the Startup Funding Espresso where we help startups and investors connect for funding.Let's go startup something today. _______________________________________________________ For more episodes from Investor Connect, please visit the site at:   Check out our other podcasts here:   For Investors check out:   For Startups check out:   For eGuides check out:   For upcoming Events, check out    For Feedback please contact info@tencapital.group    Please , share, and leave a review. Music courtesy of .

Why Did Peter Sink?
Why I am Catholic (part 9): Seat of Moses, Chair of Peter

Why Did Peter Sink?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 39:18


As for the failures of the Church: the faithful and the faithless have failed to be perfect in all eras and situations and nations since the beginning of time, and on that all groups agree. If you don't believe me, you haven't read the Old Testament or the Greek epics or even Native American myths, because all takes are full of fallen man. The news from last evening where I live was full of overdoses, murders, and domestic disputes. We cannot keep the Commandments, not without help from above. This is kind of the whole point of the person of Jesus, and why he came, in case you didn't know, and many today don't know. It's an interesting time because millions of people have not heard the Gospel, or have no idea of what it says.He brought us the second part of what we need, called the Beatitudes, but people are less aware of these than they are of the Commandments. The Commandments are like a beam we have to walk on above a shark filled tank. But the Commandments with the Beatitudes is like a nice sidewalk with a guardrail above the shark tank where we can relax, be joyful, and not be constantly worried about falling off the beam.We cannot live the Beatitudes by themselves either. We need the Commandments with the Beatitudes, otherwise we just discard the idea of sin altogether. We need to use the cheat code. There is a cheat code, but it's not as easy as what video game developers build into their systems. The way to win is to stop trying to cheat. We have to take up our cross and follow Christ. I think what people fail to understand is that Christ showed us how to live. In the devolving of Christendom, through our obsession with knowledge, we have to unlearn and invert nearly everything that our American teachers have taught us to value, from public school, to Hollywood, to government. Christ way of living is an inversion of Americanism, which is why Americanism was called out as a heresy by the Church in 1899. Pope Leo XIII didn't just go on the offensive against the errors of Karl Marx in Rerum Novarum (a prophetic encyclical that predicted all of the horrors of Communism), he also called out the errors that Thomas Jefferson gave birth to with his mistress, the “pursuit of happiness.” This might be a news flash to some: the Church is neither capitalist nor socialist. Instead, the Church is for both the Commandments and the Beatitudes. Again, Catholicism is a both/and religion, except for when it comes to ideologies - then it is neither/nor. Sometimes I think we focus on the Commandments too much and forget about the Beatitudes. A common critique of Catholics is that they are “too dogmatic,” and act like Pharisees. But oddly enough, while, yes, Jesus does scold the Pharisees frequently, the reason he does is telling. In Matthew 23, Jesus says, “The scribes and the Pharisees sit on Moses' seat; 3 therefore, do whatever they teach you and follow it; but do not do as they do, for they do not practice what they teach.”Now, this can be passed over easily, but Jesus says something really important here. The Pharisees sit on Moses' seat. The Church today refers to “the seat of Peter,” or “the chair of Peter.” The Pharisees, according to Jesus himself, have authority to interpret Sacred Scripture. This, dear reader, is why the Pharisees bear the brunt of Jesus' anger in the Gospels. God chose Moses. He chose Moses' successors, and they are the Pharisees. It is not the Sadducees, or Jesus would have said that they sit on Moses' seat. This idea of Moses' seat must be attended to. Later, in Matthew 28, Jesus says before ascending to heaven something extremely important about that authority. “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”So the Pharisees held the seat of Moses, and Jesus was given all authority in heaven and earth. But what about when he's gone? Then who has authority to interpret and defend the Word of God? Who will the Holy Spirit be with? Well, that was covered in Matthew 16:18-19. Simon was given a new name, Peter, the rock, upon who he would build his church. “And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”Let's recap here. Jesus states plainly that there is to be a Church. One Church. Peter is the leader. This is a direct commission, by name. There's not even any wiggle room on this for interpretation. Further, nothing will ever defeat the Church that is founded on Peter, even though that Church may be attacked by Hell itself. There is only one Church founded on Peter. That is the Catholic Church. Ok fine. So we know there is to be a Church. We also know that baptism is important, even critical to salvation. The Eucharist is as well, which Jesus spoke ample words about at the Last Supper and in the Bread of Life chat after feeing the 5,000. And in this verse above, we know that Confession is important because in order to “bind” and “loose” sins, you have to speak them out loud to someone. As far as I know, the Apostles could not read minds like Jesus. (Although Peter does seem to be able to in Acts with Ananias, but that's another story). In Matthew 18:18-19, Jesus also states this “binding and loosing” power. He also says that his followers must gather in Jesus' name, meaning there should be what? A meeting. “Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven. Again, truly I tell you, if two of you agree on earth about anything you ask, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.”Now, this brings me to a point about the Gospel of Matthew that has led me to many hours of pondering and displeasure, which I will write about later or this will never end. I am teeming with words here, so I need to resist commenting on the lies of 19th century German scholarship and their intentions of tearing down Matthew because of these important phrases.Let's get back to the Commandments and the Beatitudes, and why both are needed. Living by the Commandments and the Beatitudes can only come through following Jesus. You can't have one without the other. Otherwise you end up a Pharisee, a legalist on the one hand, and on the other hand you are all free-love and dope and Jesus becomes the Big Lebowski, the dude. In fact, if you watch the Big Lebowski, you can see the problems of Pharisees and libertines rather plainly. Walter is a jerk obsessed about the rules, and the Dude cares for no rules. One is all justice and is a hypocrite, and the other is a buffoon that stands for nothing. Donny, the forgotten third character, is a kind of Jesus character, and indeed, he is indirectly killed by Walter and Dude's dispute with the nihilists, which wouldn't have happened had they not both been so hell-bent on justice (Walter) and mercy (the Dude). Donny is martyred for their sins. So we need to be like Donny a bit. Humble. Peaceful. Seeking righteousness while following the rules. Ok, now forget Donny. Be like Jesus.When you wake up in the morning, surrender to God, be grateful for breath, and ask Jesus, “What are we going to do today?” To follow him requires surrender and obedience. Freedom requires forgetting the self. Let's cut to the chase: nobody loves a list of rules. Rules alone do not inspire. No one ever built a Cathedral because of a list of rules any more than the local swimming pool was built to hang up a sign of “pool rules.” Kids do not go to the swimming pool on a hot summer day to celebrate the rules. They go to the pool to play and cannonball and scream and splash. This to me is the fundamental error of the Pharisees, and Catholics can become Pharisaical quickly if they think the early Christians were gathering just to celebrate a list of rules instead of cannonballing into a pool with Christ. They came for community, beauty, joy, truth. St. Peter's Basilica and Notre Dame were not built so that we could hang up a sign that read, “No running. No glass bottles.” They were built because people experience a union with God that unshackles them from life and makes them free, in a way that the pool, or drinking, or sex, or money, or trophies can never even come close to reaching. The funny thing about the rules is that once you find that key that opens the door, and you follow Christ, only then do the rules make total sense and you actually want to follow them. You even yearn to follow them, because it would please God to do so. In fact, the pool was built for joy, but if there were no pool rules it would be chaos and no one would want to swim there. Lawless pools with loud drunks and kids running wild end up as empty pools. Suddenly, once you believe, the joy singing goes right along with the requirements of fasting. The prayer where the heart surges toward God goes right alongside Confession. That's the miracle that happens, which I will keep repeating it on this site until I move to my cave someday, following the leads of St. Benedict or St. Anthony of Egypt, where there is no internet.We're all “failures” to some degree and we deal with our human flaws in different ways. This is the problem of sin. In order to feel better, we need to elevate our side. Out of this competition, scapegoats are born. We want to scapegoat and point fingers at the failures of our opponents. The notion to blame is always inserted into our heads, put there as a thought from somewhere. I can tell you where that somewhere thought comes from. For many years I assumed thoughts came from myself, but the conception of thoughts have outer origins. It is from the devil, who is the divider and the distractor. There I said it. The devil is real. What a relief. It's nice to stop dancing around these things and just say it. The favorite, perennial scapegoat for all sides is the Church, as in the Catholic Church, because it's an easy target, and it is the main target. And I mean all sides are on the attack. Even Catholics attack the Church relentlessly, from both the liberal progressive side and the Rad-Trad side. After a while, when you see how much hatred is directed at the Church, it should start to make you wonder. Why? Why is there so much hate against the Church? Because they say that abortion is wrong? Because they say that marriage is between a man and a woman? Because they reprimanded Galileo? Because of the Crusades? There are hundreds of these reasons, but none of them are the real reason.The real reason is because God granted the Church authority on interpreting faith and morals until Jesus returns, and we really, really hate anyone telling us how to live. We hate authority. But that is exactly what Jesus claimed, and he deputized the Apostles, with Peter as the leader. Even “scripture alone” interpreters have to dance around the fact of Jesus giving the keys to Peter, and Peter being the rock of the Church. Furthermore, you have to pretend Peter never lived in Rome, and do all kind of “textual criticism” and other rain-dances to try and undo the fact that the Church was founded on Peter, and Peter's took his seat in Rome. We hate authority so much that we'll do anything to tear it down or avoid it. And this is precisely what the devil does. It's really the first line from the serpent over and over again, as he said to Eve: “Did God really say…?” That is his opening phrase and his unending hymn of rebellion. When Jesus gave Peter the keys to the Church, he chose a leader and gave him and the Apostles the authority to bind and loose sins. This is really irritating to people because it means that someone has the authority, and the reason we dislike that idea is because we, each of us, wants to be king. Thus, the claim to authority over faith and morals becomes a target just as it did in the Garden of Eden, when the authority of God was questioned and rejected. Now, I know for any of my Protestant friends who read this, they will disagree, and will assume that for 1,500 years the church was in the wrong, and only the Reformation brought Christianity back to life. But that assumes that all of the spiritual battles and bloodshed by every saint and martyr from 30 A.D. onward was for a Church on the wrong track, which to me is ludicrous. The early church was the Catholic Church, and the more I read of early Church history, the more it's clear that the doctrines in the Catechism we use today matches with what Jesus and the Apostles believed. As John Henry Neumann said, "To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant."But, even Protestants should be wary of this urge to blame Catholics, because if they pray for the demise of the Church and the Pope, you can bet that the next domino to go is your local Bible-believing neighborhood church, because the only keeper of doctrine is then in the pastor's head, or three-ring binder, or the next vote at the annual conference. Chastity is currently on the chopping block for many Protestants, and the faith of the early church is being flung aside for the spirit of the age. The long history of half-truths being told about the Catholic Church will only blow up in the face of anti-Catholic Christians in the end. Why? Because we are all, at the root, brothers in Christ. We are all drinking from the same vine. But here's my belief: the last stand of Christianity will be made in the barque of Peter, the Catholic Church, not in your local pastor's three-ring binder, or in the Southern Baptist Convention or in one of the Lutheran Synods or in the First, Second, or Third Baptist Church. And if the barque of Peter goes down, then so shall all other boats, because the focal point of the anger always lands on the Church. If the gates of hell were to prevail against the Catholic Church (which can't actually happen), then all of the denominations that came after the Catholic Church will lose the boogeyman. Then they will become the boogeyman and would crumble quickly under the weight of the world. The Church, I believe, is in the world, but is not of this world, and Jesus guaranteed that his followers would be hated, and they most certainly are. But that only encourages us to keep speaking, to keep partaking in the Sacraments, and to keep “praying to Mary and our statues” as the detractors like to say. As for the unbelievers, the “love of others” has taken precedent over the first commandment of Christ, which is to “love God.” And here's the problem with that: When love of God and his word gets put into second place and given the silver medal, then love thy neighbor attempts to take the podium, the gold. Unfortunately, this never works. There is a reason for the order. The imitation of Christ is not a game with optional modes of play, it's guidance for the salvation of your soul. So much has been forgotten in the distractions and fragmentation of modern thought. This is why you now see Pride flags outside of Methodist and ELCA churches that would make the Wesley brothers' and Martin Luther's heads explode. It's honestly hard to imagine a greater insult to their names and legacy than what has happened in their churches, but because their own step to form these churches was one of protest, it's not terribly surprising that the protestors are now protesting the earlier protestors. This again, goes back to the beginning and illustrates exactly why the odd story of the Garden of Eden has such lasting power. Obedience to God must be first. Not flags, not clubs, not organizations, and certainly nothing national or political. None of those things can provide the foundation needed. If Jesus said that not one letter of the law would be undone, meaning the Commandments, then how on earth can you skip Sunday Mass for youth sports or claim that sex outside of marriage is allowed? You can only do that if you are ignoring what Jesus says. And the Church was established to defend and follow his example. To argue against marriage and chastity means you have to throw out the Gospel, and if you start throwing out parts, you've thrown out all of it. It comes as a package. Moreover, it only makes sense as an entire package. The baby and bathwater are both out on the lawn now in those churches because they have rejected the Gospel and called it “love.” What they really mean by love is “lust.” Many people have forgotten that Jesus was a celibate man his whole life and ardently, clearly stated that there is to be one marriage in life, and if you aren't married, no sex. No one wants to hear that, but it's incredibly loud and crystal clear if we would just take a minute to open up the book and actually look at the words. The only thing the Church is saying to make people so angry is the exact words of Jesus in Mark 6. It's remarkable really, that just repeating the Gospel words, as they are written, can cause such madness among us lusty moderns. That is how you can tell that we are under a kind of slavery to the passions. The same happens when you try to take away an addict's drugs or when a wealthy person's finances collapse. When the devil finds the right bait for each of us, he keeps using it and sets the hook deep.In our era, methinks the Protesting hath gone on too long and each protesting generation tries to remake the world anew in its own desires. This is why the saying rings true that “A church that marries the age it finds itself in will find itself a widow in the next.” This is the logical conclusion of sola scriptura and sola fide. By faith alone, you can do whatever you want because you were saved fifteen years ago. With sola scriptura, you can interpret the book yourself, however you like, which is being proved out right now before our eyes. Want to throw out chastity? It's gone! Poof. Want to sacralize greed? As you wish, says Kenneth Copeland. Want to rid yourself of the Eucharist and just focus on preaching? Welcome to the party, Zwingli and all you other random people who wants to start your own church. Every heresy since Christ rose from the tomb has played out again and again, thanks to the five solas of Protestantism, but mostly because of two: sola fide and sola scriptura. You can argue yourself into any position, because, well, why not? If you're saved by your faith, actions don't matter. If traditional interpretations of scripture doesn't quite match your wants, then you can hammer it intellectually into the shape you like. Works? Works mean nothing. Works are optional. As soon as you cut out the physical, as soon as the Sacraments are not needed, you've cut the body from the soul, because the body is what carries out “works.” In fact, if there is one damning bit of evidence against Protestantism's shedding of the Sacraments it's that Covid proved that church attendance is not necessary. The internet and streaming video seems to be God's humorous way of proving that “four walls and a sermon” make not a Church, because now everyone can stay home to watch it online. Covid presented this fact in full, because a community gathering to hear a sermon is only as compelling as the speaker, and if the mouthpiece can be piped into the ear alone, then getting dressed and driving to church is not needed. With the Catholic Mass, attendance is required. You cannot do confession over Zoom, and you most certainly cannot receive the Eucharist through an iPhone. Again, body and soul are required in the Catholic Church. This is a great feature of the Church. It's worth noting that Jesus isn't here in the flesh. He is risen. So that means that we must act as the arms and legs now. He is the head of the Church, but the mystical body is important, too. We can use our individual bodies like cells of the mystical body. Our bodies can move around. We can use our bodies to feed the poor or to carry out sinful actions. Ideally, we move toward using it for God's purposes rather than our own. Socialists understand that the body is needed to do good things, so they have half of this whole thing figured out, except they deny the soul. Protestants have the soul and faith part figured out, but can't quite factor in the body because it's not really needed. Put them together and you have something more whole, body and soul, and it's called the Catholic Church. I don't believe that scripture alone or faith alone jives with the Gospel. Otherwise, when you are on your third marriage or looking at porn or having extra-marital sex, you get angry when the Church merely points out the words that Jesus said. Simply reminding others what Jesus said about marriage gets people fired up. It's not like the Church made any of this up. Jesus said these things and the Apostles wrote them down. Merely saying what Jesus said invokes rage from many unbelievers and Protestors, because they have already decided that Jesus is some watered down hippy teacher. But he's a knife that divides people. He was clearly offensive. Nice people don't get crucified. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.whydidpetersink.com

Sci-Fi 5
Star Trek: The Galileo Seven - January 5, 1967

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 5:01


Wait, the Enterprise has shuttlecraft?  Today's Sci-Fi 5 takes you back to the day that Star Trek fans first saw the episode The Galileo Seven - and forward to that Galileo shuttlecraft's final flight in Star Trek: Prodigy. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Charlynn Schmiedt Music by Devin Curry

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
Sci-Fi 5 Star Trek: The Galileo Seven - January 5, 1967

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 5:01


Wait, the Enterprise has shuttlecraft?  Today's Sci-Fi 5 takes you back to the day that Star Trek fans first saw the episode The Galileo Seven - and forward to that Galileo shuttlecraft's final flight in Star Trek: Prodigy. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Charlynn Schmiedt Music by Devin Curry

Sci-Fi 5
Star Trek: The Galileo Seven - January 5, 1967

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 5:01


Wait, the Enterprise has shuttlecraft?  Today's Sci-Fi 5 takes you back to the day that Star Trek fans first saw the episode The Galileo Seven - and forward to that Galileo shuttlecraft's final flight in Star Trek: Prodigy. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Charlynn Schmiedt Music by Devin Curry

Coffee with Samso
Delivering Success: Building a PGE Resource - Galileo Mining Limited (ASX: GAL)

Coffee with Samso

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 28:13


Coffee with Samso Episode 168 with Brad Underwood, Executive Chair and Managing Director of Galileo Mining Limited (ASX: GAL) talks about the year of Callisto.   The discovery of the Callisto PGE system in Norseman, Western Australia has all but sealed the future paths of the company. Galileo Mining is now at the resource building stage and Brad is calling 2023 the Year of Callisto.   This episode is all about where Callisto is headed in the near future.   The Galileo story has always been about finding resources. It is a rare company in the small cap mineral resource company that is focused on finding a resource that is meaningful. As we know, the amount of work is directly related to what is in the bank account. Galileo has a lot of funds in their bank account.   The reason Galileo can sustain the continuous mineral exploration activities is due to the fact that the major shareholder is Mark Creasy. You would not take very long before your Google search will tell you the caliber of this shareholder.   Galileo will continue to drill and by all accounts from the recent drilling, the grades are looking to be getting better with depth. I has suspected that the early exploration results were indicating some trend towards the east, and it is nice to see that more drilling has shown this to be true.   Brad Underwood gives us a great review of the results and what investors should take away form the Coffee with Samso. The Callisto story is a classic successful mineral exploration story of perseverance, having the faith on the science and a great management team.   DYOR is the key here for investors and shareholders. I encourage viewers to reach out to Brad Underwood and get him to explain any questions you may have from the Coffee with Samso.   Get your favourite beverage and enjoy this episode of Coffee with Samso.   Chapters:   00:00 Start 00:20 Introduction 01:28 Brad Underwood introduce Galileo Mining Limited. 02:04 Is 2023 All about Callisto ? 03:33 Brad narrates the mineralisation at Callisto. 07:41 Is the grade increasing with Depth ? 09:21 Galileo is All In on Callisto. 11:08 Proving the geological model. 11:52 What is Callisto? 13:41 How much of Callisto is still not understood ? 15:41 Galileo is all about finding resources. 17:56 How is recent results adding to the value of Callisto ? 20:30 News Flow 22:17 How should Investors view Galileo Mining Limited now ? 24:18 Can Callisto get bigger? 25:34 Why buy Galileo Mining Limited? 26:36 The exciting part of the Galileo Mining Limited 26:59 Conclusion

Thư Viện Sách Nói Có Bản Quyền
Phía Sau Tội Ác Nhân Danh Khoa Học - Tập 1 [Sách Nói]

Thư Viện Sách Nói Có Bản Quyền

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 44:20


“Nếu không có tư cách, khoa học sẽ bị diệt vong, và các nhà khoa học thiếu đạo đức thường tạo ra một nền khoa học tồi tệ.” - Einstein Bộ sách Phía Sau Tội Ác Nhân Danh Khoa Học kết hợp những câu chuyện kịch tính về khoa học cùng sự hồi hộp bất hợp pháp trong những câu chuyện tội phạm có thật. Những câu chuyện trải dài từ buổi bình minh của khoa học vào những năm 1600 đến những tội ác công nghệ cao của sau này, và chúng diễn ra khắp mọi nơi trên thế giới. Như người ta nói, kiểu cách trong đạo đức thay đổi thậm chí còn nhanh hơn kiểu cách thời trang trong quần áo, và nó sẽ khiến chúng ta phải dừng lại để biết rằng mọi người trong tương lai có thể sẽ tố cáo chúng ta vì những điều mà chúng ta thậm chí chưa bao giờ nghĩ đến. Thật không công bằng khi lên án những người trong quá khứ vì không đáp ứng được các tiêu chuẩn ngày nay, nhưng các nhà sử học đã ghi chép rằng Galileo, Newton, Bernoulli, Dalton, Mendel, và những người khác đều thao túng các thí nghiệm và/hoặc giả mạo dữ liệu theo những cách có thể khiến họ bị sa thải từ bất kỳ phòng thí nghiệm tự trọng nào ngày nay. Nhưng sẽ công bằng khi đánh giá một người vì đã vi phạm các tiêu chuẩn của thời đại của họ.Với lối viết thông minh, nhạy bén cùng sự kết hợp nhân văn giữa sự hài hước và lòng trắc ẩn đối với lịch sử của những cuộc đời kỳ lạ, Sam Kean đã tạo ra một cuốn sách tuyệt vời, một cuộc thảo luận thú vị về ý nghĩa của sự tiến bộ thực sự và cái giá phải trả của nó là một cái nhìn sâu sắc về lịch sử và tương lai.--Về Fonos:Fonos là ứng dụng sách nói có bản quyền. Trên ứng dụng Fonos, bạn có thể nghe định dạng sách nói của những cuốn sách nổi tiếng nhất từ các tác giả trong nước và quốc tế. Ngoài ra, bạn được sử dụng miễn phí nội dung Premium khi đăng ký trở thành Hội viên của Fonos: Tóm tắt sách, Ebook, Thiền định, Truyện ngủ, Nhạc chủ đề, Sách nói miễn phí cho Hội viên.--Tải ứng dụng Fonos tại: https://fonos.app.link/tai-fonosTìm hiểu về Fonos: https://fonos.vn/Theo dõi Facebook Fonos: https://www.facebook.com/fonosvietnam/Theo dõi Instagram Fonos: https://www.instagram.com/fonosvietnam/Đọc các bài viết thú vị về sách, tác giả sách, những thông tin hữu ích để phát triển bản thân: http://blog.fonos.vn/

Lo mejor de Ciencia y Cultura en iVoox
Isaac Newton - El Abrazo del Oso

Lo mejor de Ciencia y Cultura en iVoox

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 126:17


El renacimiento supuso una verdadera revolución para el conocimiento y la cultura. La ciencia despertaba y la luz que emanaron grandes genios como Copérnico o Galileo sirvió para marcar un camino que llegó a su cenit en la segunda mitad del siglo XVII, donde empezamos hoy nuestro camino, con la figura de Isaac Newton. En el programa de hoy, y junto a Francisco José García, vamos a conocer la historia del hombre que cambió para siempre la física, las matemáticas, la astronomía o incluso la óptica. Una personalidad única, con una infancia difícil que marcó su carácter, pero que quizá le impulsó a desarrollar sus capacidades al máximo para superar limitaciones que nunca detuvieron su genialidad. Todos conocemos su ley de la gravedad, pero Newton fue mucho más, logrando imprescindibles avances en las matemáticas, como el cálculo diferencial o el integral, o en la óptica, planteando las bases de la espectrografía actual. Y por supuesto la descripción de los principios que todavía hoy fundamentan la mecánica clásica o newtoniana, y que hasta la llegada de Einstein fueron el paradigma principal de las ciencias físicas. Un genio inolvidable para hoy en El Abrazo del Oso. Ayuda a El Abrazo del Oso a crear más podcasts en abierto y accede a contenidos extra pinchando en el botón apoyar aquí en iVoox. O pásate por www.patreon.com/elabrazodeloso ¡GRACIAS! Programa remasterizado originalmente emitido en OMC Radio el 20 de noviembre de 2016. www.elabrazodeloso.es www.latostadora.com/elabrazodeloso Pásate por nuestro canal de Telegram: https://t.me/+T6RxUKg_xhk0NzE0

Podcast El Abrazo del Oso
Isaac Newton - El Abrazo del Oso

Podcast El Abrazo del Oso

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 126:17


El renacimiento supuso una verdadera revolución para el conocimiento y la cultura. La ciencia despertaba y la luz que emanaron grandes genios como Copérnico o Galileo sirvió para marcar un camino que llegó a su cenit en la segunda mitad del siglo XVII, donde empezamos hoy nuestro camino, con la figura de Isaac Newton. En el programa de hoy, y junto a Francisco José García, vamos a conocer la historia del hombre que cambió para siempre la física, las matemáticas, la astronomía o incluso la óptica. Una personalidad única, con una infancia difícil que marcó su carácter, pero que quizá le impulsó a desarrollar sus capacidades al máximo para superar limitaciones que nunca detuvieron su genialidad. Todos conocemos su ley de la gravedad, pero Newton fue mucho más, logrando imprescindibles avances en las matemáticas, como el cálculo diferencial o el integral, o en la óptica, planteando las bases de la espectrografía actual. Y por supuesto la descripción de los principios que todavía hoy fundamentan la mecánica clásica o newtoniana, y que hasta la llegada de Einstein fueron el paradigma principal de las ciencias físicas. Un genio inolvidable para hoy en El Abrazo del Oso. Ayuda a El Abrazo del Oso a crear más podcasts en abierto y accede a contenidos extra pinchando en el botón apoyar aquí en iVoox. O pásate por www.patreon.com/elabrazodeloso ¡GRACIAS! Programa remasterizado originalmente emitido en OMC Radio el 20 de noviembre de 2016. www.elabrazodeloso.es www.latostadora.com/elabrazodeloso Pásate por nuestro canal de Telegram: https://t.me/+T6RxUKg_xhk0NzE0 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 369: 23 de Diciembre del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Jóvenes - ¨Ejemplos y enseñanzas¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 4:09


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA JÓVENES 2022“EJEMPLOS Y ENSEÑANZAS DE LAS ESCRITURAS”Narrado por: Daniel RamosDesde: Connecticut, Estados UnidosUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 23 DE DICIEMBRE PREOCUPACIONES COTIDIANASLe llevaron unos niños, para que pusiera las manos sobre ellos y orara, pero los discípulos los reprendieron (Mateo 19: 13).A LO LARGO DE MI MINISTERIO PASTORAL he visto la preocupación que sienten los padres por sus hijos y sus familias. En algunos casos, la inquietud nace por las amistades que rodean a los hijos, ya que estas, a veces, parecen tener más autoridad que los progenitores. En otros casos, los hijos no parecen interesarse en su futuro. Pasan los años escolares sin progreso y en el presente muestran que surgieron de sus padres toda la vida. También están aquellos hijos que sin responsabilidad sus años de adolescencia y juventud pasando su salud con vicios malsanos. Asimismo, algunos hijos parecen haber cortado todo hilo de comunicación con sus padres, y la falta de diálogo que manifiestan, los asemejan a desconocidos más que a personas de la misma sangre.¿Cómo no preocuparse por la familia, cuando estas otras y posibilidades podrían darse cuenta con aquellos que amamos? ¿Cómo no sentir que la tarea fue en vano, cuando el trabajo de toda una vida parece no dar los resultados deseados?con inquietudes de todo tipo, llegaron madres piadosas para ver a Jesús con sus pequeños en brazos. Conocían la responsabilidad que tenían al educar a sus hijos y deseaban que el Galileo intercediera ante Dios y les diera su bendición. Jesús nunca las rechazadas. Por el contrario, reprendió a sus discípulos por no mostrar cariño hacia ellas y «luego de poner las manos» (Mat. 19: 15) sobre los niños, los bendijo.A través de Elena G. White, Dios anima y conforta a todo padre con preocupaciones, al decir: «Mora Dios en cada hogar; cada palabra que se pronuncia, escucha toda oración que se eleva, siente los pesares y los desengaños de cada alma, ve el trato que recibe cada padre, madre, hermana, amigo oye vecino. Cuida de nuestras necesidades, y para satisfacerlas, su amor y misericordia fluyen continuamente [...] En su custodia podemos descansar seguros» ( Promesas para los últimos días , p. 57).¡Qué reconfortante es saber que hay un Dios que vela y se interesa por nuestras familias! Al comenzar con tus actividades del día de hoy, realiza una oración de agradecimiento por el cuidado y la preocupación que el Señor siente por tu familia.

Little News Ears - Cuddly News
News for Kids at LNE.news - Dragon Ranger Owl - What's a Disco Nanny?

Little News Ears - Cuddly News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 7:26


It's December 16, 2022. Jasper, Jarvis, and Clementine are back for this final episode of Dragon Ranger Owl of 2022. They teach kids about disco nannies, the life and death of Lily Renée Phillips, The Via Ferrata climbing routes, a Galileo forgery discovered at The University of Michigan, and camping becoming even more popular after the pandemic.

Little News Ears
News for Kids at LNE.news - Dragon Ranger Owl - What's a Disco Nanny?

Little News Ears

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 7:26


It's December 16, 2022. Jasper, Jarvis, and Clementine are back for this final episode of Dragon Ranger Owl of 2022. They teach kids about disco nannies, the life and death of Lily Renée Phillips, The Via Ferrata climbing routes, a Galileo forgery discovered at The University of Michigan, and camping becoming even more popular after the pandemic.

Tracing The Path
Episode 41: Yes, Virginia: The Canon of Santa Claus - Chapter 4

Tracing The Path

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 34:23


Thomas Nast, Charles Dickens and Francis Pharcellus Church were all important figures in the most important 53 years of Santa Claus. While Christmas Spirit was rising, the new addition of "Letters to Santa" and "Christmas Cards" changed the way Santa handled toys.  Also Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln, and even Galileo played a part.  

Hablando de Tecnología con Orlando Mergal | Podcast En Español | Discusión inteligente sobre computadoras, Internet, telé

Jennifer Granholm Hablar de adelantos científicos es una de las cosas que más hacemos en Hablando de Tecnología. pero hablar de temas como la fusión nuclear, especialmente cuando se trata de la fusión nuclear de ganancia neta positiva, es algo que no hemos hecho nunca. Y hay dos razones de peso para eso. Primero, los temas de física nuclear son altamente sofisticados y requieren de expertos altamente especializados a los que no tenemos acceso regularmente, y segundo —y más importante— este tipo de noticia no salen en los medios regularmente. Sobre todo, no de esta magnitud. El descubrimiento que acaba de anunciar el pasado martes 13 de diciembre la Secretaria de Energía de los Estados Unidos, Jennifer Granholm es comparable en magnitud al del alunizaje del Apollo 11 sobre la luna, el 20 de julio del 1969, la invención del teléfono en el 1876, las observaciones planetarias de Galileo en el 1610 y el descubrimiento del logaritmo en el 1614 y la invención del paracaídas en el 1485 por Leonardo DaVinci, a pesar de que para la época no existía el avión siquiera. Fíjate que entre descubrimiento y descubrimiento transcurrió más de un siglo, y en algunos casos ha habido siglos que han pasado sin pena ni gloria, como fue el caso del siglo 18. La fusión nuclear no es un concepto nuevo. De hecho, la bomba de hidrógeno —que tan temida es en el mundo militar— funciona a base de ese concepto. El problema hasta ahora es que se había tratado de una reacción perdidosa. es decir, que requería aplicar más energía de la que se producía. El verdadero logro de los científicos del Laboratorio Nacional de Lawrence Livermore en California, es que alcanzaron la “Ignición Mediante Fusión”, una reacción controlada en la que la energía producida sobrepasó la energía invertida. Y todo esto dentro de un ambiente contenido. ¿Y por qué esto es importante? Porque se espera que la fusión nuclear sea la contestación a la encrucijada energética que enfrenta la humanidad y que ponga punto final al uso de combustibles fósiles como lo ha hecho la humanidad hasta ahora.   Como sabes, llevo algún tiempo cogiéndolo un poco más suave con Hablando De Tecnología. No porque se me hayan agotado las ideas o el entusiasmo, sino porque he estado invirtiendo tiempo en otros proyectos como mi página de turismo Puerto Rico By GPS. Pero esta noticia era demasiado importante. Y créeme, esto sí es tecnología como la definimos en el programa “la ciencia al servicio de la humanidad”. mejor ejemplo no existe. ENLACES: • Visita la página de Puerto Rico By GPS OTROS EPISODIOS QUE TE PUEDEN INTERESAR: 11 Mitos Tecnológicos Que Suenan Creíbles 16 Mentiras Que Te Dijeron Durante La Infancia 7 Mitos Sobre La Producción de Video 7 Mitos Sobre El Empleo De Personas De La Tercera Edad 13 Realidades Sobre La Educación Universitaria [2022] 11 Mitos Sobre El Agua 7 Mitos y Realidades Sobre YouTube 4 Palabras Que El Público Odia ©2022, Orlando Mergal, MA _________________ El autor es Experto En Comunicación Corporativa (Lic. R-500), Autor de más de media docena de Publicaciones de Autoayuda y Productor de Contenido Digital Inf. 787-306-1590 • 787-750-0000 Divulgación de Relación Material: Algunos de los enlaces en esta entrada son “enlaces de afiliados”. Eso significa que si le das click al enlace, y compras algo, yo voy a recibir una comisión de afiliado. No obstante, tú vas a pagar exactamente lo mismo que pagarías al visitar al comerciante directamente y de manera independiente.  Además, yo sólo recomiendo productos o servicios que utilizo personalmente y que pienso que añadirán valor a mis oyentes. Al patrocinar los productos o servicios que mencionamos en Hablando De Tecnología contribuyes para que el programa continúe. Hago esta divulgación en cumplimiento con con el "16 CFR, Part 255" de la Comisión Federal De Comercio de los Estados Unidos "Guías Concernientes al uso de Endosos y Testimonios en la Publicidad".

Tám Sài Gòn
Review phim rạp: HUNG THỦ VÔ HÌNH, ÂM LƯỢNG HỦY DIỆT, CUỘC DIỄU HÀNH THẦM LẶNG,...

Tám Sài Gòn

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 16:16


Review các phim ra rạp từ ngày 09/12/2022 HUNG THỦ VÔ HÌNH C16 Đạo diễn: Yoon Jong-Seok Diễn viên: So Ji-Sub, Kim Yu- jin, Nana, Choi Kwang-Il Thể loại: Tâm Lý, Tội phạm Một vụ án mạng trong phòng kín, không có dấu hiệu đột nhập cũng không có sự xuất hiện của người thứ ba. Khi nghi phạm duy nhất, Yoo Min Ho (So Ji-sub) thuê luật sư nổi tiếng Yang Sin Ae (Kim Yun-jin) bào chữa cho mình, anh buộc phải kể lại toàn bộ sự thật. Cuộc đối chất căng não giữa nghi phạm và luật sư lại làm lộ ra 1 câu chuyện được sắp đặt tài tình. ÂM LƯỢNG HỦY DIỆT C13 Đạo diễn: Hwang In-Ho Diễn viên: Kim Rae Won, Lee Jong Suk, Park Byung Eun, Jung Sang Hoon, Cha Eun Woo. Thể loại: Hành Động, Hồi hộp Phim bom tấn hành động về khủng bố bằng bom phản ứng âm thanh được chế tạo bởi kẻ ẩn danh (Lee Jong Suk) với mục đích nhắm đến là cựu phó chỉ huy hải quân (Kim Rae Won). CUỘC DIỄU HÀNH THẦM LẶNG C16 Đạo diễn: Hiroshi Nishitani Diễn viên: Masaharu Fukuyama, Ko Shibasaki, Kazuki Kitamura Thể loại: Hồi hộp Tác phẩm trinh thám nổi tiếng từ nhà văn lừng danh Higashino Keigo mang tên CUỘC DIỄU HÀNH THẦM LẶNG sẽ được chuyển thể lên màn ảnh với bộ phim cùng tên, theo chân nhà vật lý học Yukawa Manabu hay còn gọi là "giáo sư Galileo". Bộ phim sẽ xoay quanh cái c.hết của một cô gái trẻ nổi tiếng. Nghi phạm của vụ án lại được phóng thích vì thiếu chứng cứ. "Giáo sư Galileo" phải trở thành vị thám tử để điều tra vụ án. JAILANGKUNG: BÚP BÊ GỌI HỒN C16 Đạo diễn: Kimo Stamboel Diễn viên: Titi Kamal, Syifa Hadju, Muzakki Ramdhan, Giulio Parengkuan, Dwi Sasono Thể loại: Bí ẩn, Kinh Dị Một câu chuyện mới trong series JAILANGKUNG cực kỳ ăn khách ở Indonesia. Gia đình cậu bé Kinan đi du lịch đến một ngôi làng, họ không biết rằng ngôi làng gần đây xảy ra nhiều vụ mất tích trẻ em vào buổi chiều tối. Hôm ấy, Kinan mất tích, gia đình tìm kiếm trong vô vọng. Trên đường đi họ tìm được con búp bê Jailangkung có khả năng liên lạc với thế giới bên kia. Và họ cũng dần nhận ra sự kỳ quặc của những người dân trong làng … Liệu họ có tìm được Kinan? Liệu họ có nên triệu hồi Jailangkung? Và những sự mất tích, tử vong của trẻ em gần đây là do thực thể siêu nhiên hay có sự nhúng tay của con người? CHÚ NGUYỀN TÁI SINH C18 Đạo diễn: James Lee Diễn viên: Alif Satar, Ikmal Amry, Abbas Mahmood Thể loại: Kinh Dị Nội dung Chú Nguyền Tái Sinh bắt đầu khi thầy giáo Nazmi (Alif Satar) trở lại quản lý ký túc xá nam sinh sau một biến cố gia đình. Do là ngày lễ nên hầu hết sinh viên đã về nhà và chỉ có 27 người ngủ lại. Nhưng anh không ngờ rằng Wari (Abbas Mahmood) cùng nhóm bạn thân đã trốn ra ngoài đi dã ngoại bên thác nước gần trường. Họ đã vô tình giải phóng một lời nguyền tàn khốc mà không hề hay biết. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support

Before IT Happened
A Robot, a Mission to Jupiter, and the Super Soaker with Former NASA Scientist Dr. Lonnie Johnson

Before IT Happened

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 40:30


Dr. Lonnie Johnson is a literal rocket scientist who also happens to be the mastermind behind the legendary Super Soaker water gun. He's also racked up over 250 patents and landed a spot in the National Toy Hall of Fame. Inventor, aerospace engineer, and entrepreneur, Dr. Johnson joins this week's episode of Before IT Happened to talk about growing up during the civil rights movement, helping build stealth bombers and rockets for NASA, and making the the idea for the Super Soaker a reality.Before any world-changing innovation, there was a moment, an event, a realization that sparked the idea before it happened. This is a podcast about that moment — about that idea. Before IT Happened takes you on a journey with the innovators who imagined — and are still imagining — our future. Join host Donna Loughlin as her guests tell their stories of how they brought their visions to life. JUMP STRAIGHT INTO:(03:10) - Growing up in Alabama during the civil rights movement - “I was obviously very in tune to what was going on in the environment because during that time segregation was legal and discrimination was legal, and so there were certain things that I knew I couldn't do.”(08:17) - Developing a passion for mechanical and nuclear engineering - “The Junior Engineer Technical Society sponsored a competition at the University of Alabama. Linox won 1st place in 1968 and we were the only black kids represented. That was a huge, huge moral victory for me personally.”(16:29) - Working on the Stealth Bomber and NASA's Galileo mission - “It was just fascinating as hell. Going to the cockpit, it reminded me of being on the USS Enterprise Star Trek.”(22:36) - The error that changed everything - “I was working on a heat pump that would use water instead of freon. So I made some nozzles and I had these small nozzles hooked up to the bathroom sink, and I shot this stream of water across the bathroom, and I thought, ‘Geez, a high-performance water gun would be a lot of fun.'”(26:16) - Becoming the ‘King of Toy Guns' - “Nerf dart guns were already on the market, but I started designing guns that were much better than what Hasbro had.” (32:42) - Inspiring the next generation of inventors - “Get involved in technology and engineering and enjoy it before it becomes something that you're afraid of.”EPISODE RESOURCES: Learn more about Dr. Lonnie Johnson and follow him on TwitterWatch CBS Sunday Morning's Mo Rocca interview Dr. Lonnie JohnsonWatch Dr. Lonnie Johnson's TEDx Talk: Revolutionary designs for energy alternativesRead Popular Mechanics: Super Soaker Inventor Aims to Cut Solar Costs in HalfLearn more about the all-solid-state batteries Dr. Johnson is developing at Johnson Energy StorageLearn more about the Thermo-Electrochemical Converter that Dr. Johnson is developing at JTEC EnergyThank you for listening! Follow Before IT Happened on

Zoom
Oživili vírus, ktorý sa ukrýval desaťtisíce rokov

Zoom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 14:49


Desaťtisíce rokov sa ukrývali v zamrznutej arktickej pôde. No zdá sa, že niektoré vírusy vedia akoby vstať z mŕtvych a výskumníci ich aj po týchto desaťtisícoch rokoch dokážu oživiť. A my pritom ani nevieme, čo všetko sa v topiacom sa permafroste ukrýva. Tento týždeň sa v podcaste Zoom pozrieme na dávny zombie vírus, ktorý sa podarilo oživiť, zistíme, či je šúpanie ovocia a zeleniny stratou času a peňazí a vyberieme sa aj do Egypta za chodbou, ktorá by mohla viesť k stratenej hrobke Kleopatry. Krátke správy z vedy Davy fanúšikov majú vplyv na rozhodnutia rozhodcov. Naznačuje to nový výskum, ktorý sa pozrel na rozhodnutia na futbalových zápasoch v kombinácii s vplyvom divákov. Ukázalo sa, že v zápasoch bez divákov sa vôbec neprejavil takzvaný efekt domácej výhody. Drobné konflikty na pracovisku môžu byť, paradoxne, užitočné. Ukázalo sa, že mierne alebo stredne vážne konflikty o pracovných otázkach môžu stres na pracovisku znižovať. Hlboké konflikty či osobné animozity, naopak, stres zvyšujú. Tektonické procesy na Jupiterovom mesiaci Európa sa nepodobajú tým na našej planéte. Vedci využili zábery z vesmírnej sondy Galileo a zistili, že platňová tektonika na telese sa líši od tej pozemskej v štyroch kľúčových bodoch. Odlišné sú aj mechanizmy, ktoré tieto ohromné pohyby hmoty poháňajú. Rozširovanie palmových fariem na olej ohrozuje biodiverzitu v Afrike a v Latinskej Amerike. Nový výskum odhaduje, že v zasiahnutých oblastiach je ohrozená tretina stavovcov na zozname ohrozených druhov. A platí to aj v regiónoch, kde by takéto rozširovanie plantáží spĺňalo nároky na nulové odlesnenie. – Všetky podcasty denníka SME si môžete vypočuť na jednom mieste na podcasty.sme.sk. – Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na podcasty@sme.sk – Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Podporte vznik podcastu Zoom a kúpte si digitálne predplatné SME.sk na sme.sk/podcast – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/suhrnsme – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Zoom.

Radio Duna - Lugares Notables
Galileo le escribe a la Duquesa de Toscana

Radio Duna - Lugares Notables

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022


1615 – Genio de la astronomía, la ingeniería y las matemáticas, Galileo Galilei le escribe a Cristina de Lorena, Duquesa de Toscana, una carta en la que plantea los términos en los que surge el problema, se refiere al pensamiento de Aristóteles y Ptolomeo y se sitúa de parte de la visión astronómica de Copérnico. Una especie de tratado de Galileo. En la voz, Bárbara Espejo.

Intersections Podcast
Dr. Mario Livio on Dissolving Boundaries in Our Hyper Specialized World

Intersections Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 65:17


In a world that celebrates specialization, what can we gain by dissolving boundaries between disciplines and exploring multitudes? What do extraordinarily creative people have in common, and what tools do they use to access breakthrough ideas and insights? What lessons can we draw from the blunders made by some of the pioneering scientists from history to pursue our own professional quests? And can these same lessons be used to reduce polarization and create a more unified world? Listen to some powerful insights on the power of dissolving boundaries from Dr. Mario Livio, in an exclusive conversation with Dr. Hitendra Wadhwa, on Intersections Podcast. Dr. Mario Livio is an internationally known astrophysicist, bestselling author, popular speaker, and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Livio has published more than 500 scientific articles, made significant theoretical contributions to topics ranging from cosmology, supernova explosions, and black holes to extrasolar planets and the emergence of life in the universe. His popular books include The Golden Ratio, Is God A Mathematician? that inspired the NOVA program “The Great Math Mystery,” which was nominated for an EMMY in 2016, Brilliant Blunders and more recently, Galileo and the Science Deniers. Dr. Livio's work is frequently featured in leading media including The Daily Show, 60 Minutes and On Being; is the former Science Advisor to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and has presented science-related topics in a number of their concerts; and has also collaborated with composer Paola Prestini in the creation of the Hubble Cantata, which was inspired by Hubble images and discoveries. In this Intersections episode, Dr. Livio reveals: The power of dissolving boundaries between disciplines and exploring multitudesWhat some of the world's most extraordinarily creative people have in common, and the tools they use to access breakthrough ideas and insightsThe lessons we can draw from the blunders made by some of the pioneering scientists from history, and how we can apply them in our own professional questsThe benefits and relevance of being a polymath in a hyper specialized worldAnd the best remedy for fear in our painfully polarized society

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 368: 04 de Diciembre del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Jóvenes - ¨Ejemplos y enseñanzas¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 4:04


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA JÓVENES 2022“EJEMPLOS Y ENSEÑANZAS DE LAS ESCRITURAS”Narrado por: Daniel RamosDesde: Connecticut, Estados UnidosUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 04 DE DICIEMBRE ¿TE CUESTA PEDIR PERDÓN?Si traes tu ofrenda al altar, y allí te acuerdas de que tu hermano tiene algo contra ti, deja allí tu ofrenda delante del altar, y ve y reconciliate primero con tu hermano, y después de eso vuelve y presenta tu ofrenda (Mateo 5: 23-24).A LO LARGO DE MI MINISTERIO he visto diferentes clases de conflictos entre los miembros de la iglesia. Algunos de esos conflictos pasaron casi desapercibidos, mientras que otros eran populares y convulsionaban a toda la feligresía.Más allá de la clase de conflicto que hubiera existido, como pastor tratado de que hubiera una reconciliación entre las partes enemistadas. No siempre era fácil, ya que el orgullo o los sentimientos heridos parecían ir en contra de cualquier tipo de arreglo. Pero gracias a Dios, algunos de esos conflictos se resolvieron rápidamente porque las partes enemistadas tenían humildad.Entre los grandes «pedidos de perdón» que registra la historia, está el que formalmente realizó el papa Juan Pablo II por siglos de atropellos y abusos cometidos en nombre de Cristo hacia miles de personas que no aceptaron el liderazgo de la Santa Sede. El corresponsal del Vaticano Luigi Accattoli describió esa confesión de «los pecados de la historia» así: «En más de quince años de su pontificado, el papa Juan Pablo II había reconocido al menos cuarenta ejemplos de pecados y errores. Había hablado, directa o indirectamente, de la responsabilidad por el trato dado a Galileo, a judíos y musulmanes [...] a Lutero, a los indígenas; las injusticias de la Inquisición, la mafia, el racismo; el integrismo religioso, el sisma y el papado, las guerras y la injusticia, y el trato hacia los negros. Tras emitir el memorando, habría pronunciamientos papales sobre las cruzadas, las dictaduras, las mujeres, las guerras religiosas y Ruanda» (Cuando un papa pide perdón: Los mea culpa de Juan Pablo II, p. 56).Esa confesión no exonerará ante Dios a los responsables a lo largo de la historia, ya que «el que peque merece la muerte. Ningún hijo pagará por el pecado de su padre, ni tampoco ningún padre pagará por el pecado de su hijo» (Eze. 18:20). Aun así, es notable que un hombre haya tenido la capacidad de admitir miles de errores y agravios que el catolicismo realizó por siglos mientras lideró la cristiandad en general.En tu caso, ¿te cuesta pedir perdón? ¿Esperas que la otra parte tome la iniciativa, o te atreves a dar el puntapié inicial para una reconciliación? Si sientes que el orgullo es más fuerte, acude a Jesús, el máximo ejemplo de humildad, para que su Santo Espíritu guíe tu vida. 

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Jupiter

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 2:14 Very Popular


The biggest moon in the solar system is an ocean world. It may have as much liquid water as all of Earth's oceans combined. Don't start looking for beachfront property, though — the ocean is buried below a hundred miles of ice. Ganymede is a moon of Jupiter. It's about 3300 miles in diameter — half again the size of our moon. And it's about three times farther from Jupiter than the Moon is from Earth. Some of its surface is covered by impact craters, while the rest features long, deep grooves. Ganymede is the only moon in the entire solar system that produces its own magnetic field. And that's key to the discovery of its buried ocean. As Ganymede rotates, the salty ocean creates an imprint on the moon's magnetic field. The Galileo spacecraft measured hints of that as it orbited Jupiter. But it got only brief glimpses as it sped past Ganymede. Hubble Space Telescope got a better idea by looking at Ganymede's aurora — like the northern lights here on Earth. Interactions between the magnetic fields of Ganymede and Jupiter cause the aurora to rock back and forth. The size of that rocking motion hints at the internal ocean, and even provides some of the details about it — a deep ocean on a giant moon. Jupiter is close to our Moon tonight. It looks like a brilliant star. Binoculars reveal Ganymede and Jupiter's three other big moons. They look like tiny stars lined up near the solar system's biggest planet.   Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Not Just the Tudors
Huygens: Europe's Greatest Scientist

Not Just the Tudors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 37:57


Christiaan Huygens was the greatest scientist working in the vital period between Galileo and Newton, as the scientific revolution gathered pace. He discovered Saturn's ring, invented the accurate pendulum clock, and devised a wave theory of light far ahead of its time.In this edition of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks to author Hugh Alderney-Williams to find out more about Huygens and why — more even than Newton — he can be called the father of modern science. This episode was edited and produced by Rob Weinberg. For more Not Just The Tudors content, subscribe to our Tudor Tuesday newsletter here >If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Bible Geeks Daily Download
"Happy Debtors"

Bible Geeks Daily Download

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 2:28


What's GoodLower Yourself to Lift Up OthersRead or WatchWhat's the perfect foil for a Beast? How about a handsome but arrogant villain? When Gaston calls himself "a specimen," brags about cheap shots, and invites Belle to admire his trophies, he seems silly until he self-servingly commits Belle's father and incites a mob. We know a villain when we see selfish pride. It's why we loathe the Dursleys, despise Prince Humperdinck, and find satisfying justice in the demise of Esther's real-life nemesis, Haman. Because, at our core, we admire those who humbly lower themselves while lifting up others. It's another noble virtue worth celebrating.The Big IdeaWhen we lift ourselves above others, we forget that our King lowered himself for us. The Lord of Lords is "gentle and lowly in heart" (Matt. 11:29). What an unexpected path to the top Jesus illuminates! We don't climb over others; we hold them up! "If anyone would be first, he must be last of all and servant of all" (Mark 9:25).Galileo challenged the belief that the universe revolves around our world. Four hundred years later, some still think they're the center of the universe. The delusion that everyone owes you makes life a battle for what's yours. But we deserved death, Jesus paid what he didn't owe, and everything changed because of that gift (Rom. 6:23). We're happy debtors, loving others and sharing the gift (Rom. 1:15; 13:8). Narcissism stains our politics, entertainment, and interactions. Pride is fashionable, but we can still find humility. We can show our kids a first responder's selflessness or an expert who keeps listening (Prov. 1:5), staying "open to reason" (James 3:14-17).Where pride looks out for "number one." Humility looks "not only" to your "own interests but also to the interests of others" (Phil. 2:4). Seeing others as equals, we consider them significant, sharing the glory of Christ's lowliness (Phil. 2:3-11). Andrew Murray rightly calls humility "the disappearance of self in the vision that God is all."The Big QuestionWill you be a "servant of all" today?Support the Show

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame
S7 Ep27: Alice Fearn & Simon Bailey

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 55:25


West End stars Alice Fearn and Simon Bailey join us for a very special, double trouble episode!Alice and Simon are both part of the workshop cast of Footballers Wives, and feature on the musical's cast recording which is out now. Footballers Wives has a book by Maureen Chadwick, co-creator of the original TV series, with music and lyrics by Kath Gotts. Alice and Simon play Tanya and Jason Turner.The duo are also set to perform a concert together, The Last (1)5 Years at the Theatre Cafe on Sunday 4th December. Alice and Simon will perform songs from Footballers Wives alongside some other musical theatre numbers and Christmas tunes. Alice and Simon first met when they were part of the West End production of Les Miserables for the 21st anniversary at the Queen's (now Sondheim) Theatre. Alice was understudying Fantine and Cosette with Simon playing Enjolras. Alice is currently playing Beverley Bass in Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre), following an acclaimed run as Elphaba in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre). Her credits also include: Nancy in Oliver! (Watermill Theatre), Renee and understudy Christine/Muriel in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Savoy Theatre), Gingy/Sugar Plum Fairy and understudy Princess Fiona in Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), understudy Dolly in Annie Get Your Gun (Young Vic), Rapunzel and understudy Cinderella in Into The Woods (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre) and understudy Laura in The Woman in White (Palace Theatre). Simon recently completed his run as The Duke in the original West End production of Moulin Rouge (Piccadilly Theatre). His West End credits also include: Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket & London workshop), Tommy DeVito in Jersey Boys (Piccadilly Theatre & UK Tour), Liam O'Deary in I Can't Sing! (London Palladium), Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Gillian Lynne), understudy Galileo in We Will Rock You (Dominion), Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's), Passion (Donmar Warehouse) and Romeo & Juliet The Musical (Piccadilly).Alice previously did an episode of In The Frame with Adrian Hansel last year during season four, whilst Simon recorded our 100th episode earlier this year as part of season six.The Footballers Wives cast recording is out now. You can see The Last (1)5 Years at the Theatre Cafe on Sunday 4th December. Visit www.thetheatrecafe.co.uk for info and tickets. Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. @AndrewTomlins32  Thanks for listening! Email: andrew@westendframe.co.uk Visit westendframe.co.uk for more info about our podcasts.  

The Dispassionate Observer Podcast Series
Free Thinking, By Master Zi and Vindesh

The Dispassionate Observer Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 57:50


This week Master Zi and Vindesh discuss the liberation and liability of being a free thinker.  When we look back in history, we often find that people who dared to invent and innovate, were often on the fringe of society.  Galileo was punished for believing the earth wasn't flat and set out to prove it.  He became an outcast.  We need to be challenged to evolve and Zi talks about the repercussions of not changing.  Just asking questions begins the process and they discuss why the current cultural landscape is not set up for evolution.

The Nextlander Watchcast
Star Trek: Shore Leave and The Galileo Seven

The Nextlander Watchcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 83:38


Wacky vacation worlds and big hairy men with spears are on the menu for this week's Watchcast, as we beam down to the bizarre pleasure planet of Shore Leave, and crash a shuttle craft into The Galileo Seven! CHAPTERS: (00:00:00) - NOTE: Some timecodes may be inaccurate in versions other than the ad-free Patreon version due to dynamic ad insertions. Please use caution if skipping around to avoid spoilers. Thanks for listening.(00:00:15) - Intro.(00:02:38) - Our first ridiculous episode of the week: Shore Leave!(00:03:38) - What exactly is a Yeoman's job? Also, talk about a casual workplace.(00:06:40) - This is one kooky planet.(00:07:41) - The production history of the episode, and Gene Roddenberry's post-vacation headache.(00:13:58) - Irishmen and tigers and handguns, oh my!(00:16:41) - It's high time we got to the bottom of what Gene's beef with the Irish is all about.(00:21:41) - It's Bones' turn for some inappropriate workplace romance.(00:25:04) - If it hasn't been said previously, let us state emphatically for the record: this is all very stupid.(00:30:04) - People are dying, and weird goopy mannequins are doing the killing.(00:31:47) - The weird power drains, and the eventual reveal.(00:39:15) - Final thoughts on Shore Leave.(00:41:35) - Break!(00:41:56) - We're back, and it's time to get some people killed in The Galileo Seven!(00:47:41) - Continuing to educate Vinny on the many quirks of Star Trek tech and transporters.(00:50:18) - It's time for Spock to take command!(00:54:35) - Oh right, production notes!(00:57:09) - Big spears! Big shields! Big hairy men! I love it!(00:59:31) - Turns out logic may not be enough to get through this.(01:06:15) - Boma really needs to lay off this obsession with burying the dead.(01:08:15) - Captain Kirk has no use for bureaucrats and their schedules.(01:10:28) - There are some VERY funny shots in this episode.(01:13:09) - Sometimes the most logical move is to abandon logic.(01:16:50) - Two men are dead! Hah!(01:21:16) - Outro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Anomalous Podcast Network
Avi Loeb - The Galileo Project, UFO's over Ukraine & Papua New Guinea Meteor

Anomalous Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 58:33


The goal of the Galileo Project is to bring the search for extraterrestrial technological signatures of Extraterrestrial Technological Civilizations (ETCs) from accidental or anecdotal observations and legends to the mainstream of transparent, validated and systematic scientific research. This project is complementary to traditional SETI, in that it searches for physical objects, and not electromagnetic signals, associated with extraterrestrial technological equipment. As well as being the head of the Galileo Project, Avi Loeb is the Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science, Harvard Astronomy Department Director, Institute for Theory and Computation, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Founding Director, Black Hole Initiative (BHI), Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Galileo Project website: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/galil... Avi's Opinion Essays:  https://lweb.cfa.harvard.edu/~loeb/Op... Support the Galileo Project: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/galil... !! SUPPORT DISCLOSURE TEAM !! Become a YouTube member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMEn... Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/disclosureteam Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/disclosu... Disclosure Team Merch: https://disclosureteam.bigcartel.com/ Disclosure Team Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/disclosure_... Disclosure Team Twitter: https://twitter.com/disclosureteam_ Disclosure Team is part of the Anomalous Podcast Network: https://audioboom.com/channels/5069292 Vinnie Adams is an abassador for UAP Society: https://uapsociety.com/ DISCLAIMER: FAIR USE NOTICE: This video MAY contain copyrighted material, the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Disclosure Team distributes this material for the purpose of news reporting, educational research, comment, and criticism, constituting Fair Use under 17 U.S.C § 107. Intro Music: • Track Title: Yearning • Available at: https://youtu.be/j-UlkEjDAOA • Beat by Chris Hayes Music

Trek Talking
Episode 499 - Star Trek Prodigy "All the World's a Stage" review

Trek Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 115:00


Episode 499 - Uncle Jim and his Treksperts discuss Star Trek Prodigy - "All the World's a Stage" what really happened to the Galileo shuttle, and Gaetano? Find a convention in your area with Convenion Calendar. Who do you share a birthday with, we'll tell you on Star trek Birthday's. We thank our fans for listening on fan shout-outs. Picard props/costume up for auction, whd did fans hate Dr. Pulaski, Zoe Saldana on why Star Trek 4 has stalled, who may be doing a surprise cameo n Picard season 3, and fan score of this weeks Prodigy episode. Call 646-668-2433 to join the fun, and visit www.trektalking.com. Let's see what's out there... ENGAGE!

Starfleet Underground
Live Logs and Proper

Starfleet Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 70:59


A Galileo shuttle has crashed on a planet full of people who love to cosplay. The Protostar detects a distress signal that brings the kids to the planet where Starflight inhabitants Live Log and Proper. Is that a typo? Nope! #StarTrek #Prodigy #Protostar -Brought to you by Section 31- Episode 149 00:30 Not a Kink Date 00:50 Cocooned 01:10 Daniel Craig! 01:20 Wings 01:40 Sending Seniors 02:00 Big HERO 02:40 Welcome to the Show! 02:55 NO KIDS 03:20 #1's Away 04:20 Captain's doing the recap AGAIN 04:45 Thanks Patreons! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Get some MERCH - https://starfleet-underground.creator-spring.com 05:00 Analytics: WE SEE YOU SEEING US! 05:30 Analytics: WE KNOW WHAT YOU LIKE TO CLICK! ;-) 06:09 Spock's Shocker 06:30 (you mean hairy?) 07:00 Film VS Video 07:30 The Science Guy? 07:40 It was Almost Live https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9QwCVBENHM 08:15 Checking Corrections 08:46 Trek Twitter Evacuation? And Mastodon? https://www.newsweek.com/leaving-elon-musk-twitter-star-trek-1758710 18:10 Stop Talking About This! 19:05 Tucker Bashing 20:00 News! Shuttlepod Show Returns November 27! https://www.shuttlepodshow.com/ 20:40 Star Trek Shopping at Macy's! https://www.macys.com/shop/featured/star-trek?fbclid=IwAR2Ns86txWM3xmuRXOxFVpv2e1vOLMogbITVNCW1k3FqDJEHikEXBsxrTiY 21:21 Trek Movie interview with Prodigy Writer Aaron Waltke https://trekmovie.com/2022/11/11/interview-star-trek-prodigy-writer-aaron-waltke-on-red-shirts-galileos-fate-and-the-spirit-of-starfleet/ 22:00 Nichelle Nichols' Dress - https://www.dailystartreknews.com/read/nichelle-nichols-iconic-star-trek-costume-to-be-part-of-afrofuturism-exhibit 23:58 Star Trek: Prodigy S1E13 "All The World's A Stage" 24:30 Act I - Manhunt? Shouldn't it be called a Personhunt? 25:18 Dal's come a long way! 25:25 Murf Ate Something Bad 26:40 Pog Gets Stunned 26:50 Cosplayers! 27:21 WTF is Starflight? 27:43 Live Logs and Proper 28:30 Re-Enactment Time! 30:30 Shakespeare! 31:00 Garrovick's story 32:10 Galileo On My Christmas Tree 32:30 Cue the Sick Girl 34:40 Act II 35:30 Curses Aren't Real 35:50 Boundaries! 36:44 Starflight Is About Exploring 37:25 Do You Believe? 38:20 Never Fear The Truth 39:30 It's The Galileo! 40:40 Let The Cosplayers Fly The Ship! 41:20 Custom Bridge Interface 43:00 I Know Unix! 43:50 Hope, When I Lost All Hope 44:44 New Play! 45:15 Cosplaying Heart's In The Right Place 45:45 Star Trek Conventions and Cosplay 52:41 What's going on with Murf? 1:04:15 Cosplayers Make A Difference Thanks for listening! Get some MERCH - https://starfleet-underground.creator-spring.com Patreon - https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: thecollective@starfleetunderground.com Website: https://starfleetunderground.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: https://instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: https://facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 Explicit

J House Podcast
Modern Galileo & Searching For The 9th Planet | Mike Brown

J House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 18:20


YouTube version: https://youtu.be/mhMf0ZJE1m0  Leave a review or listen to our podcast at the following platforms: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/j-house-podcast/id1513638805 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6NwNzAGuTosuA860u2LbuQ?si=n1pusi_VQIilFVOwkJFltg Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2pob3VzZXBvZGNhc3QvZmVlZC54bWw&ved=2ahUKEwjJ84OJienpAhVdRTABHXYOCkwQ4aUDegQIARAC&hl=en-PR Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/j-house-podcast  

Our Fake History
Episode #165- What Was The Galileo Affair? (Part III)

Our Fake History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 Very Popular


There is a story that as Galileo stood in front of the Inquisition and listened as they declared that the Earth did not revolve around the Sun, he whispered under his breath "and yet, it moves". This moment of defiance has been celebrated as Galileo's true "martyr" moment. But, there is no way that Galileo ever said that. While the official records produced by the Inquisition might make it seem like the "Galileo Affair" had been about the question of the Earth's motion, a closer look at the affair reveals that it was for more complicated (and personal) than that. Galileo did not valiantly defend his beliefs until he was threatened with torture. In fact, he argued to the end that he had been misunderstood and that he had never truly believed that the Earth circled the Sun. So why was Galileo "vehemently suspected of heresy"? Tune-in and find out how Pope poetry, cheeky character names, and the last great wrangle all play a role in the story.

The Thomistic Institute
Was Galileo A Heretic? The Galileo Affair and Why It Still Matters Today | Dr. Nuno Castel-Branco

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:18


This talk was given on September 27, 2022 at Trinity College Dublin. For more information please visit, thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Nuno Castel-Branco is a historian of science and research fellow at the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin, Germany. He completed his Ph.D. in the History of Science at Johns Hopkins University in May 2021. He also received an M.Sc. in Physics from the University of Lisbon (ISTécnico). His current research focuses on the emergence of the new sciences in seventeenth-century Europe through the career of Nicolaus Steno, an anatomist who converted to Catholicism and was beatified by John Paul II. He also studies the development of Jesuit science in early modern Iberia. He has won several awards in Europe and the United States, such as a Fulbright Fellowship and a Huntington Exchange Fellowship at Oxford University. His writings have been accepted for publication in several journals including Early Science and Medicine, Renaissance Quarterly, and Scientific American.

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket
Introducing LogRocket's Galileo

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 7:50


Today, we have a message from LogRocket, the company behind PodRocket. LogRocket CEO, Matthew Arbesfeld, and Senior Engineering Manager, Renzo Lucioni, sit down to talk about LogRocket's new machine learning layer Galileo. Galileo cuts through the noise of traditional monitoring and analytics tools, proactively scanning your applications to surface the most critical issues impacting your users. Links https://logrocket.com/features/galileo (https://logrocket.com/features/galileo) https://lp.logrocket.com/lp/galileo-beta (https://lp.logrocket.com/lp/galileo-beta) What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today (https://logrocket.com/signup/?pdr). Special Guest: Renzo Lucioni .

Our Fake History
Episode #164- What Was The Galileo Affair? (Part II)

Our Fake History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 Very Popular


Galileo is often credited with inventing the telescope, but he never made that claim. He simply whipped up his own take on the device and sold it to the Republic of Venice before his Dutch competitors could beat him to the punch. Galileo also gets credit for being the first person to point the telescope at the night sky. This is also untrue, but when he did start observing the moon, stars, and planets, his observations would turn astronomy on its head. In 1610 Galileo published Sidereus Nuncius, a short book outlining what had appeared to him through the lens of his telescope. The myth of Galileo would have us believe that these groundbreaking discoveries immediately put him in the crosshairs of Inquisition, but that wasn't really the case. Galileo's discoveries were celebrated by many clergymen, including the Pope, when they were first published. It would be more than two decades later when he found himself on trial for heresy. What changed? Tune-in and find out how angry Dutchmen, crystal spheres, and the Sages of the Order, all play a role in the story.