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Transition to new manufacturing processes in Europe and the United States, in the 18th-19th centuries

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Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 1 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:11


Part 1 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 2 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:09


Part 2 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 3 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:11


Part 3 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 4 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 44:49


Part 4 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 5 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 44:41


Part 5 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 6 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:04


Part 6 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 7 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 44:28


Part 7 -- Hitchhiker's Guide to Beating the GREAT RESET and Avoiding Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and ALL the Weirdos Behind the 4th Industrial Revolution. Maria Albanese is Back & Joins Paine. Wild Episode Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis
Walker Hanlon: The Industrial Revolution and the Rise of the Engineer

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


In the field of economic history, the causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution loom large. Competing theories point to the role of institutions, scientific achievements, and bourgeois ideas. Setting aside the origins of industrialization, another open question concerns the mechanisms by which modern economic growth emerged. To delve into that question, I’ve brought on W. Walker Hanlon... Source

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Political Economy with James Pethokoukis: Walker Hanlon: The Industrial Revolution and the Rise of the Engineer

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


In the field of economic history, the causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution loom large. Competing theories point to the role of institutions, scientific achievements, and bourgeois ideas. Setting aside the origins of industrialization, another open question concerns the mechanisms by which modern economic growth emerged. To delve into that question, I’ve brought on […]

Crazy Town
The Stopwatch of Doom: How the Cult of Productivity Torpedoes Sustainability and Equity

Crazy Town

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 53:53


Welcome to the dehumanizing world of scientific management, where business gurus and middle managers view workers as resources, and where a cult-like devotion to productivity has invaded almost all facets of daily life. From fairy tales about strapping steel workers who put CrossFit champions to shame, to the plight of Amazon warehouse workers who can't even get a bathroom break, we've got stories that expose the dark side of the efficiency fetish. Grab your stopwatch and a pee bottle so you can listen to this episode as efficiently as possible! For episode notes and more information, please visit our website.Support the show

Front Row
Top Gun Maverick, Joseph Wright of Derby Painting, Kingsway Tram Subway, Louise Erdrich

Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:21


36 years after playing pilot Pete Mitchell in the first Top Gun film, Tom Cruise returns to the role. Now Mitchell is one of the US Navy's top aviators, a courageous test pilot and instructor. He can dodge planes in the air but avoiding the advancement in rank that would ground him proves more difficult for him. Larushka Ivan Zadeh reviews the film. Joseph Wright of Derby was a fine portrait painter but is best known as the first artist to paint scenes of the Industrial Revolution and its scientific processes, such as in his most famous work, An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Today one of his paintings, in a private collection since 1772, became the centre piece of the Joseph Wright collection at Derby Museums and Art Gallery. On one side there is a self-portrait, on the other a study for An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Curator Lucy Bamford explains why this is such a significant acquisition. So that the exhibits are not confined to within the museum building, London Transport Museum is running guided tours of the Kingsway Tram Tunnel in Central London. Opened in 1906 the last tram ran through it in 1952. Since it was abandoned it has been a secret space in the heart of the city. Samira visits the tunnel with transport historian Tim Dunn and Siddy Holloway of the London Transport Museum and discovers part of the capital's hidden heritage. Louise Erdrich is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band and of Chippewa, and is the latest of our authors shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2022 for The Sentence. The novel is about a bookshop, a haunting, and the events that unfurled in Minneapolis between All Souls' Day in 2019 and 2020, including of course the death of George Floyd. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Julian May

CFR News & Sports
The Class System, Propaganda, Materialism With The Amish Inquisition

CFR News & Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 77:17


We catch up with The Amish Inquisition for a wide ranging conversation looking at our current culture, with a healthy dose of nostalgia thrown in for good measure.  Topics Discussed - Astrotheology, Research Techniques, Caste System, Class System, Columbia, Swingers, Social Conditioning, Propaganda, Programming, Face Masks, Manipulation, NLP, Scariants, Network, Man Of The Land, Stealth Tax, Carbon Credits, The Great Reset, 4th Industrial Revolution, Ownership, Materialism, Kids TV, The Mysterious Cities Of Gold, On Demand, Yuppies, Telephone Boxes, Privatisation, Corruption, Inequality, Transparency, Principles, Career Politicians, Serco, G4S, Censorship, Alternative Platforms..... SPONSORED BY https://www.instagram.com/supremeoftheuk/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/cfr_news/?hl=en Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Email - theamishinquisition@gmail.com Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA

Jewish History Uncensored
6 | Hatam Sofer

Jewish History Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 70:15


Welcome to Jewish History Uncensored, with Marc Shapiro. A weekly podcast from Torah in Motion. This is series 7: Rabbi Moses Schreiber, certainly more well known by the name of his responsa, The Hatam Sofer.The Hatam Sofer led his community through gargantuan historical events including the Napoleonic Wars, the Industrial Revolution, and monumental turning points in Jewish life, like the beginnings of Reform Judaism and the growth of the Jewish Enlightenment. His respona are still cited, and his reactionary positions remain very influential. Please enjoy this 8 part series. This is episode 6.

Success That Lasts
Harmonizing Real Wealth

Success That Lasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:11


In this solo episode of Success That Lasts, Jared Siegel discusses the concepts of harmony and balance. He defines different types of capital and how they intersect to create real wealth.  Harmony is nuanced, Jared shares, requiring some level of skillful and simultaneous execution. To be well-coordinated, harmony needs balance and complexity. Jared explores what that looks like in wealth planning. A family's human capital includes its individual family members' physical and emotional health, as well as their resilience - their ability to learn, grow and adapt. Their relational capital reflects each member's ability to discuss difficult topics together or to collaborate in complex efforts. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, wealth transfer was more about the transfer of wisdom and opportunities, not necessarily money. “If you inherited your family's land, you were still required to work. You had to [put in the] effort, sacrifice and grind… to actually generate income that you and your family could live on ,” Jared explains.  Financial capital is merely a tool - nothing more, nothing less. It's neither good nor bad, but it really begs the question - what are you trying to accomplish with your wealth? Resources Jared Siegel on LinkedIn | Twitter Email: jsiegel@delapwa.com  DelapCPA.com

Robert McLean's Podcast
Quick Climate Links: Listen to Sarah Wilson and hear about how to 'vote climate'

Robert McLean's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:20


Visit Sarah Wilson's podcast, "Wild" and hear about how to 'vote climate' on "THIS WILD ELECTION: EP 8, How to #voteclimate, with Richie Merzian". Today's Melbourne Age carries a fascinating, and critical piece, from the paper's Economics Editor, Ross Gittkins - "In this election, one critical issue stands above all others". Other Quick Climate Links for today are: "Greenhouse effect: Palms and lavender replace hollyhocks in British gardens"; "Scottish Power boss urges Sunak to take swift action on energy bills crisis"; "Endangered tree seedlings planted in secret locations on NSW north coast"; "Scotland at the forefront of the 5th Industrial Revolution"; "Every great vision starts with a blueprint."; "Record downpours to bring new flood risks to Qld, NSW"; "#VoteForOurFuture"; "Solar Power Offers Puerto Ricans a Lifeline but Remains an Elusive Goal"; "Volunteer pilots rescue sea turtles stunned by cold water"; "It's time to rapidly rethink the climate crisis"; "Smart Strategies for Living in a Planetary Crisis"; "How a volcanic bombardment in ancient Australia led to the world's greatest climate catastrophe"; "Analysis of 5,500 apartment developments reveals your new home may not be as energy efficient as you think"; "Without a better plan, New Zealand risks sleepwalking into a biodiversity extinction crisis"; "Marine life will face mass extinction if oceans continue to warm"; "Chart: Lithium prices are through the roof this year"; "On an Endangered River, Another Toxic Disaster Is Waiting to Happen"; "Exclusive: Hyundai plans U.S. EV plant, in talks with Georgia"; "Climate limit of 1.5C close to being broken, scientists warn"; "$24 billion to halt extinction crisis promised by Greens through a 'billionaires tax"; "Cannon-Brookes warns ‘rebel alliance' is building against AGL's board"; "Salmon company Huon Aquaculture used underwater explosives more than 8,000 times to deter seals"; ''Glass Lewis recommends vote against Woodside Petroleum's climate plan"; "Will you ask your MP now for urgent climate action to protect Australians' health?"; "PM's department cited caretaker mode to encourage delay of coral bleaching report"; "Friends of the Earth Australia"; "What we can learn from weeds"; "Analysis: When might the world exceed 1.5C and 2C of global warming?"; "Varadkar says no farmers will be told to stop farming or reduce herd size"; "ResourceSmart Schools Awards – 2022 Finalists"; "A climate-resilient net-zero emissions economy by 2050"; "I'm Alex Steffen. I try to live well, see far and be a good ancestor"; "This is what the world's first floating city will look like"; "Global cement industry announces new programme of support for sustainable technologies"; "J.P. Morgan leads $200M investment in Arcadia's clean-energy platform"; "How California can get to a reliable, 85% clean grid by 2030"; "Chart: Lithium prices are through the roof this year"; "Senior home builds a social and eco-friendly community"; "Seattle apartment is an imaginative response to urban growth"; "CANON headquarters features modular, energy-efficient design"; "Why Preserving Forest Integrity Is As Vital As Preventing Deforestation"; "Climate Change Is Harming the Planet Faster Than We Can Adapt, U.N. Warns"; "Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability"; "Climate change: a threat to human wellbeing and health of the planet."; "Postcards from the frontlines of climate change"; "Coral bleaching in Great Barrier Reef linked to 'marine heatwave'"; "Vanuatu's push for legal protection from climate change wins crucial support"; "Woodside and fishing lobby planned to dump structure with toxic chemicals near Ningaloo"; “Limited time to do something”: Experts call for quick switch to zero-emissions transport"; "‘Devastating': 91% of reefs surveyed on Great Barrier Reef affected by coral bleaching in 2022"; "6 Things to Know About Direct Air Capture"; "Beyond Highways: Funding Clean Transportation through the US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law"; "Australia's future depends on science. Here's what our next government needs to do about it"; "Australia could rapidly shift to clean transport – if we had a strategy. So we put this plan together"; "Young voters will inherit a hotter, more dangerous world – but their climate interests are being ignored this election"; "Climate Conscious Leadership"; "Climate Change Is Straining California's Energy System, Officials Say"; "So You Want to Buy an Electric Car. Where Are You Going to Charge It?"; "India's Unbearably Hot Schools Show We Must Climate-Proof Education"; "Zelenskiy calls for end to blockade of Odesa port to prevent global food crisis"; "Apartment building retrofits can help the climate and save tenants money"; "The Next Economy"; "What Regions Need on the Path to Net Zero". Enjoy "Music for a Warming World". Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/climateconversations

The Smart City Podcast
Learn About JBG Smith and the Nation's First 5G Smart City at Scale in National Landing

The Smart City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:35


Listen to an insightful discussion about JBG Smith's Digital Infrastructure Platform being deployed at National Landing , VA directly from JBGS' Vardahn Chaudhry, Vice President Smart Cities & Digital Infrastructure and Adam Rashid, Senior Vice President .U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) said “I am thrilled to see this collaboration of leading private sector organizations to promote 5G deployment. American competitiveness in the deployment of 5G networks – and innovation in the emerging technologies 5G unlocks – remain key to our national and economic security interest.  As a proud Virginian, I am excited to see National Landing emerge as our first 5G community – and I look forward to wider deployment across the Commonwealth. This collaboration can be a blueprint for how digital infrastructure is deployed, and I am heartened by the prospects of the innovation this may unlock to advance our country's competitiveness globally.” National Landing is a submarket nearly the size of Williamsburg Brooklyn, and an existing office density greater than downtown Austin, TX.  The submarket is in Arlington, VA and is home to Amazon's HQ2 and Virginia Tech's $1 billion STEM innovation campus. At full build-out National Landing will consist of over 30 million SF of mixed-use real estate, including office, residential, retail, public parks, and multi-modal transportation options. JBGS owns or controls nearly 70% of the existing and developable real estate in this submarket. JBGS is deploying a robust digital infrastructure platform across National Landing that is purpose-built to stimulate innovation.National Landing digital infrastructure platform will be the first of its kind in the nation and will be a blueprint for innovation districts across the globe going forward. The component parts of the platform include:Fiber – Redundant/ubiquitous fiber with pre-wired fiber connections to nearly all buildings, public areas, and street furniture.Edge Data Centers – Two urban edge data centers, acting as easy on-ramps to the cloud, locations for edge computing, and hubs for carriers & data aggregation.Ubiquitous outdoor & Indoor 5G (MmWave and Mid-band) – True 5G at the mid and high band, allowing for Massive IoT Connection, Multi-gigabit speeds, and ultra-reliable low latency across the submarket.Private Licensed Spectrum – JBGS controls 70MHz of private CBRS mid-band spectrum and will offer it to innovative users to enable private 5G networks for testing and scaling products on private secure cellular wireless networks.Taken together, the JBGS digital infrastructure platform enables and unlocks the potential of the 4th Industrial Revolution and industries including Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, and Cloud/Edge computing.While other innovation districts have focused on building clusters for traditional “placed-based” innovation, in National Landing we are combining traditional place-based innovation with the digital infrastructure required for the industries that are at the forefront of our nation's economic growth, competitiveness, and national security.With JBGS' digital infrastructure platform as the foundation for innovation for industry 4.0, JBGS is inviting, creating, and curating partnerships with key technology ecosystem participants to accelerate innovation in this city of the future. 

Mission Focused Men for Christ
Parent's Day Instead of Mother's Day?

Mission Focused Men for Christ

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 26:22


Episode Summary: In some school districts in America Mother's Day has been targeted by the cancel culture crows. Some schools have decided to have a gender-neutral Parents' Day or Family Day instead. We might laugh at this extreme or get angry, but this episode examines how the gender-neutral movement is harming the daughters of our homes, churches, and nation.For Further Prayerful ThoughtWhy does the gender-neutral movement and devaluing of motherhood harm a teen girl today?In the struggle of women to balance their call to use their gifts vocationally and use their gifts to nurture their children, how would you explain the role of the Industrial Revolution? How can this knowledge prevent us from the legalism that a woman should not work outside the home, or the worldly ide a that she must have a career outside the home to be fulfilled?In your circles, how can you support women who are wrestling with both the calling to be at home with their kids and good stewards by using their gifts outside the home? How might honoring mothers but also women who are not—for their incredibly precious nurturing hearts warm the hearts of single and childless women?Feedback to the Host: Pease feel free to contact me at gyagel@forgingbonds.org with push back, questions about resources, other resources or additional ideas about how to help Christ's men better be equipped for their mission. For the printed version of this message click here.For a summary of topics addressed by podcast series, click here.For FREE downloadable studies on men's issues click here.

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast
#126 Out of Controls (Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying DarkHorse Livestream)

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 112:13


In this 126th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. This week, we discuss science, Covid, vaccines, sunlight, and sophistry. New research suggests that adenovirus-vectored vaccines (e.g. J&J, AstraZeneca) reduce all-cause mortality, but that mRNA vaccines (e.g. Pfizer, Moderna) do not. What are the implications of this? What kinds of vaccines are recommended and effective, and how can someone not trained in thinking about these things know? We also discuss the role of vitamin D in Covid outcomes, as well as NIR (Near Infrared Radiation), which we primarily get from being outside. Since before the Industrial Revolution, our exposure to NIR has declined dramatically—we spend less time outdoors, and now even our lightbulbs and the glass in our windows limits how much NIR we receive, but it turns out that we need it. What else do we need that we don't yet know about? Finally, we discuss the place for sophistry: in the classroom, where students can learn how to respond, so as to be better thinkers and citizens of the world. ***** Support the sponsors of the show: Seed: Start a new healthy habit today with Seed probiotics. Visit https://seed.com/darkhorse, and use code darkhorse, to get 20% off your first month of Seed's DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic. Eight Sleep: Personalized thermoregulation while you sleep, and when you wake. Eight Sleep's amazing Pod Pro Cover (for your mattress) is $150 off at www.eightsleep.com/darkhorse Allform: Get 20% off any order (of a beautiful sofa) from Allform at https://allform.com/darkhorse. ***** Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is available everywhere books are sold, and signed copies are available here: https://darvillsbookstore.indielite.org Check out our store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: https://store.darkhorsepodcast.org Heather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.com Find more from us on Bret's website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather's website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an additional Q&A livestream every month. Join at Heather's Patreon. Like this content? Subscribe to the channel, like this video, follow us on twitter (@BretWeinstein, @HeatherEHeying), and consider helping us out by contributing to either of our Patreons or Bret's Paypal. Looking for clips from #DarkHorseLivestreams? Check out our other channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWCKUrmvK5F_ynBY_CMlIA Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. ***** Q&A Link: https://youtu.be/VdIz5OKMfW0 Mentioned in this episode: Benn et al 2022. Randomised Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccines: Do Adenovirus-Vector Vaccines Have Beneficial Non-Specific Effects? Available at SSRN 4072489: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4072489 UnHerd interview with Dr. Christine Stabell-Benn: https://play.acast.com/s/5fad6d24bc034454b53fe011/627147cd7e2c6d00128e3703 Have People Been Given the Wrong Vaccine? By Martin Kulldorff: https://brownstone.org/articles/have-people-been-given-the-wrong-vaccine/ The Vitamin D Paradox in COVID-19 and Why It Predicts But Doesn't Always Protect. MedCram YouTube video: https://Support the show

Boiler Room
Ministries of Mis-Dis & Mal Information - Pt. 2

Boiler Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 66:19


Alternate Current Radio Presents: BOILER ROOM - Learn to protect yourself from predatory mass media.Part 2 DescriptionIn the second part of this May 5th, 2022 BOILER ROOM, the Social Rejects Club is taking a deeper look into oncoming paradigm shift (referred to as the 4th Industrial Revolution) related to robotics, artificial intelligence, biotech, nanotech and internet of things. This sets the stage for a discussion on the newly established 'ministry of truth' known as the 'Disinformation Governance Board,' headed up by a 33 year old far left political influencer and Wilson Center alum, who many argue has no experience or business being involved in a law enforcement agency. Featured in this episode: Hesher, Ruckus, Infidel Pharaoh, MindSpaceArt & Oddman OutVideo version of this podcast: https://youtu.be/bTuvAft8TyIFeatured Bioshock Video Premiere: https://youtu.be/jBVeniaRThoSupport the show: https://alternatecurrentradio.com/support

Jewish History Uncensored
5| Hatam Sofer

Jewish History Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 64:13


Welcome to Jewish History Uncensored, with Marc Shapiro. A weekly podcast from Torah in Motion. This is series 7: Rabbi Moses Schreiber, certainly more well known by the name of his responsa, The Hatam Sofer.The Hatam Sofer led his community through gargantuan historical events including the Napoleonic Wars, the Industrial Revolution, and monumental turning points in Jewish life, like the beginnings of Reform Judaism and the growth of the Jewish Enlightenment. His respona are still cited, and his reactionary positions remain very influential. Please enjoy this 8 part series. This is episode 5.

Jewish History Uncensored
4 | Hatam Sofer

Jewish History Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 67:07


Welcome to Jewish History Uncensored, with Marc Shapiro. A weekly podcast from Torah in Motion. This is series 7: Rabbi Moses Schreiber, certainly more well known by the name of his responsa, The Hatam Sofer.The Hatam Sofer led his community through gargantuan historical events including the Napoleonic Wars, the Industrial Revolution, and monumental turning points in Jewish life, like the beginnings of Reform Judaism and the growth of the Jewish Enlightenment. His respona are still cited, and his reactionary positions remain very influential. Please enjoy this 8 part series. This is episode 4.

Luminary Leadership Podcast
87. Raising Luminaries: The School System Is Failing Our Kids (But Here's What We Can Do About It!)

Luminary Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 24:36


I think today's episode is going to be one of the most powerful conversations we have on this podcast, and at the same time, it's going to be a really tough pill to swallow for a lot of people. We are talking about why things are happening the way they are in the school systems, why schools are just not cutting it alone, how they are not going to contribute to your kids becoming the leaders they are called to be, and how schools were actually strategically designed to be like corporations during the Industrial Revolution (over 150 freakin years ago!) You didn't go the conventional route when it came to business, you shouldn't be going a conventional route when it comes to your kid's education. Now, I'm not saying pull your kids from school. I'm saying understand and be aware of what's happening so that you can facilitate change in your children's lives and in their growth. Today, we are going to have a very real, very factually historically based conversation that's going to shake you up and change the trajectory of your future. Let's raise them up right! SHOW NOTES: https://luminaryleadershipco.com/episode87 RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Register for our free Rally Cry event here! There are two times available- May 10 at 7 p.m. CST or May 11 at 11 a.m. CST. Register even if you can't make it but I hope to see you there! Episode 55: Raising Luminaries: How the School System is Failing Our Kids, Pt. 1   Ted Talk by Jeff Sandefer “Rethinking Schools, Genius and Heroes” Ted Talk by Sir Ken Robinson “Do Schools Kill Creativity?”  Titles by John Taylor Gatto Connect with me on Instagram!

Macroaggressions
#226: World Economic Forum: 4th Industrial Revolution or 4th Reich?

Macroaggressions

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 127:01


This episode is from the Forbidden Knowledge News Conference 2022 presentation on March 11. It lays out the case that perhaps the goals of the World Economic Forum are an extension of the Nazi's plan for world domination. The push to remake humanity through a merger with technology is the underlying concept behind their “4th Industrial Revolution”, and the Forum has created multiple partnerships with the leading and up-and-coming tech companies to help to make their dystopian vision for the future come to life. Sponsors: Emergency Preparedness Food: www.preparewithmacroaggressions.com Chemical Free Body: https://www.chemicalfreebody.com and use promo code: MACRO C60 Purple Power: https://c60purplepower.com/ Promo Code: MACRO Wise Wolf Gold & Silver: www.Macroaggressions.gold True Hemp Science: https://truehempscience.com/ Haelan: https://haelan951.com/pages/macro Free 10 Day Trial @ Ickonic: https://www.ickonic.com/affiliate/charlie-robinson Coin Bit App: https://coinbitsapp.com/?ref=0SPP0gjuI68PjGU89wUv Macroaggressions Merch Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/macroaggressions?ref_id=22530 LinkTree: linktr.ee/macroaggressions Books: HYPOCRAZY: https://amzn.to/3AFhfg2 Controlled Demolition on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M21XKJ5 Purchase "The Octopus Of Global Control" Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aEFFcr Barnes & Noble: https://bit.ly/39vdKeQ Online Connection: Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/Macroaggressions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/macroaggressions_podcast/ Discord Link:  https://discord.gg/4mGzmcFexg Website: www.theoctopusofglobalcontrol.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoctopusofglobalcontrol Twitter: www.twitter.com/macroaggressio3 Twitter Handle: @macroaggressio3 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCn3GlVLKZtTkhLJkiuG7a-Q Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2LjTwu5 Email For Helium Miner: Email: theoctopusofglobalcontrol@protonmail.com

Crucible of Realms
Episode 13 - Kiklos

Crucible of Realms

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Hosts: Jim, Jon & KentGuests: Tuna & Nick the Savage GreekIn this episode we create an artificial world where the inhabitants fight each other for resources on the inside of an enormous sphere as part of an ages-long experiment.Recommendations: Jim recommends Dark City. Jon recommends John Carter.Wiki entry to follow!00:00 Tomfoolery00:23 Jim's Icon00:39 Intro01:29 Come Play With Us02:19 Savage Worlds / Fiasco / Call of Cthulhu / Shadowrun02:42 Pathfinder / Slipstream03:02 A Song of Ice and Fire / A Dance with Dragons / Game of Thrones03:23 Daniel Suarez / Demon / Freedom TM / The Hunger Games Series03:45 Altered Carbon / Takeshi Kovacs04:10 Robert E. Howard / Conan the Barbarian / Solomon Kane04:17 Listener Feedback04:54 Game Geeks / Game Geeks YouTube Channel05:08 Deadlands05:34 Savage Worlds Deluxe06:14 Savage Worlds Test Drive v 606:30 AMBER Diceless RPG / Roger Zelazny / Chronicles of Amber07:48 Neptune's Reich08:51 Determining Basics10:33 Dyson Sphere11:55 Deciding Genre12:37 Discussing Physical World Aspects14:54 Discussing Issues for Native Life15:42 Discussing Geographic Features17:56 Circumference of the Earth18:25 Supercontinent19:10 Discussing Technological Levels19:46 Industrial Revolution20:45 Coca-Cola / The Gods Must Be Crazy / Coca-Cola Bottle Scene20:59 Discussing Outside Influences21:29 PETA / Greenpeace22:12 Star Trek / "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky"22:23 The Truman Show / Dark City22:32 Discussing Complications26:38 Discussing Species30:46 Voldemort32:22 Trinity32:42 Heavy Metal 2000 / Zeek33:16 Oompa-Loompas34:27 Triceratops36:08 Hubwards37:40 Hive Mind36:18 Dirigible / Zeppelin40:47 Inca / Aztec41:31 Salamander43:38 Lizardfolk / The Lizard44:04 Discussing History46:40 Krakatoa50:31 Discussing Locations52:48 Discussing Political Structures56:03 Naming Species, Groups & Locations58:10 Pinnacle Entertainment Group58:55 Pleistocene / Tarantian59:50 Quad Core61:30 Pokemon / Charizard63:46 Isthmus66:13 Recommendations66:37 Kiefer Sutherland66:43 John Carter / Barsoom Series66:57 Conclusion & Outro68:28 BONUS CONTENT: A Tale of Ice-Smashery DOWNLOAD EPISODE 13 - KIKLOS

Crucible of Realms
Episode 11 - Hell Noir

Crucible of Realms

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Hosts: Jim, Jon & GregoryGuest: Eden Royce In this episode we create a vision of a hell in which daemons try to live better lives, but are plagued by crime and corruption. And of course the occasional kidnapping by humans from another world.00:00 Tomfoolery00:12 Megalopolis00:21 Mr. Snuffleupagus00:37 Barghest / Darth Vader / Black Dog / Geist00:52 The Hound of the Baskervilles / Baskerville01:06 Intro02:47 Listener Feedback03:10 Happy Jack's RPG Podcast03:37 Creative Commons04:12 Determining Basics04:38 Atlas / Atlas Shrugged05:04 Demon / Devil / Hell06:11 Hellevator08:27 Fedora08:57 Film Noir / Hardboiled Fiction09:14 Faustian Bargain09:37 "This is my boomstick!"10:53 Drug Fiend11:58 Drug Mule12:09 Mephistopheles13:37 Art Deco / Succubus / Femme Fatale14:03 Determining Physical Properties14:13 Dark City14:59 Superman / Kryptonians15:55 Discussing Social Aspects16:16 No One Can Eat Just One17:07 Discussing Supernatural Rules18:47 Discussing Inhabitants & Society20:43 Discussing Powers22:29 Prohibition / Speakeasy / Eliot Ness23:34 Devil in a Blue Dress24:24 Imp / Incubus25:10 Discussing Wild Life25:38 Terrarium25:56 Arthropod / Arachnid / Crustacean26:35 Discussing Environment27:24 Futurama / New New York27:51 Zeppelin / Steampunk29:15 Industrial Revolution29:43 Sulfur Dioxide / Acid Rain32:14 Discussing History32:50 Elder Things33:23 Yog-Sothoth / Elder Gods / Great Old Ones37:12 Egalitarianism38:58 Discussing Religion39:33 Lovecraftian / Hastur40:13 Humanism / The King in Yellow40:30 Gothic Architecture41:41 Gaslighting42:14 Drinking the Kool Aid / Heaven's Gate42:20 Discussing Crime43:09 Discussing Souls44:31 Scarab45:05 Discussing Government & Organizations45:43 Fidel Castro47:01 Byakhee48:03 Arkham / Mikatonic University49:03 Wall Street49:17 Coney Island / Renaissance Faire50:20 Naming Beings, Titles & Organizations50:33 Daemon52:20 Body Politic / Constabulary / Constable53:27 Clot54:02 Humours / Bile55:25 Naming Places55:59 Furlong56:25 Naming Deities57:28 Naming More Groups & Movements58:17 Walker, Texas Ranger59:37 Naming More Places61:08 Naming the City62:04 Naming the Setting63:23 www.EdenRoyce.com63:39 LudusNovus.net63:45 Conclusion & OutroDOWNLOAD EPISODE 11 - Hell Noir

Human Revolution

"Rock Your Life" Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 63:11


The Industrial Revolution, The French Revolution, and the ongoing Technological Revolution all have the common element of change. Life is constantly in motion gradually developing into something different than it was just moments before. So, can the same concept be applied to the human being? The answer is YES. It is called Human Revolution. Human Revolution is a term used by Josei Toda, a businessman and practitioner of Nichiren Buddhism, who lived through the vast devastation of WWII in Japan. He describes Human Revolution as the transformation of oneself at the very core; a transformation in the way one lives, in order to develop clear awareness of one's purpose or mission in life. It is not something that is unusual or special. It is simply a matter of opening one's eyes, looking beyond ordinary concerns, and strive to commit actions for a higher reason and purpose. Join us in our discussion as we briefly examine famous revolutions in society, then offer an explanation of Human Revolution and how you may work toward achieving the life-time task of inner transformation for yourselves, in order for you to become your best you. Email the show: rockyourlife@thevignatis.com Intro Song: "Gypsy Rock'n'Roll by The Vignatis Outro Song: "For You I'd Go to the Moon" by The Vignatis

Brand Tuned - Smart Thinking, Better Branding
REPOST: Daniel Priestley - Building the Dent Brand

Brand Tuned - Smart Thinking, Better Branding

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:47


Daniel Priestley runs business accelerators for entrepreneurs. In this episode, he discusses the Dent rebrand, Lifestyle v. Performance boutique, and the new edition of his book OversubscribedHow the entrepreneurial revolution shifts people to earn money through entrepreneurship and starting and growing their own businesses as the Industrial Revolution changed the way we live and work.Why visual identity has to work harmoniously with the rest of the brand identity and has to be simple and cleanWhat happens when you nail your vision and its simple, the clear message becomes a turning point for your businessHow having a strong culture and vision allows you to attract the right kind of people when you're recruiting talent.Why Daniel incentivises new hires to leave quickly if they discover his company isn't a good fit for them What presidential elections can teach you about the evolution of marketingDaniel released a new edition of his book Oversubscribed: How to get people lining up to do business with you in February 2020The two main successful business variations are Lifestyle Boutique. 3 - 12 staff, profitable and lots of fun. The second is Performance business that employs 40 to 150 staff who are a talented team, it has recurring revenues, assets and a good niche in the marketplace.How businesses are valued by various methods including benchmarking, multiples of profit and based on their brand, market position and systems like Uber for instance.Linkedin: Daniel PriestleyTwitter: @DanielPriestleyInstagram: @danielpriestleyBook: Oversubscribed: How To Get People Lining Up To Do Business With Youdent.globalValuable Resources:Brand Tuned ScorecardBrand Tuned Acceleratorwww.brandtuned.com 

Ayn Rand Centre UK Podcast
Rand's "Anti-Industrial Revolution" | James Valliant

Ayn Rand Centre UK Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 54:07


Scilence
Innervation: S2 Ep 43 Flipping Things on Their Head

Scilence

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 34:07


Bethany Cousins forms part of the future of manufacturing.  Manufacturing is an exciting industry for young, keen intelligent people like her, because we are in the midst of an Industrial Revolution 4.0.  The UK once used to be global leaders in manufacturing, but in order to stay as global leaders manufacturing has to go digital.  Bethany talks about her need to stay ahead of the curve and how her work is all about flipping things on their head.   

The Jaipur Dialogues
CBSE Syllabus Change - Mughals, Islam Removed _ CBSE के नए syllabus में कई बदलाव _ Sanjay Dixit

The Jaipur Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 15:55


CBSE made some minor changes in its class 10 and 12 Social Science books, such as removing Faiz poetry, Rise of Central Asian Islam, Cold War and Industrial Revolution. Sanjay Dixit explains why the seculars/Panchmakkars are in a tizzy over this.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Basics of Industrial Real Estate

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 18:59


With COVID-19 enhancing the significance of logistics and a number of industrial possibilities, there's no surprise that industrial real estate has become one of the hottest property investment types today. We are joined today by expert Chad Griffiths, an Industrial Real Estate Broker since 2005 and an investor since 2014 to share his knowledge gained from his experience in the space. Tune in till the end to see whether you're ready to jump into this asset class and if this is the ideal investment kind for you!   [00:01 - 02:52] From A Broker  to an  Investor Chad talks about his background and how he came to work in the industrial real estate space Chad's own Youtube channel and podcast show: A fruit of his love for industrial properties How he distinguishes between his broker and investor hats   [02:53 - 15:54] Industrial Real Estate Is Not for Everyone What you should know before contacting a broker Finding the best deals by building relationships Chad shares practical steps on how to build client relationship Do not invest in industrial real estate without sufficient knowledge Inflation's impact on renters and investors   [15:55 - 18:59] Closing Segment Recession and its effects on inflation and interest rates Connect with Chad on the links below ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to learn more about industrial real estate investing? Connect with Chad! LinkedIn The Industrial Real Estate Podcast Connect with Sam Wilson    I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson   Apple Podcasts   Spotify Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Chad Griffiths  0:00   One of the benefits of industrial I think, is that for the most part, you are getting corporations that have healthy balance sheets as opposed to the residential tenants which you can check all their stuff. But for the most part, the tenants aren't going to be nearly as wealthy as call it leasing a warehouse to Amazon, right? So you're gonna get a pretty good sense that there's retained earnings a company's about healthy cash flow. But due diligence, like you said that it's imperative like people need to be doing their homework to know exactly what they're getting into.    Intro  0:30   Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson Chad Griffiths is an industrial real estate broker as well as investor. Chad. Welcome to the show.   Chad Griffiths  0:46   Hey, thanks so much for having me on. Sam, really appreciate it.   Sam Wilson  0:48   The pleasure's mine.  Three questions I ask every guest that comes on the show 90 seconds or less. Where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get there?   Chad Griffiths  0:54   Started in 2005, as a broker who had no idea what industrial real estate was almost slipped into it, a bunch of brokers at the office, were in heavily involved in industrial. So just by sheer serendipity, I found myself in that role. I've been doing it for 17 years since 2014, I started investing in industrial properties myself, with a handful of partners, we built up a decent sized portfolio. And then I just love talking about industrial real estate. So I've got a YouTube channel and a podcast as well, where I just talk everything about industrial real estate. Sam Wilson  1:25   So you went from 2005, you got initiated as a broker. And then it took you nine years to 2014 to start investing yourself to become an investor yourself in it. What was the pivotal moment or kind of the aha moment when you're like, hey, wait, why am I not putting my own capital in this opportunity?    Chad Griffiths  1:43   it's funny, you asked that, because I wanted to pretty much from day one, I had some residential properties before I got into commercial into industrial. So I knew right away that that's something I wanted to explore. But it just took time, too, as raising a family. So you got all the things you have to do with a family buying a house, buying cars, raising kids. So it just took time to get through that stage in my life and then get to the point where I had enough money to invest. So I haven't done the syndicate model, where you sponsor a deal. And you have investors come along, it was all my own capital that I deployed. So just took time, it's nine years, when you do the math like that, it does make it seem like it was a long time. But they did go quick, too,   Sam Wilson  2:20   Right? So you went in, you say as an investor, you weren't coming in as a partner, you were coming in by on your own deals.   Chad Griffiths  2:26   Yes, that is still to this day, everything that we bought has been basically set up an LLC for every single property that we bought,   Sam Wilson  2:33   Okay, and you said you aren't doing a syndication model. So you're not bringing in outside capital at all,   Chad Griffiths  2:38   We've got a few partners that are really close friends that have come in on a couple of them. But I've got one main partner him and I have bought everything together, we've been on every deal together. And some of them it's just him and I and and others we've got a few small partners as well.    Sam Wilson You're still brokering as well, though.   Chad Griffiths Still brokering, that's the majority of my day to day business. But it does feed into itself, because I'm looking at properties all the time, I'm studying the market all the time. So I'd like to think I just have my finger on that proverbial balls,   Sam Wilson  3:04   What is the deciding factor for you between what you wish to broker and what you want to buy yourself,   Chad Griffiths  3:11   I kind of make sure that I don't skirt that wine where it's were could be a little bit unethical. So I put everything in front of clients. First, I'll usually look at something if no client wants to buy it, or if it's outside of the main market that I work in. So I don't want to blur that line by putting my own self interests ahead of clients. So the flow is usually run it through clients first and nobody's interested, then I'll take a look to see if I can make sense of it. Sam Wilson  3:37   What are some things that you feel like others miss when you put a deal in front of them? And all of them pass? And then you come around, say no, I think this is a good deal. What are they missing?   Chad Griffiths  3:46   Probably, I wouldn't say it's necessarily something that they're missing, they just they've got a different risk profile. And a lot of times the investors that do it full time, they want to make money when they buy. So they might want to buy 80 cents on the dollar for what the market value is because that's their business, they actually make their money solely off real estate, I don't have that same profile, because I have been coming in from brokerage. So I don't need to get that immediate lift right off the bat. So I can pay retail prices, essentially, I can pay what the market is. Whereas a lot of my clients are trying to get things at a discount, and rightfully so that's how they're building immediate equity into the property.    So I've just take a long term horizon, I can I've got 20 of your money, at least in my mind, on how long I can have that deployed for. Whereas some investors might have a sunset clause, if they've got a partnership agreement, and they have to sell after a certain period of time. So then they need to make that really lucrative purchase at the beginning. I just have a different risk profile and a longer term objective.   Sam Wilson  4:40   Yes, that makes a lot of sense. On the risk profile side. It's also interesting that you are able to pay more or closer to market rate just because you don't need to get that squeeze right out of the gate.   Chad Griffiths  4:52   I like the term squeeze because you're right. That's probably what a lot of these guys are thinking. Right squeeze. That's a good analogy for it.   Sam Wilson  4:57   Right? Yes, absolutely. Talk to us about I'll give us some tactical things that people can do when they're reaching out to a broker for the first time, I'm sure you get a lot of people calling you. Hey, you know, Chad, I'm interested in industrial and a bet there's things right out of the gate that you can tell when it's a tire kicker, that's wasting your time. So how do we maximize our relationships? Especially on the front end with brokers?   Chad Griffiths  5:20   That is a great question. Because you're right, there are significantly more buyers on the sidelines with capital deploy right now than there are actual sellers. And that's in every asset class. That's not just industrial, it's multifamily, retail, you name it, there's a lot of capital on the sidelines. And there's a lot of people looking, there's seldom a day that goes by where I don't actually have an investor reach out to me and ask if I can send them properties. It's difficult, because I've got a dozen really good clients ahead of them that I know well. So I would say it's a patience game. And it's also a game where you've got to reach out to a few brokers. And what I would suggest is see to it to actually start building a bit of a relationship with a broker, instead of just saying, Hey, can you start sending me properties, this is what I'm looking to invest in, you'll just be really, you'll be triaged really low on their priority list. So instead, I would reach out, like, if you know, a lawyer in the area, ask a lawyer, if they've got a broker that they can make an introduction to any warm introduction you can get is going to increase the likelihood that that broker will take the time to get to know you a little bit better. And I would just see if you could take the broker out for lunch or take them out for the occasional coffee, just anything to start building a little bit of FaceTime, because you can appreciate if all you're doing is calling a broker, asking them to send you listings, and they don't, they don't have a face to the name, they can't even picture who you are, other than they just know your name and what you're looking for, you're just gonna be so far down on that list, when a property comes up, you probably won't even see it.    So I would start building a relationship, try and find a few guys, there's any warm introduction you can do to start initiating that conversation, have coffee, have lunch with these guys and get to know them. And I can guarantee you because I do this with my clients, the clients that I know, well are the ones that are top of mind because I have lunches with them, I have coffee with them. So I think take a long term approach on getting to know these brokers, instead of just assuming that they're gonna send you deals, because it's just very unlikely that you'll get deals if you just phone a calling guys out of the blue.   Sam Wilson  7:12   What about doing that remotely? You know, let's say you're buying halfway across the country, you know, what's an effective strategy for building relationships long distance?   Chad Griffiths  7:22   Yeah. And you're right, you and I are talking on zoom right now. And this has become very common, have a zoom call, there's nothing to stop someone from just reaching out. And what I found, I'm sure it's the same with you, Sam, is people are very receptive to jump on a quick 15-20 minute zoom call right now. Because it's super efficient, they can do it from their office, it's very easy to do the technology makes it super simple. Just ask the guy if you could reach out to him for 20 minutes to ask him some questions about the market and get to know him a little bit better. Because anything you can do to increase that FaceTime will just increase the chances that you'll get sent deals. And I'd also say don't be afraid to even fly into that city. If you're seriously considering investing in a city, you're going to be there anyways, right? Like you're going to spend some amount of time there, I think. So when you're in there, just say, Hey, I'm coming in from Chicago, or Dallas or wherever you're flying into, and just say I'd love to meet you buy you lunch, I've got introduced to you by a lawyer, somebody that you know, out there, they'll likely take that meeting with you and just make it about building a relationship instead of all about you just want to get deals. That's obviously the ultimate goal that you have with it. But it's got to be more of a win win relationship as opposed to just a give and take relationship. And I think you'll you'll just increase your chances won't guarantee you get deals, it'll just increase the chances that you get deals.   Sam Wilson  8:37   What are questions you ask potentially new clients, you know, when you meet them for the first time,   Chad Griffiths  8:42   I always want to know what their experiences industrial is a bit of a unique industry where it's not as easy to grasp as some of the other asset classes, like anyone that's bought and sold a couple of houses has a little bit of familiarity with multifamily. It's not going to be natural, but at least they understand the mechanics of it. Industrial real estate can be quite different. So I always just want to know what their background is in industrial, if they bought and sold properties. Did they have a business that perhaps occupied them once and they understand a little bit more? It's just a steep learning curve. So if people don't have any familiarity with it, that makes it tough right off the beginning. And then I just want to see how they're restructuring a deal. Is it them that's deploying the capital? Are they doing a syndicate? How many people are involved in this? Do they have their money raised yet and committed? Where are they at in the in their debt structure to actually buy a property if one comes available, so it's getting a comfort level that they're qualified, they understand what the asset class is and what it isn't and the limitations that go with it. And they're in a position where they can move on something at a very high level. That'd be like the basic questions I'd have.   Sam Wilson  9:44   Right, and those are things that people should be prepared to talk with their brokers about, which is why I'm asking you know what you'd like to know out of the gate when you first beat somebody. You know, if you're not prepared to answer those questions, then yet once again, you'll get put to the bottom and or off the list. I would imagine entire Really? So very quickly?    Tell us, you know, industrials is obviously very, very hot. It's in demand. One of the arguments I've heard and maybe even offered up myself against investing in the asset class is that you're signing a lot of times 10 year triple net leases on properties, and they're not necessarily inflation resistant. Can you argue that point or tell me why I'm wrong?   Chad Griffiths  10:25   I would agree with you actually, in fact, going back to my earlier point, I actually think industrial real estate should be a scary proposition for most investors, there's a lot of reasons to not invest in industrial real estate. I also think on the flip side, there are great reasons to invest. And that's why I put the majority of my net worth into it. But I also understand it at a pretty deep level. Whereas I see a lot of new investors that perhaps are getting tired of investing in multifamily. They're tired and invested in another asset class and they see industrial, because you're right, it is the buzzword of the generation that we're living in right now. But I think that there's that's an interesting reason on how you can quite often lock in your rental rate for 10 years, so hard to really envision having a great exit strategy. If your lease is fixed for the whole 10 years, really, all you're hoping on is cash flow, maybe you have some appreciation and rent for the next buyer, you're not going to hit these big homeruns. And for me, I like that actually, I'm not the guy that swings for the fences, every time I'm at bat, I just want to hit singles and doubles. And if I can have a 10 year hold where I've got very minimal time put into it from a management perspective, and it's steady cash flow, and I can hit these singles pay down some debt, hopefully get a little bit of appreciation, get some cash flow along the way, those are a win for me. But you're 100% right with that assessment is quite often, those rental rates are fixed for a long period of time, we are seeing interestingly enough, a lot more landlords move to pegging those rental rates to CPI increases. So it might be like a fixed cost $10 A square foot for their rent rate. But then there will also be an escalation clause in there that's pegged to CPI. And so the landlords that did that a year ago are laughing right now, because inflation was 7.9% in February. So those tenants are going to see a 7.9% jump in their rent, which is great for the landlords, but awful for the tenants, it depends, I think maybe that's the best way to speak to industry, real estate is it is a lot more complex, there's a lot more moving parts and how you structure a deal, whether you're structuring it, so the 10 years of consistent cash flow or whether you can get a CPI escalation clause in there, or whether you are doing shorter term leases and trying to increase rents as you go. There's a lot of moving parts to it. And I think that that complexities the one of the reasons that I think it should scare the average investor, I'm not the type of broker that will say everybody should be investing in industry, real estate, I'm the opposite. Usually I say if you don't know what industry, real estate is, stick to either what you know, or commit to having to spend a lot of time learning and really understanding what it is because you're competing against guys that know this market so well. And they'll crush you if you don't know what you're doing. They're smart money, you don't want to be the dumb money.   Sam Wilson  13:04   I love it. That was I guess the next question there is how receptive are tenants to those leases, pegged to CPI?    Chad Griffiths  13:12   Well, I mean, the feds have been trying to keep inflation at 2% as their target for decades, right? I don't think many tenants would have argued it up until these inflation numbers that came out in February. Now I think every tenant is going to say, Well, hold on, like if this is going to be 8%. What does next year look like? Do we see a double digit increase next year? And then at that point, they're going to start rethinking this, but historically, at 2% CPI? That's a pretty easy narrative for tenants to buy into. Right? Yes, you know, you need to have the rent and increase with inflation, we can understand that. But when you start having these 8% increases, all of a sudden, it's going to make tenants rethink that.   Sam Wilson  13:50   Yes, it's gonna make tenants rethink it. And then, you know, all the way to the point of at what point can they no longer afford it? I mean, that goes right in line with, you know, these astronomical rent rental increases we've seen in multifamily, where it's like, oh, my gosh, I mean, at some point, the tenant can no longer afford to pay the increases in rental prices. So you know, what that does to the asset over the long term, you know, I guess yet to be determined.   Chad Griffiths  14:15   It's an interesting time, my crystal ball is as murky as anyone's but I think you're spot on. It's not even just rent increases, but property taxes, because like you said, with most leases being triple net, all those increases, property taxes, insurance, commentary, maintenance, those all flow through to the tenant, and there's increases in all of those property taxes is a massive problem all over North America all over the world, really. Municipalities just spend with reckless abandon, they've got and there's very few municipalities that actually have fiscal restraint. So they're seeing huge increases in property taxes that all flows through the tenant insurance is a massive problem right now. I'm sure you're seeing this across the board. It's difficult even finding competitive insurance that gets passed through to the tenant commentary maintenance because all these contractors doing well. Landscaping and snow removal, they've all had their cost battle gets flowed through the tenant, like tenants are really getting hit on every side right now. So fortunately, they have that top line revenue growth to sustain it. But I think you're spot on, at what point does the revenue not increase at the same rate as all their expenses are? That's a scary thought really,   Sam Wilson  15:18   It really is. And I guess, then it becomes even more incumbent upon you as the landlord to double down on your due diligence on your tenant.   Chad Griffiths  15:25   And that is one of the benefits of industrial, I think, is that for the most part, you are getting corporations that have healthy balance sheets, as opposed to residential tenant, which you can check all their stuff, but for the most part, the tenants aren't going to be nearly as wealthy as call it leasing a warehouse to Amazon, right? So you're gonna get a pretty good sense that there's retained earnings, a company's about healthy cash flow. But due diligence, like you said that it's imperative like people need to be doing their homework to know exactly what they're getting into.   Sam Wilson  15:55   Yes, absolutely. Chad, what's something you are curious about right now?   Chad Griffiths  15:59   I'm curious to know how the Feds keep recession from coming, yet still putting upward pressure on interest rates to combat inflation. And I know that sounds like that is literally something that I think about when I'm going to bed is like, how does this end? Is this going to be a recession, the bond curves about to invert that might even invert this week, that's been historically a pretty accurate tell of recession coming. Is it a mild recession? Do interest rates bump up another 50 100 basis points this year? What does inflation do? I mean, like, I literally have no idea like, I've tried studying this a little bit like I've even gone back to the 70s. When there's a situation like this, and there's just so many other things at play, you can't really look at this as in a vacuum. There's we got a war in Europe, escalating tension there. There's just it's so crazy to me that we come off this once in a century pandemic, for two years that we run through this. And right after we get through it. And we're now running into this war, huge inflation, interest rates recession looming, but it's just it's crazy. It's so such a crazy time to be involved in business. And I think what it's really doing is it's just given everybody a bit of resilience. Because if you can make it through all of this, like you can make it through anything like this is crazy. So I'm excited by it. I find it really fascinating just to see how everything moves and how people make their decisions. But too short answer to the question. Yeah. How does this recession inflation and interest rates all commingle?   Sam Wilson  17:26   Yes, I don't know. I mean, my crystal ball is, like you said, as murky as yours is, I've often wondered, you know, repeating the 70s and having massive stagflation. You know, because they're trying to balance both of those. And it's like, well, you know, inflation is going through the roof, and also the economy sucks. So good luck, just like, Okay, it's gonna be a very interesting time. So that's fantastic. What's the book you're reading right now?   Chad Griffiths  17:48   I'm actually reading one on the Industrial Revolution, which is just because I'm such an industrial estate nerd. I just try to gobble up everything I can. And it just, it's a very fascinating story about even going back to like the 1760s when the UK was going through industrial revolution, and just how everything evolved around the factory and the factory system. I was just fascinated by it. So yes, it's I can't remember the title of it. But just that history book, essentially,   Sam Wilson  18:12   Man, that's awesome. Absolutely love it. Chad. If our listeners want to get in touch with you, what is the best way to do that?   Chad Griffiths  18:16   Emails? Great. It's Griffis CR e@gmail.com also have a YouTube channel if they want to go and check that out. Just search by name or search industry real estate. I'm sure you'll come across my channel.   Sam Wilson  18:26   Yep, absolutely won't be sure to put all those links there in the show notes. Chad, thanks so much for your time today. I do appreciate it.   Chad Griffiths  18:32   Likewise, Sam, thanks so much for having me on.   Sam Wilson  18:33   Hey, thanks for listening to the how to scale commercial real estate podcast if you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcast, Spotify, Google podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us. That would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

Bitcoin and . . .
Meditations on Bitcoin Ep578

Bitcoin and . . .

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 65:44


Join me today for Episode 578 of Bitcoin And . . . is LIVE! Topics for today: - Macron is terrified of #BTC - @CrusoeEnergy's $505 Million raise - IMF confirms PoW is the only way - 4th Industrial Revolution by @frankietwallace - EU scathingly close to idiocy #Bitcoin #BitcoinAnd $BTC You can find me at My Tippin.me page: tippin.me/@GhostOfNunya Instagram: Bitcoin_And Mastodon: @NunyaBidness@bitcoinhackers.org Facebook: @bitcoinAnd Music by: Flutey Funk Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

KPCW Cool Science Radio
Cool Science Radio | Apr. 21, 2022

KPCW Cool Science Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 51:08


On today's Cool Science Radio, John and Lynn's guests include: (01:18) David Quammen, author of 2012's book Spillover that predicted in detail the 2019 Covid pandemic. These past 2 years David has been hard at work interviewing 94 virologists and infectious-disease experts about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, its origins, evolution, and journey through the human population. Then, (29:18) Nicole Yunger Halpern who has written Quantum Steampunk: The Physics of Yesterday's Tomorrow. Halpern re-envisions the steam engine and the laws of thermodynamics from the 1880s Industrial Revolution through the lens of today's quantum information revolution.

Unprofessional Engineering
The Industrial Revolution - Episode 295

Unprofessional Engineering

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 33:36


There maybe have been no greater time for economic growth an efficiency than during the first Industrial Revolution. It was during the Industrial Revolution that a lot of work, from textiles to agriculture, moved from highly manual work to become much more automated. In addition, the number of significant inventions that arose at this time were extremely important for growing nations. From the steam engine to the cotton gin, the number of intentions that improved lives around this time are nearly endless. Take a listen to our quick summary of the Industrial Revolution, where and how it started, the global impacts, and more!

AtlasNexus
Ep. 17: Deirdre McCloskey │ How ideas led to a better world

AtlasNexus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 26:38


Why did gross domestic product suddenly start to skyrocket just a few hundred years ago after centuries of only gradual, marginal improvements? Dr. Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Economics, History, English, and Communication atUniversity of Illinois at Chicago, has written extensively on why it was not the accumulation of capital that caused what she has dubbed "The Great Enrichment"—and eventually enabled the Industrial Revolution—but rather the spread of the great ideas of liberty. On today's episode of Borderless, she joins Vale Sloane to discuss how ideas changed the world and allowed the standard of living to advance so dramatically for millions and billions of people.Dr. McCloskey prefers the term "innovism" to describe the source of this enrichment, rather than the more familiar "capitalism." Innovation, enabled by institutions such as the free market and free speech, was far more important to the economic transformation of the last few centuries than capital alone. Take a deep dive into what this means for our understanding of liberalism, history, and even the future on this episode of Borderless.Stay in the know by following us on social media:https://twitter.com/AtlasNetworkhttps://www.instagram.com/atlasnetwork/https://www.facebook.com/atlasnetwork/Support the Atlas Network Mission Today: https://www.atlasnetwork.org/donate

Threshold
Time to 1.5 | 8 | Prayers of Steel I

Threshold

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 44:53


Steel is the signature material of the Industrial Revolution. It's also an essential component of the wind turbines, electric cars, and climate-friendly buildings we'll need in a decarbonized world. But making steel requires mountains of coal. So we both really need steel and really need to stop making it the way we're doing now. This is Threshold Season 4: “Time to 1.5.” In this episode, we explore the costs and benefits of our industrial processes on people, communities, and the climate through the story of Gary, Indiana. This work depends on people who believe in it and choose to support it. People like you. Join our community at thresholdpodcast.org

Bible Mysteries
The Great Reset Part 3

Bible Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 32:09


Episode 84: The Great Reset Part 3 Show Notes: The Nephilim - Created a violent world before Noah's flood Existed in Canaan after the flood Why would they be limited to only Canaan? Giant skeletons have been found world wide Is it possible Nephilim exist today? Might there be either hybrid humans or willing Nephilim hosts? The 4th Industrial Revolution - The term has been used widely in scientific literature, and was popularized by Klaus Schwab in 2015, the World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman. A part of this phase of industrial change is the joining of technologies like artificial intelligence, gene editing, to advanced robotics that blur the lines between the physical, digital, and biological worlds. Scripture References: All Scripture references cited from the King James Version Bible  Genesis 6:1-13, Numbers 13:27-33, Deuteronomy 2:16-23, Daniel 2:40-43, Matthew 24:36-40, 2 Timothy 3:1-5, 1 Thessalonians 5:1-5 Takeaway: Don't be fooled by the promise of utopia. The satanic global elite are behind the Great Reset and they have planned every step of what is occurring today. Nations will surrender their sovereignty to a coming dark leader who will bring only chaos and destruction! Links: Website: utbnow.com Podcast: https://bible-mysteries.captivate.fm Videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/BibleMysteries Donate: via Paypal at utbnow.com Email: unlockthebiblenow@gmail.com

A History of Europe, Key Battles
66.2 French Revolution of July 1830, and Greek War of Independence

A History of Europe, Key Battles

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 27:17


King Charles X of France is overthrown and replaced by his cousin Louis Philippe, Duke of Orléans. Meanwhile a 10 month long insurrection in Poland is crushed by the Russians. In the retribution which followed, eighty-thousand Poles are dragged off in chains to Siberia. The year 1830 also witnessed the formal independence of Greece from the Ottoman Empire after a war which had begun nine years before.And the Industrial Revolution gathers steam across western Europewww.patreon.com/historyeuropewww.historyeurope.netMusic from Feliox Mendelssohn, Italian Symphony, courtesy of musopen.orgPicture - Eugène_Delacroix (Liberty Leading the People) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jewish History Uncensored
3 | Hatam Sofer

Jewish History Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 26:37


Welcome to Jewish History Uncensored, with Marc Shapiro. A weekly podcast from Torah in Motion. This is series 7: Rabbi Moses Schreiber, certainly more well known by the name of his responsa, The Hatam Sofer.The Hatam Sofer led his community through gargantuan historical events including the Napoleonic Wars, the Industrial Revolution, and monumental turning points in Jewish life, like the beginnings of Reform Judaism and the growth of the Jewish Enlightenment. His respona are still cited, and his reactionary positions remain very influential. Please enjoy this 8 part series. This is episode 3.

Entrepreneur Weekly
Pandemic Panickers with Liam Martin

Entrepreneur Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 39:34


Alan welcomes Liam Martin - Co-Founder and CMO of Time Doctor, Co-organizer of Running Remote Conference and Co-author of Running Remote Book.  Alan starts the show by sharing how as an entrepreneur the need to control everything comes with the territory, yet at the same time he believes the best work comes from an employee that is able to be motivated and inspired with no time stamp.  Lian says that working remote changed dramatically during COVID.  He explains that a new group of workers merged onto the scene that he calls, Pandemic Panickers.  Liam believes its the largest shift in work since the Industrial Revolution.  With the new fundamental change of how work is done remote, he reminds us that it isn't a place.  It doesn't matter where you work as long as you get it done.  Asynchronous! Liam exclaims is the key along with autonomy.  Not having to directly interact with people by working through a communication system allows an individual to work remote and to have maximum freedom in your life.  Discipline equals freedom.  Freedom allows your people to work on more difficult problems.  To solve really unique difficult issues that move a business forward.  Bureaucracy!  No micromanaging...says Liam.  He goes onto explain the fundamental of a remote business.  1.  Set of processes, creating digital information that can be shared.  2.  Don't have positions, become the operators.  Delegate responsibility.  3.  Automate all of the reporting.  Have the same information available to the employees as the CEO so everyone is on the same page.  Lastly Liam shares the common mistakes of remote business owners.  Don't make working from home turn into living at work.  Divide social space from work space.  Stop requiring or asking for immediacy, it speeds you up but slows the company down, and lastly have team members tied into the same goal. [00:00:00] Control! [00:06:07] Accountability! [00:11:30] Methodology! [00:18:50] Asynchronous! [00:28:17] Bureaucracy! [00:33:49] Philosophy!

Entrepreneur Network Podcast
Pandemic Panickers with Liam Martin

Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 39:39


Alan welcomes Liam Martin - Co-Founder and CMO of Time Doctor, Co-organizer of Running Remote Conference and Co-author of Running Remote Book.  Alan starts the show by sharing how as an entrepreneur the need to control everything comes with the territory, yet at the same time he believes the best work comes from an employee that is able to be motivated and inspired with no time stamp.  Lian says that working remote changed dramatically during COVID.  He explains that a new group of workers merged onto the scene that he calls, Pandemic Panickers.  Liam believes its the largest shift in work since the Industrial Revolution.  With the new fundamental change of how work is done remote, he reminds us that it isn't a place.  It doesn't matter where you work as long as you get it done.  Asynchronous! Liam exclaims is the key along with autonomy.  Not having to directly interact with people by working through a communication system allows an individual to work remote and to have maximum freedom in your life.  Discipline equals freedom.  Freedom allows your people to work on more difficult problems.  To solve really unique difficult issues that move a business forward.  Bureaucracy!  No micromanaging...says Liam.  He goes onto explain the fundamental of a remote business.  1.  Set of processes, creating digital information that can be shared.  2.  Don't have positions, become the operators.  Delegate responsibility.  3.  Automate all of the reporting.  Have the same information available to the employees as the CEO so everyone is on the same page.  Lastly Liam shares the common mistakes of remote business owners.  Don't make working from home turn into living at work.  Divide social space from work space.  Stop requiring or asking for immediacy, it speeds you up but slows the company down, and lastly have team members tied into the same goal. [00:00:00] Control! [00:06:07] Accountability! [00:11:30] Methodology! [00:18:50] Asynchronous! [00:28:17] Bureaucracy! [00:33:49] Philosophy!

Biophilic Solutions
Biophilic Patterns, Awe, and a New Industrial Revolution with Interface's Kari Pei

Biophilic Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 42:59


What if we told you that a global commercial flooring company has achieved carbon neutrality and is well on their way to net negative emissions? This week, we're joined by Kari Pei, the Vice President of Product Design at Interface, to discuss the inspiration she finds in nature, the sustainable materials and manufacturing techniques that have made Interface a standard-bearer for environmentally friendly corporate practices, and the importance of awe. We also touch on some overlooked aspects of biophilic design, including texture and the impact that ambient noise has on our wellbeing. Interface is a commercial flooring company that specializes in carbon neutral tile and resilient flooring. Interface helps their customers create interior spaces that support wellbeing, productivity, creativity, and the health of the planet. As VP of Global Product Design, Kari Pei brings her fine art background to every aspect of the design process, drawing inspiration from nature and biophilic patterns. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2020 Manufacturer Leader HIP Award presented by Interior Design Magazine.Key Words: Biophilia, Biophilic Design, Nature, Sustainable, Corporate Responsibility, Net Zero Emissions, Carbon Negative, Awe, Product Design, Wellness Show NotesKari Pei of Interface Takes Home 2020 Manufacturer Leader HIP Award (Interior Design)Interface's Sustainability JourneyInterface Achieves Carbon Negative Milestone with the Launch of Innovative Products to Decarbonize the Built Environment (PR Newswire)Ep. 156 Creating Happier Places with Biophilic Design (Clever Extra Podcast)Walk with Walsh at Serenbe with Kari Pei14 Patterns of Biophilic Design (Terrapin Bright Green)Awe (Terrapin Bright Green) - Coming Soon!Spotlight: I.M. Pei (ArchDaily)

More or Less: Behind the Stats
Did tea-drinking cut deaths in the Industrial Revolution?

More or Less: Behind the Stats

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 8:58


Could an explosion in tea-drinking explain a decline in deaths in England during the industrial revolution? Professor Francisca Antman, an economist at the University of Colorado Boulder believes it might. Tim Harford discovers that dusting down the data from tea shipments and local burial records gives us surprising insight into how boiling water for tea accidentally improved public health. Presenter: Tim Harford Producer: Nathan Gower Sound Engineer: Graham Puddifoot

Discover Lafayette
Louisiana Oil and Gas Entrepreneurs Charlie Goodson and Mark Miller Share Thoughts on Need for Return to US Energy Independence

Discover Lafayette

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 61:48


We welcome Louisiana-based oil entrepreneurs Charlie Goodson, CEO of Petroquest, and Mark Miller, CEO of Merlin Oil &Gas, to discuss the current state of the energy industry, as well as how the war in Ukraine has affected the prices of fuel for people worldwide. Both are active operators in the industry with over 40 years of experience and have served on the board of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association for years as well as being spokespersons for the industry on the national level. They speak of the challenges that face operators, both big and small, as they determine the best way to invest millions of dollars that may take years to recoup. "We're victims of our own success, as our friend Paul Hilliard of Badger Oil Corporation likes to say. We've been so good at what we do in this business that politically, we're being punished in Washington, who look at oil and gas men and women as people of immense wealth. That's not the case." Investments in new drilling operations are not made lightly, as they can take four or more years to come to fruition if made onshore, and five, ten, and up to fifteen years if situated in the deepwater Gulf. And to raise money in today's climate, oil and gas entrepreneurs rely upon high-net-worth individuals to invest in their ventures; Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are becoming an increasing megatrend causing investment funds to steer away from funding traditional drilling ventures in lieu of renewable energy projects. "There are a lot of reserves left but finding people willing to put up the capital and ride through the regulations put upon us is very difficult. If an oil company drills a well today, it will be produced at prices two to five years from now and no one knows what that will be. " With political winds shifting rapidly, seasoned professionals must navigate the landscape that determines their ability to stay afloat financially. And these two men's companies are among the few remaining active in Louisiana after we lost so many oil and gas companies following the 2015 collapse in energy prices, the devastation of the COVID pandemic causing oil to trade below $0 briefly in 2020, and the relocation of many companies to others states in the wake of Louisiana legacy lawsuits. A brief history of how energy sources have evolved seems in order so that we can understand where we are today and how to bridge the gap to total reliance upon renewable energies. In the mid-1800s, coal was the #1 source of fuel in the Industrial Revolution. In 1865, oil was discovered and unleashed untold potential in manufacturing and transportation capabilities. And interestingly, natural gas had been used for centuries, including by Native Americans in the U. S. (and back to 500 B. C. by the Chinese who used bamboo "pipelines" to transport gas that had seeped to the surface to boil water), but only became a viable widespread source of energy for home heating and cooking, and commercial manufacturing and processing plants, once pipelines began to be built in the 20th Century. Nuclear energy was expected to be the bridge fuel from hydrocarbons but the trifecta of the Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and Fukushima disasters put the kibosh on that. While many environmentalists push for a quick jump into total reliance on renewable energies such as wind and solar along with a transition to electric vehicles, both guests affirmed that it will take 50 to 100 years to accomplish a total transition away from fossil fuels. Mark noted that he has a 20-year old petroleum land intern who is expecting the oil and gas energy business to be her career for the next fifty years. And with everyone desiring to find a sustainable way to move from hydrocarbons to renewable energy, Charlie noted JP Morgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon's thought that the world needs a Marshall Plan for the U. S. as to how we should move forward. Charlie Goodson's dream is to look toward the future saying,

The John Batchelor Show
2/2 #SEC: Wall Street's Going-Green Regulations. Richard Epstein, @RichardAEpstein, @HooverInst

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 9:55


Photo:  Levels of air pollution rose during the Industrial Revolution, sparking the first modern environmental laws to be passed in the mid-19th century 2/2  #SEC: Wall Street's Going-Green Regulations. Richard Epstein, @RichardAEpstein, @HooverInst https://www.hoover.org/research/secs-climate-disclosure-scheme-mess Richard A Epstein, @RichardAEpstein, @HooverInst, Tisch Professor of Law NYU Bedford Senior Fellow; Hoover Institution; senior lecturer, University of Chicago Law School.   

historicly
What's Wrong with the World? - Part 1 with Jackson Winter

historicly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 57:26


This month, we will have four special episodes hosted by our correspondent,Jeffrey Esptein. Today, he will talk author Jackson Winter about the 2001 edition of the Karl Polyani book, “The Great Transformation” Jackson is co-writer and editor for PEGS Institute, which is a project to demystify and explain some commonly misunderstood realities of the modern world. The Great Transformation is the centuries-long history of how our current rentier capitalism came to be, and what preceded it. It reveals that much of what we believe to be inevitable and unchangeable, or natural about our society is, in fact, a deliberate choice. Those who most benefit from this system (the rentiers, those who collect rent) would like nothing more than for the rest of us (those who pay rent) to believe this system and their unending greed to be natural, inevitable, unchangeable and, indeed, best for everyone. This is part 1 of 4 of Audio chapters8:20 - Jackson introduces himself10:13 - Journey to the book and other reading12:59 - First impressions17:12 - Interview postponed17:52 - Speenhamland20:38 - Unemployed versus unemployable26:43 - Speenhamland’s place in history31:11 - Threaten starvation – tame even the strongest beast (natural)32:46 - The problem is not the Industrial Revolution but self-gain (greed, hedonism)34:19 - "Anti-government"40:14 - Commodification43:23 - George W. Bush, Satanic mill44:06 - Commodification of labor47:49 - Every level commodities the level below (venting their frustrations)51:39 - Cultural hegemony, the Queen of England54:19 - Death to the few versus death to the manyCheck out our previous works with Jeffrey Epstein and follow him on twitter for the latest news on Monetary Theory. Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe

Coffee 101
Coffee History - The Industrial Revolution to Present

Coffee 101

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 35:39


Kenneth once again sits down with Jonah Holland of the Unfiltered Coffee Company to finish their discussion about the history of coffee. In the last episode, they looked at the origins of coffee and how it reached the shores of Europe. Today, they discuss how its use grew from the late 1800s to the point it is at, now. They touch on the impact the industrial revolution, trains, vacuum packaging, modern marketing, the percolator, espresso machine, and new roasters had. As well as explaining how some of the brand leaders got started and which innovations they used to produce and distribute their coffee. Want to know what coffee has to do with the invention of the teabag? Just listen to find out and learn many more fascinating facts about the history of coffee.   KEY TAKEAWAYS   Trains made transportation easier, which was a game-changer. Vacuum packing and new styles of roasters played a big role in making coffee more accessible. Pre-roasted coffee reduced transport costs and improved shelf life. The first instant coffees were awful, but many soldiers still viewed them as essential. When leaf rot killed off a lot of Arabica bean plants, the canephora variety replaced them. The impact this had on taste is discussed. Nescafe is created in 1938, which sparked the invention of the teabag. Instant coffee is what made dark roasts popular. Why, is explained in the podcast. Percolators gave way to coffee filters, French presses, and Espresso machines all of which are discussed, in the podcast. Fair pricing for coffee has its roots in an agreement made between the USA and Cuba, in 1962. The specialty coffee industry did not get started until the 1970s. American coffee culture has its roots in Italy.   BEST MOMENTS ‘During WWI and WW2, the rations that went with our soldiers were not green coffee, it was instant coffee. ´ ‘Mass production gets coffee further and further into the hands of the consumer.' ‘In the 1950s, 98% of Americans drank coffee.'   EPISODE RESOURCES Unfiltered Coffee Company - https://unfilteredcc.com/ The Coffee Song, Frank Sinatra - https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-coffee-song/1442925179?i=1442925624 Black Coffee, Ella Fitzgerald - https://music.apple.com/us/album/black-coffee/1427384015?i=1427387817 SCA Certified Brewers - https://sca.coffee/certified-home-brewer   VALUABLE RESOURCES Award-winning single-origin specialty coffee: https://umblecoffee.com/ You're disciplined and high achieving. You never settle. Shouldn't the fuel that helps you reach your goals be held to those same standards? Instead of a crash-inducing cup of jo, you need coffee with optimal antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A coffee so good that you can drink it black. At Umble Coffee, we only roast specialty-grade arabica coffee from around the world with cupping scores 84 and above. Don't sabotage yourself in pursuing your goals - drink coffee that tastes better and is better for you. No crash, great taste, and better long-term health benefits. That's Umble Coffee.  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/umblecoffee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umblecoffee/ Twitter:  https://mobile.twitter.com/umblecoffee   ABOUT THE HOST As a coffee lover, physician, chemical engineer, serial entrepreneur, competitive runner, writer, and family man, Kenneth knows what it's like to push yourself to achieve goals very few accomplish. He's one of the best specialty coffee roasters in the United States as he's a multi-year US Coffee Roasters' Competition Finalist. He created Umble Coffee Co with the belief that, if sourced and roasted right, coffee can taste phenomenal and be good for you. “Life's too short to drink bad coffee.” CONTACT METHOD Want to reach Kenneth? Have questions, show ideas, or want to just let us know you're enjoying the show? The best way is to leave us a great review and put your thoughts in the comment section - Kenneth reads all of them! The second-best way is through DM on social media. HOW TO LEAVE A REVIEW Enjoying the show?!  We'd love for you to leave us a review. It helps us grow and educate more people about coffee! Here's how: if you're on apple podcasts, ‘search' for us as if you didn't already follow the show. When you click on the show, scroll down to ratings and you'll see where you can leave a rating. Spotify is a little easier - follow and listen to the podcast, then you can rate and review it. Podcast Description Coffee 101 is an educational show on all things coffee. The host, Kenneth Thomas, starts with the most basic questions about coffee and builds your knowledge from there. If you love coffee, are curious about coffee, or you're a business just looking for a resource to train your team, Coffee 101 is without question the show for you!  Season 1 is all about coffee's journey from seed to shelf! BUY COFFEE!: https://umblecoffee.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coffee 101
Coffee History - Origins to the Industrial Revolution

Coffee 101

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 29:27


In this episode, Kenneth sits down with Jonah Holland of The Unfiltered Coffee Company to talk about the history of coffee. They talk about the Legend of Kaldi and why it is unlikely a goat herder started the trend of drinking coffee made from roasted beans. Kenneth explains how the early forms of coffee, Keisha, cascara, and Kahwa are made and how they evolved into the drink we know today.  They explain how coffee ended up being widely drank in Europe as well as where it had a big impact on how society worked. Kenneth and Jonah explain how the way coffee was grown, exported, made, sold, and drank, evolved. This episode takes you up to the late 1800s. Next week, Kenneth will cover the history of coffee from the 1900s to the modern-day.   KEY TAKEAWAYS We don't have a specific date for when coffee was first brewed. But there are some interesting theories. Coffee fruits and possibly other parts of the plant were first regularly consumed, in drink form, in Africa. Turkish coffee is probably the earliest example of the drink we recognize today. Coffee beans were not initially roasted to enhance the taste. Early European coffee was mostly water and alcohol. The Dutch were responsible for propagating coffee on Java. Governments tried to ban coffee. Coffee was important to soldiers who fought on both sides of the civil war.   BEST MOMENTS ‘Around 1450's the dried coffee cherry was starting to be exported to Yemen. ´ ‘Europe started drinking coffee around the 1600s.' ‘When they were running low on coffee they roasted okra seeds.'   GUEST RESOURCES Website: https://unfilteredcc.com/   VALUABLE RESOURCES Award-winning single-origin specialty coffee: https://umblecoffee.com/ You're disciplined and high achieving. You never settle. Shouldn't the fuel that helps you reach your goals be held to those same standards? Instead of a crash-inducing cup of jo, you need coffee with optimal antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A coffee so good that you can drink it black. At Umble Coffee, we only roast specialty-grade arabica coffee from around the world with cupping scores 84 and above. Don't sabotage yourself in pursuing your goals - drink coffee that tastes better and is better for you. No crash, great taste, and better long-term health benefits. That's Umble Coffee.    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/umblecoffee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umblecoffee/ Twitter:  https://mobile.twitter.com/umblecoffee   ABOUT THE HOST As a coffee lover, physician, chemical engineer, serial entrepreneur, competitive runner, writer, and family man, Kenneth knows what it's like to push yourself to achieve goals very few accomplish. He's one of the best specialty coffee roasters in the United States as he's a multi-year US Coffee Roasters' Competition Finalist. He created Umble Coffee Co with the belief that, if sourced and roasted right, coffee can taste phenomenal and be good for you. “Life's too short to drink bad coffee.” CONTACT METHOD Want to reach Kenneth? Have questions, show ideas, or want to just let us know you're enjoying the show? The best way is to leave us a great review and put your thoughts in the comment section - Kenneth reads all of them! The second-best way is through DM on social media.   HOW TO LEAVE A REVIEW Enjoying the show?!  We'd love for you to leave us a review. It helps us grow and educate more people about coffee! Here's how: if you're on apple podcasts, ‘search' for us as if you didn't already follow the show. When you click on the show, scroll down to ratings and you'll see where you can leave a rating. Spotify is a little easier - follow and listen to the podcast, then you can rate and review it.   Podcast Description Coffee 101 is an educational show on all things coffee. The host, Kenneth Thomas, starts with the most basic questions about coffee and builds your knowledge from there. If you love coffee, are curious about coffee, or you're a business just looking for a resource to train your team, Coffee 101 is without question the show for you!  Season 1 is all about coffee's journey from seed to shelf!   BUY COFFEE!: https://umblecoffee.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bible Mysteries
The Great Reset Part 1

Bible Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 53:11


Episode 82: The Great Reset Part 1 Show Notes: The Great Reset is the name of the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), held in June 2020. It brought together high-profile business and political leaders, convened by Charles, Prince of Wales and the WEF, with the theme of rebuilding society and the economy following the COVID-19 pandemic. WEF chief executive officer Klaus Schwab described three core components of the Great Reset: the first involves creating conditions for a "stakeholder economy"; the second component includes building in a more "resilient, equitable, and sustainable" way—based on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics which would incorporate more green public infrastructure projects; the third component is to "harness the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution" for public good. What is the 4th Industrial Revolution? The term has been used widely in scientific literature,[2] and was popularized by Klaus Schwab in 2015, the World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman. A part of this phase of industrial change is the joining of technologies like artificial intelligence, gene editing, to advanced robotics that blur the lines between the physical, digital, and biological worlds. “The world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions,” Klaus Schwab wrote. “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed.” - Klaus Schwab Scripture References: All Scripture references cited from the King James Version Bible  Ephesians 6:12, Genesis 11:1-4, Genesis 11:7-9, Romans 1:18-25, Acts 17:26-27,  Revelation 17:3-6 Takeaway: Don't be fooled by the promise of utopia. The satanic global elite are behind the Great Reset and they have planned every step of what is occurring today. Nations will surrender their sovereignty to a coming dark leader who will bring only chaos and destruction! Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Reset  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_Industrial_Revolution (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_Industrial_Revolution) https://www.deseret.com/2022/3/11/22971239/how-russias-invasion-of-ukraine-has-changed-the-conversation-about-the-great-reset-crypto-glenn-beck Website: utbnow.com Podcast: https://bible-mysteries.captivate.fm Videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/BibleMysteries Donate: via Paypal at utbnow.com Email: unlockthebiblenow@gmail.com

Encyclopedia Womannica
Innovators: Mary Walton

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 9:19


Mary Walton (c.1821-unknown) was an inventor who came up with methods to minimize the effects of pollution caused by the industrial revolution.Special thanks to LinkedIn as our exclusive Women's History Month sponsor on Womanica. Join the conversation happening around the world, as LinkedIn members are redefining what it means to be a professional in today's work environment.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey