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Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 228 | Money Talkies with Samantha Houghton | How to Leverage Your Story to Turbo-Charge Your Business

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 25:38


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. And welcome back to another episode of Money Talkies! In today's episode we're speaking to Samantha Houghton once more. Samantha is an international best-selling author, ghostwriter, and of course, a mentor. And in today's episode, Samantha will share secrets with us, and tell us how we can leverage our stories to turbo-charge our businesses. Let's find out! Connect with Samantha here: Website: http://www.samanthahoughton.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samantha.houghton.33 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheInspiringWriter/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samantha-houghton-35a9635b/ Twitter: @memoirmentor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memoir_mentor_and_ghostwriter/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

The Melissa Ambrosini Show
428: The Simple At-Home Gene Test To Customize Your Supplements, Prevent Disease & Slow Aging | Kashif Khan

The Melissa Ambrosini Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 59:31


You don't get to choose your DNA. But you CAN choose to live your life in a way that's best for your unique genetic makeup. In this episode, I'm chatting with Kashif Khan about the tremendous amount of valuable information that can be gleaned from our DNA, along with how these insights can be used to create a kind of “personalised instruction manual” to optimise every aspect of your life — from your health, to your personality and more. Press play to discover why biohackers are frothing about the new at-home testing kits, learn how being informed about your genes can help you radically transform your health, and hear how your genes can even help you find the right career path. (If you're not loving your work right now, these insights will rock your world!)Head to https://melissaambrosini.com/428 for the show notes.My newsletter: melissaambrosini.com/newsletterMy instagram: @melissaambrosini See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Happified
The Power of Sports Medicine Principles to Transform your Health

Happified

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 58:53


Dr. Zynul Khan has supported elite athletes on sports teams in Trinidad and Tobago, and has served his community as an emergency medicine physician.  His experience witnessing both ends of the physical spectrum showed him that the same principles that support optimal performance can be utilized by anyone looking to restore their health, albeit with different goals and intentions in mind. Dr. Khan puts aside the ‘doctor speak' to make his habit upgrades manageable, and supports his private clients in building on their progress to achieve their healthiest weight and to live a healthier life.  In this episode we discuss: The shock of treating patients suffering from diseases decades earlier than typically found Seeing a friend's life transformed with basic lifestyle interventions Dr. Khan's four Pillars of Health The impact of stress on obesity and physical health Confusing nutrition messaging, and what myths have been debunked Why a ‘cheat day' shouldn't be considered cheating How a healthier body changes its cravings and preferences Tracking the true cause of imbalance or disease, and why it might be different that you expect The simplest mindfulness practice that anyone can integrate Improving sleep routines to restore your ehealth Contact Dr. Khan to receive his free ebook and to learn more about his upcoming online programs to transform your health with do-able lifestyle modifications.

Cyrus Says
Cock & Bull feat. Amit and Antariksh | NIMBY, Aryan Khan HC Statement, Farm Laws Repeal

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 80:34


On this episode, Cyrus is joined by his trusty sidekicks - Amit and Silverie (Antariksh) to talk about actors not wanting to sponsor products like alcohol, paan masala, etc, the New York Times video (correction: Silverie said Business Insider by mistake during the recording; link to the video below) that talks about what Democrats do when they're in power, the term NIMBY - Not In My Backyard, Amit figuring out/knowing the means to all the three words of the week - 'Isthmus', 'Creeping Jenny', 'Creeping Jesus', and a lot more. They also discuss the Bombay High Court's statement in the Aryan Khan drugs case, the BJP rolling back three of its farm laws, the farmers seemingly winning this battle over these farm laws, the rise of Anti-Gandhi sentiments in India over the last few years, and tons more.Link to The New York Times video: https://youtu.be/hNDgcjVGHIwSubscribe to our new YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmY4iMGgEa49b7-NH94p1BQAlso, subscribe to Cyrus' YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCHAb9jLYk0TwkWsCxom4q8AYou can follow Amit on Instagram & Twitter @DoshiAmit: https://twitter.com/doshiamit and https://instagram.com/doshiamitYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram @antariksht: https://instagram.com/antarikshtDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or e-mailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @BoredBroacha (https://www.instagram.com/boredbroacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
2.60. History of the Mongols: Golden Horde #1

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:10


Having taken you, our dear listeners, through the Yuan, Chagatayid and Ilkhanates, we now turn our attention to the northwestern corner of the Mongol Empire: the Jochid ulus, the Golden Horde. Ruled by the line of Chinggis' eldest son Jochi, this single division of the Mongol Empire was larger than the maximum extent of most empires, dominating from the borders of Hungary and the Balkans, briefly taking the submission of Serbia, stretching ever eastwards over what is now Ukraine, Russia, through Kazakhstan before terminating at the Irtysh River. Under its hegemony were many distinct populations; the cities of the Rus' principalities, the fur trading centres of the Volga Bulghars along the Samara Bend, the mercantile outposts of the Crimean peninsula which gave the Jochid Khans access to the Mediterranean Sea, to the Khwarezm delta, giving them a position in the heart of the Central Asian trade. These distant frontiers, hundreds upon hundreds of kilometres apart, were connected by the western half of the great Eurasian steppe, the Qipchaq Desert as it was known to Islamic writers. Thus was the Golden Horde, and over the next few episodes we'll take you through its history, from its establishment under Batu, to the height of its glory under Özbeg, to its lengthy disintegration from the end of the fourteenth century onwards. This first episode will serve as an introduction to the history of the Golden Horde, beginning first with its very name and important historiographical matters, then taking you through its origins, up to the death of Berke and ascension of Möngke-Temür, the first ruler of the Golden Horde as an independent state.  I'm your host David, and this is Kings and Generals: Ages of Conquest.       As good a place to start as any is terminology, and the Golden Horde is known by a host of names. Firstly and most famously, we can note that the Golden Horde is a later appellation, given to the state centuries later in Rus' chronicles. In Russian this is Zolotaya Orda (Золотой Орды),  which in Mongolian and Turkish would be Altan Orda. The English word “horde” comes directly from Mongolian ordu, though also used in Turkic languages, and signifies, depending on the case, a command headquarters, the army, tent or palace- quite different from the image of uncontrolled rabble that usually comes to mind with the term. While commonly said that the Rus' chronicles took the term from the golden colour of the Khan's tents, we actually do see the term Golden Horde used among the Mongols before the emergence of the Golden Horde state. For the Mongols and Turks, all the cardinal directions have colour associated with them. Gold is the colour associated with the center; while the divisions of the army would be known by their direction and colour, the overall command or imperial government could be known as the center, the qol, or by its colour, altan. This is further augmented by the association of the colour gold with the Chinggisids themselves, as descent from Chinggis Khan was the altan urugh, the Golden Lineage; and the name of a well-known Mongolian folk band. For example, in 1246 when the Franciscan Friar John de Plano Carpini travelled to Mongolia as an envoy from the Pope, he visited a number of camps of the new Khan, Güyük. Each camp was named, and one of these was, as Carpini notes, called the Golden Horde. In this case, Carpini also describes Güyük's tent as being literally covered in gold, with even the nails holding the wooden beams being gold.       So Altan orda, or Golden Horde, may well have been in use within the Golden Horde khanate. However, the term is never used to refer to it in the thirteenth or fourteenth centuries. What we see instead is a collection of other terms. In the Ilkhanate, it was common to refer to the rulers as the Khans of Qipchap, and the state as the Desht-i-Qipchaq, the Qipchaq steppe or desert. Hence in modern writing you will sometimes see it as the Qipchap Khanate. But this seems unlikely to have been a term in use by the Jochid Khans, given that the Qipchaps were the Khan's subjects and seen as Mongol slaves; a rather strange thing for the Mongols to name themselves after them. Given that it was the pre-Mongol term for the region, and the Ilkhanid writers liked to denigrate the Jochid Khans whenever possible, it makes rather good sense that they would continue using it.       Many modern historians, and our series researcher, like to refer to it as the Jochid ulus, the patrimony of the house of Jochi, particularly before the actual independence of the Golden Horde following 1260. This term appears closer to what we see in Yuan and Mamluk sources, where the Golden Horde was usually called the ulus of Batu or Berke, or ulus of whoever was currently the reigning Khan. Either designating themselves by the current ruler, or by the more general ulug ulus, meaning “great state or patrimony,” with perhaps just the encampment of the Khan known as the altan ordu, the Golden Horde, among the Jochids themselves. Over the following episodes the term Jochid ulus will be used to refer to the state in general, and Golden Horde will be used specifically for the independent khanate which emerged after the Berke-Hülegü war in the 1260s.       There is another matter with terminology worth pointing out before we go further. The Jochid domains were split into two halves; west of the Ural river, ruled by the line of Batu, Jochi's second son. And east of the Ural River, ruled by the line of Orda, Jochi's first son. Now, Batu may have been the general head of the Jochids, or a first amongst equals, or Orda and Batu may have been given totally distinct domains. Perhaps the ulus of Orda simply became more autonomous over the thirteenth century. Opinions differ greatly, and unfortunately little information survives on the exact relationship, but the ulus of Orda was, by 1300, effectively independent and the Batuid Khans Toqta and Özbeg would, through military intervention, bring it under their influence. So essentially, there were two wings of the Jochids with a murky relationship, which is further obfuscated by inconsistent naming of them in the historical sources. Rus' and Timurid sources also refer to the White Horde and the Blue Horde. The Rus' sources follow Turko-Mongolian colour directions and have the White Horde, the lands ruled by the line of Batu, the more westerly, and Orda's ulus being the Blue Horde to the east.  Except in Timurid sources, this is reversed, with Batu's line ruling the Blue Horde, and Orda the White.        There has been no shortage of scholarly debate over this, and you will see the terms used differently among modern writers. This is not even getting into the matter if the Golden Horde was then itself another division within this, referring to territory belonging directly to the Khan within the Batuid Horde. For the sake of clarity, this podcast will work on the following assumptions, with recognition that other scholars interpretations may differ greatly: that following Jochi's death around 1227, the Jochid lines and lands were divided among Batu and Orda, with Batu acting as the head of the lineage. The western half of this division, under Batu, we will call the White Horde, and Orda's eastern division will be the Blue Horde. Together, these were the Jochid ulus, with the rest of their brothers given allotments within the larger domains. While Batu was the senior in the hierarchy, Orda was largely autonomous, which following the Berke-Hülegü war turned into the Blue Horde becoming effectively independent until the start of the fourteenth century, as apparently suggested by Rashid al-Din and Marco Polo,        One final note is that we have effectively no internal sources surviving from the Golden Horde. In the opinion of scholars like Charles Halperin, the Golden Horde simply had no chronicle tradition. Any records they maintained were likely lost in the upheavals of the late fourteenth century that culminated in the great invasion under Tamerlane in the 1390s, where effectively every major city in the steppe region of the Horde was destroyed.  The closest we come to Golden Horde point-of-view chronicles appear in the sixteenth century onwards, long after the dissolution of the Horde. The first and most notable was the mid-sixteenth century Qara Tawarikh of Ötemish Hajji, based in Khiva in the service of descendants of Jochi's son, Shiban. Sent to the lower Volga by his masters, there he collected oral folk tales which he compiled into his history. While often bearing intriguing and amusing tales, they reveal little in the way of the internal machinations of the Golden Horde. Luckily we are serviced from more contemporary sources, most notably Ilkhanid and Mamluk sources- once again our friend the Ilkhanid vizier Rashid al-Din is of utmost importance, who provides us an important outline of the Golden Horde's politics up to 1300. The Mamluks and Ilkhanid sources largely collected information from Jochid diplomats or refugees. Most of our understanding of Golden Horde political events, and the details of the following episodes, comes from these sources.   Post-Ilkhanid Timurid and Jalayirid authors help somewhat for the later fourteenth century, while the Rus' sources provide information on the Golden Horde almost exclusively in the context of its interactions with the principalities, similar to other European and Byzantine sources. A few details can be gleaned too from travellers like Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta, and even distant Yuan sources from China. Archaeology has provided some interesting details, particularly relating to trade and the extensive coinage circulation of the Jochids. Despite this, the Golden Horde remains, regardless of its fame, arguably one of the poorer understood of the Mongol Khanates.       So, with that bit of paperwork out of the way, let's get on with it! The kernel of the immense Golden Horde can be found in the first decades of the thirteenth century. In the first ten years of the Mongol Empire Jochi, Chinggis Khan's first son, was tasked with leading campaigns around Lake Baikal, as well as the first expeditions that brought their armies far to the west of Mongolia. While around Baikal he had been sent to subdue the local peoples, in 1216 Jochi and Sübe'edei pursued fleeing Merkits across Kazakhstan, to the region between the Aral Sea and the Caspian. Here, the Merkits had allied with Qangli-Qipchaps, beginning the long running Mongol animosity to the various Qipchap peoples. While Jochi was the victor here, he was forced into battle with the Khwarezm-Shah Muhammad on his return, as we have previously detailed. But the result seems to have been an association of these western steppes as Jochi's lands, in the eyes of the Mongol leadership.       Such an association was strengthened following the campaign against the Khwarezmian Empire. The Mongols saw conquering a region as making it part of the patrimony of a given prince, and such a belief fueled into the interactions between Jochi and his brothers, especially Chagatai. This was most apparent at the siege of the Khwarezmian capital of Gurganj, where Jochi sought to minimize destruction to the city- not out of humanity, but as it would be a jewel in his domains as one of the preeminent trade cities in Central Asia. Chagatai, in a long running competition with his brother, was not nearly so compassionate. The end result was Gurganj being almost totally annihilated, and Jochi and Chagatai's antagonism reaching the frustrated ears of their father. As you may recall, Jochi's mother Börte had been captured by Merkits before he was born, leaving an air of doubt around the true identity of his father. Chinggis, to his credit, always treated Jochi as fully legitimate, and indeed up until 1221, in the opinion of some scholars, appears to have been grooming him as his primary heir. However, the falling out between Jochi and Chagatai over the siege of Gurganj, and Chagatai's apparent refusal to accept Jochi as anything but a “Merkit bastard,” as attributed to him in the Secret History of the Mongols, left Chinggis with  the realization that should Jochi become Khan, it would only lead to war between the brothers. And hence, the decision to make Ögedai the designated heir.       It has often been speculated that Jochi's massive patrimony was essentially a means to keep him and Chagatai as far apart as possible,and appeasing Jochi once he was excluded from the throne.  Following the conquest of Khwarezm, Jochi seems to have taken well to the western steppe being his territory, the grasslands between the Ural and Irtysh Rivers. Juzjani, writing around 1260, writes of Jochi falling in love with these lands, believing them to be the finest in the world. Some later, pro-Toluid sources portray Jochi then spending the last years of his life doing nothing but hunting and drinking in these lands, but this seems to have been aimed at discrediting his fitness. Rather he likely spent this time consolidating and gradually pushing west his new realm, past the Aral Sea towards the Ural River, while his primary camp was along the Irtysh. Though effectively nothing is known of Jochi's administration, we can regard this period as the true founding of what became the Jochid ulus, and eventually the Golden Horde. Though he died between 1225 and 1227, either of illness, a hunting accident or poisoned by his father, Chinggis immediately confirmed upon Jochi's many offspring -at least 14 sons- their rights to their father's lands. And Chinggis, or perhaps Ögedai, made Jochi's second son Batu the head of the lineage. It was then that the division of the Jochid lands into two wings under Orda and Batu may have been first implemented.        By the start of Ögedai's reign, the western border of the Mongol Empire  extended past the Ural River, and Mongol armies were attacking the Volga Bulghars.  While we do not have much information on it, we may presume a level of involvement on the part of Batu and his brothers. Of course, in the second half of the 1230s Ögedai ordered the great invasion that overran the western steppe. Starting from the Ural River, within 5 years the Mongol Empire was extended some 3,000 kilometres westwards to the borders of Hungary. Whereas previously the urban area of the Jochid lands was restricted to the Khwarezm Delta and the scattered steppe settlements, now it included the cities of the Rus' principalities, Volga Bulghars, other Volga communities, and the Crimean peninsula. All in addition to the western half of the great Eurasian steppe, and the now subdued Cuman-Qipchaq peoples. By 1242, Batu was arguably the single most powerful individual in the Mongol Empire. Enjoying the rich grasslands along the Volga between the Black and Caspian Seas, Batu created a permanent capital, Sarai. Much like the imperial capital of Qaraqorum, Sarai served as a base to collect tribute, receive embassies, and house the administration and records, while Batu and the other Jochid princes continued to nomadize. The newly conquered territories were quickly incorporated in the Mongol tax system, and the Rus' principalities began to see Mongol basqaqs and darughachi come to collect the Khan's due.       But Batu was an ambitious man. There was clearly an understanding that the Jochids were granted the west of Asia as theirs, and he took this quite literally. As the Mongol Empire incorporated Iran, the Caucasus and Anatolia over the 1230s through 40s, Batu ensured that Jochid land rights were not just respected, but expanded. The administration in these regions was picked either from Batu's men, or from his consultation, such as Baiju Noyan, the commander of the Caucasian tamma forces and who brought the Rumi Seljuqs under Mongol rule.    In the turmoil following Ögedai's death, Batu extended his hold over western Asia. Naturally, this put him on a collision course with the Central Government. When Ögedai's widow, Törögene tried to hunt down her political rivals, such as the head of the Central Asia Secretariat Mas'ud Beg, Batu gave shelter to him. When her son Güyük took the throne, Batu did not attend his quriltai in person, putting off any meeting due to, Batu claimed, the severe gout he suffered from preventing his travel. Batu and Güyük had been rivals ever since the great western campaign, where Güyük had insulted Batu's leadership. Güyük hoped to put a cap on the decentralization of power which had occurred during the last years of his father's reign and during his mother's regency, and showed a willingness to execute imperial princes, such as the last of Chinggis Khan's surviving brothers, Temüge. When rumour came to Batu that Güyük was planning a massive new campaign to subdue the west, Batu must have suspected that Güyük planned on bringing him to heel too; either limiting his political freedom, or outright replacing him with Batu's older brother, Orda, with whom Güyük was on good terms with.    The news of Güyük's advance came from Sorqaqtani Beki, the widow of Tolui and sister of one of Jochi's most important wives. Sources like William of Rubruck have Batu preemptively poison Güyük in spring 1248, thus avoiding civil war. Batu and Sorqaqtani then promptly had many of Güyük's favourites executed and, in a quriltai in Batu's territory, had her son Möngke declared Khan of Khans in 1250, before an official ceremony in Mongolia the next year. The relationship was an effective one. In being key supporters for Möngke's otherwise illegal election, Jochid land rights were confirmed across the empire. Transoxania was cleared of Chagatayids and handed over the Jochids, Georgia confirmed for Batu's younger brother Berke, and travellers who passed through the empire in these years like William of Rubruck basically have the empire divided between Batu and Möngke. Most of western Asia, both north and south of the Caucasus, was overseen by Batu and his men. When Batu died around 1255, the Jochids enjoyed a preeminence second only to the Great Khan himself. The special place of the Jochid leader was recognized by numerous contemporary sources, and it is notable that while the rest of the empire was divided into the great branch secretariats, that the Jochid lands were not placed into one until late in Möngke's reign, and there is little indication it was ever properly established before Jochid independence.    However, despite even Möngke recognizing Batu's power, as a part of his wider centralizing efforts he reminded Batu of the leash on him. Batu's interactions with William of Rubruck indicate that Batu saw his power to conduct foreign diplomacy was limited; the Jochid lands were not exempted from Möngke's empire-wide censuses, and when Möngke demanded Batu provide troops for Hülegü's campaigns against the Nizari Ismailis and Baghdad, Batu duly complied. During Batu's lifetime it was the name of the Great Khan who continued to be minted on coinage in the Jochid lands, and Rus' princes still had to receive yarliqs, or confirmation, not from Batu but from Qaraqorum. And in 1257, Möngke ordered the Jochid lands to be incorporated into a new Secretariat, and thus bring them better under the control of the Central Government. There is no indication from the sources that Batu or his successors resisted Möngke in any capacity in these efforts   Following Batu's death, Möngke promptly ratified Batu's son Sartaq as his successor, but as Sartaq returned from Qaraqorum, he died under mysterious circumstances; in a few sources, the blame falls onto his uncles, Berke and Berkechir. Sartaq's son or brother Ilagchi was made Khan under the regency of Batu's widow Boraqchin Khatun, but soon both were dead. Though Ilagchi's cause of death is unmentioned, for Boraqchin the Mamluk sources note that Berke had her tried and executed for treason. Still, for Sartaq and Ilagchi the tendency for Mongol princes to die at inopportune times can't be forgotten, and Berke may have simply reacted to a favourable circumstance.  The fact that he stood with the most to gain from their deaths made him the likely scapegoat even to contemporary writers, even if he happened to actually be innocent of the matter. Much like how Batu may or may not have poisoned Güyük, the deaths are a little too convenient for the relevant Jochid princes to be easily dismissed.   Between 1257 and 1259, possibly waiting for Möngke to begin his Song campaign and be unable to interfere, Berke became the head of the Jochid ulus. As the aqa of the Jochids, that is, the senior member of the line of Jochi, he did this with the approval of his fellow Jochid princes and military leaders. But there is no indication that Berke ever received support from Qaraqorum for his enthronement. Given that Chinggis Khan had confirmed upon Batu the right to rule, the shift from brother-to-brother, though common in steppe successions, was still an extreme matter.   Part of the success of Berke's ascension may have been achieved through an agreement with Batu's family. According to the fourteenth century Mamluk author al-Mufaddal, the childless Berke designated Batu's grandson Möngke-Temür as his heir. Some historians like Roman Pochekaev have suggested that Berke's enthronement may have been leveraged as part of an agreement; that Berke, as the most senior member of the Jochids, could take the throne following the death of Ilagchi Khan. But, the prestige of Batu made his line the designated leaders of the White Horde. Without his own children, on Berke's death the throne would fall back to the line of Batu, under his grandson Möngke-Temür.  And so it would remain among Batu's descendants until the 1360s, almost 100 years after Berke's death.    As you likely know, Berke was the first Mongol prince known to convert to Islam. The exact time of his conversion varies in the sources, but a convincing argument has been put forward by professor István Vásáry. Essentially, that Berke, likely through a Muslim mid-wife that raised him (and not a Khwarezmian Princess, as sometimes suggested) was either in his youth a convert to Islam, or at least extremely influenced by it. By the time of the 1251 quriltai in Mongolia which confirmed Möngke as Great Khan, Berke is attested in independent sources writing at the same time to have sought to Islamize the event; getting the meat to be slaughtered for the feast to be halal, according to Juvaini, and trying to get Möngke to swear on the Quran, according to Juzjani. On his return from Mongolia, he was contacted by a Sufi shaykh in Bukhara, Sayf ad-Din Bakharzi, who is mentioned in a number of sources in connection with Berke's conversion. Having heard of a prominent Mongol prince's interest in Islam, the Shaykh invited Berke to Bukhara, and there gave him a formal education in the religion, leading to Berke to make a more official declaration of his faith likely around 1252. Berke's conversion was accompanied by the conversion of his wives, a number of other princes, members of his family and his generals, though all evidence suggests there was only limited spread of the faith among the rank and file Mongols at the time.    As Khan, Berke sought to ensure Jochid hegemony on frontier regions. His troops crushed a newly independent Ruthenian Kingdom in Galicia, and in 1259 his armies under Burundai Noyan led a devastating raid into Poland. Possibly in this time Bulgaria began paying tribute to the Jochids as well. Berke demanded the submission of the Hungarian King, Béla IV, and offered a marriage alliance between their families. As Hungary was spared any damage in Burundai's 1259 campaign, it has been suggested that Béla undertook a nominal submission to Berke, sending tribute and gifts in order to spare Hungary from another assault.    In Khwarezm and the Caucasus Berke continued to exercise influence. But tensions were fraying with his cousin Hülegü, who in 1258 sacked Baghdad and killed the ‘Abbasid Caliph. Obviously, as a Muslim Berke was not keen to learn of the Caliph's death. According to the contemporary author Juzjani, writing from distant Delhi, Berke had been in contact with the Caliph in the years preceding the siege. Much of Berke's anger though, as gleaned from his letters to the Mamluks and the writing of Rashid al-Din, was at Hülegü's failure to consult with Berke as the senior member of the family, and as the master of western Asia. Though Jochid troops partook in the siege, and we have no indication from the sources that Berke tried to prevent them taking part, it seems Hülegü did not reach out to Berke regarding the fate of Baghdad, or in the dispensation of loot.   Berke was greatly angered at this, and relations only worsened over the following years, once Hülegü killed the Jochid princes in his retinue on charges of sorcery; it just so happened that these same prince had previously annoyed Hülegü through attempting to enforce Jochid land rights over Iran and Iraq. The final straw came in early 1260 once Hülegü learned of Möngke's death. Hülegü by then had already set up in the pastures of Azerbaijan, land Berke considered his. As he learned of the fighting between his brothers Khubilai and Ariq Böke which broke out later that year, Hülegü decided to use the interregnum to seize the pastures of the Caucasus, as well as all of the land between the Amu Darya and Syria, for himself. Berke's officials in these lands were driven out or killed. With no Great Khan to intercede, Berke felt forced to resort to violence to avenge his fallen kinsmen and retake his lands; in 1262 he went to war with Hülegü, and so did the Mongol Empire in the west split asunder.   We've covered the Berke-Hülegü war in detail in a previous episode, so we don't need to repeat ourselves here. The end result was both Berke and Hülegü dead by 1266, and the frontier between them set along the Kura River, where Hülegü's son and successor Abaqa built a wall to keep out the Jochids- though the jury is out on whether he made them pay for it. The conflict set the border between the newly emerged Ilkhanate and the Jochid state for the next century, and the Jochids would not forget the sting of losing this territory to the Ilkhanids for that time either.    On Berke's death his coffin was carried back to Sarai.  Berke's reign, though much shorter than Batu's, had been a decisive one. For not only did it determine many aspects of the Golden Horde's diplomacy and character, notably antagonism to the Ilkhans, a predatory view to the Chagatayids who in the 1260s retook control of Transoxiana and killed Berke's officials, and a cool, distant view to Khubilai Khaan's legitimacy. He helped begin the alliance with the Mamluk Sultans, which never materialized into any actual military cooperation but uneased the Ilkhans and allowed the Mamluks to continue to purchase Qipchaq slaves from the steppe. This alliance too would survive essentially until the dissolution of the Golden Horde at the start of the fifteenth century.    But it also seeded the kernel for eventual islamization of the Khanate, a slow process which would only be fulfilled some sixty years later under Özbeg Khan. While their father was the true founder of the Jochid ulus in the 1200s, both Batu and Berke could argue for this title. Batu posthumously became the Sain Khan, the Good Khan, while to the Mamluks the Golden Horde rulers ascended to the throne of Berke. With his death, it seems at Sarai a quriltai was held to confirm the enthronement of his grand-nephew, Möngke-Temür, the first true independent ruler of what we can call the Golden Horde, and subject of our new episode, so be sure to subscribe to the Kings and Generals Podcast to follow. If you enjoyed this and would like to help us continue bringing you great content, consider supporting us on patreon a www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals, or giving us a like, comment and review on the podcast catcher of your choice, and share with your friends, it helps immensely. This episode was researched and written by our series historian, Jack Wilson. I'm your host David, and we'll catch you on the next one.   

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 227 | Setting Outrageous Goals and then Manifesting Them

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 19:30


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. In today's episode we're talking about setting outrageous goals, and the importance of this for you to achieve long-term wealth. Why? Let's find out! Connect with Gull: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGullKhan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Pinterest: https://fi.pinterest.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

The Eye of Horus | A Warhammer 30K Horus Heresy Podcast
Episode 189 - The Khan! And a Merchant Princeling Drops By!

The Eye of Horus | A Warhammer 30K Horus Heresy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Welcome to Episode 189, we talk about the new rules Forgeworld have dropped, admire The Khan, Tim tries to explain fentanyl to Michael, then we dive into some information we gathered around the traps! In the middle segment Tim has a conversation with Tom Sargent discussing the UK scene and the new Merchant Princeling podcast!Part 1 - New Stuff (The Khan, PDFs) WWBD, Round the TrapsLet The Devil In - Green LungPart 2 - Chatting to Tom SargentPursuit of Vikings- Amon AmarthPart 3 - Wrap-Up!Merchant Princelings Podcast:https://open.spotify.com/show/5LLRYqECeCLj32cJxJx6nMVeil of Darkness Event:https://fb.me/e/1HdFjnO0kInvestigate our Corporate Dirtbags!Versatile Terrainhttps://www.versatileterrain.co.uk/Grimdark Terrainhttps://grimdarkterrain.com/Crystal Fortresshttps://www.crystal-fortress.com/Black Label Paintinghttps://www.facebook.com/blacklabelpaintimg/Quartermasterhttps://itunes.apple.com/au/app/quartermaster-5/id879731050EOH PATREON:https://www.patreon.com/eyeofhoruspodcastCULT OF PAINT CLASSES:https://www.cultofpaint.com/30K GLOBAL EVENT CALENDAR:https://www.facebook.com/groups/147669179268284/Mournival Eventshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/190699548351507DEATH OF HOPE:https://youtu.be/x9wV2sGlXjY

SoCal Restaurant Show
Show 452, November 20, 2021: Chef Imram Ali Mookhi, Khan Saab Desi Craft Kitchen, Fullerton

SoCal Restaurant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 12:16


“Khan Saab Desi Craft Kitchen in Fullerton is a 100% Halal restaurant featuring high-end Desi cuisine paired alongside a menu of alcohol-free crafted mocktails from the award-winning Chef Imran Ali Mookhi. Built on the mission to highlight global cuisine in … Continue reading → The post Show 452, November 20, 2021: Chef Imram Ali Mookhi, Khan Saab Desi Craft Kitchen, Fullerton appeared first on SoCal Restaurant Show.

Righteous And Ratchet
Ciroca Khan [Bonus Episode]

Righteous And Ratchet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 18:32


If you want to hear the rest of this episode and a bonus episode of Here's The Thing EVERY WEEK, click the link! https://linktr.ee/Kevonstagestudios

KhojGurbani
Jaa Kai Vas Khan Sultan (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Page 182)

KhojGurbani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 8:54


Jaa Kai Vas Khan Sultan, ਜਾ ਕੈ ਵਸਿ ਖਾਨ ਸੁਲਤਾਨ (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Page 182 Sabad 430)

The Turnbuckle Tavern
Bulk Nasty Visits The Tavern!

The Turnbuckle Tavern

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 39:30


This week on Visits The Tavern, we are joined by IWC Heavyweight Champion, Bulk Nasty! During our time, we discussed working with IWC, early wrestling fandom and why he waned to become a professional wrestler, coming up with Dr. Britt Baker at IWC, working with a young Wardlow and so much more! We hope you enjoy as much as we did and we hope to see you back the same time next week!

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 226 | Friday Feature: Samantha Houghton

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 32:21


Today we're on another episode of our Friday Feature where we talk with astounding entrepreneurs and their success stories. In today's episode we're speaking to Samantha Houghton. Samantha is an award-winning author and coach who helps other people to heal themselves by writing their memoirs and actually getting their books out. She's going to be talking to us today about how she battled with mental health from a young age and has come out the other end much stronger, and is now able to not only heal herself but help her clients heal themselves too. Let's find out how! Connect with Samantha here: Website: http://www.samanthahoughton.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samantha.houghton.33 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheInspiringWriter/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samantha-houghton-35a9635b/ Twitter: @memoirmentor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memoir_mentor_and_ghostwriter/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Christian Finnegan and Ophira Eisenberg and then Brian Khan Episode 480

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:16


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Christian Finnegan  is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. BUY HIS NEW ALBUM--- "Show Your Work: Live at QED"   Finnegan is perhaps best known as one of the original panelists on VH1's Best Week Ever and as Chad, the only white roommate in the “Mad Real World” sketch on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. Additional television appearances as himself or performing stand up have included “Conan”, “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, "Would You Rather...with Graham Norton", “Good Afternoon America” and multiple times on The Today Show and Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and on History's I Love the 1880s. He hosted TV Land's game show "Game Time". As an actor, Finnegan portrayed the supporting role of "Carl" in the film Eden Court, a ticket agent in "Knight and Day" and several guest roles including a talk show host on "The Good Wife". In October 2006, Finnegan's debut stand up comedy CD titled Two For Flinching was released by Comedy Central Records, with a follow-up national tour of college campuses from January to April 2007. “Au Contraire!” was released by Warner Bros. Records in 2009. His third special "The Fun Part" was filmed at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston on April 4, 2013 and debuted on Netflix on April 15, 2014.   Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian-born standup comedian and writer. She hosted NPR's nationally syndicated comedy trivia show Ask Me Another (airing on 400+ stations) where she interviewed, joked, and played silly games with some of the biggest and funniest folks in the world.  Lauded as “hilarious, high risk, and an inspiration,” Ophira filmed her comedy special Inside Joke, when she was 8½ months pregnant. The show's material revolves around how she told everyone that she was never going to have kids, and then unexpectedly found herself expecting at “an advanced maternal age.” Inside Joke can be found on Amazon and iTunes, along with her two other comedy albums, Bangs!and As Is. She has appeared on Comedy Central, This Week at The Comedy Cellar, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, HBO's Girls, Gotham Live, The Late Late Show, The Today Show, and VH-1. The New York Times called her a skilled comedian and storyteller with “bleakly stylish” humor. She was also selected as one of New York Magazine's “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and hailed by Forbes.com as one of the most engaging comics working today. Ophira is a regular host and teller with The Moth and her stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and in two of The Moth's best-selling books, including the most recent New York Times Bestseller Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible. Ophira's first book, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamyis a comedic memoir about her experiments in the field as a single woman, traveling from futon to futon and flask-to-flask, gathering data, hoping to put it all together and build her own perfect mate. She is also sought after as a brilliant interviewer and moderator, and has interviewed dozens of celebrities, writers, and actors. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Ophira graduated with a Cultural Anthropology and Theater degree from McGill University. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she is a fixture at New York City's comedy clubs Brian Kahn is a journalist covering climate change, easily the world's most important issue. He is currently the managing editor at Earther after serving as a senior reporter for two years. Brian has an MA in Climate and Society from Columbia University and is currently a faculty member for the program. Brian's writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Grist, the Daily Kos, Mashable, Quartz, Salon and Yale Climate Connections and been cited in the New York Times, Washington Post and Slate. I've done TV and radio interviews on CBC, Sirius XM, Al Jazeera, NPR, SkyNews, i24 News and Wall Street Journal Live.   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

The Playlist Podcast Network
Benedict Cumberbatch Talks Going Method For 'Power Of The Dog' & Teases Upcoming ‘Doctor Strange' Sequel [The Discourse]

The Playlist Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 14:54


Benedict Cumberbatch has a real knack for playing unique, oftentimes misunderstood egomaniacs. Whether it's Doctor Strange, Sherlock Holmes, Patrick Melrose, Julian Assange, or Khan, the actor finds a way to ground his oftentimes sociopathic characters in a real emotional truth. Enter, Phil Burbank, Cumberbatch's character from the upcoming Netflixfilm, “The Power of the Dog” – and a whole new level of depraved bully that the actor had to find a way to humanize. In this episode of The Discourse, Benedict Cumberbatch talks all about bringing his latest Oscar-worthy performance to life, and by going “method,” no less. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/support

Write Like You Mean It
Episode 3: When The Reader Loves You Back with Shubnum Khan

Write Like You Mean It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 36:08


If you want to read about the essay Shubnum and I discuss in today's episode, you can find it here: New York Times Modern Love: From A Sale, Lace Undergarments, Never Worn. You can learn more about her writing here.You can follow her on social media here and  here. 

Planet Reimagined with Adam Met
2.10 SPI's New Futures Fellowship, Research, and Advocacy - Mila Rosenthal, Nia Smith, and Rai Saad Khan

Planet Reimagined with Adam Met

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 36:22


Today we're in conversation with Mila Rosenthal, the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Sustainable Partners, Inc (SPI), as well as Nia Smith and Rai Saad Khan, two of SPI's New Futures Fellows. If you're reading this, you may have noticed that Sustainable Partners, Inc. is the Executive Producer of this podcast. Adam Met, our lovely host, founded SPI in 2019 to turn climate research into climate action. Along with producing Planet Reimagined and other climate-focused media, SPI runs a summer fellowship that brings together undergraduate and graduate students from around the world to work on projects tackling the issues laid out by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Each fellowship group produces an academic paper that explores their topic deeply, and media that advocates for a solution. Mila is not only the Managing Director of SPI, but also heads the fellowship program. Her work as the Head of Communications and Advocacy at the UNDP, as well as her teaching position in Columbia University's Human Rights department, makes her perfect for the role. This past summer, she brought together ten fellows—from California to Sri Lanka—who produced projects on waste management and coastal access. Nia, an advocacy fellow on Team Waste, is an environmental designer and activist based in Los Angeles. She is currently studying architecture to develop more equitable and sustainable low-income housing. Rai, a research fellow on Team Coastal Access, is a Geography graduate from Christ Church, the University of Oxford, where he was a recipient of the Royal Geographical Society's DevGRG Dissertation Prize. His research interests include development geographies and local governance, particularly in South Asia. He is currently pursuing the law conversion course, and looks forward to pursuing a career in development and advocacy. We talk about what it was like to combine research and advocacy, how their projects fit into this year's theme of climate justice, and what they will take away from the program. If you'd like to support the fellowship, make sure to follow Sustainable Partners on Instagram and Twitter. You can find the projects of this summer's cohort here. And if you're interested in becoming a fellow, we'll be opening applications in the Spring of 2022. Make sure to listen closely, because you might just hear Mila's cat in the background! Reminder that we plant a tree for every subscriber, so go ahead and hit that button. Executive Produced by Sustainable Partners, Inc. Edited/Produced by Shelby Kaufman Associate Produced and Engineered by Sophie Ewh Music by Ryan and Jack Met of AJR All Rights Reserved, Sustainable Partners, Inc.

Sons of Slam Podcast
#121 - The Two Sides of Khan

Sons of Slam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 106:55


On this week's episode, we talk about ROH releasing the entire roster from their respective contracts, Jon Moxley receiving inpatient treatment, the recently released WWE wrestlers, all full recap of AEW Full Gear, a surprise run-in, and predictions for WWE's Survivor Series. Cheers and thanks for letting us penetrate your ears.

The Deal Board
Immigration in Pandemic Times with Lisa Krueger Khan and Michael Shea

The Deal Board

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 56:36


Andy and Jessica welcome you to another episode of The Deal Board Podcast. Today, they are talking about immigration and how things have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Andy and Jessica are accompanied by the experts: Michael Shea from Transworld's Orlando Office and Lisa Krueger Khan, Immigration Attorney who has been practicing in Orlando since 1997.   Listing of the week: Marty Fishman (South Florida) is selling a pool maintenance business creating $3,000 monthly revenue, it has three routes, three employees, and three vehicles. The business generates $450,000 a year. The owner is looking to retire. Price: $285,000. Email Marty at mfishman@tworld.com or call (954) 296-2995.   Key takeaways: [1:40] Lisa talks about herself and her practice. [2:47] Michael Shea introduces himself by talking about himself and his practice. [3:49] Lisa provides a general overview of the E2 Visa as it stands today. [14:02] How do the Visa programs affect the seller of a business? Why should a seller work with a broker who understands these programs? [16:33] Michael talks about submittal and expected timeframes. [21:55] Lisa discusses the travel bans and their exemptions. [25:42] How are the COVID-19 restrictions and travel bans affecting international buyers? [30:21] Lisa extends her advice to international buyers who are interested in investing in the U.S. [33:07] The E2 and the green card are not really related. [36:12] Michael gives suggestions to the sellers who want to attract the attention of international buyers. [44:01] Deal of the week: David Wechsler (Colorado) recently closed a transaction on a well-established plumbing and mechanical business that has been in business for more than 30 years. The buyer made a full-price offer within 24 hours. The business was sold for $1.35 million with an SBA loan and an initial payment of only $25,000. [52:12] Listing of the week: Marty Fishman (South Florida) is selling a pool maintenance business creating $3,000 monthly revenue, it has three routes, three employees, and three vehicles. The business generates $450,000 a year. The owner is looking to retire.   Mentioned in this Episode: The Deal Board Podcast Subscribe to The Deal Board Podcast YouTube Channel United Franchise Group Transworld Business Advisors Transworld on LinkedIn Transworld on Facebook Call us — (888) 711-9018 Email us thedealboard@tworld.com   Learn more about Lisa Krueger Khan Email Lisa Khan at lisa@lisavisa.com Learn more about Michael Shea Email Michael Shea at mike@tworld.com and visit his YouTube Channel Call David Wechsler at (303) 526-8239 or email him at david@tworld.com Contact Marty Fishman at mfishman@tworld.com or call (954) 296-2995 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 225 | Money Talkies with Christine Hansen | How to Charge High-Ticket with Ease

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 40:59


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. And welcome back to another episode of Money Talkies! On today's episode we're speaking to Christine Hansen. Christine is an award-winning business coach and consultant for online entrepreneurs who want to embrace their inner lazy, profit like a pro, and contribute to a better world without ever undercharging or feeling out of integrity. And today we're talking to Christine about how to charge High-ticket with ease. Let's find out how! Connect with Christine here: Website: https://www.christinemeansbusiness.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bychristine_hansen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bychristineh LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bychristinehansen/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

SocietyFringePodcast's podcast

Everything I wrote before this led up to it and everything since is coming to terms with it. I'll include the lyrics this time. The vocals are odd in spots because I was choking back tears. I never thought this would get done. Your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry, forgotten ones Love and hate Congregate Celebrate Love and Hate Dawn don't feel so good 'Cause nothing's understood And she's been wasting time And she's been forced to find a new time Barely holding on Tracking footsteps in the rain Of a darkness spawned Never going home again She's insane She's insane She's insane She's insane Midnight's broken The highway's spoken "I don't have a soul" Thought Remote Control Heaven's cruelest joke Crossroads sign is broke Dawn breathes reprieves Remote just leaves Dawn burns best at night When she feels it's right From her flows a glory Hellkind's meanest story Dawn wakes up beneath Remote Control Knows that she's there just to play her role Naked oozing love she becomes light Leaves her drooling walks out through the night To the show To the show To the show To the show Remote Control never will wake up Dawn's spent ashes combust and erupt Become one with everything and sing Desperate for the hope tomorrow brings To the show To the show To the show To the show She's reading Dharma Bums Preaching with a gun Haiku in the sun oh my sweet Jesus Flower petal burns Crash a sharp right turn Nothing's what you earn when you're in pieces Maybe she met you Made you join her crew Poetry for you that's nothing special Crack the whip and dash Where the sorrows clash Happiness is what she did embezzle Naked on the TV screen Dawn hit the mainstream I saw her on the magazine Freak in the mainstream Everybody's angst Is all but a prank Payed by you on you in times of vigor Dogma by the ton Everyone got one Shouting it about al full of rigor So be a Dharma Bum Suck your goddamn thumb Curl into a ball that's like a fetus Where's her zen cash crew? They don't know what to do Baby, we just need someone to lead us Give me fish I'm on my knees Freaks in the mainstream I saw her on the magazine What does it all mean? And when the lights go down We're lying naked on the ground And when the lights come up We mean to interrupt And when the light does bend Then we're you're only friends And when the light does fade We sing our serenade In my fantasy dance billions Chilling in a skinless ville Come forth and feel the beating of the drums When orgasmic screams of passion Happen and the waves crash at A distant forest fire that's just the sun Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup In an ancient land a man stood motionless He called forth all the powers of the devil To his hand In a modern time cry people Looking for a savior Find the strength to live You got it Form a band Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup War torn like a tenement It's all a big experiment There ain't no wrong or right when you hate god Evil seeps like rotting corpses Lectured on in college courses Piling up as if it were not odd Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Underneath the circus tent There sits a man his back is bent And in his hand his only son he holds a knife He says "hey, son, go on and do the job it's just begun and slice the trapeze rope it's all, yeah, just a life" Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Inside a cab a slab of meat Drives aimless through the city streets He works for nothing Gunfight all the time Then one fine day he snaps and wraps His hand around a nine and zaps A gas and go quadruple murder crime Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Walls of water feed corruption Deconstructed interruptions Naked timeless tunnels of the soul Bang and pop and cry the sky Shines on newborn forgotten son To teenage momma born from rock and roll Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry Forgotten ones Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Walking through Ancient Rome Everything's the same So I turn my back To the riverbed And children and their games Hello, friends I'm here to please To break the wickid ways Life's a myth a And so is this And so is judgement day I seen too soon Another swoon Running from a gun I felt the world Shrivel up Hell I'm only having fun Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Subadai Took Europe's sons And put them in the grave Built a world On top of them Vanished in the haze The Khan he sighed 'Cause he was bored And turned his mind to east Crushed their souls Drank from bowls Took pleasure in the feast Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Interviewing Dawn on judgement day "What you done?" Said Caesar's son And plunged the knife in deep The Gallic ones Were slaughtered by The Roman Nobilise Nobody lived To tell the tale History turned her back IRL For you and me It started in Iraq Interviewing Dawn come judgement day Interviewing Dawn come judgement day A song for al the hearts that are departed A prayer for those who never got it started A valentine for all the broken hearted A joke for all the bitterness departed A blindman's leap into a void suggestion A glimpse of hope for all thoise in depression No answer to the everlasting question Bask, become a target, no regression Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum If the world were perfect the dodo would live Brotherhood and sisterhood woud be the words to give Laughter would float endlessly up through a tearless sky Giant trees would shade a peace that never says "goodbye" In a world levitation Don't stand in line to find regeneration in all human kind You need no explanation Feel free to see reality And be for what you want to be Although I know the show won't start Take aim and touch my bleeding heart If the world were perfect I wouldn't lose my keys War would be a rhyme for door and there would be no need for peace A skinless man and woman would be all that we would need Money would be funny and we'd all say "what is greed?" But all the time my optimism fades And I get too hung up to struggle for the shade The world seems so unkind Build the nerve to climb out of this hole If the world were perfect I wouldn't sing this song If the world were perfect we'd be one big dancing throng In a world levitation Don't stand in line to find regeneration in all human kind You need no explanation Feel free to see reality And be for what you want to be Although I know the show won't start Take aim and touch my bleeding heart Packed in the slave ship side by side The slave ship captain enjoy the ride They bought and sold him flesh on leash From his home on the African beach And they trade his heart for gold What the white man sold The war was fought bondage gone 1860s protest song General Lee to MLK Elvis Presley in the USA And the time she rumbles on Hatred not long gone And she knows what she knows At he dawn of our millennium Bottled water and titanium Packed in the ghetto side by side His father owned his father they're side by side Neither one can make the rent Hatred raging action spent Cry forgotten ones I can walk away disgusted It ain't us against them It's us against us It's friend against friend So you know everything So you have got it done So your world will live on Cry forgotten son Your world is so mapped out From what your father planned Smile at the face of sickness It bites the other hand 'Cause your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry forgotten ones Your world ain't my world Killing for your god Written in the scriptures Your word is a lie People work and people play People sing and people dance People love and people hate People live and people die Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world

Everyone's Business But Mine with Kara Berry
Red Flagged at Louis Vuitton (ft. Maya Khan): An #RHOSLC Recap

Everyone's Business But Mine with Kara Berry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 119:27


This week I'm joined by my friend Maya to recap the latest episode of RHOSLC! We break down the reactions to Jen Shah's arrest, bath time with Meredith, Mary's comments that will surely bite her on the ass soon, and more!Follow me on social media and more here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
BTS - Tiny Desk (Home) Concert | Full Show | 2021

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 14:06


For new music, the latest Tiny Desk (home) concerts and more, sign up for the NPR Music newsletter, sent weekly: npr.org/nprmusicnewsletter Stephen Thompson | Sept. 21, 2020 We've been trying to make a BTS Tiny Desk concert happen for years now — even gaming out ways we might move Bob Boilen's desk far enough forward to accommodate the superstar Korean boy band's dance moves. In the end, it took a global pandemic — and the launch of Tiny Desk (home) concerts back in March — to make something happen. With BTS cooped up in Seoul, the group held true to the series's spirit by convening a live band for its Tiny Desk debut, and even arranged to perform in a workspace with a music-friendly backdrop: the record store VINYL & PLASTIC by Hyundai Card in BTS's hometown. Opening with this summer's inescapable "Dynamite" — the group's first single to hit No. 1 in the U.S., as well as its first song to be fully recorded in English — BTS leaned hard into the new track's celebratory, "Uptown Funk"-adjacent vibes. From there, the group dipped into its back catalog, seizing on the opportunity to showcase its quieter side while (mostly) staying uncharacteristically seated. The breezily propulsive "Save ME," from 2016, ultimately gave way to a full-on power ballad in 2017's reflective "Spring Day." The latter track seemed especially true to BTS's hopeful nature: Introduced with a few optimistic words from rapper and singer RM ("It's been the roughest summer ever, but we know that spring will come"), the song reflects on a need to wait out hard times, even as the weight of present-day pain feels oppressive. BTS had intended to spend 2020 delighting the BTS Army in arenas around the world, only to spend these last few months performing in isolation. Released on the last day of a grim season, "Spring Day" provides a nice reminder of what awaits us on the other side. We just have to get through fall and winter first. SET LIST "Dynamite" "Save ME" "Spring Day" MUSICIANS J-Hope: vocals; SUGA: vocals; Jungkook: vocals; V: vocals; Jin: vocals; RM: vocals; Jimin: vocals; KHAN: drums; DOCSKIM: keyboard; Kim Kiwook: bass; Shyun: guitar CREDITS Video and Audio by: Big Hit Entertainment; Producer: Stephen Thompson; Audio Mastering Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Video Producer: Morgan Noelle Smith; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Subtitles by Renee Klahr; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann ABOUT THE SERIES The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space. Team UNPLUGGED.

The Morgan You Know Podcast
...yeah we know Ep. 72: The Khan Tron

The Morgan You Know Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 48:06


Gigguy is back to talk about a huge AEW Week. He gives his first hand account of Dynamite and review the PPV. Then, Jimmy and Rod talk a little Keith Lee and predict Survivor Series which, by the way, is this weekend. 

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
History of the Mongols SPECIAL: Chinggis Genetic Legacy

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 22:25


At the start of the twenty-first century, a study was released which brought the thirteenth century starkly into the present. A 2003 study led by Chris Tyler-Smith published in the American Journal of Human Genetics simply titled “The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols,” determined that an alarming number of men across Asia, from China to Uzbekistan, carried the same haplotype on their Y-chromosome, indicating a shared paternal lineage. 8% of the studied group, just over 2100 men from 16 distinct populations in Asia shared this haplotype, which if representative of the total world population, would have come out to about 16 million men. This was far beyond what was to be expected of standard genetic variation over such a vast area. The researchers traced the haplogroup to Mongolia, and with the BATWING program determined that the most recent common ancestor lived approximately 1,000 years ago, plus or minus 300 years in either direction. The study determined that this could only be the result of selective inheritance, and there was only man who fit the profile, who had the opportunity to spread his genes across so much of Asia and have them be continually selected for centuries to come; that was Chinggis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire. Identifying him with the Y-Chromosome haplogroup, the C3* Star Cluster, the image of Chinggis Khan as the ancestor of 0.5% of the world population has become irrevocably attached to his name, and a common addition in the comment sections on any Mongol related topic on the internet will be the fact that he is related to every 1 in 200 men in Asia today. Yet, recent studies have demonstrated that this may not be the case, and that Chinggis Khan's genetic legacy is not so simple as commonly portrayed. I'm your host David, and this is Kings and Generals: Ages of Conquest.       Inside each human being are the genes we inherit from our parents. Distinct alleles within the thousands of genes of our 23 chromosomes affect the makeup of our bodies, from our physical  appearances to blood type. Each allele is inherited from our parents, who inherited from their parents, and so on, leaving in each human being a small marker of every member of their ancestry. Due to interbreeding and mixing over time, people living in a certain region will share  alleles, given that various members of their community shared ancestors at some point. A collection of these alleles is a haplotype, and a group of similar haplotypes with shared ancestry is a haplogroup. Tracing specific haplogroups attached to the Y-Chromosome, for instance, allows us to trace paternal ancestry of selected persons. It was the haplogroup dubbed the C3*star cluster that the researchers identified as Chinggis Khan's haplotype, though later research has redefined it to the C2* star cluster. Thus, while you may see it somewhat interchangeably referred to as C3 or C2, depending on how recent the literature you're reading is. Whoever carried the markers on their chromosome associated with this haplogroup, according to the study, was therefore a descendant of Chinggis Khan. The lineage, it should be noted, does not start with Chinggis Khan; it is detectable in the ancestors of the Mongols dating back at least to the fifth century BCE, to the Donghu people in eastern Mongolia and Manchuria. It is found in high frequencies in populations which had close contact with Mongols from Siberia to Central Asia, as as the Buryats, Udeges, Evens, Evenks, Kazakhs, and in lower frequencies in places conquered by the Mongol Empire. As demonstrated by the 2003 study, a map of these haplogroups lines up rather neatly with a map of the Mongol Empire at the time of Chinggis Khan's death.        The 2003 study found that 8% of the men sampled had high frequencies of haplotypes from a set of closely related lineages, the C2*  star cluster. With the highest numbers of this cluster found in Mongolia, it was the logical origin point for this cluster. Its frequencies in so many populations of the former Mongol Empire seemed to suggest it spread with Mongol imperial expansion. The researchers therefore identified Chinggis Khan and his close male-relatives as the likely progenitors. While the public has understood this as Chinggis Khan and his family raping a massive percentage of the thirteenth century human population, this was not quite what the study implied. Rather, the selective marriage into the Chinggisid royal family, with each son having high numbers of children, and so on for generations due to prestige associated with the lineage, was the cause for the haplogroup's spread.        The study decided that, since the haplogroups showed up in high frequencies among the Hazara of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and as they were deemed to be direct descendants of Chinggis Khan, then this must have meant no one else other than the Great Khan himself was the most recent common ancestor for this haplogroup. The high frequencies across Asian populations, an origin point in Mongolia, an estimated common ancestor approximately a thousand years ago, and association with the supposed Chinggisid Hazaras was the extent of the evidence the study had to make Chinggis Khan the progenitor.       When released, this study made headlines around the world. You'll find no shortage of articles stating that “Genghis Khan was a prolific article,” with the underlying, thought generally unstated, assumption that these genes were spread by a hitherto unimaginable amount of rape, “backed up” by the medieval sources where Chinggis is described taking his pick of conquered women after the sack of a city. It's a useful addition to the catalogue of descriptions to present the Mongols as mindless barbarians, with this study being essentially the scientific data to back up this presentation.  It's now become one of the key aspects of Chinggis Khan's image in popular culture.       However, as more recent studies have demonstrated, there are a number of problems with this evidence presented in the 2003 study. Firstly, later researchers have pointed out how indirect the evidence is for the connection of Chinggis Khan to the C2 lineage. The estimates for the most recent common ancestor can vary widely depending on the methods used; while some estimates can place a figure within Chinggis Khan's epoch, other estimates put the most recent common ancestor for the C2* cluster over 2,000 year ago. Even going by the 2003 study, it still gives a 600 year window for the most recent common ancestor, who still could have lived centuries before or after Chinggis Khan.   One of the most serious assumptions in the study was that the Hazara of Afghanistan were direct descendants of Chinggis KhanThis is an assumption which rests more on misconception than medieval materials. In fact, the thirteenth and fourteenth century sources indicate that Chinggis Khan spent only a brief time in what is now Afghanistan, only from late 1221 and throughout much of 1222, which he largely spent campaigning, pursuing Jalal al-Din Mingburnu and putting down local revolts before withdrawing. There is no indication that a Mongol garrison was left in the region by Chinggis, and it is not until the 1230s that Mongol forces returned and properly incorporated the region into the empire. Still, it was not until the end of the thirteenth century were Chinggisid princes actually staying in the region, when Chagatayid princes like Du'a's son Qutlugh Khwaja took control over the Negudaris. The sources instead describe waves of Mongol garrisons into Afghanistan which began almost a decade after Chinggis Khan's death, from the initial tamma garrisons under Ögedai Khaan's orders to Jochid troops fleeing Hulegu to Afghanistan in the 1260s. Later, from the late fourteenth century onwards, Afghanistan was the heart of the Timurid realm, and while the Timurids shared some descent from Chinggis through marriage, it's not exactly the process which would have led to high percentages of Chinggisid ancestry.Together, this strongly suggests that the Hazara would not bear Chinggisid ancestry in any considerable quantity.   Perhaps most prominently, there is little evidence that connects the C2* star cluster to known descendants of Chinggis Khan. The fact that no tomb of Chinggis Khan or any other known members of his family has been found, means that there is no conclusive means to prove what haplogroups he possessed. Without human remains which undeniably belong to one of his close male relatives or himself, Chinggis Khan's own haplogroup can not ever be reliably identified. Most royal Chinggisid lineages in the western half of the empire, such as that of the Ilkhanate or Chagatais, disappeared long before the advance of genetic sciences. You might think that looking in Mongolia, you'd find a lot of Chinggisids running about, but this is not the case. Even during the empire, many members of the Chinggisid family were spread across Asia, leaving by the end of the fourteenth century largely lines only from his brothers, and of his grandsons Ariq Böke and Khubilai. In the fifteenth century, a massive massacre of the royal family was carried out by the leader of the Oirats and the true master of Mongolia, the non-Chinggisid Esen Taishi. Mongolia was reunified some fifty years later under the Khubilayid prince Dayan Khan, and it was the descendants of his sons who made up the Chinggisid nobility for the next centuries. Then, in the 1930s Soviet supported purges resulted in the near annihilation of the Chinggisid princes, Buddhist clergy and other political enemies. From 1937-1939, over 30,000 Mongolians were killed, and the Dayan Khanid nobility nearly extinguished.   While it is true that today in Mongolia, you can find many people who claim the imperial clan name of Borjigin, this is largely because after democratization in Mongolia in 1990, Mongolians were encouraged to take clan names- a fact that, as many commenters have pointed out, historically the Mongols did not do, unless they were actually members of the Chinggisid royal family. While the 1918 census in Mongolia recorded only 5.7% of the population as being Borjigid, during the recent registering of clan names some 50% chose, of course, the most famous and prestigious name for themselves. Therefore, it's rather difficult to find a lot of a Chinggisids today.   The 2003 study relied on a random selection of people from across Asia, rather than looking specifically for individuals who claimed Chinggisid descent. Other studies which have sought out people who claim Chinggisid ancestry do not support the C2* Star cluster hypothesis of the 2003 study. A 2012 study by Batbayar and Sabitov in the Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy of Mongolian individuals who could trace their lineage back to Chinggis Khan's fifteenth century descendant, Dayan Khan, found none of them matched the Star cluster proposed by the 2003 study. To overcome the previously mentioned issues about finding Chinggisids, to quote Batbayar and Sabitov, “In this study, seven patrilineal descendants of [...] Dayan Khan and two of Chinggis Khan's brothers' descendants were chosen for Y-chromosome DNA sequencing. Rather than testing a multitude of subjects, for the sake of accuracy, the most legitimate and proven descendants of Dayan Khan were selected. The DNA donors were selected based upon their official Mongol and Manchu titles and ranks, which were precisely recorded in Mongolian, Manchu, and Soviet documents.” Essentially, as close as you can get to a definite, unbroken paternal line from Chinggis Khan, given the 800 years since his death. When they compared the Dayan Khanid descendants, the descendants of Chinggis' brothers, and those who could reliable claimed ancestry from Chinggis' son Jochi, Batbayar and Sabitov demonstrated that essentially each lineage bore different haplogroups, and none, except for a small branch of the Jochids, bore the C2* star cluster of the 2003 study.    Study of the bodies of medieval Mongol burials have likewise yielded contrasting results when their DNA has been examined.  One of the most notable burials which has been studied is the Tavan Tolgoi suit, from eastern Mongolia. Essentially it was a burial of an extremely wealthy family, dated to the mid-thirteenth century. Adorned with jewelry and buried in coffins made of Cinnamon, which would have had to be imported from southeastern Asia, the researcher suggested due to such obvious wealth and power that they must have been Chinggisid. Their bodies showed haplogroups associated, interestingly enough, with western Asia populations, with effectively no descendants in modern Mongolian populations, and most definitely, not the C2* star cluster. This led to the 2016 study by Gavaachimed Lkhagvasuren et al., titled “Molecular Genealogy of a Mongol Queen's Family and her Possible kinship with Genghis Khan,” to suggest Chinggis must have borne this haplogroup, and possibly, western Asian ancestry. He also pointed to supposed descriptions of Chinggis Khan having red hair as possible supporting literary evidence.    But this is not reliable evidence. Firstly, none of the graves conclusively can be identified as Chinggisid.  The Chinggisid's known preference for burials on Burkhan Khaldun seems unlikely to make the Tavan Tolgoi burials a close relation.  Further, the “red hair” description of Chinggis Khan comes from a mistranslation of a phrase from Rashid al-Din's Compendium of Chronicles, where Chinggis remarks that young Khubilai lacked his grandfather's ruddy features, indicating not red hair, but a face red in colour; hardly uncommon for a man who spent his lifetime in the harsh winds of the steppe. Therefore, the Tavan Tolgoi burials seem more likely to represent a family, possibly of Qipchaq origin, taken from western Asia, incorporated into the Mongol military and gaining wealth and power- hardly unusual in the Mongol army, but revealing nothing of Chinggis' haplogroups. Other wealthy burials of nobility from the Mongol Empire in Mongolia and northern China have revealed differing chromosomal haplogroups, providing no answer as of yet to the question of the Great Khan's own genetic lineage.   Much like the 2003's study erroneous identification of the Hazaras as direct descendants of Chinggis Khan, a more recent study demonstrates the pitfalls of attempting to connect historical figures to genetic data. A 2019 study by Shao-Qing Wen et al. in the  Journal of Human Genetics looked at the y-chromosomal profiles of a family from northwestern China's Gansu-Qinghai area, who traced their ancestry back to Kölgen, a son of Chinggis Khan with one of his lesser wives. Importantly, this family also backed up their claims in genealogical records, and had inhabited the same region for centuries. After the expulsion of the Mongols, they had been made local officials [tusi 土司] by the succeeding Ming and Qing dynasties. This family, the Lu, did not match the C2* Star Cluster, but actually showed close affinity to other known descendants of Chinggis Khan, the Töre clan in Kazakhstan. The Töre  trace their lineage to Jani Beg Khan (r.1473-1480), one of the founders of the Kazakh Khanate and a tenth generation descendant of Chinggis Khan's first born son Jochi. Jochi, as you may recall, was born after his mother Börte was taken captive by Chinggis Khan's enemies, and was accused, most notably by his brother Chagatai, of not being their father's son. Chinggis, for the record, always treated Jochi as fully legitimate. As the Lu family in China traced themselves to Kölgen, who shared only a father with Jochi, then the fact that the Lu and the Töre belong to the same C2 haplogroup, with a  genealogical separation of about 1,000 years, would suggest that if this is in fact the Y-chromosomal lineage of Chinggis Khan, then Jochi's uncertain paternity could be laid to rest, and that he was a true son of Chinggis Khan.   This theory is comfortable and convenient, but other scholars have noted that the connection of the Lu to Toghan, the descendant of Kölgen, is very tenuous. The sources connecting the Lu clan to Kölgen's family were not compiled until the late Qing Dynasty, some four to five centuries after Toghan's death. The sources more contemporary to Toghan's life do not match the description of his life described in the histories used by the Lu clan, leading scholars to argue that, while the Lu clan does have Mongolian origin, and likely did have an ancestor with the very common medieval Mongolian name of Toghan, it seems likely that at some point the Lu clan's family compilers decided to associate their own ancestor with the more well known Chinggisid of the same name, and therefore claim for themselves Chinggisid ancestry and prestige- hardly an unknown thing by compilers of Chinese family trees. Therefore, the matter of Jochi's paternity still remains uncertain.       Perhaps the final nail in the coffin comes in the 2018 study by  Lan Hai-Wei, et al. in the European Journal of Human Genetics. Compiling data from previous studies that found issue with the 2003 hypothesis, they looked at groups with high frequencies of the C2* Star clusters like the Hazara or the Daur, a Mongolic-speaking people from Northeastern China who, based off of historical records, make no claims of Chinggisid descent. Newer estimates also suggest the most recent common ancestor for this lineage was over 2,600 years ago. In the most recent hypothesis then, it seems more likely that the star cluster identified by the 2003 study does not represent the lineage of Chinggis Khan, but was simply an incredibly common paternal lineage among ordinary inhabitants of the Mongolian plateau. Its presence in other peoples across Asia was not evidence of selective breeding into the Golden Lineage, but simply the movement of Mongolian troops into a region, and intermixing with the local population. In the case of the Hazaras, this is the exact scenario demonstrated by the historical sources, with waves of Mongol troops rather than a host of Chinggisids descending into the Hazarajat. The possibility cannot be excluded however, that while C2* was a dominant haplotype in thirteenth century Mongolia, that before 1200 it had already been spread across Central Asia by earlier nomadic expansions of Mongolia-based empires like the Göktürk Khaghanates or the Uighur. The Mongol expansion in the thirteenth century, then, would only be another wave of the spread of C2* across Eurasia.       While it is possible that Chinggis Khan and his close male relatives did in fact, carry the C2* star cluster, there is no evidence which directly or conclusively connects him to it. His known descendants through the line of Dayan Khan are of a different Y-chromosomal haplogroup. The descendants of Dayan Khan, himself a descendant of Chinggis Khan's grandson Khubilai, and the Kazakh Töre, descendants of Chinggis Khan's son Jochi, bear haplotypes so distant that their most recent common ancestor is estimated to have lived 4,500 years ago, which does not fair well for the likelihood of Jochi being Chinggis' son. A third known and tested branch, of the Shibanids in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, does match the C2* star cluster, but has less than 1,000 known members and again, are descended from Chinggis Khan via Jochi. Chinggis Khan then cannot be said to be the ancestor of 0.5% of the world's population, since his y-chromosomal marking remains unknown. Any attempts at identifying it conclusively can never be more than mere assumptions without finding the bodies of either the Khan or any of his close-male relatives- a prospect highly unlikely, given the Chinggisids' preference for secret graves. Thus, it seems that his haplotypes are but one more secret that Chinggis will keep with him.       Our series on the Mongols will continue, so be sure to subscribe to the Kings and Generals podcast to follow. If you enjoyed this, and would like to help us keep bringing you great content, please consider supporting us on patreon at www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals, or sharing this with your friends. This episode was researched and written by our series historian, Jack Wilson. I'm your host David, and we'll catch you on the next one.  -SOURCES- Abilev, Serikabi, et al. “The Y-Chromosome C3* Star-Cluster Attributed to Genghis Khan's Descendants is Present at High Frequency in the Kerey Clan from Kazakhstan.” Human Biology 84 no. 1 (2012): 79-99.   Adnan, Atif, et al. “Genetic characterization of Y-chromosomal STRs in Hazara ethnic group of Pakistan and confirmation of DYS448 null allele.” International Journal of Legal Medicine 133 (2019): 789-793.   Callaway, Ewen. “Genghis Khan's Genetic Legacy Has Competition.” Scientific American. 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Part 1: The Y-chromosomal Lineages of Chinggis Khan.” The Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy 4 no. 2 (2012):    Lan-Hai Wei, et al. “Whole-sequence analysis indicates that the  Y chromosome C2*-Star Cluster traces back to ordinary Mongols, rather than Genghis Khan.” European Journal of Human Genetics 26, (2018): 230-237.   Lan-Hai Wei et al.  “Genetic trail for the early migrations of Aisin Gioro, the imperial house of the Qing Dynasty.” Journal of Human Genetics 62 (2017): 407-411.   Shao-Qing Wen et al., “Molecular genealogy of Tusi Lu's family reveals their apternal relationship with Jochi, Genghis Khan's eldest son.” Journal of Human Genetics 64 (2019): 815-820.   Ye Zhang et al. “The Y-chromosome haplogroup C3*-F3918, likely attributed to the Mongol Empire, can be traced to a 2500-year-old nomadic group.” Journal of Human Genetics 63 (2018): 231-238.   Yi Liu. “A Commentary on molecular genealogy of Tusi Lu's family reveals their paternal relationship with Jochi, Genghis Khan's eldest son.” Journal of Human Genetics 66 no. 5 (2020): 549–550.    Zakharov, I.A. “A Search for a “Genghis Khan” Chromosome.” Russian Journal of Genetics 46 no. 9 (2010): 1130-1131.     Zerjal, Tatiana, et al. “The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols.” American Journal of Human Genetics 72 (2003): 717-721.  

The David Alliance
We're getting dumber

The David Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 10:51


We're getting dumber   TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com    97X     PODBEAN   Apple Podcast    webstix.com Tony Herman - the coolest cat on the net     Code: wellbuilttda 15% off   Here's a sharable link: https://wellbuiltsupplements.com/discount/wellbuilttda   Daily Greens probiotic, vegan protein, whey protein, Digestive enzymes, Omega 3's, Performance energy, Performance BCCA's, Vitamins for men, Vitamins for women and a whole lot more.  Right now I am pumping the greens and Pre-workout and loving them both… Heres a secret “I'm on them right now as I do my podcast”.    revolution4fathers.com Jesus t-shirt!  Giant slayer water bottles, hoodies, t shirts Man up shirts… on a cross changed my life   Starting this week the TDA will also be on youtube… check it out. Not every episode, but we will start with at least one a week… hey who doesn't want to see my kitchen right?   25 Reasons Xy will die in the US coming in 2021 and beyond… next week. Look for it on our youtube channel.     We are getting dumber….   Current study with over 17000 participants and over a 20 year period… exposed flaws in our western culture…glaring flaws!   What Is Emotional Intelligence? Emotional intelligence is a complex construct consisting of four factors: well-being, self-control, emotionality, and sociability. The factor of well-being encompasses one's positive self-evaluations, as well as feelings of happiness and optimism. The factor of self-control includes the ability to regulate one's feelings, including emotions, stress, and impulses. The factor of emotionality involves relationship skills such as one's ability to accurately perceive one's own as well as others' feelings and one's capacity to experience empathy. The factor of sociability includes one's ability to communicate effectively, exert influence over others, and build social networks (Khan et al., 2021). Three of the four subdomains of EI decreased significantly over time. These were emotionality (perceptions of one's understanding of others' emotions), self-control (self-efficacy in regulating one's own emotions), and well-being (positive evaluations of the self).   Now mix these findings with 2 years of covid, panic, anger and isolation from real relationships. It only ignites this problem to a far worse degree.      2 Tim. 1:7,8 7For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and self-control. 8So do not be ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, or of me, His prisoner. Instead, join me in suffering for the gospel by the power of God.… Sound mind: acting out God's will by doing what He calls sound reasoning  One expositor suggests that the word sodzo could actually depict a person who was on the verge of death but then was revived and resuscitated because new life was breathed into him. It comes to life to LIVE… there is action behind a mind that is alive.  The second part of the phrase “sound mind” comes from the Greek word phroneo, which carries the idea of a person's intelligence or total frame of thinking — including his rationale, logic, and emotions. The word phroneo refers to every part of the human mind, including all the processes that are engaged in making the mind function and come to conclusions. When the words sodzo and phroneo are compounded into one word, they form the word sophroneo, which pictures a mind that has been delivered, rescued, revived, salvaged and protected and is now safe and secure to act and decide according to Gods will and word.    How do we learn to have a sound mind? it simply says in verse 8 be willing to be ashamed and suffer… what does that mean really?    First let me say this… I have found through thousands of kids in youth ministry years that the more mature a kid was typically the more pain, trauma, hardship etc… they had gone through. They had to mature, adapt and grow due to life. And there was some structure offered in society to be able to do that.    Much the same happens in our Christian walk.  Work out your faith, put action behind your faith.  WHAT IS THE NUMBER 1 PROBLEM IN YOUTH MINISTRY TODAY AND CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES (and honestly most churches)? They do not require you to put your faith into action. That is why I love lifestyle Christianity school. Your weekly curriculum is to go out and preach the gospel, evangelize, pray for the sick etc… be willing to be mocked and not be ashamed, be willing to suffer and not be ashamed.   The amount of maturity that takes place in an active follower of Christ compared to a couch potato Christian is worlds apart.  Don't be dumb any longer, get in the fight. Embrace the suck, love hard things, suffer for Jesus… what ever you want to call it - just do it!   

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 224 | Other People‘s Opinion About You is None of Your Business

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 20:50


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. In today's episode we're talking about how other people's opinion about you is none of your business. Why? Let's find out! Connect with Gull: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGullKhan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Pinterest: https://fi.pinterest.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

happy healthy hairstylist's podcast
Alignment, Success, and Purpose with Jenny Khan (Co-Founder of Industry Aligned)

happy healthy hairstylist's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 59:18


I am so excited to introduce you to my virtual BFF Jenny Khan! She is the co-founder of Industry Aligned and a Chicago based hairstylist. Her story is a true example of how health, nutrition, and  movement can transform you in business and in your personal life.  You will totally see why I am so drawn to her and love her completely.  You can find her on IG at Jennys IG . Shelbys IG Aspire to Inspire  xoxoox

Dreamers & Doers Podcast by Loveworks Leadership
Episode 84: Leveling the playing field with Sannan Khan

Dreamers & Doers Podcast by Loveworks Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:15


Mr. Sannan Khan is a certified associate chartered accountant by education and training, and an entrepreneur by heart. He has worked as a financial analyst and in strategic roles for six years with various multinational and leading national consultancy companies. He wanted to give back to society, so he left his corporate career and started Pakistan's first self-sustainable social startup, Foster Learning Pakistan. Foster Flagship Training is 2-month practical leadership and entrepreneurship program to socially and economically empower low income youth of Pakistan. It started from one of the very remote cities of Southern Punjab, Layyah with one group and now has completed  40 groups in over 30 cities in Pakistan, impacting over 60,000 fellows, trained by a dedicated team of 58 young enthusiasts. Key Takeaways: -Switching careers from corporate to non-profit -Recognizing privilege and helping those less fortunate -Perseverance and collaboration -Expect many no's, you only need one yes to get started

Mashq Talks Podcast
Ep. 52: Rj Umar Nisar Ft. Hussein Khan | Film Maker | BQE Software

Mashq Talks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 28:31


Hussein Khan started his career as Actor in a film called Vanchit. The film was telecast on National Doordarshan in the same year. Till 1999 has worked in many television serial and programs.Started his career as Writer Producer Director in 1999 with a show called Kabhi Hum Khoubsoorat Thai . Got trained in the technical part of the filmmaking in 2000. Started Kashmir's first television channel and make hundreds of programs of entertainment, news grievance, current affairs infotainment, sports, music,brought in the concept of visual advertisement in Kashmir . was awarded as best program Director by siti entertainment network in 2007,shifted his focus towards film making since 2008 and produced directed many music albums, documentaries, shows and television programs for national and international audience .got awarded for contribution toward the field by infotel in 2013 .working on a Feature film Kashmir Daily in 2013-16. Hussein Khan was awarded for his outstanding contribution in the field of Film Making by Youth Peace Award 2017.and was awarded 2nd Time by Infotel for contribution toward the field of film making in 2018. Hussein Khan has completed his next project a feature film titled FATHER in 2018 as associate director producer actor and writer also worked in Lihaap, Code Blue, Oxygen,Carawan,2band radio, LINES, Angeethi as Actor and is also associate producer of 2band radio, Angeethi, Lines Had also directed the film Lines. Hussein Khan is on his next project as Actor writer director titled Shinakth. And 7 more projects in 2019. Host: Rj Umar Nisar Presented By: BQE Software

Brews and Boxing
Canelo vs Plant Review | Khan vs Brook | Lopez vs Haney | Crawford to leave Top Rank | Plus Previews!

Brews and Boxing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 53:01


Canelo vs Plant Review | Khan vs Brook | Lopez vs Haney | Crawford to leave Top Rank | Plus Previews!

Just Pro Wrestling News
SmackDown Preview. NXT UK Results.

Just Pro Wrestling News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 4:57


Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Friday, November 12, 2021. This update is brought to you by IndyWrestling.us. (STINGER: WWE) Tonight's SmackDown is promoting a non-title match between Universal Champion Roman Reigns and King Woods. Moustache Mountain are next in line for a shot at the NXT UK Tag Titles currently held by Pretty Deadly. They pinned Primate of Symbiosis to win a 4-Way #1 Contenders Match on Thursday's show... Also on that episode...Mark Andrews beat Nathan Frazer...and Dani Luna beat Stevie Turner. (STINGER: AEW) Tonight's AEW Rampage is LIVE in Minneapolis, Minnesota...and it's the final stop before Saturday night's Full Gear pay per view. Orange Cassidy and Matt Hardy will clash in a Lumberjack Match...and Jungle Boy will face Bobby Fish. Tony Khan held a media briefing on Thursday...and interjected himself during one question to go on a tangent about the NWA's recent Empowerrr pay per view. (Tony Khan On Empowerrr*) That clip is from Tony Khan's media briefing on Thursday. Also during that call, Khan confirmed the first AEW special on TNT on January 8th will be called “Battle Of The Belts”...next year's Double Or Nothing pay per view will be held in Las Vegas...and an announcement on the Owen Hart Cup tournament will be coming after Full Gear. Mexico's AAA promotion announced the full card for its TripleMania Regia show coming up on Saturday, December 4th. FTR will defend the AAA Tag Titles against the Lucha Brothers. LA Park will return to AAA...teaming with Rey Escorpion & Taurus to face Psycho Clown, Pagano & former UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez. Also announced for the show, Dragon Lee & Dralistico vs. Laredo Kid & a mystery partner AAA already announced Kenny Omega will defend his Mega Championship on that show against Hijo Del Vikingo. Jeff Cobb and TJP will be part of CMLL's show next Friday at Arena Mexico. (STINGER: New Japan) New Japan's Best Of The Super Juniors tournament begins on Saturday. The opening night matches include Jr. Champ El Desperado vs. SHO...Hiromu Takahashi vs. YOH...El Phantasmo vs. Master Wato...Robbie Eagles vs. Ryusuke Taguchi...Taiji Ishimori vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru...and BUSHI vs. DOUKI. (STINGER: Impact) Eddie Edwards is the #1 Contender for the Impact World Championship. He pinned Matt Cardona to win a 3-Way that also included W. Morrissey on last night's show. The Impact World Champ Moose awaits Edwards at next weekend's Turning Point special. The Good Brothers and Bullet Club will clash for the Impact Tag Team Titles at Turning Point. El Phantasmo & Chris Bey beat FinJuice to become the #1 contenders last night. Juice Robinson was pinned after a superkick by ELP. Also on the show, Mercedes Martinez beat Madison Rayne...Rohit Raju beat Rocky Romero...Decay beat the Undead Bridesmaids...and Minoru Suzuki made quick work of Kaleb With A K. Savannah Evans beat Rachael Ellering on Before The Impact. (STINGER: ROH) This weekend's Ring Of Honor TV has Vincent, Bateman & Dutch from The Righteous vs. The Foundation's Jonathan Gresham, Tracy Williams & Rhett Titus. Plus, The OGK vs. Flip Gordon & PJ Black...and Caprice Coleman vs. the Beer City Bruiser. That's JUST Pro Wrestling News for Friday, November 12th. Our next update comes your way tomorrow morning, so be sure to subscribe to this feed. We also thank you in advance for leaving a glowing rating or review.. I'm Matt Carlins. Thank YOU for listening. ~~~Full run down at www.justprowrestlingnews.com ~~~ • • • • • wwe #wrestling #prowrestling #smackdown #wwenetwork #wweraw #romanreigns #ajstyles #NXT #raw #njpw #wwenxt #SethRollins #TNA #johncena #RandyOrton #wrestlemania #ROH #WWF #summerslam #tripleh #aewdynamite #professionalwrestling #aew #allelitewrestling #aewontnt #DeanAmbrose #nxt #KevinOwens #wwesmackdown 

The Lawfare Podcast
Michel Paradis on Majid Khan

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 55:32


Majid Khan pled guilty in a military commission at Guantanamo eight years ago, but he has been back in the news of late. At a sentencing hearing at Guantanamo recently, he gave graphic testimony about his torture and treatment at the hands of the CIA and the military. He also took responsibility and showed remorse for his own conduct. His speech in the military commission was sufficiently moving that several members of the jury wrote a letter to the convening authority asking for clemency for Majid Khan. To talk about the dramatic events, the history of the case, and the CIA program's treatment of Majid Khan, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Michel Paradis, an appellate lawyer for the Office of Military Commissions Defense Counsel. They talked about what Majid Khan did, his history in al-Qaeda after a childhood in Baltimore, what was done to him, and whether with all this water under the bridge, something like justice could ever come from a trial.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 223 | Friday Feature: Christine Hansen

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 38:43


In today's episode we're speaking to Christine Hansen. Christine is an award-winning business coach and consultant for online entrepreneurs who want to embrace their inner lazy, profit like a pro, and contribute to a better world without ever undercharging or feeling out of integrity. With ten plus years as a sort after TedX France and keynote speaker, Christine's work is featured in Forbes, Business Insider, National Geographic, and more. And today we're going to be speaking with Christine about how she changed her mindset to change her life. Let's find out! Connect with Christine here: Website: https://www.christinemeansbusiness.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bychristine_hansen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bychristineh LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bychristinehansen/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

The Jaipur Dialogues
Jai Bhavani - Afzal Khan's Slaying by Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje

The Jaipur Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 20:36


Today, on 10th November, 1659, Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Maharaj sowed the seeds of Hindavi Swaraj by slaying the demon Afzal Khan Vakil through stealth and deceit, pre-empting Afzal's own deceit which he had employed in the past. We also look at Gandhi's and Nehru's assessment of this incident , and also Swami Vivekananda's assessment. Sanjay Dixit explains the seminal event in detail.

The Last Round
188: Special Guest: SKY's Andy Clarke - Review Canelo-Plant, DAZN in UK, PPV in USA, Khan-Brook, Amateur boxing, Who from Team GB will go Pro

The Last Round

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 135:01


Andy Clarke is a boxing commentator and analyst for SKY & talkSPORT. He also co-hosts a podcast, Macklin's Take, with 3-time world title challenger, Matthew Macklin, which is available on all major podcast platforms. You can follow him in Twitter @MrAndyClarke. Keep up with the show: Linktr.ee/TheLastRound

Geek To Me Radio
270-The History Channel's ‘The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek' with Brian Volk-Weiss

Geek To Me Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 41:39


Brian Volk-Weiss, the founder and current CEO of The Nacelle Company, the production company behind a new documentary series on The History Channel called ‘The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek', talks about everything that went into creating the show. Find out more at https://www.history.com/shows/the-center-seat-55-years-of-star-trek 0:00 SEGMENT 1: Brian Volk-Weiss talks about why choosing the narrator is one of the hardest parts of making a documentary and why he had to convince Gates McFadden to be a producer on the show and then eventually the narrator. 10:30 SEGMENT 2: Brian Volk-Weiss talks about why Star Trek documentaries always gloss over certain topics, how Lucille Ball is the mother of Star Trek, and how Star Trek the Original Series almost never got made. 19:08 SEGMENT 3: Brian Volk-Weiss talks about how ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan' literally changed his life, crying on set during an interview, and which series he is the least familiar with. 33:18 SEGMENT 4: Brian Volk-Weiss talks about the enduring power of Star Trek in pop culture and why Kirstie Alley was one of the greatest interviews of his life, Thanks to our sponsors Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) and Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall/support

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
11/10/2021 - Hour 3 - Scottie Pippen Has Beef with Michael Jordan + First and Pen founder Yussuf Khan

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 47:21


Producer Rob G is in for Chris, and he and Rob debate whether or not Scottie Pippen was out of line for trying to discredit Michael Jordan's famous 'Flu Game', and tell us why there's cause for concern if you're a Los Angeles Lakers fan. Plus, First and Pen founder Yussuf Khan swings by to explain why he believes Kyrie Irving is more trouble than he's worth these days. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Pakistan Experience
Patriarchy and Sexuality - A conversation with Nighat Said Khan - Founder WAF - TPE #138

The Pakistan Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 90:12


Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience Nighat Said Khan ‎ is a Pakistani feminist activist, researcher and author. She is the director and founder of the Applied Socio-Economic Research (ASR) Resource Centre and a founding member of the Women's Action Forum. Nighat joins us on the podcast to discuss the sexuality spectrum, how patriarchy seeks to control women's sexuality, using religion as a strategy in politics, the Aurat March, Zia's legacy and why The Left needs to unite as a collective. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. He can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tinder. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:00 Intersectionality, LGBTQI Spectrum and the South Asian identity 12:00 Patriarchy and the control of sexuality 28:00 Capitalism co-opting Feminism 40:00 Using religion in politics5 7:00 Why can't The Left identity a collective enemy? 1:05:00 Indira Gandhi's assasination changed India 1:15:00 Zia is alive in his legacy 1:23:00 The economics of Mumtaz Qadri

Advisory Cervix
Ep. 6: What Would Chad Do? with Dr. Roozehra Khan

Advisory Cervix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 50:20


Dr. Heather and Dr. Roozehra Khan discuss the importance of diversity, shooting your shot like Chad would, and going for the positions you "think" you're unqualified for. The Drs. touch on why it's important to have representation, the challenges of self-guiding through college and dealing with microaggression within the healthcare systems. Dr. Khan is an ICU physician. She runs a program called "Future Doctor Formula" to help pre-med students get into medical school, increase the diversity of healthcare leaders, and provide mentorship throughout their academic/medical journey.    In this episode, the Drs discuss: • Learning about different health professions in medicine • Importance of having mentors • Importance of having a diverse staff of healthcare professionals who understands different cultures and sexual identity   Connect with Dr. Roozehra Khan: IG: @thefemaledoc Website: https://thefemaledoc.com Podcast: thefemaledocshow   Dr. Heather's Social Media: IG: @advisorycervixpod IG: @drheatherirobundamd Tik Tok: drheatherirobundamd Website: www.irobundamd.com Dr. Heather's Merch: https://dr-heathers-merch-store.myshopify.com  

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 222 | Money Talkies with Raluca Mirza | How to Use a Subconscious Download to Get Your Answers

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 25:18


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. And welcome back to another episode of Money Talkies! In today's episode we're talking once again to Raluca Mirza. Raluca is a happiness mentor, helping empaths to get balance so they can transform their sensitivities into their superpowers. She's been studying energy work and has been working on her intuition since the tender age of eighteen. And today she's going to be speaking to us about how you can tap into your subconscious mind and get the answers you've been looking for by doing what she calls a "subconscious download". Let's find out! Connect with Raluca here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004232466881 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/immunitybalance LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raluca-mirza-7b4626130/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

The Jason Gregor Show
Nov 9 - Hour 3 - Ansar Khan

The Jason Gregor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 33:54


In Hour 3 we were joined by Red Wings beat reporter Ansar Khan & discussed the Oilers

Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!
798: How to Democratize Technology, Uphold Ethic and Create Safe Spaces for Marginalized Groups with Cyber Collective Founder Tazin Khan

Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 37:37


Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Tazin Khan the founder and CEO of Cyber Collective, which empowers people of all kinds of backgrounds to be more critical towards their relationship with the internet by providing them with different resources and tools to remain secure and private online. Tazin talks about how she first got a hint about what cyber security was, how she started to realize that the common behaviour of the technology companies was to prioritize growth over ethics and therefore how she decided she wanted to contribute to her community by educating people of marginalized groups on cyber security while producing revenue. Tazin Khan Tazin Khan is the founder and CEO of Cyber Collective whose main purpose is to educate the public, specially in marginalized communities, about data security and privacy. Within a short few months of launching, the organization hosted 10 creative research sessions with over 1,200 global attendees, released a national petition, became a cohort to the largest privacy coalition in America and partnered with UCLA's Center for Critical Internet Inquiry. Khan comes from a long line of folx doing social impact work and creatives who use their platforms to create visibility and change: her father was a freedom fighter and her brother is an accomplished musician and artist. It is no wonder then, that her work in the cyber security space is coupled with activism and creativity. Khan activates all parts of her identity to present thoughtful, and hilariously engaging social media content to connect with her audience and induce social and individual behavioral change. Insights from this Episode When did Tazin first fell in love with entrepreneurship How Tazin got into cyber security How Tazin managed to found Cyber Collective What's the main purpose of Cyber Collective and how it helps marginalized people How Tazin keeps Cyber Collective ethical while generating revenue What future plans does Tazin have for Cyber Collective to reach to more people Stay Connected: Tazin Khan Twitter: Tazin Khan LinkedIn: Tazin Khan  Website: https://tazinkhannorelius.com/ Cyber Collective Website: https://www.cybercollective.org/  Instagram: Cyber Collective  Twitter: Cyber Collective LinkedIn: Cyber Collective  Youtube: Cyber Collective IFUNDWOMEN Website: https://ifundwomen.com/ Elayne Fluker Instagram: @elaynefluker LinkedIn: Elayne Fluker Support is Sexy Instagram: @supportissexy Subscribe to Support is Sexy + download each episode on Spotify and ‎Apple Podcasts   This episode was produced and managed by Podcast Laundry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 221 | Struggles in Life Develop our Strengths

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 25:42


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. In today's episode we're talking about your struggles, and how your struggles actually develop your strengths. Let's find out how! Connect with Gull: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGullKhan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Pinterest: https://fi.pinterest.com/moneymindsetwithgullkhan/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

IseeRobots Radio
Geekfest Rants Ep.457: Trek and Empire Posters - Revenge versus Vengeance

IseeRobots Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 46:56


It's time for posters of the month.  Join Carlos today at GeekFest Rants as he tackles two new posters:  Star Trek the Motion Picture (Rainbow Poster) and Procter & Gamble's free with purchase Empire Luke poster.  Then we continue with our dual franchise theme by visiting the little known battle between Revenge and Vengeance....that is Revenge of the Jedi versus The Vengeance of Khan.  Who lost the war and ended up changing their name?  Spoiler alert!  They both did.

The John Batchelor Show
2/2: The end of A. Q Khan as his 50 year-old proliferation lives on in Iran and North Korea. Anthony Ruggiero @NatSecAnthony @FDD @StrickerNonpro in @thedispatc

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 9:26


Photo:  At the state funeral for A Q Khan. 2/2: The end of A. Q Khan as his 50 year-old proliferation lives on in Iran and North Korea. Anthony Ruggiero  @NatSecAnthony @FDD @StrickerNonpro in @thedispatch https://thedispatch.com/p/the-lasting-legacy-of-aq-khan https://www.fdd.org/analysis/2021/11/02/the-lasting-legacy-of-aq-khan/

The John Batchelor Show
1/2: The end of A. Q Khan as his 50 year-old proliferation lives on in Iran and North Korea. Anthony Ruggiero @NatSecAnthony @FDD @StrickerNonpro in @thedispatch

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 14:03


Photo:  A Q Khan made a king's fortune selling nuclear materials around Central Asia and the Middle East.  Here:  The centrifuges removed from Libya by the United States as seen in the image were developed by Khan, known as P1, when he worked for Urenco Group in the 1970s. 1/2:   The end of A. Q Khan as his 50 year-old proliferation lives on in Iran and North Korea.  Anthony Ruggiero  @NatSecAnthony @FDD   @StrickerNonpro in @thedispatch https://thedispatch.com/p/the-lasting-legacy-of-aq-khan https://www.fdd.org/analysis/2021/11/02/the-lasting-legacy-of-aq-khan/

The Jock and Nerd Podcast
JAN 406: Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan (1982) Review – Morbius Trailer (11/03/21)

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 105:08


The gang deliver a listener-sponsored movie review of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan! Plus, more Dune is on the way, Eternals hovers on Rotten score, comedy legends join theMCU, trailers for Morbius, The Book of Boba Fett, Lightyear, the second half of Kevin Smith's He-Man show and more! The next Patreon Discord hangout... The post JAN 406: Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan (1982) Review – Morbius Trailer (11/03/21) appeared first on The Jock and Nerd Podcast.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
COI #183: Biden Admin Works to Prevent Diplomacy with Iran

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 51:22


On COI #183, Kyle Anzalone discusses how the Biden administration has prevented a return to the Iran Nuclear Deal. Iran recently made an effort to re-engage in the Vienna talks, but the US met this offer with sanctions and threats. Iran has been clear, it will not return to the negotiating table under American pressure and threats.  Kyle breaks down recent testimony by Gitmo detainee Majid Khan. Khan said his torturers needlessly shoved medical equipment into his anus and sexually abused his genitals. Khan also detailed the waterboarding and other torture he suffered. His testimony was so powerful that a military jury offered a note to the court condemning the CIA.  Kyle updates the situation in Afghanistan as starving people prepare for a cruel winter. A sudden withdrawal of international aid has pushed those in poverty to the brink of starvation. US sanctions and the Biden administration's decision to freeze Afghan government funds are largely responsible for the crisis.   Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD  

Conflicts of Interest
Biden Admin Works to Prevent Diplomacy with Iran

Conflicts of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 51:23


On COI #183, Kyle Anzalone discusses how the Biden administration has prevented a return to the Iran Nuclear Deal. Iran recently made an effort to re-engage in the Vienna talks, but the US met this offer with sanctions and threats. Iran has been clear, it will not return to the negotiating table under American pressure and threats.  Kyle breaks down recent testimony by Gitmo detainee Majid Khan. Khan said his torturers needlessly shoved medical equipment into his anus and sexually abused his genitals. Khan also detailed the waterboarding and other torture he suffered. His testimony was so powerful that a military jury offered a note to the court condemning the CIA.  Kyle updates the situation in Afghanistan as starving people prepare for a cruel winter. A sudden withdrawal of international aid has pushed those in poverty to the brink of starvation. US sanctions and the Biden administration's decision to freeze Afghan government funds are largely responsible for the crisis.   Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD  

Phoenix Helix: Maximizing autoimmune health through the paleo diet and lifestyle
Episode 186: How to Ask for Help with Kalene Khan

Phoenix Helix: Maximizing autoimmune health through the paleo diet and lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 66:44


Human beings depend on each other. Sometimes we give help, and sometimes we receive it, but many of us are much more comfortable in the giving role. Autoimmune disease can turn the tables quickly. Suddenly, we're in a position where we need help more often. If we were the caregivers before, how do we navigate this change in identity? How do we face the fears that may arise - of vulnerability, feeling weak, being seen as a burden, or people saying no? If you took pride in your independence, do you feel shame if you need help? There are gifts that come with learning to receive: a deeper intimacy in relationships, a greater sense of self-compassion, a more expansive sense of identity, and a stronger connection with humanity. But that doesn't mean it's an easy transformation. My guest is Kalene Khan, a licensed therapist who specializes in self-compassion. She helps people learn to be as kind to themselves as they are to others. She is our guide for this conversation today.