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The Snowboard Project
Beyond Ropes: US Grand Prix Olympic Qualifiers Live & Behind the Scenes

The Snowboard Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 42:10


Olympic Qualifiers Almost Live & Behind the Scenes In this episode we take you one a behind the scenes look at The US Grand Prix at Mammoth, which wrapped up 12 hours ago. The Grand Prix serves as the qualification events for the US Olympic Snowboard scene.  This is an experimental episode - so let us know what you think - email mark@thesnowboardproject.com   Featuring: Stuart Clark @stuartseeclark Jonas Brewer @foto_ghoulag Matt 'Slip Matt' Chapman @djslipmatt Brad Jay @bradjaymc Sarah Welliver Jonathan 'DC' Oketen  @djdcearth David Wise @mrdavidwise Today's episode brought to you by Artilect http://artilect.studio Cardiff Snowcraft http://cardiffsnow.com Baldface Lodge http://baldface.com Tow Pro Lifts http://towpro-lifts.com Owner Operator HTTP://owneroperator.us United Shapes  http://unitedshapes.us 686 Outerwear http://686.com Electrovoice Microphones http://electrovoice.com SUPPORT THE SNOWBOARD PROECT http://patreon.com/thesnowboardproject

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast
Episode 354: Grace Barnett; Breakthrough Year: 7th at the Olympic Trials & 2nd at the USATF 5k Champs

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 74:43


Grace Barnett runs with the Mammoth Track Club and is coached by Andrew Kastor. She is also a STEM lab teacher for an elementary school. In this episode, we hear about what it is like to live in Mammoth and work with Andrew and Deena Kastor. Grace was 7th place at the Olympic Trials this ... more »

Mammoth Gamescast
Mammoth Monthly January 2022

Mammoth Gamescast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 58:42


Bryan, Austin, and Jay are back to discuss the releases and freebies for January 2022. Follow us on Facebook!

Strange Animals Podcast
Episode 256: Mammoths and the End of the Ice Ages

Strange Animals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 18:44


Sign up for our mailing list! We also have t-shirts and mugs with our logo! Further reading: Million-year-old mammoth genomes shatter record for oldest ancient DNA Mammoth Genome Project (with pictures of cave art and ancient carvings of mammoths) The most famous cave painting of a mammoth, from a cave in France: Sivatherium: Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I'm your host, Kate Shaw. It's the last Monday of 2021, which means the very last extinction event episode. There've been way more extinction events in earth's long history than the five we've covered this year, and not all of the extinction events I chose to highlight were even necessarily the biggest. This one, for instance. You may have noticed a pattern when I talk about ice age megafauna. So many animals went extinct about 11,000 years ago. That's this week's topic, the end-Pleistocene extinction event. The Pleistocene is often called the ice age, or ice ages since it consisted of multiple glaciation periods separated by warmer times when the glaciers would retreat for a while. It started roughly 2.6 million years ago and is considered to have ended 11,700 years ago. Keep in mind, as always, that these dates are just a shorthand to help scientists refer to changes in earth's history. There was no one day where the sun rose and everything had abruptly changed from one era to another. The changes took place over a long time, hundreds of thousands of years, with different parts of the world changing more quickly or slowly than others depending on local conditions. At the beginning of the Pleistocene, the world's continents were roughly in their present positions. Two continental plates in what is now Central America collided very slowly over millions of years, which caused the land to buckle up and magma to erupt through the earth's crust as volcanoes. The volcanoes created islands in the Central American Seaway, a section of ocean between North and South America that connected the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. By around 5 to 10 million years ago, the volcanoes and land continued to be pushed up, and sediment from rivers filled in between them, until finally instead of islands there was actual land that connected North and South America. That land is called the Isthmus of Panama and it allowed the great American interchange where animals from North America could cross into South America, and vice versa, but that's a topic for another episode. Another result of the Isthmus of Panama's formation is that the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans were more separated. Instead of ocean currents circulating between North and South America, they were cut off and new currents formed. Ocean currents help distribute warm water to colder areas and cold water to warmer areas, which affects air and land temperatures too. Around 2.5 million years ago, the ocean current changes had changed the entire overall temperature of the earth, making it much cooler overall. That wasn't the only cause of the ice ages, but it was a major factor. The earth gradually became cooler and dryer, a process that had already started due to other causes and was accelerated by the ocean current changes. As the global temperature dropped, more and more water was locked up in huge glaciers called ice sheets, at first around the poles and then farther south. This meant sea levels dropped a lot. North America was connected to Asia by a stretch of grassland steppe called Beringia that had formerly been submerged. As the temperatures dropped and the climate changed, animals and plants had to adapt. The ancestors of modern elephants had lived in Africa for millions of years, but they started migrating to other parts of the world around 3 million years ago. Because they were already big, they were good at retaining heat in their bodies and became quite successful as the climate grew cooler and cooler. They evolved long hair to stay even warmer and spread throughout much o...

Talkin' Rock with Tom and Jason
Mammoth WVH - Mammoth WVH

Talkin' Rock with Tom and Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 59:53


The two rock geeks review the debut Wolfgang Van Halen record. Album notes, song reviews, and talk of a giant crab. Plus, we both give our perfect AC/DC setlists.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
UK amateur fossil hunters' mammoth haul

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 13:50


Cotswolds couple Sally and Neville Hollingworth are part-time paleontologists who have struck archaeological gold twice. Four years ago they exposed the site of five ice-age mammoths, in a 200,000 year-old mammoth graveyard. After lock-down this year they unearthed a 167 million year old haul of fossil echinoderms, some of which are brand new to scientists, and which have been hailed by London's Natural History Museum as "of global significance". Sally and Neville join Kathryn to talk about the skill (and if there's any luck involved) of being a successful amateur fossil hunter.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
UK amateur fossil hunters' mammoth haul

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 13:50


Cotswolds couple Sally and Neville Hollingworth are part-time paleontologists who have struck archaeological gold twice. Four years ago they exposed the site of five ice-age mammoths, in a 200,000 year-old mammoth graveyard. After lock-down this year they unearthed a 167 million year old haul of fossil echinoderms, some of which are brand new to scientists, and which have been hailed by London's Natural History Museum as "of global significance". Sally and Neville join Kathryn to talk about the skill (and if there's any luck involved) of being a successful amateur fossil hunter.

North County News
Mammoth, Foggy IPAs, and We Have a Winner - Episode #138

North County News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 53:35


Merry Christmas North County and Beyond! Cassidy shares his tales of his recent trek up to the mountains. Snow, Ice, Planes? We also get into cloudy, foggy, murky, hazy, or NE-style IPAs. Plus a few other topics...enjoy! Check out our YouTube Channel : North County San Diego with Chris and Cassidy Cassidy - @cassidylewisre Chris - @i.am.chris.erickson Please subscribe and leave us a review. We love ya

Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery
108. MYSTERY: The Ghosts of Mammoth Cave

Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 15:22


This week Kara tells us a few of the many stories about paranormal activity that's taken place in Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park, the world's longest known cave system and one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Our Tuesday episodes are shorter than our Friday episodes, focusing on topics we didn't think we could do a full episode on, and often sent in by you guys! There's bonus content and other perks on our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/witchesmagicmurdermystery Podcast store: https://witches-magic-murder-mystery-podcast-store.myshopify.com If you're watching us on YouTube, our channel is filled with the unedited video of our podcast recording process for each full episode, starting with episode 26. To hear a more polished presentation, look us up on your favorite podcast listening app! Sources: https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2009/10/mammoth-cave-national-park-harbors-more-few-ghost-stories4820 https://www.cultofweird.com/paranormal/mammoth-cave-ghosts/ All Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery episodes are a mix of Kara and Megan's personal thoughts and opinions in response to the information that is publicly available at the time of recording, as well as, in some cases, personal accounts provided by listeners. In regard to these self-reported personal accounts, there can be no assurance that the information provided is 100% accurate. If you love the Trash Witch art (see our Patreon or the Podcast store), Tiffini Scherbing of Scherbing Arts created her. Find her art page on Facebook! Check out @witchesmagicmurdermystery on Instagram, or find our Facebook group by searching “Witches, Magic, Murder, & Mystery Podcast Discussion Group.” Email every single weird story you've got to witchesmagicmurdermystery@gmail.com. Get to know us better: Kara: @atoakandmain Megan: @megan_whitmer on Instagram and @meganmakesjokes on TikTok Theme music: Chloe's Lullaby by Robert Austin. Available on Spotify, Google Play, YouTube, Bandcamp, and Patreon!

Project FIA goes PC
111: Once upon an Antiverse we seasonally greet you all

Project FIA goes PC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 59:10


As the world begins its annual spin-cycle we sit down in The Treehouse With No Leaves to discuss and divulge good tidings! #RebelZen spots trains with a Scottish Snowman as The Producer prepares for Quarantine. Mentioned links: Football culture documentary "Us & Them" - https://youtu.be/Zbj9U8HLAe4 Earth's Axis Drift - https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2805/scientists-id-three-causes-of-earths-spin-axis-drift/ Mammoths - https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/dec/19/five-ice-age-mammoths-unearthed-in-cotswolds-after-220000-years Send us your comments/questions: projectfia.rebelrated@gmail.com www.twitter.com/projectfia (@ProjectFIA) Youtube channel for the FULL COMEDY SERIES and extras! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkDgEUIBLOU9iLXo_h2Hr2A/ Special thanks to our sponsor, Hobo Bait! http://bit.ly/HoboBaitShop

Science Night
A Wild Connection With Dr. Jen Verdolin

Science Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 52:20


This week we talk to Dr. Jen Verdolin, the host of the Wild Connection podcast, about her work studying prairie dogs and her recent visit to Glasgow in an attempt to...SAVE THE WORLD. In the news, we talk about delayed launches, solar satellites, forgotten freezer DNA, and we tease a future interview about our favorite paleo pathway. Our Guest Widely regarded animal behavior scientist, author, and science communicator, Dr. Jennifer Verdolin has been a featured guest on BBC Earth Podcast, National Public Radio, and many others. From 2014-2018 she had a recurring role as a radio personality on the nationally syndicated D.L Hughley Show, hosted by American Peabody award-winning comedian, D.L. Hughley. After the publication of her two nonfiction popular science books, Wild Connection and Raised by Animals, Jennifer has been using her expertise to contribute to the development and production of documentaries. From Animals in Love (Oxford Scientific Films) to Spy in the Wild (John Downer Productions) and Animal Social Networks (Rotating Planet Productions), Jennifer has been a scientific consultant, writer, researcher, and on-screen contributor. She also writes for Psychology Today and is an Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona. Aside from being sought after to contribute to media projects, Jennifer is an engaging speaker, delighting and sharing with audiences the lessons we can learn from other animals to improve our lives, relationships, and families. Her appearances have included places like the world-renowned 92nd St Y in New York City. Delivering engaging science is her specialty whether it's in print, on the radio, on screen, or in front of a live audience. Your Hosts Steffie Diem (https://twitter.com/SteffiDiem) Jason Organ (https://twitter.com/OrganJM) James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Credits Editing-James Reed Mastering- James Reed Music: Intro and Outro- Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell |https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family www.scinight.com

PZ's Podcast
Episode 329 - Rice Is Nice

PZ's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 20:03


You can respond to PZ's appeal and support the work of Mockingbird by clicking here (https://mbird.com/support/). All gifts are tax-deductible. The Lemon Pipers captured something universal and actually moving in their second single, from 1968, entitled "Rice Is Nice". In the third and last verse of that song, the singer asks a question of her/his love and his/their feelings: "And when I get old and wrinkles appear/Will I still find some rice in my hair?" This cast concerns long-term marriage and its possibility and also its enabling word. What makes it possible? How can you keep loving the same person you first met 30 years ago, or 40 or 50? I mean, people change, right?! Well, think of all the answers you have heard to that question. Think of all the recipes and maxims and axioms. All I am trying to do here is add my own, via The Lemon Pipers. The answer to the question of long-term continuity in love is, well, Go Back to the Beginning. How it started is the key to what is happening now, and will happen. Remember how Meister Eckhart put it: "If you're trying to find God, go back to where you lost Him." Mammoth words. Now think of them in relation to your relationship. I had my own little breakthrough on this front the other day, concerning an airplane flight of all things. But it really happened. Oh, and listen to the short excerpt, for Christmas, of the song at the end at the cast. It's by The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, which is probably all you need to know. Merry Christmas and LUV U!

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Part-Time Stripper @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 32:01


Pursuit / Kidnapping /Grapevine still open Tim at Target looked homeless / Socials // Friends Mark's VO / Sell Marks TV / Payday // Del Amo Mall Torrance kid shot / Stefoosh the Stripper /Uber // NOORY / Rain / Lake Malibu rose 3 feet / Mammoth

Midnight in Miami
Up Close & Personal Album Release Party | Midnight in Miami Ep #106

Midnight in Miami

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 149:07


WHAT a MAMMOTH of an episode we have in store for you today! We are ON LOCATION for the Miamibeatwave UP CLOSE & PERSONAL ALBUM RELEASE PARTY! In this content-filled-to-the-brim episode, we get kick it with over 10 guests in ONE night and it could not be more legendary! What was it like to work on a project of this scale? How did Miamibeatwave hand pick all the different artists who would come together to make something magical? How important is it to network and step outside of your comfort zone? Sit back, relax and listen to some of Miami's hardest working artists dive into it all! Truly an episode you DO NOT WANT TO MISS. All this and so much more on this week's episode of Midnight in Miami!

The Nifty Show: Digital Collectibles and NFTs Podcast
Mammoth Mythics - Nifty Show #118

The Nifty Show: Digital Collectibles and NFTs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 20:27


Mammoth Mythics - Nifty Show #118 Full show notes: Nifty.Show/118 SUBSCRIBE, RATE, & REVIEW: Podcasts: http://nifty.show/itunes Spotify: http://nifty.show/spotify Stitcher: http://nifty.show/stitcher Google Play: http://nifty.show/play iHeart: https://nifty.show/iheart YouTube: http://badco.in/youtube FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: @BadCrypto - @joelcomm - @finallyaligned Facebook: /TheNiftyShow /BadCryptoPod /JoelComm LinkedIn: /in/joelcomm Instagram: @BadCryptoPodcast DISCLAIMER: Do your own due diligence and research. Neither Joel Comm nor Zach Comm are FINANCIAL ADVISORS. We are sharing our journey with you as we learn more about this crazy little thing called cryptocurrency. We make NO RECOMMENDATIONS. Don't take anything we say as gospel. Do not come to our homes with pitchforks because you lost money by listening to us. We only share with you what we are learning and what we are investing it. We will never "pump or dump" any cryptocurrencies. Take what we say with a grain of salt. You must research this stuff on your own! Just know that we will always strive for RADICAL TRANSPARENCY with any show associations.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

So I've had the epiphany that telling certain types of stories will attract a certain audience.  In this case I'm thinking strictly men or women.  So I give it a go and dig into my repertoire of man-centric stories laced with adventure, risk, accidents, and stitches!  To test the theory and see if they attract a more male audience.  The good news, being a clumsy A type adrenaline junky…  I have stacks of them.  I offer up just a few recent ones. Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Zvegintzov  00:00 All right. All right. All right. All right. If you listened to the last episode, you heard my epiphany about telling different style parables to reach different segments of your audience. So I've got an audience of entrepreneurs I'm trying to hit of both men and women. And so far I've been mostly adept at attracting the female audience, I believe, to the type of stories I've been telling. And so on this episode, I'm going to tell my first calculated story, strategic strategically tailored for the man segment of the audience, enjoy.Mischa Zvegintzov  00:49 (Intro)Imagine a conscious contact with God so strong, that no matter what you are doing, or not doing, that, no matter what your kids are up to, or not up to, and that whether you've got the person of your dreams or they're just not cooperating, that you are happy content, and at peace, a space where everyone else's thoughts, attitudes and actions are beautiful, and exactly as they are supposed to be. Well, this is the space where I like to play. My name is Misha Z. And this is today's pitch slap. Join me as I shed light on the thoughts, actions and attitudes that are causing you pain and we train our minds to go to the capital S inner self the joy that is waiting for us that God within. (End Intro)Mischa Zvegintzov  01:41 Alright, so here we go. A man tailor and story to target but the the male segment of my audience.  How amazing is this? Thank you Russell Brunson and the universe for this insight. But I had this realization as I was walking today and pulled out my Shure MV88 mic because when inspiration strikes, I like to have the best toys to record. Hint, hint. Get yourself an Shure VM88 mic. So hopefully, loud skateboarders. Okay, I made it past the relatively loud segment of skateboarders.  Where was I? A man tale to meet the man segment of the audience. So I had this total awesome realization. I was like, I this is one thing about me. I love adventure. I love trying new things. I'm a process guy. So I love learning the process. And, and if I learn the process, and I'm still interested after that's like a win win, because oftentimes, once I have the process mastered, I get bored, and walk away or not walk away, just go find a new process to master. And so I'm a bit of a, I have been historically a bit of an adrenaline junkie too, and just physically capable enough to really get myself in trouble and acquire scars and stitches. And I realized that as a hit hit 53...Mischa Zvegintzov  03:37 Whoa kids flying by on their bikes, their E bikes that don't care about walking, dads, nor stop signs. Oh my gosh, it's busy intersection. I apologize.Mischa Zvegintzov  03:53 Anyhow. Like, I don't I used to like... the the the the emergency room on Santa Fe Street and Encinitas. Like they know me by name, right. I've been in there more than a few times to get stitches on my arm on my head. Multiple times stitches removed from my cheek one time because I got stitches in frickin in and in Fiji multiple times. They're like, Oh, Misha, what's happening? And this could be surfing, mountain biking.  Skiing.  I was skiing a few years ago and by the grace of God, I didn't hurt myself. But oftentimes when I ski, especially if there's powder, I have this false sense of security of fluffy really hard to get hurt. And and so I'm skiing This is an Alta Utah, which is skier only and I wish I could remember that face that I was going down because it's a really good one full of shoots... and and I find this the end of day, untracked shoot, it's dumping Alta is amazing too. And so it's just dumping. And I'm like, trying to pick out the line. Keep in mind, I'm 50 years old, right? And I'm not sure if at 50 It's the wisest to be trying to figure out how to learn new shoot line techniques, especially when you're by yourself. That's the other thing I was by myself. And so I'm like, oh, yeah, fly. out, turn here, turn here, hop this rock here. You know, air, air, little air off a cliff. Bam, easy peasy, right? And I visualize it, because that's a great thing to do. Anybody who's in sports knows that visualize your turns, and then it's much easier to execute.Mischa Zvegintzov  06:08 So visualize the line, give it a go. And then basically come too... after egg beater. Anybody who's egg beater in skiing knows what that is. And one of my skis. And thank God, I had the powder, the powder, the powder, cord, you know, so when your ski flies off, and that's a 10 foot florecent and trailer. So you can find the ski because it floats above the powder. And so I'm looking everywhere for my ski and it's like, way down the mountain. And I'm like, Did I break my back? Did I dislocate a knee? Like I had a serious moment of concern of like, "holy crap, I'm lucky I did not. I did not do serious damage." Another time. Mammoth love skiing mammoth. In California so with all this skiing again, last 5 - 10 years, mammoth skiing by myself, again, do a hip check. Beginning of the year, bunch of snow.  Do like a little launch hip check.  Keep in mind, this is 50 year old man launch hip check. So this is nothing extreme. And like I just miss a big, barely covered log with my hip when I did the hip check. And I had the stark realization of like, "god dammit, there I... there I go again, you know."  Just a little bit of a risk taker and pushing the envelope. After promising myself I won't push the envelope yet again,Mischa Zvegintzov  07:51 and... hold on traffic...Mischa Zvegintzov  08:02 So I survived that. So fast forward. The last couple of years, I have not felt the urge to ski. So last year, and coming up on this year, so year and a half a year, really last last fall. And this fall. So the last year and coming into this fall, I'm like yeah, you know, kinda over it. I'm kind of have a hard time not pushing the envelope. I kind of have a hard time just gracefully, shushing and enjoying the moment.  Got to push the envelope. Gosh, it sure is interesting that the overpowering urge to ski and have that adventure has been quelled. And I was like, Oh my gosh, it's because the business side of me is just flourishing right now. And sort of that risky adventure learning process is just, it's in full effect. I'm experiencing it, experiencing it just in a creative aspect of, of building, you know, an online business. And it's awesome, right. So I'm getting to learn new processes all over the place. And I also see that there's processes to master but there's plenty of processes waiting in the wings. So that's awesome.Mischa Zvegintzov  09:46 And then, you know, a little bit of risk reward. Like there's so there's some of that intellectual adrenaline happening, you know, financial risk reward, stuff like that. And then it's also serving my need to serve. Like being of service is such a big, big part of my life.  My credo.  My daily you know, spiritual routine is based on "How can I be of service? What can I bring to the table?" And so currently, all those things are being satisfied right now. It's like no wonder I've, I've got no need to prove myself on the ski slope.  To prove myself in the hot yoga room. Right? to push the envelope physically to be the most flexible, stiff 50 year old man.  You know, sold the mountain bikes...  You know what else even I have an E bike, which I freaking love. Because it's so fast. And you can push the envelope, weave in and out of traffic, and kind of be cool. So letting you into the, to the deeper recesses of what drives me sometimes. Thank you for listening. The need to haul ass on my E bike has been quelled to.  I'm like "What's the common denominator denominator here?" Well, one is age. definite maturity.  emotional maturity. Definite like no more need to have stitches or the risk reward of having stitches is no longer worth the adrenaline shot of whatever I'm doing? What else was that gonna say? I don't know. I think you get the picture. But there you go. There's my manly leaning story. And I hope all you men enjoy that. And some of you ladies too. And I don't know. I'm done. Practicing trying out my theory, expanding my story repertoire to reach different segments of my audience. peace out.Mischa Zvegintzov  12:26 (Outro)  Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for spending time with me today. As someone who has committed to growth and service to this world, I so appreciate your willingness to come with me go within and serve our world through change. If you found value in this podcast and you know someone who can use this message, share this episode with him. Share it so our mission can be achieved one episode at a time and of course subscribe so you can hear more. And lastly for more resources on what has helped me on my journey and can help you on yours. Go to www.belove.media/resources. That's www.BELOVE.media/slash resources. Thank you again for listening.

CruxCasts
Mammoth Resources (MTH) - Technical Analysis & Due Diligence

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 33:33


Mammoth Resources (TSX-V: MTH) is a precious metal mineral exploration Company focused on acquiring and defining precious metal resources in Mexico and other attractive mining friendly jurisdictions in the Americas. The Company holds a 100% interest (subject to a 2% net smelter royalty purchasable anytime within two years from commencement of commercial production for US$1.5 million) in the 5,333 hectare Tenoriba gold property located in the Sierra Madre Precious Metal Belt in southwestern Chihuahua State, Mexico. Mammoth is seeking other opportunities to option exploration projects in the Americas on properties it deems to host above average potential for economic concentrations of precious metals mineralization.  

Ray Appleton
Hour 3 - Mammoth Tusk Found Off California Coast. Weapons Expert Points To Possible Explanation For How Live Rounds Got On 'Rust' Set. Chris Cuomo Addresses CNN suspension.

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 37:14


Scientists say a 3-foot-long mammoth tusk found off the California coast could be more than 100,000 years old and has been preserved for eons in the cold ocean depths. A search warrant affidavit filed Tuesday for a New Mexico film prop firm indicates that live ammunition on the deadly set of "Rust" might have originated with the storied stuntman Thell Reed. Embattled CNN star Chris Cuomo addressed his suspension publicly for the first time on Wednesday, admitting he's "embarrassed" but understands why people think his actions violated journalism ethics and plans to "respect" the network's investigation into his conduct. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mornings Rock
Music Matters: Latest from Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin, new music from Mammoth WVH

Mornings Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 7:29


CHOM Music Director Pierre Landry has the latest from Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin. Plus, new music from Mammoth WVH.

All The Wiser
Amy Purdy lost both her legs and became a 3x Paralympic medalist

All The Wiser

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 64:08


REBROADCAST - Previously aired on 5/13/2020Amy Purdy chose to be here. After losing both her legs below the knee at 19 to a form of bacterial meningitis, doctors gave her a 2% chance of survival. A year later she finished third in a snowboarding competition on Mammoth mountain. Amy went on to become one of the top Paralympic snowboarders in the world, competing on Dancing with the Stars, touring with Oprah Winfrey, starting a foundation, and writing a New York Times best-selling book. But after another life-threatening setback, Amy once again found herself knocking down doors to get the help she needed and in doing so, has inspired people everywhere to push through obstacles and make dreams happen. Follow us on social media!Twitter: @allthewiserpodInstagram: @allthewiserpodcast Facebook: @allthewiserpodcastSign up for our newsletter!Have a story to share with us or feedback about an episode you heard? Email us at hello@allthewiserpodcast.comIf you like what you heard on today's show, please consider sharing this episode and giving us a review on Apple Podcasts! It helps other awesome people like you find our show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jupiter Farms Residents Podcast
2021 Hero of the YEAR: Graham Huls

Jupiter Farms Residents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 34:46


Holy cow, it's been another year of the Jupiter Farms Residents Podcast!!! We conclude Season 3 with a VERY special episode featuring the grand marshal of the 29th Annual Jupiter Farms Community Christmas Parade! This year's honoree is none other than Graham Huls, Jupiter Farms Resident and noted local historian. So, join Matty, Jillian, Susan and Producer David as they dive into the life and times of the one and only Graham Huls - and we find out quite a bit about Jupiter Farms history (did you know about the hidden Mammoth? — you will!!!!)Support the show (http://www.jupiterfarmsresidents.com/donate-to-jfr/)

The Course Of Life
Brooks Beats Brooksy and the Mammoth Media Institute Open

The Course Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 38:23


It was a quick 9 holes that allowed Brooks Koepka to claim victory over "rival" Bryson DeChambeau on Friday, and hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell break it all down, including the smack talk and changes Brooks jumps off another couple major victories (2:13). Across the pond, the European Tour has a new name, and thanks to a new COVID variant, a shortened tournament (10:41). This weekend is the Hero World Challenge, hosted by Tiger Woods, who is splashing back into the golf world and maybe making a return to the PGA Tour (12:59)? In Tuned In, Michael watched a 2019 movie that is NOT about a famous magician, and Alex is watching the Will Smith's latest acting turn in "King Richard" (17:08). Alex is recapping his adventures in LA-LA-Land and rubbing elbows with film stars and golf celebrities alike after a visit to the Mammoth Media Institute Open, where he chatted with the likes of Josh Cassaday, the Country Club Adjacent boys, and Tisha Alyn (20:20). College football rolls into the final conference weekend, and by Sunday we'll know whose getting into those coveted four CFB Playoff spots, but Alex and Michael are sure it'll still be the usual two in the National Championship Game (30:35). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, it's all Thanksgiving dinner and the best food they put on the table last week. Oh, and it's raining latkes (34:35)! Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed  Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://bit.ly/3k0jSnk Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I  Have you listened to our new food podcast? https://bit.ly/3vrJvj9  Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ  Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ  Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt 

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Study discovers a way to detect melanomas early - Science with Belinda Smith

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 8:45


Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, but a pilot study has found a way to detect melanomas early, with a little help from a smartphone camera.

The Johnny Beane Podcast
Talking Guitars & 80's Metal LIVE! Wolfgang Van Halen, Mammoth WVH Grammy nom; Foo Fighters 11/23/21

The Johnny Beane Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 144:41


Watch the show - https://youtu.be/z6655gS9934

Two Guys Talking Craft
Two Guys Talking Craft- Episode 32 - Creating Memorable Characters

Two Guys Talking Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 72:10


We served up a MAMMOTH platter of character techniques for you to feast upon and add to your acting toolkit! we also revealed our one go to technique (if we HAD TO CHOOSE) on how we'd create dynamic and memorable characters. Listen and discover instantly actionable acting techniques that you can use forevermore! listen to previous episodes of Two Guys Talking Craft on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Aiming For The Moon
Creating the Modern-Day Wooly Mammoth: Dr. George Church (Professor at Harvard and MIT, Co-Founder of Colossal)

Aiming For The Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 26:47


Dr. George Church, a leading genetics engineer, professor at Harvard and MIT, and the co-founder of Colossal, is taking on an ambitious mission. His goal: to upgrade our current elephants with woolly mammoth genes to make them suitable for the Arctic circle. Sound crazy? Listen in to find out his plan!Our Website: https://www.aimingforthemoon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiming4moon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aiming4MoonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-TwYdfPcWV-V1JvjBXk

Heston's Pod & Chips
72: The Rare Tea Lady + Eating Wooly Mammoth and reading tea leaves

Heston's Pod & Chips

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 60:51


The guys delve into the wonderful world of tea this week, with world renowned expert 'Rare Tea Lady' Henrietta Lovell.  From the most expensive tea in the world to the sordid history of British tea origins, how we fell out of love with 'proper tea', to the chemistry of the perfect cup, this is an in-depth trip inside everything about tea...they even have a chance to read the tea leaves too!  Plus once again they are 'cooking the impossible', trying to figure out what Mammoth would taste like.  

Science Friday
Mammoth Pool Fire, Fun Squirrel Facts, Soil Importance. Nov 12 2021, Part 2

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 52:39


As Wildfire Intensity Rises, So Does The Human Toll Of Blazes It was Labor Day 2020, and Mammoth Pool Reservoir, in California's Sierra Nevada, was buzzing with campers. Karla Carcamo and her parents, siblings, cousins, and countless others, mostly from the Los Angeles area, have been coming here every Labor Day for 17 years. “Most of it is my family, and family that's invited family, and those family friends have invited friends of theirs,” she says. “I'm telling you, we have over 200 people.” Alex Tettamanti and her husband Raul Reyes are also Labor Day regulars. Every year, they drive in from Las Vegas to meet up with an off-roading club made up of a few dozen families from across the West. They fill their weekend with jet-skiing, ATVing and hiking. “It's beautiful,” says Tettamanti. “The smell of all the pine trees and stuff, and the trees are so big, it's really cool. The campground and reservoir are nestled at an elevation of about 3,000 feet in the Central California foothills a few hours northeast of Fresno. The attraction is unfiltered Sierra Nevada: Sparkling blue water surrounded by a thick forest of stately ponderosa pines and black oaks. Plus, it's isolated. There's only one road in and out, which dead ends at the lake. “Being there, let me tell you, it's like a little piece of paradise,” says Carcamo. That Friday passed like any other. Groups split up to go hiking, swimming and grilling, and Carcamo's family prepared for their annual pupusa night later in the weekend. By Saturday morning, however, the atmosphere had changed. “When I woke up, I did notice it was kind of cloudy,” says Reyes. “The sky was orange and there was ash, like big pieces of ash falling,” says Reyes' friend Vicky Castro. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com.   Squirrel-Nut Economics And Other Agility Tricks In many parts of the country, the lead-up to winter is a busy time for squirrels, furiously collecting and hiding acorns and nuts for the cold months ahead. But how can squirrels recall where it has stashed all its stores? And what can studying squirrels tell researchers about memory, learning, and economic decision-making in other species? Ira talks with Lucia Jacobs, a professor in the department of psychology and the Institute of Neuroscience at UC Berkeley, about her studies of the campus squirrels—from learning about their cognition, learning, and memory to recording the acrobatic movements of a squirrel on the ground and in the treetops. Jacobs co-leads a "squirrel school," observing rescued and orphaned juvenile squirrels as they learn normal squirrel behavior, and is contributing to a project seeking to develop robots using agility tricks learned from the rodents.   What Will We Reap Without Topsoil? You may have missed the research when it came out this February: a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science reporting on satellite studies of farmland topsoil in the nation's corn belt, states like Iowa, Indiana, and Illinois. And the news was not good. The team estimated that more than one-third of the topsoil in this region is gone, eroded mostly from hilltops and ridgelines, thanks to the plowing and tilling processes used to perform industrial agriculture. That topsoil, some of the richest in the world, is carbon-rich and crucial to our food supply. And yet it's continuing to wash away, a hundred years after scientists like Aldo Leopold first called out the threat of erosion. This erosion, as well as other degradation of soil's complex structure and microbiome, continues at a fast clip around the globe, hurting food production and ecosystems health. In addition, soil could be helping us contain more than 100 billion additional tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere—if we let it. But the good news, according to University of Wisconsin soil scientist Jo Handelsman, is that the solutions like cover crops and no-till farming are simple, well-understood, and easy to implement—as long as we give farmers incentives to make the leap. She talks to Ira about her forthcoming book, A World Without Soil: The Past, Present, and Precarious Future of the Earth Beneath Our Feet.

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 3 | Brandon Peterson - Gas to Electric @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:13


Brandon Peterson – Mechanic gas to electric//U.S. Debt / Buying a new car / SUVs//Bass Pro Shops / Dodgers ice rink / Bellio on Friends//Mammoth is open / John skiing

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Mammoth Skiing, Popcorn and Rufus Du Sol @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 32:24


Season Pass for Mammoth WHIP: Cost//Embryo mistake//AMC popcorn Milt & Edie's cookies//Chip Ahoy//Rufus Du Sol// Oops I'm lyrics//USC vs Cal postponed//Noory Baldwin park fire//

Nothings For No One
217 - Bill & Jason (Plush Tour Recap)

Nothings For No One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 89:01


Bill is BACK! From his tour with the good people in Plush, and Bill is giving us the scoop on the run in support of Mammoth.

Cathartic Yardstick
Episode 40 - Wooly Mammoth

Cathartic Yardstick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 28:32


Dear listeners; in this episode, your intrepid hosts discuss the merits and possible unforseen consequences of trying to repopulate the world with wooly mammoths. We also talk about the billionaire boys club in space.

Working Class Bowhunter
478 Judd (Mammoth Tusk Guy) Knows How To Find Bucks Too!

Working Class Bowhunter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 40:35


Judd, The Mammoth Tusk Guy returns! Judd is in to tell us the story of his recent successful hunt on an Illinois brute! Enjoy!  Support us at: patreon.com/workingclassbowhunter Find WCB online: https://workingclassbowhunter.com/ YouTube Channel https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassBowhunter/ https://www.instagram.com/workingclassbowhunter/ https://twitter.com/WCBOWHUNTER  The WCB Podcast is presented by: Elite Archery   CODE: WCB for all outdoor group products Scent Crusher - Scent Off. Game On. Rogue Ridge E-Bikes & The Grind Outdoors, Turkey decoys, and accessories. Spy Point Trail Cameras Big Tine - Attract - Develop - Grow Old Barn Taxidermy HHA Sports HHA CODE: WCB15 Huntworth Gear Novix Treestands - Code: WorkingClass21 for 15% Off Victory Archery ThermaSeat Code: WCTS Leupold Optics ISOtunes Save 20% on The DeerCast App Code: WCB21  

Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast
#55: The Ghosts of Mammoth Cave National Park

Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 50:37


Did you know that Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the longest known cave system in the world? Here's another fact you might not know: many people think the cave is haunted. Join us for this episode as we give an overview of Mammoth Cave National Park, and Karen regales Matt with frightening and sometimes ghoulish stories from the past about the caverns below south-central Kentucky.   Link to the National Park Service webpage: Top Ten Tips for Visiting Mammoth Cave National Park   Please subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show.   Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com.   To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at mattandkarensmith@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Oxygen Starved Podcast
Mary Roach's 'Fuzz'; Mammoth Lakes Co-Compliance Officer Rick Bellis

Oxygen Starved Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 61:33


Christopher and Stacey talk up Mary Roach's books, her recent 'Fuzz' in particular, and then learn about Mammoth Lakes' resident wild critters with Co-Compliance Officer Rick Bellis.

Doom Tomb Podcast- Stoner Rock, Doom Metal and Sludge Metal.

Mammoth Monday Demon Grass and Manguera in Bisbee, AZ October 30th https://www.instagram.com/demongrassfuzz/ https://www.instagram.com/manguera.band/ https://www.instagram.com/the.quarry.bisbee/ Mosara: https://www.instagram.com/mosaraband/ http://doomtombpodcast.com *****   ***** Edited by Ian from No Masters Audio: https://www.instagram.com/nomastersaudio/ House band : Stone Witch https://stonewitchband.bandcamp.com https://interstellarsmokerecords.bigcartel.com *****  SPONSORS : Sam Sa'House: https://www.samsahouse.com Click below for 10% off your first order! https://www.samsahouse.com/discount/sahousetomb     ***** Desert Records: https://www.desertrecords.us/artists/ https://desertrecords.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/desertrecordslabel https://www.instagram.com/desertrecords/ ***** Glory or Death Records: https://gloryordeathrecords.bigcartel.com https://www.facebook.com/Gloryordeathrecords https://www.instagram.com/gloryordeathrecords/ ***** Cranium Radio(Sundays,6-9 PM EST): https://www.facebook.com/craniumradio The Doom Tomb followed by an episode of the podcast - http://craniumradio.com Listen by way of : https://streema.com https://tunein.com https://live365.com ***** Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/doomtombpodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/doomtombpodcast https://www.tiktok.com/@doomtomb?lang=en https://twitter.com/DoomTombPodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYEaR0imIjYsgw-icbQPyhQ   ***** Planet Mammoth: https://www.facebook.com/planetmammoth https://www.instagram.com/planetmammothentertainment/ ***** Doom Tomb Merch: https://doomtomb.bigcartel.com ***** doomtombpodcast@gmail.com Hit us up! ***** STAY HEAVY !!!!  

Cogknitive Podcast
Episode 50: Off to Mammoth Lakes

Cogknitive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 78:24


Shownotes can be found at cogknitivepodcast.blogspot.com or on our group on Ravelry.

CAR WASH The Podcast
Episode 195: CEO to CEO - Former Dunkin' Donuts and McDonalds Exec Shares His Approach to Car Wash Industry as New Mammoth Holdings' CEO

CAR WASH The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 16:22


Today we've got an exclusive conversation for you between ICA CEO Eric Wulf, and the newest Chairman and CEO of Mammoth Holdings, David Hoffman. Hoffman was previously with Dunkin' Brands as President, Dunkin' U.S., overseeing all operations, marketing and development for the brand domestically. He was appointed to CEO in July 2018, where his responsibilities expanded to include Baskin–Robbins, as well as the international businesses of both Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins. Prior to joining Dunkin' Brands, Dave spent 22 years with McDonald's Corporation, where he most recently served as President, High Growth Markets, an area that included China, South Korea, Russia and several additional European markets. From 2009 to 2015, he held various leadership roles as part of McDonald's Asia Pacific Middle East Africa (APMEA), serving as President beginning in 2012 and overseeing the operations of 8,900 restaurants across 37 countries. Enjoy this conversation as we hear about what Hoffman is excited for in this industry, and what he might be bringing with him from a strong retail pedigree to the car wash industry. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

America's National Parks Podcast
National Park News | Monuments Restored, Sequoias Destroyed, Mammoth Grows, Wolves Killed, White Sands Discovery, & More

America's National Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 9:36


Welcome to this month's "News from the Parks" our monthly roundup of top stories from the National Parks.

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #55: China Peak, California CEO Tim Cohee

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 77:20


The Storm Skiing Podcast is sponsored by Mountain Gazette - Listen to the podcast for discount codes on subscriptions and merch.WhoTim Cohee, Managing Partner, CEO, and General Manager of China Peak Mountain Resort, CaliforniaRecorded onSeptember 28, 2021Why I interviewed himBecause China Peak, an independent operation situated on the Southwest side of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, sits at the bullseye of multiple issues shaping the modern lift-served skiing landscape. Climate change is descending in all seasons: seven winter snow droughts in the past 10 years; wildfire scraping the resort’s edges and damaging buildings in 2020. The mega-resorts with their super-cheap megapasses beckon the local Fresno skiers that are China Peak’s core constituency. And not just California’s many Epic and Ikon gems – Palisades Tahoe, Kirkwood, Heavenly, Northstar – but the resorts dotted all around the West – it takes the same amount of time to fly to Salt Lake City from Fresno as it does to drive to China Peak. But, like most mid-sized ski areas around the country, China Peak is stamping out a model to survive and hopefully thrive in this era of consolidation, cheap travel, and climate catastrophe: banding together with other independent mountains on the Indy Pass and Powder Alliance, and investing in a powerful New England-style snowmaking system capable of burying the place and (hopefully) fending off fires. And if you’re going to initiate such massive and dramatic change, it helps to have a charismatic leader with more than 40 years of experience dealing with every possible circumstance a snowy mountain can churn out. Skiing needs the China Peaks to thrive if skiing itself is to survive long-term, and I wanted to see how Cohee planned to do that.What we talked aboutThe Southern California ski scene in the 1970s; the Cohee family ski diaspora and their potential future at China Peak; the 1970s vacuum in ski-area marketing; the surreal reality of Southern California skiing; when the massive city below doesn’t know about the abundant skiing in the mountains above; what it took to get same-day snow conditions video from the mountain to the local news station 40 years ago; working for Bill Killebrew at Heavenly; the smartest guy in the history of skiing; quadrupling skier visits at Bear Mountain né Goldmine; how “skiing’s dream team” emerged from a 1990s version of Bear Mountain to run some of the largest ski areas in the country; moving east and working under Les Otten in the heyday of the American Skiing Company; reviving a declining Kirkwood; leaving the ski area after 17 years to buy China Peak (known at the time as Sierra Summit); what happens when a ski area ignores the customer; How and why China Peak overhauled its snowmaking system and how that’s going to change the resort; and what happens when your snowmaking manager quits over Christmas break.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewFor most of its first two years, The Storm Skiing Podcast focused mostly on the Northeast. In order to capture the true breadth and spirit of the region, it was important to me to maintain a balance between monster, conglomerate-owned ski areas and the-owner-drives-the-Snowcat family-owned hills. So episodes featuring Killington, Sunday River, Sugarbush, Sugarloaf, Loon, and Mount Snow lived alongside interviews with the folks running Plattekill, Berkshire East, Bolton Valley, Titus, Whaleback, Mad River Glen, and Lonesome Pine. The ski world is big and messy, and the podcast had to reflect that.As I expand the pod’s focus from the Northeast to the entire country, I will deliberately follow that same template. My first two western interviews – Taos and Aspen – are ski-world A-listers, checkbox items for the Ikon set, places with deep resonance and meaning for generations of locals and tourists. China Peak is something different. Once knowns as Sierra Summit, it’s a local bump that no one’s flying across the country to ski. But that’s exactly why I’m here: what the hell is this place, this mysterious Indy Pass partner wading in a purgatory south of the Sierra badboys? It’s been there for 63 years and no one outside of Fresno has ever heard of it. But like all ski areas, it means a tremendous amount to a lot of people out there, and it’s an important part of this American ski story that I’m trying to tell.Questions I wish I’d askedFor a typical Storm Skiing Podcast interview, I’ll write 25 to 30 questions and manage to get to around 80 percent of them. This time, I got through six. Cohee’s 40-plus-year journey through the ski industry during its decades of explosive change was so compelling that we didn’t even get to China Peak until we were nearly out of time. So all of my normal questions about chairlifts, trail networks, local markets, snowfall, fire danger, the Indy Pass, the Powder Alliance, and the wild world of Covid will just have to wait until next time – and you will want there to be a next time after you hear this.Why you should ski China PeakChina Peak is an interesting place. It’s more or less at the end of the road, on the way to nowhere, close to nothing at all. Mammoth, 30-ish miles away as the crow flies, is a five-hour drive. Because it’s not big enough to merit destination status in a state overloaded with alpha ski resorts, it’s mostly a day tripper’s hill for Fresno, an hour-and-a-half southwest. But there’s no rule that it has to be. An Indy Pass and Powder Alliance member, China Peak is a walk-up proposition for many skiers on their existing passes. The trail map looks fun, especially after a big snow, but the mountain’s new megahose snowmaking system ought to guarantee more stable conditions even when the snow fails to materialize. This would make a nice stop on any California ski tour.Additional reading/videosLift Blog’s China Peak lift inventoryHistoric China Peak/Sierra Summit trailmapsSome Slopefillers love for CoheeSAM($) profiles China Peak’s new snowmaking system Fires approaching China Peak last September:Cohee on video: Get on the email list at www.stormskiing.com

The Thomas Jefferson Hour
#1463 Petrification with David Nicandri

The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 59:02


Clay Jenkinson and David Nicandri discuss Thomas Jefferson's fascination with the mammoth, and his hope that Lewis and Clark would find living specimens. As it turns out, Nicandri and Jenkinson have an equal fascination. Also discussed is the changing influence written history has on us. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: NPR: "Scientists Say They Could Bring Back Woolly Mammoths. But Maybe They Shouldn't," How to Clone a Mammoth by Beth Shapiro, The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

Chicago Dog Walk
Tuesday 9/28/21 - Biologist Who Is Bringing Back The Woolly Mammoth

Chicago Dog Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 26:44


Eddie & Chief are joined by an investor Ben Lamm and biologist George Church who are trying to bring back the woolly mammoth. We get into how it's been one of our favorite topics since we started the podcast, Josh Richards involvement in the project, a jarring finding about methane under lakes, and more.

The Holy Post
Episode 475: Mammoths, McDowell, & Making Sense of White Supremacy with Robert P. Jones

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 84:51


Data from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) has found that white Christians—including mainline Protestants, Catholics, and evangelicals—are the most racist religious group in America, Robert P. Jones, the CEO of PRRI, says this isn't a bug within white American Christianity, but a feature. He discusses his new book “White Too Long” about the lingering legacy of white supremacy in the church. Also this week, apologist Josh McDowell joins those saying CRT is the greatest threat facing the church, but does his argument contradict itself? Why is belief in miracles going up if overall belief in religion is going down? Phil says we shouldn't worry about scientists trying to resurrect woolly mammoths. Christian explains why she's in the Netherlands. And police in the UK issue a warning about kids buying beans. News Segment Where in the world is Christian? [00:47] Christian's research and wooden shoes [4:51]Police issue warning over children ‘buying large quantities of cans of beans' [9:31] https://www.unilad.co.uk/viral/police-issue-warning-over-children-buying-large-quantities-of-cans-of-beans/ Firm raises $15m to bring back woolly mammoth from extinction [16:44] https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/sep/13/firm-bring-back-woolly-mammoth-from-extinction Josh McDowell's speech and apology [22:45] https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/christian-author-josh-mcdowell-apologizes-for-comments-about-black-minority-families/2021/09/20/1ad27238-1a3d-11ec-bea8-308ea134594f_story.html New stat: Do you believe in religious miracles? [35:41] https://twitter.com/ryanburge/status/1439949279192301573 Interview with Robert P. Jones PRRI - https://www.prri.org“The End of White Christian America” - https://amzn.to/3Eu1OK2“White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in America Christianity” - https://amzn.to/3ArH57r PATREON BONUS: https://www.patreon.com/posts/56402290/Interview Start [44:18] The white Christian shuffle [48:26]Al Mohler and the SBC's racist history [51:35]https://www.baptistpress.com/resource-library/news/first-person-racial-superiority-confronting-the-truth/ Theology of white Christianity [55:31] Data from “Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics” [1:07:59] https://amzn.to/3u0lIHQ More data: Thermometer vs. race index [1:11:10] United Daughters of the Confederacy - catechisms [1:15:24] Does church attendance affect racist attitudes? [1:20:22] The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Madigan's Pubcast
Episode 57: Halloween Ranch, Stevie vs Lindsey, & Resurrecting The Woolly Mammoth

Madigan's Pubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 91:28


Kathleen opens the show drinking a Holy Donut Stout by Maine's Lone Pine Brewing, brought to her by her friend and fellow comedian Kelly MacFarland. She also gives a shoutout to Little Big Town for the “Day Drinking” trucker hat that was sent after Kathleen tasted their Day Drinking canned wine on a previous Pubcast. TERMITE SHOUTOUTS: Kathleen gives thanks to the Termites who leave notes at shows and send mail to her PO Box. She begins by thanking Termite Adam, who made his mother proud by sending the completed set of South Carolina rocks glasses. Also big thanks to Termite Summer for the Trader Joe's Carolina Gold bbq sauce and the “Calm Down Karen” t-shirt. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen samples Pumpkin Spice Cheerios, which she doesn't like because she doesn't like ANY pumpkin flavor (she and her dad always ask her mom to make a chocolate pie for any holiday), and then moves onto Taco Bell's Avocado Ranch sauce, which she recommends putting on anything. Kathleen finishes her tasting by sampling Cheeto's Crunch Pop Mix, telling Termites to stick with the original Cheeto's. ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM REVIEW: As a follow-up to Episode 38, Kathleen visited the ISGM when she was recently in Boston for shows. She describes the rooms and the artwork exhibited (which you can also see video of on her YouTube channel), with her favorite area being the iconic courtyard. Then in continuing to do the Lord's work, Kathleen mentions her official chowder tasting at Black Rose, the Chart House, and Legal Seafood in downtown Boston. UPDATE ON KATHLEEN'S QUEEN'S COURT: Kathleen provides an update on the Queens, reporting that Queen Tanya has canceled the remainder of her 2021 Tour dates, stating that she needs to concentrate on rehabilitating her hip after her recent surgery. Tanya has also recorded a very cool song with RuPaul called “This Is Our Country,” which Kathleen recommends cranking UP and listening to. In super breaking bombshell news, Queen Stevie has delivered a TKO to former boyfriend and bandmate Lindsey Buckingham after his latest rant to the press challenging Stevie's involvement in his firing from Fleetwood Mac. Buckingham dissed all of his former bandmates in his tirades, which Kathleen advises is probably not the best way to approach a possible reunion. HIDDEN VALLEY HALLOWEEN: Kathleen is thrilled to read an announcement that Hidden Valley is releasing limited-edition Halloween treats for Ranch lovers, as well as a Ranch bottle costume. BALTO HOLMES AND MORE THERANOS TRIAL UNCERTAINTY: In another chapter of the saga of Elizabeth Holmes' lies, Kathleen reports to the Termites that in 2017, Vanity Fair reports that Holmes flew first-class across the U.S. to adopt a 9-week-old Siberian husky. She named him Balto after the world-famous sled dog that made a dangerous 600-mile journey in 1925, bearing medicine to save an entire village from diphtheria. Holmes went on to boast to people that Balto is a wolf, which his AKC paperwork states otherwise. Kathleen then goes into detail on the latest developments in the Theranos trial, including issues with jurors, the ways in which Holmes as altered her appearance to look more “maternal,” and the and exquisite home that she's residing in with her new baby and billionaire husband while on trial for fraud. RESURRECTING THE WOOLLY MAMMOTH: Kathleen reads an article outlining where scientists are making a pitch to resurrect the woolly mammoth from extinction. Colossal, a biosciences and genetics company, has raised $15 million to bring back the mammoth in an altered genetic form. The move could help restore the fragile Arctic tundra ecosystem, however, the ethical issues involved are creating a firestorm with the Genetics community. Kathleen asks listeners what they think of the campaign, and Paddles votes to proceed as long as the end result produces a mini mammoth (much like a baby goat). BITCOIN BECOMES LEGAL TENDER IN EL SALVADOR: As listeners of the Pubcast know, Kathleen holds mad love for cryptocurrency. She's thrilled to read an article announcing that El Salvador has adopted Bitcoin as an official currency alongside the US dollar. Supporters argue the move will make it cheaper and easier for migrants to send money home to El Salvador, which is important given such remittances account for over 24 percent of the country's gross domestic product, according to figures from the World Bank reported by CNBC. Baby steps for big gain states Mama T. RIPPER THE TALKING DUCK: Kathleen reads an article from New Zealand where a duck, who was raised in captivity in the late 1980s, was recorded uttering the phrase: “You bloody fool!” Scientists have analyzed the recordings, and have added musk ducks to a small number of animals able to imitate human speech.THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE IN THE USA: Kathleen is excited to announce that Money Magazine has evaluated big cities and small towns all over the US and has determined that the best place to live is Chanhassen, Minnesota. The magazine revealed its 35th annual "50 Best Places to Live" list last week, looking at metrics across nine different categories to create its definitive ranking for 2021-22. Situated southwest of the Twin Cities, Chanhassen made the #1 pick overall, with two additional cities in Minnesota making the top fifty as well. Skol!A $400B UTOPIAN DESERT CITY PLANNED: Kathleen reads an article where former Walmart president and billionaire Marc Lore has announced his plans for a $400 billion utopian city. Lore wants to capture the cleanliness of Tokyo, the diversity of New York, and the social services of Stockholm, and his vision will incorporate 5-million-people. He has appointed world-famous architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group to finalize the design and location, using scouting teams to review possible targets including Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Texas, and the Appalachian region. Stay tuned for UPDATES ☺THE CAROLINA MURDAUGH MURDERS: Kathleen's ID Channel love attracts her to the bizarre details surrounding the murder of the family of a South Carolina lawyer, Alex Murdaugh. News of the deaths of Paul Murdaugh, 22, and Maggie Murdaugh, 52, has led to national headlines, not only for the mystery surrounding their murders but for the ties to other death investigations in the Lowcountry area: Stephen Smith in 2015, Gloria Satterfield in 2018 and Mallory Beach in 2019. Kathleen reads through the timeline of events leading up to the recent arrest of Alex Murdaugh, after admitting to enlisting a hitman to end his own life in an effort to release an insurance policy for his remaining living son. More to come as details unfold…See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
The Skeptics Guide #845 - Sep 18 2021

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021


Swindler's List: Auto Warranty Robocalls; News Items: Tongue Snakeoil, Keyhole Spying, Fact Checking Misinformation, Cognitive Control and Cheating, Bringing Back the Mammoth; SGU Recommends: What If; Who's That Noisy; Your Questions and E-mails

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
This Week's Top Stories - Woolly Mammoth Reboot, Nicki Minaj's Vaccine Tweet Fallout & More

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 30:55


Scientists plan to resurrect woolly mammoths, Nicki Minaj sparks a controversy with a tweet about her cousin's friend getting swollen testicles due to vaccination, and Instagram harms teens. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

CarCast
Lawman Mustang + Hennessey RAM TRX Mammoth 1000

CarCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:33


Goldberg and Matt chat about Bill getting back his Lawman Mustang, Matt driving the Hennessey RAM TRX Mammoth 1000, and the reaction to the Tesla Plaid. Visit Good-guys.com and use the promo code CarCast Visit Geico.com

Hard Factor
9/15: Rest In Peace To Legendary Comedian Norm Macdonald

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 69:43


Rest in peace to comedian Norm Macdonald. General Milley is being called a traitor by some for his actions following the Capitol riots. The Met Gala outfits are causing quite a stir, especially AOC's. Gabby Petito is still missing and her boyfriend still isn't helping authorities. You can win El Chapo's safe house via a Mexican lottery. Wasps are killing butterflies in Finland. The Wolly Mammoth may soon be seen again on the Arctic Tundra. Man who injected woman with semen at a grocery store is finally sentenced. (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time 00:06:30 - Holidays: National Linguine Day sparks a pasta discussion 00:10:45 - History: 1916 - The Tank was used for the first time in Combat by the British in WW1 00:11:55 - Honorable Mentions: Still 100 Americans in Afghanistan. The Met Gala 00:16:43 - #3 - General Milley went behind Trump's back and talked to China about nuclear weapons 00:23:55 - #2 - EURO Football 00:25:05 - #1 - Rest In Peace to a legend, Norm Macdonald 00:33:55 - The troubling case of Gabby Petito, who went missing during a cross country trip with her fiance; who isn't talking to cops. TikTok International Moment 00:45:38 - Mexico - The government is giving away El Chapo's former safe house via a national lottery 00:50:13 - Finland - Tiny wasps are decimating the local butterfly population after science experiment goes wrong 00:53:53 - The Arctic - The Woolly Mammoth is making a comeback thanks to scientists who want to use the Mammoth to knock down trees 01:00:30 - Stemen's Semen, The man who stabbed a woman with a syringe full of semen is finally sentenced These stories and more… brought to you by our fantastic sponsors. Full Boar BBQ - Proof the American dream is still alive when you have a superior product mixed with unstoppable work ethic. What started with a group of high school friends trying their hand at a local BBQ competition has turned into a company that is trusted everywhere it is known to make you the star of your backyard. Hard Factor listeners get 10% off their entire order using promo code Factor at fullboarbbqproducts.com Talkspace - Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code HARDFACTOR Lightstream - Lower your interest rate and save with a Credit Card Consolidation Loan from LightStream get a special interest rate discount and save even more by going to Lightstream.com/Factor Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480 or or send us a voicememo to hardfactorvoicemail@gmail.com & leave a 5-Star review on Apple Pods to hear it on Friday's show Follow/Subscribe @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Apple Pods and Spotify to support the Show!

The Daily Zeitgeist
Wooly Mammoths Coming Back? Who Asked For Pina Colada Cheese? 9.14.21

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 73:26


In episode 988, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Maggie Maye to discuss food mashups gone wrong, Wooly Mammoths, Bill Cosby's comeback isn't a thing, and more! FOOTNOTES: Wooly Mammoths When Food Mashups Go Wrong The Bill Cosby Comeback Isn't A Thing LISTEN: TOBi “Off The Drugs” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

CarCast
TRX Mammoth + Porsche Mission R & Tesla Plaid's Yoke

CarCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


Adam and Matt kick off the show talking about Matt's experience driving the stock Ram TRX. Matt also messed around with John Hennessey's "Mammoth" TRX that comes with 250 extra horsepower. Matt explains how crazy fun the TRX is. Adam then reminisces on some of his old racing videos before getting into a general Volkswagen discussion where they spoke on the Passat and the Jetta. The guys dig into the Porsche Mission R Concept car. Last, they talk about the Model S Plaid's crazy performance and its equally crazy steering wheel. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: GEICO: Visit Geico.com DODGE: Visit Dodge.com or go see your local Dodge dealer today EMPIRE COVERS: Visit Empire Covers .com PLUTO TV: Download the free Pluto TV app on any device JB WELD: Visit JBWELD.com AIR MED CARE: Visit AirMedCare.com today MACK WELDON: Visit MackWeldon.com GOOD GUYS: Visit Good-Guys to purchase tickets