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Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
Prime Time Special Edition 125: Post PCA Coalition Reunion

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 246:33


Tonight the Cigar Coop Coalition reunites on the air for the first time since the 2022 Premium Cigar Asssociation (PCA) Trade Show. We will talk about the products and the companies as well as all of the drama associated with the PCA Trade Show. Plus we have our Presidents and Great Things are Happening Here segment as well as another special Saint Luis Rey giveaway from Tabacalera USA. References Russian journalist sells his Nobel prize for a record $103.5 million to help Ukrainian children Little League Batter Hit in the Head Embraces Devastated Pitcher in Inspiring Display Sportsmanship

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
Prime Time Special Edition 125 Audio: Post PCA Coalition Reunion

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 246:32


Tonight the Cigar Coop Coalition reunites on the air for the first time since the 2022 Premium Cigar Asssociation (PCA) Trade Show. We will talk about the products and the companies as well as all of the drama associated with the PCA Trade Show. Plus we have our Presidents and Great Things are Happening Here segment as well as another special Saint Luis Rey giveaway from Tabacalera USA. References Russian journalist sells his Nobel prize for a record $103.5 million to help Ukrainian children Little League Batter Hit in the Head Embraces Devastated Pitcher in Inspiring Display Sportsmanship

Freedom Adventure Podcast
442 Economists that should have Won the Nobel

Freedom Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 23:10


Art Carden discusses which economists should have gotten the Nobels before they died. Ludwig Von Mises was a great economist and his student Fredrick Hayek won the Nobel the year he died. Frank H. Knight the father of the Chicago School. Gordon Tullock should have shared the Nobel with James Buchanan. Armen Alchain, Harold Demsetz, William Baumol, Julian Simon, W.H. Hutt and Aaron Director should also have won the Nobel.

A hombros de gigantes
A hombros de gigantes - Historia de las telecomunicaciones - 14/08/22

A hombros de gigantes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 55:43


La historia de la humanidad es la historia de las relaciones entre los individuos, los grupos y las naciones y esa historia ha dependido de la forma de comunicarse. Desde el tam tam con un tronco hueco a los modernos teléfonos móviles y satélites, pasando por las hogueras, las señales de humo, el telégrafo eléctrico, la fibra óptica e internet, la tecnología nos ha ido proporcionando nuevas herramientas para comunicarnos cada más lejos, con más gente y cada vez mejor. Hemos entrevistado a José Antonio Martín Pereda, miembro de la Real Academia de Ingeniería y autor del libro “Historia de las telecomunicaciones” (Guadalmazán). Jesús Martínez Frías nos habló de los volcanes, ventanas privilegiadas para conocer el interior del planeta. José Luis Trejo nos contó que este 2022 es el Año de Investigación Ramón y Cajal y nos recordó que el primer estudio sobre el uso de la hipnosis para evitar el dolor fue publicado por nuestro premio Nobel en 1889, en la Gaceta Médica Catalana. Fernando Blasco nos informó de un nuevo récord en el número de decimales del número Pi. Eulalia Pérez Sedeño trazó la biografía de la astrónoma estadounidense Dorothea Klumpke. Fue la primera doctora en ciencias por la Sorbona, se embarcó en Noruega para estudiar un eclipse, fue la primera en subirse en globo para observar el cielo (las Leónidas) y, junto a su marido Isaac Roberts, creó un atlas fotográfico de las 52 regiones nebulosas de Herschel. Y reseñamos los libros “Guía del cazador recolector”, de Heather Heying y Brest Weinstein (Planeta); “¿Puede la bioética poner límites a la ciencia?”, de Margarita Boladeras (Tecnos); “Los alimentos ultraprocesados”, de Javier Sánchez Perona (CSIC-Catarata); y "Virus. La guerra de los mil millones de años”, de Juan José Gómez Cadenas y Juan Botas (Espasa). Escuchar audio

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Project Blue Beam, Kari Lake Arizona Sabotage & more incredible intel w/ Dave Hodges

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 53:29


Journalist Dave Hodges rejoins the program to share incredible intel he has gained through years of investigative reporting. He discusses the Trump raid, the GOPs move to sabotage Kari Lake, the crazy Project Blue Beam plan to fake an alien invasion and more. This is another very interesting discussion with Dave Hodges you don't want to miss. You can follow him and learn more about his work at https://thecommonsenseshow.com/   Offer extended until August 14, 2022! Get your Fulvic Minerals+ for only $5 @ https://grow.thegoodinside.com/ftmz60-trial-offer-892649/ See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave MUSIC CREDITS: "Silent Bleak Night" by Humans Win & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on BrandNewTube | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social   Dave Hodges Biography The Common Sense Show features a wide variety of important topics that range from the loss of constitutional liberties, to the subsequent implementation of a police state under world governance, to exploring the limits of human potential. The primary purpose of The Common Sense Show is to provide Americans with the tools necessary to reclaim both our individual and national sovereignty.        

Canonical
Review: The Passport by Herta Müller

Canonical

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 32:37


We kick off our new series Life Under Communism, with a review of The Passport by Nobel prize winner Herta Müller. In a terse prose style, Müller uses surreal imagery to tell the story of ethnic Germans living in 1980s Romania and what they must do to get ahold of the passports necessary to leave the country.   For this series we will be reviewing and discussing Herta Muller's The Passport Aug 12-26, László Krasznahorkai's Satantango Sept 2-16, and The Garlic Ballads Sept 23 - Oct 7. You can join our Reddit discussion here: https://www.reddit.com/r/CanonicalPod where you can also find show notes, credits and extended discussions for every episode. You can support us by rating/liking/sharing our podcast! Subscribe to us here: Apple | Stitcher | Spotify | Google | Youtube We are also on Twitter and Facebook @CanonicalPod. Follow us to get updates on upcoming episodes!

Géopolitique, le débat
Climat et enjeux stratégiques

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 50:00


Il y a quinze ans, le prix Nobel de la Paix était conjointement décerné au Groupe d'Experts Intergouvernemental sur l'Évolution du Climat (GIEC) et à Al Gore, ancien vice-président des États-Unis, pour leur engagement dans la lutte contre les changements climatiques. Parce qu'il amplifie les risques et les menaces, le changement climatique - c'est déjà une réalité - affecte la paix et la sécurité internationales, un peu partout dans le monde et particulièrement dans certaines régions, Proche et Moyen-Orient, bande sahélo-saharienne, Asie du Sud… pour n'en nommer que quelques-unes. Quel est aujourd'hui le panorama des risques stratégiques et opérationnels associés au dérèglement climatique ? Quels sont les enjeux et défis pour y faire face ?  Invités :  Julia Tasse, chercheuse à l'IRIS et responsable du programme de recherche Climat, énergie et sécurité Nicolas Regaud, conseiller climat du Major général des armées (MGA) et directeur du groupe de travail qui a élaboré la Stratégie Climat et Défense du ministère des Armées. Ancien chercheur à l'IRSEM et codirecteur avec Bastien Alex de La Guerre Chaude aux Presses de Sciences Po  Bastien Alex, responsable du programme Climat-Énergie au World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) France et chercheur associé à l'IRIS.  (Rediffusion)

Free Thoughts
The Evolution of Everything: How New Ideas Emerge (with Matt Ridley) (Rerun)

Free Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 41:45 Very Popular


We're taking a break from new episodes for a couple of weeks, but in the meantime, enjoy this treasure from the Free Thoughts vault where Matt Ridley joins us t to discuss his book, The Evolution of Everything: How New Ideas Emerge (2015). In it, he theorizes that much of the order we see in the natural world and in human culture and society is the result of unplanned, bottom‐up, emergent evolution. Is there a way to introduce these evolutionary pressures to government? Is there a bias to thinking that the world operates by design, from the top down? Does this bias have an origin in our evolutionary psychology? Is it reflected in how we view history?Ridley's newest book, The Evolution of Everything: How New Ideas Emerge (2015).Ridley's bestselling book is an optimistic look at progress and economic history: The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves (2011).Also from Matt Ridley, The Origins of Virtue: Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation (1998). Libertarianism.org has a video from 1983 of professor and Nobel laureate Friedrich Hayek talking about cultural evolution and the origins of tradition in society.Ridley mentions the ideas and management practices of Mike Bracken, the UK government's former digital chief. Here's an extended interview with Bracken about his ideas for government and why he chose to leave. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

La Ventana
Carta-grafías | Amor, guerra y el "escándalo" del Nobel: las cartas de Marie Curie

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 25:19


En esta nueva entrega de #Cartagrafías, Laura Piñero nos habla de la apasionante correspondencia de la científica con su marido Pierre, sus hijas y personalidades como Albert Einstein. 

SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay
#120 Community: How & Why to Create It | Jon Levy

SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 53:41


Anyone familiar with my work knows I care a lot about friendship and relationships. As it turns out, one of the biggest predictors of our health is the quality of our relationships and our sense of community. Sadly, for many of us, our sense of community is on the low end these days. Historically, we tended to grow up in a community, years later, settle down in that community, and then had generations of our offspring in that same community. These days, many of us are living far away from where we grew up, and it's not uncommon to have moved several times in between. All of that movement paired with the busyness of modern life can place a strain on relationships and community. Since community is so important to our happiness and overall health, how can we create it? Fortunately, I know just the guy to ask! Jon Levy (https://www.jonlevytlb.com/) is a behavioral scientist specializing in human connection, trust, and influence. He is the author of the New York Times Best Seller You're Invited: The Art & Science of Connection, Trust and Belonging. It is a book I enjoyed so much, I listened to it twice. He's also the founder of Influencers, the secret dining experience and private community of over 2,500 industry leaders including Nobel laureates, Olympians, celebrities, executives, royalty, and more. As you will hear, I loved geeking out with Jon about community, why it's important, and how to create it. We also hit on various scientific studies that impact how we live, and life hacks to increase the likelihood of living better. So, listen in as Jon and I talk about creating communities to improve the quality and possibly the length of our lives. Book link: https://tinyurl.com/yndeh3uv

SBS Kurdish - SBS Kurdî
“Life in refugee camps is unbearable” - "Jiyana li kampên penaberan tehemûl nabe"

SBS Kurdish - SBS Kurdî

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 11:41


Professor Jan Ilhan Kizilhan is a psychologist who specialises in treating victims of sexual violence in times of war such as Yazidis. He runs a project in Dohuk in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq where he trains psychologists to support survivors. In 2015, he helped 1,100 Yazidis, including Nobel laureate Nadia Murad, move to Germany for psychological assistance. Professor Kizilhan says that survivors of the Yazidi genocide, especially women, need huge assistance mentally and psychologically. - Profesor Jan Ilhan Kizilhan pisporê derûnî û dermankirina mexdûrên ku tundûtujiya zayendî ya di dema şer de li wan bûye de ye. Herweha karmendên Neteweyên Yekbûyî di warê derûniyê de perwerde dike. Ew projeyekê li Dihokê li Herêma Kurdistana dimeşîne û tê de psîkolojan fêr dike ji bo piştgiriya rizgarbûyên ji destê DAIŞ bike. Di sala 2015 de, wî alîkariya 1,100 êzîdiyan kir, ku di nav wan de xwediya xelata Nobelê Nadia Murad bû, ji bo alîkariya derûnî biçin Almanyayê. Profesor Kizilhan dibêje, kesên ku ji jenosîda Êzidiyan rizgar bûne, bi taybetî jin ji aliyê derûnî ve pêwîstiya wan bi gelek alîkariyan heye. Ger hûn yan kesekî ku hûn nas dikin piştgirî yan agahdarî li ser depresiyon û rewşa derûnî, telefone Beyond Blue 24/7 li ser 1300 22 4636 yan Lifeline li ser 13 11 14 bikin.

Raye's Reading Room
Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

Raye's Reading Room

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 39:07


Klara and the Sun is the latest novel by Nobel prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro. I have to be honest, I am not sure what I should classify it as, but the inclusion of artificial intelligence tells me it needs to at least be considered science-fiction. So, this week I am taking a look at a contemporary science fiction novel about an Artificial Friend searching for the true definition and meaning of love.

Littérature sans frontières
Une terre, une auteure: en RDC avec Tatiana Mukanire Bandalire

Littérature sans frontières

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 29:00


Coordinatrice nationale du Mouvement national des survivantes des violences sexuelles en République démocratique du Congo, Tatiana Mukanire Bandalire livre, dans «Au-delà de nos larmes», préfacé par le Docteur Denis Mukwege, prix Nobel de la Paix, un récit de témoignage et de combat dans lequel transparaissent une détermination et un courage impressionnants. (Rediffusion) 1996, dans un contexte géopolitique électrique et complexe où les minerais précieux attirent des convoitises de toutes parts, c'est le chaos qui s'installe davantage au Zaïre de l'époque. Financées en Occident, des milices rebelles étrangères se forment un peu partout dans la région en même temps que des armées de pays voisins, téléguidées, pénètrent dans le pays, bien décidées à contrôler la zone et à organiser le trafic des minerais précieux, générant des profits gigantesques. Une première guerre éclate dans les hauts plateaux de l'Est du pays, voisin du Rwanda. La population bascule brutalement dans l'horreur, un cauchemar incessant, fait de conflits armés successifs qui ne prendront plus jamais fin, et dont l'objectif semble être l'éradication de la population. Les habitants, dans leurs villages et sur les routes, subissent frontalement le choc de violences de toutes sortes perpétrées par des rebelles, insurgés de l'armée, militaires, policiers, voleurs…, hommes ivres du pouvoir et de la puissance que leur donnent les armes, et surtout cette arme redoutable et transgénérationnelle que l'on ne connaissait pas dans la région, le viol utilisé comme arme de guerre au pouvoir de destruction ravageur, aggravé pour de nombreuses victimes par une obligation au silence. Mais Tatiana Mukanire a décidé de parler, en son propre nom et au nom d'autres femmes victimes. (Présentation des éditions des Femmes) « Nous avons en nous cette envie de vivre. Nous l'avons prouvé en nous battant pour notre survie, en nous accrochant à la vie. Nous avons été esclaves sexuelles, nous avons été enterrées vivantes quand nous ne pouvions plus satisfaire les besoins de nos ravisseurs. Nous avons été ligotées à un arbre au fond de la forêt. Nous avons été violées presque chaque heure. Nous avons perdu connaissance. Plusieurs fois, nous nous sommes crues mortes, mais au fond de nous subsistait l'espoir de respirer à nouveau et de revivre. » T. M. B.

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Abused by 20 Masked Thugs, Dragged Half Naked & Beaten: Lisa Temple Update

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 38:09


Lisa Temple returns to the program to give us a needed update on her case. Her remarkable story paints the very real picture of what activists who get close to the human trafficking networks encounter. Even though she has been a victim of abuse and terror, she wants everyone to know she is a survivor and will never back down. Her message to everyone: if she can stand up to the thugs, you can too.     Now until August 7, 2022 get your Fulvic Minerals+ for only $5 @ https://grow.thegoodinside.com/ftmz60-trial-offer-892649/ Please consider donating: Fight for Freedom of Speech, learn more & donate @ givesendgo.com/DefendingFreeSpeech Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on BrandNewTube | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social   Lisa Temple Biography Lisa Temple's main area of expertise is in Family Law Disputes. She specializes in high conflict disputes and is available for International Divorce arbitrations with complex multi jurisdictional assets. "My goal is to empower people within the arbitration process and agreement to take a proactive role in resolving issues of dispute by offering creative solutions, thus avoiding lengthy and costly legal disputes which are destructive to all individuals involved. My goal is that the parties walk away their dignity, their values and their finances in tact." Areas of expertise: • Defender of Free will. • Experience in Business, Training, Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Set up and Blue Chip Companies. Qualified and practicing Arbitrator and Grandmaster of Yoga and Meditation. • Specialised training and development of courses for Corporate, Aviation, Military, and Police. Worked closely with Law enforcement specialising in weapons tactics, counter-terrorism, execution of high-risk missions, crises negotiations hostage rescue and close protection. • Experience with Pilots and ex-fighter pilots, transitioning from military to commercial aviation environments and developing programs for dealing with the specific stressors of their work and lifestyle management. •. Special interest in working with ex-pat families in supporting and assisting them to cope with various challenges families face when dealing with relocation and relationship management or breakdown and multi jurisdictional divorce • Trained and certified over 60 professionals from legal, medical, aviation, sport and Education in Ethics, Yoga, and Meditation • Interests and qualifications in Yoga, ADR and Languages and Ethics. • Certified in Yoga and Wellbeing under Dr. Deepak Chopra and Swami Vidyanand a renowned yoga master and the founder of Transformational Yoga and The Yoga Alliance International. • Ambassador for the Yoga Alliance Int and Meditation Alliance Int. • Awarded Grandmaster in Hatha Yoga and Meditation by Swami Vidyanand personally in 2014 • As an Arbitrator, I am committed to developing and working with a team and finding new ways of ensure individuals and companies avoid future potential litigation at contract development state, resolving disputes assisting people especially Divorce and separation internationally in avoiding lengthy costly, avoidable and traumatic legal battles.    

Invité Afrique
Attaques rwandaises en RDC: «Les Nations unies ont reconnu ce que nous disons depuis des années»

Invité Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 5:38


Dans l'est du Congo-Kinshasa, l'ONU confirme que, depuis dix mois, l'armée rwandaise lance des attaques, certaines fois directement, d'autres fois aux côtés des rebelles du M23. Réaction d'une figure de la société civile congolaise, le professeur de sciences politiques Alphonse Maindo qui enseigne à l'université de Kisangani et à l'université Paris 1. C'est aussi un défenseur des droits de l'homme qui a failli être arrêté, il y a deux mois, par les autorités militaires de Kisangani. De passage à Paris, il répond aux questions de RFI. Quelle est votre réaction à ce rapport des Nations unies sur le M23 ? Je suis tout à fait satisfait du fait que finalement, les Nations unies ont reconnu ce que nous avons toujours dit depuis de longues années. Avec d'autres collègues, avec le professeur Denis Mukwege, on a toujours dit qu'il y a une présence de forces armées rwandaises en RDC. Mais là, on est content que finalement, on soit entendus, et à mon avis, le fait qu'il y ait eu autant de mobilisation contre la Monusco ces derniers temps ne peut pas être étranger à ce que ce rapport soit publié en ce moment. Maintenant, c'est à nous, Congolais, de pouvoir nous saisir de ce rapport et de tirer toutes les conséquences, parce que le gouvernement congolais ne semble pas comprendre les enjeux qu'il y a derrière ça et continue à traiter avec un pays qui nous agresse et qui tue nos frères et nos sœurs, qui pille nos ressources. Il y a des mesures simples à prendre : entre autres fermer les frontières, renvoyer l'ambassadeur du Rwanda, et je rappelle que l'économie rwandaise dépend presque à 50% des ressources du Congo, donc si nous coupons toute coopération économique, ou bien commerciale avec le Rwanda, eh bien, il est fort à parier que ce pays sera asphyxié et on va faire la paix. Vous parlez de la Monusco, c'est justement grâce à des vidéos de drones fournies par la Monusco que l'ONU a pu prouver la présence de troupes rwandaises, notamment lors de la chute de la ville congolaise de Bunagana. Est-ce que cette information peut rendre l'opinion publique congolaise un peu moins hostile à l'égard des Casques bleus de la Monusco ? Je pense que ça peut contribuer, même si ça ne peut pas rendre vraiment moins hostile, mais au moins ça peut contribuer à améliorer l'image que l'on a de la Monusco, que la Monusco ne fait pas que se tourner les pouces et qu'elle fait aussi son travail, pas seulement un travail de combat, mais aussi un travail d'observation, de renseignements utiles pour permettre aux uns et aux autres de savoir ce qui se passe. À la suite des affrontements entre manifestants et Casques bleus qui ont fait 36 morts ces dernières semaines dans l'est de votre pays, le gouvernement veut accélérer le retrait de la Monusco du Congo, un retrait qui devait s'échelonner initialement jusqu'en 2024. Qu'en pensez-vous ? Je pense que c'est une grosse erreur stratégique de la part de notre gouvernement de vouloir accélérer le départ de la Monusco, parce que ce départ va créer un vide immense, parce qu'en face on n'a pas des forces armées en capacité de faire face aux menaces que nous avons là, ce départ va nous créer des troubles encore plus graves. Et je rappelle que nous avons déjà connu une situation similaire dans la région au Rwanda en 1994 lorsque la Minuar (Mission des Nations unies au Rwanda) avait été contrainte de partir dans la précipitation et l'on connait la suite, l'horreur absolue, le génocide rwandais. Et je sais que pour des raisons tout à fait politiques, le régime en place voudrait ne plus avoir de témoin gênant, comme l'est la Monusco, pour pouvoir organiser un chaos pour les élections, pour tricher massivement, sans qu'il y ait quelqu'un pour témoigner de ce qui se passera. Donc j'en appelle à la conscience de nos dirigeants, et à la mobilisation de notre peuple pour qu'il n'y ait pas de vide, pour éviter que le départ de la Monusco puisse se faire dans le désordre, dans la précipitation. Il y a deux mois, vous avez été victime d'une tentative d'arrestation par les militaires à votre domicile de Kisangani, mais après la mobilisation de vos collègues enseignants et de vos étudiants, les militaires y ont renoncé. Pourquoi êtes-vous dans leur viseur ? Alors en réalité, je ne suis pas seulement dans le viseur des militaires, je suis dans le viseur du régime en place, parce que je suis militant des droits humains, donc nous sommes en train de dénoncer les crimes qui sont restés impunis depuis de longues années et il se fait que parmi les gens qui sont aujourd'hui aux affaires, il y a un certain nombre de gens qui sont présumés auteurs ou qui sont vraiment cités dans différents rapports, comme le rapport Mapping, comme étant les auteurs de ces crimes les plus graves. Et ce n'est pas un hasard que cette tentative d'arrestation se soit passée le 10 juin qui était donc la date anniversaire de la fin de la Guerre des six jours qui avait opposé, au plus fort de la guerre en juin 2000, les Rwandais et les Ougandais à Kisangani, entrainant plus de 1000 morts, et j'ai fait une conférence à l'amphithéâtre de Kisangani, le 6 juin dernier, pour dénoncer cette situation, j'ai dit qu'il y avait encore des gens qui étaient dans l'impunité et qui narguaient leurs victimes, puisqu'il y en a qui sont encore aux affaires, y compris dans la ville de Kisangani. Ainsi, il se trouve qu'on a là un des officiers qui a participé à ces opérations en 2000 qui est commandant de la 31eme région militaire, donc on comprend bien que ce type de discours ne puisse pas leur faire plaisir. Alors suite au massacre des années 1996-2003 dans votre pays, vous réclamez, comme le Docteur Mukwege, le prix Nobel de la Paix, la création d'un tribunal pénal international sur le Congo, mais est-ce que vous ne criez pas dans le désert ? Bah non, parce que, quelle que soit la longueur de la nuit, le jour finit toujours par se lever. Et je rappelle par exemple que le génocide arménien a pris un siècle avant d'être reconnu et donc nous, pour le Congo, nous ne sommes pas encore à un siècle, nous sommes simplement à un quart de siècle. Nous n'allons pas nous lasser et donc c'est pour ça que je pense qu'il faut qu'on puisse avoir quelqu'un qui croit en ce combat, et cet homme, c'est le prix Nobel de la Paix, Denis Mukwege, qui est pressenti pour être candidat aux élections de 2023, nous pensons qu'il faut que cet homme-là puisse prendre les devants avec des réformes profondes de notre gouvernance, de notre système de sécurité pour que le pays joue ce rôle majeur qu'il doit jouer en Afrique centrale, être la locomotive qui permettrait le développement du continent.

O Assunto
BR-319, nova fronteira da devastação

O Assunto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 23:38


Nem metade da rodovia concebida na ditadura militar para ligar os 885 km entre Manaus (AM) e Porto Velho (RO) saiu do papel. E o que saiu está em péssimas condições, oferecendo todo tipo de perigo aos motoristas. Apesar do custo bilionário, é o único projeto desse porte “que jamais teve estudo de viabilidade econômica”, observa o norte-americano Philip Fearnside, biólogo do Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia. Abandonado por décadas devido a sua inviabilidade, ele recebeu apoio de Jair Bolsonaro desde o início do mandato, e agora o Ibama emitiu licença prévia para a pavimentação dos 400 km centrais do trajeto, que atravessam ou margeiam terras indígenas e áreas de conservação. Na conversa com Renata Lo Prete, Fearnside alerta para o efeito “catastrófico” que a obra terá sobre um dos últimos grandes maciços verdes da floresta. A simples perspectiva de sua realização fez disparar a grilagem de terras públicas e o desmatamento no entorno, além de estimular o surgimento de estradas secundárias ilegais, em processo conhecido como “espinha de peixe”. O pesquisador, integrante do time que recebeu o Nobel da Paz por estudos feitos com o Painel sobre Mudanças Climáticas da ONU, lembra ainda que está “tudo conectado”, ou seja, as consequências são para o Brasil inteiro e para o mundo.

Vlan!
[BEST-OF] Comment prendre de meilleures décisions? Avec Olivier Sibony

Vlan!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 55:29


Comme chaque été, je fais une sélection des meilleurs épisodes de la saison pour vous proposer de découvrir ou de redécouvrir des épisodes exceptionnels. Olivier Sibony est professeur de stratégie à HEC, auteur de nombreux ouvrages et dernièrement de “Noise” (sortie en français cette semaine) qu'il a co-écrit avec le prix Nobel d'économie Daniel Kahneman, psychologue et Cass Rustein, sans doute l'un des juristes les plus connus des Etats-Unis. Il fallait bien ces 3 personnes, ces 3 disciplines pour couvrir un sujet aussi complexe que celui de la prise de décisions car nous sommes toutes la journée confrontés à prendre des décisions ou à l'inverse soumis à la décision d'autrui. Nous avons tous en tête les biais cognitifs bien sur, même si nous les conscientisons pas vraiment. Mais avez vous déjà réfléchi à l'impact du bruit dans vos décisions et celles des autres? Le bruit, c'est un élément qui peut être intérieur ou extérieur mais qui est souvent accidentel et qui impacte, de manière beaucoup plus importante qu'on ne pourrait le penser, les décisions. Comme l'indique le synopsis du livre, imaginez par exemple 2 médecins dans une même ville qui donne des diagnostics différents à des patients identiques. Bien sur, des biais peuvent être en jeux mais aussi une équipe de foot qui perd, une chaleur inhabituelle, une faim qui tiraille le ventre…tous ces éléments ont des impacts importants et sont des variables dans des jugements qui devraient être similaires. Mais alors qu'elle place pour l'intuition? Est-ce vrai pour tous les types de décisions? Heureusement, il existe des manières d'éviter ces biais et ce bruit et Olivier nous raconte comment nous nous trompons mais aussi comment prendre de meilleures décisions.

Penguin Audio
Audiolibro: "A orillas del mar", de Abdulrazak Gurnah

Penguin Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:40


Esta es una muestra de "A orillas del mar". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 11 h 37 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/aorillasdelmar_audiolibroNarrado por: Rafael King / Javier ViñasHuyendo de la mítica isla de Zanzíbar, tierra de mercaderes de perfumes y especias acunada por los monzones, Saleh Omar, un comerciante de 65 años, llega al aeropuerto de Gatwick con una caja de caoba llena de incienso y un pasaporte falso. Para comunicarse con él, los servicios sociales recurren a Latif Mahmud, un poeta experto en suajili, profesor y exiliado voluntario que vive apaciblemente en un apartamento de Londres. Cuando los dos hombres se encuentran en una pequeña ciudad junto al mar, una larga historia de amores y traiciones, seducciones y decepción, azarosos desplazamientos y litigios iniciada mucho tiempo atrás empieza a desenmarañarse. La crítica ha dicho...«El modo en que Abdulrazak Gurnah plantea la amistad como una forma de pertenencia es profundo y emocionante. [...] Estamos ante uno de esos autores que poseen un enorme instinto narrativo y apuntalan sus ideas encarnándolas en personajes y poniéndolas en acción. El modo en que en esta novela la historia del silencioso protagonista se multiplica en muchas otras historias pone de manifiesto una de las singularidades del último Nobel: su mundo literario surge del choque entre África y Europa, pero retiene cierto brillo seductor del mundo árabe y persa.»El Correo «Nos encontramos aquí con un viejo comerciante que escapa de la isla de Zanzíbar, con pasaporte falso. Así las cosas, contactará con alguien de los servicios sociales, un poeta experto en suajili, en una pequeña ciudad junto al mar, lo que destapa una historia de amores y traiciones, desplazamientos y litigios originada mucho tiempo atrás. Una novela que, tras su argumento, contiene graves observaciones sobre el racismo, el imperialismo y el desconocimiento generalizado de la realidad africana.»La Vanguardia «Rara es la ocasión en que abres un libro y descubres que encierra los fascinantes rasgos de una historia de amor. [...] Y mientras lees, apenas te atreves a respirar por miedo a romper el hechizo.»The Times «Un manifiesto poético contra la tiranía del lenguaje cuando se utiliza como una herramienta de los estados.»The Observer «Una novela absorbente, llena de atinadas observaciones sobre el racismo, el imperialismo y el desconocimiento de las realidades africanas.»The New York Times© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Gurnah #AbdulrazakGurnah See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Dan Bongino Show
The Great Reset Is Really Not Going Well (Ep 1822)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 50:17 Very Popular


In this episode, I address the exploding crisis in China and I ask a critical question about Pelosi's Taiwan trip. Also, I show video and audio of people fighting back against the “great reset.”  News Picks: Beyoncé Caves to Woke Mob, Removes Word 'Spazz' After Accusations of 'Ableism.' Emerging crime capitals of America: These cities have the highest murders per capita. Houston Gun Buyback Didn't Go According to Democrats' Plans. Nobel economists were dead wrong on inflation: Don't expect an apology. Biden Admin Now Redefining Meaning of "Low Gas Prices.” Laughable democrat hypocrisy about tax hikes. Nancy Pelosi is looking for a prosecutor? For what?  Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Alpha Male Buddhist From Brooklyn Podcast
EP 186- The Teachings of Buddha - the Dhammapada- the 4 Nobel truths - the 8 fold path to immortality

Alpha Male Buddhist From Brooklyn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 64:15


EP 186- The Teachings of Buddha - the Dhammapada- the 4 Nobel truths - the 8 fold path to immortality

The Human Risk Podcast
Professor Viswanathan Raghunathan on being Irrationally Rational

The Human Risk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 56:47


How did Behavioural Economics — or as I prefer to call it, Behavioural Science — evolve as a field? On this episode, I'm exploring that question with Professor Viswanathan Raghunathan, an academic who was previously the chairman of a large private bank.Raghu,as he likes to be known. is the author of a new book called ‘Irrationally Rational: Ten Nobel Laureates script the story of Behavioural Economics' which (unsurprisingly!) looks at the development of Behavioural Economics,through the work of ten Nobel laureates.In an engaging narrative Raghu explores what each of them brought to the field and how their work is relevant in the modern world. In our discussion we explore:- Raghu's interest in Behavioural Economics- How he came to write the book- The rationale for choosing the lens of Nobel laureates to review the field- How he went about selecting stories and anecdotes that would make the work of the Laureates relevant to a 2022 audience- The growth of Behavioural Science in India and what we can learn from that- The challenges of implementing BeSci in India- His plans for the futureTo find out more about Raghu visit his website: http://www.vraghunathan.com/To order the book..
In the UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Irrationally-Rational-Laureates-Behavioural-Economics/dp/0143458167/In the US: https://www.amazon.com/Irrationally-Rational-Laureates-Behavioural-Economics-ebook/dp/B09X78MC2RIn India: https://www.amazon.in/Irrationally-Rational-Laureates-Behavioural-Economics-ebook/dp/B09X78MC2RIn Canada: https://www.amazon.ca/Irrationally-Rational-Laureates-Behavioural-Economics/dp/0143458167/ref=sr_1_1?crid=IML86ONWEUHT&keywords=9780143458166&qid=1658726318&sprefix=9780143458166%2Caps%2C545&sr=8-1To learn more about Human Risk visit www.human-risk.comFor more on the Diversifi Behavioural Science network of which Human Risk is a founder member: https://www.diversifiglobal.com/

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
U.N. & WEF agreed to accelerate Agenda 21 – What Does that Mean to You w/ Alex Newman

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 50:11


Alex Newman rejoins the show to discuss Agenda 21 and all its rebranded names. He explains what the U.N. and the World Economic Forum are really about and how it ties into the Great Reset, COVID, wars, the Green New Deal and other encompassing agendas. His extensive knowledge on the U.N. and the World Economic Forum gives you insight you will not hear from others. You can follow Alex Newman @ https://libertysentinel.org/       Now until August 7, 2022 get your Fulvic Minerals+ for only $5 @ https://grow.thegoodinside.com/ftmz60-trial-offer-892649/ Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave Solutions to keep from getting sick and to reverse mRNA damage - Dr. Joe Nieusma MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio       See video on Bastyon | Bitchute | Rumble | Odysee | Freedom.Social | SarahWestall.tv Note: Video will be available on all platforms soon Alex Newman Biography Alex Newman is an award-winning international journalist with a global reputation for hard-hitting reporting & the founder of Liberty Sentinel. In addition to serving as president of Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc, he has written for a wide array of publications in the United States and abroad. He currently serves as a contributor to the Epoch Times, a correspondent for the Law Enforcement Intelligence Brief, foreign correspondent for The New American magazine,  a writer for WND (World Net Daily), an education writer for FreedomProject Media, a columnist for the Illinois Family Institute, and much more. He has also written for numerous newspapers and magazines such as the Gainesville Sun, Liberty magazine, The Diplomat magazine, Crisis magazine, Swiss News magazine, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sunshine State News, Campus Reform, Alachua County Today, and many more. Over his career as a journalist, Alex has interviewed current and former heads of state, members of Congress, royalty, and countless other fascinating people. His work has been repeatedly highlighted by Drudge, Breitbart, Fox News, and many other outlets. And his writing has been published in major newspapers across America. In addition, Alex has authored and co-authored several books. One of his major works was an exposé of government schools with internationally renowned Dr. Samuel Blumenfeld called Crimes of the Educators published by WND Books. It was endorsed by conservative leaders ranging from Phyllis Schlafly to Ron Paul. See much more on Alex Newman @ https://libertysentinel.org/bio  

Carrefour des Amériques
Cuba, la musique et le monde > Un Prix Nobel en exil à La Havane : Juan Ramon Jiménez

Carrefour des Amériques

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 58:24


durée : 00:58:24 - Un Prix Nobel de littérature en exil à La Havane - par : Marcel Quillévéré - Dès 1936 les exilés espagnols arrivent à Cuba. Le 12 février l'actrice María Xirgu est en représentation à La Havane puis elle continue vers l'Argentine où elle résidera toute sa vie.

The BreakPoint Podcast
Which Theory of Evolution? Toppling the Idol of “Settled Science”

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 4:51


In 1973, evolutionary biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky wrote that “nothing in biology makes sense except in light of evolution.” Almost 50 years later, an increasing number of scientists are asking whether evolution makes any sense in light of what we now know from biology.  A recent long-form essay in The Guardian signals just how urgent the problem has become for the most dominant theory in the history of the sciences. In it, author Stephen Buranyi, gives voice to a growing number of scientists who think it's time for a “new theory of evolution.”   For a long time, descent with slight modifications and natural selection have been “the basic” (and I'd add, unchallengeable) “story of evolution.” Organisms change, and those that survive pass on traits. Though massaged a bit to incorporate the discovery of DNA, the theory of evolution by natural selection has dominated for 150 years, especially in biology. The “drive to survive” is credited as the creative force behind all the artistry and engineering we see in nature.   “The problem,” writes Buranyi, is that “according to a growing number of scientists,” this basic story is “absurdly crude and misleading.” For one thing, Darwinian evolution assumes much of what it needs to explain. For instance, consider the origin of light-sensitive cells that rearranged to become the first eye, or the blood vessels that became the first placenta. How did these things originate? According to one University of Indiana biologist, “we still do not have a good answer. The classic idea of gradual change, one happy accident at a time,” he says, “has so far fallen flat.”  This scientific doubt about Darwin has been simmering for a while. In 2014, an article in the journal Nature, jointly authored by eight scientists from diverse fields, argued that evolutionary theory was in need of a serious rethink. They called their proposed rethink the “Extended Evolutionary Synthesis,” and a year later, the Royal Society in London held a conference to discuss it.   Along with Darwinian blind spots like the origin of the eye, the Extended Synthesis seeks to deal with the discovery of epigenetics, an emerging field that studies the inherited traits not mediated by DNA. Then there are the rapid mutations that evade natural selection, a fossil record that appears to move in “short concentrated bursts” (or “explosions”), and something called “plasticity,” which is the ability we now know living things have to adapt physically to their environments in a single generation without genetically evolving.  All of these discoveries—some recent, others long ignored by mainstream biology—challenge natural selection as the “grand theory” of life. All of them hint that living things are greater marvels and mysteries than we ever imagined. And, unsurprisingly, all of these discoveries have been controversial.  The Guardian article described how Royal Society scientists and Nobel laureates alike boycotted the conference, attacking the extended synthesis as “irritating” and “disgraceful,” and its proponents as “revolutionaries.”  As Gerd Müller, head of the department of theoretical biology at the University of Vienna helpfully explained, “Parts of the modern synthesis are deeply ingrained in the whole scientific community, in funding networks, positions, professorships. It's a whole industry.”  Such resistance isn't too surprising for anyone who's been paying attention. Any challenges to the established theory of life's origins, whether from Bible-believing scientists or intelligent design theorists, have long been dismissed as religion in a lab coat.  The habit of fixing upon a dogma and calling it “settled science” is just bad science that stunts our understanding of the world. It is a kind of idolatry that places “science” in the seat of God, appoints certain scientists as priests capable of giving answers no fallible human can offer, and feigns certainty where real questions remain. The great irony is that this image of scientist-as-infallible-priest makes them seem like the caricature of medieval monks charging their hero Galileo with heresy for his dissent from the consensus.  As challenges to Darwin mount, we should be able to articulate why “settled science” makes such a poor god. And we should encourage the science and the scientists challenging this old theory-turned-dogma, and holding it to its own standards. After all, if Darwinian evolution is as unfit as it now seems, it shouldn't survive.  

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Vatican Bank China 3/4 Trillion Funding Deal, Modern Organ Harvesting & more w/ Kevin Annett

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 56:37 Very Popular


Kevin Annett rejoins the program to discuss the Pope's visit to Canada and the new Vatican Bank China deal to fund China's economic take over of North America. We also discuss the horrific new organ trafficking facilities in Canada and the methods they use to harvest organs. We discuss many other topics including what it takes to develop courage to defeat the new world order agenda. Learn more about Kevin Annett at https://MurderByDecree.com   Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: GOVVI.com/go/helpmesave Protect your family and your assets with Silver & Gold - Contact info@milesfranklin.com, tell them "Sarah sent you" and receive excellent service and the lowest prices in the country, guaranteed! Solutions to keep from getting sick and to reverse mRNA damage - Dr. Joe Nieusma MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See video on Bastyon | Bitchute | Rumble | Odysee | Freedom.Social | SarahWestall.tv     Kevin Annett Biography Kevin Annett is a renowned global human rights campaigner, author and whistle blower who has led the movement to expose and prosecute child murder by church and state, in Canada and Europe. Kevin is the co-founder of The International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (www.itccs.org). He has been nominated three times (2013, 2014, 2015) for the Nobel Peace Prize. Do background reading into Kevin Annett and his decades long struggle to abolish genocide, child murder and tyranny at MurderByDecree.com and RepublicOfKanata.ca Listen to his weekly blog show on bbsradio.com/herewestand every Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern, 11 pm GMT    

Nuus
Die Statebondspele begin vandag, Namibië is ook daar

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 0:16


Prins Charles het die Spele in die Alexander-stadion in Birmingham amptelik geopen. Die openingseremonie het die vele kulture van Birmingham en die Statebondspele gevier. Meer as 5 000 atlete wat 72 nasies en gebiede verteenwoordig sal aan 280 medalje-items deelneem by die Spele wat tot 8 Augustus duur. Die ontvanger van die Nobel-vredesprys, Malala Yousafzai, het 'n verskyning by die openingsgeleentheid gemaak waar sy gepraat het oor kinders, veral meisies, se toegang tot onderwys:

David Feldman Show
It's A Recession, Episode 1356

David Feldman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 367:27


David explains how economists will say anything if you pay them enough. Joe Manchin signs on to the climate bill, what's in it, and why did Manchin give in?  Trump is promising martial law. Manufacturers of AR-15s were brought before Congress on Wednesday. David takes a close look at how those hearings revealed the ways assault weapons are marketed to white nationalists and far Right members of The Proud Boys, The Oath Keepers and The Boogaloo Boys. Also, we continue to examine the right wing's growing "insurrectionary theory” of the Second Amendment, and the false belief that our Founding Fathers believed citizens needed guns to check an "overly intrusive" government. We look at the midterms, and ask if things might be looking better at least politically for Biden and the Democrats. Guests with Time Stamps: 00:01:50 Conservative Party televised debate cut short when moderator collapses 00:04:49 Should Democratic candidates distance themselves from Biden? 00:10:47 What do the Democrats have to run on for the Midterms? 00:14:28 Shocker: Manchin gets on board Biden's Climate Bill 00:16:16 Biden insists you can't be pro cop and pro insurrection 00:18:38 Trump falsely claims he's "pro cop" 00:20:23 Trump promises martial law 00:23:59 Congress forces manufacturers of AR-15s to testify 00:28:16 Congresswoman AOC takes on the CEO of Sturm Ruger 00:38:27 Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins warns of a blood bath if the FBI and the ATF comes for the assault weapons 00:51:32 Democratic Congressman Gerald Connolly accuses GOP of threatening violence 00:54:43 Republicans insist the Second Amendment is for Insurrection   01:03:16 Biden administration says it's not a recession 01:10:48 David wants a Nobel prize in Economics 01:15:05 New documents reveal Uber hired economists to lie about Uber's impact on the economy 01:18:36 Academy Award Winning Movie "Inside Job" exposes academics for hire 01:20:21 Professor Frederic Mishkin, Columbia Business School, is a fraud 01:25:42 Glenn Hubbard, recently retired Dean of Columbia Business School, is a fraud 01:34:32 Professor Ben Burgis talks about his latest article in Current Affairs: "How Leftists Should Debate in Mainstream Spaces," and his forthcoming article in Jacobin: "Peter Thiel Wants You To Think He's An Evil Genius. He's Just A Rich Guy." 02:03:31 President Donald Trump, AKA Robert Smigel, tells us how he invented Rap 02:06:50 Dr. Philip Herschenfeld is a Freudian psychoanalyst.  Ethan Herschenfeld is a comedian and actor, and his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube. Buy Ethan's new book "Today Is Now." 02:36:22 Emil Guillermo is host of the PETA Podcast, and a columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund. 03:09:37 The Rev. Barry W. Lynn does a deeper dive into January 6 and other legal problems for Trump and the extreme Republican agenda on social issues. 04:09:00 "I'm On My Way" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 04:14:49 The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Mary Anne Cummings, Ann Li, and Jonathan Bick PLUS ASMR for your eyeballs with Joe in Norway in the kitchen. 05:06:09 Professor Harvey J Kaye is the author of countless books, including “Take Hold of Our History”, “FDR on Democracy”, “Fight for the Four Freedoms”, and “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”.   Alan Minsky is executive director of Progressive Democrats of America. He is a lifelong activist, who has worked as a progressive journalist for the past two decades. 05:59:17 "USA of Distraction" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel We livestream here on YouTube every Monday and Thursday starting at 5:00 PM Eastern and go until 11:00 PM. Please join us!  Take us wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/how-to-listen/ And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=PDTFTUJCCV3EW More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Get Social With David: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239

Fottuti geni
Ep. 35 | Richard Feynman

Fottuti geni

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 41:42


In questo episodio andiamo alla scoperta della vita straordinaria di un grande fisico e divulgatore scientifico. Entrò giovanissimo a far parte di un progetto che cambiò le sorti della Seconda Guerra Mondiale, fu un premio Nobel, ma anche un orgoglioso suonatore di bonghi. Stiamo parlando dell'eclettico e scanzonato Richard Feynman.

California Haunts Radio
Hidden Messages in Reverse Speech with David John Oates

California Haunts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 107:52


David John Oates is the founder and developer of Reverse Speech technologies.At the age of 20, despite having a severe speech stutter, he secured a job as a representative for life insurance, a career he excelled in, and also obtained his amateur radio license, a hobby that also required the ability to speak clearly. Additionally, he became a part time youth pastor working with street kids.By his mid 20's, David had left insurance and devoted his full time attention to his youth work. It was while running a halfway house for street kids in 1984 that he first heard about backward messages in rock and roll, and a new hobby was born – playing tapes backwards. He rapidly became obsessed with this new hobby and by 1987, he had developed his theory of Reverse Speech.Since that time, David has had an active career now spanning 32 years, furthering the field of Reverse Speech as his full time occupation. He has developed new theories, and designed therapeutic and training techniques. He has published several books on Reverse Speech, including “Beyond Backward Masking”, “Voices From The Unconscious” and “Its Only A Metaphor”, and numerous tapes and training manuals. Overcoming his speech stutter, he has lectured around the world to crowds of thousands, and trained hundreds of students.He has also instigated some of the first mainstream studies and presented Reverse Speech on 1000s of radio shows, including his own show, “The David John Oates Reverse Speech Show” that ran successfully for 3 years syndicated coast to coast in the United States where David lived for 10 years in the 1990s.In the United States he has appeared on dozens of television programs, including CNNs, Larry King Live, Geraldo, Leeza Gibbons, Strange Universe, Extra to name a few. In Australia, he has appeared on such shows as, Good Morning Australia, Today Tonight, A Current Affair, and Today. His work has also been featured in 100s of papers and well known publications such as The New York Times, Harpers Review, Omni magazine and Discover magazine.David has been compared to Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and Nicola Tesla and his work described as being of Nobel calibre with far reaching ramifications in such fields as law enforcement, business and psychology.Websitesdavidoates.comreversespeech.comBooksReverse Speech - A New Theory About LanguageReverse Speech - Voices From The UnconsciousBeyond Backward MaskingIt's Only a MetaphorThe Great Spiritual Darkness: The Antichrist Takeover of the Modern

Mixtape: The Podcast
S1E22: Interview with Robert Michael, Professor Emeritus at University of Chicago

Mixtape: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 80:24


Robert Michael, professor emeritus at University of Chicago, was a student of Nobel laureate Gary Becker from a productive period when Becker was at Columbia up through the late 1960s and in this interview shares a bit of why that time was so special. As you may recall, I have been doing my only little “mixtape” about Becker's students and previously interviewed Bob's old classmate and longtime friend, Mike Grossman. Bob describes a lot about the secret sauce that made Columbia such a special time for people like him, Mike, Bill and Elizabeth Landes, Isaac Ehrlich and many others. It wasn't merely the chance to be mentored by Becker according to Bob; it was also Jacob Mincer and how complementary those two were — yin and yang, theory and empirical rigor. Bob would go on to helping shape the profession, not merely through his wonderful scholarship, but also through his overseeing of numerous important panel and cross-sectional datasets. The two with which I am most familiar are the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, which I wrote my dissertation on, and the National Health and Social Life Survey, a 1992 survey which was the first representative survey of adult American sexual behavior. He co-authored two books about sex in fact — one entitled The Social Organization of Sexuality and Sex in America. Both of these books document the sexual practices of adult Americans from that early 1992 period, riding on the crest of the AIDS epidemic and helping us better understand the basic facts about sex in America. I think you will be deeply moved, though, listening to Bob describe the lengths to which they at NORC went to talk to respondents and learn about their sexual behavior was stunning and not surprising. He notes that some respondents wept during the survey because, as they said, they had literally never talked to anyone about some of these important parts of their lives, some not even their own spouses, therapists or doctors. And yet Bob had with his team at NORC created such a safe, compassionate and respectful environment that not only could he ask intimate questions to strangers, but in fact have a nearly 90% response rate of people willing to share. A true model of science — curious, careful and compassionate.

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Persecuted by the Cabal, Blackwater thugs, & the Sex Crime Underworld w/ Lisa Temple (3of3)

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 45:07


Victim advocate, Lisa Temple, joins the program to discuss her ongoing persecution by the criminal cabal in Ireland. This global crime syndicate has mobilize Blackwater thugs, shut off access to banking, and is now using a compromised criminal justice system to imprison her for trumped up and exaggerated charges. This 3 part series shares her story from her early years to present day. More information will be posted at https://SarahWestall.com as her case develops.       Please consider donating: Fight for Freedom of Speech, learn more & donate @ givesendgo.com/DefendingFreeSpeech Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma Protect your family and your assets with Silver & Gold - Contact info@milesfranklin.com, tell them "Sarah sent you" and receive excellent service and the lowest prices in the country, guaranteed! MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio   See on Bastyon | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social Note: Show will be available on the other video platforms soon   Lisa Temple Biography Lisa Temple's main area of expertise is in Family Law Disputes. She specializes in high conflict disputes and is available for International Divorce arbitrations with complex multi jurisdictional assets. "My goal is to empower people within the arbitration process and agreement to take a proactive role in resolving issues of dispute by offering creative solutions, thus avoiding lengthy and costly legal disputes which are destructive to all individuals involved. My goal is that the parties walk away their dignity, their values and their finances in tact." Areas of expertise: • Defender of Free will. • Experience in Business, Training, Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Set up and Blue Chip Companies. Qualified and practicing Arbitrator and Grandmaster of Yoga and Meditation. • Specialised training and development of courses for Corporate, Aviation, Military, and Police. Worked closely with Law enforcement specialising in weapons tactics, counter-terrorism, execution of high-risk missions, crises negotiations hostage rescue and close protection. • Experience with Pilots and ex-fighter pilots, transitioning from military to commercial aviation environments and developing programs for dealing with the specific stressors of their work and lifestyle management. •. Special interest in working with ex-pat families in supporting and assisting them to cope with various challenges families face when dealing with relocation and relationship management or breakdown and multi jurisdictional divorce • Trained and certified over 60 professionals from legal, medical, aviation, sport and Education in Ethics, Yoga, and Meditation • Interests and qualifications in Yoga, ADR and Languages and Ethics. • Certified in Yoga and Wellbeing under Dr. Deepak Chopra and Swami Vidyanand a renowned yoga master and the founder of Transformational Yoga and The Yoga Alliance International. • Ambassador for the Yoga Alliance Int and Meditation Alliance Int. • Awarded Grandmaster in Hatha Yoga and Meditation by Swami Vidyanand personally in 2014 • As an Arbitrator, I am committed to developing and working with a team and finding new ways of ensure individuals and companies avoid future potential litigation at contract development state, resolving disputes assisting people especially Divorce and separation internationally in avoiding lengthy costly, avoidable and traumatic legal battles.    

Learn to Lead
Finding the Success Factor

Learn to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 21:17


Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer, Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology, and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. A leadership development and mentorship expert, she researches the most successful people of our generation, including Nobel laureates, astronauts, CEOs, and Olympic champions, to learn about their habits and practices to optimize our own success. On this episode, we discussed the process of curiosity and exploration that led Ruth to study such a broad array of successful individuals, the lessons she learned early on about exploring the mundane as deeply as the impressive, and how her studies have influenced her own style of work. Finally, Ruth explains a few key factors that all the successful people she interviews have in common and shares the advice that has the most potential to improve everyone's ability to achieve their goals.

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Persecuted by the Cabal, Blackwater thugs, & the Sex Crime Underworld w/ Lisa Temple (2of3)

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 39:46


Victim advocate, Lisa Temple, joins the program to discuss her ongoing persecution by the criminal cabal in Ireland. This global crime syndicate has mobilize Blackwater thugs, shut off access to banking, and is now using a compromised criminal justice system to imprison her for trumped up and exaggerated charges. This 3 part series shares her story from her early years to present day. More information will be posted at https://SarahWestall.com as her case develops.     Please consider donating: Fight for Freedom of Speech, learn more & donate @ givesendgo.com/DefendingFreeSpeech Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma Protect your family and your assets with Silver & Gold - Contact info@milesfranklin.com, tell them "Sarah sent you" and receive excellent service and the lowest prices in the country, guaranteed! MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on Bastyon | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social Note: Show will be available on the other video platforms soon   Lisa Temple Biography Lisa Temple's main area of expertise is in Family Law Disputes. She specializes in high conflict disputes and is available for International Divorce arbitrations with complex multi jurisdictional assets. "My goal is to empower people within the arbitration process and agreement to take a proactive role in resolving issues of dispute by offering creative solutions, thus avoiding lengthy and costly legal disputes which are destructive to all individuals involved. My goal is that the parties walk away their dignity, their values and their finances in tact." Areas of expertise: • Defender of Free will. • Experience in Business, Training, Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Set up and Blue Chip Companies. Qualified and practicing Arbitrator and Grandmaster of Yoga and Meditation. • Specialised training and development of courses for Corporate, Aviation, Military, and Police. Worked closely with Law enforcement specialising in weapons tactics, counter-terrorism, execution of high-risk missions, crises negotiations hostage rescue and close protection. • Experience with Pilots and ex-fighter pilots, transitioning from military to commercial aviation environments and developing programs for dealing with the specific stressors of their work and lifestyle management. •. Special interest in working with ex-pat families in supporting and assisting them to cope with various challenges families face when dealing with relocation and relationship management or breakdown and multi jurisdictional divorce • Trained and certified over 60 professionals from legal, medical, aviation, sport and Education in Ethics, Yoga, and Meditation • Interests and qualifications in Yoga, ADR and Languages and Ethics. • Certified in Yoga and Wellbeing under Dr. Deepak Chopra and Swami Vidyanand a renowned yoga master and the founder of Transformational Yoga and The Yoga Alliance International. • Ambassador for the Yoga Alliance Int and Meditation Alliance Int. • Awarded Grandmaster in Hatha Yoga and Meditation by Swami Vidyanand personally in 2014 • As an Arbitrator, I am committed to developing and working with a team and finding new ways of ensure individuals and companies avoid future potential litigation at contract development state, resolving disputes assisting people especially Divorce and separation internationally in avoiding lengthy costly, avoidable and traumatic legal battles.    

ONU News
ONU pede libertação imediata de Nobel da Paz e outros presos políticos em Mianmar

ONU News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 1:25


The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
Reversal Of cognitive Decline Using Network Medicine - Dale Bredesen, MD

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 107:54


Reversal Of cognitive Decline Using Network Medicine - Dale Bredesen, MD Dale Bredesen, MD • https://www.ahnphealth.com/dr-bredesen.html • Book - End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline #DaleBredesen #Alzheimer's #Dementia #CognitiveDecline 0:48 Understanding Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's Disease11:45 A Pandemic That Actually Dwarfs the Covid 19 Pandemic21:20 Reduction in Alzheimer's Disease If People Would Get On Active Prevention35:08 The Most Common Genetic Risk Factor for Alzheimer's47:12 Alzheimer's Disease Should Be Optional Instead of Unavoidable113:11 The Gene That Puts You at Risk For Chronic Ongoing Inflammation119:29 Are There Toxins Actually Bound To Your DNA That Are Impacting You?125:37 The Average Person Who Develops Alzheimer's Spends By Death $350,000133:57 Do Estrogen Blockers Affect My Brain?139:33 The Biggest Heavy Metal We Worry About With Cognitive Decline Dr. Dale Bredesen'sis an author and internationally-recognized expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, and is a New York Times bestselling author for - The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline  This book is a groundbreaking plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer's Disease that fundamentally changes how we understand cognitive decline. Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer, but until now no one knows anyone who has survived Alzheimer's Disease.  In this paradigm shifting book, Dale Bredesen, MD, offers real hope to anyone looking to prevent and even reverse Alzheimer's Disease and cognitive decline.  Revealing that AD is not one condition, as it is currently treated, but three, The End of Alzheimer's outlines 36 metabolic factors (micronutrients, hormone levels, sleep) that can trigger "downsizing" in the brain. The protocol shows us how to rebalance these factors using lifestyle modifications like taking B12, eliminating gluten, or improving oral hygiene. The results are impressive. Of the first ten patients on the protocol, nine displayed significant improvement with 3-6 months; since then the protocol has yielded similar results with hundreds more. Now, The End of Alzheimer's brings new hope to a broad audience of patients, caregivers, physicians, and treatment centers with a fascinating look inside the science and a complete step-by-step plan that fundamentally changes how we treat and even think about AD. Dr. Dale Bredesen's career has been guided by a simple idea: that Alzheimer's as we know it is not just preventable, but reversible. Thanks to a dedicated pursuit of finding the science that makes this a reality, his idea has placed Dr. Bredesen at the vanguard of neurological research, and led to the discoveries that today underlie the ReCode Report.Dr. Bredesen earned his MD from Duke University Medical Center and served as Chief Resident in Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) before joining Nobel laureate Stanley Prusiner's laboratory at UCSF as an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow. He held faculty positions at UCSF, UCLA and the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Bredesen also directed the Program on Aging at the Burnham Institute before joining the Buck Institute in 1998 as founding President and CEO.Dr. Bredesen's research explores previously uncharted territory in explaining the physical mechanism behind the erosion of memory seen in Alzheimer's disease and has opened the door to new approaches to treatment. This work has led to the identification of several new therapeutic processes that are showing remarkableearly results.Dr. Bredesen is a prodigious innovator in medicine, with over thirty patents to his name. Notably, he put much of his finding and research into the 2017 New York Times best-seller The End of Alzheimer's.To Contact Dr Bredesen go to ApolloHealthCo.com CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com  • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth    • Check out our Podcasts  Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search:  The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/  • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthRumble:  https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims. 

Stereo Chemistry
Bonus: For John Goodenough's 100th birthday, we revisit a fan-favorite interview with the renowned scientist

Stereo Chemistry

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 38:01 Very Popular


Famed lithium-ion-battery pioneer and Nobel Prize–winner John Goodenough has achieved yet another milestone—a century on Earth. Goodenough celebrates his 100th birthday on July 25, 2022. In honor of the occasion, Stereo Chemistry host Kerri Jansen and C&EN reporter Mitch Jacoby revisit their 2019 interview with the renowned scientist, recorded at his office at the University of Texas at Austin just prior to his Nobel win. In the expansive and candid conversation, Goodenough tells Stereo Chemistry about childhood adventures, infernal exams with Enrico Fermi, and his path to the innovation that enabled an electronics revolution. A transcript of this episode is available at bit.ly/3otFrh3. Music credit: “Happy Birthday To You (Orchestral)” by beanstalkaudio/Pond5.com Image credit: Mitch Jacoby/Robert Bryson/C&EN/Milano M/Shutterstock

Pivot Podcast with Jenny Blake
285: Cultivating Influence with Jon Levy

Pivot Podcast with Jenny Blake

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 48:40 Very Popular


“I don't want fans, I want friends.” This is one of many approaches to relationship-building that I admire in this week's guest, super-connector Jon Levy. I learned that when Jon texts with “free for dinner tonight?” you cancel all plans and say YES. Both times I did, I ended up at one of his influencer dinners with famous actors, public figures, pro athletes, and C-suite executives.  Jon's secret? Designing experiences to facilitate a shared sense of awe, connection, and accomplishment—with job titles revealed only at the end of the evening. Today we're talking about these principles and more behind his bestselling book, You're Invited: The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did! More about Jon: Jon Levy is a behavioral scientist and New York Times bestselling author known for his work in trust, human connection, belonging, and influence. More than a decade ago, Jon founded The Influencers Dinner, a secret dining experience for industry leaders ranging from Nobel laureates, Olympians, celebrities, and executives, to artists and musicians. Guests cook dinner together, but can't discuss their career or give their last name, and once seated to eat, they reveal who they are. Over time, these dinners developed into a community. With thousands of members, Influencers is the largest community of its type worldwide.

MIDCast
S05E24 - Crime Político, Trailer de Golpe e Dumbledore | S05E24

MIDCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 107:23


Nessa semana novamente falamos sobre muita coisa. Taca-lhe play!Colabore com o nosso trabalho através do PicPay ou Padrim. PARTICIPANTES:------------------Ana Raíssa - https://twitter.com/annarraissaThais Kisuki - https://twitter.com/thaiskisukiRodrigo Hipólito - http://twitter.com/lhamanalamaVictor Sousa - http://twitter.com/erro500 COMENTADO NO EPISÓDIO------------------O crime político não políticoMP considera incompleta a investigaçãoInquérito sobre agressão ao assassinoGasolina vai baixarFlavinho Desmaio mimizentoSigilo de 100 anos na investigaçãoXandão… Xandão…9 mil cargos secretos no RJA palhaçada das denúncias no TwitterO resumo da reunião com os embaixadores | thread liveFachin recusou conviteReação do RandolfeReação do PachecoDelegado contradiz fala de BolsonaroNota das associações de delegadosNota da embaixada americanaA proposta bizarra de votação paralela com cédula de papelEncontro de Lula com PachecoSimone Tebet não vem aí?Temer geek?Anitta publica foto com uma “roupa” do PTDepois fez o LNa sequência reclamou dos petistasE ela lançou um xadrez 4dE Bozo quer apoio do ReiA trollagem na convenção do BozoAgressão na caminhada do FreixoDamares desiste do SenadoContarato não vem aíConja entra em um bar…Concordamos com  KajuruVanessa da MataPesquisa Genial/Quaest RJ DICAS CULTURAIS------------------[reportagem] Armação do MBL contra Julio Lancelotti[podcast] Ao vivo é muito pior[filme] The Green Knight (2021)[texto] Discurso de Gabriel Garcia Marquez durante a entrega do Prêmio Nobel de Literatura em 1982[projeto] Meu Voto Será Feminista[futebol] Copa América de Futebol Feminino Tem algum feedback sobre o episódio?------------------E-mail: podcastmid@gmail.comTwitter: @podcastmidInstagram: @podcastmid

13% Pasión por el trabajo
El azar atravesado - Jaime López | T05E06

13% Pasión por el trabajo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 51:48


Desde que era un niño, Jaime López sabía que cuando fuera grande quería ser físico. Y Jaime no solo tenía interés en la física, también tenía talento para ella. En su familia sabían que tenían a un genio y ya lo podían imaginar ganándose un Nobel o diseñando el próximo cohete de la NASA. Y Jaime parecía estar cumpliendo con las expectativas. Acababa de terminar una maestría en Estados Unidos y estaba trabajando en la principal empresa de Laser de ese país. Y entonces la vida se atravesó en medio de sus sueños. Este es el episodio arquetípico de 13%. El de la vida que no sale acorde al plan sino a los juegos del azar. Un episodio que recorre todo un continente para mostrar la crudeza de ser migrante y la manera como el trabajo, a veces, define la vida y la vida el trabajo.-Contacto: +57 305 4817969Conferencias: https://treceporcien.com/conferencias/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/treceporciento/ Artículos sobre el trabajo: https://treceporcien.com/articulos/Producción: Andres Acevedo Niño y Nicolas Pinzon Guerrero

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Ukraine War Front, Citizens Trapped & Killed, More Realities Hidden from the West w/ Dougan

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 57:30


John Mark Dougan returns to the program shortly after his trip back from the front lines of the war in Ukraine. As the only American truly covering the war, you will hear realities not known elsewhere in the west. War is literally hell and the Ukraine War is no different. Dougan shines light on a war the west wants to hide. The more you know, the more you realize it should end and negotiations should occur immediately. You can follow John Dougan and his reporting on Bitchute or on Rumble. You can also donate to his cause by Paypal @BadVolf   Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: govvi.com/go/helpmesave Please consider donating: Fight for Freedom of Speech, learn more & donate @ givesendgo.com/DefendingFreeSpeech See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma Protect your family and your assets with Silver & Gold - Contact info@milesfranklin.com, tell them "Sarah sent you" and receive excellent service and the lowest prices in the country, guaranteed! MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on Bastyon | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social     John Mark Dougan Biography John Mark Dougan is a ex-Marine and a past Sheriff deputy with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Having witnessed widespread corruption, blackmail and nepotism, he resigned and created a website supporting whistleblower evidence of police misconduct. His website ultimately hosted more content than just evidence of police misconduct, it also hosted many evidence documents from whistleblowers worldwide. The most noteworthy files, which were never published and were only kept for safe keeping, were the Epstein videos and evidence for Seth Rich. Dougan's information was so sensitive, he was force to flee the United States in fear of his life. He now lives in Russia with political asylum protection. He spends most of his time on independent journalism and supporting other journalists and whistleblowers from around the world. See more of John Mark Dougon on his Rumble channel  

Sophos Podcasts
S3 Ep92: Log4Shell4Ever, summer tips, and scammer timing

Sophos Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 22:52


Integrated circuits and Nobel prizes. Log4Shell - forever? Cybersecurity tips for summmer. Scams and coincidence. Original music by Edith Mudge Got questions/suggestions/stories to share? Email tips@sophos.com Twitter @NakedSecurity Instagram @NakedSecurity

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Nobel winner's harassment, Fiji journalist's utu

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 7:33


Media commentator Andrew Holden joins Kathryn to look at the harassment experienced by Nobel Prize winner Maria Ressa in the Philippines, while her fellow winner Dmitry Muratov also had his independent newspaper shut down. A Fijian journalist expelled from a press conference during a visit of the Chinese foreign minister spotted two Chinese embassy officials pretending to be reporters at the Pacific Islands Forum, and ABC in Australia is to get a five-year funding model that the new Government says will make it 'safe' from political interference and manipulation. Andrew Holden is a journalist for more than 30 years including five as Editor of The Press (in Christchurch) and four as Editor-in-Chief of The Age in Melbourne.

Coffe N. 5
What Makes High Achievers So Successful? With Ruth Gotian

Coffe N. 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 26:23


 On this episode of Coffee N° 5, Lara sits down with Ruth Gotian, the Chief Learning Officer of Weill Cornell Medicine. Ruth is an author, educator, and Forbes 50 Over 50 semi-finalist who deeply understands and specializes in what factors make people successful. She shares with Lara her insights about the nature of success, the importance of pursuing your passion, and why there's enough room for everyone who is willing to work to be successful.What you'll learn: Ruth explains the four elements of success — and how YOU can apply them to your own life, career, and goalsThe ONE habit Mark Cuban, Warren Buffett, and other billionaires have in common (Hint: You should start doing this right now!)Why other people's success doesn't take away from yours and how to reframe your thinking to celebrate the victories of othersBio:Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former founding Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has been hailed by the journal Nature and Columbia University as an expert in mentorship and leadership development. In 2021, she was selected as one of 30 people worldwide to be named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, dubbed the Oscars of management thinking, and recently won the Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement Radar Award, ranking her the #1 emerging management thinker in the world to bridge theory and practice. She is also a semi-finalist for the Forbes 50 Over 50 list. In addition to publishing in academic journals, she is a contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today, where she writes about optimizing success. Her research is about the mindset and skill set of peak performers, including Nobel laureates, astronauts, and Olympic champions, which she writes about in her book, The Success Factor.For more information on The Success Factor, don't forget to follow Ruth on LinkedIn and visit her website.Join our Facebook Group.Read Lara's guide to networking.Follow our host Lara Schmoisman on social media: Instagram: @laraschmoismanFacebook: @LaraSchmoismanLinkedIn: @laraschmoismanTwitter: @LaraSchmoismanSupport the show

Into the Impossible
James Webb Space Telescope First Results Q & A with Project Scientist John Mather, Nobel Prizewinner

Into the Impossible

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 35:43 Very Popular


@NASAWebb Senior Project Scientist, and @NobelPrize winner, John Mather answers questions about the JWST from listeners of Into The Impossible.

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Pope & China meet to Broker Vatican Bank Funding of China’s North American Takeover w/ Kevin Annett

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 54:00


Kevin Annett rejoins the program to discuss the developments with the Vatican and China. According to sources, the Vatican bank is set to fund China's take over of the North American economy. We also discuss the overall cabal plans and how you can fight back and keep your dignity. Learn more about Kevin Annett at MurderByDecree.com       Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: GOVVI.com/go/helpmesave Another serious money saver on gas, Ron Hatton's amazing snake oil - Get the 3 most effective products as one package: Big 3 Package Solutions to keep from getting sick and to reverse mRNA damage - Dr. Joe Nieusma MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See video on Bastyon | Bitchute | Rumble | Odysee | Freedom.Social | SarahWestall.tv     Kevin Annett Biography Kevin Annett is a renowned global human rights campaigner, author and whistle blower who has led the movement to expose and prosecute child murder by church and state, in Canada and Europe. Kevin is the co-founder of The International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (www.itccs.org). He has been nominated three times (2013, 2014, 2015) for the Nobel Peace Prize. Do background reading into Kevin Annett and his decades long struggle to abolish genocide, child murder and tyranny at MurderByDecree.com and RepublicOfKanata.ca Listen to his weekly blog show on bbsradio.com/herewestand every Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern, 11 pm GMT    

Think Like A Nobel Prize Winner
James Webb Space Telescope First Results Q & A with Project Scientist John Mather, Nobel Prizewinner

Think Like A Nobel Prize Winner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 35:28


@NASAWebb Senior Project Scientist, and @NobelPrize winner, John Mather answers questions about the JWST from listeners of Into The Impossible.

UN News
UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva: Haiti violence, Africa zoonotic disease spike, Aboriginal ‘cultural genocide' claim

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 12:36


In this week's podcast, aboriginal art custodians from the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia come all the way to Geneva to tell us they're facing cultural genocide, while in Haiti, gang violence is creating a serious problem for UN relief teams. Across Africa, we find out why there's serious concern about the spread of animal-to-human disease, and in the Philippines, a court ruling on Press freedom hero and Nobel winner, Maria Ressa, has sparked alarm from one leading human rights expert.

Marketplace Tech
“Is this real?” The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope stun astronomers.

Marketplace Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 10:04


Scientists and space enthusiasts the world over rekindled their sense of wonder this week as NASA unveiled the first full-color images from the James Webb Space Telescope. The pictures give us exceptional new details of stars, galaxies and nebulas across space and across time. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams spoke to Nobel laureate Adam Riess, a professor of astronomy and physics at Johns Hopkins University. She asked him exactly what it is we’re seeing in the first image NASA put out.

Marketplace All-in-One
“Is this real?” The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope stun astronomers.

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 10:04


Scientists and space enthusiasts the world over rekindled their sense of wonder this week as NASA unveiled the first full-color images from the James Webb Space Telescope. The pictures give us exceptional new details of stars, galaxies and nebulas across space and across time. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams spoke to Nobel laureate Adam Riess, a professor of astronomy and physics at Johns Hopkins University. She asked him exactly what it is we’re seeing in the first image NASA put out.