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Orbital gravitationally curved path of an object around a point in outer space; circular or elliptical path of one object around another object

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George's Random Astronomical Object
Object 86: Two Hellscapes Orbiting a Red Dwarf

George's Random Astronomical Object

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 12:44


The red dwarf HD 260655 has two large, hot, rocky planets orbiting very close to it.

A Date With Darkness Podcast

In honor of Halloween, let's revisit ghosting. Have you been ghosted or have you ghosted someone? In this episode, I discuss my personal experience with ghosting, what ghosting is, why people ghosting, and what to do when a ghost returns. I also discuss the concepts of caspering, orbiting, and breadcrumbing in dating and how all are related to ghosting.  The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC.  Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Podcast Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones hello@drnataliejones.com  Sign up for the free ebook on Red  Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group

Wonderspace
#87 Nate Michaux (Writer and Director) [S7:E7]

Wonderspace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 20:02


Orbiting with us on the Wonderspace Podcast this week is TV and Film writer and director Nate Michaux from Los Angeles. We are so grateful to Nate for engaging with these questions in such an honest and vulnerable way, talking about working through his addictions and also the highs and lows of making it work as a creative in New York and LA. Nate was nominated by Dino who was our 52nd guest on Wonderspace. To view the episode page with a summary of the interview, links to social media and projects mentioned, go to https://ourwonder.space/episodes/_87

Astro arXiv | all categories
A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 0:47


A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599 by Jose I. Vines et al. on Monday 17 October Very little is known about the young planet population because the detection of small planets orbiting young stars is obscured by the effects of stellar activity and fast rotation which mask planets within radial velocity and transit data sets. The few planets that have been discovered in young clusters generally orbit stars too faint for any detailed follow-up analysis. Here we present the characterization of a new mini-Neptune planet orbiting the bright (V=9) and nearby K2 dwarf star, HD 18599. The planet candidate was originally detected in TESS light curves from Sectors 2, 3, 29, and 30, with an orbital period of 4.138~days. We then used HARPS and FEROS radial velocities, to find the companion mass to be 25.5$pm$4.6~M$_oplus$. When we combine this with the measured radius from TESS, of 2.70$pm$0.05~R$_oplus$, we find a high planetary density of 7.1$pm$1.4~g cm$^{-3}$. The planet exists on the edge of the Neptune Desert and is the first young planet (300 Myr) of its type to inhabit this region. Structure models argue for a bulk composition to consist of 23% H$_2$O and 77% Rock and Iron. Future follow-up with large ground- and space-based telescopes can enable us to begin to understand in detail the characteristics of young Neptunes in the galaxy. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.07945v1

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP
A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 0:48


A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599 by Jose I. Vines et al. on Monday 17 October Very little is known about the young planet population because the detection of small planets orbiting young stars is obscured by the effects of stellar activity and fast rotation which mask planets within radial velocity and transit data sets. The few planets that have been discovered in young clusters generally orbit stars too faint for any detailed follow-up analysis. Here we present the characterization of a new mini-Neptune planet orbiting the bright (V=9) and nearby K2 dwarf star, HD 18599. The planet candidate was originally detected in TESS light curves from Sectors 2, 3, 29, and 30, with an orbital period of 4.138~days. We then used HARPS and FEROS radial velocities, to find the companion mass to be 25.5$pm$4.6~M$_oplus$. When we combine this with the measured radius from TESS, of 2.70$pm$0.05~R$_oplus$, we find a high planetary density of 7.1$pm$1.4~g cm$^{-3}$. The planet exists on the edge of the Neptune Desert and is the first young planet (300 Myr) of its type to inhabit this region. Structure models argue for a bulk composition to consist of 23% H$_2$O and 77% Rock and Iron. Future follow-up with large ground- and space-based telescopes can enable us to begin to understand in detail the characteristics of young Neptunes in the galaxy. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.07945v1

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP
A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 0:47


A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599 by Jose I. Vines et al. on Monday 17 October Very little is known about the young planet population because the detection of small planets orbiting young stars is obscured by the effects of stellar activity and fast rotation which mask planets within radial velocity and transit data sets. The few planets that have been discovered in young clusters generally orbit stars too faint for any detailed follow-up analysis. Here we present the characterization of a new mini-Neptune planet orbiting the bright (V=9) and nearby K2 dwarf star, HD 18599. The planet candidate was originally detected in TESS light curves from Sectors 2, 3, 29, and 30, with an orbital period of 4.138~days. We then used HARPS and FEROS radial velocities, to find the companion mass to be 25.5$pm$4.6~M$_oplus$. When we combine this with the measured radius from TESS, of 2.70$pm$0.05~R$_oplus$, we find a high planetary density of 7.1$pm$1.4~g cm$^{-3}$. The planet exists on the edge of the Neptune Desert and is the first young planet (300 Myr) of its type to inhabit this region. Structure models argue for a bulk composition to consist of 23% H$_2$O and 77% Rock and Iron. Future follow-up with large ground- and space-based telescopes can enable us to begin to understand in detail the characteristics of young Neptunes in the galaxy. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.07945v1

Astro arXiv | all categories
A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 0:48


A dense mini-Neptune orbiting the bright young star HD 18599 by Jose I. Vines et al. on Monday 17 October Very little is known about the young planet population because the detection of small planets orbiting young stars is obscured by the effects of stellar activity and fast rotation which mask planets within radial velocity and transit data sets. The few planets that have been discovered in young clusters generally orbit stars too faint for any detailed follow-up analysis. Here we present the characterization of a new mini-Neptune planet orbiting the bright (V=9) and nearby K2 dwarf star, HD 18599. The planet candidate was originally detected in TESS light curves from Sectors 2, 3, 29, and 30, with an orbital period of 4.138~days. We then used HARPS and FEROS radial velocities, to find the companion mass to be 25.5$pm$4.6~M$_oplus$. When we combine this with the measured radius from TESS, of 2.70$pm$0.05~R$_oplus$, we find a high planetary density of 7.1$pm$1.4~g cm$^{-3}$. The planet exists on the edge of the Neptune Desert and is the first young planet (300 Myr) of its type to inhabit this region. Structure models argue for a bulk composition to consist of 23% H$_2$O and 77% Rock and Iron. Future follow-up with large ground- and space-based telescopes can enable us to begin to understand in detail the characteristics of young Neptunes in the galaxy. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.07945v1

Podcasts from the Edge
A Boer made a plan and that's a pebble bed nuclear reactor orbiting above us

Podcasts from the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 43:02


South Africa had spent around R10bn developing the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor before abandoning the nuclear project when Jacob Zuma became President. He had a much bigger nuclear ambition cooked up with Russia's Vladimir Putin. Now, however, Andre Pienaar, a pioneering Afrikaner venture capitalist who lives his life between Washington and London has a surprise in store. He is invested in a US company that has a contract to build what will be a new space station on the hulk of the existing International Space Station (ISS) that has been orbiting earth for the last 23 years. He is also invested in another US company racing to win a competition to build the first Small Modular Reactor in Washington State in the US. X-Energy's product is a direct descendent of the PMBR and a clutch of the scientists working on it are South African. Or were. And whether X-Energy wins the Washington contract or not, Pienaar, whose roots in South Africa still run deep — he was instrumental in the establishment of the corruption-busting Scorpions — is going to put an X-energy PMBR onto his own space station. “Its happening," he tells Peter Bruce in this compelling edition of Podcasts From The Edge. Pienaar is convinced that a new generation of small, even portable, nuclear reactors is a large part of the answer to the scramble for a carbon-free future. Governments around the word are curious. The British have given Rolls Royce more than £200m to develop a small nuclear reactor because, well, if you can run a submarine or an aircraft carrier on a nuclear reactor, how cool would it be to run a small town, or a large city, on one? In a few years' time we'll be able to see the new, expanded, ISS passing us by in the night sky. If its very bright it might be because of the pebble bed reactor inside it.

Astro arXiv | all categories
Using debris disk observations to infer substellar companions orbiting within or outside a parent planetesimal belt

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:03


Using debris disk observations to infer substellar companions orbiting within or outside a parent planetesimal belt by T. A. Stuber et al. on Tuesday 11 October Aims. We analyze whether the effects of secular perturbations, originating from a substellar companion, on the dust dynamics in a debris disk can be investigated with spatially resolved observations. Methods. We numerically simulated the collisional evolution of narrow and eccentric cold planetesimal belts around a star of spectral type A3V that are secularly perturbed by a companion that orbits either closer to or farther from the star than the belt. Based on the resulting spatial dust distributions, we simulated spatially resolved maps of their surface brightness in the $K$, $N$, and $Q$ bands and at wavelengths of 70$mu$m and 1300$mu$m. Results. Assuming a nearby debris disk seen face-on, we find that the brightness distribution varies significantly with observing wavelength, for example between the $N$ and $Q$ band. This can be explained by the varying relative contribution of the emission of the smallest grains near the blowout limit. The orbits of both the small grains that form the halo and the large grains close to the parent belt precess due to the secular perturbations induced by a companion orbiting inward of the belt. The halo, being composed of older grains, trails the belt. The magnitude of the trailing decreases with increasing perturber mass and hence with increasing strength of the perturbation, a trend we recovered in synthetic maps of surface brightness by fitting ellipses to lines of constant brightness. Systems with an outer perturber do not show a uniform halo precession since the orbits of small grains are strongly altered. We identified features of the brightness distributions suitable for distinguishing between systems with a potentially detectable inner or outer perturber, especially with a combined observation with JWST/MIRI in the $Q$ band tracing small grain emission and with ALMA at mm wavelengths tracing the position of the parent planetesimal belt. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.05315v1

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP
Using debris disk observations to infer substellar companions orbiting within or outside a parent planetesimal belt

Astro arXiv | astro-ph.EP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:03


Using debris disk observations to infer substellar companions orbiting within or outside a parent planetesimal belt by T. A. Stuber et al. on Tuesday 11 October Aims. We analyze whether the effects of secular perturbations, originating from a substellar companion, on the dust dynamics in a debris disk can be investigated with spatially resolved observations. Methods. We numerically simulated the collisional evolution of narrow and eccentric cold planetesimal belts around a star of spectral type A3V that are secularly perturbed by a companion that orbits either closer to or farther from the star than the belt. Based on the resulting spatial dust distributions, we simulated spatially resolved maps of their surface brightness in the $K$, $N$, and $Q$ bands and at wavelengths of 70$mu$m and 1300$mu$m. Results. Assuming a nearby debris disk seen face-on, we find that the brightness distribution varies significantly with observing wavelength, for example between the $N$ and $Q$ band. This can be explained by the varying relative contribution of the emission of the smallest grains near the blowout limit. The orbits of both the small grains that form the halo and the large grains close to the parent belt precess due to the secular perturbations induced by a companion orbiting inward of the belt. The halo, being composed of older grains, trails the belt. The magnitude of the trailing decreases with increasing perturber mass and hence with increasing strength of the perturbation, a trend we recovered in synthetic maps of surface brightness by fitting ellipses to lines of constant brightness. Systems with an outer perturber do not show a uniform halo precession since the orbits of small grains are strongly altered. We identified features of the brightness distributions suitable for distinguishing between systems with a potentially detectable inner or outer perturber, especially with a combined observation with JWST/MIRI in the $Q$ band tracing small grain emission and with ALMA at mm wavelengths tracing the position of the parent planetesimal belt. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2210.05315v1

Wonderspace
#85 Sheena Talma (Nekton Foundation) [S7:E5]

Wonderspace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:38


Orbiting with us this week on Wonderspace is Marine Scientist Sheena Talma from the Seychelles. Sheena is the science program manager at the Nekton Foundation which is focussed on accelerating scientific exploration and protection of the ocean. Their aim is to highly protect at least 30 per cent of the ocean by 2030. Sheena also works with the Save Our Seas Foundation which has funded over 400 marine projects in over 80 countries around the world. For info: https://nektonmission.org https://saveourseas.com To view the episode page with a summary of the interview, links to social media and projects mentioned, go to https://ourwonder.space/episodes/_85

fett & glücklich
Folge 32 - 10.000 Schritte

fett & glücklich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 75:31


Wer hat sich eigentlich das mit den 10.000 Schritten ausgedacht? Und was ist Orbiting? Und haben wir alle eigentlich immer nur Angst? In dieser Folge gibt es neben diesem bunten Strauß an Themen ein spannendes Update einer Zuhörerin und ein Einblick in Berits und Aylins aktuelles Innenleben. Viel Spaß beim Hören! Schreibt uns gerne an hi@fettundgluecklich.de Folgt uns auf Instagram: Berit https://www.instagram.com/marmeladekisses/ Aylin https://www.instagram.com/aylin.ogus/ Unsere Vibes-Playlist Aylin's Soundcloud Wiiitch, please auf Spotify

Space Café Podcast
EPISODE 64: Anny Handmer, HEO Robotics, what's up with the strange "object K" orbiting the earth in LEO?

Space Café Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 57:53


HEO Robotics is trying to make space transparent by using unused satellites in low Earth orbit and pointing their sensors at other, sometimes unknown, objects. This generates not only valuable real-time data but also a few question marks about the origin of various objects in orbit. Annie Handmer of HEO Robotics knows the story behind it. Host: Markus MooslechnerGuest: Dr. Annie HandmerPublisher: Torsten Kriening Who we are?SpaceWatch.Global is a digital magazine and portal for those interested in space, and the far-reaching impact that space developments have. While showcasing the technology that enables the industry to edge closer to the next frontier, SpaceWatch.Global also provides analysis, forecasts, and insight into the geopolitical implications of space developments. From space policy, exploration, and missions, to space weapons and technology, we provide a complete perspective on the emerging space sector as it expands into a global marketplace. The team behind SpaceWatch.Global is a dynamic mix of space geeks, tech junkies, space policy experts, regional specialists, and passionate writers. We fully believe that space should be used for humanity, that it enables knowledge, and enriches societies. SpaceWatch.Global GmbH, headquartered in Berlin, Germany. In the true journalistic spirit, neutrality, ethics and integrity are at our core. SpaceWatch.Global abides by the Society of Professional Journalists' code of ethics; we seek the truth and report on it. SpaceWatch.Global GmbHMessedamm 2314055 BerlinGermanyWebsite: www.spacewatch.globalEmail: podcast@spacewatch.globalExclusive distribution Partner: Bookwire - www.bookwire.de Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Astro arXiv | all categories
Tidally-induced migration of TESS gas giants orbiting M dwarfs

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:50


Tidally-induced migration of TESS gas giants orbiting M dwarfs by Jaime A. Alvarado-Montes. on Monday 26 September According to core-accretion formation models, the conditions under which gas giants will form around M dwarfs are very restrictive. Also, the correlation of the occurrence of these planets with the metallicity of host stars is still unknown due to the intrinsic faintness of M dwarfs in the optical and some intricacies in their spectra. Interestingly, NASA's TESS mission has started to create a growing sample of these systems, with eleven observed planets located in close-in orbits: contrary to what is expected for low stellar masses. Tidal interactions with the host star will play a key role in determining the fate of these planets, so by using the measured physical and orbital characteristics of these M-dwarf systems we numerically analyse the exchange of rotational and orbital angular momentum, while constraining the energy dissipation in each system to calculate whether host stars are spun up or spun down, depending on the relationship between the gain and loss of angular momentum by the stellar rotation. We also study the coupled orbital and physical evolution of their gas giant companion and calculate orbital circularization time-scales, as well as the time needed to undergo orbital decay from their current orbital position to the Roche limit. The thorough study of tidal processes occurring over short and long time-scales in star-planet systems like those studied here, can help constrain tidal dissipation rates inside the star and planet, complement tidal theories, and improve estimations of unconstrained properties of exoplanetary systems. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.11375v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Tidally-induced migration of TESS gas giants orbiting M dwarfs

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 0:51


Tidally-induced migration of TESS gas giants orbiting M dwarfs by Jaime A. Alvarado-Montes. on Sunday 25 September According to core-accretion formation models, the conditions under which gas giants will form around M dwarfs are very restrictive. Also, the correlation of the occurrence of these planets with the metallicity of host stars is still unknown due to the intrinsic faintness of M dwarfs in the optical and some intricacies in their spectra. Interestingly, NASA's TESS mission has started to create a growing sample of these systems, with ten observed planets located in close-in orbits: contrary to what is expected for low stellar masses. Tidal interactions with the host star will play a key role in determining the fate of these planets, so by using the measured physical and orbital characteristics of these M-dwarf systems we numerically analyse the exchange of rotational and orbital angular momentum, while constraining the energy dissipation in each system to calculate whether host stars are spun up or spun down, depending on the relationship between the gain and loss of angular momentum by the stellar rotation. We also study the coupled orbital and physical evolution of their gas giant companion and calculate orbital circularization time-scales, as well as the time needed to undergo orbital decay from their current orbital position to the Roche limit. The thorough study of tidal processes occurring over short and long time-scales in star-planet systems like those studied here, can help constrain tidal dissipation rates inside the star and planet, complement tidal theories, and improve estimations of unconstrained properties of exoplanetary systems. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.11375v1

The Teddy Brosevelt Show
Teddy Brosevelt Show | Episode #26 - Orbiting Planet Clown

The Teddy Brosevelt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 72:44


Back again with Episode 26! Teddy breaks down the latest current events transpiring on Planet Clown during a jam-packed 75 minute Episode XXVI. The events of the past few weeks while Teddy has been off the mic totally confirm that Teddy has been 100% right about EVERYTHING for two straight years. Episode 26 Topics:NY Times hack Thomas Friedman wrote this article ‘Putin Will Make People Choose Between Heating and Eating This Winter' about 3 months too late. Friedman is now loudly warning the greenies that the infrastructure simply is not in place to make this rapid shift from a reliable petroleum-based economy to a green new nightmare that fueled by wishful thinking. Teddy was saying this “Europeans will have to choose between heating and eating” line all summer. The FBI saves Democracy from darkness by surrounding My Pillow guy Mike Lindell at a Hardee's drive-thru in Minnesota and seizing his cell phone (which surely had the nuclear codes on it). With the AMTRAK railroad strike coming up on Friday, we might get to join our European allies this winter in choosing between heating or eating. How's that Build Back Better working out for ya? The AMTRAK strike is going to impact EVERYONE. Everything that doesn't get delivered by truck, gets delivered by rail. This is about way more than passengers. This is about deliveries of coal, livestock feed, cars, machine parts, and anything else you can imagine to keep our society moving. Joe Biden's speech in Philadelphia proves that Biden is way beyond incompetent. This guy is a straight-up a*****e. Where are all the Democrats denouncing this demagogue and the creepy dark red imagery? Just imagine the reaction if Trump gave a speech (any speech) in this setting. Gazprom turned off the natural gas pipeline for “repairs”, big shock. The West can weaponize the financial system and send hundreds of billions in military and financial aid to Ukraine…. but PLEASE, pretty please, Mr. Putin, please don't turn off our gas. Wait, you mean Russia is shutting off our gas for real? FIRST PUTIN HIKES PRICES, NOW HE IS WEAPONIZING WINTER! What does he think this is…. a WAR?! Are you suffering from stress or depression due to the constant gaslighting and negative news? Get out in NATURE. Find a mountain far away from artificial lights and go look at the Milky Way Galaxy in all its glory. Nature is healing. Do you know four out of five kids born today will NEVER see the Milky Way galaxy with their own eyes? If you live anywhere near a city, you can only see a couple dozen white pinpricks in the dark sky. Yet every single night, the majesty of the Milky Way galaxy is on full display (weather and moon permitting). Teddy guarantees that being totally disconnected from the stars, planets and immensity of the universe is having a negative impact on the way we view ourselves and our place in the universe. Teddy had the lucky opportunity to view the Milky Way galaxy in all its magnificent splendor at the Grand Canyon last week, and it was a jaw-dropping experience. Stargazing at the Grand Canyon actually overshadowed seeing the sunset and sunrise at one of the Seven Wonders of the World.Here's a satellite map of North America at night. This image shows how bad the light pollution is when it comes to stargazing and viewing the galaxy in its full glory. Anyone east of the Mississippi River is screwed when it comes to seeing the Milky Way.The vast majority of Americans live in areas of the country that have completely lost pristine views of the night sky.Seeing the galaxy, stars and planets on a regular nightly basis has inspired us since the dawn of civilization. Do you think it's a good thing or bad that most Americans will never see the Milky Way galaxy during their lifetimes? Imagine going to heaven at age sixty and telling some old-timers that you spent 21,900 days on Earth and NEVER got a chance to see the stars in their full glory? If you were an alien from a distant planet, I'm pretty sure your FODOR's guide to Earth would list “SEE THE MILKY WAY GALAXY AT NIGHT” as the #1 thing you've gotta do on your trip.“Why did not somebody teach me the constellations, and make me at home in the starry heavens, which are always overhead, and which I don't half know to this day?” – Thomas CarlyleOur natural lightscapes are filled with THOUSANDS of visible stars every night. A city-slicker would be totally shocked. The Milky Way is bright enough to silhouette the clouds of gas and dust running through the center of our galaxy. It's called the “galactic interstellar medium”, and seeing it with the naked eye is stunning.Most folks think it's a great night for stargazing when they can spot the Little or Big Dipper. But when you get far away from city lights and go up a few thousand feet in elevation, you can see things with the naked eye that I thought were only visible in a planetarium. Google these and you'll understand what I'm saying: Cygnus Dark RiftNorthern Coal SackPrancing HorseScutum Star CloudSagittarius Star CloudTeddy will have more information on the stars, the Milky Way galaxy and light pollution in a future episode. NOTE: This episode was so long (75 minutes), I couldn't figure out how to get Garageband to extend it past 2000 bars. So the very last couple sentences got chopped off. Don't be mad. The show was almost over anyway. Will be back with another episode soon. Stream ‘The Teddy Brosevelt Show':SpotifyiHeartRadioApple PodcastsTuneIn RadioSubstack This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit teddybrosevelt.substack.com

Radio D&D
The Lonely Hearts Club - Ep.25: The Rusty Guppy

Radio D&D

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 187:39


Back in action, the Lonely Hearts accept a mission from Ellie to travel into the ocean's dark depths to restore a teleportation point lost during the worldquake. Podcast Artwork: DrawForthArts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/drawfortharts Music (Freemusicarchive.org): Arcade Controller by Simon Mathewson (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Brush that sCruff off by Factory Sounds (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Cavern by Jahzzar (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Damned by Jahzzar (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Down With The Ship by Steve Combs (Attribution 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Face Punch by Jesse Spillane (Attribution 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Ice Cave by Visager (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Jazzy Detective by John Bartmann (Attribution-ShareAlike: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Mysterious Wood by Visager (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Orbiting a Distant Planet by Quantum Jazz (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) Rollin at 5 – 210 – Full by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Spiderman works for US postal by Factory Sounds (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) the first person crossing the bridge since a century by Komiku (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) Vibe Ace by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Sound Effects (Freesound.org) Film-static_04 by joedeshon (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) FM Radio Tuning Sweep by davidbain (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)

Les Ambitieux
118. Invente ton travail dans ton travail (Orbiting the Giant Hairball)

Les Ambitieux

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 68:06


Si nous adoptons une vision simpliste du marché du travail, nous dirions qu'il y a deux possibilités en terme de carrière. Nous pouvons être un salarié qui obéit à des ordres ou un entrepreneur complètement laissé à lui-nous. Beaucoup de clients en orientation se sentent coincés, car ils considèrent qu'aucun de ses deux modèles de carrière leur conviennent. Ils souhaitent disposer d'une grande marge de manoeuvre et exprimer leur créativité, mais tout en étant à l'intérieur d'un cadre. L'intrapreneurship propose alors une troisième option soit d'avoir la mentalité d'un entrepreneur, mais au sein même d'une organisation. Pour aborder ce thème, j'ai choisi un ouvrage qui déroge des conventions. Le thème de l'intrapreneurship n'est pas abordé directement, mais il illustre très bien l'état d'esprit. Orbiting the Giant Hairball a été conçu par Gordon MacKenzie, un artiste qui a travaillé durant une trentaine d'années chez Hallmark, une entreprise américaine qui conçoit des cartes de voeux et d'articles de fête. En soi, le livre est une oeuvre d'art par la multitude de dessins. Le texte est un témoignage très personnel du vécu de l'auteur avec une pointe de poésie. Gordon est un excellent exemple de comment inventer son emploi dans son emploi. Comme invité, je reçois France Pomerleau Vice-Présidente du capital humain chez Congebec.  C'est elle qui m'a fait découvert le livre. France est un bon exemple d'intrapreneur et comment elle encourage chez les autres autour d'elle à pousser ce type d'initiatives. Ordre du jour 0m23: Introduction 11m32: Présentation du livre 16m36: Le génie créatif en nous 24m21: La planète corporative 35m07: Inventer ton travail 50m52: France Pomerleau nous donne des pistes 1h02m00: Réflexion personnelle Pour encore plus de détails, consulte la page web de l'épisode

Radio D&D
The Lonely Hearts Club - Ep.24: What's Your Name?

Radio D&D

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 163:01


Deep within the Regenesis lab, the Lonely Hearts are faced with the twisted Aberration that was once Castor, and Lux decides who she wants to be rather than who she was made to be. Podcast Artwork: DrawForthArts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/drawfortharts Music (Freemusicarchive.org): Alone Again by Unheard Music Concepts (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) b-rain by Jahzzar (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Escaped from my Dreams by Unheard Music Concepts (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Face Punch by Jesse Spillane (Attribution 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Faster Does It by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Jazzy Detective by John Bartmann (Attribution-ShareAlike: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Orbiting a Distant Planet by Quantum Jazz (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) Spaces of L by Kosta (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Unforeseen Space by Unheard Music Concepts (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Vibe Ace by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Voyage III – The Space Between Us by The Kyoto Connection (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) Music (Purple-Planet.com): Code Red Corridor Palpitations Sound Effects (Freesound.org) FM Radio Tuning Sweep by davidbain (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)

Every Night's A School Night
Night School #510: "Orbiting Your Anti-Muse"

Every Night's A School Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 138:29


Night School #510: "Orbiting Your Anti-Muse" by Every Night's A School Night

Dating While Black :
Orbiting, Slow Fading, and Benching

Dating While Black :

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 17:52


These 3 things are motivation killers when it comes to dating. It can be disappointing when a person becomes inconsistent after showing interest. In this episode Dee will cover orbiting, slow fading, and benching. You deserve better! Also check out datingwhileblackpodcast.com for events covering your favorite topics. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dating-while-black/message

Bright Side
What If Earth Started Orbiting a Black Hole

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 11:31


The Solar System is the gravitationally bound system of the Sun and the planets that orbit it. But what if we replace the Sun with some other extreme space objects? First of all, all the planets will lose their light source. Some of the planets might even freeze and the Earth won't be an exception. Normally, black holes are so far away that we can't see them even with a telescope. But something strange has happened and a black hole entered our Solar System and managed to replace our Sun! Let's see what consequences this would have for us and the neighboring planets... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - DERREL SIMS - The Alien Hunter - 50 Mile DEEP by 600 Mile LONG UFO Is Orbiting Earth

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 48:28


More than forty years ago, Derrel Sims had his first encounter with an alien presence. As he grew older, he experienced a malignant contact with these alien beings that would alter his life forever. As a result at a young age, Derrel made the decision that he would no longer willingly, be victim to their bizarre quests. Determined to change his role in life from being the 'hunted' to the hunter, he began to prepare himself for their pursuit. Every path he took, would equip him mentally, physically and intellectually to become a warrior for his cause and to assume the role he was born to play. As a result, Derrel has spent the past three decades researching the world of alien beings. His area of focus has dealt primarily with medical and scientific evidence of human/alien contact. To that end, he has spent years studying and training in a broad range of areas that would provide him with a full array of skills necessary for his search to find evidence of these creatures. From his accomplishments and certifications in hypnotherapy, to his education in graphoanalysis (handwriting analysis); he has pursued extensive training to assist in his efforts to aid abductees, in reclaiming memories of their experiences. In addition, to learning the methods for memory retrieval, Derrel has acquired considerable training in police, military and investigative work. These assets are critical to aid in the search, rescue and discovery of alien evidence. This thorough and unusual approach has placed him in a category unparalleled by others. His unique blend of personal history, coupled with his research and skilled investigative techniques prompts worldwide requests for him to share his knowledge. Being the first to discover and share the concept of alien implants, Derrel has been sought by those in the UFO communities, as well as those within the medical and scientific communities, to share his breakthrough methods at world wide conferences. In addition to this global recognition, he has been acknowledged for his contributions via a series of awards and commendations. His acclaim is further recognized through the many requests he receives annually to appear on a variety of radio and television shows, where he shares his knowledge with thousands across the globe. It is for these reasons, coupled with a passion that places him in the unequalled position of relating to those whose lives have been disrupted, that he stands alone in his efforts and his role. Derrel Sims is The Alien Hunter. - www.alienhunter.org*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The MuseCast
The MuseCast: Orbiting God

The MuseCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 36:49


Shawna Boren and Dan Kent break down this week's sermon by Greg Boyd entitled "Orbiting God." Watch and listen as these two beach bums talk about discipleship, peace, and putting God at the center. There's no itch they won't scratch! 

Woodland Hills Church Sermons Audio Podcast

The story of the fall of Adam and Eve tells us what it means to lose the true center of life, and how when we orbit around a false center we are trapped in the perpetual judgement of others.

Woodland Hills Church Sermons Video Podcast

The story of the fall of Adam and Eve tells us what it means to lose the true center of life, and how when we orbit around a false center we are trapped in the perpetual judgement of others.

Woodland Hills Church
Orbiting God

Woodland Hills Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:35


The story of the fall of Adam and Eve tells us what it means to lose the true center of life, and how when we orbit around a false center we are trapped in the perpetual judgement of others.

Radio D&D
The Lonely Hearts Club - Ep.20: Left Speechless

Radio D&D

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 203:32


The Lonely Hearts begin their investigation into the history of the serial killer, Speechless, visiting her childhood school and speaking to those who knew her. Podcast Artwork: DrawForthArts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/drawfortharts Music (Freemusicarchive.org): Cityscape Backdrop by Jesse Spillane (Attribution 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Jazzy Detective by John Bartmann (Attribution-ShareAlike: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Orbiting a Distant Planet by Quantum Jazz (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) Paved Sky by Jahzzar (Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Private Eye by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Rollin at 5 – 210 – Full by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Serial Killer by John Bartmann (CC0 1.0 Universal: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) Sneaky Detective by John Bartmann (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Sonatina by Kevin MacLeod (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Universe in the Bath by Letmeknowyouanatole (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Vibe Ace by Kevin MacLeod (Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) Where From by Mid-Air Machine (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) Music (Purple-Planet.com): Decay Melancholia Sound Effects (Freesound.org) FM Radio Tuning Sweep by davidbain (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 246:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 9 PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 253:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 9 PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

THE WONDER: Science-Based Paganism
Midsummer/Summer Solstice

THE WONDER: Science-Based Paganism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 34:59


Remember, we welcome comments, questions and suggested topics at thewonderpodcastQs@gmail.com   S3E22 TRANSCRIPT:----more---- Mark: Welcome back to the Wonder Science-based Paganism. My name is Mark, and I'm one of your hosts. Yucca: And I'm Yucca.  And today we're talking about the upcoming atheopagan or a neo pagan Sabbath, which is mid-summer or the summer solstice which is an important station on the wheel of the year. That's celebrated by many pagans all over. Yucca: Right. And as always, it's amazing that we are here already, right. That also marks the halfway through the year.  Mark: Right, right. And this is the third episode that we've done on the mid summer holidays. So, if you're really hungry for lots more content on. On Midsummer, you can go back into our archives and look for those other episodes as.  Yucca: Right. And will probably echo many of the things that we've said. No, both of us have been doing our practices for a long time. And this is one of the big ones that we're that we have a lot of experience and time in. But of course, every year there's going to be something new. There's going to be something fresh to say as well. So we're going to assume that folks haven't heard the past ones, or if you have fit, whole year has gone by. So we're going to talk about all that again.  Mark: Yeah. Think of it as a refresher, if you've heard the other one. Yucca: Well, that's, one of the lovely things about the wheel of the year is that you get to do it again and again, right. You do it. It's not one. time only. And then that's it, right? It's not like one of these rites of passages where, you become an adult once, that's it,  Mark: Yeah. And you've got to get the ritual, right. That one time, right? A little forgiving. Yucca: But this, this is something that happens again and again, and every year there's things that are similar things that are a little bit different. So let's, let's actually start by talking about what is the solstice and Midsummer and all of that.  Mark: Well, let's start with the word. The word solstice means the sun stops. And what, what that means in this particular context is that from the perspective. Being on the surface of the earth, the sun's movement towards the north,  Yucca: From the Northern hemisphere  Mark: the Northern hemisphere reaches its peak on the summer solstice. It gets as high as it's going to go and it kind of stops there for a couple of days. And then it starts to retreat back to the self on its way towards the winter souls. Yucca: Right. And of course, if you are in the Southern hemisphere, it's going to be, the solstices are going to be reversed from the perspective of the Northern hemisphere. Right.  Mark: Right, but it still moves. It still moves to the north end to the south. It's just that moving to the south actually means rather than  Yucca: Yes. Yeah. Just because of think about the, the equator. And so part of what's happening is the, when we zoom out, right? So that's our explanation from being here on the earth, right. As part of the earth, but, just imagine yourself pulling out the camera, zooming back, and we're looking at earth as this planet. Orbiting around our star and we're orbiting around it on a plane, but that plane doesn't match with the tilt of our planet. And that's where we're getting all of our solstices and equinoxes. And all of that is from the relationship between the two planes from there, the ecliptic and the equatorial plane  Mark: So what ends up in of course, one of the effects of that is seasons  Yucca: Yes.  Mark: because climate is dramatically affected by the amount of sunlight and the intensity of sunlight that reaches the surface of. And of course, the heat conviction from that drives weather. It's a very important part of our evolution as life on earth. It's almost unimaginable. What, how different life on earth would have to be if it, if we didn't have those seasons. Yucca: Right. And it's particularly noticeable for those of us who live in the temperate regions. Right So, In the tropics there's, there's going to be less of a temperature swing. There may still be rainy and dry seasons and all of that. But in the temperate zones, we're going to have these extreme differences between. Summer and winter. And that's something that here where I live I'm, at about 36 north or so, I was just noticing as I was walking outside, I didn't put any shoes on and was going, walking across the the ground, which six months ago. I would be, running cause my feet would be freezing on the ground and it's just a, complete. Different experience to be in the exact same place on the planet. Just six months different. Mark: Right with Yucca: Yeah.  Mark: with a temperature swing that can sometimes be a hundred degrees Fahrenheit or more,  Yucca: Right.  Mark: which is. It's not very much in the cosmic scheme of things in terms of the temperatures of stars and the relative temperatures of the surface of other planetary bodies. But for us, it's a huge shift, requires us to be able to adapt to dramatically different temperatures. It makes perfect sense that over the course of human history, people have recognized this day. As a really important day. We have all of these stone age technology observatories, which we have we've we've observed like Stonehenge, for example, which line up precisely would be the sun on the summer solstice. Yucca: And That's all over the world too. right Stone hinges is one of the most famous of them. But in all of the the populated continents, we see that. Mark: That's right in the Americas, both north and south America in in Europe and Asia and Africa everywhere, we, we find these where rocks have been arranged so that they create. Little Ray of light that comes from the rising sun at the summer solstice, which tells us that marking this moment was really important for those early people. Yucca: Right. Cause that was a lot of work to pill those things to plan them too. And year after year to make those observations. One of the things that, that I think we fall into this trap of in modern society is thinking about our ancestors as though. Weren't sophisticated and not very intelligent. And that's simply not the case. They didn't have access to the internet and steam engines and electric cars and all of those things that we do today, but they were just as much if perhaps thought more clever resourceful and. And really observant, right? They had to have been for, to be able to create these things. And we only see this tiny sliver of what's left because the wind and the rain and the forests and all of that have had washed away and grown over the, the records of, of these people who have our many grandparents who came before.  Mark: Yes. Exactly. So, and among other things we don't tend to recognize. The amount of time that it took to develop the observations that would drive the building of an observatory like that. Because when we think about history, we think, especially as Americans, we think in terms of centuries, right. A century or two, well, it may have taken 15 generations for people to finally figure out precisely that the sun was moving. Yucca: Hm.  Mark: And where it was moving and when it was reaching the peak of its movement and how to arrange some sort of an observatory to capture that, that experience Yucca: And record that for the coming years to get it built in just the right place. I mean, it's a, it's amazing. Mark: it is,  Yucca: that's one of the many things I wish we had a time machine for just to be able to watch that. Right. So many things, it would be great to have that for, so it would be. Yeah. What a field to go into and study. I'm sure. I'm sure some of our listeners, if any of you actually are in that field, we would love to, to bring you on and pick your brains on that kind of stuff.  Mark: Yeah. Yeah. Archeology generally is just really excited.  Yucca: Yeah.  Mark: This was an important date. It was important for the people that made these observatories for whatever purposes they had, whether it was marking the migrate that the migration periods of prey animals, or whether it was marking the the planting and growth cycles of crop vegetation. This particular holiday or, or even if it was just, well, this is a really great time because the days are really long. can, we can be a lot more productive because our, Yucca: Right.  Mark: because, enjoying ourselves, we tend to think of as a sort of extraneous human activity because we live under capitalism, which doesn't value it. If it doesn't get painted. But actually just goofing off and having a good time is a fundamental human behavior.  Yucca: And really hits.  Mark: we do it alone. And it's good for us. Yucca: Yeah. And I would argue that that's a primate thing too, right. That, that, that became part of us long before we became human, because we see it in our cousins and all of them. Right. So, Yeah, And so this is, this is a day that, many of us don't live in. Hunting societies anymore, or we don't live where many of us live in an industrial world where we're not participating in the agricultural cycles and all of that, but it's something that. When we are paying attention and that's something that, that we, as atheopagan appreciate doing, right. That's part of our practice is being part of, of the world around us and nature that we're part of, this is something that we can recognize as well. That really helps us to be tuned in with our world because. Mark: Right. Yucca: It's there it's happening. We're part of it, whether we recognize it or not, but we get a lot from the recognition of it and the act of participation in it.  Mark: absolutely. The and this is one of those circumstances, like the winter solstice, those long dark nights. These these bright long days with the, with the lady evenings and the, the, the sort of long golden hours at the end of the day, I think we all recognize how much we value that time. In the temperate zone, when those of us that do experience that whether or not we understand that it's the summer solstice, we know that the days get long in the summer and then it's, it's something that we can really enjoy. So why don't we talk a little bit about what this means symbolically what, how, how we how we apply, meaning to this astronomical phenomenon that happens to us every year. Yucca: So there's of course the. The kind of traditional stuff that many people who are influenced by Gardner and all of those that that's kind of taking up after what's happening in Britain. Right. And then in Britain, it, it is kind of getting into mid stage. Right for where I live. This is the beginning of summer. This is our first summer. It really didn't feel like summer here until last week really is when it, it felt like it shifted. Sometimes it'll shift a little earlier. It'll will shift in mid may, sometimes the by June. Yeah, it's summer, but it's certainly not the middle of summer. But in our practice, we look around it, Hey, what's happening in the world? What's happening in our ecosystem and this is the time where insects have just really. Just woken up. And we have cicadas here and they are cicadas have different sounds in different places. But here they, they sound like the Dalek from doctor who, right. Th they're not shouting exterminate, they're shouting, like Sam made with me. It's just really It's quite entertaining. And then the whole night is the crickets and the bees are out and just life is just, it's bloomed and it's amazing. So they, they definitely play this really central role for us. I know a lot of people use like sunflowers and symbology like that. Those aren't ready, where I live. Right. Sunflowers are not until later on in July and August. And, and, and we were talking about before about, this is kind of like a calm before the storm of, before the harvest starts for us. It's finishing, getting everything planted because our last frost isn't until mid may. Right? So now we can finally, everything's getting in and it's, it is kind of a busy time, but there's also that. Stretched out long laziness, not just appreciation of the laziness.  Mark: Yeah, that's really one of the main things that I associate with Midsummer is the it's, it's a, it's a leisurely time in many ways. The gardens are mostly in, around here. Sunflower is still haven't bloomed though. They won't bloom until, late July, something like that. This, this is the time of year when people go to the beach and have a barbecue kind of, it's just, the days are long and it's, it's. It's a time when it's very tempting to play hooky and just go and do something enjoyable. Lots of sitting around on decks and patios, drinking wine and visiting with friends and just, just enjoying life. And so I've sometimes called this holiday, the Sabbath of leisure because it, it really feels like that to me in the agricultural cycle. Around here and to some degree in the British Isles as well. This is the time when all the planting is done and it's not, nothing is ready to harvest. So it's mostly just kind of waiting around, and, and enjoying the early fruit, the peaches and plums and apricots and cherries and things like that. We have a lot of that going on right now. But from a meaning standpoint, I also associate the wheel of the year with the life cycle of a person. From conception to full composting. So the, the whole, the whole life cycle, not just the time when we're alive and I consider this to be the holiday of adult vigor, maybe in the thirties or so. Thirties to early forties, not middle-aged yet really kind of at the height of your powers before your body starts to hurt. And  Yucca: You're getting lots of stuff done in your life, whether it's the career family or both, all that stuff.  Mark: yeah, there's, there are plans being executed and you're really kind of on top of your game. So I, I consider this a time to celebrate those spokes in the same way that Mayday or belting is a time to celebrate young adulthood. This is the sort of full adulthood holiday. And then dimming or summer's end at the beginning of August is the time to celebrate the middle east. Yucca: Okay.  Mark: when we're starting to tip down towards elderly men. So it's a good time to do rites of passage into, out of young adulthood and into full adulthood. If that's something that's meaningful to you. And also a time just to celebrate pleasure to celebrate the, the, the joy of just being leisurely and. Enjoying these long golden days. Yucca: Mm.  Mark: So, let's talk about some projects that we can do that help with celebrating these holidays. I know that you decorate your house. What, what sorts of things do you put around your house? Yucca: We do. So we do a lot of insect and arthropod themed things. And we have a solstice, the summer solstice Garland that we put up that is like honeycomb and bees, the bees that we put up. So that really makes the it's very playful. And they, the kids So this year, we're going to try and make some big kind of like papier-mache ones. But in the past, we've just had like big paper, just like cut out and have them color it in and learn about the different parts in lifecycle and all of that. So we'll do that kind of thing. And then we also do do gifts for similar solstice as well. And it's very cute this year. My oldest is really into it and has been making the gifts, but they're not, we might buy a couple things like a book or something like that, but it really is about making gifts for people. And so she's. Everyone that she couldn't think of in her life that she's sick know, she's like, I'm going to make it and wrap it. And, and and then she wants to hang it with the Garland and all of that. So that's a a big part for us and then bringing in the plants and things that we're finding in nature. So yeah. Mark: That's really great. Is there an equivalent to hanging up a stocking for the summer solstice,  Yucca: Well, that's  Mark: in 10. Yucca: the, yeah, we don't, I mean, that's a good idea. I like that. We've definitely been, I mean, we've been hanging things from the, the honeycomb with the bees. But I, maybe we should make something a little bit more formal because I think in the feature it's gonna start to get a little bit heavy as they add different kinds of things. And. Maybe hats. Yeah. Ooh, that would be good. Right? Like the big, because we were the, the big straw hats, because we are We don't have a lot of melanin. We have very little, and we live at 7,000 feet with a UV index of about 10 every day. So yeah, there's, we've got hats all over, but maybe that's a great idea. Well, have we, maybe we need our special solstice hats or straw hats. So, yeah.  Mark: Was just thinking something at the opposite end of the body from the toes. Yucca: Right. Well, and that might be able to fit something, but then not encourage you to have too big of a thing. Some stockings to people have are good fit. My whole body practically in those stockings are impressive. So.  Mark: Yeah, that's true. People do get carried away with that sort of thing.  Yucca: Well, and that's actually, one of the reasons we wanted to do presence at solstice is to take a little bit of the commercial power away from the winter of the Christmas. right. And go, yeah. So this is a sort of the, it's not all about that. There's other times of year. And then it works out quite lovely that birthdays and our family are all spread out on like each season has a birthday. So Mark: Oh, Yucca: Yeah. So we try and kind of spread that and make it just smaller things and try and make them a little bit more meaningful rather than just like all the presents you can get, still working on the grandparents, like getting that it's hard for the grandparents to, to accept that. But yeah. So what about any house or are you doing particular decorations or themes that you have. Mark: Not so much decorations. We have a little altar space. I mean, I have my personal focus, which I decorate for the seasons. And so I'll put a. Kind of seasonal things, sun symbols and stuff like that on my personal focus. Sometimes we have a reef on our front doors sometimes not I don't know whether it will do that or not this year. I, I have a ritual tool that I up date every year at summer solstice, which is my son broom. Which starts with a, a piece of Oak branch that I found at a local state park. And then it has long strands of wild ride that I've cut down bound around it to make a big shaky sort of brew. And what I do every year is I cut down some new strands and add those to the brew and then retire everything. So it's got all this accumulated summer souls to see by magic woowoo stuff in it associated in my mind. And I leave it out in the sun all day on the summer solstice and it becomes my son.  Yucca: Hm.  Mark: I can use, like at the height of winter, when things are feeling really sort of dismal and cold and dark, I can wave that around, inside my house to bring some of the vibe of the warm days back. And it works, it works it's it it's, it's one of those wonderful spicy psychology things that we do. And so, that is a tool that I have always put on the focus for Midsummer celebrations as well as, seasonal fruits and other sorts of symbols of just this leisure time. We're doing a, the, the affinity group, the atheopagan affinity group for Northern California, that I'm a part of is meeting in person to do a mid summer ritual next weekend. And we are going to scope the, the maximum point of, of the sun to the north. And market market with chalk on the ground. And then also do the minimal point all the way, all the way to the south, which is where the winter solstice would be, so that we can see the difference, mark them on the ground with chalk so that we can see the difference. And then what we're doing is we are all bringing water from our homes and we're going to pour all of those integrated. And then dance a circle, dance, and sing a chant around that, and then use that water to water the garden. Yucca: That's beautiful. Wow.  Mark: So, it's, it's definitely the time of year when you need to water the garden. It was a hundred degrees here yesterday.  Yucca: Oh,  Mark: So it's it's time to be taking care of our plants in that. Yucca: yeah. Mulch  Mark: Yeah. Yucca: That nice protective cover mulches kind of like the. You can in the summer it's that, sweet, cool relief. Although I don't know how cool it gets for you during the summer when we, if you have your a hundred degrees, how much does it drop at night?  Mark: Typically into the fifties last night, it dropped into the high sixties. Yucca: Okay, so you have a nice, a nice swing there cools down. You might need to bring a sweater with you,  Mark: we don't have a lot of, of humidity, although to you, it would probably seem like we do.  Yucca: Yes.  Mark: And I got back from the century retreat that the air was not only like syrup, because it was so dense here at sea level, but also because it smelled, everything smelled like water. There was water. And even though we're in this Mediterranean climate, but that's not the same thing as being up at Alpine elevation in the desert west. Yucca: I've been in your area twice, but it's both times has been during your wet season. That was in February, March kind of. And I remember it feeling very wet.  Mark: it was very, very, very wet in February. Yucca: yes. In fact, I remember the, the afternoon rains, which were scheduled to be getting ours here. When I was a child, June was the beginning of the monsoon season. But that has been changing our monsoon season as being, compressing and pressing. So, hopefully we'll get something, but you're what you were talking about with the. Reminded me of was that idea. My oldest had, who likes to make up holidays, I think a few weeks back, I told you about the sneak holiday and all of that. But she wants to do the first rain, which I think is such a beautiful idea of, we could go out and catch some from the first monsoon rain and have like a special bottle. And the two of them could pick out their bottles to store it in. And of course we, we live on rainwater, right. We don't have a well or anything like that. So we're drinking rainwater all the time, but just the act of catching it and having it be like the special thing Mark: I do that. Yucca: season.  Mark: I do that with big storms.  Yucca: Hmm.  Mark: We have a really big storm that pours six or seven inches of rain on us. I could put out a basin to collect it, and then I pour it into a fancy bottle and keep it.  Yucca: Yeah.  Mark: And the reason that I do that is that in the fall at Hallo. One of the things that I like to do is to pour water from a big storm, into a dry Creek bed to call the ringback,  Yucca: Yeah.  Mark: Which sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't like all of those things, but it makes me feel better that I'm something in quotes about our, our drought situation. Yucca: Well, and it gives you something to emotionally touch in with, right. And that's what these items, that's for us, that's what the decorating the house is about. It's what the wood, all of that is for is. The state of mind, the emotional state that I feel and the family feels and the whole house, when we see those things just for a moment, right. We see the, the oversized, child drawn be on the wall and that means something right. And that pebble that we picked up outside and, it just brings us back and just keeps us. Grounded as part of this planet, not just on this planet, not just living off of it, but part of this system,  Mark: Sure. Sure. Yeah. And there's also this very childlike sense of wonder that comes with it. Like, oh, it's that time again? And there's, there's always something special. W with a new holiday and that's, I mean, to me, the, the way that we can enrich our lives just by celebrating these, these passing seasons is so important. It just, it helps us to be happier,  Yucca: Right.  Mark: being happy, a good. Yucca: And it's. Helps to slow things down just a little bit. So if you remember when you were a kid a year lasted forever, right. And part of that was because your life experience was so short, right. From seven to eight, that was a huge chunk of your life. But as we get older, things become more and more the same every day. And one of, and, This realization was distressing me several years back. And so I did a lot of research on it and found that one of the leading ideas is that it's because of the lack of nuance that when we add new things in, we add those new experiences that helps slow down our perception of, of how quickly the years are just flying by. And that's something that I've intentionally tried to add into my life. And. It feels like it's working, right. I mean, it's kind of, it's a back and forth. It's sort of like, there's the, the clumping of the galaxies and yet the expansion of the universe, gravity and dark energy fighting each other. So it's like, I think I'm making progress, but maybe not, I'm not sure. That's one of the things that our, that our practice can help do is bring some of that novelty. And so bringing that back to the holiday. So this is a point in the year that we come back to every year and there's going to be those things that are similar every year, but there is the opportunity for the, oh this year, I'm going to go on a walk and I'm going to notice, the particular. Mosses that are every mosque that I can find on my walk and celebrate that. Or every, can I find a new insect that I have no idea what insect it is, let alone what family or order it even comes from. Right. Just do things like that. I think that that, that can add a lot to, you're gonna have a tradition of doing new things, right.  Mark: Yep. That's very well said. That is certainly consistent with the reason why I do this practice. It lends a sense of meaning and a sense of joy and playfulness to my life. And all of those are, are good things. And then in. In the broader sense with the atheopagan community. It also gives me a sense of community, a feeling of belonging, and of being a part of a group of people who are of generally like-mind and values and who like one another and like spending time together. So that's a cool thing. I'm still thinking a lot about the century retreat. And I was on the Saturday morning mixer that we do on zoom. Every Saturday morning and three, I think four, four of the people, five of the people that were on that call were people that had been at the century retreat. And all of us were talking still about how we're integrating that. And particularly the feeling of. Not having as deeper connection with people in our day-to-day lives and wanting more of that. And how do we build how we find friendships and, build them, develop them.  Yucca: Right,  Mark: So that may be something that we'll talk about in a future episode. Yucca: right. Yeah. And we also did for future episodes let's get some really wonderful suggestions through the email. So we really, we really love that and we'll, we will be talking about some of those and appreciate when you reach out to us about that. So thank you everyone. Yeah.  Mark: Right. And if you haven't heard it before, way to reboot is the wonder podcast. Q S. gmail.com. So the wonder podcast queues@gmail.com and we really enjoy getting your feedback and your topic suggestions. It's very helpful to us. So happy Midsummer, Yucca. Yucca: Likewise, mark. Happy summer happy first summer have MOUs myths. What else people call it litho sometimes, right? Yeah, there's another one of those. There's a bunch of names for it. But at least it's one of the ones that, has the astronomical name that we could say. And everybody knows what we're talking about. Solstice. Yeah. So, and Dawn is very early. This time of year, right? This is this next few weeks. It's going to be the earliest of the year where I live. It's five 30. But if you do do some sort of ritual where you wake up to greet the Dawn the visible planets are in the morning sky right now, and it is it's so beautiful there, like Juul is hanging in the sky and definitely worth worse. Getting up for. If you can manage, or some people might find it easier to stay up for depending on your personality. But that could be a lovely idea for, For the solstice, right. Greeting the sun in the morning. And then in the evening, bidding at farewell for the solstice. Mark: For sure.  Yucca: Yeah.  Mark: All right. Well, thanks everyone. And we will see you next week on the wonder science-based paganism.

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
"IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW"

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 252:00


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Green Pastures Devotions
Torah, Torah, Torah! Or, Orbiting the Giant Hairball - 5.27.22

Green Pastures Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 10:07


GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 253:00


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Innovation Now
Orbiting Lunar Home

Innovation Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022


Starting with two foundational units, the Power and Propulsion Element and the Habitation and Logistics Outpost, Gateway will be a place for Artemis astronauts to call home.

WRS Podcast Network
The War Room: Orbiting a Foggy Planet (Ep. 625)

WRS Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 86:23


Join us for another briefing in The War Room! On this episode, we'll discuss... - 2022 NFL Draft recap - Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs - NBA Awards - The Sixers without Embiid - Dave Chappelle attacked - Ja Morant rising - Ben Simmons need a backiotomy ...and MUCH more!!! "This portion of the revolution will not be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen!" Don't miss it!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/war-room-sports-llc/message

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW: "GEORGE ORWELL'S 1984"

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 234:00


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GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW: "GEORGE ORWELL'S 1984 PT.1"

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 229:00


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GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 250:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

Trenton Waves Podcast
Orbiting Trenton with Mike Ranallo

Trenton Waves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022


Michael Ranallo, Trenton resident and local government watchdog, sits in the studio with the Sasso's this week to discuss Trenton, government, and the superhero he relates to the most.​Right click on "DOWNLOAD FILE" and click "OPEN LINK IN NEW TAB" or Left click on "DOWNLOAD FILE" to download to your computer or mobile device, then play file from there.  An Interview with Michael RanalloFile Size: 45578 kbFile [...]

WDW News Tonight
Sci-Fi Dine-In Special: Inside the Magic & Disney Food Blog Headlines, Orbiting Oreos Mixology

WDW News Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 98:39


TONIGHT! You've read WDW News Today, now it's time for WDW News Tonight! Hosted by Tom Corless and Nick LoCicero, WDW News Tonight is a live, weekly program that combines the latest headlines, comedy, trending vacation topics, call-in games, and in-depth discussions to bring Disney fans a one-of-a-kind, 2-hour program covering the Disney Parks. You...

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 189:00


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GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 253:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 248:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

The Daily Space
Thirty Comets Spotted Orbiting Alien Star

The Daily Space

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 20:40 Very Popular


Using data from TESS, a new paper presents evidence for the discovery of thirty potential comets orbiting in the Beta Pictoris system. Plus, astrobiology research, water on the Moon, solar system formation, and a review of “The Adam Project” starring Ryan Reynolds.

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 220:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 237:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9  

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW

GEORGIA GOSSIP INC. PRESENTS THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW, THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 238:00


DON NICOLEONE SHOW IS THE MOST DYNAMIC SHOW ORBITING THE PLANET EARTH!! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW BROADCAST LIVE WEEKDAYS 12-4PM EST ON WGAG RADIO! CALL IN AND SPEAK TO DON NICOLEONE LIVE 1.515.605.9828 OR 1.425.569.5274 DON NICOLEONE IS IN THE ORDER OF THE SYBILLINE ORACLES SINCE 1982, THE ANCIENT AND MYSTIC ORDER OF SINCE 1996, THE ANCIENT EGIPTIAN ORDER SINCE 2001, AS WELL AS ASTARA MYSTIC ORDER SINCE 1976, THE GRAND DRAGON OF THE ORDER OF THE DRAGON SINCE 2002, AND SINCE 2002 THE SUPREME AL MUFTA "DIVA" OF THE AL MAHDI SHRINERS THE ONLY WOMAN CHOSEN BY THE GRAND AL MUFTI "DIVAN" IMPERIAL GRAND POTENTATE NOBLE: REV. DR. MALACHI Z. YORK-EL "AS SAYYID ISSA AL HAADI AL MAHDI" OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL OF SHRINERS, INC. HEAD OF THE COUNCIL OF 9

No Blackout Dates
S2, Ep. 26: Expatriating And The Life Of An "Orbiting Spouse"

No Blackout Dates

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 37:12


AJ Kinney coins a new phrase for us on today's pod. The “orbiting spouse” is someone who moves somewhere because their partner got a sweet job offer – and ends up loving it so much that they full-on expatriate. AJ and his wife moved to Grand Cayman from Minnesota, a sharp lifestyle change from hunting and camping to fishing and fruity cocktails. AJ joins the pod to discuss expat life during Covid and after, what it's like to live somewhere totally different than everything you're used to, and how the biggest fish he ever caught didn't actually qualify as a catch – and we're sure it's totally not a myth.While Eben is out on a film shoot in Saudi Arabia, AJ fills in for Hot Takes – where TSA is discussed at length. We learn that technically, guacamole is a gel, and therefore can't pass through security, but whole avocados are just fine. Tim explains why his knife set at home is missing one steak knife. And the pair also note their biggest pet peeves at restaurants and why the world would be a better place if everyone had to spend at least one year in the service industry. Relevant links: The 9 most popular fishing lies ever told How to expatriate to the Cayman Islands Visit Cayman Islands AJ's Instagram Tim's Instagram Eben's Saudi-fied Instagram News of the Day: This airport security scanner could end carry-on liquid restrictions BONUS: The 20 happiest countries in the world in 2022