Orbital gravitationally curved path of an object around a point in outer space; circular or elliptical path of one object around another object
In this episode, I address the growing fallout from the scandalous raid of Mar a Lago. I also addressing breaking news about the troubling case. News Picks: Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where. More on the alleged informant. Troubling questions about the raid on Mar a Lago. IRS job posting for Criminal Investigation agent: 'Be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.' Middle-class Americans to bear brunt of IRS audits under Dem inflation bill, analysis shows. Fed study: Ending pandemic unemployment aid spurred 'substantial rise' in employment. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Now THIS is a wacky episode! Double rare "Video Game Console"...check. Less then 10 commercial games released...check. An unfinished emulator...check. Only PART of ONE commercial game works...check. We have to dig into the HOMEBREW scene for a game...CHECK! That's right folks, it's NUON time, and we're giving it a whirl! Join Amigo Aaron and the Brent for Decaying Orbit and SPACE INVADERS XL! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amigospodcast/message
Now THIS is a wacky episode! Double rare "Video Game Console"...check. Less then 10 commercial games released...check. An unfinished emulator...check. Only PART of ONE commercial game works...check. We have to dig into the HOMEBREW scene for a game...CHECK! That's right folks, it's NUON time, and we're giving it a whirl! Join Amigo Aaron and the Brent for Decaying Orbit and SPACE INVADERS XL! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arg-presents/support
KEI DUBB Kei Dubb is a Jamaican-born jazz-fusion and reggae-soul, multi-hyphenate creative entrepreneur who writes, produces, and performs her own music. She took the plunge and started her professional career in the South of France (Montpellier). Since then, she has graced numerous stages internationally and her talents have garnered her local and international media coverage, one (1) US State Department Professional Fellowship (YLAI), and other accolades. Kei Dubb is also the mentee of former reggae great the late great Fredric Nathaniel "Toots" Hibbert of grammy-winning Toots and the Maytals. Much of her approach now to taking the reigns of her music career into her own hands as an independent artiste is due to the wisdom and training he deposited in her.***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** BARBARA CRAIG Barbara Craig is a Dublin based artist, musician and composer from Ireland and she has dropped an album called Integrity which is officially released on 19th August on all major platforms. Her website is barbaracraig.co.uk and there is currently an early bird price for the album right now so get it while it is low. Three of the tracks are attached below here. Orbit is featuring the UK rapper +44West, Out of the Blue is a morning song she has written to brighten up everyone's day and Believe It is a song about pickup lines and just a track that was written for fun - and is essentially a bit of. a party song!!!
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #OuterSpaceTreaty: #Russia: #Iran. Surrogate spying in Low Earth Orbit. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center www.npolicy.org https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/russia-to-launch-spy-satellite-for-iran-but-use-it-first-over-ukraine/ar-AA10jcrR
Kammerer, Annettewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MittagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
OK so times may be light on direct Sabres news, but thankfully the hockey world hasn't completely gone to sleep. Considering what happened at the University of Michigan and now former coach Mel Pearson, it fired up a conversation about prospect goalie and presumptive UM starter Erik Portillo. Lance and Joe discuss if Pearson's dismissal can and will affect Portillo and his status at UM and if it's a way for the Sabres to jump in and sign him to a contract to lock him in. The guys also dig into what happened with the Wolverines, how there are Sabres connections all over the place, and what would they do with goaltending within ranks if Portillo did decide to sign his entry-level deal with Buffalo now.Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback. These finely written artisanal show notes were finely curated for your consumption.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
You can also read and listen to this episode on our blog: https://islamic-audio-book.com/11-orbits-and-the-rotating-universe/ The universe functions within a finely-tuned order, just like the wheels in a factory. Celestial bodies follow specific paths, and the Solar System and even other galaxies exhibit considerable motion around other centres. The earth follows an orbit around the sun that deviates only 2.8 millimetres from a direct course. If the deviation were any larger, the earth would freeze. The Qur'an indicates that heavenly bodies have cyclical systems and that they rotate around their own axes. At the time the Qur'an was revealed, people had no telescopes or advanced observation technology.
Schon vor dem russischen Angriff auf die Ukraine haben Politiker gefordert, die europäische Raumfahrt neu zu denken: Europa brauche bessere Trägerraketen. Auch eine eigene Megakonstellation aus hunderten Satelliten für sicheres Internet gilt vielen als Gebot. Aber wie ausgereift sind diese Pläne?Von Karl Urbanwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Ein Arbeitstag von zwölf Stunden, Samstag steht Sport und putzen an, nur am Sonntag hat man frei – klingt nicht so verlockend, doch "jeder Tag ist eigentlich voll mit irgendwelchen Höhepunkten", findet Matthias Maurer. Sein Job: Astronaut auf der Internationalen Raumstation. Über seine Zeit auf der ISS spricht er mit Axel Dorloff.
Last updated : 2022.08.05 The latest news from home and abroad, with a close eye on Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula in particular
This time around, I'm very pleased to welcome back one of my guests from this show's very first season, Valerie Valdes (@valerievaldes), to talk about the conclusion of her Chilling Effect trilogy, Fault Tolerance, which just released this Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022! Val reads to us from the opening chapter, which leads us into a lively discussion of video game tropes, fanfic, screenwriting, and who Val mains in Super Smash Bros. Things we mention in this episode: Val's first-season episode Chilling Effect, by Valerie Valdes Garrus Mass Effect Fix-it fic Thane Chekhov's gun Mario Kart Mad Max: Fury Road Portal Super Smash Bros Pokémon Transformers Assassin's Orbit, by John Appel The Memory War series, by Karen Osborne Megan E. O'Keefe K.B. Wagers The NeoG series, by K.B. Wagers Annihilation Aria, by Mike Underwood Imperial Radch trilogy, by Ann Leckie The Machineries of Empire, by Yoon Ha Lee D.J. Older Mike Chen Rebecca Roanhorse Doctor Aphra, by Alyssa Wong Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Rarepair Austin Walker Five plus one fic Harold (improv) Conrad Verner Tekken 2 Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Jigglypuff Link Zelda/Sheik Samus Kirby Shang Tsung Tron Bonne Servbot Roll Jill Marth Mr. Game & Watch Horizon Zero Dawn Hades Val's twitch Guardians of the Galaxy (2021) Girl by Moonlight Blades in the Dark Magical girl genre Persona series Serial Experiments Lain Brandon O'Brien Mike Underwood Iori Kusano Jeoi Gawain Lin ArvanEleron on twitch Arvan Eleron's Youtube channel Stone the Crows, by Grant Howitt Friends at the Table Partizan Beam Saber, by Austin Ramsay Scum and Villainy Ms Marvel Our Flag Means Death Moon Knight Knights and Bikes Join us again next time, when Rem Wigmore will be returning to the show!
Welcome to Off The Beat & Track Podcast with me Stu Whiffen.This episodes special guest is the legendary William OrbitI met with William remotely and we had a wonderful chat, talking about growing up, school, creativity, clubbing, some great records and so much moreHope you enjoy this chat and if you do please feel free to support the podcast herehttps://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack orwww.patreon.com/offthebeatandtrackOTBAT is proudly sponsored by www.hotelchocolat.com Please also subscribe and follow the podcast on the social media links belowOff The Beat & Trackwww.offthebeatandtrackpodcast.comhttps://twitter.com/beatandtrackpodhttps://www.facebook.com/offthebeatandtrackpodcast/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/offthebeatandtrack.
Sharon Miller joins the Life in Orbit podcast and shares her new book, The Cost of Control. Sharon helps us discover the real power God has given us in Christ, to exercise influence over ourselves and our lives. We break down the cost of control, why we crave it, the anxiety it gives and the real power God promises us. “Everywhere I looked, I saw anxiety, I saw it in the people in our church, I saw it on social media, I saw it in our politics, I saw it on the news. And once I saw it, I couldn't unsee it, so I wanted to understand what was going on and trace the threads back to what it all meant. When the pandemic robbed us of certainty and predictability, it laid bare an idol that had been strangling us, invisibly, for years. Why is our culture chronically anxious? One major factor is our relationship with control.” - Sharon Miller The Cost of Control SHOW NOTES
It's time to shirk off that waged labour, for at least a couple of days, and dive head first into a cool pool of climate fiction. On this first foray into a Summer Book Club our Lucy Burke and friend of the pod Sam Knights , discuss their favourite climate reads of the summer and the political power that fantastic fiction can have on the world. You'll find all the books mentioned below and we hope you find at least a weekend to imagine what a better would could look like. links Margaret Atwood, Oryx and Crake (2003) @ViragoBooks Ghassan Kanafani, Men in the Sun (1962) Lynne Rienner Publishers, second edition,1998 (not currently in print but available second hand)Barbara Kingsolver, Animal Dreams (1990), @HarperCollins Richard Lanchester, The Wall (2019) @FaberBooks https://www.faber.co.uk/journal/the-wall-by-john-lanchester-read-the-first-chapter/ Imbola Mbue, How Beautiful We Were (2021), Penguin Random House @penguinrandom William Morris, News from Nowhere (1890) Penguin Classics @PenguinClassics Ruth Ozeki, All Over Creation (2002), Canongate Canons @canongatebooks Richard Powers, The Overstory (2018) @VintagebooksKim Stanley Robinson Ministry For the Future (2020), Orbit, @orbitbooks check out our episode with Stanley here Neil Zink, The Wallcreeper (2014) @HarperCollinsThese are the books that we mentioned in passing:Edward Abbey, The Monkey Wrench Gang (1975) Penguin Modern Classics @PenguinBooks Amitav Ghosh, The Great Derangement (2016), University of Chicago Press @UChicagoPress Sahar Khalifeh, Wild Thorns (1976), Simon and Schuster @simonschuster https://www.simonandschuster.co.uk/books/Wild-Thorns/Sahar-Khalifeh/9781623710798 Ian McKewan, Solar (2010), Vintage Classics @VintagebooksJenny Offill, Weather (2020), Granta Books @GrantaBooks Jules Verne, The Purchase of the North Pole (1889) CreateSpace Independent Publishing Isobel Wohl, Cold New Climate (2021), Weatherglass Books, @WeatherglassBksSupport the show
When French author Jules Verne wrote Around the World in 80 Days in the late 1800s, scheduled global travel was practically science fiction, and 80 days seemed impossibly fast. But his techno-futurist novel inspired everyday adventurers to traverse the globe by boat, train, bike, and foot—and beat his protagonist's record. Harvard professor Joyce Chaplin discusses what we can learn from Jules Verne's classic novel. Joyce Chaplin is the James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History at Harvard University. She is the author of Round About The Earth: Circumnavigation from Magellan to Orbit. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
When French author Jules Verne wrote Around the World in 80 Days in the late 1800s, scheduled global travel was practically science fiction, and 80 days seemed impossibly fast. But his techno-futurist novel inspired everyday adventurers to traverse the globe by boat, train, bike, and foot—and beat his protagonist's record. Harvard professor Joyce Chaplin discusses what we can learn from Jules Verne's classic novel. Joyce Chaplin is the James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History at Harvard University. She is the author of Round About The Earth: Circumnavigation from Magellan to Orbit. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Welcome to August where we're just a bit a month away from starting a new season. And here you thought it was the heart of summer, didn't you? Autumn doesn't sleep... it waits... but Lance and Joe made sure you don't have to wait for more hockey to talk about.This week, the guys address a couple of questions: "Why aren't they in on (insert player name here)?"and"Which player DON'T we get asked about on radio/pod appearances?"Listen, we're not going to spoil the answers for you here in the show notes, but you will enjoy the answers and the slightly shorter length of this week's episode.Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback. These finely written artisanal show notes were finely curated for your consumption.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
NASA is planning to fly a drone in the atmosphere of the second largest natural satellite in the solar system, Saturn's Titan. What is that drone going to look like, how is it going to get there and what sort of science is it going to do when it gets there?It's an audacious project, and we take a look here.Follow Cosmic Coffee Time on Twitter for some special contenttwitter.com/CosmicCoffTimeYou can request a topic for the show! Or even just say hi!We'd love to hear from you.Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Orbit in Sonic Gravity and you will know that kinetic energy bends time--the soul mate of spacetime--the equivalent and indistinguishable from the commonly understood phenomenon that the potential of mass energy, according to Newton's Law of Gravitation, bends space. And when you see that kinetic energy bends time by a process known as time dilation, and the Higgs field, charged with leashing all the matter and energy to our instance of Planck Time, is stretched by that dilation . . . then you will understand that quantum gravity is negative energy density--tension in the Higgs string caused by changes in kinetic energy . . . a.k.a. inertia, and you will know that you are viewing the universe through the eyes of a madman. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RerYywAnpRY
Pour a cold Devil Anse IPA, grab an Oscar Burger, and drop the needle on your favorite used vinyl from Orbit's Records as we are joined by the man behind it all - Jason Beter. Rub Preparation H in your eyes and call your mother to tell her about the time you lost your virginity because this one gets wild. We deconstruct Little Deborah's famous snack cakes like psychopaths while stealing baseball signs and watching Star Whores on VHS. Bonus points for watching the video this round as Orbit (the actual dog) makes an appearance! Stay tuned for Part II of The Dark Knight: Pounded in Clown Town. #CAMOEnergy #CliffordTheBigRedDong #DildoBaggins #ChristmasTreeCakes
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #PRC: Asteroid defense is weaponizing Earth orbit and the Moon. Brandon Weichert of The Weichert Report and author of "Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3186279/china-plans-turning-moon-outpost-defending-earth-asteroids-say
A Saturn V liftoff is spectacular, and the launch of Apollo 11 was no exception. But it didn't give the audience any surprises. To the three Gemini-experienced pilots, who likened the sensation to the boost of a Titan II, it was a normal launch. Homepage with Pics
Orbit in Sonic Gravity and see the universe through the eyes of a madman . . . on the verge of a new pandemic, a new vaccine shortage, and the certainty of a life otherwise no less complicated, we know perspective is our reality . . . choose your perspective and shape your reality.
A.M. Edition for July 25. Russia's invasion of Ukraine is changing the relationship between Moscow and its Central Asian allies. WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich explains that Kazakhstan is rethinking Russia's privileged position in its foreign policy, creating a potential opening for countries like the U.S., Turkey and China to expand their influence in the region. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
And you thought the summer would be boring... A Sabres division rival went out and made the biggest NHL trade in years and it helped make a competitor a lot more difficult to play against. So... A) How will this affect things in the division? and B) Why weren't the Sabres in on Matthew Tkachuk?! Lance and Joe dig into it to an extent that may make you uncomfortable.New old friend Arttu Ruotsalainen is off to Switzerland. How do you sum up his time in the Buffalo organization? Missed opportunity? Never had a chance? Will he be the next guy to go the Lawrence Pilut route? That's a lot of questions for the end of July... So the guys close it out talking about the standouts from Sabres development camp.Oh... there may have been new-time, Ralph-era reminiscing that nearly derailed the pod completely somewhere in the middle... You'll catch it when you hear it, trust that.Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback. These finely written artisanal show notes were finely curated for your consumption.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: #NorthKorea: #OuterSpaceTreaty: War game in Earth Orbit, 2029. Henry Sokolski, Nonprliferation Policy Education Center https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outer_Space_Treaty
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #NorthKorea: #OuterSpaceTreaty: War game in Earth Orbit, 2029 A.D.. Henry Sokolski, Nonprliferation Policy Education Center https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outer_Space_Treaty
Weltraumschrott im Orbit der Erde ist ein zunehmendes Problem für die Raumfahrt. Das Deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt hat heute in Empfingen im Schwarzwald ein neues Observatorium eröffnet. Das Ziel: Weltraumschrott per Laser besser überwachen.
THE BLACK KNIGHT SATELLITE In 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1. It was the first satellite in Earth's orbit. Or was it? For over a hundred years, an object has been seen, heard and *photographed* by people all around the world. This object became known as the Black Knight Satellite. The signals coming from the Black Knight Satellite have been decoded. And if the translation is correct, it's been watching us for 13,000 years. The existence of the Black Knight Satellite has been confirmed by astronauts, but covered up by governments. It's been filmed by astronomers, but the film erased. Supporters of the Black Knight Satellite have been shunned and ridiculed, but now they're speaking up. Let's find out why.
At last, we're in free agency and at last it's already just about over. So what the heck did the Sabres do? Well... they took care of the areas they had to. Lance and Joe do a lot of talking about new goalie Eric Comrie and what Kevyn Adams and company's thoughts are in adding him as the new top guy. There's also a new deal for Victor Olofsson, a new right defenseman in Ilya Lyubushkin, and lots of new defensemen to get to work for Rochester. The guys dig into what all these moves mean for both the Sabres and Amerks and their rosters and lineups in general. They may have been light on signings, but we're heavy on discussion -- just the way you like it.Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
Thomas Wagner und Mike Kleiß hatten zwar einen tollen Urlaub, aber es verging kein Tag ohne den Gedanken an diesen Podcast. Zu viele Themen flogen durch den Fußball-Orbit, über die man kontrovers hätte diskutieren können. Es hat sich also einiges angestaut in den letzten Wochen. Für beide kaum alleine zu bewältigen. Deshalb haben sich Thomas und Mike für den Auftakt der Saison prominente Verstärkung geholt! Zu Gast in dieser Folge: Geschäftsführer und Vorstandsvorsitzender von Sport 1, Olaf Schröder, ist der Rechtsaußen dieser Episode. Hart aber klar in der Analyse verstärkt er Wagner und Kleiß und steht ganz sicher für den Titel dieses Podcasts! "Eier, wir brauchen Eier" fordert er an diversen Stellen innerhalb der 70 Minuten. Viel Freude beim Hören!
Brad West will have to eat the same food, do the same exercise, contain and restrict his social circles, conduct similar experiments, tasks, and basically copy everything his twin brother Brent will do…while in space…for more than 500 days… simulating the same amount of time it will take for humans to get to Mars- and helping to prepare humans to explore Mars. Why would Brad and Brent do this? It's all part of the proposed “Twin Orbit Study” that you're about to discover right here, on the Casual Space Podcast. The commercialization of space (SpaceX, Axiom Space, Blue Origin) brings new opportunities to study astronauts, including identical twins, on industry‐led space stations with unprecedented detail. Extremely long‐duration microgravity will be the new normal when we travel into deep space, starting with Mars, and our success will be a test of health endurance in several respects. First, given the great distances, there will be very limited support from Earth once the mission begins. Second, the space weather (and radiation) is an order of magnitude more challenging. Third, the behavioral and cognitive challenges for such long missions will place an unprecedented strain on the crew. Although NASA, ESA, JAXA, ROSCOSMOS, and others are building a large knowledge base to address these challenges through missions on the International Space Station, very few crew have been studied in weightlessness for durations over six months, and more data from longer missions is critically needed. Which makes for a perfect opportunity for The Twin Orbit study team, who are proposing a brand new, long‐duration Twins Study (building from the NASA Twins Study), and will work to accomplish four main goals: Conduct Scientific Research for Biomedical Discovery and Testing New Hypotheses Develop and Deploy New Technologies for Crew Health and Mission Maintenance Develop Crew Health Operating Procedures Applicable for Long‐duration and Deep Space Missions Inspire the Next Generation of Explorers Learn More About Twin Orbit here: https://www.twinorbit.com/ About Brent West, in his own words: “It was the Cosmos TV series that initially captured my interest...I saw the first episode in high school in the late 1980's, and since that time I have always been fascinated with all-things space. I knew I wanted to be an astronaut after I saw the movie Apollo 13 in the summer of 1995. I focused on my purpose and what I wanted to do and be involved with. At the time, I was a young LTjg (Lieutenant Junior Grade) onboard my first submarine, USS PINTADO (SSN-672). Brent West, Commander, U.S. Navy, earned his master's degree in Aerospace Engineering from University of Michigan in 2001 and worked in the Space Physics Research Laboratory as a student research assistant to help design a small student-led satellite project. Brent also worked as a flight controller at Johnson Space Center from 2001 – 2003 in ECLSS (Environmental Control and Life Support Systems and earned his PhD in Physics from George Mason University in 2012, studying X-ray pulsars. About Brad West: Brad West graduated from Winnebago High School in Winnebago, Illinois in 1990. He attended Illinois State University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in sociology in 1994 and a Master of Science degree in education administration in 1996. Soon after receiving his master's degree, Brad moved to Richmond, Virginia to work as a Career Systems Manager/Advisor at Virginia Commonwealth University. He moved to Orlando, Florida in the spring of 1998, at the behest of a best friend who was working at Disney, and took employment in information technology at the Universal Orlando Resort. He loved the atmosphere and the energy of Universal and Orlando and worked there until the spring of 2004.Brad was accepted into the Doctor of Philosophy program in Higher Education Administration at the University of Florida in 2004. Upon starting the program, he worked as a graduate assistant in the Graduate School under the supervision of Associate Dean of the Graduate School. There, he became enamored with the many fields of graduate and doctoral education. After finishing program coursework, he worked several years in information technology at the University of Florida. Doctoral candidacy followed, and ultimately obtained a PhD in Higher Education Administration in 2013 with a focus on factors that influence doctoral time-to-degree in graduate education. Today, Brad is living in Southern Florida and working in information technology for a large national health care system. He enjoys traveling, visiting friends in the Florida keys, music, sports, anything NASA, and meeting new people. About Chris Mason Dr. Christopher E. Mason is a geneticist and computational biologist who has been a Principal Investigator and Co-investigator of many NASA missions and projects. He is a Professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, with affiliate appointments at the Meyer Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School, and the Consortium for Space Genetics at Harvard Medical School. Here's what to do next: Check out Chris's new book; The Next 500 Years: Engineering Life to Reach New Worlds https://www.amazon.com/Next-500-Years-Engineering-Worlds/dp/0262543842/ref=asc_df_0262543842/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=533430521017&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=10374932519418788990&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1028099&hvtargid=pla-1424157036884&psc=1 Reach out here with questions; email@example.com
Original Air Date: Jul 21, 2021 WASSUP PEOPLE! This week on the podcast Sam is joined by pro wrestler Daz Black! Daz is a 19 years young powerhouse already wrestling on the main stage! Having already wrestled in ICW on the WWE network we were ecstatic when Daz agreed to sit down with us! Follow Daz Black here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dazblackpw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pw_daz Listen Here: Podfollow - https://podfollow.com/over-in-80-minutes Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2up3h4syxYzG5gtyJHYfFo Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/over-in-80-minutes/id1571035632 Follow The Podcast Here: Over In 80 Minutes Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/over_in_80_minutes/ Over In 80 Minutes Twitter - https://twitter.com/OverIn80Mins Over In 80 Minutes YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKzAz9Ff7yQvFHQBd35UEXA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scotwresnet/message
Draft picks to the left of us, free agents to the right and here YOU are stuck in the middle (of dates) with Lance and Joe. The guys dig in about the 11 Sabres draft picks during the 2022 NHL Draft and give their thoughts on their favorite sleeper picks and also taking a goalie in the second round. What the heck was up with that anyway?The Sabres almost traded for Matt Murray and got the No. 7 pick out of it, too. Sadly, this is the NHL and neither horseshoes or hand grenades. Actually, it's better that it's not those. Relatedly, the Sabres haven't addressed their NHL goalie issue yet so... what the heck are they going to do about it?There are other spots that need addressing in free agency, too, and yes they got into the forward and defense stuff as well. And hey, development camp should be fun unless your name is Ryan Johnson or Erik Portillo. Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp Tee Box TalkBad Jokes, Crazy Stories & Spilled Drinks. What Else Is The Tee Box For?
First, Steven wants to tell us all about a new tech gadget he's got his sights on. It's not at all accessible, it's expensive and it's complete tech overkill. We're talking about the Revolution Cooking R180 High-Speed Two-Slice Stainless Steel Smart Toaster. Has Steven finally lost his mind?Next up, Shaun has some explaining to do after listeners noticed a problem with last week's podcast. But were the audio gremlins due to incompetence or was it sabotage? Then it's on to some exciting news from Orbit Research. They have announced a new product called the Orbit Slate. This is a Braille display with a difference, as it features not just one line of Braille cells but multiple lines. Although there is not a lot of information regarding availability and pricing, there's no denying that Orbit are really shaking up the world of Braille. HumanWare have also announced a new product this week called the Stellar Trek. This GPS device features two cameras that are capable of detecting and directing users to doors and building entrances. Could this be a must-have device for mobility or are apps such as Google Maps or Apple Maps all we need?And finally, there is some amazing news from Aira. In their ongoing mission to get the Aira service available to everyone, they have announced a new desktop app for Windows and Mac. But that's not all. They have also announced that Aira will be available on the BlindShell Classic 2 phone shortly. But wait, that's still not all. They also unveiled that Aira will be available on the ARX Wearable hardware. This means that, for the first time, we will be able to use Aira without having to take out our smartphones and hold them out in front of us. The ARX Wearable features a bone conduction headset with a built-in camera which Aira agents can use to assist customers. Exciting stuff, and there was also a mention that a further announcement will be made in August regarding the Envision Glasses! We can't wait to get our hands and faces on these wearables to test them out."
Welcome back to Laser Focused, brought to you by Velo3D! This show highlights the leaders who are changing the world with new design and innovations. This week CMO and brand disruptor at Velo3D, Renette Youssef, speaks with the CEO & CTO at Reaction Dynamics, Bachar Elzein. Together they discuss the ways Reaction Dynamics is working in the commercial space industry to reduce the cost of earth-to-orbit launches through innovative designs, breakthrough analysis and robust systems implementation. In addition, Bachar reveals how Reaction Dynamics is using additive manufacturing in innovative ways to improve efficiency and reduce the negative impacts of freight distribution. Plus, Renette and Bachar discuss what it's like to be the only Canadian company sending rockets into space and the role that Elon Musk's SpaceX plays in the commercial space industry. For more information on the amazing work being done by Reaction Dynamics to improve the cost and efficiency of space flight, check out their website and follow them on LinkedIn, and don't forget you can also follow Bachar on LinkedIn as well. Follow UsTwitter @VELO3DMetalFacebook @velo3dInstagram @velo3dPresented by Velo3Dwww.velo3d.com
We'll hear from X Minus One on this week's Relic Radio Science Fiction. Here's Hallucination Orbit, their story from May 15, 1956. More from X Minus One https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/SciFi731.mp3 Download SciFi731
It's yet another holiday Monday, but Lance and Joe have a big ole firecracker of a show discussing Craig Anderson's new contract and what this means for the Sabres goaltending position for the season. There's plenty of talk about options of who to add (James Reimer? Adin Hill? Petr Mrazek?!) and what's to come of UPL's future in blue and gold. Development Camp dates are set and all the Sabres young guns are going to be there? Whaaaaa....?Oh yeah, the draft is this week. There's some of that talk too. Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp Frisky BiscuitRoad Warriors of America's ComedyListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Sway ParadeThe weekly promenade down the infinite street of peculiar news, sports & wild clipsListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The BBQ NoteLet's have a conversation about everything, this is a podcast for education and opinionListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Diese Ausgabe steht unter dem großen Übergriff GameFi. Bezeichnet wird so die Verschmelzung von Gaming mit dem dezentralen Finanzsystem. Dabei geht es um Möglichkeiten der Monetarisierung von Blockchain-Projekten, wobei diese weit über das Computerspielen hinausgehen. Einen faszinierenden Einblick liefert Christian Lenk, Mitgründer der Krypto-Investmentfirma ProfitWallet. Er erklärt, wie nicht nur beim Gaming, sondern auch schon mit simplem Laufen und künftig auch beim Lernen bares Geld verdient werden kann. Es wird eine Reise in den digitalen Orbit des Metaverse, von NFTs, DeFi und Blockchain. Für all die von euch, die noch keine Pioneers sind, ist die allererste Ausgabe dieser Podcast-Reihe frei verfügbar: https://www.thepioneer.de/originals/krypto-briefing/podcasts/bitcoin-ist-kein-geld-aber-vielleicht-die-zukunft-01
Lance and Joe kept things short and sweet this week as Lance was ready to hit the beach for some well-earned vacation time. But before that, the guys started talking a bit about the Sabres three first-round picks in the 2022 Draft. It's not quite a mock draft, but they both gave their ideas on what GM Kevyn Adams might do and also the areas they'd stress the most. The guys also discussed what it would take to move pick 28 and whether there's a goalie out there worth that or not. Thanks as always for listening and thank you even more for the positive ratings and feedback. Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
The Justice of Kings (Orbit, 2022) opens with our young narrator, Helena, traveling from town to town as clerk to the King's Justice, a learned and idealistic man called Vonvalt. The first few chapters build towards a pivotal incident, the razing of the village of Rill and the immolation of its inhabitants. Vonvalt, who has leeway on how he applies common law, has discovered the village still worshipped the old gods, and imposed a fine as punishment, privately cautioning the local Lord to worship more discreetly. However, Patria Claver, the priest who traveled with Helena's party, had his own ideas about how to handle pagans and returned with a party of crusading soldiers to mete out death to the inhabitants. This sets up the central conflict between Vonvalt, a rational man who prides himself on a measured and appropriate response, and the nobles who back Claver, amassing a private and punitive army of crusaders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
This week Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt chat to producer extraordinaire William Orbit about his career and his new record 'The Painter'. It's his first brand new album in over 8 years and is out in August. In an open and candid conversation they also discuss how art saved him, the dark secrets of recording bass, working with Blur on their '13' album and, of course, Madonna...oh and gangster squirrels.Rockonteurs is produced by Ben Jones and Ian Callaghan for Gimme Sugar Productions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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