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Exegetically Speaking
What is Akkadian?, with Adam Miglio

Exegetically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 7:37


Dr. Adam E. Miglio is Associate Professor of Old Testament & Archaeology and Director of M.A. in Old Testament Archaeology at Wheaton College. His most recent book is The Gilgamesh Epic in Genesis 1-11: Peering into the Deep.  Today's topic: Anyone listening in on the discussions of Old Testament specialists soon hears tell of the cuneiform script and the Akkadian language. Dr. Miglio provides a brief orientation to these and explains the importance of Akkadian to the in-depth study of the OT.

The Filming with Josh Podcast
Ep. 72 - Peering Into to 2023 with Kyle Bamberger

The Filming with Josh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 78:19


On this episode of The Filming with Josh Podcast, host Joshua Milligan welcomes back Kyle Bamberger from Modern Legacy to chat about what happened in their video businesses in 2022 and what they are both looking to accomplish in 2023. The two DPs kick off the podcast by discussing their favorite projects, favorite gear purchases, and what three lessons they each learned in 2022. From there, Josh and Kyle go on to discuss what business goals they have for 2023, what equipment they would like to buy, and what things they plan to learn this year. This podcast episode is full of gear talk, business growth, lessons learned, and more. So if you're in the video business, this podcast is for you!

The Auto Authorities Podcast
Peering Behind the Curtain of the Car Industry: An Insider's Tale

The Auto Authorities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 29:58


Welcome to the Auto Authorities Podcast! We are excited to bring you today's episode, "Peering Behind the Curtain of the Car Industry: An Insider's Take." Our special guest, Insider Auto Expert Gerald Bentley, will be joining us to provide valuable insights and insider knowledge on the current state of the car market.In this show, we'll be exploring the pricing of new and used cars, the current inventory available, and predictions for the future of the auto industry. With Gerald's expertise, you'll get a unique and informative look at the inner workings of the car market.Gerald will provide valuable insights on the factors that impact the pricing of cars and give you an inside look at current inventory levels. He'll also share his thoughts on the future of the auto industry and what trends to look out for.So don't miss this opportunity to learn all about the exciting world of cars.

Science Magazine Podcast
Peering beyond the haze of alien worlds, and how failures help us make new discoveries

Science Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 31:09


Data on hazes and clouds may be key to understanding exoplanets, and NextGen letter writers share the upside of failure Hazes and clouds could keep exoplanets' secrets hidden, unless researchers can re-create them here on Earth. After celebrating JWST and its ability to look far back in time and help us look for habitable exoplanets as the 2022 Science Breakthrough of the Year, News Intern Zack Savitsky talks with host Sarah Crespi about an overlooked problem with using telescopes to examine exoplanets' atmospheres.  What was your greatest mistake? In a chat with producer Kevin McLean, Letters Editor Jennifer Sills shares stories from NextGen Voices about failures that led them in unexpected directions in their science careers. Take the podcast audience survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TLKCHC8 This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: exoplanet with cloudy and hazy atmosphere with podcast symbol overlay] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Kevin McLean; Jennifer Sills; Zack Savitsky  Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.adg6078 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

APOCALYPSE ROCK by Nate Budzinski
CHAPTER 32: The Cantonment

APOCALYPSE ROCK by Nate Budzinski

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 12:14


THIS EPISODE: Doug finally gets to see the retreat that the new agers have built up Mount Costo — and it's not got the same vibes he expected at all…

Good Medicine Podcast
EP3. The Ponderers: I've still got a frogment of hope left.

Good Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 108:16


Welcome to the Pond dear story keepers.Imagine for a moment that you found a trail through a swampy forest. Watching your step, you weave through the dense willow bushes. In the fog you begin to hear voices and they are having a lively conversation. As you get closer you smell a familiar herb in the air, curiosity grips you! Who could be out here? Noticing that the voices are arising from a pond nearby you quietly approach. Peering over a large rotten log, you see a frog with a long pipe across the pond. Smoke rising from its pipe, it rests on a lilly pad, keenly listening to another frog perched on the shoreline. It appears they are high as fuck, discussing the nature of reality. You settle in, this should be good. These episodes with my good friend Tina are a gift to myself. An opportunity to drop into the absurd waters and play.  This is a branch away from my usual episodes as I find myself needing more humour these days!Meet Tina! “Hello, I'm Tina! I am a creative person who loves to ponder the possibilities of the universe. I am a freelance jack of all trades, digital designer, side-hustler and student of the human experience. I enjoy visually pleasing things and love to help others bring their imagination and passions to life.”If you have any topics you would like us to ponder please reach out and let us know! 

KeyStone Stock Talk Podcast
Stock Talk Podcast Episode 193

KeyStone Stock Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 65:02


Looking back at how stocks performed in 2022! A viewer's question on Mogo (MOGO:TSX): is there value after a sharp decline? Peering into the mind of legendary investor Peter Lynch! Star and Dog of the Week Ibex Technologies (IBT:TSXV) and Tesla (TSLA:NASDAQ)!

KissFAQ Podcast
Ep.449: Looking Forward, Peering Backwards

KissFAQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 65:31


KissFAQ Podcast
Ep.449: Looking Forward, Peering Backwards

KissFAQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 65:31


Tore Says Show
Tue 03 Jan: Beautiful Lies II - Camelot Handler - UFO Papers - Lots Of 19 - SonOfSam - Rich Kids - Sensitive Feet

Tore Says Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 102:39


The handlers, the funding, the players and their impact on our history were all planned. What did JFK know about UFO's? North Dakota is in the mix again. Large, low hanging fruit of massive corruption. And there's a Son Of Sam a connection. Book deals for murderers. Are these people really in jail? Assets employed to kill narratives. Crime TV perpetuates the psyops. The devil wins when we don't know what's true. Jackie thought she could out smart them. There's overt and there's covert. Rich kids, drug overdoses and required obedience. St. Croix is such an interesting destination. Looking like good guys, time travelers or aliens. Money cannot prevent ripping off the band aid. Pay attention to the numbers. Sensitive feet earn big bucks. Aliens getting into alien things. Ruby Freeman bonus. Peering thru the war fog makes it gut check time. Listen carefully to yours and believe it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Print Your Games
Peering into the Future of 3d Printing!

Print Your Games

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 57:59


Perram and Chris give their predictions on what the future of 3d printing will look like in this special end of the year episode.

Under the Hive of Madness
Episode 58: Planet Spotlight Catachan | Warhammer 40k Lore

Under the Hive of Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 95:17


Gobbo, Marky, and Beast are back with Under the Hive of Madness's third deep dive into the various worlds of the Warhammer 40k Universe. This week they are looking into the Infamous Death World of Catachan. Peering into the planet's past, some of its recent histories, and those absolute badasses that make up the Catachan Jungle Fighters. Don't worry the Boys spend a bit of time talking about all the nasty Flora and Fauna species that can eat your face and use your guts for fertilizer! Under the Hive of Madness is a Warhammer 40k Podcast, focusing on the Horror and Grimdark elements of the setting; so expect some adult themes, adult language, and more than a few Khorney jokes. A 4 Armed Emperor's spines are always the most colorful around breeding season... or is it feeding season? I should really start writing all this down. Email us at: UndertheHiveofMadness@gmail.com or GymDarkGaming@gmail.com. Join our growing Discord Community: GymDark Gaming Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UndertheHiveofMadness Find Us Around the Web: https://linktr.ee/underthehive or at Our Website: www.underthehiveofmadness.com!

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: II Ionized gas in the inner Galactic disk revealed by the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 1:04


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: II Ionized gas in the inner Galactic disk revealed by the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey by L. G. Hou et al. on Wednesday 30 November As one of the major components of the interstellar medium, the ionized gas in our Milky Way, especially the low-density diffuse component, has not been extensively observed in the radio band. The Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey covers the sky area within the Galactic latitude of $pm10^circ$ around the Galactic plane visible by the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), and the spectral line data are simultaneously recorded during the pulsar survey observations. With an integration time of 5 minutes for each beam, the GPPS survey project provides the most sensitive piggyback spectra for tens of radio recombination lines (RRLs) in the band of 1000$-$1500 MHz for H$nalpha$, He$nalpha$, C$nalpha$, as well as H$nbeta$ and H$ngamma$. We processed the spectral data of RRLs, and obtained a sensitive averaged H$nalpha$ RRL map of a sky area of 88 square degrees in the inner Galaxy of 33$^circ$ $leqslant l leqslant$ 55$^circ$ and $|b| leqslant$ 2.0$^circ$. The final spectral data of the H$nalpha$ RRLs have a spatial resolution of $sim$3$^prime$, a spectral resolution of 2.2 km s$^{-1}$, and a typical spectral rms noise of 0.25 mJy beam$^{-1}$ or 6.3 mK in main-beam brightness temperature. The new H$nalpha$ RRL map shows complex structural features dominated by a number of HII regions and large extended diffuse ionized gas regions. We detect about 94% of the known HII regions and confirm 43 WISE HII regions in the observed sky area. Several large HII regions or star-forming complexes in the distant outer Galaxy are resolved in the map of H$nalpha$ RRLs. Extended RRL features of the diffuse ionized gas are detected. The RRL data products of the GPPS survey will be published and updated at http://zmtt.bao.ac.cn/MilkyWayFAST/ arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11301v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: I Exquisite HI structures in the inner Galactic disk from the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 0:55


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: I Exquisite HI structures in the inner Galactic disk from the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey by Tao Hong et al. on Wednesday 30 November Neutral hydrogen (HI) is the fundamental component of the interstellar medium. The Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey is designed for hunting pulsars by using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) from the visible Galactic plane within $|b| leq 10^{circ}$. The survey observations are conducted with the L-band 19-beam receiver in the frequency range of 1.0 $-$ 1.5 GHz, and each pointing has an integration time of 5 minutes. The piggyback spectral data simultaneously recorded during the FAST GPPS survey are great resources for studies on the Galactic HI distribution and ionized gas. We process the piggyback HI data of the FAST GPPS survey in the region of $33^{circ} leq l leq 55^{circ}$ and $|b| leq 2^{circ}$. The rms of the data cube is found to be approximately 40 mK at a velocity resolution of $0.1$ km s$^{-1}$, placing it the most sensitive observations of the Galactic HI by far. The high velocity resolution and high sensitivity of the FAST GPPS HI data enable us to detect weak exquisite HI structures in the interstellar medium. HI absorption line with great details can be obtained against bright continuum sources. The FAST GPPS survey piggyback HI data cube will be released and updated on the web: http://zmtt.bao.ac.cn/MilkyWayFAST/. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11299v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: III Magnetic fields in the Galactic halo and farther spiral arms revealed by the Faraday effect of faint pulsars

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 0:51


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: III Magnetic fields in the Galactic halo and farther spiral arms revealed by the Faraday effect of faint pulsars by Jun Xu et al. on Wednesday 30 November The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is the most sensitive radio telescope for pulsar observations. We make polarimetric measurements of a large number of faint and distant pulsars using the FAST. We present the new measurements of Faraday rotation for 134 faint pulsars in the Galactic halo. Significant improvements are also made for some basic pulsar parameters for 15 of them. We analyse the newly determined rotation measures (RMs) for the Galactic magnetic fields by using these 134 halo pulsars, together with previously available RMs for pulsars and extragalactic radio sources and also the newly determined RMs for another 311 faint pulsars which are either newly discovered in the project of the Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey or previously known pulsars without RMs. The RM tomographic analysis in the first Galactic quadrant gives roughly the same field strength of around 2~$mu$G for the large-scale toroidal halo magnetic fields. The scale height of the halo magnetic fields is found to be at least 2.7$pm$0.3~kpc. The RM differentiation of a large number of pulsars in the Galactic disk in the Galactic longitude range of $26^{circ}

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: IV Identification of two new Galactic supernova remnants G203 1+6 6 and G206 7+5 9

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 1:00


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: IV Identification of two new Galactic supernova remnants G203 1+6 6 and G206 7+5 9 by X. Y. Gao et al. on Wednesday 30 November A 5$^{circ}$ $times$ 7$^{circ}$ sky area containing two large radio structures of G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9 with a size of about 2.5$^{circ}$ and 3.5$^{circ}$ respectively is scanned by using the L-band 19-beam receiver of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST). The FAST L-band receiver covers a frequency range of 1.0-1.5 GHz. Commissioning of the receiving system, including the measurements of the half-power beam width, gain, and main-beam efficiency is made by observing the calibrators. The multi-channel spectroscopy backend mounted to the receiver allows an in-band spectral-index determination. The brightness-temperature spectral indices of both objects are measured to be $beta$ $sim$ $-$2.6 to $-$2.7. Polarized emission is detected from the archival Effelsberg $lambda$11 cm data for all the shell structures of G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9. These results clearly indicate a non-thermal synchrotron emitting nature, confirming that G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9 are large shell-type supernova remnants (SNRs). Based on morphological correlation between the radio continuum emission of G206.7+5.9 and the HI structures, the kinematic distance to this new SNR is estimated to be about 440 pc, placing it in the Local Arm. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11408v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: I Exquisite HI structures in the inner Galactic disk from the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 0:51


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: I Exquisite HI structures in the inner Galactic disk from the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey by Tao Hong et al. on Wednesday 30 November Neutral hydrogen (HI) is the fundamental component of the interstellar medium. The Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey is designed for hunting pulsars by using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) from the visible Galactic plane within $|b| leq 10^{circ}$. The survey observations are conducted with the L-band 19-beam receiver in the frequency range of 1.0 $-$ 1.5 GHz, and each pointing has an integration time of 5 minutes. The piggyback spectral data simultaneously recorded during the FAST GPPS survey are great resources for studies on the Galactic HI distribution and ionized gas. We process the piggyback HI data of the FAST GPPS survey in the region of $33^{circ} leq l leq 55^{circ}$ and $|b| leq 2^{circ}$. The rms of the data cube is found to be approximately 40 mK at a velocity resolution of $0.1$ km s$^{-1}$, placing it the most sensitive observations of the Galactic HI by far. The high velocity resolution and high sensitivity of the FAST GPPS HI data enable us to detect weak exquisite HI structures in the interstellar medium. HI absorption line with great details can be obtained against bright continuum sources. The FAST GPPS survey piggyback HI data cube will be released and updated on the web: http://zmtt.bao.ac.cn/MilkyWayFAST/. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11299v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: II Ionized gas in the inner Galactic disk revealed by the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 1:05


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: II Ionized gas in the inner Galactic disk revealed by the piggyback line observations of the FAST GPPS survey by L. G. Hou et al. on Wednesday 30 November As one of the major components of the interstellar medium, the ionized gas in our Milky Way, especially the low-density diffuse component, has not been extensively observed in the radio band. The Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey covers the sky area within the Galactic latitude of $pm10^circ$ around the Galactic plane visible by the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), and the spectral line data are simultaneously recorded during the pulsar survey observations. With an integration time of 5 minutes for each beam, the GPPS survey project provides the most sensitive piggyback spectra for tens of radio recombination lines (RRLs) in the band of 1000$-$1500 MHz for H$nalpha$, He$nalpha$, C$nalpha$, as well as H$nbeta$ and H$ngamma$. We processed the spectral data of RRLs, and obtained a sensitive averaged H$nalpha$ RRL map of a sky area of 88 square degrees in the inner Galaxy of 33$^circ$ $leqslant l leqslant$ 55$^circ$ and $|b| leqslant$ 2.0$^circ$. The final spectral data of the H$nalpha$ RRLs have a spatial resolution of $sim$3$^prime$, a spectral resolution of 2.2 km s$^{-1}$, and a typical spectral rms noise of 0.25 mJy beam$^{-1}$ or 6.3 mK in main-beam brightness temperature. The new H$nalpha$ RRL map shows complex structural features dominated by a number of HII regions and large extended diffuse ionized gas regions. We detect about 94% of the known HII regions and confirm 43 WISE HII regions in the observed sky area. Several large HII regions or star-forming complexes in the distant outer Galaxy are resolved in the map of H$nalpha$ RRLs. Extended RRL features of the diffuse ionized gas are detected. The RRL data products of the GPPS survey will be published and updated at http://zmtt.bao.ac.cn/MilkyWayFAST/ arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11301v2

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: III Magnetic fields in the Galactic halo and farther spiral arms revealed by the Faraday effect of faint pulsars

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 0:55


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: III Magnetic fields in the Galactic halo and farther spiral arms revealed by the Faraday effect of faint pulsars by Jun Xu et al. on Wednesday 30 November The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is the most sensitive radio telescope for pulsar observations. We make polarimetric measurements of a large number of faint and distant pulsars using the FAST. We present the new measurements of Faraday rotation for 134 faint pulsars in the Galactic halo. Significant improvements are also made for some basic pulsar parameters for 15 of them. We analyse the newly determined rotation measures (RMs) for the Galactic magnetic fields by using these 134 halo pulsars, together with previously available RMs for pulsars and extragalactic radio sources and also the newly determined RMs for another 311 faint pulsars which are either newly discovered in the project of the Galactic Plane Pulsar Snapshot (GPPS) survey or previously known pulsars without RMs. The RM tomographic analysis in the first Galactic quadrant gives roughly the same field strength of around 2~$mu$G for the large-scale toroidal halo magnetic fields. The scale height of the halo magnetic fields is found to be at least 2.7$pm$0.3~kpc. The RM differentiation of a large number of pulsars in the Galactic disk in the Galactic longitude range of $26^{circ}

Astro arXiv | all categories
Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: IV Identification of two new Galactic supernova remnants G203 1+6 6 and G206 7+5 9

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 1:05


Peering into the Milky Way by FAST: IV Identification of two new Galactic supernova remnants G203 1+6 6 and G206 7+5 9 by X. Y. Gao et al. on Wednesday 30 November A 5$^{circ}$ $times$ 7$^{circ}$ sky area containing two large radio structures of G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9 with a size of about 2.5$^{circ}$ and 3.5$^{circ}$ respectively is scanned by using the L-band 19-beam receiver of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST). The FAST L-band receiver covers a frequency range of 1.0-1.5 GHz. Commissioning of the receiving system, including the measurements of the half-power beam width, gain, and main-beam efficiency is made by observing the calibrators. The multi-channel spectroscopy backend mounted to the receiver allows an in-band spectral-index determination. The brightness-temperature spectral indices of both objects are measured to be $beta$ $sim$ $-$2.6 to $-$2.7. Polarized emission is detected from the archival Effelsberg $lambda$11 cm data for all the shell structures of G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9. These results clearly indicate a non-thermal synchrotron emitting nature, confirming that G203.1+6.6 and G206.7+5.9 are large shell-type supernova remnants (SNRs). Based on morphological correlation between the radio continuum emission of G206.7+5.9 and the HI structures, the kinematic distance to this new SNR is estimated to be about 440 pc, placing it in the Local Arm. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11408v2

Lagrange Point
Episode 511 - How the earliest brains developed and handle touch

Lagrange Point

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 16:59


Peering into the history of brains with some amazing tiny fossils. How did the earliest brains develop? Is a head just an extension of a segmented body or something else entirely? How did the first brains and nervous systems evolve in arthropods. How does your body process the sense of touch? The faintest sensations of touch are handled by specialist cells in your spinal cord. How do your  brain stem and spinal cord help your body process the senses? Nicholas J. Strausfeld, Xianguang Hou, Marcel E. Sayre, Frank Hirth. The lower Cambrian lobopodian Cardiodictyon resolves the origin of euarthropod brains. Science, 2022; 378 (6622): 905 DOI: 10.1126/science.abn6264 Turecek, J., Lehnert, B.P. & Ginty, D.D. The encoding of touch by somatotopically aligned dorsal column subdivisions. Nature, 2022 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-022-05470-x Anda M. Chirila, Genelle Rankin, Shih-Yi Tseng, Alan J. Emanuel, Carmine L. Chavez-Martinez, Dawei Zhang, Christopher D. Harvey, David D. Ginty. Mechanoreceptor signal convergence and transformation in the dorsal horn flexibly shape a diversity of outputs to the brain. Cell, 2022; 185 (24): 4541 DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2022.10.012

Radio Lento podcast
143 Lullaby waves by Nothe Sea Fort (sleep safe)

Radio Lento podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 32:42


Peering out from atop the high seawall of Nothe Fort. Two o'clock in the morning. High tide, and the sea below feels so near. Overhead the sky is faintly luminous. But is dense black, out over the sea. Even blacker out over the invisible presence of Portland, somewhere over to the right. Hearing the night's velvet silence, rippled by slow moving, crisp edged waves. Crisp edged, watery waves, that sound like shapes. Ocean swells, that fill the spaces between the submerged rocks. Sway the empty moored boats. Are these waves just normal waves? Or have they come here, to Nothe Fort, for a reason? Notice how they hang around, at the foot of the fort's huge parapet wall. How, in graceful arching circles, they seem to come, but not really go. Come, and join other waves already arrived, to combine, and elaborate, and form new, even more graceful watery shapes. Watery shapes, that swirl in the dead of night around the ancient stone footings of Nothe Fort.  ------------------ This is the third episode from our night recording from the Fort. Listen to episode 124 and episode 118 for more from this wonderfully peaceful place.   ------------------ Big Lento thanks to Exploration Project on Twitter who kindly found a perfect photo of sea at night we could use in this episode to illustrate it. Thank you!  

Slay the Stars
S1E28: Peering Into the Darkness

Slay the Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 52:40


Char and Zem make their final preparations to leave Mor'Bhaile, meet their new traveling companions, have a misunderstanding with said companions, and start their journey north. It seems like this could be a pleasant trip. Curious about the note that Zem left for Dean Ristos? Join our Patreon, and you could have your very own copy created by Zem herself, the one and only, Jenn. It should be going live later today! https://www.patreon.com/slaythestars In this episode, we promo'd a fantastic podcast: Tale of the Manticore. If you like suspenseful, old style TTRPG games, give them a listen. You can find TOTM at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManticoreTale Podbean: https://taleofthemanticore.podbean.com/ Thank you all so much for listening. Dreams led us to the stars. Per somnia, ad astra. Stay tuned!

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul
The Endgame 111422 - Peering Through the Fog

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 80:28


In today's episode:Being effective on social mediaWhy ConInc is trying to convince us that we can out-cheat the cheatersThe FTX scandal is hugely important, but the narrative includes multiple misdirections.Connect with Be Reasonable: https://linktr.ee/imyourmoderatorHear the show when it's released. Become a paid subscriber at imyourmoderator.substack.comOther ways to support the work:ko-fi.com/imyourmoderatorbtc via coinbase: 3MEh9J5sRvMfkWd4EWczrFr1iP3DBMcKk5Merch site:https://cancelcouture.myspreadshop.com/Follow the podcast info stream: t.me/imyourmoderatorOther social platforms: Truth Social, Gab, Rumble, Bitchute, Odysee, DLive or Gettr - @imyourmoderator Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/be-reasonable-with-your-moderator-chris-paul. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul
The Endgame 111422 - Peering Through the Fog

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 80:28


In today's episode:Being effective on social mediaWhy ConInc is trying to convince us that we can out-cheat the cheatersThe FTX scandal is hugely important, but the narrative includes multiple misdirections.Connect with Be Reasonable: https://linktr.ee/imyourmoderatorHear the show when it's released. Become a paid subscriber at imyourmoderator.substack.comOther ways to support the work:ko-fi.com/imyourmoderatorbtc via coinbase: 3MEh9J5sRvMfkWd4EWczrFr1iP3DBMcKk5Merch site:https://cancelcouture.myspreadshop.com/Follow the podcast info stream: t.me/imyourmoderatorOther social platforms: Truth Social, Gab, Rumble, Bitchute, Odysee, DLive or Gettr - @imyourmoderator Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/be-reasonable-with-your-moderator-chris-paul. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Stone Chapel Podcasts
Episode 118 The Gilgamesh Epic with Adam Miglio

The Stone Chapel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:55


Adam Miglio stopped by to talk about his newest book: The Gilgamesh Epic in Genesis 1-11: Peering into the Deep. The story is about a king from Uruk and his epic journeys. It's one of the most widely read and generously preserved stories of the ancient world. The post Episode 118 The Gilgamesh Epic with Adam Miglio first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

Camada 8
Roteamento de Ideias - CDN do Google com Licio Fonseca

Camada 8

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:26


Licio Fonseca, gerente de programas para CDN e interconexão do Google no Brasil, é o convidado da vez em mais um episódio do Camada 8. Ele fala da infraestrutura do Google no Brasil, onde a CDN deles está presente, além de destacar quais os requisitos, como e em quais localidades do Brasil é possível fazer peering com o Google, seja público, privado ou bilateral. O convidado também explica como os provedores de Internet podem solicitar uma CDN do Google através do programa Google Global Cache (GGC), e assim ter um cache local dos conteúdos mais populares do Google em determinada região. Dê o play e confira agora mesmo no Camada 8! Participantes: Antonio Marcos Moreiras (Host) - Gerente de projetos e desenvolvimento no NIC.br https://www.linkedin.com/in/moreiras Eduardo Barasal Morales (Host) - Coordenador da área de formação de sistemas autônomos do CEPTRO.br no NIC.br https://www.linkedin.com/in/eduardo-barasal-morales Licio Fonseca (Convidado) - Gerente de programas para CDN e interconexão do google no Brasil https://www.linkedin.com/in/liciofonseca/ Links citados: Live Intra Rede - Ataques de negação de serviço (DoS e DDoS): O que fazer?: https://intrarede.nic.br/ Portal do Google para fazer Peering: https://peering.google.com/ Agenda de cursos do Ceptro|NIC.br: https://ceptro.br/cursos-eventos Redes Sociais: https://www.youtube.com/nicbrvideos/ https://www.twitter.com/comunicbr/ https://www.telegram.me/nicbr/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/nic-br/ https://www.instagram.com/nicbr/ https://www.facebook.com/nic.br/ https://www.flickr.com/NICbr/ Contato: Equipe Ceptro.br cursosceptro@nic.br Direção e edição de áudio: Wanderson Modesto - Analista do Ceptro.br Equipe de Comunicação do NIC.br YouProject Veja também: https://nic.br/ https://ceptro.br/

Psychic Evolution
S6 Ep11: Creating a Future Memory

Psychic Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 44:43


It feels magical to be able to access future memories during a reading, but it's not such a contained, unique experience. We are always using our energies, words and actions to co-create these memories; and understanding our ability to work with the natural laws of the universe to plant seeds of consciousness is paramount to our psychic evolution.   Psychic Evolution hosts Jamie and Maggie go over many of these natural laws of the universe and how they can be used to reach a psychic understanding, such as the law of mentalism which helps us become conscious of our thoughts and, therefore, what seeds we're planting.   On today's episode, Maggie and Jamie share how they co-create with others, cultivate positivity, and approach readings for people in relationships. They also go over the importance of self-awareness, becoming more conscious of who we are and how our mind works.   Tune in to learn the best way to create future memories for yourself and for clients, and why you need to achieve empowerment through self-realization!   Topics discussed in this episode:   How psychics use future memories in readings Planting seeds in the cosmic soil Experiences of co-creation The law of mentalism Staying away from negativity Balance masculine and feminine energies Maggie on co-creating vibrational energies The importance of understanding who you are and being open to receiving Peering into the garden of consciousness for psychic readings Planting positive sides and staying away from the negative Working with the laws of the universe to co-create and plant seeds of consciousness   Check out Maggie's new zodiac jewelry here! You can also find her jewelry at Dimensions of Heaven and Earth, a new metaphysical bookstore in Scottsdale, AZ. Find the address and more information here.   Become an Inner Eye Member here.   If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to listen to Maggie's new podcast, The Goddess, The Witch & The Womb here!   For further information and resources on this topic and more, visit our website here.   To listen to more episodes, head to Apple Podcasts!   Connect with Jamie and Maggie: Facebook Instagram YouTube TikTok

Lagrange Point
Episode 507 - Peering beneath Mars' surface

Lagrange Point

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 16:04


How does a single sensor help change your outlook on a planet? A single small seismometer on Mars can help understand Mars' past, present and future. What do an ultrasound and Mars have in common? Both can use a single sensor to peer deep inside. Listening to the echoes of marsquakes helps researchers understand what's in Mars' core. Modelling the inside of Mars' core helps researchers understand its past and future. Mars is often thought to be volcanically dead, but there are signs of some activity. A cluster of marsquakes can help researchers find evidence of vulcanism on Mars. Sheng Wang, Hrvoje Tkalčić. Scanning for planetary cores with single-receiver intersource correlations. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01796-8 Simon C. Stähler, Anna Mittelholz, Cleément Perrin, Taichi Kawamura, Doyeon Kim, Martin Knapmeyer, Géraldine Zenhäusern, John Clinton, Domenico Giardini, Philippe Lognonné, W. Bruce Banerdt. Tectonics of Cerberus Fossae unveiled by marsquakes. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01803-y

Drive with Joel & Fletch
Petrol prices, world news and peering is back (27/10/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:09


Fletch isn't pleased with the rise in diesel prices, the peering chat from yesterday is back and we're crossing to the world news desk.

Catch Da Craze
A A Rubin talks Into that Darkness Peering Episode 478

Catch Da Craze

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 72:22


Author A A Rubin talks his new book Into That Darkness Peering https://aarubin.wordpress.com/blog-feed/ Expand your reach by sponsoring Catch Da Craze today https://www.doodiesworld.com/sponsor-the-show Want art / books / prints by Samuel… Order here www.doodiesworld.com Want to be a guest on Catch Da Craze Podcast? First, Subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/catchdacraze?sub_confirmation=1 Next Hit this Link and you are all set - https://calendly.com/catchdacraze/guest-on-catch-da-craze-podcast Get the latest news from Catch Da Craze: Sign Up Here https://shoutout.wix.com/so/7dNbOtEMq?languageTag=en #Podcast #poetry #indie

Drive with Joel & Fletch
SENZ's Kirstie & Beaver, dating rules and peering nurses (26/10/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 39:51


The boys cross the ditch to Kirstie Stanaway and Stephen Donald, Joel has a sneaky some suspicions about some nurses and the boys are discussing some of the dating rules they've encountered.

Living In Rhythm
MYSTIC REVELATIONS ep 29

Living In Rhythm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 2712:00


The essence of this session~ Peering beyond the veil… into the mysticSUN: Entered into Scorpio conjunct Venus and near the South NodeMOON: Waning crescent into a New Moon Solar Eclipse.New Moon Solar Eclipse October 25th 4:48 amCore Calibration:Root into the Earth, Expand into the Sky. Heartbeat at the center of it all… Vitalize the star points in the body & pulse a Rhythmic Resonance into the field.Cosmic Synchronization:Eclipse season begins with a partial Solar Eclipse in the south node of Scorpio. Mystic revelations are prevalent as the solar energy recedes in the northern hemisphere during the fall into Scorpio this year. Venus and the Sun entered Scorpio together. On the New Moon they join~ Sun, Moon and Venus at 2º Scorpio, along with the south node at 13º Scorpio. This alignment constitutes a partial Solar Eclipse in the south node. Anyone with planets on or near these degrees in the sign of Scorpio, Aquarius, Taurus or Leo will be particularly sensitive to this eclipse. Archetypal energies of this south node eclipse in Scorpio suggest surrendering to the moment, listening to and acting accordingly to the feedback of our sensory perceptions and inner guidance. Elevated valuation of self empowerment and presence is highly encouraged at this time. Eclipse season often reveals mystical insight for those tuned in and willing to walk the evolutionary pathway. In other planetary news… Saturn is direct. Slowly but surely making its way through the final degrees of Aquarius, the ongoing square between Saturn and the nodes of the moon will begin to lighten up. Jupiter continues to retrograde from Aries back into Pisces highlighting an opportunity to amplify higher levels of consciousness, it's time.Sista Sunday waxes philosophy in the art & science of Living in Rhythm through Cosmic Synchronization with the Sun, Moon and Elements, as well as Core Calibration of the mind, body and spirit for empowering herself and others to let their soul shine. It's a lifestyle!

The SWIB Podcast: Wisconsin Retirement System Insights
18. Peering into the Future to Keep the WRS Positioned for Success, with GRS Actuaries Jim Anderson and Brian Murphy

The SWIB Podcast: Wisconsin Retirement System Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 26:18


The Wisconsin Retirement System is one of the few fully funded public pensions in the country, thanks in part to SWIB's strong investment management. Because of the unique shared risk design of the WRS, investment returns directly impact annuity adjustments for retirees and contribution rates for employees and employers. The challenge is finding the right balance between taking enough risk to make sure the WRS is providing the benefits promised to its participants while avoiding taking too much risk that could cause volatile swings in those annuity adjustments and contribution rates. By implementing a sophisticated investment strategy, SWIB has helped position the WRS for a strong future, despite the volatility that has been a part of the financial markets over the past couple years. But, staying well-positioned means constantly re-evaluating and preparing for what the future might bring In this episode of The SWIB Podcast, we talk to Brian Murphy and Jim Anderson, actuaries from Gabriel, Roeder, Smith and Company (GRS). We will hear how they help SWIB and the Department of Employee Trust Funds to peer into the future and keep the WRS on track for success and how GRS helps SWIB conduct robust stress testing of the system to evaluate and strengthen its investment returns.

The Long View
Dave Nadig: Peering Into the Future of Indexing, Governance, and Financial Technology

The Long View

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 57:16 Very Popular


Our guest this week is Dave Nadig. Dave is Financial Futurist at VettaFi, a data and research firm that focuses on the ETF industry as well as nascent technologies like digital assets. Dave boasts decades of experience analyzing and writing about the investment management business both at VettaFi and before that at ETF.com. Dave is a sought-after speaker and frequently quoted in the media on matters pertaining to the ETF industry, market structure, and many other topics. He is also the author of a book on ETFs called A Comprehensive Guide To Exchange-Traded Funds. Dave received his bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and his MBA from Boston University.BackgroundBio@DaveNadigVettaFiA Comprehensive Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds, by Dave NadigFuturism and Innovation“Financial Futurist,” by Dave Nadig, etftrends.com.“Tokenize Absolutely Everything,” by Dave Nadig, etfdb.com, Nov. 19, 2021.Indexing “ETF Prime: Dave Nadig on the Ethics of Indexing,” by Dave Nadig, nasdaq.com, May 17, 2022.“Dimensional's Conversion of Mutual Funds Into ETFs Pays Off,” by Beagan Wilcox Volz, ft.com, July 14, 2022.“Bloomberg: Dave Nadig on Single-Stock ETF Risks,” by Aaron Neuwirth, etfdb.com, Aug. 19, 2022.“ETF Edge: Dave Nadig Talks Direct Indexing,” by Aaron Neuwirth, etftrends.com, Sept. 13, 2021.“Commentary: Direct Indexing: A Point Solution for Global Crises,” by Dave Nadig, jii.pm-research.com, May 19, 2022.“Direct Indexing Is Like Customizing a Tesla, but With Your Portfolio, Investor Says,” by Lizzy Gurdus, cnbc.com, Sept. 16, 2021.“Are You in the Retirement ‘risk zone'? These Investments Might Be Able to Protect You,” by Robert Powell, MarketWatch, July 15, 2022.Governance and Regulation“Proposed Legislation Promises to Empower Investors. What to Know,” by Lauren Foster, barrons.com, June 14, 2022.“The INDEX Act: The Next ESG Battle Is for Your Vote,” by Dave Nadig, etftrends.com, Aug. 5, 2022.“VettaFi's Mid-Year Research Update: Big Picture,” by Dave Nadig, etfdb.com, July 15, 2022.“The Inelastic Market Hypothesis: A Microstructural Interpretation,” by Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, arvix.org, January 2022.“Yahoo Finance: Dave Nadig Discusses Investing Amidst Rising Rates, Crypto, and ESG,” by Karrie Gordon, etftrends.com, April 14, 2022.“The Tricky Politics of Anti-ESG Investing,” by Liam Denning, washingtonpost.com, May 19, 2022.Asset Allocation“ETF Edge: Dave Nadig on Changes to the 60-40 Portfolio,” Nasdaq.com, April 19, 2021.“Don't Kill the 60/40 Portfolio: Vanguard Consultant,” by Bernice Napach, thinkadvisor.com, Aug. 3, 2021.“TD Ameritrade: Dave Nadig on ESG and Bond Trends,” by Aaron Neuwirth, etftrends.com, May 3, 2021.“Yahoo Finance: Dave Nadig on Alternative Allocations,” by Aaron Neuwirth, yahoo.com, May 25, 2022.Advice Market “Yahoo Finance: Dave Nadig Putting Crypto in Focus,” by Aaron Neuwirth, etftrends.com, May 19, 2021.“Announcing the New Kitces AdvisorTech Directory and the State of the (Nerd's Eye View) Blog,” by Michael Kitces, kitces.com, Jan. 31, 2022.KnudgeCrypto and ETFs“Nadig Appears on ETF Edge to Talk Emerging Markets, Value Investing, Crypto, and More,” by Evan Harp, etftrends.com, Aug. 29, 2022.“Bitcoin Futures ETF: Lucy & the Football?” by Dave Nadig, etftrends.com, Aug. 31, 2021.“How to Talk to your Client About NFTs,” by Dave Nadig, etftrends.com, March 30, 2021.“The Problem With a Bitcoin Futures ETF,” by Dave Nadig, etftrends.com, Oct. 12, 2021.

Locked On Cubs – Daily Podcast On The Chicago Cubs
Do the Cubs have the best future of any Chicago sports team?

Locked On Cubs – Daily Podcast On The Chicago Cubs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:55


Peering ahead to the next few years and beyond, which Chicago sports team has the best future? Plus: Hayden Wesneski pitches well again in a win over the Pirates, Sam attempts to answer a trivia question, best and worst of the week, and more. Hit the feedback zone by sending us a text: 312-834-4634 Follow us on Twitter: @LockedOnCubs | @matt_cozzi | @SamOlbur Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Nugenix Now get a complimentary bottle of Nugenix Total T when you text MLB to 231-231. Text now and get a bottle of Nugenix Thermo, their most powerful fat incinerator ever, with key ingredients to help you get back into shape fast. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. BlueChew Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code LOCKEDON at BlueChew.com,-just pay $5 shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

A Funny Feeling
The Watchers w/Adela Lavine (Intuitive Medium, author of Peering into the Narrow Room)

A Funny Feeling

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 102:38


We had the pleasure of having Adela Lavine (Intuitive Medium, author of Peering into the Narrow Room) on the podcast this week. She's giving us a peak into the other side, and we learn some cool shiiii. Listener Mariah tells us about an encounter with a disapproving man in a black hat watching her, and feeling some ghost breath. Please send us your own true paranormal experiences in either a voice memo or e-mail to funnyfeelingpod@gmail.com. BetterHelp is online therapy that offers video, phone, and even live chat-only therapy sessions. Our listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/afunnyfeeling.  Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/FUNNYFEELING.  Advertise on A Funny Feeling via Gumball.fmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Westminister Pulpit Podcast
Peering Through Heaven's Door

Westminister Pulpit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 34:20


Thought Feeder
Episode 43: Peering Over the Fence

Thought Feeder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 56:50


Joseph Master, Ologie's Executive Director of Client Strategy, talks to Joel and J.S. about the joys of external validation, creating horizontals that cut across the verticals, and what happens when you glance over the fence at new opportunities.

NAB Morning Call
Peering into Jackson hole

NAB Morning Call

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 15:12


Friday 26th August 2022 View our disclaimer and terms of use: nab.co/3shJyyp View our NAB Financial Services Guide: nab.co/3rvJtI9 There's unlikely to be any surprises when Jerome Powell steps up to the podium at the Jackson Hole Symposium tonight (Australian time). It's well signalled that he will be uber-hawkish, and with the Fed's credibility on the line, best not to go too-soft when inflation is spiking. That said, NAB's Taylor Nugent says there has been some pull back in bond yields ahead of the main act, whilst equities have pushed higher overnight. Minutes from the ECB have largely been overtaken by events. It was noted that a “recession would not necessarily diminish upside inflation risks, especially if it was related to a gas cut-off”, but the question remains, what can monetary policy do about it? And US GDP has been revised up, still in negative territory but gross domestic income perhaps provides a more realistic – and positive – picture of the health of the US economy.

Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders
Peering Inside Home Health and VBC with Clinician, Investor, Operator and Public Servant, Dr. Julian Harris

Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 37:50


Dr. Julian Harris developed a personal passion for home health and shifting care towards value watching his father and his grandfather serve as caregivers for his mother and grandmother, who both had complex health conditions. He started his professional life as a primary care doctor in community health centers and safety net hospitals, but with an interest in business, gravitated towards a career that has spanned the highest levels of provider, payer, government and many other organizations. He is now applying his knowledge and experience towards his passion for care at home, serving as chairman and CEO at ConcertoCare, a value-based provider of at-home, comprehensive care for seniors and other adults with unmet health and social needs.In addition to his role leading ConcertoCare, Dr. Harris is also an operating partner at the healthcare investment firm, Deerfield Management, and earlier in his career served as an advisor to Google Ventures (GV). He also led the healthcare team in the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and before that, served as the chief executive for the Massachusetts Medicaid program. Most recently, before joining Deerfield, Dr. Harris worked at Cigna, where he led U.S. Strategic Operations and internal investment in technology and innovation, and then served as President of CareAllies, a group of Cigna-affiliated population health management and home-based primary care companies.In this episode of Healthcare is Hard, Keith Figlioli's conversation with Dr. Harris covers a wide array of topics related to healthcare innovation and new care delivery, including:The levers of shifting care towards value. Drawing on his perspectives from clinical, innovation and policy roles (at both the federal and state level), Dr. Harris describes how he thinks about the different levers that can be adjusted to improve quality while ensuring that healthcare is affordable. He talks about the main goal of incentivizing providers to practice evidence-based medicine and adjusting key levers including the number of people covered, level of benefits, negotiated rates with providers, and utilization, and how they all impact each other.The VBC journey for each category of home care. Dr. Harris discusses the broad range of services delivered in the home – from PT and OT, to infusion services, palliative care, hospice, and even home-based primary care. He talks about how organizations focused on individual components of home care are finding their way towards value, how Medicare and Medicaid are driving the movement, and the end goal of combining all the pieces for comprehensive care.Thoughtful acceleration of digital tools. While there are many barriers for aging patients to engage with digital tools, Dr. Harris is seeing thoughtful and effective execution by companies addressing issues like remote patient monitoring, medication adherence, and chronic condition management. He sees the most success with patients utilizing these tools in an integrated model and talks about the increasing role digital tools will naturally play as people engage more as they age, or before they develop complex health conditions.To hear Dr. Harris and Keith talk about these topics and more, listen to this episode of Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders.

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 7/26/22 - Psychic Pareidolia w. Anthony Tyler

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 120:01


Peering into the unknown can be dangerous, especially when the line between our world and the next becomes blurred. Humans are fascinated with the mysterious, but once we can isolate and identify agents of cause the mystery tends to fade. Some mysteries never are void of intrigue, however, because we have yet to define what they are or what they mean. Virtually everything from psychic phenomena to sleep paralysis and UFOs is rooted deeply in our perceptions and vulnerabilities, and how well we understand human psychology. Anthony Tyler, host of Black Hoodie Alchemy and author of Hunt Manual and Dive Manual, joins us to discuss psychic pareidolia.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: The full blown, 3rd straight summer COVID surge that we'd all rather forget -- Network TV continues to struggle at the Emmys -- Peering deep into space with the Webb telescope

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 50:01


The BA.5 COVID omicron variant certainly is doing its best to ruin our post-pandemic plans. As we are in the midst of our third straight summer of surging COVID cases, most Americans are simply acting as if it isn't happening ... and carrying on with their business. But there is emerging evidence that people are getting sicker with this COVID variant, and it's more contagious ... so we'll go In Depth on all of it. We will then dive into today's January 6th committee hearing, which detailed what was repeatedly described as an "unhinged" meeting in the Trump oval office .... and presented arguments that the former president's January 6th rally was always designed to be violent. This morning's Emmy nominations were noticeably devoid of shows from traditional TV networks, as cable and streaming outlets dominated the awards categories. Is there still a role for old-school network shows in today's television landscape? Surgeons are moving one step closer to being able to use animal organs for transplants into human beings ... we'll look at a recent successful experiment with that. And if you've seen the stunning pictures produced the Webb space telescope you've looked deeper into the universe than anyone has previously been able to do ... and we'll talk more about what exactly we're seeing in those images. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Humans With Hans - A Look Into Relationships
Parker's Path Peering Into Success

Humans With Hans - A Look Into Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 26:48


While Parker has had his own challenges, he, for the most part has lived a life of privilege and bliss. Parker recently has had to come to terms with not always meeting the expectations he has set for himself.

WP-Tonic Show A WordPress Podcast
#704 WP-Tonic "This Week In WordPress & Tech" 24th of June, 2022 at 8:30 am PST

WP-Tonic Show A WordPress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 72:19


This Weeks Special Guest Chris Badgett Joint Founder and CEO of LifterLMS https://lifterlms.com/ Morten Rand-Hendriksen - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mortenrandhendriksen/ This Week's Articles That We Discuss During The Show #1 - Matt Mullenweg Identifies GoDaddy as a “Parasitic Company” and an “Existential Threat to WordPress’ Future” https://wptavern.com/matt-mullenweg-identifies-godaddy-as-a-parasitic-company-and-an-existential-threat-to-wordpress-future #2 - TikTok insiders say the social media company is tightly controlled by Chinese parent ByteDance https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/25/tiktok-insiders-say-chinese-parent-bytedance-in-control.html #3 - What’s up with the WordPress vibe? https://mattreport.com/whats-up-with-the-wordpress-vibe/ #4 - Google’s AI Is Something Even Stranger Than Conscious https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2022/06/google-palm-ai-artificial-consciousness/661329/ #5- Things I Wish I’d Known Earlier In My Career https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2022/06/things-to-know-earlier-in-your-career/ #6 - Peering into the accessibility of Dark Mode https://uxdesign.cc/peering-into-the-accessibility-of-dark-mode-ab1237b68265

The Sunday Show
Peering Inside the Platforms

The Sunday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 93:29


This episode focuses on how best to create mechanisms for outside scrutiny of technology platforms. The first segment is with Brandon Silverman, the founder and former CEO of CrowdTangle, an analytics toolset acquired by Facebook in 2016 that permitted academics, journalists and others to inspect how information spreads on the platform.  And the second segment is a panel provided courtesy of the non-partisan policy organization the German Marshall Fund of the United States. On June 15, GMF hosted Opening the Black Box: Auditing Algorithms for Accountable Tech, featuring Anna Lenhart, Senior Technology Policy Advisor, Rep. Lori Trahan, a Democrat from Massachusetts; Deborah Raji, a fellow at the Mozilla Foundation and a PhD Candidate in Computer Science at UC Berkeley; and Mona Sloane, a sociologist affiliated with NYU and the University of Tübingen AI center. The panel was moderated by Ellen P. Goodman, a Professor at Rutgers Law School and a Visiting Senior Fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Matters of Life and Death
Prenatal screening 1: Peering into the unknown, less than 1/150, blood tests over the internet, and disability doublethink

Matters of Life and Death

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 36:20


Pregnant women today are offered a battery of tests and screening for their unborn child, looking for an ever-increasing range of conditions and risks. But is the onward march of technology in this sphere always an unmitigated good thing? With abortion for a disability legal in the UK up to term, women are being given terrible choices previous generations never faced: give birth to a child who probably has a life-limiting or even fatal condition, or end the pregnancy early. What ethical challenges does this knowledge, whether gained via the official NHS programmes or a growing number of DIY tests available online, pose? If you want to go deeper into some of the topics we discuss, find more resources to read, listen to and watch at John's website: http://www.johnwyatt.com For more resources to help you explore faith and the big questions, visit: http://www.premierunbelievable.com

Hagmann Report
Peering Behind the Curtain - Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong | Austin Broer Joins Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report 6/10/22

Hagmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 91:35


For show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.com/videosThe Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmannUse Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/fundraiser)HAGMANN COFFEE: (www.HagmannStore.com)The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN'S PODCASTiTunes: (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hagmann-report/id631558915?uo=4)Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/376mkckQHCPYTJssQN794g)iHeart: (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hagmann-report-30926499/)Spreaker: (https://www.spreaker.com/show/hagmann-report)Email: studio@hagmannreport.comFOLLOW HAGMANN AT:Parler: (www.parler.com/profile/DouglasHagmann)Gab: @DougHagmannTwitter: Twitter is garbage

The Stacking Benjamins Show
Peering Into the Travelscope (with Joseph Rosendo) - REWIND

The Stacking Benjamins Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 71:51 Very Popular


Are you looking forward to summer travel this year? We sure are! Heck, we're pretending we're on vacation now while we get this rewind week started! To kick it off, we've got two-time Emmy award-winning host of Travelscope, Joseph Rosendo, to share everything you need to know before making those summer plans. This episode aired in 2021, so be sure to ignore any mention of current events or giveaways. Take a look at our original show notes from the episode here. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On Point
The remarkable story of the James Webb Space Telescope

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 47:26


Peering deeper into the universe than we ever have before. We hear the remarkable story of the James Webb Space Telescope. Marcia J. Rieke and Nikole Lewis join Meghna Chakrabarti.