Host Paul O'Mahony is joined this week by The Local's Becky Waterton and Richard Orange, and we also have an interview with Northern Lights tour operator Chad Blakley.___Sign up for IoT Talks 2023. Presented by Tele2 IoT___Here are links to some of the stories we discuss:Eurovision How to get tickets for Eurovision in MalmöHow much can I charge if I rent out my home on Airbnb in Sweden?Permanent residency EXPLAINED: What do we know about Sweden's plans to withdraw permanent residency?Flat hierarchies OPINION: Why Sweden's flat hierarchy can make people seem boringLife expectancy IN DATA: Why do people in Stockholm live the longest lives in Scandinavia?Northern Lights‘I found the American dream in Swedish Lapland'How to take the best pictures of the Northern LightsPoliticsLeft Party and Sweden Democrat congressesHow to take the best pictures of the Northern LightsCost of LivingSweden's central bank leaves interest rate unchangedSwedish food prices 26 percent higher than two years ago – which items are worst affected?How much will life in Sweden cost you in 2024?
“People with autism may stim for the following reasons: As a form of enjoyment As an attempt to gain sensory input, e.g., rocking may be a way to stimulate the vestibular (balance) system, whereas hand-flapping may provide visual stimulation As an attempt to reduce sensory input, such as only making one sound to reduce the impact of a loud, distressing environment. This may particularly be seen in social situations. To deal with stress and anxiety To block out uncertainty For coping with other strong emotions, such as fear, anger, excitement, and anticipation To manage strong sensations such as noise, light, and heat They are bored They feel overwhelmed To express frustration, especially if they have trouble communicating effectively To adapt to an unfamiliar environment To avoid certain activities or situations They are under-stimulated in terms of a place not having enough sensory input To reduce pain, such as hurting themselves in another way to take away the pain of bumping their arm, for example. To self-regulate To improve their mental health To help them concentrate on challenging or boring tasks.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
On today's Myers Detox podcast, we'll learn about the amazing Equiscope from the expert John Thorp, whose company, Intelligent Bioenergetics, is the exclusive international distributor. Electro-Equiscope® technology is a microcurrent electrotherapeutic technology proven to rapidly eliminate pain and reduce inflammation in every area of the body. It is an excellent integrative therapy to increase wellness and help alleviate symptoms from chronic diseases, inflammation, injuries, and even sagging or tired skin. Equiscope can impact at the cellular level, so results are often long-lasting or even permanent. On today's podcast, you will learn: About John Thorp's interesting life experiences and his passion for healing through Electro-Equiscope. The technology behind the Equiscope and how it works. All the diverse health issues and injuries the Equiscope can successfully treat. That our cells are controlled electrically, setting up the biochemical response, and how the Equiscope works to stimulate that response. Where you can learn more and get Equiscope treatments. Where practitioners can get a device and training to use in their own practices. John Thorp Bio: John Thorp founded Intelligent Bioenergetics to globally distribute the Equiscope, an advanced intelligent bioenergetic microcurrent device. John is also Founder and President of Thorp Institute of Integrated Medicine (TI), a medical management company established in 1995 - and a leading authority on microcurrent technologies. With 30 plus years of experience in the field of electro-medicine, he's administered and taught proprietary clinically proven protocols to clients and practitioners worldwide. John Thorp's introduction to electrotherapy came in 1986 when he shattered his tibia, fibula and femur bones, under his right knee. He was told without a total knee replacement he would most probably be crippled for life. But he used his devices to recover fully and compete in a triathlon one year later. After attending the Institute of Oriental Medicine to study acupuncture, John established protocols for this technology, producing unheard of success rates in the reduction of chronic pain. John's expertise in the clinical use of this world-renowned microcurrent device led to eventual ownership and operation of two full-phased medical clinics. You can learn more about John and his work at www.intellbio.com. ✨SUBSCRIBE✨ http://bit.ly/38pyo1U
Our journey in the world of ADHD began when our daughters were diagnosed with the disorder. Alissa Lozinski, a dear friend who has been through the same journey, joins me as we peel back the layers of our experiences parenting neurodivergent children. In our candid conversation, we uncover the initial struggle of diagnosis, the maze of sensory issues, and the various strategies we've implemented, including occupational therapy, neurofeedback, and parent coaching. We believe our personal revelations could be a beacon of hope for parents finding their way in the same circumstances. What does it mean to parent a neurodivergent child? We've learned it involves understanding, resilience, and a lot of love. Our daughters' ADHD diagnoses were not the end, but rather the beginning of a journey into comprehending the mental aspects of the disorder and dealing with sensory issues. We discovered these issues aren't a one-size-fits-all – they can manifest differently in children and adults, adding another layer of complexity. Alissa shares her personal experiences, shedding light on her own struggle with her daughter's ADHD, and how she's navigated the myriad of challenges it presents. While we discuss our frustrations and challenges, we also celebrate our triumphs. We've explored various therapeutic avenues that have proven valuable in managing ADHD. Among these is neurofeedback, a technique that shows promise in regulating brain function and behavior. As parents, we've learned that understanding neurodivergence is the first step towards a fulfilling life for our children. We invite you to join us as we share our story, hoping to provide comfort, insights, and perhaps even a new perspective on parenting neurodivergent children. In this episode, you will hear: Discovering ADHD through occupational therapy The importance of comprehensive diagnostic evaluations Neurofeedback and neurostimulation Permanent changes and improved frustration tolerance Encouragement for parents of neurodivergent children Follow and Review: We'd love for you to follow us if you haven't yet. Click that purple '+' in the top right corner of your Apple Podcasts app. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast.
“Who can benefit? You actually can't access a partner surrogate without already having a licensed therapist, according to Shattuck. So generally, he says, “someone who begins working with a partner surrogate has already been in sex therapy for a few months or few years and still has a lot of work to do around feeling comfortable with sex, intimacy, dating, and their body.” The problems that may motivate a client to suggest they incorporate a partner surrogate into their healing process — or for a sex therapist to suggest the same to a client — range from generalized social anxiety to specific sexual dysfunctions or fears. Some folks who may benefit from the healing powers of partner surrogacy include: trauma and abuse survivors folks with little or no sexual experience penis-owners with erectile dysfunction or early ejaculation vulva-owners with vaginismus, or other pelvic floor dysfunction that may make penetrative intercourse painful people who struggle with body acceptance or body dysmorphia people who have anxiety or fear specifically around sex, intimacy, and touch folks with disabilities that make it more challenging to have sex.” “How does it work? Once you and your therapist have decided surrogate partner therapy could benefit you, your sex therapist may reach out to their network of partner surrogates to help you find a potential match. They may also contact the IPSA Referrals Coordinator for assistance in finding a compassionate, well-trained, certified professional surrogate partner who best fits your needs. Shattuck calls out that nowadays many partner surrogates have online and social media platforms, so if you stumble on a partner surrogate you think might be a good fit for you, bring it up with your sex therapist. But to actually work with that particular partner surrogate, both your sex therapist and that partner surrogate will have to sign off. From there, “the client and partner surrogate will meet to determine whether or not it's a good fit,” says Shattuck. The first meeting happens in the sex therapist's office, but all subsequent meetings happen elsewhere — usually in the surrogate's office, or the client's home. A “good fit” isn't determined by things like how attracted you are to the surrogate, but rather by feeling like you can (or eventually can) trust them. Usually, the partner surrogate and sex therapist work together to come up with a treatment plan based on your goals. After that, you and your partner surrogate will work together toward that goal. Things a treatment plan may incorporate: making eye contact meditation sensate focus breathing exercises body mapping one-way or mutual nudity one- or two-way touch (above or below clothing) intercourse (guided by safer-sex practices) “There isn't always, or even usually, intercourse between a partner surrogate and the client, but when there is, we focus on building an intimate foundation first,” says Shattuck. Surrogate partner therapy isn't a one-and-done thing. “We work together once a week or so until the client reaches their goals. Sometimes that takes months, sometimes that takes years,” he says. “Once a client has reached their goals, we have a few closing sessions and then send them off into the real world!” -Healthline --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
The civilian death toll wrought by Israel's siege of Gaza is staggering. More than 14,000 Palestinians have been killed, nearly half of them children. More than 1.7 million Palestinians in Gaza have been displaced from their homes. And President Joe Biden has presided over an open spigot of U.S. weapons and support for the war of annihilation being waged by the far-right government of Benjamin Netanyahu.This week on Intercepted, the esteemed historian Rashid Khalidi joins Jeremy Scahill and Murtaza Hussain for a wide-ranging conversation about the long arc of the history of Israel's political, economic, and military campaigns against the Palestinian people. Khalidi, a professor at Columbia University, is the author of several books, including “The Hundred Years' War on Palestine.” Khalidi also discusses how the war on Gaza will impact Biden's legacy and the role of the United States in facilitating the current war and those of the past 75 years. "Biden has done permanent harm to the standing of the United States in the world, in the Muslim world, and in the Arab world. Permanent harm," says Khalidi. "He has alienated young generations that will think of the United States in terms of Gaza for a very long time."If you'd like to support our work, go to theintercept.com/give, where your donation, no matter what the amount, makes a real difference.And if you haven't already, please subscribe to the show so you can hear it every week. And please go and leave us a rating or a review — it helps people find the show. If you want to give us additional feedback, email us at Podcasts@theintercept.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join me tonight as we all prepare for thanksgiving. Tonight's episode will go right in line with our thankful times we're currently in but we will go BEYOND that for every time. We will learn how to make praise a permanent practice in our beyond life's. Grab your tea and join me on all major podcast platforms. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/truth-over-tea/support
“The followers of John Wycliffe undertook the first complete English translations of the Christian scriptures in the 14th century. These translations were banned in 1409 due to their association with the Lollards. The Wycliffe Bible pre-dated the printing press but it was circulated very widely in manuscript form, often inscribed with a date which was earlier than 1409 in order to avoid the legal ban. Because the text of the various versions of the Wycliffe Bible was translated from the Latin Vulgate, and because it also contained no heterodox readings, the ecclesiastical authorities had no practical way to distinguish the banned version. Consequently, many Catholic commentators of the 15th and 16th centuries (such as Thomas More) took these manuscripts of English Bibles and claimed that they represented an anonymous earlier orthodox translation. In 1525, William Tyndale, an English contemporary of Martin Luther, undertook a translation of the New Testament. Tyndale's translation was the first printed Bible in English. Over the next ten years, Tyndale revised his New Testament in the light of rapidly advancing biblical scholarship, and embarked on a translation of the Old Testament. Despite some controversial translation choices, and in spite of Tyndale's execution on charges of heresy for having made the translated Bible, the merits of Tyndale's work and prose style made his translation the ultimate basis for all subsequent renditions into Early Modern English.” Many religionists shame people for not “falling out on the altars.” In religion, going through the motions and not being truly reformed is rampant. There is denominational tribalism, praise and worship tribalism, houses of worship tribalism, popular preacher tribalism, and religious ritualism tribalism. There is what is called “Filthy Rag Theology” within their beliefs, their teachings, their music, their rituals, and their practices. Many of them don't allow The Greatest Commandment to guide all areas of their lives. They are not even comfortable discussing dinosaurs which is saddening to me. Traditionalists are hypocritically outraged over the Queen James Bible, but they celebrate King James even though he was sexually fluid. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
“1. A Hunger for Power & Dominance Both sociopaths and psychopaths are commonly found at the head of corporations, governments, and in positions of great power. This may be no coincidence. Sociopaths have a tendency to be power-hungry and may spend a lot of time and effort attaining positions where they can control, dominate, and have authority over others.2 Once they obtain power, they commonly misuse and abuse it in ways that are irresponsible, destructive, and harmful to others. 2. Devious or Deceptive Tendencies Another common characteristic of a sociopath is the tendency to be devious, dishonest, or deceptive. Sociopaths are often caught telling lies, exaggerating or distorting the facts, or misrepresenting the truth in order to get what they want.5 When caught in a lie or confronted about their dishonesty, they will use denial, projection, or redirection to squirm out of accountability.4” -Choosing therapy --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
On this episode of Parallax Views, the noted genocide studies scholar A. Dirk Moses, author of The Problems of Genocide: Permanent Security and the Language of Transgression, returns to his intervention on the debate about whether or not what is happening in Gaza constitutes a genocide. He recently wrote the piece in the Boston Review entitled "More than Genocide". In addition to this we also discuss his scathing take on the open letter of solidarity signed by Jurgen Habermas and other major German intellectuals. In the second segment of the show, Dr. Waitman W. Beorn joins the show to discuss how British writer Douglas Murray, fashion model Fabio, and others are distorting Holocaust history by making defenses of the Third Reich in light of the Oct. 7th Hamas attack. These commentators are making the case that the Nazis were "ashamed" of the Holocaust, concealed their crimes as a result, and were remorseful for their action. Dr. Beorn begs to differ and believes this Nazi apology, like the clean Wehrmacht myth, could lead down dangerous paths.
The Clare Social Democrats claim the government is wasting millions of euro that should be invested in permanent housing in this county. At the end of October, the local authority had 1,181 tenancies availing of the housing assistance payment while awaiting an offer of social housing. Last year, meanwhile the state shelled out €4.3m to the propreitor of Magowna House alone for hosting Asylum Seekers. Ogonelloe based Clare Social Democrats Chair Gary Miley believes the state could harmonise the needs of both groups with more efficient planning.
“1) They threw aside God's commandments and made the commandments of men and traditions into doctrines. (Mark 7:7-9). (2) They were more concerned with outer purity rather than the purity of the heart. Jesus said that they cleaned the inside of the cup but inside their hearts were full of wickedness! (See Luke 11:39; Matt. 23:25, 27, 28). (3) They tithed on herbs which is good but more important matters like justice and the love for God were overlooked. (See Luke 11:32; Matt. 23:23,24). They strained out a gnat but they swallowed a camel. ((Matt 23:24) (4) They loved the highest seats and public greetings in the market because they were selfish and wanted to be seen by people, to the point of enlarging the borders of their clothes. (Luke 11:43; Matt. 23:5-10; Mark 12:38) (5) They made people fall. Jesus said that they were like hidden graves that made unsuspecting people fall in. (Luke 11:44). (6) They did not want people to be healed on the Sabbath that God made for man but yet they would take out their ox if it fell in a pit on Sabbath. (Matt. 13:11-17). (7) They burdened people with unnecessary traditions and did not raise a finger to help. (Luke 11:46; Matt. 23:4) (8) They built the sepulchers of the prophets that their own ancestors killed. (Luke 11:47, 48; Matt. 23:29-31). In fact they killed Jesus. (See Matt. 12:14; 21:33-46; Matt. 27:20-22). (9) They took away the key of knowledge. They blocked people from getting into heaven and they themselves did not get in. (Matt. 23:13, Luke 11:52; John 12:42,43) (10) They devoured widows' houses! (Matt. 23:14) (11) They said long prayers pretending that they were righteous. (Matt. 23:14) (12) They went on land and sea to convert people and they made those converts twice a child of hell as themselves! (Matt. 23:15) (13) They forbade people from swearing by the gold of the temple but they swore by the temple itself! (Matt. 23:16,17) (14) They talked and do not did not do anything. (Matt 23:3). They even praised God with their lips and their heart was far from Him. (Matt. 7:6). (15) They were fools, blind guides and hypocrites. (Matt 23:16-25; Luke 11:44,46; 12:1-3). John the Baptist called them vipers (Matt. 3:7). 16) They loved to tempt, accuse and oppose Jesus. (Matt. 16:1; 19:3; Mark 8:11; 10:2; 12:13; Luke 6:7). They continuously tried to entangle Him in His talk (Matt. 22:15). Paul, who was a Pharisee, told of his own nature before his conversion: "I (Paul) verily thought with myself, that I ought to do many things contrary to the name of Jesus of Nazareth." So when he came on the scene after Jesus' ascension he persecuted the Christian Church. (17) They asked for a sign to believe when many were already given. If given yet another sign they would not believe. (Luke 22:66, 67). Note that the incident mentioned in the given text was after three and a half years of Jesus working miracles, healing all types of diseases and even raising the dead! 18) There is hope even for “Pharisees”. Acts 6:7 tells us what happed after Jesus went back to Heaven and His disciples preached after being filled with the Holy Spirit. It says: “And the word of God increased; and the number of the disciples multiplied in Jerusalem greatly; and a great company of the priests were obedient to the faith.” “In every religion there is love, yet love has no religion.” “My religion is, to live through Love.” “Be certain that in the religion of Love there are no believers and unbelievers. LOVE embraces all.” “I belong to no religion, my religion is love, my heart is my temple.” -Rumi quotes --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
“Spiritual but not religious" (SBNR), also known as "spiritual but not affiliated" (SBNA), or less commonly "more spiritual than religious" is a popular phrase and initialism used to self-identify a life stance of spirituality that does not regard organized religion as the sole or most valuable means of furthering spiritual growth. Historically, the words religious and spiritual have been used synonymously to describe all the various aspects of the concept of religion, but in contemporary usage spirituality has often become associated with the interior life of the individual, placing an emphasis upon the well-being of the "mind-body-spirit", while religion refers to organizational or communal dimensions. Spirituality sometimes denotes noninstitutionalized or individualized religiosity. The interactions are complex since even conservative Christians designate themselves as "spiritual but not religious" to indicate a form of non-ritualistic personal faith.” By the way, child me has an equal respect for houses of worship in all religions. I value black African spirituality (honoring my ancestry including my Grandma Clara in all of my life's decisions and my perspectives on all subject matters.) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
The Massachusetts emergency shelter system is officially overburdened, according to state data, and officials say they have to turn away families while putting them on a waitlist. While the ongoing migrant crisis is contributing to this, there are other factors forcing residents onto the streets, including inflation and the skyrocketing cost of housing. Pine Street Inn in Boston has been working for years to create more permanent supportive housing in the Boston area, hoping to uplift those who find themselves at their lowest and help them get back on their feet. Lyndia Downie returns to the show to update Nichole on their efforts and talk about what's fueling the Commonwealth's housing emergency.
“Film-maker and previous award-winner Erika Lust hosted a talk and Q&A event at the awards, as she also had several films nominated this year. Lust sees her work in opposition to that of the mainstream, and wants to offer other ways of filming sex. Too often the films offer a weak setting and storyline before focussing on the sex, and one kind of sex at that. “Mainstream porn lacks creativity and a narrative. They only care about sets of genitals banging together as the woman enjoys fake pleasure until they get their money shot. The man enjoying his orgasm with no thought to the woman's pleasure at all. The performers are cloned stereotypes, everybody abiding to the same standards. Body hair is seen as something undesirable, or God forbid if you're not thin or muscular like an Action Man. There are no interesting stories, relatable character or good sex. It's bad sex that's given porn a bad name.” Lust playfully stated in her TEDx Talk in Vienna that “I'm not trying to get women out of porn, I'm trying to get women into porn!” As a director herself, Lust wants more women in control of production, more female directors and writers in porn can help redress the sexual balance in the industry. Lust leads by example: “I want others to continue to be inspired by the work I do, I want to encourage other women to get into leading roles within the adult film industry, as directors, producers and scriptwriter. That way we can get more of the porn we want out there and express our perspective, our desires and our pleasure.” The argument is that with more women in porn, porn becomes more equal, and more feminist naturally. By engaging women in the porn film industry, a female audience is more likely to follow. “I love working with (almost) all female team and having a real customised aspect to my filmmaking. It is key in allowing me to make exactly what I want and experiment with different themes, techniques and contexts.” Female pleasure is rarely explored within mainstream pornography, rather the women are there to be objectified or to service their male co-stars. Lust's work portrays both male and female pleasure. “I create an environment which satisfies the viewer with realistic interpretations of real fantasies. The performers look like and play characters that are like the guy or girl on the street, they are natural, individual and attractive in their own unique way. The sex is real, you can see the pleasure, the sweat, the touching and hear the sounds. The performers caress, enjoy and pleasure one another.” As for the audience, Lust does not discriminate. Her films do not specifically target a female audience, but anyone who wants to watch them. “I make my films with a feminist mind, and that means equality to all sexes,” Lust explains. “My films portray men and women as equals with consideration to everyone's pleasure, fantasies and desires.” A more realistic portrayal of sex engages an audience in a more profound and enjoyable way. The Feminist Porn Awards celebrates those taking steps to create erotica which mirrors the sex we like to have - that which acknowledges mutual pleasure. “Viewers can see themselves in my films. They feel like they could live out that scenario. That's what makes it more satisfying, erotic and fun!” "Mainstream porn lacks creativity and a narrative. They only care about sets of genitals banging together until they get their money shot - with no thought to the woman's pleasure at all" -Jenny Guerin By the way, the acting and the scripts in porn tend to be subpar. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
“There is a widespread cross-cultural stereotype suggesting that atheists are untrustworthy and lack a moral compass. Is there any truth to this notion?” opens a new paper published in PLOS One, investigating the relationship between moral values and religious belief or disbelief. The paper describes the results of four surveys of 4,622 atheists and theists across America and Sweden, examining the relationship between religious belief – or lack thereof – and moral values. “The most general take-home message from these studies is that people who do not believe in God do have a moral compass. In fact, they share many of the same moral concerns that religious believers have, such as concerns about fairness, and about protecting vulnerable individuals from harm,” said study author Tomas Ståhl of the University of Illinois at Chicago in a statement. There still seem to be widespread negative attitudes towards atheists worldwide. In a 2019 Pew poll, an average of 45 percent of people across 34 countries say that belief in God is necessary to be moral and have good values. Only 60 percent of respondents to a 2020 Gallup poll would vote for an atheist presidential candidate, whereas 95 percent would vote for a Catholic candidate, 93 percent would vote for a Jewish candidate, and 80 percent would vote for an evangelical Christian. The studies in this paper investigated the participant's endorsement of Liberty/oppression and amoral tendencies, as well as the five foundations of the Moral Foundations Theory: Care/harm, Fairness/cheating, Loyalty/betrayal, Authority/subversion, and Sanctity/degradation. The first two studies described in the paper used Amazon's Mechanical Turk platform, a website to crowdsource responses, to survey hundreds of US residents. From this data, religiosity was found to be unrelated to amoral tendencies and endorsement of Liberty/oppression, as well as individualizing moral foundations of care and fairness. However, atheists were found to have a weaker endorsement of binding moral foundations such as deference to authority, sanctity, and in-group loyalty. “It is possible that the negative stereotype of atheists as immoral may stem in part from the fact that they are less inclined than religious people to view respect for authority, ingroup loyalty, and sanctity as relevant for morality, and they are more likely to make moral judgments about harm on a consequentialist, case by case basis,” said Ståhl. The second two studies surveyed thousands of individuals across America and Sweden – America is a more religious country, whereas Sweden is very secular. Data from these studies showed the same pattern of results as the previous two. These studies also took into account credibility-enhancing displays and perception of existential threat, examining whether they had an influence on having religious beliefs. Credibility-enhancing displays involve important members of the community engaging in behaviors in service of religious beliefs that would be personally costly if the beliefs were false. The data showed that less exposure to credibility-enhancing displays, lower perception of existential threat, as well as a more analytical cognitive style, was associated with a lack of religious belief. As a whole, these results support the notion that the moral compass of atheists is just as good as the moral compass of theists. However, atheists are more likely to assess the morality of actions based on their consequences, whereas religious people tend to endorse moral values that promote group cohesion. As Ståhl writes in the paper: “Atheism merely implies the absence of religious belief, and says nothing about what positive beliefs the disbeliever holds.” -IFL Science Bye way, believing is not knowing and knowing is not believing. Knowing means realness and believing is a possibility of a lack of realness. I embrace complexities, nuances, complications, and gray areas. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
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On this edition of Parallax Views, this episode is a double feature featuring two experts on U.S. foreign policy, the Middle East, and the Israel/Palestine conflict: Geoffrey Aronson and Paul R. Pillar, both of whom have recent articles in Responsible Statecraft that should be of interest to anyone following the Gaza War. Geoffrey Aronson, the former director for Foundation for Middle East Peace and the editor of the bimonthly Report on Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Palestinian Territories until June 2014 discusses his piece "The Ghost of Ariel Sharon Hovers Over the Gaza Strip" about how Gaza faces what he calls a "The Future is the Past, The Past is the Future" scenario when the current war ends. He takes us back to the policies of Ariel Sharon, the Prime Minister of Israel in the early 2000's, and offers a grim picture of what Gaza will look like going forward, but also the failure of policies by both Israel and the United States. In the second segment of the show, Paul R. Pillar, an academic and 28-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency as well as a Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Studies of Georgetown University and a non-resident fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, joins the show to discuss his articles "Is Gaza on track for permanent war?" and "With world's focus on Gaza, West Bank conflict brews". We'll discuss those articles as well as U.S. foreign policy, the October 7th Hamas attack, U.S. foreign policy, and much, much more.
Expiring skills tend to get more attention. They're more likely to be the cool new thing, and a key driver of an industry's short-term performance. They're what employers value and employees flaunt.Permanent skills are different. They've been around a long time, which makes them look stale and basic. They can be hard to define and quantify, which gives the impression of fortune-cookie wisdom vs. a hard skill.But permanent skills compound over time, which gives them quiet importance. When several previous generations have worked on a skill that's directly relevant to you, you have a deep well of relevant examples to study. And when you can spend a lifetime perfecting one skill whose importance never wanes, the payoffs can be ridiculous. Anything that compounds over decades usually is.This episode discusses a few permanent skills that apply to many fields.
“Doubt as a path towards (deeper) belief lies at the heart of the story of Saint Thomas the Apostle. Note in this respect the theological views of Georg Hermes: ... the starting-point and chief principle of every science, and hence of theology also, is not only methodical doubt, but positive doubt. One can believe only what one has perceived to be true from reasonable grounds, and consequently one must have the courage to continue doubting until one has found reliable grounds to satisfy the reason. Christian existentialists such as Søren Kierkegaard suggest that for one to truly have belief in God, one would also have to doubt one's beliefs about God; the doubt is the rational part of a person's thought involved in weighing evidence, without which the belief would have no real substance. Belief is not a decision based on evidence that, say, certain beliefs about God are true or a certain person is worthy of love. No such evidence could ever be enough to pragmatically justify the kind of total commitment involved in true theological belief or romantic love. Belief involves making that commitment anyway. Kierkegaard thought that to have belief is at the same time to have doubt.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
On this episode of Highway to Hoover, Joe Healy and Mark Etheridge start by discussing the recent announcement of the SEC permanent opponents for the 2025 season and beyond. Afterward, they do another fall whiparound and discuss what Joe saw at Florida last week, what Mark saw in LSU's exhibition game on Sunday and they pass along some notes from Aaron Fitt on what he saw at South Carolina's Fall World Series. Highway To Hoover is presented by pitchLogic. Take control of your training by monitoring every pitch with their smart baseball. The pitchLogic ball gives personalized feedback and recommendations so you can set goals with confidence and make your pitches even nastier! Learn more: https://pitchlogic.com/Subscribe to the Highway To Hoover Podcast: Apple | SpotifyLearn more about SEC Extra: https://d1ba.se/SEC-Extra-InfoFollow SEC Extra on Twitter: https://twitter.com/D1SECExtra
Get your DEMYSTICON 2024 tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/demysticon-2024-tickets-727054969987 Dr. André Koch Torres Assis is a professor of physics at the University of Campinas in Brazil. He has worked on myriad topics including gravitation (Relational Mechanics, Mach's principle and the origin of inertia, absorption of gravity), electromagnetism (Weber's Electrodynamics, Ampère's force between current elements, electric field outside resistive wires carrying steady currents, propagation of electromagnetic signals), cosmology (Hubble's law of redshifts, cosmic background radiation, tired light, infinite universe in space and time) and history of science. Our conversation explores how physics, in the main, seems only to be able to tolerate one theoretical framework at a time. This has the potential to leave many revelations behind on the cutting room floor. We explore the consequences of this dynamic across the past few hundred years. Tell us what you think in the comments or on our Discord: https://discord.gg/MJzKT8CQub Sign up for a yearly Patreon membership for discounted conference tickets: https://bit.ly/3lcAasB Support DSPod & Assis when you pick up his books here: https://amzn.to/3FT3bDZ (00:00:00) Go! (00:00:15) Who is Andre Assis? (00:09:13) Unpacking the history of Science (00:17:27) Cube vs Square of Distance (00:22:52) Strangeness of Conveniently Similar Forms (00:32:15) Cleavage of Mechanism from Reason (00:45:01) Permanent magnets & circuits (00:53:18) The meaning of big G (01:00:37) Experiment in conflict with theory (01:18:05) The larger context of Weber's work (01:26:25) Vortex atoms and the desire for a material explanation (01:41:42) Tensional, vorticular, but in the end a force (01:49:53) A planetary model of the atom (01:54:42) The strange dynamics of attraction (02:04:55) Closing thoughts #PhysicsHistory, #ElectricityModels, #ScienceHistory, #HistoricalPhysics, #VintageScience, #PhysicsEvolution, #AncientElectricity, #ScientificDiscoveries, #ElectricityInventions, #HistoricalInnovations, #ClassicPhysics, #PhysicsJourney, #AntiqueTechnology, #EvolvingPhysics, #ElectricityTimeline, #OldScienceModels, #PhysicsTimeline, #VintageTech, #LegacyOfPhysics Check our short-films channel, @DemystifySci: https://www.youtube.com/c/DemystifyingScience AND our material science investigations of atomics, @MaterialAtomics https://www.youtube.com/@MaterialAtomics Join our mailing list https://bit.ly/3v3kz2S PODCAST INFO: Anastasia completed her PhD studying bioelectricity at Columbia University. When not talking to brilliant people or making movies, she spends her time painting, reading, and guiding backcountry excursions. Shilo also did his PhD at Columbia studying the elastic properties of molecular water. When he's not in the film studio, he's exploring sound in music. They are both freelance professors at various universities. - Blog: http://DemystifySci.com/blog - RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/2be66934/podcast/rss - Donate: https://bit.ly/3wkPqaD - Swag: https://bit.ly/2PXdC2y SOCIAL: - Discord: https://discord.gg/MJzKT8CQub - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DemystifySci - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DemystifySci/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/DemystifySci MUSIC: -Shilo Delay: https://g.co/kgs/oty671
“Roots of Barrenness In agrarian societies during the biblical period (1200-600 BCE), bearing children was highly valued and women's primary role was that of mother. Birthing and raising children, however, were fraught, given the high rate of maternal death in childbirth and of infant mortality; only half of all children born survived to the age of five. In the biblical stories of barren women, maternity is further complicated in order to heighten the drama of the arrival of the promised son, emphasizing the divine role in conception and birth. In the case of the patriarchal stories in Genesis, the matriarchs' barrenness emphasizes that it is God who disrupts continuity, in the transition from one generation to the next, and then selects the true heir to the covenant. In the Bible and until quite recently, the problem of infertility was attributed physiologically to women, though ultimately it was God who was seen as holding the keys to opening and closing the womb (Mishnah Taanit 3:8). Only female figures are identified by the descriptor “barren [‘aqarah]” (Genesis 11:30, 25:21, 29:31; Judges 13:2, 3; 1 Samuel 2:5; Psalms 113:9; Job 24:21), derived from the Hebrew root ‘qr, meaning “to uproot or pluck up,” the opposite of “to plant” [nt‘] (Ecclesiastes 3:2). A woman's infertility might also be marked by the phrase “she had no progeny” (as in Genesis 11:30, Judges 13:2, 2 Kings 4:14). Often these biblical women suffered deep shame as a consequence, their barrenness attributed to some hidden wrong, sin, or flaw. Sarai confronts Abram, when she is slighted in Hagar's eyes: “May the wrong done to me be on you!” (Genesis 16:5). When Rachel pleads with Jacob, “Give me children or else I die” (30:1), her husband answers: “Am I in the place of God who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?” (v. 2); when the matriarch finally conceives, she names her son Joseph [Yosef], “for God has taken away my reproach” (v. 23). Peninah, mother of Elkanah's children, made Hannah miserable, taunting her because “God had closed her womb” (1 Samuel 1:6).” -Jewish Women's Archive --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
In fact, all of these fourteen possibilities are actual realities of fun for me. “Here are 14 possibilities. Some are based on research; others are just my best guesses that still need to be put to the empirical test. And the criteria apply equally to women and men. 1. You like your single life. 2. Well, that's not quite true. Actually, if the rest of the world did not think it was oh-so-odd to say so, you'd put it this way: You love your single life. 3. Loneliness isn't a big issue for you. Time alone isn't something you fear; it's something you savor. 4. You are not going to let your idea of a social life be dictated to you. Maybe your friends matter more to you than anyone else. Maybe your relatives do. Maybe you don't want Saturday night to be date night. Maybe you like going out in big groups. Maybe you like more intimate get-togethers, in which “intimate” is not just a polite word for sexual, but can mean something bigger and deeper. Maybe you want your time with other people to be plentiful, or maybe you want it to be scarce. You are a confirmed bachelor if you are living the social life that best fits who you really are, and that social life is not just the standard-issue “find someone and get married.” 5. You enjoy handling many tasks and challenges on your own. That doesn't mean you will always want to do everything on your own, but you do enjoy your self-sufficiency. 6. You have a sense of mastery — a belief that you have the skills or knowledge to do what you need, or that you can develop them and would probably enjoy doing so. 7. When you need to make decisions (including small ones about your day-to-day life or big ones about major life choices), you don't think it's tragic if there is no one person who always makes those decisions with you. You may or may not want input from others, but ultimately, you are happy to have the final say. 8. If you never had to date again, you would be very happy, and not because you already found “the one." Do you disagree with this one, but still think of yourself as a confirmed bachelor? Okay, I have a loophole for you: There are confirmed bachelors who enjoy dating and romance; they just don't want that to turn into married life. 9. If you were in a serious romantic relationship, and it ended, maybe you will feel sad or hurt; but you may also feel relieved, because now you get to go back to the life that feels right to you. 10. You are on top of your life, or you would be if only you would buck the matrimaniacal masses and admit to yourself that you really do want to be single. 12. When people you care about marry, and you think that it is a good life choice for them, you feel happy for them. Their marriage is not a painful experience for you, because it is not the choice you want for yourself. You're not envious; you have the life that you want. (If the newlyweds subsequently ditch you, because now they are in the Married Couples Club and won't socialize with single people anymore, you can be miffed about that and still be a confirmed bachelor.) 13. When someone asks you if you are married, and you are beyond the age at which they think you should be married, you know what they are wondering: What's wrong with you? What they don't know is what you're wondering: What's wrong with YOU that makes you think that everyone wants to marry, and if they don't, there's something wrong with them? 14. You are living the life that is the best, most authentic, most fulfilling, and most meaningful life for you. If you are a confirmed bachelor, that life is single life. You are living your best life, even though other people can't quite get their heads around that. Congratulations! You are awesome. Does a lot of this sound familiar? It should. I am describing people who are single at heart.” I am single at heart and I am proud of it! Not having enough availability for my family would be strenuous, hurtful, and unbearable (which makes
“Child abuse (also called child endangerment or child maltreatment) is physical, sexual, and/or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or a caregiver. Child abuse may include any act or failure to act by a parent or a caregiver that results in actual or potential harm to a child and can occur in a child's home, or in the organizations, schools, or communities the child interacts with. The terms child abuse and child maltreatment are often used interchangeably, although some researchers make a distinction between them, treating child maltreatment as an umbrella term to cover neglect, exploitation, and trafficking. Different jurisdictions have different requirements for mandatory reporting and have developed different definitions of what constitutes child abuse, and therefore have different criteria to remove children from their families or to prosecute a criminal charge.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 14:02) ‘We Wanted A Permanent State of War in Israel on All Borders': Hamas Makes Its Aims Chillingly ClearBehind Hamas's Bloody Gambit to Create a ‘Permanent' State of War by New York Times (Ben Hubbard and Maria Abi-Habib)Hamas envisioned deeper attacks, aiming to provoke an Israeli war by Washington Post (Shira Rubin and Joby Warrick)Part II (14:02 - 20:15) Is the LGBTQ Agenda Unstopped and Unstoppable? Countries Around the World Challenge That Western NotionHong Kong tests China's tolerance with Asia's first Gay Games by Financial Times (Chan Ho-him)Restrictions on L.G.B.T.Q. Depictions Rattle Hungary's Cultural World by New York Times (Andrew Higgins)Part III (20:15 - 26:53) A Father, Patriot, and Astronaut Signs Off One Last Time: Frank Borman Dies at 95Frank Borman, Astronaut Who Led First Orbit of the Moon, Dies at 95 by New York Times (Richard Goldstein)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.
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"The PATH is one, Disciple, yet in the end, twofold. Marked are its stages by four and seven Portals. At one end — bliss immediate, and at the other — bliss deferred. Both are of merit the reward: the choice is thine. The One becomes the two, the Open and the Secret. The first one leadeth to the goal, the second, to Self-Immolation. "When to the Permanent is sacrificed the Mutable, the prize is thine: the drop returneth whence it came. The Open PATH leads to the changeless change — Nirvana, the glorious state of Absoluteness, the Bliss past human thought. "Thus, the first Path is LIBERATION. But Path the Second is — RENUNCIATION, and therefore called the "Path of Woe." "That Secret Path leads the Arhan to mental woe unspeakable; woe for the living Dead, and helpless pity for the men of Karmic sorrow, the fruit of Karma Sages dare not still." ―The Voice of the Silence Upon entering the heavenly regions of Nirvana or the superior dimensions of nature, two paths open before the initiate: the spiral path of liberation or selfish bliss, or the straight path of sacrifice and renunciation. Learn about the secret, straight path of the bodhisattva: "the essence or incarnation of wisdom / Christ" that leads the practitioner towards the absolute heights of divine attainment, known in the Hebraic Kabbalah as the Ain, Ain Soph, and Ain Soph Aur: the Absolute. This path has been taken by all of humanity's greatest sages, prophets, and luminaries, especially Jesus of Nazareth, who demonstrated with his revolutionary life the way of selfless service and boundless compassion. Through sacrificing oneself for numerous humanities, the bodhisattva of the straight path may be granted entrance into the highest degrees of enlightened experience.
This episode is sponsored by Eckard Enterprises. To start empowering your financial future, visit www.EckardEnterprises.com Does permanent life insurance make sense or not? Is it the right or wrong short-term investment? In this episode of the Finance For Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about what you should look for and avoid to navigate the purchase of permanent life insurance. Topics Discussed: • Permanent Life Insurance Components: Cash value and death benefit • How does buying permanent life insurance compare to term life insurance? • Agents: People who push, play with permanent life insurance costs/commission • Worst Case Scenario: Buying permanent life insurance for one year • Best Case Scenario: Worst year for investment alternative to break even • Buy term, invest the difference for credit card debt and emergency reserves • Buy permanent life insurance when long-term tax savings outweigh cost and time • Key Takeaway: Get a second opinion to understand complexity, conflict of interest Links: Dave Ramsey TIAA-Cref Tax Shelter Contact Finance For Physicians Finance For Physicians
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Thursday, November 9, 2023 The BYU Cougars are preparing for a Saturday night showdown against the Iowa State Cyclones and Jake Retzlaff appears to be in line to make his second-straight start for Kalani Sitake and the BYU football program and Jake Hatch says it should stay that way for good Jake then opened the listener mailbag to address various BYU-related questions including regarding the offensive line woes, where the blame for the offense's issues this season lie and what needs to improve asap, among other queries submitted Finally, the show wrapped up with news of Brigham Young University athletic director Tom Holmoe being set to be honored by the NFF and College Hall of Fame along with some more listener mailbag questions answered by Jake Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Birddogs - Today's episode is brought to you by Birddogs. Go to birddogs.com/lockedoncollege and they'll throw in a free custom birddogs Yeti-style tumbler with every order eBay Motors - For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply Gametime - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase BetterHelp - This episode of Locked On Cougars is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LockedOnCollege get on your way to being your best self FanDuel - Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, enable notifications, rate and review the show. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The city of Sacramento is among the many communities in California struggling to find answers for its growing homeless population. A shelter in the city serves hundreds of men and women, but is struggling to connect them with permanent housing. Reporter: Chris Nichols, CapRadio Governor Gavin Newsom's prominent role in national politics could be costing him support in California. According to a new poll, Newsom's overall approval rating -- just 44%, is the lowest mark of his governorship. Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED
Abbott and Costello were a legendary comedy duo who made their name on radio, film, and television. They were the most popular comedy team of the 1940s and early 1950s, and their work is still enjoyed by audiences today. Their most famous routine, "Who's on First?", is one of the most well-known comedy routines of all time. The duo's popularity waned in the early 1950s, but their legacy lives on. Here are some additional details about Abbott and Costello: They met in 1936 while performing in a burlesque show. Their first radio show was on The Kate Smith Hour in 1938. They starred in over 30 films together, including "Buck Privates" (1941), "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" (1941), "Rio Rita" (1942), "Who Done It?" (1942), "Lost in a Harem" (1944), "The Naughty Nineties" (1945), "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" (1948), "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy" (1955), and "Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man" (1951). They were inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1978. The duo was made up of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Abbott was the straight man, while Costello was the comedian. Their comedy was based on wordplay, physical humor, and slapstick. They were known for their catchphrases, such as "Who's on First?" and "Nuts!" Abbott and Costello were one of the most popular comedy teams of all time. They entertained audiences for over two decades and their work is still enjoyed by people today. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dwight-allen0/support
"False learning is rejected by the Wise, and scattered to the Winds by the good Law. Its wheel revolves for all, the humble and the proud. The "Doctrine of the Eye" is for the crowd, the "Doctrine of the Heart," for the elect. The first repeat in pride: "Behold, I know," the last, they who in humbleness have garnered, low confess, "thus have I heard.” "The Dharma of the "Eye" is the embodiment of the external, and the non-existing. The Dharma of the "Heart" is the embodiment of Bodhi, the Permanent and Everlasting." ―The Voice of the Silence True spiritual knowledge, the Heart Doctrine, is gained from direct experience, not from books, lectures, scriptures, scholasticism, intellectualism, or debates. Discover how true wisdom and understanding of Dharma, the divine law, is based upon our living experiences of the truth, denominated in the East as bodhi: the light, perception, and wisdom of Christ. This lecture explains the nature of the Heart Doctrine and the essence of bodhichitta, the wisdom-mind, mind-heart, or heart of compassion within esoteric Buddhism and the Christic path of initiation. Real wisdom is gained through selfless service, for in order to attain complete liberation of the psyche, compassion and sacrifice for others is necessary. Resources: Carmina Burana: O Fortuna Carmina Burana: Fortune Plango Vulnera
In this episode, Alex talks about why he thinks Daylight Savings Time should be permanent in the United States. He goes into the economic, health-related, and societal reasons as to why this would be beneficial. He also rants about the age old battle between Night Owls and Morning People.
In this episode, Mike is joined by Alex Allen for an important conversation around building self-trust, forgiveness, healing, and making the entire journey a lasting one. Alex has been through a lot on her journey from dealing with trauma to disorder eating tendencies to finally finding peace and joy in the process. Now, she's helping other women do the same. Her story is inspiring and this conversation around mindset, building small habits, and ditching the blame around your body is a must-listen.Follow Alex - @thealexallenGrab your copy of the Unposed & Unbothered journalGet 20% off any product from Legion Athletics! Use code POPFAM at https://www.legionathletics.comCured Nutrition is offering 15% off their products site wide! Try their Serenity Gummies or CBN Oil here - https://www.curednutrition.com/?rfsn=6745101.eee1d3Want 20% off any Organifi product? This is an exclusive offer for Mind Over Macros listeners. Simply go to organifi.com/popfam and save 20% off any of their amazing products like green juice, red juice, or gold juice!Click here to take advantage of this offer!------------------------------------------------Click here to apply for coaching!For some amazing resources and to be a part of a badass community, join our FB group HEREThe FREE personality assessment is now available online! Click here to take the assessment and find out what your personality tells us about the way you should be training and eating.Take the assessment here!To learn more about Neurotyping, visit www.neurotypetraining.comFollow Mike on IG at @coach_mike_millner
My guest on the show today is Bo Knudsen, the Managing Director of Global Equities at C Worldwide Asset Management. Many listeners may not be familiar with C Worldwide, but the Denmark-based firm manages over 20 billion dollars. Bo has been a portfolio manager since 1989 and has had his hand in some strategies that have generated incredible outperformance versus their benchmarks over long periods of time. In this insightful conversation, we discussed: The characteristics of a typical C Worldwide compounder; The investing culture that encourages employees to stay with the firm for decades; His history with the company Novo Nordisk, the Danish company that is now well-known for its weight loss drugs; How the firm approaches ethical and sustainable investing; and The elements that have allowed C Worldwide to generate such meaningful outperformance over time. For more information about C Worldwide Asset Management, please visit: https://www.cworldwide.com/ Listen to all Compounders Podcast episodes on either Apple or Spotify iTunes: https://apple.co/3xlUvPY Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3jxkxLl All opinions expressed by your hosts and the podcast guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of SNN or its affiliates. This podcast is for informational purposes only, it is not investment advice, and should not be relied upon for any investment decisions. We are not recommending the purchase or sale of any securities. The hosts and guests may be beneficial owners of the securities discussed. You should not assume that the securities discussed are or will be profitable.
#140: Longtime organic, California vegetable farmer Tom Willey continues his lively conversation with Dave. They land on their thoughts around lasting solutions for sustainable food production that will take humanity into the future.Tom Willey has run TD Willey Farms with his wife Dennesse in Madera, CA since the mid-1980s. Along with California farmers Scott Park, Phil Foster, Paul Muller, Dru Rivers, Andrew Brait and others, Tom has been participating in on-farm trials that aim understand how tillage can be minimized on organic vegetable farms.https://tdwilleyfarms.com/To watch a video version of this podcast with access to the full transcript and links relevant to our conversation, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/tom-willey-working-towards-peramanent-agriculture-episode-one-hundred-fortyThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce, and pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs from products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be, but that the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing the ability for small farms who adhere to the law to stay in business. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but still paying a premium price. And the lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000 Real Friends:https://www.realorganicproject.org/real-organic-friends/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/
Jenny Chiu, Lisa Carlin, and Darian Jenkins discuss the latest news including Luis Rubiales' three year ban, Becki Tweed made permanent head coach of Angel City, and Aitana Bonmatí being named Ballon d'Or winner (1:45). Then, the A3 crew break down the USWNT performance against Colombia, Mia Fishel and Jaedyn Shaw both scoring in only their second cap, and Horan proving herself as team leader (13:23). Next, Sandra Herrera is welcomed in to further discuss the US squad and what traits the new coach coming in should have (25:51). And finally, Veronica Latsko joins to talk about her game winning goal against Angel City, her growth as a player, and what impact Megan Rapinoe has left on her (34:21). Watch USWNT, NWSL and WSL games on P+" with a link to https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ Attacking Third is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LisaCarlin32, @Jordangeli , @JennyaChiu and @Darian_Jenks. Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Allison joins the show to talk with Kail about the wonderful souvenirs that they both picked up in Thailand. Allison shares her journey with being an NFL wife, how she has been feeling during her pregnancy, the juggling of schedule changes and the reason she decided to start her podcast. If you thought the last annoucement was big, wait til you hear this one! Follow Allison @allisonkuch and her podcast @sundaysportsclubpodcast Full video episode available only on Patreon! Please support the show by checking out our sponsors!BetterHelp: This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/barely and get on your way to being your best self Hatch: Get $20 off your purchase of a Hatch Restore 2 and free shipping at hatch.co/barelyfamous Ibotta: Go to the App Store or Google Play store and download the FREE Ibotta app and use code barelyfamous to start earning real cash back KiwiCo: Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code FAMOUS at kiwico.com