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Welcome to Episode 76 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This episode focuses on the very important topic of self-care for the parent.There are many ways that a parent can take care of their mind and body. Diet, exercise, breathing exercises and mindfulness… just to name a few. But nothing is more important than sleep. Specifically, improving sleep quality must be a priority. And there's a strong argument that this must be your TOP priority.Our guest this week is Tara Youngblood. She's a scientist, physicist, sleep expert, Ted-X speaker, and CEO of Chilisleep.Her mission is to Change the Way the World Sleeps.And the exciting news is there's so much a parent can do to improve their own sleep and the sleep their child gets.The secret this week is… Simple Hacks = SLEEP SUPERPOWERS You'll Discover:The 3 Pillars of Sleep (5:52)One Minute A Day Is All It Takes (10:16)The #1 Hack To Get To Sleep or Get Back To Sleep (11:40)The Secret Weapon for Deeper Sleep (22:38)There's a SWITCH for Sleep (26:48)The Thing That Every Disease Is Tied To (30:16)Practical Ways To Measure Sleep (35:12)BALANCE Is The Goal (39:30)Temperature Matters More Than You Think (45:34)About Our GuestTara Youngblood is the founder and CEO of ChiliSleep, a company that creates award-winning technologies and apps that are changing the way the world sleeps. Their Chili Cool Mesh signature product has been used by Presidents, celebrities, and CEOs. A leading sleep authority, Tara has given a TEDx talk on the recipe for effective sleep. In addition, she has spoken for: National Sleep Foundation, Charlotte Science Museum, Wellness conferences and Health Optimization Summit. Tara is the sleep coach for the Cincinnati Reds and has consulted with the military and veteran groups. She's been interviewed for her expertise by such popular media outlets as MSN, Fox, CNET, The Dr. Oz Show, Reader's Digest and many others.Tara's own exploration with sleep started when she lost a child and began her ten-year healing journey. Already a trained scientist with a BS in Science and Physics, Tara studied traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic practices, neuroscience and psychology. Among other things, she concluded that the link between sleep and mental health was essential. These insights form the basis of her work consulting with companies, keynote presentations, and technical innovations. Tara founded and heads the Benjamin Youngblood foundation in honor of her son. The non-profit donates to various charities such as the YMCA in her community of Mooresville, North Carolina. Chilisleep.comTedX Talk - How A Sleep Recipe Changed My LifeReferences in This Episode:Tiny Habits by B.J. FoggAtomic Habits by James ClearFor Yoga Nidra, check out sleep.meThe Oura Ring to Measure and Track SleepRaising Your Spirited Child by Mary Sheedy KurcinkaAdditional Resources:Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid ThemTo learn more about Cass & Len's All-In Warrior Parent Tribe, click hereGot a Picky Eater? - this can helpTo learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.Don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic episode updates for our "Autism Parenting Secrets!"And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on Apple Podcasts. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and we read every single one of the reviews we get. Thanks for listening!
With a podcast of his own where he's interviewed dozens of near-death survivors, psychics, paranormal researchers, as well as quantum physicists and medical doctors, this best-selling author can keep us talking for hours. Stephen Hawley Martin delves into his many years of experience and talks in-depth about his new release, “A Witch In The Family.”
Bryan Crowell is the COO at Peterson, Inc. Previously, he was a senior leader of the continuous improvement work at Intermountain Healthcare, the VP of Operations for ATK Armament Systems Group, headquartered in Clearfield Utah, and a former plant manager at Autoliv Airbag Module Plant in Ogden Utah. Bryan has had the opportunity to lead multiple organization through cultural transformation. With the combination of structure, processes and leadership behaviors Bryan has demonstrated the ability to engage all team members to drive results. Employees under Bryan's leadership and processes have implemented over 500K ideas being recognized as world class throughout industry. Mr. Crowell had the opportunity to set up the first model TPS area at the inflator facility for Autoliv, under the tutelage of Harada-san from Toyota for three years. He received a Bachelor in Physics from WSU, and an MBA from Utah State.
This month, Mark talks with John Baunach, a modeler and teacher of ninth-grade physics. He talks about his career journey as well as the ways that modeling changed his teaching. They talk about computational modeling in physics first using code to help students understand mechanics. They also talk about the flow of courses at John's school and the newest modeling workshop, modeling astronomy. Finally, they talk about tips for new modelers and advice to all teachers. Guest Bio John Baunach John has been teaching for nearly a decade, in public, private, and parochial high schools (and briefly in a university setting). He was born and raised in Louisville, KY, before attending Vanderbilt for his Bachelor's in Physics and Astronomy. He taught briefly after graduation at a local public high school, before returning for a Master's in Physics, where he was blessed to volunteer at NASA's Langley Research Center while finishing his thesis on space radiation protection modeling. He returned to education in the Nashville area, and in 2014 he attended a modeling workshop at Western Kentucky University, which had a career-changing impact on his teaching philosophy. He worked for three years at a school with a Physics First curriculum and Modeling Instruction integrated at all levels of science. He currently teaches Physics (9th Grade) and Statistics at Doane Academy, an independent K-12 day school in Burlington, NJ, just north of Philadelphia, where he is also the Science Department Chair and Director of Technology. He has led modeling workshops since 2020. https://twitter.com/JohnBaunach (Twitter) | https://instagram.com/johnbaunach (Instagram) | http://www.workingtheproblem.org (Website) Highlights [13:13] John Baunach, on why computational modeling helps students to learn: "what I find is most important is that it changes how students see math and its relationship to physics. Because oftentimes we go from motion maps to graphs and then jump from graphs and kind of derive the equations of motion from a graph. And I find coding is another nice half step between that point. And it is a different way... it lets us look at the world in one more different way and one more useful way." Resources Transcript https://sciencemodelingtalks.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/SMT-Ep27-John-Baunach-Transcript.pdf (John Transcript) Support this podcast
Today, we're breaking down Novocure, a global oncology company that has pioneered a new approach to cancer treatment. For over 100 years, the tools used to fight cancer have largely remained unchanged, but there are promising signs of a renaissance and Novocure is at the vanguard of that charge. To explain the state of cancer research and how the business has developed over the past twenty years, I'm joined by Bill Doyle – Novocure's Executive Chairman. Please enjoy this breakdown of Novocure. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex began as the first corporate card for startups and now offers a full financial stack built for scale. Get 10-20x higher credit limits, uncapped rewards, easy deposits and payments, and expense management all in one. Grow your business faster with Brex. ----- This episode is brought to you by the MIT Investment Management Company, known as MITIMCo. As the endowment office of MIT, MITIMCo searches for investment firms that are focused on achieving exceptional long-term investment returns. MITIMCo's goal is to create long-term relationships. They will partner with firms as early as Day 1 and do not ask for general partner economics in return. Visit MITIMCo's website to learn more about their unconventional emerging manager approach, including examples of managers they have backed. While they only partner with a handful of new firms each year, they have also created and published resources for the broader universe of emerging managers to benefit from, making them even more unusual in the LP world. Visit www.mitimco.org to learn more. ----- Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss Show Notes [00:03:05] - [First question] - The current state of cancer treatment today writ large [00:05:43] - What cancer is and how it becomes life threatening [00:06:38] - Why uncontrolled cell growth is so bad [00:07:27] - The main three ways we currently treat cancer [00:11:29] - Whether or not there are targeted ways we can treat cancer like mRNA [00:14:08] - How we've historically detected cancer and what future detection could look like [00:17:12] - Death rates of cancer in the US annually and the business side as it stands today [00:18:20] - Key players in the cancer treatment space that serve patients [00:19:13] - The pioneering technology that Novocure created to treat cancer [00:22:38] - The mechanism that allows their tech to target the right cells [00:25:35] - Overview of the actual procedure that takes place with their therapy [00:28:36] - The impact and results of their new treatment method [00:33:37] - A future where we can take this in a prophylactic and preventive sense [00:34:44] - Why this approach to cancer treatment isn't more widely known and accepted [00:38:09] - Financials of Novocure and the opportunities it presents for their business [00:43:10] - How they spend their R&D dollars and horizontal and vertical growth [00:48:01] - Unique ways how they spend their revenue to scale their business [00:51:05] - Biggest criticisms of the size and scope of Novocure [00:52:18] - Broader business lessons learned while building a cancer treatment company [00:55:23] - The future of healthcare more generally and what has him most excited
We give a brief outline of the almost 3000 years of the ancient Egyptian timeline as currently understood by standard model archaeology. Dynasties, Periods, Kingdoms, what they are, when they occurred, how long they lasted. Hopefully this will help a bit when you read or hear things like "in the 19th dynasty" or "this is an Old Kingdom structure". Much thanks to listener Patty for suggesting we do this.After that, Kyle reads selections from Petrie's The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh, specifically parts where Petrie is discussing his research on evidence for "anomalous" stone cutting evident on some artifacts from Egypt.We also tested our ability to stream the recording of this episode live to Twitch. The livestream video should remain up on Twitch for a few weeks, check the channel here if you want to see it, it will give you a bit of "behind the scenes" details and the conversations we have during the breaks.Brothers of the Serpent Episode 221If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element Plate 14 from Petrie's book, referenced in the showExecutive Producer:Matt Elder
Check out our sponsors: LMNT: Go to drinkLMNT.com/Impact to try their brand NEW flavor - Watermelon Salt. Riverside: Go to riverside.fm/impactInsideTracker: Get 25% off their entire store at insidetracker.com/impacttheoryShopify: Go to shopify.com/impact for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features.Ombre Lab: To get $30 off your Gut Health testing kit and probiotics -- go to: https://tryombre.com/Impact“I want you from now and forever to imagine yourself standing in a room with 1000 doors, and your job is to know better than anyone else in the company - better than anyone else on the planet - which 999 of those doors to close. That's business.” In my latest #keynote, I reveal the number one job of every business owner, explain the necessity of thinking from first principles, and challenge audience members to ask me the hardest business question they can think of. This keynote was filmed at the Driven to Success event in Los Angeles, CA on September 25th, 2021 Learn more about Driven here: www.drivenevent.com Want to hire Tom to speak at your next event? See the link here for more information: https://impacttheory.com/hire-tom/ If you're a business owner looking to scale your company, check out our Business Decision-Making Workshop. I will teach you the skills I used to scale Quest into a $1B company. Visit https://decision.impacttheory.com/application and apply today! SHOW NOTES: 00:00 | Introduction01:55 | Wanting To vs Knowing How11:14 | The Hardest Problem in Business15:04 | The Physics of Progress26:45 | Presenting Large Proposals34:10 | Keep or Sell?36:13 | When to Stop Injecting Money42:52 | Scaling From 8 to 9 Figures56:44 | Should I Hire More People?1:06:19 | Chasing Fulfillment1:09:38 | Chasing Money1:12:56 | NFT's & Investing1:15:10 | Balancing Self-Education & Action1:17:45 | Scaling in a Saturated Industry QUOTES:“Your business won't fail because of lack of opportunity, your business will fail because you pursue the WRONG opportunity.” [14:15] “Until you have so much clarity that you know what to do with the next 15 minutes, you're lost. If the next 15 minutes isn't self evident to you, you're lost. So whenever you're like, “I'm not sure what the next move is,” it's because you don't have enough clarity.” [19:11] “If you can't solve a novel problem, all you can do is copy. Now you can make a career out of being a fast follower. But the only way to get where you want to go is to be able to solve a novel problem.” [22:41] “The only way to win in life is to be more prepared than everybody else. If you want to win a gold medal in the Olympics, you actually have to be better at that sport than any other human being on planet Earth.” [32:15] “You can learn anything - but you can also hire almost everything. So the only thing that you must get good at is decision making. If you're not good at decision making, you work for somebody else.” [42:21] “I promise you, there is not a single problem in any business anywhere where the right set of questions won't lead you to the right answer.” [55:37]
When Doc Ock threatens the good commuters of New York with a dip into the Hudson, it is up to Spider-Man to stop a speeding train from taking a plummet. Will and Ian discuss Newton's second law (some may recall "Fma" from their high school Physics courses) and how it works in everyday life.Discussion TopicsThanos can't snap with metal gloves?Invisible flames and Talladega NightsNYC Train conductor snarkBad jokesA very heartfelt sign-off
Dr. Sophia Hayes is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Washington University in St. Louis. In the lab, Sophia studies the chemistry, physics, and engineering of materials we encounter in daily life like plastics and semiconductors. As a materials scientist, she is using a technique called nuclear magnetic resonance to learn more about these materials.Sophia's time away from science is spent with her family and her two newly adopted dogs. She enjoys sailing and skiing with her husband and daughter. Sophia received her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley and worked for a few years afterward as an associate for a management consulting firm specializing in energy efficiency, environmental assessments, and energy generation. Sophia interned at the Sandia National Laboratories before entering graduate school. She received her PhD in Chemistry from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She then completed a Directorate Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and UC Berkeley. She also served as an Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Physics at the University of Dortmund in Germany before joining the faculty at Washington University. Sophia has received a number of awards and honors during her career, including, an NSF CAREER Award, a Washington University Graduate Student Senate Excellence in Mentoring Award, an Alfred Sloan Research Fellowship, and the Regitze R. Vold Memorial Prize from the Alpine Solid-State NMR Conference. Sophia is with us today to tell us about her journey through life and science.
Harry by Rosemary TimperleyThank you to Steve Cuff for suggesting I read this story. Rosemary Timperley was born in 1920 in North London and died in November 1988. Her father was an architect and her mother a teacher. Timperley went to her local girls school and became a teacher herself. She taught English and History in a state school. Her pupils said she was a very dramatic figure (she ran the drama club) and wore long swirling black dresses with long drop or hoop earrings. While she was a teacher she began to submit her stories to magazine and they began to be accepted. She became a staff writer and agony aunt on the magazine Reveille. She lived in Richmond, Surrey (a well-heeled suburb of London now) for many years. Many of her stories are set in London. During the Second World War she worked at the Citizens' Advice Bureau in Kensington, London. She got married to a. Physics teacher in 1952 and they lived in Essex just outside London. They separated in the early 1960s according to some sources, but they appear to have been officially married until his death in 1968. In 1961 she mentions she is living in an old-fashioned flat and living on coffee, pink-gin and cigarettes. In 1964 she became seriously ill and had a long spell in hospital. I'm not surprised hearing about her diet. She was very prolific and was the author of 66 novels as well as radio plays and short stories. She was also editor of the 5th to the 9th Ghost Books. Harry has been filmed several times. She described herself as a recluse If You Appreciate The Work I've Put In HereYou could buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker (https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker) Become a Patron https://www.patreon.com/barcud (https://www.patreon.com/barcud) And you can join my mailing list and get a free audiobook: https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire (https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire) Music By The Heartwood Institutehttps://bit.ly/somecomeback (https://bit.ly/somecomeback) Support this podcast
What happens when a star gets hungry? Could it eat another star? Cosmic cannibalism is a thing. 500 million years ago in a galaxy far, far away – to be precise, about 500 million light years away one of two stars gobbled the other. Professor Lewis explains to Dr Karl the physics and cosmology of devouring your neighbours. drkarl.com geraintflewis.com
Dr. Brian Keating is a Chancellor's Distinguished Professor of Physics at UC San Diego, Co-Director of The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, Author of Losing the Nobel Prize, and Host of Into the Impossible Podcast which interviews the greatest minds. https://youtube.com/DrBrianKeating https://briankeating.com https://twitter.com/drbriankeating https://instagram.com/drbriankeating No Limits Society ► https://bentinhomassaro.com/nls What is I? ► https://bit.ly/WhatisI High Level Perception ► https://highlevelperception.com
Richard Betts MBE is Head of the Climate Impacts strategic area at the MET Office, the lead author on several reports from the IPCC and a Professor at the University of Exeter. There are few areas of science as contested as the climate. I wanted to speak to someone who has been researching this area for more than 3 decades to discover out why there is so much disagreement over fundamental questions like whether the earth's warming is actually caused by humans? Can we stop it? How accurate are climate models? Should we switch to renewables? What does Richard think of Extinction Rebellion? How much are China to blame? And much more... Sponsors: Join the Modern Wisdom Community to connect with me & other listeners - https://modernwisdom.locals.com/ Get 20% discount on the highest quality CBD Products from Pure Sport at https://bit.ly/cbdwisdom (use code: MW20) Reclaim your fitness and book a Free Consultation Call with ActiveLifeRX at http://bit.ly/rxwisdom Extra Stuff: Follow Richard on Twitter - https://twitter.com/richardabetts Get my free Reading List of 100 books to read before you die → https://chriswillx.com/books/ To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/modernwisdom - Get in touch. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswillx Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriswillx YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/modernwisdompodcast Email: https://chriswillx.com/contact/
This is my talk given on Nov 19, 2021, at the University of Mount Union at the Department of Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics! I cover my Ph.D. thesis which is in the field of particle astrophysics. I also go through content from my books, and blog to help students succeed in academia, industry, and government! I have experience in all three worlds now (academia, industry, and government) so anything I can share to help students and young professionals to navigate challenges in these fields, I am happy to! The journey from Ph.D. candidate to government scientist is worth sharing for those who feel the same uncertainties that I used to feel when I was in graduate school. It IS possible and this is how. Excerpt from my blog on how to finish your Ph.D. in a timely manner: Do things that will directly translate to the contents of your thesis. And, only those things. If you have been keeping good notes, putting your thesis together should not take more than a couple of months. Do not put off writing. Block off time to write every day. Basically, if you are a good graduate student, that's great, but also, it won't be easy. You will be working really hard till the last minute. You are fully capable of getting the work done, though. That's WHY you are a good graduate student. So, what do you need to do to finish? The FOUR things you need to accomplish to graduate are: Finish your projects Finish writing your thesis Find/train your replacement graduate student(s) Find a job that your advisor/committee will approve of (good postdoc or top industry job) Full blog post: https://howtophd.org/2018/08/how-to-actually-finish-your-phd-in.html Let me know any questions!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oindreebee/support
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Juan & Terence discuss the long avoided topic of the principle of least action and the euler lagrange equations. This is probably one of the most important subjects in physics. They discuss what the principle means and some of the finer points regarding it.
Welcome to the Infinite Void.Journey every week with co-hosts Jacob and Matty into the infinite void. Your number one podcast for everything space, science, philosophy and technology.In this weeks episode (Our 41st episode) we discuss the topic "Humanity in the Future". Website: https://www.the-infinite-void.com/Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/infinitevoidpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/infinitevoidPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/infinitevoidpod
We're joined by Seriah from Where did the Road Go podcast for a swapcast discussion about our Egypt trip. Seriah always asks great questions, so we have an excellent discussion about our evolving thoughts on the things we learned, and the things we unlearned, during our two weeks in Egypt.Brothers of the Serpent Episode 220If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element Executive Producers:Mark Rendina
What makes a satisfying explanation? Understanding and prediction are two different goals at odds with one another — think fundamental physics versus artificial neural networks — and even what defines a “simple” explanation varies from one person to another. Held in a kind of ecosystemic balance, these diverse approaches to seeking knowledge keep each other honest…but the use of one kind of knowledge to the exclusion of all others leads to disastrous results. And in the 21st Century, the difference between good and bad explanations determines how society adapts as rapid change transforms the world most people took for granted — and sends humankind into the epistemic wilds to find new stories that will help us navigate this brave new world.This week we dive deep with SFI External Professor Simon DeDeo at Carnegie Mellon University to explore his research into intelligence and the search for understanding, bringing computational techniques to bear on the history of science, information processing at the scale of society, and how digital technologies and the coronavirus pandemic challenge humankind to think more carefully about the meaning that we seek, here on the edge of chaos…If you value our research and communication efforts, please subscribe to Complexity Podcast wherever you listen, rate and review us at Apple Podcasts, and/or consider making a donation at santafe.edu/engage. Thank you for listening!Join our Facebook discussion group to meet like minds and talk about each episode.Podcast theme music by Mitch Mignano.Follow us on social media:Twitter • YouTube • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedInWorks Discussed:“From Probability to Consilience: How Explanatory Values Implement Bayesian Reasoning”Zachary Wojtowicz & Simon DeDeo (+ SFI press release on this paper)“Supertheories and Consilience from Alchemy to Electromagnetism”Simon DeDeo (SFI lecture video)“From equality to hierarchy”Simon DeDeo & Elizabeth HobsonThe Complex Alternative: Complexity Scientists on the COVID-19 PandemicSFI Press (with “From Virus to Symptom” by Simon DeDeo)“Boredom and Flow: An Opportunity Cost Theory of Attention-Directing Motivational States”Zachary Wojtowicz, Nick Chater, & George Loewenstein“Scale and information-processing thresholds in Holocene social evolution”Jaeweon Shin, Michael Holton Price, David H. Wolpert, Hajime Shimao, Brendan Tracey, & Timothy A. Kohler “Slowed canonical progress in large fields of science”Johan Chu and James Evans“Will A Large Complex System Be Stable?”Robert MayRelated Podcast Episodes:• Andy Dobson on Disease Ecology & Conservation Strategy• Nicole Creanza on Cultural Evolution in Humans & Songbirds• On Coronavirus, Crisis, and Creative Opportunity with David Krakauer• Carl Bergstrom & Jevin West on Calling Bullshit: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World• Vicky Yang & Henrik Olsson on Political Polling & Polarization: How We Make Decisions & Identities• David Wolpert on The No Free Lunch Theorems and Why They Undermine The Scientific Method• Science in The Time of COVID: Michael Lachmann & Sam Scarpino on Lessons from The Pandemic• Jonas Dalege on The Physics of Attitudes & Beliefs• Tyler Marghetis on Breakdowns & Breakthroughs: Critical Transitions in Jazz & MathematicsMentioned:David Spergel, Zachary Wojtowicz, Stuart Kauffman, Jessica Flack, Thomas Bayes, Claude Shannon, Sean M. Carroll, Dan Sperber, David Krakauer, Marten Scheffer, David Deutsch, Jaewon Shin, Stuart Firestein, Bob May, Peter Turchin, David Hume, Jimmy Wales, Tyler Marghetis
Have you ever been in a moment in your life where you wished something would change, but it doesn't? Time passes by and nothing changes. In physics and mathematics, this is known as the Quantum Zeno Effect. If you want to read more about this effect, visit me at www.MathScienceHistory.com. If you would like to hear the extended version of this podcast, come on over to www.Patreon.com/MathScienceHistory and sign up for a tier! Until next time, carpe diem! Gabrielle All music by Lloyd Rodgers - No Copyright - No rights reserved
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Lisa Broderick has an aptitude for making science understandable, relevant, and captivating, and has helped countless others shift their understanding and make profound changes in their lives. For over four decades, she has worked with entrepreneurs and established companies to create lives of presence and purpose. Her approach of integrating science with metaphysics and her own personal experiences has changed the lives of regular people as they reimagine how they see themselves, their businesses and how the world sees them.https://allthetimebook.com/ Check out the new platform JourneySpace.com - offering online live facilitated journeys. The inaugural event will be a live stream open to anyone on Dec 4th, 2021 that includes a free livestream ceremony with East Forest. Visit Journeyspace.com for more information.Join our East Forest COUNCIL on Patreon. Monthly Zoom Council, podcast exclusives, live-streams, and more. Listen to East Forest music: "IN" - the latest studio album from East Forest - LISTEN NOW: Spotify / AppleListen to East Forest guided meditations on Spotify & AppleTour - Catch East Forest live.Order a vinyl, dad hats, sheet music, original perfume oils, and more: http://eastforest.orgPlease rate Ten Laws with East Forest in iTunes★★★★★Sign up to learn about new retreats, shows in your area, and to join the community.Stay in the flow:Mothership: http://eastforest.org/IG: https://www.instagram.com/eastforest/FB: https://www.facebook.com/EastForestMusic/TW: https://twitter.com/eastforestmusicJOIN THE COUNCIL - PATREON: http://patreon.com/eastforest
A second conversation with economist John Cochrane BioJohn Cochrane is the Rose-Marie and Jack Anderson Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and the author of The Grumpy Economist Blog. Before that John was a Distinguished Senior Fellow of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, he's taught both MBA and PhD programs. And a fellow of the Becker-Friedman Institute, a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is a past President and Fellow of the American Finance Association, and a Fellow of the Econometric Society. He's served as the editor of numerous economics journals. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Physics at MIT, and earned his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California at Berkeley. Times0:00 - Intro1:15 - Inflation, supply chain crisis & labor market shortages16:15 - Weird economic signals, looming recession?20:30 - Administrative state + government competence28:30 - Climate change37:30 - The media & censorship43:45 - Bitcoin50:00 - Central banks digital currencies1:00:30 - Government's role in money1:07:00 - The relationship between debt & inflation1:19:00 - Stanford Free Speech / University of Austin1:33:00 - Nobel prize / institutional failure — rebuild or build anew? LinksThe Grumpy Economist blogGoodFellows podcast narrativemonopoly.com
In the last episode, we talked about how mental models are helpful for simplifying our complex world to make it more understandable. Now let's delve deeper. We'll discuss different types of mental models, focusing on ones that attorney/businessman Charlie Munger believes are the most important for achieving the highest level of success. Show Notes The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, (a YouTube recording of a 1995 speech given by Charlie Munger at Harvard University) The Revised Psychology of Human Misjudgment, by Charlie Munger Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (~100 Models Explained) The Great Mental Models Volume 1: General Thinking Concepts, by Shane Parrish & Rhiannon Beaubien The Great Mental Models Volume 2: Physics, Chemistry and Biology, by Rhiannon Beaubien The Great Mental Models Volume 3: Systems and Mathematics, by Rhiannon Beaubien & Rosie Leizrowice Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career, by Scott Young & James Clear BTW, I'd love to hear your questions or get feedback (if you want to record your thoughts using this cool tool). Also, you might want to download my free Guide to Working Smarter in the Digital Age (to help you optimize your practice —so you start working less and relaxing more). And if you want to make improvements faster, check out my Working Smarter course. Thanks to Our Sponsors SweetProcess is a great way to document your important workflows. Doing so will help make your practice run more smoothly, and require less involvement on your part to keep things running smoothly. The best way to understand how SweetProcess will help streamline your firm is to start using it. The company offers a 14-day free trial, but as a loyal listener of this podcast, you can try it for 28-days free of charge. And you don't even have to enter a credit card to get started. Just navigate to SweetProcess.com/ernie to start your 28-day free trial today. And thanks to the other sponsor of this podcast… Smith.ai is an amazing virtual receptionist service that specializes in working with solo and small law firms. When you hire Smith.ai you're actually hiring well-trained, friendly receptionists who can respond to callers in English or Spanish. If there's one great outsourcing opportunity for your practice, this is it. Let Smith.ai have your back while you stay focused on your work, knowing that your clients and prospects are being taken care of. Plans start at $210/month for 30 calls and pricing starts at $140 for 20 chats, with overage at $7 per chat. They offer a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee on all receptionist and live chat plans including add-ons (up to $1000). And they have a special offer for podcast listeners where you can get an extra $100 discount with promo code ERNIE100. Sign up for a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee now (and learn more) at smith.ai. EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at EmeraldCity Pro
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more A STAND UP SPOTLIGHT SPECIAL FEATURE OF AN EPISODE ... Starring : Dr Peter Hotez and Dr Michael Mann Peter J. Hotez, M.D., Ph.D. is Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology & Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine where he is also the Director of the Texas Children's Center for Vaccine Development (CVD) and Texas Children's Hospital Endowed Chair of Tropical Pediatrics. He is also University Professor at Baylor University, Fellow in Disease and Poverty at the James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Senior Fellow at the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University, Faculty Fellow with the Hagler Institute for Advanced Studies at Texas A&M University, and Health Policy Scholar in the Baylor Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. He is the author of Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad Poverty and the Impact of COVID-19: The Blue-Marble Health Approach and most recently Preventing the Next Pandemic: Vaccine Diplomacy in a Time of Anti-science Most recently as both a vaccine scientist and autism parent, he has led national efforts to defend vaccines and to serve as an ardent champion of vaccines going up against a growing national “antivax” threat. In 2019, he received the Award for Leadership in Advocacy for Vaccines from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Dr. Hotez appears frequently on television (including BBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC), radio, and in newspaper interviews (including the New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal). Dr Michael Mann is Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State, with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute He is also director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center Dr. Mann received his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Applied Math from the University of California at Berkeley, an M.S. degree in Physics from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in Geology & Geophysics from Yale University. His research involves the use of theoretical models and observational data to better understand Earth's climate system. Dr. Mann is author of more than 200 peer-reviewed and edited publications, numerous op-eds and commentaries, and five books including Dire Predictions: Understanding Climate Change, The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines, The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Threatening our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy and The Tantrum that Saved the World. We spoke about his new book The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet.
Michael Shermer speaks with scientist, educator, activist, and accomplished author, Fritjof Capra, about the evolution of his thinking over five decades. In this conversation, based on Capra's book, Patterns of Connection, Shermer and Capra discuss: what it means to be spiritual in an age of science, nuclear energy and why Capra thinks we don't need it and Shermer thinks we do, 50 years of progress or regress, limitations of models and theories of reality, limitations of analogies between western physics and eastern mysticism, mind and consciousness, and why Capra is hopeful for the future of humanity.
Investigators tend to lean on Einstein's theory of the Conservation of Energy to explain ghosts, but do modern physics and the quantum theory of time debunk them? These are the questions we ask in today's new episode.
On today's TruNews, London's Financial Times reported that Communist China tested a hypersonic missile in July that defied the laws of physics. The vehicle was able to fire off its own missile over the South China Sea while traveling at five times the speed of sound. No country has publicly demonstrated similar technology. The Financial Times said Pentagon war planners were caught off guard by the Chinese glide vehicle's ability to fire off its own missile in mid-flight. Russia continues to warn NATO over border buildups, and in preparing for a possible response with a winter war. Later in the Godcast, Rick and Doc talk about an official in Australia, who is already using the army to take people to COVID camps. Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 11/22/21.
Brandon MacGregor grew up in Penn Hills in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA with a Bachelors's Degree in Physics, he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Earth and Planetary Science researching the volcanoes of Hawaii. Alongside his studies, Brandon has been training to walk on the Hawaii football team to pursue a lifelong dream while inspiring others to chase their own. Instagram: @bmacsiz It's Men's Month on Survive to Thrive! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share! Movember Mo: https://www.movember.com
Ian Gilligan coaches individuals and corporate teams wanting to master science-backed approaches to stress resilience and exceptional performance. His newest offering is Peak Performing Parents ("3P"). In 3P, parents learn highly reliable approaches to processing stress and staying the course at the most important job of their lives: being a parent. The next launch of 3P is in January 2022. You can apply by contacting him through his Instagram @IanGilligan.co or through email Ian[at]IanGilligan.co.After studying Philosophy and Physics in college, Ian embarked on a decade-long career in corporate banking which culminated in burn-out. His mission now is to share the highly reliable tools he learned to restore his energy and drive to parents and corporations around the globe. Learn more at www.IanGilligan.co.Ian is also a fitness enthusiast and creator of The Kettlebell Collective: An online source of robust and affordable education for personal trainers and kettlebell enthusiasts. Learn more here: @Kettlebell_Collective. Connect with IanInstagramWebsiteKettlebell CollectiveFREE ResourcesFREE QUIZ: Discover Why You're Stuck!Connect with Angelo & Alpha Hippie:Book a CallWebsiteInstagramFacebookFree Facebook Group
Alan Lightman is an American writer, physicist and social entrepreneur. He served on the faculties of Harvard and MIT, and was the first person at MIT to receive dual faculty appointments in science and in the humanities. Currently, he serves as professor for the practice of the humanities at MIT. In his scientific research, he has made fundamental contributions to the astrophysics of black holes and cosmic radiative processes. He is the author of numerous books, both fiction and nonfiction, including Einstein's dreams, an international bestseller, The Diagnosis, a finalist for the National Book Award in Fiction, and his latest book, Probable Impossibilities: Musings on Beginnings and Endings, where he discusses questions of nothingness and infinity, the mind, and the specialness of life. Alan's essays and articles have appeared in the Atlantic, Granta, Harper's, Nautilus, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, Salon, and many other publications. EPISODE SUMMARY In this conversation we talk about: Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, and living between physics and the humanities What it was like to study physics at Princeton and Caltech Working with Richard Feynman Writing Einstein's Dreams The connection between physics and spirituality The topics of entropy and life The rarity of life On nothingness and infinity On the value of wasting time, and many other topics. This conversation with Alan Lightman is one of a dozen or more upcoming conversations with bestselling authors, thinkers, designers, scientists, and makers who are reimagining our world and experience. So please follow us on your favorite podcasting app, if you haven't already, so that you can make sure you don't miss them. And now, let's jump right in with Alan Lightman. TIMESTAMP CHAPTERS [3:12] Life During Covid [6:40] Early Influences [12:42] On Writing and the Origin of Einstein's Dreams [17:53] A Convergence Between Physics and Spirituality [19:42] The Origin of the Universe [24:40] The Rarity of Life [29:06] A Distinction Between Life and Death [33:26] Nothingness and Infinity [36:39] Finding Meaning in a Multiverse [39:34] The Benefit of Wasting Time [42:33] A Sermon on Disconnection EPISODE LINKS Alan's Links
This week, we are talking the famed Time Travel Film By Engineers, Primer. We've brought you space, we've brought you chimps - but today, we're in our native domain: Physics! What the hell - we went for it. Tell us what you think!.Are they cats? They're cats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Patti Davis, the daughter of President Reagan and Nancy Reagan, was one of the intimate caregivers for her dad while he was dealing with Alzheimer's. In our conversation about her book, “Floating in the Deep End,” she shines a new light on how to provide support, and comfort to caregivers of Alzheimer's patients. Plus, brings clarity to how we should handle any challenges along our own journeys. Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/barrykibrick)
We continue our musings on the Egypt trip this week by responding to many excellent questions and comments from listeners by email and through the Discord server. (To join our Discord, click the connect button on our website here)We learned a lot from that trip, but in the end we have no answers, only better questions.Brothers of the Serpent Episode 219If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element Executive Producers: Chandra ChellMichael BurroughsAssociate Executive Producer:Liam Johnston
It's often hard to understand our complex tech-driven world. That's why we need "mental models" to simplify the complex and make it more understandable. Charlie Munger is a famously successful lawyer who popularized the idea of using mental models. In this episode, Ernie explores how lawyers can use this tool to "make their thinking visible" as they do their knowledge work. Show Notes The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, (a YouTube recording of a 1995 speech given by Charlie Munger at Harvard University) The Revised Psychology of Human Misjudgment, by Charlie Munger Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (~100 Models Explained) The Great Mental Models Volume 1: General Thinking Concepts, by Shane Parrish & Rhiannon Beaubien The Great Mental Models Volume 2: Physics, Chemistry and Biology, by Rhiannon Beaubien The Great Mental Models Volume 3: Systems and Mathematics, by Rhiannon Beaubien & Rosie Leizrowice Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career, by Scott Young & James Clear BTW, I'd love to hear your questions or get feedback (if you want to record your thoughts using this cool tool). Also, you might want to download my free Guide to Working Smarter in the Digital Age (to help you optimize your practice —so you start working less and relaxing more). And if you want to make improvements faster, check out my Working Smarter course. Thanks to Our Sponsors SweetProcess is a great way to document your important workflows. Doing so will help make your practice run more smoothly, and require less involvement on your part to keep things running smoothly. The best way to understand how SweetProcess will help streamline your firm is to start using it. The company offers a 14-day free trial, but as a loyal listener of this podcast, you can try it for 28-days free of charge. And you don't even have to enter a credit card to get started. Just navigate to SweetProcess.com/ernie to start your 28-day free trial today. And thanks to the other sponsor of this podcast… Smith.ai is an amazing virtual receptionist service that specializes in working with solo and small law firms. When you hire Smith.ai you're actually hiring well-trained, friendly receptionists who can respond to callers in English or Spanish. If there's one great outsourcing opportunity for your practice, this is it. Let Smith.ai have your back while you stay focused on your work, knowing that your clients and prospects are being taken care of. Plans start at $210/month for 30 calls and pricing starts at $140 for 20 chats, with overage at $7 per chat. They offer a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee on all receptionist and live chat plans including add-ons (up to $1000). And they have a special offer for podcast listeners where you can get an extra $100 discount with promo code ERNIE100. Sign up for a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee now (and learn more) at smith.ai. EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at EmeraldCity Pro
John Patrick Morgan is a Philosopher and Champion for Being. He leads a team of powerful Creators who teach, coach and guide thousands of people in being more free, loving and powerful. By learning to embody the Creating Perspective, their clients achieve a nexus of outcomes integrating spiritual growth, material success and societal impact. Post his formal studies in Physics and Mathematics, JP built multiple small businesses (including one from a laptop and a backpack before the term ‘digital nomad' existed), developed & invested in property, travelled the world for years on end, coached human rights leaders, recorded albums & toured with his band, created a kids library in Cambodia, learned to scuba dive & pilot gliders, published writing and photography, competed as a black belt & triathlete, trained with buddhist monks in India, cycled toured for months and many other adventures. In recent years, his adventures have turned inward as his family came to be. He and his wife recently moved with their two young boys to live on a mountain in Maui. The foundation of John Patrick Morgan's role as a philosopher, teacher and guide, is his being a real-world practitioner. He walks the talk, lives what he teaches and has a genuine and powerful commitment to people.
Daniel Whiteson and Jorge Cham talk to us about what science communication means to them.Listen to their podcast, Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-daniel-and-jorge-explain-t-29862087/Support WTU on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/whythisuniverse
Learn about a planet orbiting three stars at once; useless architectural relics; and deep conversations with strangers. We found a planet orbiting three stars at once by Briana Brownell This May Be the First Planet Found Orbiting 3 Stars at Once. (2021). The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/28/science/triple-sun-planet.html Siegel, E. (2021, September 30). Planet found orbiting three stars all at once. Big Think; Big Think. https://bigthink.com/starts-with-a-bang/planet-orbiting-3-stars/ Scientists may have found the first known planet to orbit three stars. (2021). Science.org. https://www.science.org/content/article/scientists-may-have-found-first-known-planet-orbit-three-stars Smallwood, J. L., Nealon, R., Chen, C., Martin, R. G., Bi, J., Dong, R., & Pinte, C. (2021). GW Ori: circumtriple rings and planets. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 508(1), 392–407. https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stab2624 Thomassons Are Functionally Useless Architectural Relics by Anna Todd Trufelman, A. (2014, August 26). Thomassons - 99% Invisible. 99% Invisible. https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/thomassons/ Thomassons: Those Peculiar Architectural Relics That Serve No Purpose | 6sqft. (2014, August 28). 6sqft. https://www.6sqft.com/thomassons-those-peculiar-architectural-relics-that-serve-no-purpose/ Everything we assume about deep conversations with strangers is wrong by Cameron Duke Getting beyond small talk: Study finds people enjoy deep conversations with strangers. (2021, September 30). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/929731 Kardas, M., Kumar, A., & Epley, N. (2021). Overly shallow?: Miscalibrated expectations create a barrier to deeper conversation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1037/pspa0000281 Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sabine Hossenfelder joins Lawrence Krauss for an interesting discussion about theoretical physics, academia, and the future of science ideology. You can show your support and access exclusive bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/originspodcast