Class of astronomical body directly orbiting a star or stellar remnant
“The Reign of Wolf 21” is the true love story of an alpha pair who lead their Yellowstone pack with grace, courage, and an unbreakable bond. What these wolves can teach us about love, loyalty, and leadership. Also, our global food system feeds environmental crises like global warming and water pollution even as it fails to adequately feed billions of people worldwide. So in the 50th anniversary edition of “Diet for a Small Planet,” author Frances Moore Lappé renews her calls for a plant- and planet-centered food revolution for the sake of climate, health, and democracy. And in some Native cultures four more crops join the “Three Sisters” of corn, beans, and squash. The “Seven Sisters” and the importance of saving Native seeds. Join the next Living on Earth Book Club event on December 9th at 6:30 p.m.! We'll be speaking with diver-filmmaker Craig Foster about his book Underwater Wild, which captures the underwater world of wonder seen in the Academy Award-winning documentary “My Octopus Teacher.” Register at loe.org/events Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's Ask James Live Stream on YouTube plenty of thoughts on Fantasy Football manager for both FPL and Sky ahead of the weekend with Marcos Alonso the name on many lips following Ben Chilwell's unfortunate injury. There's thoughts on Tottenham after last night's disaster in Slovenia, if Harry Kane is worth it for the next 3 weeks, what the likely interim appointment of Ralf Ragnick will mean for Manchester United, plus thoughts on many popular or unpopular assets including Michail Antonio, Phil Foden, Diogo Jota and Jamie Vardy... ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl AND HERE'S INFO ON OUR PATREON GIVEAWAY IN DECEMBER https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod/status/1462013216918286338?s=20 Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
Guest: Daily Maverick Journalist Tembile Sgqolane to discuss the controversial Shell Seismic Study. Marine activists in the Eastern Cape have voiced their anger after Shell announced that it will start a three-dimensional seismic survey in search of oil and gas deposits from Morgan Bay to Port St Johns starting on December Shell has appointed Shearwater GeoServices to conduct the survey, which will last from four to five months and cover 6,011km² of ocean surface. The survey area is located more than 20km from the coast, with its closest point in water depths ranging between 700m and 3km. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Junk. It's everywhere. From island-sized floating masses of garbage to the thousands of tons of space debris found in low orbit, mankind has left its permanent mark on planet Earth. As junk is generated as a byproduct of consumerism, the debris left behind by satellites, or the inefficient data-grabbing of companies; we are faced with mountains of waste every day. The question then is, how should we tackle this junk problem? Similarly, how should companies handle the acquisition and exchange of data? In the information age, the ever-increasing volume of data is proving to be a challenge within the data marketplace. In this episode, Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby discuss human junk and its effect on our evolution. The Self-Destructive Situation of Our Space Debris There are a hundred million pieces of debris found in Earth's low orbit. Each of those are only larger than a millimeter. That may sound harmless, but the environment is different in outer space. Up there, there's barely any friction or gravity, which allows the individual pieces to speed up at around 17,500 miles per hour. And so, a tiny piece of junk floating around can cause large amounts of damage to any equipment unfortunate enough to get hit. A bigger yet obvious problem is the difficulty with which people can repair damages, as it's hard to even reach the damaged equipment. As of the year 2020, there are currently 3,372 active satellites in orbit. Now, the US Regulatory has already permitted SpaceX from launching satellites, of which they plan to launch 42,000 of them. This will only increase the risk of important satellites and instruments from being damaged. The International Space Station has even had near-miss events because of space debris, which cements it as a real problem with real consequences. Obviously, this isn't the problem of the ISS alone. Humanity's Junk and Its Effects on Our Evolution Junk has become such a prevalent issue around the world, and yet we don't even consider why it exists in the first place. We create plastic and other pollutants for commercial goods, without taking into account what happens to it after it is thrown away. Ever since humans have developed technology, we created this mentality of not caring about the aftermath of our actions. Which, in turn, has created all this junk and waste around us, which is hindering our evolution as a society. This isn't to say that we are unaware of our predicament. However, the way we try and solve this problem is by simply going around the junk. For example, instead of trying to get rid of space debris, they instead designed better spacecraft to withstand the high-speed debris that crashes into our satellites. In addition to humanity's indirect approach towards junk, our pre-existing systems are open and do not take into account the amount of waste that will inevitably get created. Because of the open systems that society has relied upon, we are continuously burying ourselves beneath our waste. As an example of society's indirectness towards problems, picture this scenario. A child is left in their car seat as the parents go inside the store. The parents are reliant on the car's system, that it will provide AC and therefore keep the child cool. However, what happens when the AC malfunctions? We could design a camera to observe, but that's simply an indirect fix. Instead of simply going to the root of the problem and simply bringing the child along, the parents create complicated measures. TARTLE's Mission to Eradicate Junk Data Junk is everywhere, and yet it is simply tolerated. Instead of finding roundabout ways to avoid junk, we should instead focus our efforts on it. Focusing on it gives humanity a deep understanding of the cause and effect of junk, and how we can eliminate it. Within the data marketplace, TARTLE is cleaning up data for buyers and sellers alike, creating order and organization from piles upon piles of junk data. TARTLE is creating a closed system with no waste, making it efficient and precise. www.tartle.co TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
This week Listen to the tale of a mysterious cryptid that perhaps is just an escaped animal. With too many legs and too big an appetite this monster populates and hunts among the Oklahoma lakes. Careful out there and swim responsibly. Thanks for listening and remember to like, rate, review, and email us at: email@example.com or tweet us at @C3Podcast. Also check out our Patreon: www.patreon.com/cultscryptidsconspiracies. Thank you to T.J. Shirley for our theme.
On this week's Planet FPL Clash of the Correspondents James is joined by Arsenal fan Adam Pritchard and Newcastle fan Simon Bibby to discuss all the latest at their clubs, the FPL assets within them and preview Saturday's Gameweek 13 meeting at The Emirates Stadium Has Mikel Arteta won back the general support of Arsenal fans following a run of 8 league games unbeaten or has Saturday's heavy defeat at Anfield knocked fan confidence again? And what is the feeling towards Eddie Howe following his confirmed appointment as Newcastle manager? And what can we expect to see from his team? Plus, tactics, creativity and defensive concerns respectively and FPL prospects discussed from both. Is it straightforward to deem Emile Smith Rowe and Callum Wilson the best offensive FPL assets from the two clubs? Follow Adam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeFiveWho Follow Si on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fpl_fitballer Coming Up on Friday on Planet FPL -Ask James, 3pm (UK) on YouTube with an audio version to follow shortly after conclusion of the stream ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
Jake and Kyle sit down and talk music and photography with Kaylee Garrett who has shot for WSTR, Hot Mulligan, State Champs, Four Year Strong and more! They get confronted by a gaggle of aliens with three titties, and end up on Planet 69 for better or worse. Follow Kaylee on instagram @realkayls and subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss an episode!
For everyone in the States, Happy Thanksgiving! For everyone else, Happy... Thursday? Some awesome new tracks to play for your visiting relatives!The playlist is marked as follows:Title by Artist – Album (Game) Mr. Green Hill (OC ReMix) by Ivan Hakštok (Pop'n TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventures)Night Walk (OC ReMix) by Black Ace (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)Secret Labyrinths (OC ReMix) by Gaspode (Zelda: Link's Awakening)It's Dangerous to Go Alone (OC ReMix) by dPoten (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)First Time Down Here? (OC ReMix) by wildcaml (Metroid)Esuna Is Busy Again (OC ReMix) by Rockos (7th Saga)SIZZLING CIRCUITS!! [Strange World (Dr. Wily Stage 3)] by Main Finger - Mega Man 9: Back in Blue (OC ReMix)(You Give Me) Wings (OC ReMix) by Ivan Hakštok (Xenogears)Dos Alas (OC ReMix) by ThePlasmas feat. MaripaPls (Binding of Isaac: Rebirth)Fire and Flames (OC ReMix) by Chernabogue feat. HeavenWraith, Furilas, Cyril the Wolf (Golden Sun)How Many Heavens Are There? (OC ReMix) by Wiesty, XPRTNovice (Final Fantasy 7)National Park by Braxton Burks, David Peacock - Johto Legends (Music from Pokémon Gold and Silver)Ground Theme (from "Super Mario World") by Save Point, nokbient - Video Game LoFi: Yoshi Featured Artists This Hour: Braxton Burks - https://braxtonburks.bandcamp.comSave Point - https://sptfy.com/savepointHour 2 Law Bent by Primal Winds Home Team by The Library StepsThe Old Days Are Gone by L Dash - Blow My CartridgeAin't Nobody Playin' by Wreck the SystemGamertag (ft Danyeal McIntosh) by Soup Or Villainz - Villainz For HireYoutube Geek Cypher [Explicit] by GameboyJones (https://youtu.be/7EMB_YH3io0)Game Boys by GameBreax - GameBreakers Vol 2The Real Folk Blues by Mason Lieberman, Yoko Kanno, Shihori, Úyanga Bold, Raj Ramayya, Substantial, Mega Ran, Red RapperIce Cold Buck Fifty by More Or LesGlass House Choices (feat. Definite) by Pasquale - ChadioheadThe Jewel of India feat. Fatback Supreme, B-Type, XOC, and Milk-Plus by Torrentz - The Big KahunaCries of the Planet (feat. Amanda Lepre) by Mega Ran & GameChops - Black Materia: The RemakeNo Options (feat. Jamar Rose) by Kadesh Flow Featured Artists This Hour:Primal Winds - primalwinds.bandcamp.comThe Library Steps - handsolorecords.bandcamp.com/album/home-team-dj-packL Dash - ldash.bandcamp.comWreck the System – wreckthesystem.bandcamp.comSoup or Villainz - souporvillainz.bandcamp.comGameboy Jones - gameboyjones.bandcamp.comGamebreax – Gamebreax.comMason Lieberman - masonlieberman.comMore or Les - moreorles.bandcamp.comTorrentz - scrubclubforever.com/torrentzMega Ran – megaran.comGame Chops - open.spotify.com/artist/1T7zBkQCOCacKjbnmFX7cpKadesh Flow – kadeshflow.com All songs marked “OCReMix” can be found at OverClocked ReMix (http://ocremix.org) – please show them some support! Download, donate, tell your friends!Ending tune by KeyJayHD - Check out more of his stuff at keyjayhd.bandcamp.com!Since Press Start to Continue is every other week, check out Nerd Music Meltdown on our off weeks! Interviews with artists in the video game music and nerdcore communities: ongakuoverdrive.com/podcastLike and follow and whatever the Press Start Twitter!Support Press Start to Continue DLC by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/PressStartSend us your feedback online: pinecast.com/feedback/PressStart Press Start is now open to syndication!If you would like Press Start to Continue to air on YOUR station, email PressStartMorlock@Gmail.comThis podcast is a member of the Planetside Podcast Network. Visit PlanetsidePodcasts.com to find other Planetside Productions!
This week it's a throwback conversation Kannon had with Miley Cyrus last year. They talk about constantly evolving as an artist, her birthday wish this year and why covering other people's songs sometimes makes her nervous.The biggest stars from The Biggest Party On The Planet! Kannon's unedited, uncut interviews with the most relevant artists on Earth.Open House Party (often referred to as OHP) is an American radio show hosted on Saturday and Sunday nights by Kannon. The show promotes itself as "the Biggest Party on the Planet". It focuses on playing contemporary hit radio (CHR) music, also known as Top 40. From its inception in September 1987, OHP quickly became popular with its all-request format, along with a heavy rotation of dance music and remixes that differentiated itself from most Top 40 stations or shows
For a long time we thought of the oceans as expendable. As places we could dump trash and other items and not have to worry about them ever again. But then we became more educated and realized that, as Dr. Sylvia Earle put so well in her first book, our fate and the ocean's are one. The pandemic causing us to shift so hard toward working from home has definitely impacted our world, and our oceans. Adam and Naresh are joined by Dr. Earle to discuss what's happening today, whether we're doing enough to save our planet moving forward, and whether the work from home movement is helping the cause. Sylvia is the Founder of Deep Ocean Exploration and the Sylvia Earle Alliance (S.E.A.) & Mission Blue Research; National Geographic Society Explorer in Residence; First female Chief Scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Time Magazine's Hero for the Planet in 1998; subject of the Emmy® Award Winning Netflix documentary, Mission Blue and Seaspiracy, and bestselling author of The World Is Blue: How Our Fate and the Ocean's Are One and the new book NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OCEAN: A Global Odyssey. Website: www.Mission-Blue.org www.Patreon.com/WorkFromHomeShow www.WorkFromHomeShow.com
what’s more entertaining than the blockbuster newest version of the science fiction classic Dune? Well its the cheap knock off version Planet Dune. You don’t have to worry about 3 hrs of beautiful but slow paced film making here, nope, lets just have giant worms killing people! Lots to unpack here, so jump in! The post DOCTOR MOVIE EPISODE 5: PLANET DUNE 2021 first appeared on Legion.
what's more entertaining than the blockbuster newest version of the science fiction classic Dune? Well its the cheap knock off version Planet Dune. You don't have to worry about 3 hrs of beautiful but slow paced film making here, nope, lets just have giant worms killing people! Lots to unpack here, so jump in! The post DOCTOR MOVIE EPISODE 5: PLANET DUNE 2021 first appeared on Legion.
what's more entertaining than the blockbuster newest version of the science fiction classic Dune? Well its the cheap knock off version Planet Dune. You don't have to worry about 3 hrs of beautiful but slow paced film making here, nope, lets just have giant worms killing people! Lots to unpack here, so jump in! The post DOCTOR MOVIE EPISODE 5: PLANET DUNE 2021 first appeared on Legion.
There's no doubt that adopting a plant-based diet is amazing for your health. But plants aren't just good for the human body, they can also improve the health of our planet. We all need to explore this concept further. Simon Hill, nutritionist and host of the Plant Proof podcast has been sifting through the scientific research for years. He's got some great takes on how we can all shift our mindset to appreciate the potential powers of plants. || LINKS || https://plantproof.com/book/ | http://www.vuori.com/darin | http://www.safesleevecases.com | Full Show Notes & Links - https://darinolien.com/the-science-behind-the-power-of-plants-simon-hill/
On this week's Sky Fantasy Football Podcast Suj & James reflect on another difficult weekend for their teams as the struggle to climb in rank continues. James details what made him make a very last minute transfer on Sunday and talks through a redesigned and detailed transfer plan for December, a plan that may now change again with a suspected serious injury for Ben Chilwell opening up the possibility for Marcos Alonso to stake a claim in a new template. Plus, captaincy picks for the weekend and midweek fixtures ahead, why Sunday may be a good time to sell Arsenal and buy Brentford assets, but it comes with a warning and there's coverage of the 3 strategies of how to invest in Ronaldo, the permanent buy, hop on hop off and the wait until after Christmas... Coming Up on Planet FPL tomorrow... Clash of the Correspondents, Arsenal v Newcastle with @ThreeFiveWho & @fpl_fitballer ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
Jaké kroky proti postupu kovidové nákazy v Česku chystají koalice, jež se připravují na převzetí vlády v zemi? Jak vidí situaci kolem nákazy ředitel Ústavu zdravotnických informací a statistiky? A nakolik významná pro program takzvané planetární obrany je mise, k níž dnes odstartovala z kalifornské základny raketa Space X Falcon?
The biggest problem in the world is our disconnection from nature. How do we solve this? This Time of the Feminine episode features spiritual healer, philanthropist, and activist, Vivien Vilela, as she reveals her journey from the dehumanizing world of modeling to the Amazon jungle. As a successful model, Vivien felt life wasn't that hard until she woke up to the grim realities of her industry and, later on, to her father's suicide. Lost and empty, she sought comfort in self-destructive ways – drugs, mindless materialism, meaningless relationships. But what saved her from oblivion isn't mere therapy. Having connected with indigenous elders in the Amazon, Vivien faced her demons with an ancient shamanic vision quest. She tapped into a sacred world that surpasses all understanding and from then on, she dedicated her life to saving others and the planet through the preservation of indigenous culture and wisdom. Here, she talks about how to harness the energy of nature into your being, where dark energy comes from, and why she doesn't believe in charity. She also addresses the issue on commercializing spirituality and gives tips on manifesting a fulfilled life! Vivien Vilela is the co-founder of the Boa Foundation, a non-profit organization collaborating with indigenous communities to preserve and protect sacred land, culture, and ancient wisdom. Aniwa Gathering, one of her projects, is an annual 4-day event where indigenous leaders convene to give workshops to international community and discuss the world's most pressing issues. What we discuss… 2:00 - Growing up with atheist parents and dealing with her father's suicide 7:20 - How an immersion in ancient shamanic practices saved her life 10:35 - "Every meditation was an expansion": How to harness the energy of nature 15:32 - Realizing her new purpose in the world 20:00 - The birth of the Boa Foundation 25:00 - Where dark energy comes from, and how to deal with it 28:30 - What's the Rainbow Prophecy and the Aniwa Gathering? 35:00 - Why indigenous communities don't need charity 42:00 - On commercializing spirituality: Do healers always need to be poor? 56:00 - What does it mean to be a shaman? 1:03:20 - Powerful tips and practices to reconnect with nature and ourselves 1:06:10 - How to live in gratitude even when you don't have much in life 1:11:00 - What's the message of the Divine Mother to us? Learn more from Vivien: Website: https://www.aniwa.co/https://www.theboafoundation.org/ Instagram: @aniwa.co @theboafoundation Mentioned Resources: The Global Sisterhood: https://www.globalsisterhood.org/ Aniwa Gathering: https://www.theboafoundation.org/completed-projects/aniwa-gathering
Women have been the main drivers of sustainable finance, or investing with environmental, social and governance (ESG) values in mind. After years of slow growth, sustainable investing is showing dramatic financial returns. According to Moody's, “In 2020, ESG products saw strong returns and investment outperformance that marked it as a watershed year.”And yet the mostly male leaders in the world of finance continue to discount sustainable investing, or give it lip service. So says Taeun Kwon. And she's sick of it. To combat the problem, Kwon and two cofounders created Women in Sustainable Finance (WISF). The organization educates women on sustainable finance and empowers them to have a positive impact. WISF offers mentoring, coaching, and courses on ESG strategy and communication. Kwon's path has been anything but straight, as she tells Degrees host Yesh Pavlik Slenk in a lively conversation that follows her journey as a failed collegiate entrepreneur to the heights of global sustainable finance. Resources mentioned in this episode:Website: Women in Sustainable FinanceGreenbuzz: GreenbuzzAdditional Resources:Moodys: ESG Investing a Boon for Asset ManagersFortune: Women lead in responsible financing. Now men want in. Moody's: Moody's ESG SolutionsFollow Taeun Kwon and Women In Sustainable Finance (WISF):LinkedIn: Taeun KwonTwitter: Women in Sustainable Finance (@wisf_int)Website: Women in Sustainable FinanceFollow EDF:Sign up for the Degrees newsletter!Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
For some parts of Africa, climate change is already destroying populations, causing unpredictable rains, failing crops and starving livestock. And now, as the battle for resources intensifies, it's fuelling terrorism and war. One of the worst areas affected is the Sahel, a swathe of arid land crossing central Africa, where temperatures are rising by 1.5% more than the global average. Conflict over diminishing resources is driving jihadi violence in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. Today, our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum reports on her recent trip to Niger.
This podcast dives deep into the mythology surrounding Botticelli's painting of the Birth of Venus. We discuss her connection to Mother Mary as well as the deep mythology surrounding her existence. Her birth was a miracle and we go into different theories surrounding the painting, most notably that of Charles Mack. Everything surrounding this painting has a layer of mystery, listen as we peel those back to expose the truth and symbolism that is so prominent even in today's culture.
This series is so pulpy and sexy, we got lost in the anthropology of it all, but honestly how hot are these blue barbarians with solid manners? And where do I meet one? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
And now for the episode Bonnie has been DYING to share with you ever since she started working with Green School in October 2020...today Bonnie and Madeleine welcome Leslie Medema, Green School's Head of Learning, to share with listeners all about this incredible and pioneering K12 school (named a 'School of the Future' by the World Economic Forum). Green School, which originated with Green School Bali in 2008 and has since expanded with Green School New Zealand, is on a mission to educate a community of changemakers who will regenerate our world. Leslie was there in the very early days of Green School Bali, and has played a fundamental role in the design of its curriculum and learning programs. She talks about what that journey was like and why this education model is one that the world needs now more than ever.Where to find Green School:Website: www.greenschool.orgGreen School Bali: www.greenschool.org/baliGreen School New Zealand: www.greenschool.nzGSB Instagram: www.instagram.com/greenschoolbaliGSNZ Instagram: www.instagram.com/greenschoolnzGSB Facebook: www.facebook.com/greenschoolbaliGSNZ Facebook: www.facebook.com/greenschoolnewzealandTwitter: www.twitter.com/GreenSchoolBaliYouTube: www.youtube.com/user/greenschoolbaliLinkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/greenschoolglobalMore information:Green School Green Educators Course - https://greeneducators.greenschool.org/Think Like a Monk by Jay Shetty - https://bookshop.org/books/think-like-a-monk-train-your-mind-for-peace-and-purpose-every-day/9781982134488World Economic Forum 'Schools of the Future' Report - https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Schools_of_the_Future_Report_2019.pdf
James welcomes Manchester United correspondent Gary Robinson back to the Podcast to discuss the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following Saturday's dismal defeat at Vicarage Road. United's problems are rooted at the top of the club, there's discussion about the club';s lack of a plan, strategy and if they can they get the next appointment right? Would Mauricio Pochettino be a success if given the job? And how can United fix their on filed issues tactically? How should United go about getting the best out of the brilliant attacking assets they have at their disposal ahead of an extraordinarily attractive fixture run? Can the coaching staff implement a pressing system into the team or is Cristiano Ronaldo really a hinderance to United without the ball? Coming up on Planet FPL on Wednesday - Planet SkyFF s3 ep16, all the latest Sky Fantasy Football ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
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.
Florian ist diesmal nicht dort wo er sonst ist, was aber nichts macht. Ruth ist immer noch keine Astronautin, was sich hoffentlich bald ändert. Nach einem kurzen Einstieg über gut angezogene Hunde begrüßen wir den zweiten Trojaner der Erde! Herzlich Willkommen! Danach geht es um Pluto. Der wieder mal ein Planet sein soll, wenn es nach den Amis geht. Die führen dazu mittlerweile sogar Galilei, die Astrologie und die Religion ins Feld. Na ja - wir sind immer noch nicht überzeugt. Dafür beantworten wir Fragen zur Form von Planetenbahnen und zum Leben in Zwerggalaxien. Evi erzählt in “Neues von der Sternwarte” vom sehr wichtigen “Imposter-Phänomen”. Und dann ist die Folge auch schon wieder zu Ende.
Cop26 in Glasgow did not manage to deliver the big hit that many would have expected. Perhaps we humans simply lack the ability to think in such large dimensions. Can a series of new satellites save us? Hyperspectral images of the Earth's surface promise a new image of our world. NorthStar Earth and Space sent their CEO Stewart Bain to join us in the podcast studio.Host: Markus Mooslechner: Markus Mooslechner Guest: Stewart Bain Stewart Bain Publisher: Torsten Kriening: https://www.linkedin.com/in/torsten-kriening-68456/ Who we are?SpaceWatch.Global is a digital magazine and portal for those interested in space, and the far-reaching impact that space developments have. While showcasing the technology that enables the industry to edge closer to the next frontier, SpaceWatch.Global also provides analysis, forecasts, and insight into the geopolitical implications of space developments. From space policy, exploration, and missions, to space weapons and technology, we provide a complete perspective on the emerging space sector as it expands into a global marketplace. The team behind SpaceWatch.Global is a dynamic mix of space geeks, tech junkies, space policy experts, regional specialists, and passionate writers. We fully believe that space should be used for humanity, that it enables knowledge, and enriches societies.SpaceWatch.Global is published by ThorGroup GmbH, headquartered in Bern, Switzerland. In the true Swiss spirit, neutrality, ethics and integrity are at our core. SpaceWatch.Global abides by the Society of Professional Journalists' code of ethics; we seek the truth and report on it. ThorGroup GmbHWaaghausgasse 183011 BernSwitzerlandWebsite: www.spacewatch.global Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Exclusive distribution Partner: Bookwire - www.bookwire.de See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Connecting Animals, humans, and our planet with Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch owner Monica Stevens! We learn how to improve animal welfare through global collaboration with a pioneer in the world of philanthropy.
Suj & James review all the games from Gameweek 12 and the potential implications for FPL managers from a weekend that saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was finally relieved of his duties following Manchester United's catastrophic defeat at Watford. Plus, there's discussion on FPL's defensive Fab 4, short-term FPL management thinking, Kane vs Vardy, what Ronaldo owners may be considering, a surprising winless run is assessed, Newcastle's strategic change & one reason why the 3 best teams in this league are so much better than the rest... ... Coming up on Tuesday, The People's Poll, you can vote for your choice of topic on Twitter up until around 530pm (UK) https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod/status/1462747605557993477?s=20 Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
Welcome all, and to our fellow Americans, Happy Thanksgiving! It's become a tradition here at Planet 8 for us to celebrate and be thankful for some genre-related franchise, and in the past, we've been thankful for Star Trek, Star Wars, and James Bond. This year, we are expressing our love and gratitude for the magnificent Marvel Cinematic Universe -the MCU! Now with 26 films and climbing, not to mention the MCU TV series, we've been blessed with a bountiful collection of films that created a rich, complex, and deeply rewarding experience for the viewers. We'll have a conversation about our early experience with the MCU, when we first started hearing about Marvel making an Iron Man film, what we thought of it and how Marvel blew us away with that and the succeeding films. Casting has been a big key to making the films successful, and we'll talk about our favorite castings and the ones we thought might have been crazy, but actually worked out really well. Of course, no discussion of the MCU would be complete without going around and talking about which Marvel movies are our favorites! With so many to choose from now, it's getting harder to pick, but we do come up with a few. Amazingly, there are few MCU films that we don't like. There may be a few that we like less...but somehow they have kept a high level of quality through the series.The crew also talks a bit about the latest MCU film, The Eternals, so if you haven't seen that film yet, be warned! And we can't neglect all the activity on Disney Plus - four series so far, and as this episode goes live, the Hawkeye series will be hitting the airwaves in a couple of days! Where else will the Marvel Cinematic Universe go? We can't wait to see.For the Sensor Sweep, Bob shares information about a book by his friend Norman England, Behind the Kaiju Curtain: A Journey onto Japan's Biggest Film Sets. This book is a personal record of Norman's experiences while he wrote for Fangoria and was able to visit the sets of a number of kaiju films in a professional capacity. He met many of the actors and crew on the films and the book gives you an intimate look at what went on in the Japanese film industry in the 90s. If you like kaiju films, this is a must-read! Ask for it at your local bookseller, or get it at Amazon or Barnes & Noble. That's all for us this time. Listeners, we are also thankful for you! We appreciate you listening to us, commenting, subscribing, contacting us on Twitter and Facebook. It's great to feel a sense of community forming around Planet 8. We hope that you and yours are safe and well.Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastAvengers Assemble!!
Minute Thirty-Six: From Empty Bed in a County Hospital to Chained Hammer in an Impact Crater We're digging deep into the movie as well as the impact crater in the thirty-sixth minute of Kenneth Branagh's 2011 film Thor... Before we get back to Mjølnir's impact crater, we return to the County Hospital. Even the god's-eye view shots that Branagh uses in this film end up as dutch angles. They're so great! Jane really wants to find Thor specifically for the science. He's evidence. He can tell her all about what it was like in that event. They really focus on Jane and her science in this film. And it works well. Thor is hot, and for a lot of people that's why they'd return to him but we talk about how there's an entirely possible reaction from Jane that it's really all about science here. Even if he wasn't hot but was gross with a beard down to his knees, she'd likely want to talk to him. Erik really seems to be getting a better sense of what's really going on. He's a scientist also, but brings the older wisdom. But is Erik starting to get a sense that this person may be somebody from his storybook tales? At least Erik is trying to keep everyone alive. Darcy is fine tracking him down, but apparently ready to tase him again. But why does she cock her taser like a gun? They don't work that way. First she forces Darcy to drive into an atmospheric disturbance, then hit Thor, and now back into Thor. Jane clearly shouldn't drive. Jane backs up, and even though we can see Thor walking through the side windows, Jane apparently can't and backs into him. To be fair, she's rather worked up so maybe isn't paying attention that well. But if Thor had his powers, would he dent the Pinzgauer? It's a lot of mass... would it at least push Thor back a bit or knock him over? In the script, this is when he finally realizes where he was. Oh – and Dawn the admissions nurse makes an appearance in the script again. It's so much better than her earlier moment. Too bad we get the bad spelling/slow typer version of Dawn instead of this scripted version. Meanwhile, back at Mjølnir's Impact Crater... Apparently, JMS told everyone in the area and they told all their friends because there are now several dozen people at the impact crater and they're having a great time. One unnamed guy – we'll call him Grilling Townie – has his popup tent and is busy grilling hot dogs. That means it's a serious party! But where the heck is he set up? We never see him again. Billy Swan's “I Can Help” plays throughout this scene. We dig in a bit on him and his career, including his daughters Planet and Sierra. We talk about Pete played by Matt Battaglia and Jake, aka Drunk Townie, played by Joel McCrary. They ham it up quite a bit as they try pulling Mjølnir from its spot but it won't budge. And this is, of course, free entertainment, so it's obviously something all these townies want to be at. But there's a bicycle there. That's one heck of a bike ride to get here! And did we mention everybody is dressed for winter weather, even though this takes place on June 1st according to the MCU's official timeline? Regardless, the townies finally come up with a plan to pull Mjølnir free with a chain wrapped around a hitch in the back of a pickup truck. But whose truck could it be? And did we mention how much Matthew loves JMS's Babylon 5? And he's still out here watching what's going on. Jane, Erik, and Darcy find Thor and the rural New Mexicans try to free Mjølnir at the Impact Crater. So much to talk about! Tune in! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this film: iTunes • Amazon • Netflix • YouTube • Disney+ Join the conversation on Discord Script Transcript Trailer #1 Trailer #2 Poster artwork Original Material
There are a lot of nuances to the way people perceive our warming planet. But media coverage of the issue is often catastrophic, scientifically dense, or framed exclusively around politics.So how do we talk about climate in a way that resonates across diverse groups of people?That's what our guest, Alex Blumberg, kept asking himself.Alex is an acclaimed audio journalist. He's the co-founder of Gimlet Media and host of the Spotify climate solutions podcast How to Save a Planet.Alex has pushed the boundaries of audio storytelling. His startup-turned-podcast-empire, Gimlet Media, was one of the first breakthrough podcast companies, focusing on ambitious explanatory journalism and rich narratives. In 2019, Gimlet was acquired by Spotify for $230 million.Alex is known for a very specific brand of storytelling -- blending rigorous reporting with a casual, conversational delivery. He does it with a very deliberate purpose: to make complex topics accessible. So what does Alex think the future of climate storytelling looks like? From co-creating Planet Money to Startup to How to Save a Planet, Alex has been a major source of information and inspiration for host Emily Kirsch. Alex sat down with Emily to talk about his entrepreneurial story, how it led him to climate change, and how he thinks we can save the planet.Watt It Takes is brought to you by Google. Google is pioneering the electricity systems of the future with its effort to source 24/7 carbon-free energy by 2030 — so that everyone can have round-the-clock, carbon-free energy everywhere they operate, in every hour of the day. Learn more.Watt It Takes is also brought to you by Nextracker. Nextracker is advancing the connected power plant of the future across five continents.Powerhouse is an innovation firm that works with leading global corporations to help them find, partner with, invest in, and acquire the most innovative startups in clean energy, mobility, and climate. Powerhouse Ventures backs seed-stage startups building innovative software to rapidly decarbonize our global energy and mobility systems. You can learn more at powerhouse.fund.To hear more stories of founders building our carbon-free future, hit the “subscribe” button and leave us a review.
In this month's edition we focus on the blue economy in East and Southern Africa and potential opportunities and the challenges for government, the private sector and small-scale producers. Speaking to us is IFAD's Sara Mbago-Bhunu, ocean expert Dr. Ishmeal Kimirei and aquaculture specialist Richard Abilla. We'll also hear from the private sector and the people on the ground as talk to small-scale producers in Eritrea, Mohamed Seid Ibrahim and Masqela Hailemariam. And they share how they have transformed their livelihoods. This is Farms. Food. Future. – a podcast that's Good for You, Good for the Planet and Good for Farmers brought to you by the International Fund for Agricultural Development. For more information, visit us at https://www.ifad.org/podcasts/episode26 https://www.ifad.org/en/web/operations/regions/esa https://www.ifad.org/en/nutrition https://www.ifad.org/en/climate-and-environment
This week, I offer some common traits and behaviors of the most successful women on the planet. I know all of you already possess so many of these, but I hope that by sharing what I've seen, you'll be able to see how you might be holding yourself back from achieving the huge success you're going after. Get full show notes and more information here: https://thesliceofsun.com/39
In Episode 127, Quinn wants to know just how the hell “innovation” actually works. His guest is Christopher Mims, a journalist for the Wall Street Journal, who's spent a career asking big questions about the most pressing technological and societal issues we face, from robot trains to the future of batteries, brain implants, and whatever happens to land in-between. The thesis: every little bit counts, and it's more predictable than you think. Or is it? Together, Quinn and Chris explore the team dynamics of innovation, the “great man” question, the invisible force behind Moore's Law, and more. The bad news: Nobody gets to save the world. The good news: Everyone gets to save the world, a little bit. Today's episode is brought to you by Avocado Green Brands, where sustainability comes first. They craft their GOTS certified organic mattresses, pillows, and bedding with natural materials sourced from their organic farms in India, in their own clean-energy powered facility in Los Angeles, where their team shares a singular purpose: To raise the bar for what it means to be a sustainable business. Avocado is Climate Neutral Certified for net zero emissions and donates one percent of all revenue to environmental nonprofits through its membership with 1% For the Planet. https://www.avocadogreenmattress.com/?utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=INI_November (Find out what it means to sleep organic at AvocadoMattress.com). Have feedback or questions?http://www.twitter.com/importantnotimp ( Tweet us), or send a message to email@example.com Important, Not Important Book Club: https://bookshop.org/a/8952/9781541644182 (Life as We Made It) by Beth Shapiro https://bookshop.org/a/8952/9780062987952 (Arriving Today) by Christopher Mims https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant (https://bookshop.org/shop/importantnotimportant) Links: http://mims.club/ (mims.club) Twitter: https://twitter.com/mims (@mims) Connect with us: Subscribe to our newsletter at http://importantnotimportant.com/ (ImportantNotImportant.com)! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ImportantNotImp (twitter.com/ImportantNotImp) Follow Quinn: http://twitter.com/quinnemmett (twitter.com/quinnemmett) Follow Brian: https://twitter.com/beansaight (twitter.com/beansaight) Like and share us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant (facebook.com/ImportantNotImportant) Intro/outro by Tim Blane: http://timblane.com/ (timblane.com) Important, Not Important is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media) Support this podcast
Sophie (age 8) and Ellie (age 6) have been learning about Climate Change at school as part of the COP conference. They have made a podcast about the history of pollution and saving the planet.----more---- Our story starts 800 years ago. Edward I was King of England. Coal was discovered in Newcastle and many London homes started using it to keep their houses warm. However, it made the city very smokey. The King's mother thought it was so smokey that she left the town. The King decided to act. He banned people from using coal for their fires to try to make the air cleaner. However, people just ignored him. Then a later King, Richard II, decided that it he could get rich from taxing coal. He didn't care about the air, he thought it was a way to get rich. As more and more people went to live in the cities, they realized that they started to have problems with poo and with clean water. There was nowhere to put the rubbish so people threw the rubbish and the poo onto the streets. There was no way to get proper clean water to drink either. So people got ill and often died. It was decided to build proper sewers to take the poo away and proper pipes and taps for clean water. This made everywhere a lot cleaner and saved many lives. Meanwhile, there were factories being built in the cities. These factories used coal – and people were still using coal to warm their houses. The smoke from the coal got worse and worse. It started to cause something called fog. This is where smoke and fog mix up. Its poisonous to breathe. One summer in London, 70 years ago, there was a terrible smog in London. The air turned green. Thousands died. It was decided to stop using coal in cities to save lives. However, not all pollution is visible. 40 years ago the world realized that there was a hole in the Ozone layer. The Ozone layer is an invisible shield around our planet which protects us from harmful rays from the sun. However, some chemicals were destroying the ozone layer. Those chemicals were banned and the ozone layer started to repair itself. This was an example of the world working together to help fix pollution. More recently, people have learned that all the coal and oil that we have been burning has meant that the planet's climate has been changing, in particular, it has been getting hotter. The coal and oil have helped countries get richer and they have been able to use that money on good things like medicines. However, the pollution is not good and the whole world wants to find someway to stop it. At the end of the episode, Ellie and Sophie reflect on how in human history, humans have often managed to fix pollution problems when they have tried their hardest and work together. They also reflect on how we only have one planet and we need to look after it. We also have a poster that the girls designed for the COP summit. You can see it on twitter (@historytime99) or on Instagram (@history_storytime). Please give it a “like”! Patrons' Club If you liked this episode you might like to join our Patrons' Club. You can join at www.patreon.com/historystorytime.
How Cryptocurrencies Harm the Planet. That story and more on H2O Radio's weekly news report about water. Headlines: There's growing backlash around the world about the environmental effects of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. The Biden administration was criticized last week for auctioning off large tracts in the Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas companies, just after COP26. It must feel like weather whiplash to live in Washington state or British Columbia. Creatures whose name translates to “little armored one” typically live in southern states, but global warming might change that.
The COP26 climate summit in Glasgow was seen as the world's ‘last best chance' to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees and avoid catastrophic climate change. On that measure it failed. The pledges made will instead see temperatures rise by nearly 2 degrees. Tim Flannery, one of Australia's most well known environmentalists, had a front row seat at the negotiations and to what he describes as Australia's ‘embarrassing' contribution. Today, Tim Flannery on what unfolded at COP-26, and his hopes for the future.Guest: Environmental scientist and contributor to The Saturday Paper, Tim Flannery. Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Wahoo! Flux is actually living up to the hype with two completely different episodes with wildly different tones and plot structure! Sontarans riding horseback and whacky time shenanigans galore in this recap of the second and third episodes of Series 13 of Doctor Who.
In today's recap, Marcello talks about the Indian government imposing a lockdown due to air pollution; is there a new Smallpox pandemic coming? Vials with the virus have been found; scientists discovered a new planet. The Austrian government on Friday announced that it will extend a lockdown of unvaccinated people to the entire nation starting Monday in a battle to get rising COVID-19 cases under control. It will run for 10 days & a maximum of 20 days. Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg [...] The post Recap November 21: New Climate Lockdowns! Smallpox Outbreak? They Found Planet 9! (Recap ep150) appeared first on Investing & Day Trading Education: Day Trading Academy.
Recorded 2021-11-21 01:11:40 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Artist - Track Title - Label* TV Hits - Max Headroom - * Crafton - Dosed - Flight Pattern* Keist - Surge - Default Recordings* Motiv - Butternut Squash - Co-Lab Recordings* Uphonix - Making Fire - Liquid Drops* Ben Westbeech, Die - Get Closer - Brownswood Recordings* Keist - Proof - Default Recordings* Dash - High Altitude (Original Mix) - Soul Deep Exclusives* MidKnighT MooN - Humming Bird - onesevenfour* Poschek & Bufalo - Jungle Bloom (Original Mix) - Soul Deep Exclusives* Donkai Kong - Endless Summer - Such Music* Dawn Wall - Legends - Ekho* Max Headroom Incident - MHI-1 WGN Chicago, News - * Turno - Show You Something - Elevate Records* Dopplershift and Stokka - A Whole Lot - Four Corners* Theoretical - Animal Instinct - Citate Forms* FORMULA featuring Diligent Fingers - Neck Back - Bagged & Tagged Records* Grafix x Dynamite MC - Black Magic - Hospital Records* Jfal - Soundclash - Zombie Recordings UK* René LaVice, Current Value - Lose Control - DeVice* Tomoyoshi - Soldier - Original Key Recordings* Yatuza & Asura - Rolloz - Murky Digital* G.P.M - Rolling Up - South Yard* Abstr4ct - Got - Dutty Audio* Scartip - All nighter - Four Corners* Xeomi, Kaiza feat. Rune - Gone - Bad Taste Recordings* Gella - Los Pianos - Born On Road* Umax - Depth Charge (original) - Four Corners* Roni Size, DJ Die - It's a Jazz Thing (Jucieman Remix) - V Recordings* Mr Joseph, Illmatika - Her Name Is (Beat Merchants Remix) - Liquid V* Roni Size/Reprazent - Snapshot - Full Cycle* DRS & Dynamite - Get Down (feat. DJ Zinc) - Hospital Records* Wilkinson - Afterglow - RAM Records* Wilkinson - Afterglow (Cyantific Remix) - RAM Records* mSdoS - Car Chase (Original Mix) - Sheer Velocity Recordings* dRamatic &b dbAudio - Break My Heart - Flexout Audio* Blade - The Greatest - Liquid V* Le Lutin - Da Ruckussss - 36 Hertz* Veak - Put Up Your Lighta [Uproar Audio 05] - Uproar Audio* DJ Vapour - Electric shock - 36 Hertz* Jonny L - Synthesize - 23:22* Jonny L - Connect - 23:22* Jonny L - June - 23:22* Max Headroom Incident - MHI-2 WTTW Chicago, Dr Who - * Hidden Agenda - Return - Straight Ahead* Hidden Agenda - Vindication - Straight Ahead* Roni Size, Reprazent - Brown Paper Bag (Full Vocal 2008 Re-edit) - Talkin Loud* Artificial Intelligence feat. Steo - Let It Be (DJ Marky & S.P.Y Remix) - V Recordings* Event Horizon - Gojira (VIP) - Wub Club Records* Inja - Underdog (feat. DJ Marky) - Hospital Records* DJ Vapour - Sauna Shaker - 36 Hertz* N-Mon1c - Evoke - inHabit Recordings* Radicall - Build Me Up (Bungle Remix) - Absys Records* DT3 - Timelord - onesevenfour* Volatile Cycle & Dropset - Disgruntled - Cause4Concern Recordings* Artificial Intelligence - Movin' On (DJ Marky & Bungle Remix) - V Recordings* Kings Of The Rollers - Somebody Else Part 2 (feat. Lydia Plain) - Hospital Records* Noisia & Calyx & TeeBee - Hyenas - Vision Recordings* Sextasy - give it back - Heart Twice Records* Koax - Sugarloaf - Impact Music* Hidden Agenda - Salvation - Straight AheadTracklisting:* Artist - Track Title - Label* TV Hits - Max Headroom - * Crafton - Dosed - Flight Pattern* Keist - Surge - Default Recordings* Motiv - Butternut Squash - Co-Lab Recordings* Uphonix - Making Fire - Liquid Drops* Ben Westbeech, Die - Get Closer - Brownswood Recordings* Keist - Proof - Default Recordings* Dash - High Altitude (Original Mix) - Soul Deep Exclusives* MidKnighT MooN - Humming Bird - onesevenfour* Poschek & Bufalo - Jungle Bloom (Original Mix) - Soul Deep Exclusives* Donkai Kong - Endless Summer - Such Music* Dawn Wall - Legends - Ekho* Max Headroom Incident - MHI-1 WGN Chicago, News - * Turno - Show You Something - Elevate Records* Dopplershift and Stokka - A Whole Lot - Four Corners* Theoretical - Animal Instinct - Citate Forms* FORMULA featuring Diligent Fingers - Neck Back - Bagged & Tagged Records* Grafix x Dynamite MC - Black Magic - Hospital Records* Jfal - Soundclash - Zombie Recordings UK* René LaVice, Current Value - Lose Control - DeVice* Tomoyoshi - Soldier - Original Key Recordings* Yatuza & Asura - Rolloz - Murky Digital* G.P.M - Rolling Up - South Yard* Abstr4ct - Got - Dutty Audio* Scartip - All nighter - Four Corners* Xeomi, Kaiza feat. Rune - Gone - Bad Taste Recordings* Gella - Los Pianos - Born On Road* Umax - Depth Charge (original) - Four Corners* Roni Size, DJ Die - It's a Jazz Thing (Jucieman Remix) - V Recordings* Mr Joseph, Illmatika - Her Name Is (Beat Merchants Remix) - Liquid V* Roni Size/Reprazent - Snapshot - Full Cycle* DRS & Dynamite - Get Down (feat. DJ Zinc) - Hospital Records* Wilkinson - Afterglow - RAM Records* Wilkinson - Afterglow (Cyantific Remix) - RAM Records* mSdoS - Car Chase (Original Mix) - Sheer Velocity Recordings* dRamatic &b dbAudio - Break My Heart - Flexout Audio* Blade - The Greatest - Liquid V* Le Lutin - Da Ruckussss - 36 Hertz* Veak - Put Up Your Lighta [Uproar Audio 05] - Uproar Audio* DJ Vapour - Electric shock - 36 Hertz* Jonny L - Synthesize - 23:22* Jonny L - Connect - 23:22* Jonny L - June - 23:22* Max Headroom Incident - MHI-2 WTTW Chicago, Dr Who - * Hidden Agenda - Return - Straight Ahead* Hidden Agenda - Vindication - Straight Ahead* Roni Size, Reprazent - Brown Paper Bag (Full Vocal 2008 Re-edit) - Talkin Loud* Artificial Intelligence feat. Steo - Let It Be (DJ Marky & S.P.Y Remix) - V Recordings* Event Horizon - Gojira (VIP) - Wub Club Records* Inja - Underdog (feat. 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Sally McRae is a professional ultra/mountain runner. This summer she won the Toughest Footrace on the Planet, Badwater 135 miler. She is one of the most real, inspiring and positive people I have ever met. Sally is a trainer, coach, and mother of two active kids. She is sponsored by Nike, COROS, Leki, Spring Energy, UltrAspire, Igloo, Sidekick, and LyveCap. We discuss mental training, pushing the limits, work / life balance, Badwater 135, strength training and more! YouTube video of this interview: https://youtu.be/eXoL5f_Gf1g Chapters: 0:00 Intro Sally McRae 4:15 Sally's athletic background 6:23 Dealing with her moms death at age 17 8:49 How soccer and sports connect people 9:58 Inspiring others through running 11:42 Time management for a busy pro athlete mother 18:58 Badwater 135 mile race 22:48 Difference between Badwater in 2018 and 2021 26:48 Importance of humbling experiences in running 28:20 Mindset and believe 29:43 Study your race environment 32:03 Discomfort teaches us to grow 38:44 The power of how we respond to situations 41:16 Last miles to winning Badwater 135 45:37 Mindset to make or break you 46:37 Judgment from outside world 51:37 Social media behavior 55:37 Sally's first photoshoot with Nike 1:01:03 Strength training for runners, why / how 1:06:03 Sally's strength running app 1:09:37 Connect with Sally 1:10:21 Recommendations for athletes to improve 1:12:28 Closing thoughts + next episode "Failures, letdowns, mistakes, flaws, they do not define your value. In fact, those were never supposed to be limiting factors. All those things are supposed to propel us to something better.” I'd love to hear from you, what was your favorite lesson, quote or takeaway. Please let me know in the comments. FIND SALLY MCRAE HERE: ► Website: https://www.sallymcrae.com ► Strength App: https://my.playbookapp.io/sally-mcrae ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yellowrunner ► Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/coachsallymcrae ► Podcast: https://bit.ly/choose-strong-podcast YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Website: https://extramilest.com ► Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast -- -- -- This episode is brought to you by PATH projects running apparel. PATH makes premium running shorts, baseliners, shirts and hats. Recently PATH projects won Runner's World Gear of the Year award for the 2nd time. This time for the Pyrenees hooded running shirt, it's a shirt that I wear daily too. You can find out more at https://pathprojects.com/
Guarina Lopez is a storyteller who uses not only words but also images to share stories of the land and indigenous communities. A member of the Pascua Yaqui tribe of Tucson, AZ, she currently resides on the present and ancestral lands of the Piscataway and Nacotchtank in Washington, D.C. She's a runner; the founder of Native Women Ride; a writer, photographer and filmmaker; and our guest on today's episode. “There's always storytelling; it's all over, you just have to listen for it.” As Guarina explains, “we come from storytelling traditions because a lot of times our languages weren't translated into English for the wider populace.” When she wanted information about her heritage, she had to ask somebody, and then, she says, “I never just got an answer, I got a story.” Her father was a great storyteller, which, she believes, “really kind of broadened the way that I heard the words. So when I think of storytelling and language, before I write things down, oftentimes on my run I will hear the way words sound, like these words sound beautiful together, or it'll just appear in my mind.” “I think that I was photographing a lot of things I was trying to understand, or things that I was passionate about.” Guarina was already drawing and writing stories as a child, and then at age 12, she picked up a camera. Her mother was homeless for a long time, and she began taking pictures of unhoused people, “capturing stories that I was trying to figure out that ended up being related to my life.” She started by shooting in 35mm, but eventually switched to a heavier, medium format camera. Photographing people was harder, and she had to think about composition in a different way, so she started to photograph the land. A pivotal moment occurred when she was on a road trip through the Pacific Northwest. “That's when I really made the shift of the way that I think about land, and how we use it and how we see it and perceive it is different.” While driving through Oregon, she pulled over and “there was an abandoned lumberyard and it almost brought me to tears because I I saw all of these trees that had been killed for nothing, but they were stacked up in all these beautiful, like modern kinds of ways, just slats over slat over slat. And so there were all these gorgeous lines. And so I was at once mesmerized by the beauty of the natural shapes, and then angered, because why would you do this?” “It just stopped me in my tracks and I thought, this is the land fighting back. These are the trees saying, you know, ‘this is our place.'” Guarina moved to Washington, D.C. and was overwhelmed by the greenery and the resurgence of life of the plants there. When she goes running and comes across a tree breaking through the sidewalk, she says, “I'm just like, ‘yes!' because that is what you do'” - even though she knows it will probably trip her up on her next run. In her daily life, she tries to create a relationship, “whether it's with the land, or the waters, or the animals.” “You can't just completely erase everything. That's not how Mother Nature works.” The U.S. and much of the world has become accustomed to extracting as much as possible from the earth. Indigenous peoples, on the other hand, believe that you “only take what you need, and then you see the natural resurgence and natural growth processes of animals and plants and the entire ecosystem.” “I want to tell stories and I think the stories that need to be told are the ones that have never been told.” Stories are told about people who have done amazing things, but as Guarina says, “if that's the only person that's representing their particular community, it's really not representative.” We need to recognize that everyone has a unique story, that “we're all just ordinary people, but you never know what stories people have.” It's worthwhile to learn them. That, she says, “is where you'll find the thing you don't know.” Guarina finds much of her inspiration when she's out for a run. After the first two miles or so, she says, “stories come to mind. I start thinking about what I want to teach, what I want to write about, what I don't know about.” “Nature will always provide no matter where you are, and nature will never fail. You know, I will never know enough. I will never know it all. And it changes from day to day. And so my process when I go out there and run is to think about how can I make my day better, and the run, the run itself always does that for me.” Resources: Guarina's Instagram accounts: Guarina Paloma Lopez Yaqui Rain Runner This Native Land Modern Natives' Personal Regalia Native Women Ride Call Me By My Name Project Thank you to Tracksmith, Athletic Greens, and goodr for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith is a Boston-based company that truly cares about the quality of their running clothes. Running can be demanding on our clothes; they definitely go through wear and tear to where we may be purchasing new clothes constantly. 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Go here and use the code TINA for 15% off your order. Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could listen to, and we are honored you have chosen Running For Real. If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram If you are struggling through something a guest mentions, chances are others are too, and you will help them feel less alone. Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe? You can find out here. "Thank you" to Guarina. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.
Two years ago, I discovered sprouts. During my early COVID quarantine time when we were all first stuck at home stocking up on Twinkies and toilet paper, I powered through the The Sprout Book: Tap into the Power of the Planet's Most Nutritious Food to learn how to use dirt-cheap seeds - readily available anywhere even when grocery stores are sold out of Twinkies and toilet paper - to unlock a host of nutrients in an inexpensive, space-saving environment at home. I used the "Broccoli & Friends" mix - a potent blend of high-germination broccoli, alfalfa, radish and clover sprouting seeds) and a glass mason jar sprouting method to sprout for 5 days and...holy cow! I was amazed at the life these little powerhouses took on The book teaches you how to easily grow sprouts, microgreens, grasses and much more, the health benefits of sprouts include the ability to improve the digestive process, increase metabolic rate, increase enzymatic activity, prevent anemia, aid in weight loss, regulate cholesterol, reduce blood pressure, prevent neural tube defects, boost skin health, improve vision, support the immune system, and increase usable energy reserves. Plus, sprouting deactivates all the built in plant defense mechanisms. I now use most of these on salads and in smoothies, then salt spice and dehydrate a batch for a crunchy on-the-go snack. Doug Evans, my guest on today's podcast, is an early pioneer in the natural food industry, and he happened to have written The Sprout Book. In 2002 he co-founded Organic Avenue, one of the first exclusively organic plant-based retail chains in the country. He then created and founded Juicero, the first fresh, farm to glass automatic cold-press juicer, with the mission of bringing more fresh produce to the home. Doug lives in the Mojave Desert at Wonder Valley Hot Springs. Doug wrote, The Sprout Book in efforts to teach people about the power of sprouts and has written a transformative plan for sprouting. He's revolutionizing gardening and growing your own food right in your kitchen in an affordable and accessible way. His mission in life is to help people learn how to grow and eat the most nutritious food on the planet...sprouts. Among the mind-blowing nutritional qualities of sprouts: -they have 20-30 times the nutrients of other vegetables and 100 times those of meat -they pack cancer-fighting properties and help to protect us from cardiovascular disease and environmental pollutants -they aid in digestion -they are a simple way to grow your own vegetables and compatible with all diets The forty recipes inside his book feature sprouts on top of raw vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, spices, sea vegetables, and top-quality cold-pressed vegetable oils for the healthiest diet possible. In this episode, you'll discover: -How sprouts differ from other plants regarding plant-defense mechanisms... -The sprouting process explained... -Logistical questions about sprouting answered... -The immediate results of Doug's sprouting practice... -And much more! Detailed show notes containing links to resources, podcasts and articles mentioned in today's show can be found at https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/sproutspodcast