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Personality tests like the MBTI are all over the internet, the workplace, and dating apps — but some say it's all a bunch of baloney. So are any of these tests legit? And what can science actually tell us about personality? We talk to psychologists Dr. Alexander Swan, Dr. Emorie Beck, and Dr. Ted Schwaba. Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/ScienceVsPersonalityTests In this episode, we cover: (00:00) Chapter 1: Personality tests and their impact (05:49) Chapter 2: Personality and the MBTI (13:21) Chapter 3: Why personality ‘types' flop (24:52) Chapter 4: The scientist's personality test (30:05) Chapter 5: What personality can predict (33:24) Chapter 6: Can you change your personality? This episode was produced by Michelle Dang, with help from Wendy Zukerman, Nick DelRose, Rose Rimler, and Joel Werner. We're edited by Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Eva Dasher. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Bumi Hidaka, Emma Munger, Peter Leonard, So Wylie and Bobby Lord. Special thanks to all the researchers we spoke to for this episode, including Dr. Nicholas Turiano, Prof. Howard Friedman, and Prof. Paul Duberstein. And special thanks to the Zukerman Family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson. Science Vs is a Spotify Studios Original. Listen for free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us and tap the bell for episode notifications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this edition of Parallax Views, we turn from our coverage of the Gaza War and to cast a vital eye on the ongoing Israeli Occupation in the West Bank and the explosion of settler violence that has exploded there in the past two months. Prof. Dana El-Kurd, author of Polarized and Demobilized: Legacies of Authoritarianism in Palestine and assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at University of Richmond. and Prof. Diana B. Greenwald, author of the upcoming book Mayors in the Middle: Indirect Rule and Local Government in Occupied Palestine and assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the City College of New York, join the show for an in-depth discussion of the situation in the West Bank and the plight of Palestinians there. The situation in the West Bank and settler violence supported by Israel's National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir remains an important issue when discussing Israel/Palestine at this current moment of crisis. We hope you find this show informative.
On today's episode Walter Smolarek and Prof. Richard Wolff discuss the UN COP28 climate summit where record numbers of fossil fuel lobbyists were given access, and the summit itself is presided over by the chief executive for an oil company. Professor Richard Wolff is an author & co-founder of the organization Democracy at Work. You can find his work at rdwolff.com. Please make an urgently-needed contribution to The Socialist Program by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/thesocialistprogram. We rely on the generous support of our listeners to keep bringing you consistent, high-quality shows. All Patreon donors of $5 a month or more are invited to join the monthly Q&A seminar with Brian.
01:45 - Introduction 00:00 - Free-for-All (No Free-for-All) 05:30 - Main Topic (Education as Formation) In episode TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX, Mike and Wade are joined by Prof. Joshua Johnson from the college to discuss education as formation. Despite Wade's best efforts, the guys got a little distracted at a few points, but we think it was fun, and the topic is one we hope to return to in the future. We hope you enjoy the episode! Let the Bird Fly! is supported by the 1517 Podcast Network, which is part of 1517.org. If you haven't done so yet, stop over there and check out the other great podcasts in the network, as well as all of the other excellent content they offer. You can find them all on Apple Podcasts. You can support the network here. You support is greatly appreciated and helps the network continue to produce and provide this content for free for a world in desperate need of good news and true freedom. More 1517 content can also be found on YouTube. More from the hosts Michael Berg Wade Johnston If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: “The Last One” by Jahzzar is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License. “Gib laut” by Dirk Becker is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License. “Whistling Down the Road” by Silent Partner. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License.
Anke Plättner diskutiert mit Prof. Volker Wieland (Ökonom, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), Prof. Peter Bofinger (Ökonom, Universität Würzburg), Kristina Dunz (RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland, RND), Gerald Traufetter (Der Spiegel).
Anke Plättner diskutiert mit Prof. Volker Wieland (Ökonom, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), Prof. Peter Bofinger (Ökonom, Universität Würzburg), Kristina Dunz (RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland, RND), Gerald Traufetter (Der Spiegel).
Daniel Markel and Wendi Adelson date for a couple years, then the young, well educated couple marry. Daniel Markel is already a a professor at Florida State University School of Law and Wendi Adelson is a third-year law student at the University of Miami. The couple have two children, but then Dan Markel comes home from a business trip to find the house nearly empty. His wife and two boys as well as most to the furniture is gone. There are divorce papers on the bed. For the next six weeks, Dan Markel doesn't know where his children are much less his soon to be ex-wife. Their divorce is finalized and the order is for them to share joint custody of their children, but Wendi Adelson tries to move with the boys to Miami, Dan Markel heads to court and files an order to keep them from moving. Dan wins that battle, but a custody battle continues. Markel, now a Florida State University criminal law professor, pulls into his driveway and is talking on his cell phone when he was fatally shot. The killer was waiting for Markel outside his home then followed him into the garage, shooting him in the side of the head, through the window of his car. Who planned the murder for hire? Joining Nancy Grace Today: Tamara Demko, DrPH, JD, RN - Harvard Law School classmate and friend of Dan Markel. Facebook: Justice For Dan, www.justicefordan.com Dave Aronberg - Palm Beach County State Attorney, Friend of Dan, http://www.sa15.org, X: @aronberg, Facebook/TikTok/Instagram: @ davearonberg, YouTube: @davearonbergFL Caryn L. Stark - Psychologist, renowned TV and Radio trauma expert and consultant, www.carynstark.com, Instagram: carynpsych, FB: Caryn Stark Private Practice Robert Crispin - Private Investigator, Former Federal Task Force Officer for United States Department of Justice, DEA and Miami Field Division, Former Homicide and Crimes Against Children Investigator, “Crispin Special Investigations” CrispinInvestigations.com, Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc Dr. Jan Gorniak - Board Certified Forensic Pathologist, Fmr. Medical examiner for Clark County NV Joel Waldmen- (Miami, FL) Host of ‘Surviving the Survivor' Podcast, Twitter: @PodcastSTS, Instagram: @SurvivingTheSurvivor, survivingTheSurvivor.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1. Timoteo- 1 Timoteo 1:18- No descuides tu don ablo era un apóstol que le dice a su hijo espiritual Timoteo, comisión significa proclamación, esa comisión comenzó con profecías y él tenía que ir en pos de eso que se le profetizó. Pablo le dice a Timoteo que cuide su don espiritual. No debemos descuidar el área fuerte que tenemos sino fortalecerla. 2. Adán/Eva- Génesis 2:16-17- No comerás del árbol del conocimiento Si ellos no comían de ese árbol tenían vida eterna, pero como lo hicieron entonces les vino muerte. Son más las permisiones que las prohibiciones, la serpiente trajo una profecía falsa y le mintió a Eva y así perdieron todo lo que tenían en el huerto del Edén. Si seguían la Palabra profética hubieran tenido victoria. 3. Mujer de Lot- Génesis 19:17- No mires atrás Aquí había una inmoralidad tremenda y se está sacando a Lot y a su familia de ese lugar, la Palabra profética era que no mirarán atrás, pero la mujer de Lot lo hizo. Hay cosas en las cuales somos fuertes, pero si algo nos gustó en el pasado lo terminamos haciendo a veces. Por eso, no debemos mirar atrás. Hay pasado que no debemos volver a mirar. Hay cosas del mundo que nos atraen aunque nos hagamos los santos. 4. Elí- 1 Samuel 2:30- Honro a los que me honran Aquí se revocó una bendición, el Señor revocó la bendición, al sacerdote no le iba a hacer falta nada, pero Elí cometió un error porque sus hijos fallaban y él no los detenía, inclusive los puso a servir. Lo único que tenía que hacer Eli era estorbar el pecado. Elí deshonró al Señor, menospreció al Señor porque puso primero a los hijos. 5. Sansón- Jueces 14:7- Conságrate ueces 14:7 Descendió y habló con la mujer; y ella le agradó a Sansón. (LBLA) Sansón pecó porque se unió en yugo desigual a pesar de que tenía una unción de fuerza, Sansón no tuvo que buscar la unción, ya la tenía. Uno puede ser ungido, pero con débil carácter. 6. Profeta joven- 1 Reyes 13:17-18- Ni pan ni agua en el camino 1 Reyes 13:17-18 Dios le dio un mandato, no fue una sugerencia, se lo dio el mismo Dios, entonces un profeta le dio otra instrucción, él no tenía que dejarse convencer por el profeta viejo. Nadie está por encima de la Palabra de Dios, ni aunque hagan milagros. Todo lo que Dios quiera darte vale más que la obediencia. 7. Juan- Lucas 1:76- Prepara camino del Señor Lucas 1:76 Y tú, niño, serás llamado profeta del Altísimo; porque irás delante del Señor para preparar sus caminos; (LBLA) De los nacidos de mujer nadie es mayor que Juan, él iba a ser un profeta del Altísimo y tenía como comisión preparar el camino del Señor. Posiblemente él no debía morir degollado, él tenía que cumplir su comisión y finalizar su ministerio. Juan no tenía que descubrir el pecado de Herodes que era un adulterio, él desnudó el alma de la gente al ver el pecado de un político. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ebenezerhn/message
Jueces 6:7 Y cuando los hijos de Israel clamaron al Señor a causa de Madián, 8 el Señor envió a los hijos de Israel un profeta que les dijo: Así dice el Señor, Dios de Israel: «Fui yo el que os hice subir de Egipto, y os saqué de la casa de servidumbre. (LBLA) Dios da permisiones para despertar al pueblo, el pueblo de Dios está sumamente empobrecido y entonces le mandó un profeta. El pueblo de Dios era esclavo por cuatrocientos treinta años, se hartaron de ese tiempo y luego Dios les mandó un profeta. Ellos estaban así porque tenían un altar idolátrico, un avivamiento profético trae advertencia y reformas y trae cambios de mentalidad. 1. Samuel/1 Samuel 16:13- Aceite- Habilitación 2. Jerem-Yah/Jeremías 13:17- Lágrimas- Advertencia 3. Ezequiel-Ezequiel 47:3- Aguas- Río- Desarrollo 4. Daniel-/Daniel 10:2-3 Ayuno- Revelación 5. Joel/Joel 2:25- Trigo- Restitución 6. ZacariYah/Zacarías 4:7- Piedra- Realización 7. Juan/Juan 1:26- Agua- arrepentimiento --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ebenezerhn/message
On this edition of Parallax Views, we continue our coverage of the Gaza War with three different segments and guests. First up, Antiwar.Com's news editor Dave DeCamp joins the show to discuss the bombshell reports by the New York Times and Israel's 972 magazine related to the war. NYT reported recently that Israel ignored vital intelligence, specifically the blueprints for a major attack, in the lead-up to the October 7th attack. Meanwhile, 972 reports on the use of AI systems to hit non-military targets in Gaza; 972 referred to it as a "massive assassination factory). We'll discuss the significance of these two stories as well as the Biden administration's response to the war and what may be going on behind the scenes. In the second segment of the show, David C. Hendrickson, the president of the John Quincy Adams Society and professor emeritus of political science at Colorado College (and author of such books as Republic in Peril, Peace Pact, Union, Nation, Empire, and most recently Freedom, Independence, Peace: John Quincy Adams and American Foreign Policy) returns to give his take on the Gaza War, the Biden administration's response to it, the Israeli intelligence failure of October 7th, the massive casualties inflicted on innocent Gazans, the different varieties of international relations realism, John Mearsheimer Vs. Henry Kissinger and liberal realism vs. a crude "the strong do what they can, the weak suffer what they must" realism, dissent in the State Dept. over the Gaza War, Benjamin Netanyahu, Eisenhower vs. Israel (and George HW Bush vs. Israel), Obama's problems with Netanyahu, the lack of security around Israel's southern border before October 7th, and much, much more. In the final segment of the show, Muhammad Sahimi, a contributor to Responsible Statecraft and Antiwar.Com, joins the show to discuss the Islamic Republic of Iran's response to the Gaza War and the differences in approach between the hardliner and moderate/pragmatist factions in Iran when it comes to the war, the U.S. role in the Middle East, Israel, and related issues. NOTE: In the conversation with Prof. Hendrickson I misquote Thucydides. He wrote "The strong do what they can, the weak suffer what they must" not "The strong do what they can, the weak do what they must".
This week on The Learning Curve, guest co-hosts Prof. Albert Cheng of the University of Arkansas and Andrea Silbert, president of the Eos Foundation, interview Francine Klagsbrun, the author of Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel. They discuss the story of the woman who left Kiev as a child, grew up in Milwaukee, […]
This episode titled "Teaching Consent with Words that Work" was one of the most popular episodes of the Puberty Prof Podcast. I hope you enjoy listening to this replay! How do we explain consent to young people? Listen to this episode in which Mike Domitz shares his words of advice. The person behind Center for Respect, Mike helps to empower young people with the skills for how to say “no,” being a proactive bystander, and finding self-worth. Originally released during the second year season of the Puberty Prof Podcast, this episode is an audience favorite! To find out more about Mike including his books, go to Center for Respect by clicking here: https://www.centerforrespect.com To check out the National Sexuality Education Standards , click here: https://www.advocatesforyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NSES-2020-web-updated2.pdf (Consent and Healthy Relationships information begins on about page 34) Also- remember to check out the 10 minute YouTube Clip of this episode at this link: https://youtu.be/6ySDnCqNAYg Remember to check out the TALK Puberty app to help start and continue conversations with your pre-teen. This app allows you to go over specific topics at your own speed and comfort level. Sections include: Basic Questions About Puberty, Questions About Most Girls, Questions About Most Boys, Other Questions Children Often Ask, and Open-Ended Questions. Also available is the TALK B4 Sex app which helps to start conversations on a variety of sexuality topics including healthy relationships, feelings and beliefs about sex, and identity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michaela Kolster diskutiert mit ihren Gästen Christian Haase (Haushaltspolitischer Sprecher CDU/CSU-Bundestagsfraktion) und Prof. Marcel Fratzscher (Präsident Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, DIW Berlin).
We hope you all enjoy this week's episode of Economic Update featuring updates on Tesla vs the Swedish Unions, a teachers strike in Portland, Oregon, "food insecurity" in the U.S. today, how the King of Britain has been secretly profiting from assets of the dead and a Michigan "entrepreneur" failed in effort to buy electoral defeat of Rachid Tlaib. In the second half of this week's episode, Prof. Wolff interviews Norman Solomon on his latest book, "War Made invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of its Military Machine". If you haven't already, please subscribe to our channel, follow us on social media and of course be sure to sign up on our website: www.democracyatwork.info And as always, we thank for your attention, support and solidarity. The d@w Team **************************************************************************** [EU S13 E44] The U.S. Military Machine & What It Costs **************************************************************************** Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff is a DemocracyatWork.info Inc. production. We make it a point to provide the show free of ads and rely on viewer support to continue doing so. You can support our work by joining our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/democracyatwork Or you can go to our website: https://www.democracyatwork.info/donate Every donation counts and helps us provide a larger audience with the information they need to better understand key economic events happening around the world they can't get anywhere else. We want to thank our devoted community of supporters who help make this show and others we produce possible each week. We kindly ask you to also support the work we do by encouraging others to subscribe to our YouTube channel and website: www.democracyatwork.info
In this episode, Professor Chapman delves into the intricacies of the DHEA male hormone and explores various fertility enhancements purported to boost energy levels in the ovaries. Additionally, he sheds light on the duration of the entire IVF process, providing insights into its comprehensive journey from initiation to completion. Explore the 'Prof. Michael Chapman - The IVF Journey' Facebook Page, your reliable destination for cutting-edge insights and guidance within the realm of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Don't miss out on the IVF Journey podcast; stay informed with the latest episode updates. Tune in for expert discussions and valuable information on navigating the intricate path of IVF.
In this episode I'm delighted to welcome back Prof Mark Williams and Prof Nicola Hodges to speak about skill acquisition in sport. Mark Williams is a Senior Research Scientist at The Institute of Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC)- a not-for-profit research institute of the Florida University System and is affiliated with several Florida universities. Mark was previously at the University of Utah, where he was professor and chairman of the Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation. Mark has held various senior leadership positions Liverpool John Moores University, University of Sydney and Brunel University, London. Mark's research interests focus on the neural and psychological mechanisms underpinning the acquisition and development of expertise. He has published almost 300 journal articles in peer-reviewed outlets in numerous fields including exercise and sports science Nikki is a Professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver in the School of Kinesiology. It is at UBC that Nikki runs the Motor Skills Laboratory where she studies the mechanisms of motor skill learning. Her research focuses on processes involved in watching, learning and predicting from others and how practice should be best structured to bring about long-term enhancement of motor skills and high-level performance (particularly in sport). She has been involved in sport-consulting and she has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles and chapters.
It's easy to overlook the soil beneath our feet, or to think of it as just dirt to be cleaned up. But soil wraps the world in an envelope of life: It grows our food, regulates the climate and makes the planet habitable. "What stands between life and lifelessness on our planet Earth is this thin layer of soil that exists on the Earth's surface," says Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, a soil scientist at the University of California-Merced. In honor of World Soil Day tomorrow, we're revisiting our conversation with Prof. Berhe, who is also serving as Director of the U. S. Dept. of Energy's Office of Science. She talks to Aaron about the hidden majesty of soil and why it's crucial to tackling the climate crisis.
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When I moved to America, and over the following ten years of living there - to be without our public health system really opened my eyes to how much of an incredible asset that is to our country. That the standard of care that is available to those of us with the fewest resources was equivalent to the kind of care only the most wealthy people in the US could afford absolutely blew my mind. But a part of protecting our public health system is to make it as efficient as possible. To watch for wasteful spending, and to be sure that the best outcomes can happen for the most amount of people with the lowest cost. It's not perfect by any stretch. Yet it's still a superpower that we in Australia can be proud of. So how do you make things more efficient? How do we get better outcomes for people particularly when it comes to mental health? Thankfully my guest today is an expert in these matters. Professor Judith Gullifer is the Deputy Head of School and Senior Director of Education in the School of Psychological Science at Monash University, who are the sponsors of this episode. Drawing on her time spent as a psychologist in rural Australia, Judith now works to make sure that health care professionals entering the workforce are equipped with everything they need to help people in the best way possible. Tickets to upcoming Melbourne live shows available here: https://www.malthousetheatre.com.au/tickets/malthouse-outdoor-stage/osher-gunsberg-better-than-yesterday/Got suggestions for Better Than Yesterday? I'd love you to get involved in our listener survey! https://podcastsurvey.typeform.com/osherStay up to date by joining the mailing list here: Osher Günsberg - Better Than Yesterday Podcast | LinktreeCome check out our new Better Than Yesterday Instagram account - https://instagram.com/ogbetterthanyesterdayAnything else? Come visit us on discord. Join the oshergünsberg Discord Server! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Czy Ukraina może się jeszcze obronić? Czy będzie wspierana przez świat zachodni? Jak wygląda sytuacja bezpieczeństwa na świecie? Czy Polsce grozi wojna? Co Polska powinna zrobić? Co dla Polski i USA oznacza zmiana sposobu głosowania w UE? O tym opowiada prof. Andrew Michta, dyrektor Scowcroft Strategy Initiative. (3:26) Czy Ukraina zostaje sama? Czy USA i Niemcy chcą zamrozić konflikt? (13:28) Co dziś realnie oznacza art. 5 NATO? (26:20) Czy grozi nam wojna z Rosją? Co odstrasza Rosję? (30:32) Co powinna zrobić Polska? Pobór do wojska (50:33) Zmiana sposobu głosowania w UE Zamów książkę Igora Janke https://patronite.pl/igorjanke ➡️ Zachęcam do dołączenia do grona ponad 500 patronów Układu Otwartego. Jako patron, otrzymasz dostęp do grupy dyskusyjnej na Discordzie i specjalnych materiałów dla Patronów, a także newslettera z najciekawszymi artykułami z całego tygodnia. Układ Otwarty tworzy społeczność, w której możesz dzielić się swoimi myślami i pomysłami z osobami o podobnych zainteresowaniach. Państwa wsparcie pomoże kanałowi się rozwijać i tworzyć jeszcze lepsze treści Subskrybuj newsletter pisany Igora Janke: https://igorjanke.pl/newsletter/ Układ Otwarty nagrywamy w https://bliskostudio.pl Mecenasi programu: Steki.pl https://steki.pl/ XTB https://link-pso.xtb.com/pso/3aLF E2V https://e2v.pl/
Discover how simplicity can be the key to unlocking your inner sophistication and brilliance. In this episode of TheInquisitor Podcast, join Marcus Cauchi as he interviews Ben Guttmann, a marketing executive and professor at Baruch College. They dive into the topic of clear communication and its importance in messaging and design. Ben shares insights from his book, "Simply Put: Why Clear Communication Matters and How to Achieve It," where he outlines five principles: beneficial focused salient empathetic minimal Do you waffle? Is your communication confusing? The meaning of your communication means nothing if the other person cannot receive it or understand it. YOU are responsible for making sure your message is fit for purpose. - - If you want to raise your performance to the role you are in or prepare for your next role, take a few minutes to complete this Selling Strategy Audit, then book your free 30 minute consult with me. If YOU want to talk about working with as your coach we can discuss that but I won't be selling you coaching. You'll learn something you didn't know about yourself, something you can act on and improve within 30 days and how you affect your buyer's perception of risk and how they perceive you - you know the stalls you can't explain - the buyers who ghost you - deals that drift. https://mailchi.mp/laughs-last.com/satp Happy selling.
"Is consciousness a miracle?” Join Sadhguru and Harvard cognitive scientist Prof. Steven Pinker as they explore this profound question at a fascinating discussion on science and spirituality, hosted by the Sadhguru Center for a Conscious Planet, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Moderated by Harvard Medical School's Dr. Bala Subramaniam, this thought-provoking conversation explores consciousness through the lenses of ancient wisdom and modern science. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.org Sadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__app Official Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.org Sadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusive Inner Engineering Link: isha.co/ieo-podcast Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Professor Andrew Shaw, University of Exeter, believes that he has devised a diagnostic test for Long Covid. His company, Attomarker, have developed a test which can reveal a gap in a patient's antibody spectrum – their response to acute SARS-COV2 from a finger prick of blood. This gap, he says, has lead to a viral residue that causes the chronic symptoms of Long Covid. Their hypothesis is that the gap can then be filled, either with monoclonal antibodies, or with an appropriate vaccine, to rid the patient of the disease.In this week's episode we explore the theories of antibody response to the strains of Covid, the effects of the vaccine, the results that the Attomarker test and treatment which is being offered by Re:Cognition Health have so far yielded. Living with Long Covid? How was your week?Website - https://www.tlcsessions.net/Twitter - @SessionsTlc https://twitter.com/sessionstlcInsta - @tlcsessions https://www.instagram.com/tlcsessions
May 1453 saw Constantinople under siege - the culmination of an age long struggle between Christianity and Islam for control of the Eastern Mediterranean. The Ottoman leader Mehmed II had dreamed of possessing the city since he was a boy, and now the shining light of Christian civilization, that had lasted 1100 years, fell into the hands of Ottomans. In this episode of Gone Medieval, Matt Lewis is joined by Prof. Marc David Baer to delve into this epochal moment in medieval history.This episode was edited and produced by Joseph Knight and Rob Weinberg. Senior Producer was Elena GuthrieDiscover the past with exclusive history documentaries and ad-free podcasts presented by world-renowned historians from History Hit. Watch them on your smart TV or on the go with your mobile device. Get 50% off your first 3 months with code TUDORS sign up now for your 14-day free trial http://access.historyhit.com/checkout?code=tudors&plan=monthlyYou can take part in our listener survey here >
Order of Service: - Prelude - Hymn 95 - Wake! the Welcome Day Appeareth: vv. 1-3 - Luke 2:25-26: And behold, there was a man in Jerusalem whose name was Simeon, and this man was just and devout, waiting for the Consolation of Israel, and the Holy Spirit was upon him. And it had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death before he had seen the Lord's Christ. - Devotion - Prayer - Hymn 95 - Wake! the Welcome Day Appeareth: vv. 5 & 6 - Blessing - Postlude Service Participants: Rev. Tim Hartwig, President, Bethany Lutheran Theological Seminary (Preacher), Rev. Prof. Mark DeGarmeaux (Organist)
We have a month's worth of news to catch up on, ranging from transfers and awards to the Prof's love life. There's details on our first ever live podcast on stage at the Civic Theatre in Tallaght on January 13th and the much anticipated quiz final between Gary O'Neill and Jack Byrne, hosted by Harry Moore in Malahide. Paul Weafer pops by to talk Focus Ireland's 12 Days of Christmas Voucher Appeal and our author series continues with 'League of Ireland: An illustrated History 1980-1990' by Bartley Ramsay and Peter O'Toole, a fanzine about 80s kits.
Powerful computer programs are accurately simulating the uncertainty of climate change. These models underlie the growing business of climate risk, which in turn supports mitigation planning and the insurance industry. But climate risk models are usually large monolithic systems, which although internally consistent, cannot export statistically coherent representations of the underlying uncertainties. Because of this, the outputs are often single average risk scores resulting in the Flaw of Averages, a family of well documented mathematical errors. We propose open standards for conveying the results of climate models, based on the discipline of probability management, which will embed the uncertainty, including statistical dependence in auditable, cross-platform data. This will provide two major benefits. First, it will allow monolithic climate models to be disaggregated into manageable parts. Second, it will allow the results of disparate models of both hazards and impacts to be combined in numerous ways. In short, it will improve the measurement of environmental risk at any scale. Host Jack Russo and Professor Sam Savage of Stanford University discuss the use of probability management to create a new more Coherent Climate Calculus to effectively assess economic risks relating to climate change and toward the creation of entirely new climate finance marketplaces. Want to learn more about probability management from Prof. Sam Savage? Check out his site www.probabilitymanagement.org
Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Reinhilde Veugelers is Professor of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation at the KU Leuven in Belgium, known for her research on science and innovation. She is also a scholar at Bruegel in Brussels] and at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington D.C. Please subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScientificSense?sub_confirmation=1 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scientificsense/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scientificsense/support
Welcome to Episode 1672, where Prof. Scienza takes questions from the wine community and answers them in his inimitable way! These shows are generally in the Italian language. Today's question comes from Mary Beth Vierra! If you want to learn more about the Professor: The one who checks all the facts and regulates when we mistakenly type "Verdicchio" in place of "Vermentino.” Attilio Scienza is a full professor at the University of Milan in the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences where he teaches courses on genetic improvements to the vine; he also teaches Viticulture in the Master's program of the University of Turin in Asti. He has been the lead for many national research projects in the field of physiology, agricultural techniques, and vine genetics. As the author of over 350 publications on vine and viticulture in national and international journals, you can bet he knows his stuff! To find out more about Attilio Scienza visit: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/via-faqs/ If you want to learn more about Stevie Kim, the Scienza wrangler: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To find out more about Stevie Kim visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Share your love for our lovely Professor if you are a true Italian Wine Geek :)
Amy Edmondson is one of the world's most influential organisational psychologists, a professor at Harvard Business School, and an expert on the concept of psychological safety. She joined to answer a simple, provocative question: what if it is only by learning to fail that we can truly hope to succeed? Her new book Right Kind of Wrong doesn't tell us that failure is a problem; but it doesn't tell us to fail fast, fail often either. It tells us how to fail well. She joined Hannah MacInnes to share more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A conversation with historian Natalia Molina about their book "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (University of California Press, 2022). The Writing Westward Podcast is produced and hosted by Prof. Brenden W. Rensink (www.bwrensink.org) for the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University (reddcenter.byu.edu). Subscribe to the Writing Westward Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play, and other podcast distribution apps and platforms. Follow the BYU Redd Center and the Writing Westward Podcast on Facebook or Twitter or get more information @ https://www.writingwestward.org. Theme music by Micah Dahl Anderson @ www.micahdahlanderson.com
Yerel seçimlere dört ay kaldı. Ancak özellikle muhalefet seçmeninde seçim yenilgisinin ardından siyasete ilgisizlik duygusu hakim. Prof. Dr. Seda Demiralp'e göre bu duydu yalnızca muhalif seçmende değil, iktidar seçmeninde de var. İki seçmen grubunda bu duyguyu körükleyen ortak neden ise siyasete etki edememe yani güçsüzlük hissi. Seda Demiralp Gökçe Çiçek Kösedağı'nın sorularını yanıtlıyor. Medyascope muhabirleri Cansu Timur ve Özgecan Özgenç yarın yapılacak olan Özgür Özel ve Meral Akşener görüşmesinden detayları aktarıyor. Medyascope Ankara Haber Müdürü Senem Büyüktanır Meclis'te grup toplantısı yapan parti liderlerinin gündemini aktarıyor. Editör: Aliye Altınışık 29.11.2023
Juice from Flatbush Zombies talks about the evolution of the rap game, how the Zombies pioneered a genre, calls out No Jumper for not acknowledging the Zombies, performing solo shows, opening for Prof, and much more! ----- Get the latest news & videos http://nojumper.com CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! https://shop.nojumper.com/ NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... Follow us on SNAPCHAT https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As we age, the distribution of our body fat changes, particularly around menopause. Most people think of body fat as bad, but fat tissue plays a number of hugely important roles in our health.In today's episode of ZOE Science and Nutrition, Jonathan is joined by Dr. Sarah Berry and Prof. Deborah Clegg. Together, they debunk the myth that fat is bad, enlighten us about why body fat is distributed where it is, and explore the differences in fat distribution between men and women. Deborah Clegg is a professor and Vice President for Research at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, El Paso. Her research focuses on sex differences in metabolism, adipose tissue, and the brain and the impact this has on our health. Dr. Sarah Berry is one of the world's leading experts on human nutrition. She has run more than 20 randomized clinical trials looking at how humans respond to different fats.Head to zoe.com/podcast if you want to uncover the right foods for your body and get 10% off your ZOE membership.Download our FREE guide — Top 10 Tips to Live Healthier: https://zoe.com/freeguide Follow ZOE on InstagramTimecodes:00:00 Intro04:00 What is body fat?06:32 What is healthy fat?07:52 Female vs male body fat11:56 Why is belly fat the most unhealthy?19:43 Waist to hip ratio21:24 How estrogen affects fat distribution27:41 Perimenopause symptoms31:01 Fat cells producing estrogen36:00 Hunger the menopause38:46 Weight gain and the menopause40:54 Physical changes in men42:28 Exercise and fat distribution 43:26 What to eat during menopause46:37 Estrogen supplementsMentioned in today's episode: The evolutionary impact and influence of oestrogens on adipose tissue structure and function from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 2023Menopause is associated with postprandial metabolism, metabolic health and lifestyle: The ZOE PREDICT study from EBioMedicine 2022 Episode transcripts are available here.Is there a nutrition topic you'd like us to explore? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll do our best to cover it.
On this Moats, George Galloway gives his take on the Al-Shifa hospital lie and the footage of babies left to die by Israel and murder incorporated on the West Bank – the 62nd child to be murdered since 7/10. You may not have seen the footage as more and more videos are being suppressed on social media which is effected the truth being told as it. Prof Mohammad Marandi returns to the show who believes Israel used to be an asset to the US, but now it's a burden, as genocide taking place in front of a global audience has changed the equation. Co-host of The Palestine Pod, Lara Elborno, gives the landscape that American-Palestinians must now navigate as they protest or protect Muslim spaces at the risk of losing their jobs and being targeted by hate crimes.Professor Seyed Mohammed Marandi: Professor of English Literature and Orientalism at the University of Tehran.- X: https://x.com/s_m_marandi- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Prof.MohammadMarandiLara Elborno: Palestinian-American International Lawyer, Activist and Co-host of The Palestine Pod.- X: https://x.com/thegazangirlPodcast X - https://x.com/palestinepod-YouTube: https://youtube.com/@ThePalestinePod Get bonus content on Patreon Become a MOATS Graduate at https://plus.acast.com/s/moatswithgorgegalloway. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
144: The Greek Language, a myriad of Ideas & Concepts – Inspiring Self Reflection Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou, Frank J. McLoraine Professor of Linguistics at the University of Chicago, enlightens us today to learn more about ourselves with ancient and powerful ideas/concepts found in the Greek Language. Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou Today's Lexi: Γλώσσα - Glossa - Language In Today's Episode: A fascinating conversation with Professor Anastasia Giannakidou of University of Chicago reveals the significant value of the Greek language, yesterday and today. It's an ancient language, which has for thousands of years taught one to think critically/rationally and to be stimulated from the ideas Greeks lived by. Study of the Greek language is an intellectual activity that will move you to self-reflection and personal growth. Discover the differences between Koine, Byzantine, and Modern Greek. How has each form of Greek developed concepts and ideas which positively impact the world today? Today's Ola Kala Moment: Tandem-Exchange – an app to Increase Foreign Language Learning Resources: Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou is the Frank J. McLoraine Professor of Linguistics and the College at the University of Chicago. She studied Classical Philology and Linguistics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, and received her PhD in Linguistics from University of Groningen in the Netherlands. She is the founder and director of the Center for Hellenic Studies Center at the University of Chicago which was founded in 2019. She is also a co-director of the Center for Gesture, Sign and Language, and a collaborator in the Bilingualism Matters initiative in Chicago and the University of Chicago Institute for the Formation of Knowledge. Anastasia's main interest is the study of linguistic meaning, specifically how meaning is produced with language— and pursues linguistic and philosophical analysis grounded in Classical Hellenic thought. Anastasia studies the way beliefs, attitudes, and ideology shape people's linguistic choices in communication, and overall the relationship between language, thought and reality. Prof. Giannakidou's main language of study is Greek; but she has done comparative work on German, Dutch, Spanish, Basque, Korean, and Mandarin Chinese, and has worked on diachronic syntax and semantics. She is the author of numerous articles and books including Polarity Sensitivity as Nonveridical Dependency, Definiteness and Nominalization, Mood, Tense, Aspect Revisited—and most recently, Truth and Veridicality in Grammar and Thought, with the University of Chicago Press. She is currently working on a new book on uncertainty with Cambridge University Press. Credits: Music: Spiro Dussias Vocals: Zabrina Hay Graphic Designer: Susan Jackson O'Leary
Today, we take a closer look at asset allocation through an empirical lens, by drawing on the work and data of Scott Cederburg and his new article ‘Beyond the Status Quo: A Critical Assessment of Lifecycle Investment Advice'. We unpack what the research tells us about how to establish the optimal mix of assets in a portfolio, the challenges of making the right decisions when you have volatile assets, and why it's critical that you understand your level of risk tolerance. Next, in our Mark to Market segment, we unpack different types of insurance — like life, disability, and critical illness — and when you should own them personally versus making them the property of your corporation. We then review Justin King's new book The Retirement Café Handbook: Nine Accelerators for a Successful Retirement before sitting down with the author himself to discuss the content of his latest work and his long-held interest in helping others optimize for retirement. Tuning in you'll hear Justin share his thoughts on the role of choice, vitality, and joy when it comes to having a successful retirement, the nine accelerators he lays out in his book, and how to become the hero of your retirement story. In our final section, we wrap things up with some wonderful reviews from listeners and our book recommendations. To hear all of the captivating takeaways from today's episode, be sure to tune in! Key Points From This Episode: Breaking down asset allocation through an empirical lens; finding the right mix of assets in a portfolio, common challenges, and measuring risk. (0:02:12) The role of government pensions when considering asset allocation over one's life. (0:09:10) Investigating whether volatility is risk; modeling the lifecycle of an investor and determining if (and when) it makes sense to shift into bonds over time. (0:11:27) Analyzing the data, modelling, and findings from the paper, ‘Beyond the Status Quo: A Critical Assessment of Lifecycle Investment Advice'. (0:14:02) The challenges of behaving well with volatile assets; advice on how to assess your risk tolerance, your ability to endure short-term declines, and more. (0:23:10) Our Mark to Market segment: unpacking different types of insurance and when you should own them personally or inside your corporation. (0:29:50) A quick look back at our conversation with Dr. Anna Lembke on the subject of dopamine. (0:37:58) This week's book review: Justin King's The Retirement Café Handbook: Nine Accelerators for a Successful Retirement. (0:39:33) Our conversation with Justin King on how to retire successfully. (0:41:19) Unpacking the nine accelerators in Justin's book and where they come from. (0:45:44) How to get the most out of The Retirement Café Handbook. (0:55:47) Sharing some of the wonderful reviews we've gotten recently, plus our book recommendations. (0:59:28) Links From Today's Episode: ‘Beyond the Status Quo: A Critical Assessment of Lifecycle Investment Advice' — https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4590406 Episode 224: Prof. Scott Cederburg — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/224 Episode 169: Prof. John Cochrane — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/169 Episode 250: Prof. John Y. Campbell — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/250 Episode 278: Juhani Linnainmaa: Financial Advisors, and the Cross Section of Returns — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/278 Episode 177: Dr. Anna Lembke — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/177 Anna Lembke — https://www.annalembke.com/ Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence — https://www.annalembke.com/dopamine-nation Justin King on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinking-retirement-planner-ifa/ Justin King on X — https://twitter.com/JustinKingCFP The Retirement Café — https://www.theretirementcafe.co.uk/ The Retirement Café Podcast — https://www.theretirementcafe.co.uk/podcast The Retirement Café Handbook: Nine Accelerators for a Successful Retirement — https://www.amazon.co.uk/Retirement-Cafe-Handbook-Accelerators-Successful/dp/1739410300 Notes from Listener PDF — Episode 30: Larry Swedroe — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/tag/Larry+Swedroe Strangers in Paradise: How Families Adapt to Wealth Across Generations — https://www.amazon.com/Strangers-Paradise-Families-Wealth-Generations/dp/0615894356 Wealth 3.0: The Future of Family Wealth Advising — https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-3-0-Future-Family-Advising/dp/B0C9SHFSGM Rational Reminder on iTunes — https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-rational-reminder-podcast/id1426530582. Rational Reminder Website — https://rationalreminder.ca/ Rational Reminder on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/rationalreminder/ Rational Reminder on X — https://twitter.com/RationalRemind Rational Reminder on YouTube — https://www.youtube.com/channel/ Rational Reminder Email — email@example.com Benjamin Felix — https://www.pwlcapital.com/author/benjamin-felix/ Benjamin on X — https://twitter.com/benjaminwfelix Benjamin on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjaminwfelix/ Cameron Passmore — https://www.pwlcapital.com/profile/cameron-passmore/ Cameron on X — https://twitter.com/CameronPassmore Cameron on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameronpassmore/
Caffeine is a drug that tons of us take every day. But is that a bad thing? And if we get it in the form of energy drinks, is that super dangerous? We talk to Dr. Astrid Nehlig, Prof. Gregory Marcus, and Prof. Sachin Shah. Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/ScienceVsCaffeineEnergyDrinks In this episode, we cover: (00:00) Chapter 1: We love/hate caffeine (02:12) Chapter 2: Coffee and our guts (07:12) Chapter 3: Coffee and our brains (12:40) Chapter 4: Coffee and our zzzzzzs (17:42) Chapter 5: Coffee makes us go vroom vroom vroom! (20:30) Chapter 6: Are we caffeine addicts? (28:04) Chapter 7: Are energy drinks dangerous? This episode was produced by Rose Rimler, with help from Wendy Zukerman, as well as Nick DelRose, Joel Werner, and Michelle Dang. We're edited by Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Sarah Baum. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Bobby Lord, Bumi Hidaka, Emma Munger and Peter Leonard. Special thanks to all the researchers we spoke to for this episode – including Dr. Bryan Saunders, Dr. Sergi Ferré, Prof. Andreas Heinz, Prof. Christine Curran, Dr. Erikka Loftfield, Dr. Felix Oberhoffer, Dr. Alan Wayne Jones, and Dr. Vijay Yadav. Extra special thanks to Jason Vytlacil and the Zukerman family. Science Vs is a Spotify Studios Original. Listen for free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. We are everywhere that podcasts are! If you are listening on Spotify, follow us and tap the bell for episode notifications. And if you like us, give a five star review! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode Walter Smolarek and Prof. Richard Wolff discuss the role of corporate profit in rising prices and unaffordability. Professor Richard Wolff is an author & co-founder of the organization Democracy at Work. You can find his work at rdwolff.com. Please make an urgently-needed contribution to The Socialist Program by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/thesocialistprogram. We rely on the generous support of our listeners to keep bringing you consistent, high-quality shows. All Patreon donors of $5 a month or more are invited to join the monthly Q&A seminar with Brian.
This week on The Learning Curve, guest co-hosts Prof. Albert Cheng of the University of Arkansas and Mariam Memarsadeghi, interview Hillsdale College’s assistant provost for K-12 Education, Dr. Kathleen O'Toole. Dr. O’Toole explores Hillsdale’s mission and its impact on K-12 education, delving into classical education, Greco-Roman ideals, Enlightenment principles, and the college's efforts to enhance […]
Economic Update is now back to its regular programming schedule with a new episode released every Monday. We couldn't be happier, more relieved and more excited to get back to creating the show we all have known, needed and loved since 2011 and to celebrate, we're going to release a few batches of "binge-worthy" episodes you will only find on our website and as a Patreon audience member. So stay tuned, make sure you've subscribed to our channel, follow us on social media and of course be sure to sign up on our website: www.democracyatwork.info And as always, we thank for your attention, support and solidarity. The d@w Team ****************************************************************************** [EU S13 E43] American's Self Image VS Reality ****************************************************************************** Updates on the closing of a Florida plant that should be converted to worker co-op, oil company profits VS the social damage they do, how mega-corporations (Walmart, Amazon) are taking over the grocery business and the social purpose and the meaning of the "middle class". In the second half of this week's episode, Prof. Wolff interviews Jared Yates Sexton. The discussion focuses on his latest book, "Midnight Kingdom" and how the U.S. practices social control by spinning stories the public sees and hears. Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff is a DemocracyatWork.info Inc. production. We make it a point to provide the show free of ads and rely on viewer support to continue doing so. You can support our work by joining our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/democracyatwork Or you can go to our website: https://www.democracyatwork.info/donate Every donation counts and helps us provide a larger audience with the information they need to better understand the events around the world they can't get anywhere else. We want to thank our devoted community of supporters who help make this show and others we produce possible each week. We kindly ask you to also support the work we do by encouraging others to subscribe to our YouTube channel and website: www.democracyatwork.info
Karnak, Abydos, foreign wars, and prince Ramesses. In this interview, Prof. Peter Brand joins us once again to explore the life, reign, and legacy of Sety I. We also explore the rise of prince Ramesses (later King Ramesses II), who becomes increasingly prominent in the later years of his father's rule. Links and more info: Peter Brand at Memphis University. National Geographic documentary "Egypt: Quest for Eternity," on YouTube. Peter Brand articles and books on Academia.edu. Peter Brand, The Monuments of Sety I (2000), free pdf version at Academia. Peter Brand, Ramesses II: Egypt's Ultimate Pharaoh (2023) available now via Lockwood Press. Free preview at Academia. Peter Brand (with Rosa Ferleg and William Murnane), The Great Hypostyle Hall in the Temple of Amun at Karnak, volumes II and III (2018) free pdf versions via Chicago University. Volume I (by Harold Hays and William Murnane) also available via Chicago University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices