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Restitutio
473 What Is Earth Science? (Will Barlow)

Restitutio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 49:38


So far we've considered physics and biology in our exploration of scripture and science. Today we begin to consider how earth science and the bible fit together. This becomes particularly significant when considering interpretations for Noah's flood. We'll get to that next time. But, for today, our teacher will lay out the basics of geology and earth science to give us a good overview. He'll also cover radiometric dating, which has a bearing on how scientists determine the age of the earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VzgrLAFXfg&embeds_euri=https%3A%2F%2Flhim.org%2F&feature=emb_imp_woyt See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan?  Read his bio here —— Notes —— Geology, Earth Science, and Atmospheric Science • Geology• Important cycles• Plate tectonics Geology • Types of rocks/rock cycle• Geological principles• Dating methods• Structure of the Earth What is Geology? Geology is the study of the Earth and the processes related to the Earth. • Geologists study rocks (and the rock cycle)• Subfields include atmospheric studies (meteorology), volcanology (studying volcanos), and mineralogy (study of minerals) Types of Rocks There are three major categories of rocks: • Sedimentary - formed by pressure acting on sediment• Igneous - formed by lava• Metamorphic - formed by extreme pressure and heat The Rock Cycle Since wind and water are constantly affecting change, there is a rock cycle. Geological Principles There are several main principles of geology: • Superposition• Cross-cutting relationships• Uniformitarianism Dating Methods There are major types of dating: • Absolute dating• Relative dating Absolute Dating Absolute dating is based on radioactive decay. What is radioactive decay? • Some forms of certain elements are (by nature) unstable• Over time, these elements change on the atomic level (sometimes losing protons and neutrons; sometimes exchanging protons and neutrons, etc.) Carbon Dating Carbon dating uses the decay of Carbon - 14 • Carbon - 12 has 6 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 13 has 7 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 14 has 8 neutrons and 6 protons What happens when Carbon - 14 decays? • Carbon - 14 exchanges a neutron for a proton• This changes the element from carbon to nitrogen• The reaction also produces an electron and an antineutrino So, how does this tell us anything about dating? • Radioactive decay is a process that is well understood• The half-life for carbon - 14 is ~5,700 years• This means, that it takes 5,700 years for the amount of carbon -14 in a sample to cut in half Is carbon dating exact? • No - it's a statistical process• However, there is a range of probable dates given Relative Dating What is relative dating? • Relative dating uses the geological principles of superposition and cross-cutting relationships to provide estimates on how old certain features are• Example: dating a rock layer based on the age of another layer (dated using radiometric dating) Structure of the Earth How do scientists know about the structure of the Earth? • Scientists understand what waves do when they hit various materials (ex: ultrasound imaging)• Seismological data from earthquakes has given us insight into the structure of the Earth The Water Cycle The water cycle is the process by which water goes through the phases of liquid, gas, and solid. • The water cycle helps moderate temperatures on Earth• The water cycle also supports life through crops and drinking water Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles Carbon and nitrogen also experience cycles of solid, liquid, and gas. • The carbon cycle is important for the support of life.• Disruption of the carbon cycle is one of the biggest fears of those promoting climate change. Plate Tectonics History of plate tectonics • Ancients did not believe in tectonic separation• In 1620, Sir Francis Bacon noted that Africa and South America looked like they could have fit together• Similar animal fossils and other pieces of evidence started getting scientists' attention• In 1925, Alfred Wegener formally proposed plate tectonic theory and was ridiculed.• In 1930, Wegener died while on expedition in Greenland, trying to find evidence for his theory.• In the late 1960s, almost overnight, the theory of plate tectonics reached scientific mainstream. Evidence for plate tectonics: • Paleomagnetic data• Similar rock outcroppings• Fossil evidence• Spreading of the sea floor• Direct evidence - we can observe the movement! Challenges to plate tectonics: • Where is the energy coming from?• Why are the continental plates moving like they are? “Even today, many questions pertaining to plate tectonics remain unanswered. Many exceptions to rigid rules have been found throughout the world. Although classical plate tectonic theory works well for oceanic crust, it has a difficult time explaining the motion of the continents”— Jon Erickson, Plate Tectonics, page 259. Challenges for Geology There are several concerns with geology as a science: • The principle of uniformitarianism is impossible to prove and so it's an assumption• Relative dating techniques can use circular logic at times

Inside Exercise
Herman's theory that exercise doesn't affect body weight with Dr Herman Pontzer

Inside Exercise

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 72:50


Dr Glenn McConell chats with Professor Herman Pontzer who is a Human Evolutionary anthropologist from Duke University. Herman has undertaken research with current day hunter gather communities and shown that although they are a lot more physically active than western societies, their average energy expenditures are not higher!! Constrained energy model (energy compensation): that when exercise the body constrains other energy use so less change in energy expenditure than would expect. Based on this he has the theory that exercise doesn't affect energy expenditure/body weight. Glenn challenged these ideas and was a devils advocate throughout this discussion. 0:00. Introduction 1:47. Herman was surprised Hadza hunter gathers don't have high energy expenditures 7:39. Others had found dissociations between PA and energy expenditure 8:34. So I ride 1hr/day and walk 10,000 steps but don't expend more energy?! 9:43. Constrained energy model 11:20. Minnesota starvation experiment 14:30. Starvation vs extreme exercise 16:30. Midwest exercise 2 study 17:05. Constrained energy model takes time 18:51. Some people can push past the constrained energy model 21:20. Within subjects vs cross sectional effects re Constrained energy model 23:58. He found higher body fat compensate more with exercise 26:12. Optimal BMI for all cause mortality increasing 28:00. BMR, energy expenditure and the Constrained energy model 32:39. Double labeled water method 35:19. RER and double labeled water method 37:50. Measuring food intake in Hunter gathers 40:02. Given his model, shouldn't athletes that eat a lot put on weight? 42:29. Amount can exercise where overcome Constrained energy model 44:44. Lack of weight loss in exercise studies 49:04. Agree that there must be some energy compensation with exercise 51:12. Relative energy deficiency in sport vs energy compensation 53:40. Exercise and resting metabolic rate 56:09. Cooking potatoes doubles the energy density?! 57:38. He thinks diet determines body weight 1:00:17. Hunger/satiety 1:01:38. Losing weight with exercise and hunger hormones 1:03:21. Genetics x environment re obesity crisis 1:05:58. Hadza don't mix CHO and fat foods 1:07:52. Components that may play a role in the constrained energy model 1:12:41. Outro (9 seconds) Inside Exercise brings to you the who's who of exercise metabolism, exercise physiology and exercise's effects on health. With scientific rigor, these researchers discuss popular exercise topics while providing practical strategies for all. The interviewer, Emeritus Professor Glenn McConell, has an international research profile following 30 years of Exercise Metabolism research experience while at The University of Melbourne, Ball State University, Monash University, the University of Copenhagen and Victoria University. He has published over 120 peer reviewed journal articles and recently edited an Exercise Metabolism eBook written by world experts on 17 different topics (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-94305-9). Connect with Inside Exercise and Glenn McConell at: Twitter: @Inside_exercise and @GlennMcConell1 Instagram: insideexercise Facebook: Glenn McConell LinkedIn: Glenn McConell https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-mcconell-83475460 ResearchGate: Glenn McConell Email: glenn.mcconell@gmail.com Subscribe to Inside exercise: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts YouTube Anchor Podcast addict Chromecast etc

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Chris Christie's Alleged Relative Tells Officers a Whale of a Tale - 12.06.22 - Howie Carr Show Hour 4

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 39:33


Apparently, prices are down! Great for holiday shopping, getting gas, all the things! Howie and his listeners know Biden's recent words are B.S. Then, Howie updates us on Chris Christie's niece who displayed "unusual strength" and was "foaming at the mouth" when she shouted "Do you know whose niece I am?!" to officers on an airplane.

The Astukari Podcast
On Relative Morality

The Astukari Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 6:24


So this is not the sort of topic I dive into often. Perhaps some of my blog posts wax on the philosophical, but I try to stay away from the large abstractions that philosophy can create. So, why am I choosing now to talk about relative morality? Original blog post: https://jacob-robinson.com/2020/09/14/on-relative-morality/ Check out the blog: https://jacob-robinson.com/blog/ Subscribe to the newsletter: https://astukari.substack.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/astukari Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/astukari/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/astukari/support

Norse Mythology: The Unofficial Guide
Episode 22 - Crime and Envy Part II: Loki Yees His Last Haw

Norse Mythology: The Unofficial Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 31:39


Previously, Loki took it upon himself to orchestrate the murder of the gods' golden boy, Baldr. In this episode, Loki's actions finally come back to haunt him as the gods exact their revenge. We'll discuss how this story differs between accounts in the two Eddas, and even dig in to a lesser-known part of the story preserved mainly in Gesta Danorum. And with this story out of the way, the stage has finally been fully set for Ragnarök. Sources: “Dictionary of Northern Mythology” by Rudolf Simek, 2007 “Relative sá and the dating of Eddic and skaldic poetry” by Christopher D. Sapp, 2019 “Studier over de nordiske gude- og heltesagns oprindelse” by Sophus Bugge, 1881 “Gesta Danorum” transl. by Karsten Friis-Jensen and Peter Fisher, 2015 “The Poetic Edda”, transl. by Carolyne Larrington, 2014 “The Prose Edda”, transl. by Anthony Faulkes, 1995 Contact: Write in: waelhraefn (at) gmail (dot) com Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/Nvw5hmkRsW Music: Celebration by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

It is Discernable®
Luke Donnellan MP - Labor Minister in the Daniel Andrews Government

It is Discernable®

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 83:33


For 20 years, Luke Donnellan was the Victorian Labor MP for the outer suburban electorate of Narre Warren. He served as the Minister for Roads and Road Safety and Minister for Ports (2014-2018) and then as the Minister for Child Protection and the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers (2018-2021). Before the Nov 2022 state election, the Labor Party denied Luke preselection for his seat, and was thus pushed out of parliament altogether. Luke joined Discernable for an open conversation about the lives of everyday Victorians. What do they care about? Why do they keep electing Labor governments? We also delved into the ethics of protests, social justice, and the corruption tendencies of long term governments. As the Minister for the most vulnerable cohort of Victorians during Covid-19 (the elderly), we also explored his thinking on vaccine mandates, segregation and community safety. Watch the full interview at: https://discernable.io/luke-donnellan-mp-labor-minister-in-the-daniel-andrews-government We discussed: The grass roots instincts of Daniel Andrews Door knocking your electorate Pandering to minorities in the electorate Labor/Liberal comes in cycles Where the Liberal Party went wrong Door knocking is the key to success The future for both political parties: the outer suburbs Why the north and west of Melbourne have underdeveloped infrastructure Who Victorians voted for - the rise of minor parties The baseball bats for Daniel Andrews never came Everyday Australians don't care about corruption The dismissal of Casey Council which is still in caretaker mode Regulatory capture and systemic 'grey corruption' in Victoria Stale governments become corrupt governments Renewal inside the Labor Party of Victoria Factional wars: Labor Socialist Left vs Labor Right Liberals are stuck in the Baby Boomer generation Australians have moved left The Victorian Socialists' weird success in the election Greens taking over country electorate of Polwarth Labor Party surprised at the election result The internal mood toward Daniel Andrews How Luke was pushed out of parliament Driven by Social Justice Rugby as early intervention against crime Pacific Islanders: God and Rugby Child Protection: Foster Care, Kinship Care and interventions A billion dollars for wire rope barriers on highways Irrational objections from the Country Fire Authority In politics you write your own rules The Victoria crackdown on protests Chinese protests vs Melbourne protests Relative ethics: what the people want they get Are lockdowns morally good or bad? Are mandates morally good or bad? Daniel Andrews' victory speech double speak The impending economic recession Why the left wing won't do longform media Labor Party communications discipline -------------------- The Video Archive: https://discernable.io Get our Christmas box! https://teamhuman.au/products/the-discernable-usb Grab some of our awesome TeamHuman merch at: https://teamhuman.au Join our Private Community: https://discernable.locals.com Purchase tickets (and replays) to our Town Halls: https://discernable.io/townhall

Viced Rhino: The Podcast
Conveniently Relative Morality: Slavery Edition!

Viced Rhino: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 45:00


Today, we learn that apparently slavery wasn't all that bad. At least, not when you cherry pick the rules about slavery to show it in its most flattering light, and also ignore how these rules would actually have been implemented.Sources:The Law Of Slavery In The State Of Louisiana – 1847: https://tinyurl.com/2r39x5nbSlave Laws of Georgia 1755-1860: https://tinyurl.com/2qvxworqSlavery in ancient Rome: https://tinyurl.com/7xy2yg5Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: https://tinyurl.com/2fdv33u7My quest to find the word ‘homosexual' in the Bible: https://tinyurl.com/y5a4cvasOriginal Video: https://tinyurl.com/2qog6djuCards:Where Do Atheists Get Their Morals?

The Teachable Heart
Your Truth

The Teachable Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 3:23


Relative truth is not only out there, it's prevalent among the next generation.

Game Investing
#182 Relative Scarcity

Game Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 32:59


In my strong opinion, rarity is generally over-rated by collectors, while scarcity is often overlooked (popular games) by many, and sits at the bedrock of this podcast's foundation. So it was a breath of fresh air to receive the following suggestion from a new Patron, "I have noticed just because something is rare it doesn't mean it is valuable if there is no to little demand or notoriety. I enjoy your video game commentary since it is something slowly i want to involved in. There is my mind dump lol. All the best!" This episode is dedicated as a thank you to lincoln_squared_ on IG and if you'd like to make a suggestion, or support my flipping life, join me at https://www.patreon.com/powercollectors This podcast was recorded under Freedom of Speech in Las Vegas, without any editing, raw and uncut, two straight segments, the 1st via iPhone 11 and 2nd via my wife's laptop. Sources: SOLD ON NOV 17, 2022 FOR: $52,800.00+ Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - Wata 9.8 A++ Sealed by Heritage Auctions List of best-selling Xbox 360 video games From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia CGC Video Games Reference Guide --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powercollectors/support

Doc's Dumb Dumb of the Day
She Burned His House Down After Another Woman, Who Turned Out To Be A Relative, Answered His Phone

Doc's Dumb Dumb of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 1:52


When 23-year-old Senaida Soto FaceTimed her boyfriend over Thanksgiving, she may have overreacted when a woman she didn't know answered his phone. Senaida didn't know here because she hadn't met that particular family member yet. She burned her boyfriend's house down. She's been arrested. They broke up. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

We Do Science: The Guru Performance Podcast
"Hormones, Health and Human Potential" with Dr Nicky Keay

We Do Science: The Guru Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 64:10 Transcription Available


Episode 183 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Hormones, Health and Human Potential" with Dr Nicky Keay MB BChir MRCP  (Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Division of Medicine, University College London, UK).Discussion Topics Include:How hormones play a crucial role in determining healthHow hormone networks provide the feedback mechanism by which our lifestyle and behaviours enable us to reach our personal (and athletic) potential.Lifestyle factors and their influence on health through hormone networksHarnessing hormones as preventative and supportive medicineAthlete performance mediated by hormonesImbalances in behaviours causing hormone dysregulation Key Paper(s) Discussed / Referred to:Hormones, Health and Human Potential (book)Related Podcast Episodes:#148: "Relative energy deficiency: Research to practice"with Dr Nicky KeayCheck out our other podcasts, publications, events, and professional education programs for current and aspiring sports nutritionists at www.TheIOPN.com and follow our social media outputs via @TheIOPN

KNX All Local
Relative of cat-fishing murder victims speaks out--More protests at LA City Hall--Pump prices continue to fall

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 5:49


Women Who Walk
Female Agency: Danish-Egyptian, Yasmin Abdel-Hak, in Conversation with Host, Australian, Louise Ross [Ep 38]

Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 40:32 Transcription Available


In this last episode of Season 2 and 2022, my guest from Episode 9, Danish-Egyptian, Yasmin Abdel-Hak, starts by interviewing me, Australian, Louise Ross, the host of Women Who Walk podcast. Halfway through the episode, we switch, and I interview Yasmin. Ahead of time, we decided that the focus of our conversation would be female agency in our lives and work. I chose this as the topic because it's the red thread connecting the stories shared in this podcast. In other words, to some degree all the women I've interviewed exercise agency in their lives. Relative to our discussion, agency is a woman's ability to make her own decisions and live her life on her terms.

The Wes Carroll Morning Show
Courage During Your Country's Anthem Is Relative

The Wes Carroll Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:12


Iran has been eliminated from the World Cup by the US but some of their players opted to not sing the country's anthem out of protest in spite of threats against their families.

Boards & Swords Super Feed
Ork-tober, Hasbro Getting Greedy, More DALL-E Board Game Covers - Boards & Swords #206

Boards & Swords Super Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


You got your transformers in my magic! Hasbro is getting too greedy? Say it isn't so! Plus, we take the DALL-E 2 AI image generator for a spin again, trying to remake board game covers. And there's lots of news and games to catch up on from the past month, like ExtraLife, Ork-tober, and prepping for TANKS-GIVING!

Illogical Contraption: Nights After Dark
Episode 194 - How To Stare At A Skull In Relative Peace

Illogical Contraption: Nights After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 58:43


Live From Car / Is Cruising A Thanksgiving Movie? / Travels With Girlfriends / Sixteen Fully Sexed Baboons / Cemetery Practice / The Foucault Pendulum / Sometimes I Feel / The World Is In Our Heads / Pirates of the Caribbean With Real Skulls / A Handshake And A Sandwich / Eighteenth Century Verotika / Danzig Dot Com The Museum / Disreality Leaking Out / Amsterdam Architecture / Illicit Weed Culture / For Those With Eyes To See / The Problem 

Relatively Dark
Episode 29: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist

Relatively Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 48:16


When Isabella Stewart Gardner passed away in 1924, she left her amazing collection of artwork "for the education and enjoyment of the public forever." However, on an unassuming night in March of 1990, an astonishing number of these precious pieces went missing. Possibly forever. With suspects from previous art thieves to local mobsters, the FBI, along with many others around the world, were left confounded. Who were the culprits, and what happened to the beautiful, irreplaceable masterpieces? Contact information for the Gardner Museum: Anthony Amore Director of Security 617-278-5114 reward@gardnermuseum.org Become a "Relative" by subscribing to our Patreon for a bonus episode each month, episode shout-out, and the occasional "relatively dark" surprise! Relatively Dark is creating a True Crime Podcast | Patreon Be sure to follow us on Instagram to see pictures from this episode! https://www.instagram.com/relatively_dark/ Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/708664017144149 Please send all personal stories, thoughts/theories, and case suggestions to relativelydarkpodcast@gmail.com! Episode Sources: https://www.gardnermuseum.org/about/theft https://www.gardnermuseum.org/about/theft-story https://www.gardnermuseum.org/about/isabella-stewart-gardner https://www.gardnermuseum.org/sites/default/files/uploads/files/TheftAudioWalkTranscript_FINAL_20200301.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWekF9aAhNg https://open.spotify.com/episode/0dkPsdBQqduZ4bMJadkgr6 https://open.spotify.com/episode/3UK9KE8psjwu2r6qhJIcLl http://archive.boston.com/news/specials/gardner_heist/heist/

MDUMC
Relative Grace: The Family of Jesus | Rev. Woods

MDUMC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 23:27


MDUMC
Relative Grace: The Family of Jesus - Abraham | Rev. Veres-Schrecengost

MDUMC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 30:19


Greetings From Allentown
GFA Live #124: WWF Superstars 10-01-1988 (DiBiase buys a slave)

Greetings From Allentown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 132:37


On this edition of GFA Live, Peter and Keithie talk about WWF Superstars from October 1, 1988! (and some other stuff, of course!) Topics of discussion include: * Honky Tonk Man's career arc post-IC title run * The life and times of Hercules as we wonder what is running through his mind standing next to Bobby Heenan * The difficulty in turning Hercules face * Relative nipple sizes of men * Sensational Sherri returns and she's ready to go...with Greg Valentine of all people * Manager of the Arena watch * The overzealous merch guy strikes again Lineup: - Honky Tonk Man vs. Bob Emory - Whatever Happened There Update: Summerslam '88 highlights - Koko B. Ware vs. Phil Newkirk - Big Bossman vs. David Stoudimiere - Event Center Promos: The Rockers, Bad News Brown - WWF Women's champion Sensational Sherri introduced to the crowd - Greg Valentine vs. Reno Riggins - Event Center Promos: Junk Yard Dog, Demolition - British Bulldogs vs. John Ziegler & Trent Knight - Platform Interview: Mean Gene w/Ted DiBiase, Virgil, Bobby Heenan and Hercules - Brutus Beefcake vs. George South - Vignette: Mr. Perfect plays pool - Akeem vs. Allen Kinsey - Event Center Promos: Rougeau Brothers with Jimmy Hart, Randy Savage with Elizabeth Email: Greetingsfromallentown@gmail.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/GFAllentownPod

Dukes & Bell
Who is THAT relative during the holidays?

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:18


(Hour 5 11-22-22) Dukes & Bell hit THE TOP 3 AT 6, discuss a wild college football rumor mill and ask who is the annoying relative during the holidays?

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
“Thus humanity is male and man defines woman not in herself but as relative to him; she is not regarded as an autonomous being.” (16)

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 0:58


The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.21.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 62:12


Videos: How Technology Is Negatively Affecting You (12:00) Stunning AI shows how it would kill 90%. w Elon Musk. (15:58) What's Coming Is WORSE Than A Recession” – Chamath Palihapitiya (15:03) Heather Mac Donald On How The Delusion of Diversity Destroys Our Common Humanity(11:02) Potatoes can be part of a healthy diet Louisiana State University, November 18, 2022 When we think of healthy vegetables, we don't think of potatoes, but we should. Potatoes have developed a reputation for causing weight gain and an increased risk for type 2 diabetes, and often find themselves on a list of foods to avoid, especially for individuals with insulin resistance. However, a new study from Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University, published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, says that potatoes actually did not increase that risk, are filled with key nutrients, and packed with health benefits. Candida Rebello, PhD, an assistant professor at Pennington Biomedical, said, “We demonstrated that contrary to common belief, potatoes do not negatively impact blood glucose levels. In fact, the individuals who participated in our study lost weight.” “People tend to eat the same weight of food regardless of calorie content in order to feel full,” Rebello explained. “By eating foods with a heavier weight that are low in calories, you can easily reduce the number of calories you consume. The key aspect of our study is that we did not reduce the portion size of meals but lowered their caloric content by including potatoes. Each participant's meal was tailored to their personalized caloric needs, yet by replacing some meat content with potato, participants found themselves fuller, quicker, and often did not even finish their meal. In effect, you can lose weight with little effort.” The study involved 36 participants between the ages of 18 and 60 who were overweight, had obesity, or insulin resistance. Insulin resistance refers to a health condition in which the body's cells do not respond well to insulin and glucose does not enter into the cells to make energy. Insulin resistance is linked to obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes Participants were fed precisely-controlled diets of widely available common foods including either beans, peas, and meat or fish, or white potatoes with meat or fish. Both diets were high in fruit and vegetable content and substituted an estimated 40% of typical meat consumption with either beans and peas or potatoes. Previous studies have shown that eating beans and peas improves blood glucose levels in individuals with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes. To increase the dietary fiber component of the potatoes, they were boiled with the skin intact and then refrigerated between 12 and 24 hours. Potatoes were incorporated into the main lunch and dinner entrées, and served together with sides such as mashed potatoes, oven-roasted potato wedges, potato salad, and scalloped potatoes with lunch and dinner entrees. “We prepared the potatoes in a way that would maximize their fiber content. When we compared a diet with potatoes to a diet with beans and peas, we found them to be equal in terms of health benefits,” Rebello said. “People typically do not stick with a diet they don't like or isn't varied enough. The meal plans provided a variety of dishes, and we showed that a healthy eating plan can have varied options for individuals striving to eat healthy. In addition, potatoes are a fairly inexpensive vegetable to incorporate into a diet.” (NEXT) Celery Seed Extract Lowers High Blood Pressure in Human Study University of Chicago Medical Center, November 8, 2022 Drugs to lower blood pressure are among the most commonly prescribed medicines in the U.S. More than 678 million blood pressure prescriptions were filled in 2010. All of the current classes of blood pressure lowering drugs possess significant side effects.A recent study with a special extract of celery seed extract indicates that it may produce clinical results without producing the side effects that plague current drug treatment. Celery seed extract contains an important compound known as 3-n-butylphthalide, or 3nB for short, that is also responsible for the characteristic flavor and odor of celery. 3nB was discovered as the active component of celery in response to investigations by researchers seeking to explain some of the medicinal effects of celery, including the lowering of blood pressure and the relief of arthritis. 3nB first drew significant scientific attention when researchers identified it as the factor in celery responsible for the blood pressure lowering effect of celery. The research was prompted by one of the researcher's father, who after eating a quarter-pound of celery every day for one week observed his blood pressure dropped from 158 over 96 to a normal reading of 118 over 82. A recent human study evaluated the efficacy of a standardized extract of celery seed supplying 85 percent 3nB in 30 patients with mild to moderate hypertension. The dosage was 150 mg per day. The results showed a statistically significant decrease in both systolic (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) compared to baseline measurements. The change at week six for the SBP was 8.2 mmHg and for the DBP was 8.5 mmHG. No side effects were reported. These results indicate that celery seed extract may produce the greatest blood pressure-lowering effects in natural products available on health food store shelves. A major advantage of celery extract over conventional drugs used in high blood pressure is that drugs like beta-blockers, angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, and calcium channel blockers tend to significantly lower the blood flow to the brain While this effect is helpful in reducing the likelihood of stroke, it often leaves patients taking these drugs feeling tired, depressed, dizzy, and forgetful. Celery extract on the other hand has actually been shown to not only help prevent stroke in animal studies, but also improve blood flow as well and act to protect the brain and enhance energy production with the brain. (NEXT) Exercise during pregnancy gives newborn brain development a head start University of Montreal, November 10, 2022 As little as 20 minutes of moderate exercise three times per week during pregnancy enhances the newborn child's brain development, according to researchers at the University of Montreal and its affiliated CHU Sainte-Justine children's hospital. This head-start could have an impact on the child's entire life. “Our research indicates that exercise during pregnancy enhances the newborn child's brain development,” explained Professor Dave Ellemberg, who led the study. “While animal studies have shown similar results, this is the first randomized controlled trial in humans to objectively measure the impact of exercise during pregnancy directly on the newborn's brain.We hope these results will guide public health interventions and research on brain plasticity. Most of all, we are optimistic that this will encourage women to change their health habits, given that the simple act of exercising during pregnancy could make a difference for their child's future.” Not so long ago, obstetricians would tell women to take it easy and rest during their pregnancy. Recently, the tides have turned and it is now commonly accepted that inactivity is actually a health concern. “While being sedentary increases the risks of suffering complications during pregnancy, being active can ease post-partum recovery, make pregnancy more comfortable and reduce the risk of obesity in the children,” Curier explained. “Given that exercise has been demonstrated to be beneficial for the adult's brain, we hypothesized that it could also be beneficial for the unborn child through the mother's actions.” To verify this, starting at the beginning of their second trimester, women were randomly assigned to an exercise group or a sedentary group. Women in the exercise group had to perform at least 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercise three times per week at a moderate intensity, which should lead to at least a slight shortness of breath. Women in the sedentary group did not exercise. The brain activity of the newborns was assessed between the ages of 8 to 12 days, by means of electroencephalography, which enables the recording of the electrical activity of the brain. “We used 124 soft electrodes placed on the infant's head and waited for the child to fall asleep on his or her mother's lap. We then measured auditory memory by means of the brain's unconscious response to repeated and novel sounds,” Labonté-LeMoyne said. “Our results show that the babies born from the mothers who were physically active have a more mature cerebral activation, suggesting that their brains developed more rapidly.” (NEXT) Keeping indoor humidity levels at a ‘sweet spot' may reduce the spread of COVID-19 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November 14, 2022 We know proper indoor ventilation is key to reducing the spread of COVID-19. Now, a study by MIT researchers finds that indoor relative humidity may also influence transmission of the virus. Relative humidity is the amount of moisture in the air compared to the total moisture the air can hold at a given temperature before saturating and forming condensation. In a study appearing in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, the MIT team reports that maintaining an indoor relative humidity between 40 and 60% is associated with relatively lower rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths, while indoor conditions outside this range are associated with worse COVID-19 outcomes. To put this into perspective, most people are comfortable between 30 and 50% relative humidity, and an airplane cabin is at around 20% relative humidity. The findings are based on the team's analysis of COVID-19 data combined with meteorological measurements from 121 countries, from January 2020 through August 2020. Their study suggests a strong connection between regional outbreaks and indoor relative humidity. In general, the researchers found that whenever a region experienced a rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths prevaccination, the estimated indoor relative humidity in that region, on average, was either lower than 40% or higher than 60% regardless of season. Nearly all regions in the study experienced fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths during periods when estimated indoor relative humidity was within a “sweet spot” between 40 and 60%. “There's potentially a protective effect of this intermediate indoor relative humidity,” suggests lead author Connor Verheyen, a Ph.D. student in medical engineering and medical physics in the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology. “However, we find that maintaining an indoor relative humidity in that sweet spot—of 40 to 60%—is associated with reduced COVID-19 cases and deaths.”In all, they focused on 121 countries where COVID-19 outbreaks occurred. For each country, they also tracked the local COVID-19 related policies, such as isolation, quarantine, and testing measures, and their statistical association with COVID-19 outcomes. In warmer times, both outdoor and indoor relative humidity for each country was about the same, but they quickly diverged in colder times. While outdoor humidity remained around 50% throughout the year, indoor relative humidity for countries in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres dropped below 40% in their respective colder periods, when COVID-19 cases and deaths also spiked in these regions. (NEXT) Why Are Kids So Great at Learning? GABA Brown University, November 16, 2022 GABA is the abbreviation for the neurotransmitter γ-aminobutyric acid. In the study, published in the journal Current Biology, researchers explain GABA's crucial role in helping children process new information and prepare their brains to learn and store even more. “What we found is a rapid increase in GABA in children, associated with learning,” says lead study author Takeo Watanabe, a professor of cognitive and linguistic sciences at Brown University. The neurotransmitter GABA plays an important role in helping the brain consolidate new info, Watanabe says. It “stabilizes” the network so that subsequent learning doesn't override what was already there and defends knowledge against retrograde interference. Yet this kind of GABA inhibitory processing is not fully matured in children, he says. Kids have lower levels of GABA—it's why they have less inhibitory abilities and weaker impulse control than adults. So if GABA is necessary to set the brain up to learn consecutive items, and children have less GABA than adults, then how are children able to, as Watanabe puts it, “learn and learn and learn and learn?” Using an advanced imaging technique called functional MRS, they measured the concentration of GABA in early visual cortical areas before, during and after learning sessions. They then compared the concentrations between children (ages 8 to 11) and adults (ages 18 to 35). They found that before learning begins, the overall amount of GABA in children is indeed smaller than in adults, Watanabe says. However, the researchers found that children exhibited a rapid boost in GABA concentration in the second round of learning, while the concentration of GABA in adults did not change.The results of the experiments suggest that compared with adults, children exhibit more dynamic GABA-associated inhibitory processing, which more rapidly adapts to stabilize learning than in adults, the researchers conclude. (NEXT) Being comfortable with aging can benefit sex life University of Missouri, November 17, 2022 Researchers have long known that having a positive outlook can benefit a person's health.Now, a new study by the University of Missouri has found older adults who feel positively about aging have a healthier sex life—a finding that didn't surprise the researcher, who's been studying the benefits of the positive perceptions of aging.”We know positive perceptions of aging can be really beneficial, but when they are negative, they can be really detrimental. Negative perceptions of aging are linked to higher likelihood of cognitive decline, higher likelihood of cardiovascular disease and even shorter lifespans. We wanted to see how it would affect people's sexual relationships. As expected, thinking positively about the way you age can also lead to a healthy sex life.” “We found this relationship to be strong with both men and women,” Skoblow said. “With data from more than 1,100 couples, we were able to find that participants with a more positive perception of aging also had sex more frequently as well as increased satisfaction.” “It's possible that if people expect a steep physical decline as an inevitable part of aging, they could have anticipatory inhibitions. They stop enjoying themselves in the moment and could have less satisfying sexual encounters,” Skoblow said. “We also know that western cultures often have many youthful beauty ideals, so maybe people with more positive perceptions of aging don't buy into them as much, leading to a more satisfying sex life as their body begins to change.”

Quantum Leap Radio
Relevance Is Relative (Leap 318)

Quantum Leap Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 119:48


The tears can subside as the QUANTUM LEAP crew return. The Grammy's are recognizing a fellowship that is long overdue. Some Bay area rappers have a problem with something. Who knew that one of the greatest M.C.'s of all time was not cared about while Saturday Night Live was one of the blackest it's ever been, and a huge Rest In Beats and celebration for Tame One and Hurricane G. New music from Marlowe (L'Orange & Solemn Brigham), Nas, NYM Lo and more... Click play and take the leap!!!Follow us NOW on Spotify, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, and more...!!You like what hear..? PROVIDE a donation on @kpft.org (DONATE button)QUANTUM LEAP RADIO broadcasting and streaming live from #HUEston T.X.Every Saturday from 4-6p.m. CST (KPFT 90.1FM Houston in HD2) & Thursday 3-5a.m. CST (on the F.M. dial)Worldwide@kpft.org/listenortunein app

Five four two and the Blue
8-26. A relative Murder

Five four two and the Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 34:42


8-26. A relative Murder https://anchor.fm/felonfile/episodes/8-26--A-relative-Murder-e1pn9h6 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/felonfile/message

Relatively Dark
Episode 28: Ten Days from Death - The Alex Skeel Story

Relatively Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 38:36


**TRIGGER WARNING** This episode discusses abusive acts and domestic violence. If you are sensitive to this content, feel free to skip this episode. Males make up 26% of domestic violence victims. Alex Skeel, unfortunately, is part of that 26%. What started as a pretty typical teenage romance turned into one family's worst nightmare as they watched their loved one fall victim to domestic violence. Thankfully, Alex survived to tell his story and, hopefully, give others the strength to do the same. Domestic Violence Resources: Male Victims of Domestic Abuse – Please call 01823 334244 to speak to us confidentially - (mankind.org.uk) Domestic Violence Support | The National Domestic Violence Hotline (thehotline.org) The Nation's Leading Grassroots Voice on Domestic Violence (ncadv.org) Become a "Relative" by subscribing to our Patreon for a bonus episode each month, episode shout-out, and the occasional "relatively dark" surprise! Relatively Dark is creating a True Crime Podcast | Patreon Be sure to follow us on Instagram to see pictures from this episode! https://www.instagram.com/relatively_dark/ Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/708664017144149 Please send all personal stories, thoughts/theories, and case suggestions to relativelydarkpodcast@gmail.com! Episode Sources: Abused By My Girlfriend BBC Documentary - YouTube Alex Skeel: Domestic abuse survivor was 'days from death' - BBC News Appeal launched for longer sentence for '˜girlfriend from hell' | Bedford Today Domestic abuse victim who was days from death speaks out to help others | Bedford Today *Due to character limitations, all resources for this episode cannot be listed here. For a full list, please visit our Facebook group.

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,425 - Chicago biker gang violence escalating after years of relative peace

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 13:48


Violent tension between biker gangs in Chicago, Illinois, is reportedly escalating following years of relative peace.Chicago's infamous Outlaws Motorcycle Club is warring against the Mongol Nation Motorcycle Club, a rival group that has reportedly been crowding in on the Outlaws' turf in the city, according to bikers and police sources who spoke to the Chicago Sun-Times.Multiple shootings between the gangs have recently taken place in the city, according to Chicago police reports.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World
A JetBlue Jackoff, DJ Takes A Dump In His Pants--LIVE, & Cuttlefish Sex Toys

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 97:02


One TV reporter got a free show on his flight on JetBlue. One radio DJ couldn't keep his "crap" together when he cracked up on the air. GWAR fans have some intimate ways to experience the intergalactic barbarians using cuttlefish. You can get intimate with some serious stupidity this week... Man Arrested for DUI Was on Meth & Driving with Screech Owl; TSA Finds Gun Stuffed in a Raw Baking Hen; ‘Irate' FL man intentionally hits man with his Porsche after argument; Is It Okay for a 5-y/o to Have His Birthday at Hooters? / Signs You Picked a Bad Place to Have Your 5-y/o's Birthday Party; Computer problems rampant at work? Average person battles 18 office tech issues each week; A Guy Programs His Electronic Drums with "Beavis & Butt-Head" Noises; FL 10-y/o Could Be Charged Over A Hug With School Counselor; An 18-foot python ate an alligator — whole — in Florida; Principal Suspended Over Student's Nazi Costume During Halloween Costume Contest; AZ Couple Lose Teaching Jobs After Middle Schoolers Find Their Explicit OnlyFans Account; A Guy Hugs His Friend Outside a Bar, & Didn't Realize He Was Showing People His Cool Knife; A "Temporary Vasectomy" Involves Injecting Gel Directly into Men's Junk; Feeling Lonely? Man-Sized Emotional Support Teddy Bears Now Exist; 1 in 3 People Fake-Smile to Pretend to Like a Relative's Cooking. Play along with "Pancho" this week & see if you can do better then he can at guessing in the "Insane Game Show" & find the answers to life's biggest questions when you here his profound wisdom as he answers more questions from those who want to "ASK PANCHO" for some advice! "Pancho" addresses the burning questions about “Help! Is It Wrong To Want To Convince A Friend To Drink Again" & “Help! I'm Hosting Thanksgiving & it's Getting out of Hand!" Don't forget to download the TELEGRAM MESSENGER & join the "Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World" Channel to read the actual stories used for the podcast & check out the photos & videos with them! It's FREE & available for Windows, Linux, Android, & Apple for both mobile & desktop! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/support

Everyday Truth with Kurt Skelly
Friday, November 18 | Time Is Relative (2 Peter 3:4-8)

Everyday Truth with Kurt Skelly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 14:51


2 Peter 3:4-8

The Dave Ramsey Show
My Relative Keeps Asking Me for Money… What Should I Do? (Hour 2)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 45:16


Ken Coleman & George Kamel discuss: What to do when relatives ask for money, How to be saving for a house, What to do after paying off your house, 10 in 10 - Ken and George answer 10 questions in 10 minutes from Instagram: Saving up for college, Standing out as a freelancer, What crypto to invest in, Career advice for those retiring from the military, Where to start with budgeting, Tips for getting a raise at the annual review, Is the HSA part of the 15%? Starting a second career after retiring, Advice for newlyweds, Pumpkin pie vs. pecan pie, The relevancy of LinkedIn, What's a good emergency fund amount? Staying at a job you hate. Where to tithe if not plugged into a church. Support Our Sponsor: PODS Moving & Storage Zander Insurance Have a question for the show? Call 888-825-5225 Weekdays from 2-5pm ET Want a plan for your money? Find out where to start: https://bit.ly/3nInETX Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3GxiXm6 Learn more about your ad choices. https://www.megaphone.fm/adchoices Ramsey Solutions Privacy Policy

Stryker & Klein
8am- Your Weirdest Relative, Manspreading and a Prank Call

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 35:51


this hour we give you a double dose of ADD news, find out who your weirdest relative is and dismantle a Santa joke

ScholarChip$
Time is Relative Ft. David Umeh

ScholarChip$

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 53:40


In this episode, Tone and Larry chop it up with David Umeh. Umeh is Founder & CEO of Clouty, a music-fintech platform using data to unlock an entirely new asset class. Clouty is a new experience at the intersection of data, music, and finance. Turning music data into financial instruments, to reimagine the markets of today. As a first-gen hailing from the Bay Area and now living in Chicago, David has been an entrepreneur for almost a decade, leveraging his experiences to continue to take steps forward. More about Umeh:Umeh attended Hampton University and spent time working at BET, REVOLT, Hip Hop DX, and KarmaloopTV before pivoting to entrepreneurship full time. Umeh's first venture was known as "HighSpeed Technologies" and was featured in publications like the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/a-bottle-of-juice-for-55-how-one-start-up-is-testing-the-limits-of-dcs-marijuana-law/2016/04/26/eb789eac-07de-11e6-a12f-ea5aed7958dc_story.htmlMore about HighSpeed Technologies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scNA6M3eqmkTap in with Umeh:@umehzingrace on instagramhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/david-umeh-1898a637/Welcome to the ScholarChip$ podcast hosted by Larry Alexander and Tone Gaines. Larry is a transactional attorney at a Fortune 100 Company. Tone is a Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions attorney at a large law firm in Chicago. But more importantly, both Larry and Tone are Black Men from the inner city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The duo started ScholarChip$ to (1) create a platform to have candid conversations with scholars and (2) normalize academics as a viable way to achieve upward mobility in Black and Brown communities.Discussions in this podcast are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this podcast constitutes financial, legal, tax or any other professional advice. Always consult a professional regarding your individual circumstance. If you have a moment, we'd love to hear from you: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/25G8JGD. You can also email us at scholarchipspodcast@gmail.com!

Self Improvement Daily
It's All Relative

Self Improvement Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 3:01


If the ego is going to choose to compare at all times, might as well as tell it what it should be comparing against! On your personal development journey, you need to be sure you have the right foundation in place. Discover the 7 Fundamentals To Self Improvement and instantly accelerate your growth! (Who knows what you might be overlooking and how it's holding you back…)

Finding Rainbows on an ordinary day

The timelines we place on ourselves are actually constraints on our dreams and goals; holding our disappointments if we don't achieve what we believe we should by a certain time, year, age. What if we adopted the notion, the truth, that time is relative, and the worth of it is dependent on what we do with it. Sure, we have calendars and watches and alarms to keep things scheduled, ordered and moving forward, but what if the time we use in that framework is defined buy productivity of a different sort. What is start using our time here on this Earth more wisely to learn and grow and love and just be with one another, and in that the ultimate timeline of peace in our hearts is achieved. For time is relative, life is short, your world is what you make of it, and so is your time."Time is relative, it's only worth depends upon what we do as it's passing."-Albert Einstein Join Lifestyle and Wellness Coach, Kira Mesi as she navigates the ups and downs of life through personal experience, storytelling, and interviews. Learn to lean into your best self with the mindful practice of gratitude living, honoring your soul's purpose, and the joy of Finding Rainbows on an ordinary day."Dive into the ordinary looking for the extraordinary because life is hard,but if you look close enough, you will find the Rainbows." ~KiraONE ON ONE LIFE COACHING:Click link to learn about my Life Coaching Programs:Who am I? • @findingrainbows • Milkshake Website Builder (msha.ke)4 week Program: "Perfectly Imperfect"6 week Program: "Organize your life, step into your dreams"FOLLOW ME FOR MORE INSPIRATION:@FindingRainbows | LinktreeShop Rainbows Merch:

Cheating: When Love Lies
You Know A Relative Or Friend's Spouse Is Cheating. Do You Tell Them?

Cheating: When Love Lies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 35:33


Your relative tells you they have proof your spouse is cheating on you, which eliminates all speculation as to whether or not cheating rumors swirling around are true. On this episode we learn how a betrayed wife blamed the messenger for exposing the details of her cheating husband's escapades. If only the messenger had kept his mouth shut, the marriage could have hummed along as a surreptitiously unfaithful and seemingly happy union: at least that was the wife's point of view. Was the messenger wrong to tell? Should he have kept his mouth shut? Would you tell? Does the wife blaming the messenger make sense? Join me as we explore the question … do you tell, or don't you? (Names + places have been changed to protect the guest's privacy).

Stryker & Klein
8am- Who Has the Weirdest Relative, Do You Know the Band on Your Shirt and MORE

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 37:52


This hour we take your calls for a holiday tradition; who has the weirdest relative? The we find out if a woman in a Pearl Jam shirt knows anything about the band and is it creepy? You decide!

STR8UP SHOW PODCAST
Grandmommy's Grandchildren's Party #2

STR8UP SHOW PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 66:01


As we approach the end of a podcast journey, we continue to open up with personal stories of how Str8Up began. On this episode, our host Calvin talks with sister and cousins about their late grandmother Bertha. 27 years after throwing a party to honor her grandchildren, Bertha's grandchildren reflect on her life lessons she has taught them and how it inspired Calvin to get into journalism. Special thanks to: John (RIP), Lorie, Patricia, Ronald (RIP), Latricia and Pamela.

Official Podcast of Vertical Life Church
And then there is THAT relative!

Official Podcast of Vertical Life Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:20


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Moms Letting Go Without Giving Up
Interview with Catherine Becker, Founder of Joys and Challenges of Relative Caregivers

Moms Letting Go Without Giving Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 30:51


Millions of grandparents are raising grandchildren because of addiction. Meet Catherine Becker, Founder of Joys and Challenges of Relative Caregivers. She's parenting three adopted children because of her daughter's substance use and mental health disorders. You will love her enthusiasm, attitude, and her heart to help grands raising grands. If you're raising your grandchildren and want resources, connections and support, ask to join her private FB group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/861031841262074 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michelle515/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michelle515/support

Géopolitique, le débat
Élections de mi-mandat aux États-Unis: victoire et défaite relative pour les deux camps

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 50:00


Contre toute attente, ça n'est pas une vague républicaine qu'on a vu déferler sur les États-Unis, à l'occasion des « midterms ». Les Américains étaient appelés aux urnes deux ans après avoir élu Joe Biden à la Maison Blanche, ce mardi 8 novembre. D'ordinaire ce scrutin joue en défaveur du pouvoir en place, pourtant les démocrates ont réussi à sauver les meubles. Si les républicains sont en passe de remporter la majorité à la Chambre des représentants, leur avance est courte. Et c'est encore plus flagrant au Sénat dont l'avenir est incertain. Les résultats définitifs ne seront connus qu'en décembre car l'État de la Géorgie organise un deuxième tour pour départager deux candidats au coude-à-coude. Ce scrutin est-il finalement une bonne nouvelle pour le président américain ? Quel impact aurait-il sur le paysage politique, à l'intérieur de ces deux partis ? Et comment ce nouvel équilibre des pouvoirs, au Congrès, impactera le programme de Joe Biden ? Invités : Anne Deysine, professeur émérite juriste et américaniste, spécialiste des questions politiques et juridiques aux États-Unis, auteure de Les États-Unis et la démocratie, chez L'harmattan. Philip Golub, politologue et professeur de science politique et de relations internationales à l'Université américaine de Paris. ► À écouter aussi : Élections de mi-mandat aux États-Unis: les démocrates limitent la casse!

Howie Mandel Does Stuff Podcast
Psychic Medium Contacts Howie's Dead Relative | Howie Mandel Does Stuff #94

Howie Mandel Does Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 53:05


George Anderson is the world's most scientifically tested medium and contacts Howie's relative who recently passed. Howie Mandel Does Stuff available on YouTube Visit https://georgeanderson.com/ for more. Visit https://www.howiemandel.com/ for more. Social Media @howiemandel @jackelynshultz #PsychicMedium #GeorgeAnderson #howiemandeldoesstuffSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NPE Stories

Eric found out he was a donor conceived when a sibling messaged him through a DNA testing site. After processing his shock for several years he is now very involved in the donor conceived and BIPOC donor conceived community. Eric can be reached on Instagram @ericsbmusicaResources: Eric's podcast: The MN Futball ShowIG: @DCCsupportIG: @donorconceivedcouncildonorconceivedcommunity.orgThe Secret in My DNA podcastThe Reverand and the Reprobate PodcastEverything's Relative with Eve Sturges podcastEric's music can be found at:ericsbmusica.bandcamp.comhttps://truruts.bandcamp.com/album/the-common-pastNPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories

Impact Pricing
Memecast #83: Queen of Diamonds: Inherent Value and Relative Value

Impact Pricing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 2:45


This one is the Queen of Diamonds from the Selling Value card deck. It's true, buyers are using inherent value or relative value. This is how they think about the decision that they're making. And salespeople's job should be to help buyers make that decision so we should understand what's the decision a buyer is making. What's the information they need at any given point in time? Well, inherent value is the value of solving a problem. Do I need to buy a new car? Do I need to buy a guitar? Do I need to buy a new dishwasher, a new refrigerator? Do I need to buy a pencil, a new software application? This is the inherent value, what's the value of solving the problem? So why might I need a new car? Because I just crashed mine. Or it just broke down. Or it's getting old. Or I just got a job where my image is really important. These are all great reasons why I might need to buy a new car. And these are inherent value. Are we thinking about the way our buyers are thinking through do I need to buy one of these or not? Oftentimes after they said yes, then they go into relative value. And relative value is, how is your product better than a competitor's product, or different than a competitor's product? What does it do? How does it behave? So, we start thinking of relative value as comparing different alternatives. Our buyers are truly thinking in those two different ways even if they can't articulate it. As salespeople, we should make sure we understand that so we can help buyers make the best decision for them and for us. We hope you enjoyed this memecast. This is also an example of how Pricing Table Topics works. Grab a deck of our cards, pull a random card, read the saying, then talk for one to two minutes about what that card says. This will improve your understanding and more importantly, your ability to communicate important concepts around value. If you have any questions or feedback, please email me mark@impactpricing.com. Now, go make an impact.   Connect with Mark Stiving:  Email: mark@impactpricing.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/  

616Entertainment Podcast
#452: Relevance is Relative.

616Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 109:28


This episode goes out to Muggzy, the one and only. RIP to a legend.

Talks with Dad Rod
My relative is confused about grace and mentally declining. What now?

Talks with Dad Rod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 12:02


Ted asks about the struggle we can have when people we love are in mental decline and not clear about God's grace. Rod talks about the promises we receive in Scripture, Jesus Christ's sufficiency to save sinners, and what comfort we believers can have when our loved ones are not mentally able to engage with us as they once were. Produced by: Rick Ritchie SHOW NOTES: “Sensible Christianity” by Dr. Montgomery - https://shop.1517.org/products/sensible-christianity-mp3 Support the show - https://www.1517.org/donate https://www.1517.org/videos/talks-with-dad-rod Explore more 1517 podcasts - https://www.1517.org/podcasts/ === https://gab.com/talkswithdadrod https://tv.gab.com/channel/talkswithdadrod https://www.facebook.com/talkswithdadrod/ https://twitter.com/TalkswithDadRod https://www.instagram.com/talkswithdadrod/ Talks with Dad Rod playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDWGbhcNf-kTljFKeMHg3j1qqDsV3LGR Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Jc-1vmFrYcc

Thoughts on the Market
Andrew Sheets: A Swing Towards Bonds?

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 3:02


As prices for bonds go down and yields go up, investors may be asking why the price is so low, and what this shift may do to the broader market and asset allocation.----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets, Chief Cross-Asset Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about trends across the global investment landscape and how we put those ideas together. It's Friday, November 4th, at 2 p.m. in London. The market is a funny thing. Relative to January 1st of this year, the U.S. 30 year Treasury bond is set to pay out all of the same coupons, and return the exact same amount of principal when it matures in 2052. But the market has decided that that same bond today is worth 36% less than at the start of the year. So what happened? Well, yields rose. That 30 year U.S. bond might be the exact same entity, but investors now need all of those future payments to yield 4.2% per year, not the 1.9% they needed on January 1st. It's another way of saying that there's been a major change in what's considered the minimal accepted return on safe assets. And that large jump in yields has led to the largest drop in bond prices that we've seen in recorded history. But the implications are broader. Many assets have bond-like characteristics, where you pay money today for a string of payments in the future. Whether it's an office building, a rental unit or a company with a future set of earnings, you can get very different current values for the exact same asset today by varying what sort of yield it's required to produce. And so if bonds are now priced lower to generate higher returns in the future, so should many other assets that have similar bond-like characteristics. For markets, we see a couple of implications. First, these rising yields have made bonds increasingly competitive relative to stocks. Currently, $100 of the S&P 500 is expected to yield about $6.25 of earnings next year. $100 of U.S. 1 to 5 year corporate bonds yields about $6 of interest, despite having just one sixth the volatility of the stock market. It's been 14 years since the earnings yield on stocks and the yield on corporate bonds has been so similar. Higher yields on safe assets may also shift broader asset allocation decisions. At this time last year, 30 year BBB- rated investment grade bonds yielded just 3.3%. Given such low returns, it's no wonder that many asset allocators, especially those with longer time horizons, pushed into alternative asset classes and private markets in an effort to generate higher returns. But that calculus now looks different. Yields on those same investment grade bonds have risen from that 3.3% to 6.3%. With public markets now offering many more opportunities for a safe, reliable, long run return, we'd expect asset allocators to start to swing back in this direction, especially favoring various forms of investment grade debt. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Thoughts on the market on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you.

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
11/4 App 2 Happy When a Relative Dies

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 18:08


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Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
11/3 4-2 Happy When a Relative Dies

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 20:26


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Secular Buddhism
175 - The Two Truths

Secular Buddhism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:07


What are the two truths?There is the Truth of how things really are, and the truth of how things seem to be. These are sometimes referred to as Absolute truth and Relative truth. Relative truths are always dependent on HOW we perceive them. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.