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Dial RadioTV
Ángel Quiles y Ricardo Juri, integrantes de la UTN San Rafael, invitaron al encuentro de Robótica

Dial RadioTV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 16:50


Ángel Quiles y Ricardo Juri, integrantes de la UTN San Rafael, invitaron al encuentro de Robótica

Dial RadioTV
Romina Giraudo – Concejal de la UCR. Presentaron desde el bloque proyecto para crear un programa municipal de viviendas en San Rafael

Dial RadioTV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 13:57


Romina Giraudo – Concejal de la UCR. Presentaron desde el bloque proyecto para crear un programa municipal de viviendas en San Rafael

Oración del Corazón
ORACIÓN DEL CORAZÓN J 29-09-22

Oración del Corazón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 7:17


San Miguel, San Gabriel y San Rafael

The Clean Energy Show
Al Gore, The World Bank, Climate Denial and Human Composting in California

The Clean Energy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 51:20


Al Gore correctly calls the World Bank president a climate denier. California the latest state to allow human composting. Ford is moving to a direct sales model for EVs that will eliminate dealer markups. The Fully Charged Live event is coming to Canada. Reducing costs in massive solar farms goes beyond the cost of the panels themselves. We get a letter from Denmark and here is the link we talk about: https://dk.karnfull.com/ General Motors Co (GM.N) said on Tuesday it backed establishing tougher federal emissions standards to help ensure at least 50% of new vehicles sold by 2030 are zero-emission. This may be meant to harm Japanese auto companies who are way behind. The founder and owner of the outdoor apparel brand Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, has given his US$3-billion company away to a specially-designed trust, ensuring all profits—in perpetuity—are used to fight climate change and preserve wild spaces. Gas stoves can release hazardous air pollutants while they're operating, and even when they're turned off, according to a new study. Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Follow us on TikTok! Check out our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter! Your hosts: James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Email us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Tell your friends about us on social media! Transcript Hello, and welcome to episode 132 of the Clean Energy Show. I'm Brian Stockton. I'm James Whittingham. This week, Tesla's boring AI team members from its autopilot program to work on the humanoid robot. I predict a lot of broken dishes. Ford is moving to a direct sales model for EVs that will eliminate dealer markups. But dealers are skeptical and are rapidly researching alternative ways to antagonize and anger their customers. GM is pushing electric vehicles and American football fans. What's next? Low fat nacho cheese? The fully charged live event is coming to Canada. As Canada's foremost clean energy podcast, I propose that James and I be invited to participate. I could hook the panel while James could do crowd control and some light housekeeping. What all that? More this edition of the Clean Energy show. And also Brian on this week's show. Reducing costs and massive solar farms goes beyond the panels. And California will allow human composting in 2027. I'm way ahead of you, California. I'm studying a compost myself internally. I had a bad week. Feeling sick. Yeah, well, I know you told me you had some type of terrible stomach flu, and you're definitely looking better, and I hope that you're better. I just don't want to hear too much about this. okay. Let's just say I said to my ask this morning, can you do me a solid? And it did. That's all. Everything worked out. Yes. I don't know where it came from because you know, I never leave home. You never leave the house and no one brought it home, no one else was sick. So where the hell did this come from? But it just goes to show you how you could have gotten covered under the same situation too. From what, though? The neighborhood cat. Do I pet thing in the yard? Other people come in and out of your house. You know them as your family. Well, I do, but it's an awful thing. And I'm one of these people who has a phobia of being sick, as you know. I don't know if it's a terrible phobia, but I really hate being sick and I don't do it. Ask any of my family members. Like, I'm the worst patient in the house. I'm just kill me. Yeah. So my wife is of course, as a rock, she burst children. Something I couldn't do if I wanted to. It's just aying I can't handle being sick. I'm just not good at it. I'm sorry. I'm just glad it's over. And I don't want Covent. Yeah. I really don't want coven. So far, so good. So far so good. What's new with you around this house here? It seems like this often happens when we're recording the podcast, but you may hear some banging and crashing in the background because you're like working brown. You're always getting your house renovated constantly. That's right, yeah. What was the name of that guy? I can't remember. Is that like Sheldon? Or something? No, I don't think Oswald or he had a good name, but he was Peter Albert. I don't know. Yes. So the kitchen half of my vaulted ceiling has now been spray foam, and the drywall guys are there already to fill it in. So we're half done, and once that's done, we open up the other half and do that. So I'm going to have a freshly spray foam ceiling, and I'm real excited about that. Well, I don't know why you don't have a live microphone in your kitchen. That's what I would do. Yeah, I know that's what you would do, but I prefer podcasts to have that studio sound without well, I just want to check in on them to hear if there's any sound. It's interesting. Something like that weird sounds would be nice. And then the other thing was so I bought a brace for my back. I was having back troubles. You bought a back brace? Yeah, it's a shocking news. It's like a belt thing that sort of just tightens up and supports your spine when your spine is feeling weak. And then I know you had this horrible stomach flu this week. So my new idea for the podcast is these are our sponsorship possibilities, James, like all of our old man health problems. So this brace is from a company called Braceability, and they're not a sponsor? They are now. But hey, if they want to sponsor us, I could be a spokesperson for this product. I thought it was really great. Does it work? Yeah, it totally works. This is your future commercials on Fox News. And it's better to have on hand now. Like, I needed it sooner than I got it, but for the next time this happens to my back, I'll be able to I think when it happens yeah, it'll be able to move around sooner if I have this brace. And what does it do exactly? You put it in your lower spine, and it's like having a lumbar support. Like, I realized that when I drive a car, I have an extra lumbar support pillow in the car, like the one in the built into the seat is not enough. So when I'm sitting in a chair, I need a lumbar support. And I just thought to myself, hey, well, I need a lumbar support while I'm standing up. Surely there's a product like that. And I just started researching it and yeah, you get these lower back braces, and it's like an artificial spine on the outside of your body. Now you're endorsing it. And if you're not from North America or younger than us, which most people are, by the way, shit. Murphy Brown was a TV show in the 80s, early 90s, maybe 80s. National news anchor. Was it Elden? Eldon. Eldon. Very good. That was the guy's name. Give it some time and those old brain cells, with the help of a back brace, will kick in and you can help your brain cells with this new product. See, that's how it works. Oh, my gosh, you're such a good spokesperson. I would have you endure. I would listen to that old man sitting in front of a couch in the fireplace recommending something to me. The car hunt continues on my end. A couple of interesting developments on Front when I found out the Prius is coming out with a new plugin prime that is through spy websites and rumor websites. Could be 100 kilometer range, which would be interesting. However, it's too little, too late, right? I mean, I want a freaking EV. My partner wants an EV. I don't want to get an oil change again. That would do me, and I wouldn't have to worry about charging infrastructure for the next few years. Not that that's a terrible issue, but the infrastructure is there. It's just not working, essentially, and just the inconvenience of it taking slow speeds. But the Equinox, as we mentioned last week, from Chevy, which is a small SUV, they have the gas version of it with a very popular vehicle, and now they're having an electric version of it, as well as the what is it? The Blazer. Chevy Blazer, as well as silverado pickup truck. Anyway, the Canadian, where we live of pricing is $34,400 for the Equinox. For the Equinox, which is a small that's really good SUV. The bolt is a hatchback, which I'm shopping for, maybe would have probably bought if there was one on the lawn, but I can't because there's not one on the lawn, and it's a lottery shoot to try and get one crap shoot. But the bolt sells for 38 for something like that. Yeah, and it's not the Equinox. It's a small car. They should be marking those down, but they're not. And they have in the States that would explain the $6,000 reduction in the States, something like that. So they said, Canada, we're not going to do it because we don't need to, because we don't sell any there because the demand is too high. There's no competition. So screw you, Canada. This tells me not to buy a bolt. I'd be stupid to buy a bolt, especially at the current price, because let's say I buy one, and a year from now, people are starting to buy a $34,000 car that's less and better, and they're going to have to lower the price of the bolt. Absolutely. They're going to have to 8000 less. It's going to probably have to be $8,000. It's a real conundrum. And ideally, you would like to buy a car now, not a year from now or two years from now. Ideally, yes. The Prius is still fine, but right now, the Prius has an incredible resale value, and that's what I was hoping to take advantage of and get into the game. But you know what? At the price of $34,000, it doesn't matter so much what my resale value of the Prius is I could go and buy that car. Yeah, that's because it's about the same price as the Prius if you factor in the gas savings over four or five years at most. And that's normal gas prices, by the way, not the ones that we have now or had had recently. There was a thing going around the Internet that everybody was sharing saying the Saskatchewan, our province in Canada, which is a prairie province with oil and lots of mineral resources and potash and stuff like that, and farming would be a perfect place for battery minerals for manufacture, bringing it to Canada, because there was an article about that and everybody's talking about it. And I have this contention that is a problem with our province, that is that our grid is very dirty. It's 45% coal, and they're cleaning up very slowly with very small solar projects and small wind projects. My thinking is that a lot of these companies who want to buy minerals and build batteries want them clean. Why do it with a dirty grid? So our province, in being backwards and trying to cling onto fossil fuels, a jurisdiction there's many of around the world, including the United States, in parts of the United States that you're not going to be competitive. Why would we go to A, the dirty one that has a larger carbon footprint for a battery that we make in your place, then B, that has a clean grid, and 80% of the Canadian electrical grid is clean because of all the hydro, especially in Quebec and BC. Right? Yeah. So I think it's a competitive disadvantage for us to drag our feet and few people talk about that stuff. It makes me mad. Yeah. And if you're sourcing minerals for batteries and you have a choice between a place that can source them more cleanly, you're obviously going to go for the more clean source. And speaking of our province, which I vow that I'm going to do less of because nobody knows what we are, our power utility, South Power, which is a government owned utility, has identified two places to put small modular nuclear reactors. Now, small modular nuclear reactors is something that you claim to study if you want to put off fighting climate change. You claim that now we can only use these technologies and they're not ready yet. So they'll decide on this in 2029. But right now to warm us up and claim that they're doing something so they can continue mining fossil fuels and grease up their buddies on the golf course. Estevan and Elbow, there's two predominant winds where we live in our city, and it's both downwind from those two places. For what it's worth, I'm just putting it out there. Radiation travels, Brian. And I just want to point out that there is a town in our province called Elbow. There's a town called Climax. Name me some weird Saskatchewan towns. Virginia rhymes with fun. As Mick Jagger once said, there's one called Kipling, which is the only town in the world named after Rudyard Kipling, the famous author of The Jungle Book. Oh, really? That's what he's named after? That's what they named him after. How does that happen? The town of Kipling? I don't know. I like this book. So we're going to name it Kipling? Yeah. There you go. That's the town where the paperclip story went. Yeah, the red paperclip story. Look it up if you want a boring story about the Internet. And Corbin Bernstein made a movie there, too. Why? Because it was famous for a day. It's a long story, but I don't know. I was once in a movie with Corbin Bernsen. We were eating services together. Yeah. Did you have any lines in that movie? I had lots of lines. I was quite nervous about the amount of lines I had. Like acting with carbon. Bernson no, but I was acting with someone else and I can't remember his name. I'm sick. Okay. I've got a bit of a fever. Yes, somebody famous. It was somebody famous. It is somebody famous. So probably know you know who Corbin Bernstein is. We have to stop making old man references. Brian it's just Murphy Brown and now all that was a TV show called La Law. Yeah. See, this is all going to be in the transcript and people are going to search this and they're going to be linked to us. This podcast talks about Ally Long, corbin Burns, corbin of your'listing if you looked up your own name because you're unemployed between shoots. Hello. What's? The podcast? Yeah. Ate a lot of that rice pudding. That's all I'm going to say. You went to town on it. Let's get on with some updates to surpass stories that I want to start with this because I have a clip about. We've talked a lot about Beyond Meat, the fake meat, and how it's going to clean up the world. And I'll tell you why later, because regular beef has a lot of carbon emissions, which I'll get to later. But in Arkansas, plant based company Beyond Meat COO. Was arrested for biting a man's nose. Well, of course he did give the guy a Slim Jim before he kills again. Apparently it was a road rage confrontation in a parking garage. And when police arrived, they found two males with bloody faces at the scenes, which Ramsay said, actually, it's beet juice. It tricks your brain. You're just thinking you're eating real nose. Yeah. So that has taken a dark turn. The view on meat story, brian well, I mean, how could you not make jokes about that? It writes itself. Because I mentioned it last week and it's kind of weird that I mentioned it last week. And then this happened in real life. I was talking about pipeline inspection planes and I happened to reference a 2013 fatality crash and it actually happened between the last week's show and this week's show, it actually happened right here in Saskatchewan. Like another crash? Another crash with two fatalities, two people on board. It was near Swift current. The federal agency, the transportation agency in Canada confirmed that a pipeline inspection flight crashed 11 km southwest of Sean of in Saskatchewan, the town of 1700 people, 350 km southwest of Virginia, where Brian and I are podcasting from. And that took off from South Korea on Sunday morning, headed to Esteban, which is about 400 drive away by car. I don't know how much that is in miles exactly. So nobody knows why, but that actually it's just weird that I would talk about it and then the freaking happened. Now I can't talk about anything. I don't want to talk about anything. Vladimir Putin died by apple choking. Why doesn't that happen? You heard it here first. Why doesn't that happen? Jeez. It's an unfortunate thing and I was really pumped last week to talk about Bloomberg opinion piece on how the supply chain for solar to reach in that zero world. What we determine, the amount of solar we need for a net zero world is already being built. Because I thought it was surprising and so did they. The people at Bloomberg think it was surprising and inspiring piece. So if you look at the current prices of volatile commodities, they say you won't understand the direction of investment, which is the important thing, is what people are investing in, where the action is, what's actually happening. People talk about, well, gas is up, so oil is good, solar is up, so that's bad because there's a big demand and supply chain shortages for different things in clean energy as well. But the direction of investment is insane. We talk about battery factories, gigafactories almost daily, maybe even daily. Such spending is a forecast made flesh. They write a bet on the direction of future demand, taking the physical form of property, plant and equipment. But anyway, I just thought it was interesting that solar as a whole generates like 20% of the time. So if you have the equivalent of a nuclear power plant, it's only actually going to be 20% if you look at the rating of those two things. But the nuclear power plant generates like 80, 90% capacity because they have downtime. So yeah, it's not an entire comparison like that, but 940 gigs of connected panels would be sufficient to supply about 5.8% of the world's current electricity demand and then another 5.8% every year. But this is what they're going to be manufacturing soon, is that 5.8% and that amount of gigawatts. But what I didn't mention was the equivalent of adding the generation of all the world's nuclear power plants every 20 months, which is incredible. In solar, I'm not talking about the maximum output, I'm talking about the actual output of 20% of the solar max. And keeping in mind, if you did have to double the number of nuclear power plants that exist in the world. It would take like, 20 years at least. Yeah, that's optimistic even. That's if we started today. Right. I mean, it's crazy. Yes. I was listening to the Energy media podcast from Mark and Hispan. They were talking about these kinds of issues and an important point that people aren't quite wrapping their brains around, because we're used to energy scarcity, and as we use up the oil reserves around the world, the price goes up because these things get harder to get and it gets more scarce and the prices go up. But the exact opposite thing is happening in clean energy. Abundance is every time we build a solar panel, we're creating more abundance, and so the price trends down and not up. And it's just something that people are just not used to. They're not used to it, and they just can't wrap their heads around it. I wanted to start this week with a bit of breaking news, if there is such a thing in the podcast world. By the way, I've never listened to a true crime podcast before. Have you? Yeah. Yes, a couple. Well, I listened to Cereal because it was in the news, because they exonerated the person or person that got released. So I listened to it and it's exactly the same as the Hulu show. The music is almost identical. It's almost like a ripoff of the actual theme of Cereal. They didn't even try not to exactly duplicate it. You're talking about only murders in the building. Only murders in the building, yeah, only murders in the building. They drew heavily from cereal. Yes. And the woman does sound exactly like Tina Fey, which is kind of like the replacement for Cereal, the big podcast. If I told you she was Tina Fey, you would believe me. You didn't know better. Right? It's just kind of hilarious. Anyway, today at an event hosted by The New York Times, al Gore claimed the World Bank president is a climate denier. Later, on the same stage, the World Bank president, David Malpass, was asked by The New York Times climate reporter David Gals if he believed in the scientific consensus that the man made burning of fossil fuels is rapidly and dangerously warming the planet. Here is the painful clip of that. I also want to give you one more chance to directly address former Vice President Gore's claim that he made on this stage that you were a climate denier. His words so very odd. I've never met him. He's not involved in the efforts that we're doing. He may present as a climate person. I don't know what impact that's having. Okay, let me just be as clear as I can. Do you accept the scientific consensus that the manmade burning of fossil fuels is rapidly and dangerously warming the planet? I don't know if everyone wants to comment on that. What we are doing is having impactful projects that reduce will you answer the question? We have a mission of a World Bank that's powerful. Will you answer the question? I don't even know. I'm not a scientist. What a douchebag, if I may say so. Yeah, well, I mean, he's not a scientist, but that's hardly I can't comment on it. I'm not a scientist. You're not a scientist. So we should erase all the episodes of our podcast because we're not scientists. I guess so. I'll get out the magnetizer for our younger listeners. Audio used to be recorded on magnetic tape, which you could erase with a magnet. What? That's crazy talk. I don't know what you're talking about. How do you erase audio with a magnet? Brian? You truly are not a scientist. I have a bulk tape eraser in this room. Well, it's a good thing you didn't turn it on with my magnetic head, because my head is mostly metal now. So yeah, I guess the answer to that is yes. The World Bank president is a climate change denier. This is a clean energy show with Brian Stockton and James Whittingham. GM is looking to football to capture a broad consumer base and bring all of its nearly 30 US dealerships on board to sell EVs for the Equinox. Chevy is banking on a 300 miles full charge as the pivot point for consumer appeal and for football's fascination with commercials to open the door so EV cynics might take a second look. And I was actually watching football on the weekend and saw these commercials and said, Dang, I want one of those. The GM estimated up to 300 miles range on full charge and a starting price around $30,000. It's everything you want in an electric SUV. Chevy equinox. EV. Finally, an EV for everyone. I mean, that's true. It is an EV for everyone. Yeah, because it is the form factor that people buy the most after trucks, I guess. It is a very popular size. You can't say it's small, you can't say it's expensive. EVs are too expensive because it's only 30 grand in the States. And they're telling you that in the commercial. That's 35 grand less than the model one. How many are they going to make and when is it for sale? It's for sale starting in a year. Production as any EV will ramp up slowly, perhaps faster than Tesla. Because they are a more established manufacturer. They know what they're doing. These are going to be made in Mexico. They say they have enough batteries for a while. For a long time, actually, for 30 grand, though it's hard to argue that it's half the car of the Tesla. Tesla's going to have to, once they do make these, and it'll be two years from now before they're up to full, let's face it. But once that happens, they're making the Blazer, they're making the Equinox, they're selling them at prices that people can afford. EV. Adoption acceptance has moved a bit further down the road. A year from now, Tesla is going to have to lower their prices. I mean, they're a bit high now. Oh, yeah, they're definitely high. But they still have a backlog of orders, so they don't have to lower prices anytime soon. But this is what we've been waiting for. This is all good news. I mean more available. This is what the world needs. And Hurt is going to buy a bunch of them. Yeah, this is sort of an addendum to that story. Hertz had previously ordered 100,000 teslas. That was supposed to be by the end of 2022. I'm not sure if they're on track for that, but they are now going to add 175,000 EVs from General Motors. This is from different brands of General Motors. So this would include Chevy, Buick, GMC, Cadillac Bright Drop, which I think are those vans? So this will take a while. But this will also impact you again, because if you want one of these yeah, I was thinking about Chevy Equinoxes. It could be that Hurts is in line in front of you. We're still going to have these supply and demand problems for a long time to come. We learned a bit about on a previous episode a few months back about how this works. Usually an automaker gives a huge discount to these types of rental car companies for buying huge volumes of cars. And then the point where it becomes profitable to resell it is actually very quick. It's under six months, sometimes three months. So they very quickly resell these cars because they got them at a price that makes a profit to sell them already because of the discount. Right. And then they always have new cars in stock to rent. Right. So they find the sweet spot where it's the most profitable and you're selling a practically brand new car that's three months old or whatever. Lots of kilometers, perhaps. Perhaps not depending on how it's used, but yeah. And then they make profit off it. Now. Tesla notoriously did not give one penny discount. Elon Musk said yes because they didn't need to and they couldn't make the cars any faster than they're making them. So why give a discount if you have too many orders to fill? Anyway another thing is fully charged is coming to Canada. If you don't know, this is primarily a YouTube channel hosted by Robert Lueellan. Probably the premiere clean energy and electric car channel on YouTube. Fully charged. And they've done live events in the UK. Before. And they've done two live events in the US. In Austin, Texas. And then the most recent one was San Diego, which just finished. I'd kind of been hoping that you and I might get down there for that one. But we didn't. But now it's coming to Canada a year from now, in 2023, the fully charged live show So I thought that was a super fun announcement. They cited several reasons for coming to Canada. I think the main one, though, is that BC Hydro, the electric utility, seemed to have offered them a large sponsorship. So they seem to be the primary entity that's inviting Fully Charged to come and do this live show in BC. So BC Hydro, the province of British Columbia, 98%, clean grid, mostly from hydroelectricity. And so they're very interested in clean energy. And they, I guess, are fans of the Fully Charged channel. So they decided to invite them to Vancouver. So this is September 2023, and if anyone from Fully Charged his listing, please invite James and I to come. We'd love to come. I think we should get our fans to lobby for us to be there. Yes. So, yeah, send emails. Both knock on Robert Lola's door if you know where he lives. Three in the morning, you want to make sure you got his attention. So don't do it during daylight hours. Yeah. Sorry, Robert. So, yeah, I think that's going to be a lot of fun. So this is kind of a large sort of trade show and gathering of clean energy enthusiasts and electric car enthusiasts. So there'll be lots of panels and discussions and places where you can go and look at electric cars and presumably, like home heating stuff. They're very big on heat pumps in British Columbia. They're somewhat milder climate for Canada. So heat pumps makes perfect sense for British Columbia. And BC Hydro has sort of subsidies and programs to help people buy heat pumps. So, yeah, I think that's going to be a lot of fun. So you anticipate us being there, don't you? Yeah, I think we should totally go. Well, I'm going to have to start a go. Fund me then, like right now. Well, I can drive you in the Tesla. I can pay for the charging. That'll be the place where I get covert. But if I got covert somewhere you got covert at a conference. Yeah. So maybe I would too. Well, this will be at the Vancouver Convention Center, which is a big, nice open area kind of place. We should also say that it's Canada in the Pacific Northwest, that they're kind of making it kind of for the whole region up there because it is a long way to go down to San Diego and Austin for us. Yes. But this is very close to Seattle is the American city just across the border. So this is definitely the Seattle Vancouver area. And I think that's going to be great. You can buy tickets now. They're about $75 for the weekend for the three day thing. You can also get sponsorships and you could sponsor the event. You can set up a stand there as well. So we should do that, I don't know, just a tiny little 1 m² booth. We have a little table and we can sell podcasts on cassette tapes or something. Sure, get your podcast. Here, 50 USB drives or something. Okay. And sticking to EV news for a second here, ford is looking to change up their dealer model going forward under EV. So they're trying to split their business into kind of three sections at Ford. And Model E is going to be the electric division. Then there's going to be Ford Pro that handles commercial vehicles, and Ford Blue Oval, which will be their legacy internal combustion thing. But anyway, so they're trying to revamp the model for their dealerships. They want to keep the dealerships, but they need to change things up in order to be competitive in the 21st century. So it's going to go to more of a direct selling model, like with Tesla. And so the dealers are going to have to choose, much like General Motors is doing this as well. You got to choose to be into the program with Model E, and it will cost the dealer some money to kind of set themselves up for that. But it seems like a good strategy. There needs to be a rethinking of the dealership model, especially if you're trying to compete in the new world of EVs. But also, nobody really likes haggling for prices at dealerships. It's the worst thing in the world. So this would set a set price for their cars going forward. Everybody pays the same price. Haggling at a dealership is the worst thing in the world. It is for everyone because we have one Toyota dealership here, so I couldn't walk elsewhere. I'd have to go quite a ways, actually. I'd have to go hours away. Well, 1 hour away. But that dealership was owned by the same company. But with Chevy, there's one on every street corner. There's a Chevy dealership in every 200 person town, pretty much. And it's weird how it sort of developed this way because we are not a haggling culture. Like, we don't typically haggle for prices in Canada. You just walk into a store and you pay the price. It's a common thing in other places sometimes to haggle, but for some reason, it's only cars, and it's an expensive thing. So if you do it badly, it costs you a lot of money. Yeah. And culturally in North America, the man of the household goes and does the dirty deed and then brags to his friends. Right? Yeah. And if you don't, then you're not a man. You're a terrible human being. A failure. Yeah. I hated it. I did enjoy the experience of buying a Tesla online, which you do online. You put the deposit down with the credit card. I will say there was more human interaction than I expected, because when you're exchanging a large amount of money like that, you still need to talk to a human. So I had to talk to the Tesla place in Calgary, which was the closest at the time. And then we had to do a wire transfer for the final payment for the car, which was kind of nerve racking because it's a large amount of money. And somebody at the bank said this is really important that you get every digit right or anything. Like your money could just go off into the ether, I think a lot of money. I spent ten grand to Montreal for my leaf. I felt that experience and I was like I didn't hear back. I was like, yeah. And then the bank people spent an hour and a half walking in the back room trying to complete it. And the manager came out, the janitor came in and was offering his two bits and it was like tense. It was terrible. And then ultimately the other thing this is weird about this, and I know this through just sort of online banking transfers and stuff, for some reason these take a couple of days. Even though it's electronic, it takes a couple of days. So I had to send a screenshot of the wire transfer to the Tesla people in Calgary because they wanted to release the car. Like they had a truck leaving to deliver it. And they're like, we got to release the car, so send us a screenshot to prove that you sent the wire transfer because they hadn't gotten it yet and they had to send the car. I mean, they didn't have to, but they sent the car on its way before they actually got the money. I wouldn't even think it would haggle me, I don't think, if I didn't read online that the average haggle price down for this particular model in your region is this much money. One $700. And I thought to leave $1700 table. Who am I? And there's more resources now on the internet for us for that kind of information. But it doesn't really make it easier. It just makes it more because now you feel the pressure. You know what you have to do. And they know that, you know you have to do it anyway. San Rafael, California based ojo. This is a company that makes solar mounting hardware for solar farms. They have a new way to mount solar panels. And the reason why I mentioned this is because we always talk about the reduction of costs and the efficiency increases of the panels themselves. Well, there's other stuff involved. There's hardware. And if you can get that down in price over and you're putting on literally millions of panels and then you reduce the cost of the things that hold those panels up, that's a lot of money. So they're talking about using 50% less steel and labor, because labor is an issue too here, than the conventional pile system, which is what we saw at the solar farm here. So the Earth trash combines it's patented hardware with a drilling machine. They have their own drilling machine, specialized drilling machine. And basically they have two piles that go in and form a a shape. And at the top of that, a shape mounts onto the pivot of the solar array that holds up panels, and neither tilts or is steady, so it's just 50% less steel. They're always coming up with new things to bring down those costs. And when you bring them down, then the cost of solar electricity, period, becomes less. Yeah, it's crazy. And they're doing that. They're also improving panels, too. So that's happening. Yeah. All those efficiencies in whatever business make a huge like, I'm staring at a box of Apple MacBook Pro boxes that I've bought over the years. And even though the laptops often get bigger, the packaging gets smaller. And it's because, like, every millimeter that they can decrease the size of the boxes the more they save money. First of all, people want less packaging, but the smaller the package, the more you can put in a truck or on a ship. Every little bit counts. All right, coming up with the show so Lady Randall breeze through the latest of the week's clean energy Headline news, and we have some feedback this week. Let's dip into the mail bag. It says, Hi, I'm a big fan from Denmark, embracing green energy, driving to Tesla. They have solar panels on the roof and an air to air heat pump to keep the house warm. So going all electric. I enjoy listening to your program. I think it is great what you do to enlighten people on the progress on clean energy and also in a fun way. Thanks a lot. He says, thank you, God. It always boosts our wind in ourselves when we hear nice letters like that. And he says, I just wanted to share with you how far we are here in Denmark and Europe. The electricity prices are going up and down like crazy. Here in Europe, the price varies from hour to hour, but the price is determined by the most expensive source, which is usually gas and coal. Interesting. I won't read you the whole letter, but I'll read you parts of it. Many homes have variable price contracts with their provider, which you could choose freely. You can even choose Swedish nuclear if you want. And in Denmark, we have no nuclear power, but a lot of wind turbines that produce around 45% of our electricity on average. And on windy days like today, when he was writing this letter, it was 120% was coming from wind. So that means that they exported their energy to the neighbors, and the price goes down. And sometimes it's negative. Already we're seeing negative prices. I can't get over that. So green energy is the only source that can bring the price down in this crazy time. And he has some other information and some things that he has done. He's got a 6.6 kilowatt peak power solar system with a 6.5 kilowatt hour battery, able to charge the battery at night when the power is really cheap and use it in the morning, sell it back to the grid. Yada, yadda, yadda. You know how it goes. So the battery can also be used in the winter where there is little sunshine in denmark is as far north as La. Lash is in Saskatchewan. And what a great guy for looking up our local town to give us an idea where Denmark is. That's very sweet. And Lash is quite a bit farther north from where we are. Yes, hours and hours and hours. So we live on a massive everything in Canada is massive. Ontario is like I think it's the size of some planets it takes days to cross. But Saskatchewan is very tall and most of us have never been anywhere near the top third, let alone it's just insanely big and becomes wilderness up there as well. So the future is here now, and I think the future looks bright for clean energy. And thanks again for a great show. Best regards from Sven the Green Viking in Denmark. Yes, and then there was a link to a website where you can look at a graphic that kind of shows you where the energy is being generated there in northern Europe and Scandinavia and which direction the power is going. Sometimes it's going from Norway to Sweden and sometimes from Sweden to Norway and Denmark and so forth. So, yeah, I thought that was really interesting. So. Thanks, Ben. We got another note from someone who said that my son's university profit, like my son Jameson, my son, he said there's not enough lithium in the world. I was mentioning in the show last week, and he gave us a link to a YouTube video. But it's just some dude. You can't rely on everything from some dude. I know it's true, but maybe that's not the best link. Yeah, so we love to hear from you, as you could tell, especially when you send us praise. Contact us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com on Twitter or TikTok or Handle as Clean Energy Pod. Don't forget to check out our YouTube channel for visualizations of this podcast and other things and special features. And Brian, it's time for the world famous Lightning round. It's time for the Lighting Round, a fast paced look at the weekend clean energy news. General Motors said on Tuesday it is backing Aestablishing tougher federal emissions standards to help ensure at least 50% of new vehicles sold by 2030 or zero emission. Now, you'll recall that the Cafe standards that California and other states set before were opposed by some car companies. Yeah, and Toyota was one of them. Just got to mention that. But now General Motors, who are all in an EVs, say, bring it on, hell, speed it up. And you know why? Because their competition in Japan are going to be screwed. Yeah, they're ahead of Japan. Way ahead of Japan. And then arguably ahead of a lot of people who are not Tesla or Rivian or other people who are fully EV, the founder and owner of the outdoor apparel brand Patagonia Yvonned, we'll call him yvonne has given his US $3 billion company away to especially design trust, ensuring all profits in perpetuity are used to fight climate change and preserve wild spaces, which is unusual. He gave his whole company worth $3 billion. That's amazing. Powerful statement from Antonio Guters yesterday at the UN general assembly. He is calling on nations to tax fossil fuel companies. It's high time to put fossil fuel producers, investors and enablers on notice. Polluters must pay. And today I'm calling on all developed economies to tax the windfall profits of fossil fuel companies. Those funds should be redirected in two ways. Two countries suffering loss and damage caused by the climate crisis, and to people struggling with rising food and energy prices. I hope people do that. I hope developed countries do do that, because I've had it with fossil fuel companies. Yeah. And as we know, wealthy countries tend to do better in these sorts of things. And the poorer countries are the ones that are getting the short end of the stick. As usual, it's time for a clean energy. So fast fact beef has the worst average kilograms of Co 2 food at nearly 100. That is to say 1 beef. That seems insane. Can you guess? Brian Stockton, what major food group that James loves comes in second in terms of CO2 for us in terms of CO2, and I won't tease you any longer, it's dark chocolate, which is what at half? Oh, no. Can we not have good things? Oh, man. Do we have to stop eating dark chocolate? I love dark chocolate. No one's talking about stop eating to eat dark chocolate, but we're talking about stopping eating beef. We eat a lot more beef and kilograms of dark chocolate, except for possibly meat. For every kilogram of beef, there's a kilogram of dark chocolate in meat. That's basically the two things I eat. A little bit of beef, a little bit of dark chocolate. Washing it down from Auris Technica. We talked about gas stoves releasing hazardous air pollutants before while they're operating, but even while they're turned off, according to a new study, some of these leaks can go undetected. And although gas distributors adding odorant to the natural gas to ensure that people smell the leaks before there's an explosion risk the smell may not be strong enough for residents to know. Smell leaks. Some people have a much stronger sense of smell than others. My daughter was telling me this the other day and I thought she was crazy. No, they're super smellers. There are people with insanely sensitive noses, and you have to think the guy at the supermarket who smells with terrible bo is one of these people who can't smell. Like, what happens with those people? They just get used to it or what? Yeah, but people have different senses of smells. I just want to know if my deal isn't working, if you people would tell me. I hope you would. In particular, those who have lost their sense of smell, whether from culvert or other causes, may not smell large leaks. Even so, one study found that 5% of homes had leaks. That's terrible. Do you still have natural gas in your stove? I do the cooktop, but I've been shopping around for induction cooktops and hope to put one in soon. And they'll probably put it in during the podcast. Yes, I've been hearing drills and saws I don't know. Hopefully it doesn't make the microphone here. I think I color up the podcast. Wonderfully. Add some texture to it. Beyond my illness. This week, the same study showed that leaking natural gas contain multiple hazardous air pollutants, including benzene and cancer causing agents. So boo to that. From clean technica Pan African resources. Ten megawatt solar plant in South Africa saves $170,000 a month on the gold mines electric bill. That takes about five years to pay off, but after that brian, it's gravy. Gravy. It's like having a gold mine. Totally. I'm laughing at myself. Uber has announced its Comfort Electric program is expanding to Canada and rolling out to more cities in the United States. The Comfort Electric program launched back in May, allowing customers to specifically request a ride in an electric vehicle, like a Tesla Poll Star, Ford Mustang mocky. What do you think of that? Yeah, that's interesting. And I don't normally take Uber because I have a car, but when I had my back problem, I needed to take it to an appointment I had. So I took an Uber. And you could choose an eco. Uber was one of the options, so I thought I better try that. And gives me something to talk about on the podcast. So the car that came and got me, it must have been like a Corolla hybrid or something. I was hoping for a Tesla, but now it seemed like a normal Corolla. But I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume it was. It was a four cylinder, which qualifies as a new car around here. But then on the way home from the appointment, I thought, well, I'm in a hurry. I'll just pick whatever. And I got picked up by the largest SUV I have ever seen in my life. Is that right? Why use that as an Uber? Why? It seems an odd choice to use as an Uber vehicle. Oh, my God. Especially nowadays. Yeah. From wind power monthly. Update your subscription, people. NorDx boosts a six megawatt onshore wind turbine rotor, and it's going to be 175 meters off the ground. That is taller than the Washington Monument. This is almost half that, and it is onshore. Interesting. Oh, it's time for another CES fast fact. How many of the giant GE Halead X offshore wind turbines, which I just mentioned, which are 14 MW, would you need to power all of Great Britain? Brian? 60 00 60 00 60 00 to power all of Great Britain? Did I say the US? At first? I don't remember. Check the tape. Don't listen to the show. Get the magnetizer out. Erase the tape. These old men on this podcast we're talking about magnetizers. Ram promises electric pickup lineup that will challenge Ford and Rivian in range and beyond. So, finally, Ram is the last people you're wondering what's coming. There we are. It's all coming. Bring it on. Dimeler has unveiled their long range transport truck. This is a semi for the highway. Has a 600 kilowatt hour battery and a 500 kilowatt meter range. There's about 300 miles. We use LFP batteries, which is the cheaper batteries, less energy dense, resulting in shorter range for the same weight. But Mercedes says it is gaining in longevity because the company says it expects the vehicle to last for ten years, which is a lot for a semi truck and 1.2 million. Then you can probably just put a new battery because the other components are probably in pretty good shape, I'm guessing. Yeah, I'd be a little surprised if LFP batteries are kind of energy dense enough to work for a semi, because a semi has also got to carry a big load. So if the batteries are too heavy, it kind of takes away from your payload. But obviously they think it'll work. Oh, look at this. A bonus. CES fast fact. Brian, the boldest solar park in India is the largest solar farm in the world, about $1 billion per gigawatt. That's a nuclear reactor is about a gigawatt, right? Okay. So it produces 2.5 gigawatts of power, or about 2.25 nuclear reactors. Given solar is 20% of its peak overall PowerPoint, that means about $5 billion per equivalent nuclear reactor without any storage considerations. So you wonder what it's just another case of what the cost of solar is. Nuclear is without storage, and it's about $5 billion per reactor right now, but that's getting cheaper, and we expect that it's going to half in the 2030s. So that's incredible. And from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, we have not cited them as a source before. California is planning legislation to allow human composting starting in 2027, californians will be able to choose human composting as an alternative burial option. Great. Oh, sure, you clap now, but it's one more recyclable to keep track of. I know eggshells and coffee grounds are okay, but what about Uncle Rick? Is he compost or disposal? The first state to allow human composting was Washington in 2019. Other states that have legalized the practice include Oregon, Colorado and Vermont. It is a problem because we cremate a lot of bodies and we probably don't need all those carbon emissions. And finally, this week, tesla loses its infamous most shorted stock title to Apple. Your thoughts? Brian Stockton wow, that's a man. I had not heard that. I mean, Apple is probably a bad choice to short as well. I don't know why people would short Apple. These are two things that you love, tesla and Apple. Yeah, you just cited all the Apple boxes you have, and they're not for apples, they're for MacBook. Yeah, no, it's true. Certainly the growth days of Apple are behind them. So they're maybe not the powerhouse stock that they once were, but they seem on very solid ground. So shorting Apple is probably a bad idea, just like shorting Tesla is a bad idea. Well, that is our show for this week. We'd love to hear from you again. Our contact email address is cleanenergy show@gmail.com. Pick up your pen right now. Send us a message because we love to hear from you. Clean energy bot on Twitter and TikTok YouTube channel. ... So if you're new to the show or to subscribe on your podcast app to get new episodes delivered every week, reading review when possible, and we'll see you next week. Yeah, see you next week.

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Abel Freidemberg – Senador Provincial UCR. Portezuelo, El Baqueano. La matriz productiva de San Rafael y la provincia

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 17:30


Abel Freidemberg – Senador Provincial UCR. Portezuelo, El Baqueano. La matriz productiva de San Rafael y la provincia

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Fabricio Abaurre – Secretario General del SUTE en San Rafael. Enojo por la suma de horas de clases en algunas escuelas

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 20:07


Fabricio Abaurre – Secretario General del SUTE en San Rafael. Enojo por la suma de horas de clases en algunas escuelas

Work @ Home RockStar Podcast
WHR 3.85 : Katie McManus

Work @ Home RockStar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 45:05


In today's episode, we are joined by Coach, Strategist, and Speaker, Katie McManus, to talk all about her business and how she grew it exponentially. She also shares her story, starting from her bad relationship with money, hitting rock bottom, and finally climbing to the top.   Katie's motto is "stop being a weenie" -  which speaks perfectly to her belief that anything can be accomplished with a little bravery.   Mission-Driven Entrepreneurs coach with Katie to get out of overwhelmed and into a plan that actually fits. Because they've tried all the other business coaching programs, up to now - nothing's worked.   Katie's a straightforward business strategist and coach who believes in empowered decision-making over waiting for motivation to strike.   With a background in B2C and B2B sales, Katie was trained in Executive Business Coaching and Leadership Development at the Co-Active Training Institute in San Rafael, California. She's a CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) and an ACC (Associate Certified Coach) with the International Coaching Federation.   She loves traveling, her goofy dog Luna, and celebrating clients' wins with good champagne.   Learn more about Katie at: Website: https://www.katiemcmanus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katiemcmanusleadership/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/katie.mcmanus.leadership IG: https://www.instagram.com/katie.the.coach/   Join her Build Your Own Business program: https://byob.katiemcmanus.com/   ——— I love connecting with Work at Home RockStars! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via email   Website

Crosscurrents
Rebel Kings Of Oakland / Will The A's Stay Or Go? / Why Doesn't BART Go To Marin? / New Arrivals: Meleah Ekstrand

Crosscurrents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 21:32


Today, we join the Rebel Kings of Oakland, a group of drag kings who have been incubating new drag performers for over a decade, one of the oldest gay bars in the West. Then, we hear about the A's proposed new stadium in the Port of Oakland. And, we'll hear why you can't ride BART home from an A's game if you live in Marin. Also, we'll hear a reading from San Rafael author Meleah Ekstrand.

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Rolo Rivero brindará en San Rafael una Clínica de Perfeccionamiento Técnico e Individual

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:16


Rolo Rivero brindará en San Rafael una Clínica de Perfeccionamiento Técnico e Individual

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Córdoba - 15/09/22

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 15:06


La comisión de seguimiento del convenio de colaboración suscrito en su día por el Ayuntamiento y la Diputación de Córdoba, la Consejería de Cultura y Patrimonio Histórico de la Junta de Andalucía y el Gobierno central, para la exhumación e identificación de restos en las fosas comunes de los cementerios municipales de San Rafael y de La Salud, ha celebrado una reunión, donde se ha dado cuenta del cumplimiento de los compromisos y la financiación para las exhumaciones. Así se establece el procedimiento de contratación del servicio de exhumación de restos óseos en los dos camposantos cordobeses y se ha redactado toda la documentación técnica para llevar a cabo la licitación, con un importe estimado de 1,6 millones de euros. Escuchar audio

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Paulo Campi, presidente HCD San Rafael – Obras y reuniones con presidentes de HCD Alvear y Malargüe por fondos de Portezuelo

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 17:23


Paulo Campi, presidente HCD San Rafael – Obras y reuniones con presidentes de HCD Alvear y Malargüe por fondos de Portezuelo

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Horacio Gómez - Director de Deportes de Municipio San Rafael - Torneos nacionales en la ciudad y su importancia

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 13:56


Horacio Gómez - Director de Deportes de Municipio San Rafael - Torneos nacionales en la ciudad y su importancia

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Juan Gasman – Director espacios verdes Municipio San Rafael. Plan de forestación en la ciudad y distritos

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 15:32


Juan Gasman – Director espacios verdes Municipio San Rafael. Plan de forestación en la ciudad y distritos

ContenderCast with Justin Honaman

Since 1987, Jennifer Maxwell has been powering the fitness world with energy bars. Maxwell, who founded PowerBar with her late husband, Brian Maxwell, sold the company in 2000 to Nestle.  When her husband passed away suddenly in 2004, she took some time to  heal and to raise her six children, but soon set about crafting an energy bar for a new generation. Headquartered in San Rafael not far from Maxwell's home in Ross, JAMBAR, whose name is inspired by Maxwell's passion for music, makes organic,  naturally sweetened energy bars crafted with high-quality protein and  fiber. Jennifer joins Justin to discuss this new bar brand!

KQED’s Forum
At Age 9, Poet Javier Zamora Migrated from El Salvador Alone. In 'Solito,' He Tells that Story

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 55:30


When he was 9, poet Javier Zamora traveled 3,000 miles by bus, boat and on foot, without family or friends, from El Salvador to the United States. The trip was supposed to take two weeks. It tooknine. Along the way, Zamora was embraced by fellow migrants and folded into a makeshift family. With them, Zamora encountered corrupt police officers and was robbed of the little money he had. He scrambled over mountains and under barbed wire fences that laced the desert border, all so he could be reunited with his parents who lived in Marin and who he had not seen in years. Thousandsof immigrants, including children, have experienced similar journeys, but few have described them as eloquently as Zamora. We'll talk to Zamora about those nine weeks to the border, which he recounts in his new memoir “Solito,” and his experience as an immigrant growing up in San Rafael. Guests: Javier Zamora, Author of the memoir "Solito," Zamora has been a Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University and a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. He is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. His debut poetry collection, which focuses on the impact of war and immigration on his family, is titled "Unaccompanied."

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Mariana Cuello – Vicepresidenta de la Cámara Joven de San Rafael. Capacitación «Cómo gestionar mi tiempo» que será el 16 de septiembre

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 7:55


Mariana Cuello – Vicepresidenta de la Cámara Joven de San Rafael. Capacitación «Cómo gestionar mi tiempo» que será el 16 de septiembre

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Stella Maris Saigg – Vicepresidente de ALCEC San Rafael. Taller «Luzca bien, siéntase mejor» para mujeres oncológicas para el día 14 de septiembre en la sede de la institución

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 6:57


Stella Maris Saigg – Vicepresidente de ALCEC San Rafael. Taller «Luzca bien, siéntase mejor» para mujeres oncológicas para el día 14 de septiembre en la sede de la institución

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Candela Luján – Nos comenta del Argentino de Rafting, evento que llega a San Rafael el 9 y 10 de septiembre

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 6:36


Candela Luján – Nos comenta del Argentino de Rafting, evento que llega a San Rafael el 9 y 10 de septiembre

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Roberto Casado – Presidente de la Sociedad Rural de San Rafael. Su visión sobre el dólar soja anunciado por el gobierno

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:34


Roberto Casado – Presidente de la Sociedad Rural de San Rafael. Su visión sobre el dólar soja anunciado por el gobierno

Radio Córdoba
Comienzan los trabajos de localización de la gran fosa del Cementerio de San Rafael

Radio Córdoba

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 12:04


Hablamos con el equipo de la Sociedad de Ciencias Aranzadi que interviene en el Cemenerio de San Rafael en Córdoba en busca de la gran fosa de la posguerra

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Adrián Vergani – Director Defensa Civil San Rafael – Prevención de incendios en esta temporada

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 8:52


Adrián Vergani – Director Defensa Civil San Rafael – Prevención de incendios en esta temporada

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Aluhe Codaro Y Myrna Fantauzzi, integrantes de la obra de Teatro «El Varieté de San Rafael»

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 8:51


Aluhe Codaro Y Myrna Fantauzzi, integrantes de la obra de Teatro «El Varieté de San Rafael»

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David Mattei, integrante de Corazón Enduro San Rafael. El próximo sábado 10 de septiembre realizaran la sexta fecha del campeonato provincial de Enduro

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 17:59


David Mattei, integrante de Corazón Enduro San Rafael. El próximo sábado 10 de septiembre realizaran la sexta fecha del campeonato provincial de Enduro

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Mara Arce, vecina de San Rafael. Le robaron los estudios médicos necesarios para conseguir los audífonos de su hijo de diez años

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 15:18


Mara Arce, vecina de San Rafael. Le robaron los estudios médicos necesarios para conseguir los audífonos de su hijo de diez años

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Lucas Vavala, vecino de San Rafael. Presentan un proyecto para que los bomberos voluntarios reciban apoyo del estado

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 15:38


Lucas Vavala, vecino de San Rafael. Presentan un proyecto para que los bomberos voluntarios reciban apoyo del estado

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Ariel «Cabezón» Rodríguez, mecánico de capital que se instala en San Rafael para Speedway

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 9:43


Ariel «Cabezón» Rodríguez, mecánico de capital que se instala en San Rafael para Speedway

The Neil Haley Show
Dr Ilya Skolnikoff

The Neil Haley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 14:00


A native of San Francisco, Dr. Skolnikoff lives and practices in nearby San Rafael in Marin County, California.  With a father who was a psychiatrist, and a brother who is a Marriage and Family Therapist and a wife who is a pharmacist, he has a prominent presence as a health professional whom is sought out by many from all over the country for hard to fix health puzzles.   His approach is very different and extremely effective.  Dr. Skolnikoff wants to “save the world” by helping people get healthy one person at a time and by educating his patients about miraculous, direct and effective Skolnikoff Method approach. Awarded Outstanding Speaker for his talk at CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia where he shared the stage with Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Dr. Marc Siegel, Dr. Joycelyn Elders, Evander Holyfield and Jenae Noonan

The Hoffman Podcast
S5e2: Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D. – The Newness & Magic of Being

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:47


This episode with Felipe Jain, M.D. is so full of amazing things, it's hard to know how to describe all that you'll hear. Felipe did the Hoffman Process when he was twenty-five. He was in his third year as a medical student at Harvard Medical School. He was driven and ambitious, but found relationships to be a challenge for him. One of the wonderful moments Felipe remembers from his Process is when his emotional self finally got to speak up for himself and stand up to his intellect. He shares how amazing it was to just experience the magic of this child within himself - a child who is wonderful, beautiful, and fun. Now, many years later, Felipe is a Psychiatrist, a Researcher, a Neuroscientist, and a Professor at Harvard Medical School. As you'll hear in this episode, Felipe, through the Process, found and continues to develop a beautiful balance between all four aspects of his Quadrinity. He also has been able to use aspects of his Process experience as well as some of what he learned there in his work as a Psychiatrist. One magical part of this episode is how Felipe describes his experience of Being. A meditator for over thirty years (he started at age 13 or 14), he has deepened his relationship with people and nature by coming to know how to shift perspectives and learn to truly take in what another is experiencing. Felipe describes the evolution of Being and the nature of Being through metaphor and physics. You've got to listen to and feel what he shares. Be sure to take time to discover more about Felipe's work and the resources he's made available to us all. More About Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D.: Originally from San Rafael, CA, Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D., is Director of Healthy Aging Studies at the Depression Clinical Research Program of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. His research group aims to develop new guided imagery and mindfulness tools for people caring for loved ones with chronic illness. Additionally, his lab studies objective brain connectivity, stress hormones, and other biological markers of psychotherapy treatment. This research is funded by competitive grants from the National Institutes of Health and private foundations. Dr. Jain also treats patients – predominantly with treatment-resistant depression – in private practice. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Felipe teaches medical students tools for resilience and serves on the MD Advisory Board of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. He also supervises psychiatry trainees in the number one ranked Massachusetts General Hospital-McLean psychiatry residency program. Dr. Jain's most recent endeavors include studying smartphone delivery of psychotherapy, researching brain activity occasioned by psychedelics, writing a book on guided imagery and mindfulness, and creating a startup based on his mobile application platform development. When not working, he enjoys meditating, crafting poetry, reading sci-fi, playing tennis with his two children (ages 7 and 9), hiking in the Middlesex Fells, and laughing for no reason on his back porch. Dr. Jain is also a Hoffman Institute Foundation Board Member. We are grateful for his willingness to share his expertise, experience, and love to further Hoffman's goal of bringing peace to the world one person at a time. As mentioned in this episode: 14 Billion years: the age of the Universe Quark: "A quark (/kwɔːrk, kwɑːrk/) is a type of elementary particle and a fundamental constituent of matter." Wikipedia Lao Tzu (or Laozi): 6th-century BC ancient Chinese philosopher and writer Lao Tzu, is believed to be the author of the Tao Te Ching. He is also "the founder of philosophical Taoism and a deity in religious Taoism and traditional Chinese religions." Wikipedia The Tao Te Ching: "The Tao Te Ching, along with the Zhuangzi, is a fundamental text for both philosophical and religious Taoism." Wikipedia FernHillCenter.org:

Dial RadioTV
Maribel Castilla, piloto de San Rafael, regresa al motociclismo

Dial RadioTV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 10:19


Maribel Castilla, piloto de San Rafael, regresa al motociclismo

Eyewitness History
Famed Boxing Announcer Gives Eyewitness Account Of Calling Some Of The Most Historic Matches

Eyewitness History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 67:56


Barry Tompkins is a 48-year network television veteran. He is a play-by-play broadcaster, a four-time Emmy Award winner, and in 2006 was voted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame for his work as a boxing commentator.Barry was born and raised in San Francisco and began his career in local television at KPIX TV in 1968. Since then he has spent five years at NBC, ten years at HBO, eight years at ESPN, fifteen years at Fox Sports and currently does the ShoBox and Championship Boxing series' for Showtime while continuing to do a full schedule of college football and basketball.His credits include play-by-play commentary of The Super Bowl, the Rose Bowl, the NCAA Final Four, eight Olympic Games, The Tour de France, Wimbledon, the French Open and the U.S. Open Tennis, the World Gymnastics Championships, World Swimming and Diving Championships, World Figure Skating Championships, and horse racing's Triple Crown, World Cup Skiing, San Francisco Giants baseball, and over 200 World Championship fights.In addition he has covered the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA golf events, The Indy 500, Baseball World Series, hockey Stanley Cup, and the Soccer World Cup.Barry spent 35 years associated nationally with Pac 12 Conference football and basketball, and currently does Mountain West Conference football and Mountain West and WCC basketball for Time Warner Cable, Root Sports and Comcast Sports. He is also a weekly contributor on CSN Bay Area's Yahoo Sports Talk Live, a nightly one-hour sports conversation show.In addition to his broadcasting work, Barry writes a humor column for the Marin Independent Journal and is a contributing columnist for Comcast Sports Net Bay Area. He also teaches Storytelling for Television at Dominican University in San Rafael, CA.He is married to author Joan Ryan. They live in Sausalito, California. They have a son, Ryan who is 24 and are parents to a 3-year old Border Collie-Great Pyrenees mix named Rosie.Source: http://barrytompkins.com/

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
Using satellites to monitor oil spills in Ecuador's Amazon

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 7:56


Photo provided to EOSDA by Alejandra Yépez Jácome. Article written by Vera Petryk, Chief Marketing Officer at EOS Data Analytics who explains how oil spills can be monitored more effectively using new technologies. For centuries, indigenous people have been living at one with nature in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest — a biodiversity-rich place on our planet. These days, its flora and fauna are being damaged due to oil extraction, and indigenous people's well-being is threatened. Using satellites to monitor oil spills in Ecuador's Amazon In 2020, the country's largest oil spill in 15 years happened. Almost two years later, the environmental disaster repeated. EOS Data Analytics talked with indigenous people about the 2020 incident and analyzed satellite imagery of one affected zone to assess the spill's consequences. Bad April On April 7, 2020, OCP, SOTE, and Poliducto Shushufindi-Quito pipelines in the upper part of the Coca river burst after a landslide causing a spill of crude oil and fuel in the San Rafael sector, on the border between the Sucumbíos and Napo provinces. The oil soon washed downstream, polluting the Napo River (the Amazon's tributary) and even reaching the Peruvian town of Cabo Pantoja. After the spill: dirty water, toxic land Native Amazonians living nearby the pipelines and using Coca and Napo river waters for daily needs faced the oil spill consequences immediately. “The smell was very strong, and when we went to see the river, it was covered with oil. At first, we neither knew what to do nor where to go. The Napo river is our last water source; it's crucial for people living on its banks,” says René Tapuy, trustee of the Río Indillama commune and a member of the Kichwa nationality. Oil Spills In The Ecuadorian Amazon: A Never-ending Tragedy | Social Case by EOS Data Analytics Video: EOS Data Analytics The spill leaves local communities without clean river water for everyday needs. On top of that, oil pollution negatively impacts the region's biodiversity. “Before the spill, several species of fish lived in the river. There is a specific month when the female bocachicos go to the lagoons to lay their eggs. That month, the Kichwa people were happy fishing. There were also fish that came down every 2–3 days. The difference is that there aren't many fish anymore. Now you can only see a few fish, either dead or skinny,” notes Verónica Grefa, leader of the Kichwa community of Toyuca. Contaminated indigenous lands overlap the Bajo Napo Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) — home to over 580 species of birds and animals, such as jaguars, zigzag herons, tyrant flycatchers, harpy eagles, lowland tapirs, and Amazon river dolphins. These species are already endangered due to deforestation and poaching for the wildlife trade. Oil spills aggravate the situation. With around 15,800 barrels of oil spilled, the 2020 spill became the largest in the last 15 years. Alexandra Almeida of the environmental organization Acción Ecológica notes that 360 kilometers of rivers were polluted. According to the October 2020 report, water and soil samples taken on the Coca and Napo river banks had contaminants like hydrocarbons and heavy metals (e.g., vanadium, nickel, and lead). For instance, one sample contained 191 times more lead than the norm. So, indigenous people from affected areas no longer had access to clean water and food even though the cleanup operations took place. Satellite monitoring of oil extraction and transportation areas Satellite-based monitoring of territories where oil fields are located and through which petroleum pipelines go allows learning about the state of infrastructure and the area of interest and timely spotting abnormalities. Based on the analytics results, oil companies and authorities can solve an emerging problem or evaluate the scope of damage to nature. “Specialists can keep track of erosion-prone areas to know about risks to pipelines' integrity in advance and take needed actions to avoid incidents. F...

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
8-9am- Talking to Horses & People Pleasers

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:12


There's some audio of Britney Spears and Elton John singing at a party, Ozzy quit acid after talking to a horse, you can take a class on Taylor Swift lyrics, Sammy Hagar has a song called Thank You that was inspired by a dream about Eddie Van Halen, a video of a San Rafael policeman is caught doing something wrong, 49 percent of people consider them a people pleaser, things Gen Zers say they dislike about themselves, and Vinnie reads your texts!

The Mark Thompson Show Podcast
Mark Thompson: San Rafael Officer Drops Off Homeless Man in SF

The Mark Thompson Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 19:12


A video shows a San Rafael police officer dropping off a homeless man in San Francisco. Listen as Mark Thompson explains the situation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KGO 810 Podcast
Mark Thompson: San Rafael Officer Drops Off Homeless Man in SF

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 19:12


A video shows a San Rafael police officer dropping off a homeless man in San Francisco. Listen as Mark Thompson explains the situation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Private Practice Success Stories
How to Build Your Private Practice by Taking Little Steps Every Day with Liz Seagrave Tantareanu

Private Practice Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 33:55


Do you feel overwhelmed by the idea of starting a private practice?  Many SLPs and OTs feel that way and it's totally understandable. Starting a whole business can seem like an impossible task when you are already dealing with overflowing caseloads. Rest assured, it can still be done! By taking little steps every day, you will be ready to take on your first private practice clients in no time.  In today's episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with Liz Seagrave Tantareanu to talk about how she did it little by little and now has a successful practice. You'll also learn how she became a Medicare provider and how she deals with things like people pleasing and perfectionism.  Liz is the founder of Golden Coast Speech Therapy Services in San Rafael, California, and has been a practicing speech-language pathologist for over 10 years. Liz's clinical interests include neurogenic voice disorders and Parkinson's Disease, care of the professional voice, gender-affirming voice therapy, early intervention for language delays and speech sound disorders, and literacy development. She is trained in LSVT LOUD®, SPEAK OUT!®, PhoRTE voice therapy, and Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk®.  Liz received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Science in Medical Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Washington. Her graduate work included research in the Vocal Function Lab at UW, investigating the construct of listener effort and speech intelligibility in individuals following total laryngectomy.   She completed a graduate internship at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford and a Clinical Fellowship at the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System in West Los Angeles. She has worked across a range of settings and patient populations, including an interdisciplinary pediatric clinic, preschool early intervention classrooms, and acute and outpatient care, before founding Golden Coast Speech Therapy Services in 2020.  In Today's Episode, We Discuss: How Liz got started in the profession and decided to start a private practice When Liz decided to make her first hire How becoming a Medicare provider grew her business Why confidence comes from taking action The importance of doing it scared How private practice allows Liz full control of her professional and personal life The benefits of taking small steps to start your own practice It's totally possible to jump into your private practice if that's what you want. Just remember that it's also okay if you just want to dabble and take it slow. As long as you do something to move the needle forward, even if it's just writing what you want down on paper, you're one step closer to making it happen.  Liz is the perfect example of taking small steps to help you build big dreams. If you want to learn how we help SLPs and OTs start, grow and scale private practices, please visit http://www.independentclinician.com (www.IndependentClinician.com).  Resources Mentioned:  Check out Liz's website: https://www.goldencoastspeech.com/ (https://www.goldencoastspeech.com/) Follow Liz on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goldencoastspeech (https://www.facebook.com/goldencoastspeech) Podcast episode with Rene Robles and Christina Ramos: https://independentclinician.com/where-are-they-now-did-they-open-five-clinics-in-five-years-with-rene-robles-and-cristina-ramos-ccc-slp/ (https://independentclinician.com/where-are-they-now-did-they-open-five-clinics-in-five-years-with-rene-robles-and-cristina-ramos-ccc-slp/) Where We Can Connect:  Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199) Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/ Follow Me on Facebook:...

Rebel Force Radio: Star Wars Podcast
Industrial Light & Magic Time Machine

Rebel Force Radio: Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 120:44 Very Popular


So much new info about George Lucas's legendary special effects company has been revealed via new documentary series like “Light and Magic” and “Icons Unearthed: Star Wars”. In 1978, George moved ILM from Southern California up north to San Rafael into a facility on Kerner Blvd, where it stayed until 2005. Thanks to veteran filmmaker Sean House, RFR was recently allowed access to this former home of ILM and important location of film history. This is the place where STAR WARS special effects from EMPIRE to REVENGE OF THE SITH were created, not to mention RAIDERS, E.T., Jurassic Park and so many more groundbreaking films. It's still in use today as 32Ten Studios and still creating amazing effects. Effects wiz Sean House joins us to talk about his career, his history with ILM and shares behind-the-scenes stories you've never heard before about working with George Lucas and Rick McCallum. Thanks to the help of loyal RFR listeners, Jason has solved his problem with Star Wars action figures falling down. We also talk about newer action figure releases from Black Series to Retro Vintage and more.

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour
Meleah Ekstrand writes how-to on swaddling babies

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 2:05


San Rafael author Meleah Ekstrand reads from her new book, "Swaddle Me Up." It's a how-to on swaddling babies and wearing babies in carriers with parenting tips and humor mixed in. It came out on August 9, 2022.

Back to the Future: The Podcast
Do I Know Your Mother? (Stella Baines) with Frances Lee McCain

Back to the Future: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 47:42


July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy. FRANCES LEE MCCAIN returned to New York where she appeared on Broadway in Woody Allen's Play it Again Sam, and off-Broadway in Lanford Wilson's Lemon Sky, creating the role of Carol. She joined the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco under William Ball and played a variety of roles in repertory. Apple's Way TV show (1974-75) and other 1970s work She began her career in film and television after appearing opposite Jon Voight and Faye Dunaway in A Streetcar Named Desire, eventually co-starring with Ronny Cox as the female lead in her own television series, CBS-TV's Apple's Way in 1974. She appeared in a variety of television series and miniseries throughout the 1970s, including the Quincy ME episode Eye Of The Needle playing a Holistic practitioner. In 1978 she played Charles Grodin's wife in Albert Brooks' debut feature film, Real Life. 1980s acting work In the 1980s, she was cast in several major films, usually always playing the mother of a main character. In 1984, she co-starred in the blockbuster film Gremlins as Lynn Peltzer, the mother of main character, Billy Peltzer (played by Zach Galligan). Also that year, she played Ethel McCormack, mother to Kevin Bacon's character, in Footloose. In 1985 she appeared in the hit film Back to the Future as Stella Baines, the mother to the character played by Lea Thompson. In 1986, she played the role of Mrs. Lachance, the mother of Gordie Lachance (played by Wil Wheaton), in the hit drama film Stand by Me. Later work McCain continued to work in television after relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1980s and also appeared in Scream (1996) as the mother of Rose McGowan's character, and Patch Adams (1998). She received a Master's Degree in Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2000, and continues to work in Theater extensively in the San Francisco Area. In 2004 McCain initiated a theater project based on oral histories of the blue collar workers responsible for the building and maintaining of the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico which received workshop readings at the Lensic Center for Performing Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, most recently at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. McCain is an Associate Artist of the ZSpace Studio in San Francisco, and is an ensemble member of the AlterTheater Ensemble in San Rafael, California. Order the "Back from the Future" paperback with expanded material! Amazon- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFutureBook Bookshop- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFuturebook Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/BackFromtheFutureBook Mango- https://bit.ly/BackfromTheFutureBook Chapters indigo- https://bit.ly/BackFromThefutureBook Buy the BACK FROM THE FUTURE Book. ORDER: BOND, James Bond now! CLICK HERE. Back to the Future: The Podcast is produced and presented by Brad Gilmore, and is not affiliated with the Back to the Future franchise. This show is meant for entertainment and documentary purposes only, and does not intend to infringe on any copyrights of Universal Pictures, Back to the Future, or any of its characters, clips or music. Brad Gilmore expresses views and statements which represent that of the hosts and the guests of the program alone. The statements made on this program are in no way intended to represent views of any other organization affiliated with the hosts or guests and in no way represent the views of the sponsors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Women Beyond a Certain Age Podcast
A Musical Life with Shari Ulrich

Women Beyond a Certain Age Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 53:42


Shari Ulrich is with us this week to chat with Denise about old times in San Rafael and her life in music. Shari is a musician, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, and singer-songwriter. In 2014 Shari was awarded the Canadian Folk Music Award for English Songwriter of the Year. Her newest release and 9th solo album, Back To Shore, was produced by daughter and shining prize, Julia Graff. Her music is amazing, check it out at the links below! Shari's links: Website: https://www.shariulrich.com Buy music: https://www.shariulrich.com/music/back-to-shore YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/shariulrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shari_here/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShariUlrichMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/shariulrich Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6jkynKLYD5oRF63ii7qUn0 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/shari-ulrich/id30681679 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/shari-ulrich   Women Beyond a Certain Age is an award-winning weekly podcast with Denise Vivaldo. She brings her own lively, humorous, and experienced viewpoint to the topics she discusses with her guests. The podcast covers wide-ranging subjects of importance to older women.   SHOW LINKS Website: https://womenbeyond.podbean.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WomenBeyond/ Follow our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WomenBeyond/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenbeyondacertainage/ Episode archive: https://womenbeyond.podbean.com Email us: WomenBeyond@icloud.com Denise Vivaldo is the host of WBACA. Her info lives here: https://denisevivaldogroup.com/ More of Denise's info is here: https://denisevivaldo.com Cindie Flannigan is the producer WBACA. Her info lives here: https://linktr.ee/cindieflannigan Denise and Cindie's books: https://www.amazon.com/Denise-Vivaldo/e/B001K8QNRA%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

We Are One Marin Podcast
Salon B Part I

We Are One Marin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 25:37


S1 | E11:  We made an appointment with Bishlam Bullock at Salon B in San Rafael for this episode and haircuts were just the beginning of the conversation.  We spoke to him about his hairstyling history, his business history, his personal history and what he learned along the way.  Colorist, stylist, specialist - or is the specialty something else entirely?  The answer may surprise you, so stay tuned for a look in the mirror at Salon B as we highlight how Marin works. Guest:  Bishlam Bullock, Salon B www.salonbsanrafael.com For more information on today's episode follow us on Instagram at weareonemarin_podcast

We Are One Marin Podcast
Salon B Part II

We Are One Marin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:26


S1 | E12:  As promised, we're back with Bishlam Bullock, the owner of Salon B, which is the only Black-owned storefront on 4th Street in San Rafael.  In Part II, we go back to Bishlam's childhood in Marin City and learn how that foundation invigorated his activism today.  Welcome back. Guest:  Bishlam Bullock, Salon B www.salonbsanrafael.com For more information on today's episode follow us on Instagram at weareonemarin_podcast

MuniciPals Golf Podcast
Peacock Gap Golf Club - Municipals Golf - Episode 73

MuniciPals Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 64:44


Ashton brings the scuba with FOTP Chris, JD and Paul to a deeper dive on Peacock Gap Golf Club in San Rafael, California (https://www.peacockgapgolfclub.com/). Show some love to our partners at Envision Golf in Portland! Practice your golf game on over 200 courses with real-time stats or play a fun round with friends and enjoy drinks & food 365 days out of the year & always at an ideal temperature of 72 degrees. Book now at: https://envisiongolf.com/

Kaleidoscope of Possibilities
EP 58 – The Science of Addiction with Dr. David Smith

Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:12


To watch the video of this episode, please go to: https://youtu.be/NdaFuJuggxE   What is really happening with addiction and what does recovery actually entail?   How do psychedelics work with addiction, trauma, and mental disorders?   What is the future of addiction treatment and recovery?   Discover these fascinating insights into addiction and trauma and so much more in this powerful episode of Kaleidoscope of Possibilities: Alternative Perspectives on Mental Health in which Dr. Adriana Popescu is joined by addiction treatment pioneer Dr. David Smith. Dr. Smith brings his lifetime of leadership in the field of addiction and recovery and shares his wisdom, experience, strength, and hope.   In this episode: Dr. Smith's history Developing a free medical clinic LSD and psychedelic medicine Psychedelic revolution How psychedelics work Trauma capsule Bad trips Integration of treatment Avery Lane The disease and dysfunctional behaviors of addiction Relapse The neurology of addiction Self-medication TJ Woodward Brainspotting The addictive process Psychedelic-assisted therapies Psilocybin MAT or Medication Assisted Therapies A vision for the future   Resources mentioned in this episode: Dr. Smith's website: http://www.drdave.org/index.html Avery Lane: https://www.averylanewomensrehab.com/ TJ Woodward: https://www.tjwoodward.com/   About Dr. Smith: Dr. David E. Smith is recognized as a national leader in the areas of the treatment of addictive disease, the psychopharmacology of drugs, new research strategies in the management of drug abuse problems, and appropriate prescribing practices for physicians. He is the Founder of the Haight-Ashbury Free Clinics in San Francisco, which merged with Walden House in mid-2011 to form HealthRIGHT 360, which provides services at multiple sites throughout California. Dr. Smith is currently the Chair of Addiction Medicine for Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services, a gender-specific residential program for teenagers suffering from substance abuse and co-occurring issues in Petaluma, California. He is also the Medical Director for Center Point, a 6-month residential therapeutic community in San Rafael, California, which provides comprehensive, integrated services to at-risk individuals and families. He also serves as Chief of Addiction Medicine for Alta Mira Recovery Programs in Sausalito, California, a private residential chemical dependency program, and is the Medical Director at Avery Lane in Novato, California, a holistic drug and alcohol rehabilitation center for women with co-occurring substance use and mental disorders and trauma. Dr. Smith has also served as Adjunct Professor at the University of California, San Francisco; as Medical Director of the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs; and as Medical Director of the California Collaborative Center for Substance Abuse Policy Research. He is a Fellow and Past President of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and of the California Society of Addiction Medicine. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the University of California, San Francisco Medal, the Peter E. Haas Public Service Award from the University of California, Berkeley, the Robert D. Sparks, MD, Leadership Achievement Award of the California Medical Association, and the Annual Award of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Smith is the Founding Editor of the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs and an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Addiction Medicine. In addition, he has authored or co-authored 26 books, written over 350 journal articles, edited 28 journals, and has been the technical consultant for 28 drug abuse-related films. He is the co-author, with Dr. Daniel G. Amen, of Unchain Your Brain: 10 Steps to Breaking the Addictions that Steal Your Life.   “We are in the midst of the biggest drug epidemic in US history and the things that we have learned about how to treat addiction should be available to all people who have addictive disorders.” – Dr. Smith   Would you like to continue this conversation and connect with other people who are interested in exploring these topics? Please join us on our Facebook group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/kaleidoscopeofpossibilitiespodcast/)   About your host: Dr. Adriana Popescu is a clinical psychologist, addiction and trauma specialist, author, speaker and empowerment coach who is based in San Francisco, California and practices worldwide.   For more information on Dr. Adriana, her sessions and classes, please visit: https://adrianapopescu.org/   To learn about her new trauma treatment program Firebird Healing, please visit the website: https://www.firebird-healing.com/   You can also follow her on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrAdrianaPopescu/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrianapopescu/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrAdrianaP Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adriana-popescu-ph-d-03793 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dradrianapopescu Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflL0zScRAZI3mEnzb6viVA Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/kaleidoscopepossibilities TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dradrianapopescu?   Disclaimer: This podcast represents the opinions of Dr. Adriana Popescu and her guests. The content expressed therein should not be taken as psychological or medical advice. The content here is for informational or entertainment purposes only. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical or treatment questions.   This website or podcast is not to be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing “standard of care” in any legal sense or as a basis for legal proceedings or expert witness testimony. Listening, reading, emailing, or interacting on social media with our content in no way establishes a client-therapist relationship.

Beyond the Breakers
Episode 68 - San Rafael

Beyond the Breakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 45:26 Transcription Available


This week we discuss the November 1901 sinking of the steamboat San Rafael in San Francisco Bay. Sources: Barbier, Alan. "The Wreck of the Ferry San Rafael." Marin History Museum, December 1991. https://web.archive.org/web/20130207014515/http://www.marinhistory.org/article_FerryWreck.html"Search for Steamer San Rafael." National Geographic, 21 May 2015. https://fieldnotes.nationalgeographic.org/expedition/insearchofsteamersanrafaelSupport the show

Atlético Play
Atlético play: oblak y lemar renovados, encuesta ronaldo

Atlético Play

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 111:00


Conexión en directo desde Los Ángeles de San Rafael con el entrenamiento del Atleti. ¡Hazte miembro de nuestro canal para disfrutar de ventajas exclusivas! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuLzYsYTP-UyXo7dnSOGag/join Ivoox: https://cutt.ly/UyVtyZ4 Spotify: https://cutt.ly/EyVtiOz Twitter: https://twitter.com/AtleticoPlay Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/atleticoplay Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atleticoplay

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD
S24 Ep5308: Donde Las Calles No Tienen Nombre

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 57:33


Una difícil conversación donde las estrictas formas y la diversidad idiomática complicaron la escena. Noticias Del Mundo: La historia de un robo millonario - Los vinos de la cava española - La mediación y la falta de confianza - Ola de calor cocina Londres - La boda de Anya Taylor Joy - El florero de la discordia - Independencia de Colombia - Galleta de la Fortuna - De Alejandro Magno a Santana - Día del Ajedrez - Día del amigo - Grupos desintegrados - El cine Opera de la San Rafael en la CDMX. Historias Desintegradas: Universidades europeas - Alemania te da la bienvenida - Su dirección por favor - Las calles de Tokio - Película de terror - El Rey León - Viejas y nuevas salas - Abejas descansando - Toda la familia al cine - Diálogo con una bici de montaña - Cuesta arriba del cerro - La historia de Grape-Kun y más... https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2022/5308_donde_las_calles_no_tienen_nombre.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast ECDQEMSD Podcast no tiene publicidad, sponsors ni organizaciones que aporten para mantenerlo al aire. Solo el sistema cooperativo de los que aportan a través de las suscripciones hacen posible que todo esto siga siendo una realidad. Gracias Dragones Dorados: https://www.canaltrans.com/radio/suscripciones.html 

Badass Bodyworkers
[ep21] Reverse Engineering Goals to Live an Aligned Life | Tobi Lessem

Badass Bodyworkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 72:40


Today's guest, Tobi Lessem, is just giving us straight FIRE in this episode! Tobi is a the owner of Bodywise Massage in San Rafael, California and has been a massage therapist for 12+ years. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This episode is sponsored by Simply Earth Wholesale. Simply Earth is a non-MLM essential oil company that donates 13% of their proceeds towards combating human trafficking. Use the code BODYWORKERS to get $30 off the already incredible wholesale prices, PLUS a $30 bonus certificate towards a future order. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WE CHAT ABOUT: - when is it time to pivot and change? - not being married to hypothetical outcomes - reverse engineering your goals - aligning your goals with your values - understanding how to navigate yourself - knowing what your North Star is - what's your role in your own the solar system? - making decisions from fear versus groundedness - recognizing FOMO, distractions, & avoidance - how to make a decision when there's so many options - finding opportunities in different states of affairs - how spiral dynamics play a role in decision making - seeing a job situation from 2 different perspectives - Covid being the “great disruptor” - procrastination is a form of perfectionism RECOMMENDED READING: Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World book by Sky Nelson-Isaacs Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change book by Don Edward Beck On Purpose: The Busy Woman's Guide to an Extraordinary Life of Meaning by Tanya Dalton SOCIALS: Badass Bodyworkers on Clubhouse Badass Bodyworkeres on Facebook Badass Bodyworkers in Instagram Contact Tobi on Facebook Visit Tobi's website [CLICK HERE TO READ FULL TRANSCRIPT]

The Official Seenagers
Laughing it up with LuLu our San Rafael Correspondent

The Official Seenagers "Can't Make This Up"

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 14:25 Transcription Available


Laughing It Up with LuLu, our San Rafael Correspondent The Official Seenagers, Never Too Late with our new San Rafael, California correspondent Lura "LuLu" Flynn. She's a pistol! Listen to how LuLu goes on an impromptu date at a guy's house, her neighbor. LuLu just happened to peek through his fence first, only to find him nude by the pool. LuLu will soon be in New York to do another episode with us in our studios. Charlie will be sure to have his clothes on. There is so much more to this episode; give a listen. The Official Seenagers, Never Too Late.. can be listened to on all the podcast players and our website. Thanks so much. We love making you laugh. https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/all-of-our-blogs (Blogs) https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/email-notifications-here (email) https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/all-episodes (previous episodes) https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/check-out-our-reviews-and-write-one-too (Reviews) https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/write-your-funny-story (tell us your funny story) https://the-official-seenagers.captivate.fm/leave-us-a-voice-mail (voicemail) 2

Buddhism for Everyone with JoAnn Fox
Episode 142 - Mindful Speech

Buddhism for Everyone with JoAnn Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 37:22 Very Popular


  When the Buddha explained the ten nonvirtuous actions to abandon, four are devoted to our speech. Our words are an incredibly powerful tool; they can build ourselves and others up. Or they can tear ourselves and others down. In a sentence they can destroy a relationship, friendship, or employment; such is the power of our speech. In fact, a mindfulness practice of purifying our speech is one that can change our lives completely.    The Four Nonvirtous Action of Speech Lying Divisive speech Harsh speech  Idle chatter    5 Factors of Right Speech: Is it true? Is it beneficial?  Is it kind? Is it spoken with a mind of good will? Is is the right time?   The karmic results of the 4 Nonvirtuous actions of speech which are similar to the cause, explained by Je Tsongkhapa: [as a result of lying] others would slander you a great deal, and they would deceive you;  [as a result of divisive speech] your helpers would not get along and would misbehave; [as a result of offensive speech] you would hear unpleasant and quarrelsome speech; [183]  [as a result of senseless speech] your words would not be respected or understandable, and your confidence would not be unshakable;   Je Tspnkhaoa also explained that abandoning the four nonvirtues of speech is the karmic cause of trustworthy words., “The effect of trustworthy words is that through kind speech, purposeful behavior, and being one whose aims are the same as the disciples', you gather living beings and mature (teach and guide) them.”   “The word is pure magic, and when you adopt the first agreement, magic just happens in your life. Your intentions and desires come easily because there is no resistance, there is no fear; there is only love. You are at peace, and you create a life of freedom and fulfillment in every way. Just this one agreement is enough to completely transform your life into your personal heaven. Always be aware of how you are using the word, and be impeccable with your word.” —Adapted from The Fifth Agreement: A Practical Guide to Self-Mastery. Copyright© 2010 by Miguel Angel Ruiz, M.D., Jose Luis Ruiz, and Janet Mills. Reprinted by Permission of Amber-Allen Publishing, Inc., San Rafael, California   Seeing danger in what's not dangerous  And not seeing danger in what is,  Those who take up wrong views  Go to a bad rebirth. (317)  -Buddha, The Dhammapada   References and Links   Buddha.The Dhammapada. Translated by Gil Fronsdale. (Kindle). Shambala, Boston and London, 2011, pp. 78 (Link)   Je Tsongkhapa. Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment, by Je Tsongkhapa, Volume 1 (Kindle). Translated by the Lamrim Chenmo Translation Committee. Joshua Cutler, Editor-in-Chief, and Guy Newlan, Editor.   Right Speech. Access to Insight (website). https://www.accesstoinsight.org/ptf/dhamma/sacca/sacca4/samma-vaca/index.html   The Fifth Agreement: A Practical Guide to Self-Mastery. Copyright© 2010 by Miguel Angel Ruiz, M.D., Jose Luis Ruiz, and Janet Mills. Reprinted by Permission of Amber-Allen Publishing, Inc., San Rafael, California. https://www.thefouragreements.com/the-first-agreement-be-impeccable-with-your-word/

The Soul Collective
Divine Feminine + Mystery School Teachings with Marguerite Rigoglioso

The Soul Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:27


In this soul share with Seven Sisters Mystery School Founder and Director, Marguerite Rigoglioso we explore a wide range of topics from the holy womb chakra, miraculous conception, 5D conscious business, divine feminine wisdom, ascension and co creating a New Earth. We connect on: -Divine Feminine + Sacred Masculine energies -Holy Womb Chakra healing + activation -Miraculous Conception + the Ancient sacred order of priestesses trained in the practice of divine conception -Creating through the Heart -5D Conscious Business -Our personal ascension / inscension -Marguerite shares her journey to the teachings she is sharing today This experience is free and all are welcome.  Intuitive Business Blueprint Session https://bit.ly/3PQWQwA Emily Ghosh Harris is an intuitive guide, multidimensional business mentor, podcast host and founder of Soul Media. https://www.emilyghoshharris.com @EmilyGhoshHarris (IG)  https://www.instagram.com/emilyghoshharris/ Watch the Soul Collective on YouTube https://bit.ly/3qZgDiu Learn more about Marguerite Rigoglioso: