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Prospera Energy CEO Samuel David & VP Subsurface George Magarian provides an update on the company's 18-well drill program. The company aims, in the next 2-3 years, to reduce production costs to possibly under C$20/barrel and achieve 10,000+ boepd by optimizing current assets and through strategic acquisitions. The company has about 400 million barrels of oil in place. And Prospera's core assets in Saskatchewan and Alberta had previously, during peak oil times when they were being fully developed by multinational oil companies, already saw (without EOR) production of over 10,000 boepd. The company has the facilities to accommodate over 10,000 boepd. https://www.prosperaenergy.com/ Stock Exchange Listings (TSX.V: PEI, OTC: GXRFF, FRA: OF6B) 0:00 Introduction 0:38 Horizontal drilling update 5:41 Enhanced oil recovery pilots 9:44 Vertical well drilling at Brooks upcoming 16:35 Why Samuel vended Brooks project into PEI Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 Bill Powers owns shares of Prospera. Prospera Energy's cautionary forward-looking statement also applies to the information discussed in this interview. The standard MSE disclaimer applies to this interview: https://www.miningstockeducation.com/disclaimer/
Craig travelled the world, ran drugs, made money, and then burned it all down. Check out this conversation with him about how Christianity saved his life, and what he has learned along the way right here on the Hard Knox Talks Podcast.Support the showWe've got fresh merch and it's amazing! Pick yours up HERE Are you getting something from our content? Tap here and buy us a coffee to say thanks and help us keep this train on the tracks! Check us out on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hardknoxtalksStronger Together Canada Peer Led Support Groups by Moms Stop the HarmAre you struggling with the substance use of a loved one? Go to https://www.holdinghopecanada.org/Have you tragically lost someone to drug related harms? Visithttps://www.healingheartscanada.org/Prairie Sky Recovery Centrehttps://www.prairieskyrecovery.ca/Info on the Graduate Certificate Program in Substance Use Health and Wellbeing here https://grad.usask.ca/programs/substance-use-health-and-wellbeing.php#Program The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewanhttps://elizabethfrysask.org/
Saskatchewan's premier says he will do whatever it takes to make sure parents have the final say over their children's names and pronouns. We'll talk with our political panel about that and about the government's decision to refuse money from a donor to buy an MRI in Estevan.
https://paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?country.x=US&locale.x=en_USErika Ellen Dyck is a Canadian historian. She is a professor of history and Canada Research Chair in the History of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. In 2014, Dyck was inducted to the New College of Scholars, Artists and Scientists at the Royal Society of Canada.firstname.lastname@example.org://linkedin.com/in/erika-dyck-a9010430 https://paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?country.x=US&locale.x=en_USLloyded Lobo - From Grassroots to Greatness https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CFR8F7PH?ref_=ast_author_dpBen “Doc” Akins - The Anti-Hero's Journeyhttps://www.antiherosjourney.com/
Today, we're looking at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's preparation for the United Nations' general assembly, coming on the heels of his recent (and embarrassing) trip to India as part of the G20 summit. Plus, Ontario is set to unveil a new COVID-19 plan, as Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kieran Moore is scheduled for an announcement this week. And finally, Saskatchewan is considering the use of the notwithstanding clause to safeguard Premier Scott Moe's legislation requiring students to have parental permission to change names or genders at school.
Cafè Daughter is a movie inspired by the life of a little girl with a secret that would drive her passion for science, advocacy, and ultimately lead her back home. At 78 years old the Honourable Dr. Lillian Eva Dyck is a former Canadian Senator, a highly respected neuroscientist, and a champion of Indigenous rights. Born in 1945 to a Chinese father and a Cree mother, Lillian grew up in small-town Saskatchewan working at her family's cafè. As a residential school survivor, her mother Eva was taught to be ashamed of her Cree identity and encouraged her children to keep that part of who they were hidden. Lillian's life inspired first a play, and in October, a feature film called Cafè Daughter. The film is an adaptation of a play of the same name, by Cree playwright Kenneth T. WIlliams. Both Lillian and Kenneth are members of George Gordon First Nation in Saskatchewan and Kenneth says it was a fateful encounter with the former senator that sparked his creative flame. Mohawk filmmaker and director Shelley Niro was immediately drawn to the story because it reflected much of her own experiences. The same thing happened to Keith Lock, one of the first Chinese-Canadian filmmakers in Canada. He has been involved with Cafè Daughter since its early development as a play.
Soy Checkoff: https://www.unitedsoybean.org/Soy Innovation Challenge: https://www.thesoychallengelive.com/Farmer Coach: https://farmercoach.ca/Maverick Ag: https://maverickag.com/Hebert Grain Ventures: https://hebertgrainventures.com/FoA 302: Farm Business Strategy with Kristjan HebertFoA 303: Implementing a Farm Operating System with Kristjan HebertEvan Shout is the president and co-founder of Maverick Ag, a business consulting and risk management firm in Western Canada. He also sits as president, co-founder, and lead coach at Farmer Coach, an education and coaching program for primary producers in both Canada and the US. These organizations fall under the Hebert Group of Companies, which also includes Hebert Grain Ventures, a 30,000-acre grain and oilseed operation in southeast Saskatchewan, where Evan sits as Chief Financial Officer.I had the privilege of hosting Evan's business partner, Kristjan Hebert on the show last year back in episodes 302 & 303. Those were very popular episodes about farm strategy and farm operating systems. We follow that up with today's episode with Evan Shout about the entrepreneurial mindset and how apply that mindset to running a modern farm business. Spotlight Segment: Mac Marshall is the vice president of market intelligence for the United Soybean Board, where his job as part of the strategy team is to best position farmer leaders and directors to have the best information for making strategic decisions that are going to determine the fate of the soybean industry for years to come. He studied economics as an undergrad, and started his career with the US Bureau of Labor Statistics where he covered livestock, meat, cotton and consumer packaged goods. This background in economics and commodities analysis led to a job with Monsanto in corporate strategy then government relations before he joined the soybean board in 2020. He says strategic decisions from the farmer-led board have had major impacts on soybean farmers for decades, and shares some of the actions they are taking today to make sure the commodity continues to enjoy its demand and distribution for years to come. One example, he says, is the use of soy in renewable diesel.
Canadian journalist Nora Loreto reads the latest headlines for Wednesday, September 13, 2023.TRNN has partnered with Loreto to syndicate her daily news digest and share it with our audience—tune in every morning on the TRNN podcast feed to hear about the latest important news stories from Canada and around the world.Find more headlines from Nora at Sandy & Nora Talk Politics podcast feed.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
You might remember Joe Pitawanakwat from a previous episode, Bneshiinyik, where he shared knowledge about how birds are named in the Anishinaabe language. Since we last spoke with him, Joe has been working on many projects to continue expanding and sharing Indigenous Knowledge. In this episode, we tag along with him for one of those projects. Join us for a birding adventure on Manitoulin Island! Wikwemikong Tours offers an array of Indigenous Tourism experiences in the Manitoulin Island and Killarney Region. Their year-round services specialize in cultural tours and land-based learning experiences. Check them out!Get a copy of Joe's Anishinaabe bird name pamphlet here.Joseph Pitawanakwat is an Ojibwe knowledge keeper for ancestral knowledge of plants, medicine and language. He is from Wiikwemikoong First Nation on Manitoulin Island and he is the founder and director of Creator's Garden, an Indigenous outdoor, and now online, education-based business focused on plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching every one of their linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance through experiences. He is uniquely blending and reinforcing that Indigenous knowledge with an array of western sciences. @creators.garden on Instagram and Twitter. Mandaago Osawamick and Jack Rivers are cultural tour guides for Wikwemikong Tours. Andrea Gress (she/her) studied Renewable Resource Management at the University of Saskatchewan. She pivoted towards birds, after an internship in South Africa. Upon returning, she worked with Piping Plovers in Saskatchewan and now coordinates the Ontario Piping Plover Conservation Program for Birds Canada. Follow her work at @ontarioplovers
This week's episode features Ana Gabriela Juarez, president of CTA Environmental Consultants and founder of WIM Central America, in a wide-ranging conversation with host Adrian Pocobelli on ESG, her new children's book, and how women are faring in the mining industry. Juarez also explains why Central America represents a great opportunity for mining companies that often overlook the region in favour of South America. All this and more with host Adrian Pocobelli. This week's CEO Spotlight features Purepoint Uranium president and CEO Chris Frostad, who discusses the company's Hook Lake and Smart Lake projects in Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin.. To learn more, visit: https://purepoint.ca/ Music Credits: “Rattlesnake Railroad”, “Big Western Sky”, “Western Adventure” and “Battle on the Western Frontier” by Brett Van Donsel (www.incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Interview with David Cates, President & CEO of Dension MinesOur previous interview: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/posts/denison-mines-dml-u-isr-leaders-in-saskatchewan-feasibility-mid-yearRecording date: 8th September 2023Denison operates primarily in the uranium exploration and development sector, concentrating its efforts in the Athabasca Basin area located in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. The firm holds a substantial 95% stake in the Wheeler River Uranium Project, renowned as the foremost undeveloped uranium project in the infrastructure-abundant eastern part of the Athabasca Basin.In addition to this, Denison possesses a 22.5% share in the McClean Lake joint venture (MLJV), encompassing several uranium deposits and the operational McClean Lake uranium mill, which is designated to process ore from the Cigar Lake mine based on a toll milling agreement. The company also retains interests in the Midwest Main and Midwest A deposits, standing at 25.17%, and has a majority 67.41% stake in the Tthe Heldeth Túé (THT, previously referred to as J Zone) and Huskie deposits situated in the Waterbury Lake property. Noteworthy is the fact that these deposits are strategically positioned within a 20-kilometer radius of the McClean Lake mill.Expanding its reach through a 50% ownership of JCU, Denison maintains a strong presence in several other uranium project partnerships in Canada. These include holding a 30.099% interest in the Millennium project, a 33.8118% stake in the Kiggavik project, and a 34.4508% share in the Christie Lake project. Furthermore, Denison is continuously exploring opportunities with an extensive portfolio that encompasses interests in territories spanning approximately 300,000 hectares in the prominent Athabasca Basin region.View Denison Mines' Company Profile: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/companies/denison-mines-corp
Over the last couple of months, the provincial governments in both New Brunswick and Saskatchewan have made controversial changes to their LGBTQ+ policies at schools. Parental consent is now needed when a student under 16 wants to use a different name or pronoun in the classroom. Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre has also been saying that schools should leave conversations about LGBTQ issues to parents. This is all happening at a time when the concept of “parental rights” is a top issue for U.S Republicans. A parental rights bill was passed in the Republican-held House earlier this year and more than two dozen statehouses have passed similar legislation. Today on Front Burner, the Washington Post's Emma Brown on the origins of the parental rights movement in the U.S. and how it became a massive political force and how that might help us understand the implications in Canada. Looking for a transcript of the show? They're available here daily: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/frontburner/transcripts
Interview with James Sykes, President & CEO of Baselode Energy Corp Our previous interview: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/posts/baselode-energy-find-focusing-on-promising-ackio-project-3247Recording date: 8th September 2023Baselode Energy, a mineral exploration entity, is on a mission to uncover substantial uranium deposits in the northern Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin region in Canada. Holding sway over an expansive 207,000-hectare basin ripe for exploration, the company stands as a significant player in the region.At the heart of Baselode's operations is the Hook project, distinguished for its abundant zones teeming with high-grade uranium mineralization both near the surface and deeper areas, spanning a robust 5 km structure. The recent drilling undertakings at Hook have revealed substantial uranium mineralization, reaching peaks of 63.6% U3O8 over a 0.5-metre span, showcasing the potent expansion possibilities both along the strike and deeper down.Further solidifying its presence, the company fully owns the Shadow and Catharsis projects, strategically situated near renowned uranium mines in the eastern wing of the Athabasca Basin. These projects carry a history of significant uranium explorations, opening avenues for promising subsequent explorations. Baselode leverages contemporary exploration methodologies to foster the growth and development of these valuable assets.View Baselode Energy's Company Profile: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/companies/baselode-energy
Kisâkihitin, nitanis means "I love you, my daughter" however many of my people also accept the interpretation, "I love you, my girl". This is a personal story about my mom and I. Her name was Judy Marilyn McCallum. This story is my contribution to National Truth and Reconciliation Day, 2023. One day - maybe - this story will be published among other stories in a book. CW: I cover topics including suicide, sexual assault, child abuse, physical violence, residential school, Indian hospitals, medical experimentation and addiction. The National Indian Residential School Crisis Line provides 24-hour crisis support to former Indian Residential School students and their families toll-free at 1-866-925-4419.
Brad is an addictions professional in Saskatchewan who understands that growth does not happen in your comfort zone.We can meet people where they're at but we cannot leave them there and say we did a good job.Check us out this week for this no-bull sh*t and probably contentious conversation about motivating people to do better right here on the Hard Knox Talks podcast. Check out Brad's websitehttps://www.bradsiroski.com/Support the showWe've got fresh merch and it's amazing! Pick yours up HERE Are you getting something from our content? Tap here and buy us a coffee to say thanks and help us keep this train on the tracks! Check us out on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hardknoxtalksStronger Together Canada Peer Led Support Groups by Moms Stop the HarmAre you struggling with the substance use of a loved one? Go to https://www.holdinghopecanada.org/Have you tragically lost someone to drug related harms? Visithttps://www.healingheartscanada.org/Prairie Sky Recovery Centrehttps://www.prairieskyrecovery.ca/Info on the Graduate Certificate Program in Substance Use Health and Wellbeing here https://grad.usask.ca/programs/substance-use-health-and-wellbeing.php#Program The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewanhttps://elizabethfrysask.org/
Reintroducing a rare butterfly to a restored ecosystem; Studying Vancouver's bats in front of a curious audience; Investigating whether Arctic methane seeps could tell us about life on Mars; Revealing the hidden worlds in Pacific ocean depths; Plan a, forget it. Plan b, oh well. Plan c study Saskatchewan ticks; Dodging wild boars while doing archeology in southern Italy; Sidewalk gardens keep harmful chemicals out of streams.
Have you heard about Saskatchewan's life expectancy? It's going down. For most of our lives, people have been living longer than their parents, but maybe not anymore. What's going on? Host Stefani Langenegger talks with Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk and CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter in this week's political panel.
We're back with another AFTN Soccer Show packed full of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, Canadian national team, and Canadian Premier League chat. The Whitecaps have a bye week for some much needed rest in the middle of their grueling seven-game road spell. They head into it after being crowned Cascadian Cup champions and bolstering their playoff push with a good road point at NYCFC. We delve into that match, the inadequacy of Yankee Stadium for soccer, and look at the lie of the land for the 'Caps in their battle for a postseason place. We also chat about the initial impact Messi has had on the league both on the pitch and media landscape off it, and ponder whether the growing Saudi league will impact MLS and whether South American teams are wanting a piece of the North American pie. Our feature interview this episode is with returning Whitecaps star Sam Adekugbe. We chat with some about his return to Vancouver, his hopes for the team, his club career in-between the 'Caps, and some Canadian national team highs, from his jump into a snowbank to his first goal for his country and, of course, playing in his first World Cup. We also chat about the departure of John Herdman, what's next for Canada, and the off-field battles with Canada Soccer. Plus we chat about the week in the Canadian Premier League, as Vancouver FC lose again, the battle for the five playoff places heats up, and the plan to bring the CPL to Saskatchewan falters, for now. All of this plus Fontaines D.C. begin their residency as our Artists of the Month. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.29: Intro 10.00: The Whitecaps are Kings of Cascadia once again 19.34: Whitecaps playoff push continues after another good road point 48.48: Messi, Miami, MLS, and Media 59.15: Will the Saudi league and South American clubs impact MLS? 80.37: Sam Adekugbe interview 116.57: The Week in the CPL and Vancouver FC chat 138.49: Saskatchewan CPL plans "adjourned" 152.50: Wavelength - Le Man Avec Les Lunettes - Don't Get Fooled By the Football Players Summery Outfit
It's time for the CFL's Banjo Bowl as the Saskatchewan Roughriders travel to Winnipeg to take on the Blue Bombers in this CFL staple! We welcome Darrell Davis onto the program to preview the Banjo Bowl and to see if Saskatchewan has what it takes to pull out the “W” again vs. their division rivals. Morley Scott returns to preview the Calgary Stampeders heading to face the Edmonton Elks, Tim Baines previews the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at the Ottawa REDBLACKS and Mike Hogan discusses the Montreal Alouettes taking on the Toronto Argonauts.0:00 The Markcast® Episode Promo2:29 Show Intro 5:01 Darrell Davis, The 2023 Banjo Bowl Preview! 26:29 Morley Scott, Calgary Stampeders at Edmonton Elks Preview49:38 Tim Baines, Hamilton Tickets at Ottawa REDBLACKS Preview1:09:24 Mike Hogan, Montreal Alouettes at Toronto Argonauts Preview1:28:30 Show Outro
In this Legal with Leah Podcast, Ohio Farm Bureau's Policy Counsel Leah Curtis sheds light on a case from Saskatchewan, Canada, where a farmer must follow through on a $82,000 contract for flax which was confirmed via a text message stream answered by a thumbs-up emoji.
Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. My name is Greg Marchildon. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes of 2022. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: In this episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Allyson Stevenson on her book Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Decolonization of Indigenous Kinship published by the University of Toronto Press in 2020. She explores the reasons that the Saskatchewan government – and other provincial governments in Canada – established policies that results in the adoption of thousands of Indigenous children by non-Indigenous families. She also discusses government-initiated child apprehension policies and programs that separated children from their Indigenous parents and siblings. Allyson Steven holds the Gabriel Dumont Institute Chair in Métis Studies at the University of Saskatchewan where she completed her Ph.D. in Canadian History in 2015. Her own family migrated out of Red River in the 1870s to Saskatchewan. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by waterfowl guide, Josh Moore. Josh is working at Quill Lake Outfitters in Saskatchewan this fall. They get a duck report and hear how opening weekend in Saskatchewan went for the crew up north.
LGBTQA+ representation was proud and loud when activists returned to the Lincoln Memorial on August 26th for the 60th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Highlights include Hope Giselle (National Black Justice Coalition), Kierra Johnson (National LGBTQ Task Force), Stacey Stevenson (Family Equality), Sheila Loretta Emerson (P-FLAG/Philadelphia) and Peppermint (GLAAD). And in NewsWrap: nearly 70 people arrested in an Ekpan, Nigeria raid will be prosecuted for “conducting and attending a same-sex wedding ceremony,” two Ugandan men face charges of “aggravated homosexuality” under the Anti-Homosexuality Act, Global Affairs Canada warns LGBTQ citizens about travel to the United States, hundreds protest Saskatchewan order for students to get parental permission to change their preferred name or pronouns, California's Attorney General sues school district for anti-trans policies, a Maryland judge rejects religious parents' bid to pull their children from classes featuring LGBTQ-related storybooks, a temporary restraining order blocks a Texas drag performance ban, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Kalyn Hardman and Wenzel Jones (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the September 4, 2023 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/
Dr. Barb Fornssler from the University of Saskatchewan speaks on Stigma in the Healthcare system. Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan, Nicole Obrigavitch, speaks on our over populated prison system and housing Crisis, and Tanner Parrett talks about the importance of community relationships in mitigating drug related harms.Big shout out the the College of Nurses out of the University of Saskatchewan for sponsoring this recordinghttps://nursing.usask.ca/Possibilities Recovery Centerhttps://possibilitiesrecovery.ca/Support the showWe've got fresh merch and it's amazing! Pick yours up HERE Are you getting something from our content? Tap here and buy us a coffee to say thanks and help us keep this train on the tracks! Check us out on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hardknoxtalksStronger Together Canada Peer Led Support Groups by Moms Stop the HarmAre you struggling with the substance use of a loved one? Go to https://www.holdinghopecanada.org/Have you tragically lost someone to drug related harms? Visithttps://www.healingheartscanada.org/Prairie Sky Recovery Centrehttps://www.prairieskyrecovery.ca/Info on the Graduate Certificate Program in Substance Use Health and Wellbeing here https://grad.usask.ca/programs/substance-use-health-and-wellbeing.php#Program The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewanhttps://elizabethfrysask.org/
00:00 Intro01:44 Sound problems05:50 Announcement - public speaking seminar08:41 Johannesburg Fire14:18 US Deficit23:42 China27:27 Canada Behind35:52 Food Costs39:55 Diamonds42:42 Cultural Critic Live Questions:50:47 Adolf Eichman said just before he was hanged that he regretted nothing. Do you think he really believed that? I think On some level, every evil person knows they're wrong.52:40 Your weekend show on Western Civ made me more rationally optimistic. One wrench contrary to “we have time to make things better” is gov't debt. Don't we actually have a debt crisis that rationally risks national bankruptcy?54:46 Thank you for keeping us up to date by looking deep into these stories.55:15 It's true, we flew over Saskatchewan on the way back from Alaska. There was so much land and fresh water. Could grow lots of food there if it warmed up.55:38 Neil Peart-" In a world where I feel so small, I can't stop thinking big." I think he meant even though we are small physically compared to the universe, our minds make us big.
In the latest gripping episode of "From the Depths of Darkness to the Light of Success," host Chris Swiech sits down with a remarkable guest, D-Jay McGrath. Hailing from the prairies of Saskatchewan, D-Jay's life story is one of resilience, transformation, and unwavering advocacy for mental health. D-Jay McGrath's journey is nothing short of extraordinary. Once a promising hockey player with dreams of making it big in the world of sports, he found himself on a perilous path, battling demons that threatened to consume him. This episode dives deep into the often unspoken struggle of mental health in the world of sports, shedding light on the challenges that many athletes face behind the scenes. Throughout the episode, D-Jay shares his personal journey, including the circumstances that led him down a slippery slope into the dangerous territory of alcohol and drug abuse at a young age. His story serves as a testament to the importance of addressing mental health issues and addiction within the sports community. D-Jay McGrath's triumphant story is not just one of recovery but of using his experiences to become a powerful advocate for mental health. With over a year of sobriety under his belt, he has emerged as a beacon of hope for those facing similar struggles. His commitment to destigmatizing mental health and addiction issues in sports is truly inspiring. For more insight into D-Jay's life and his ongoing mission to promote mental health awareness, you can follow him on Instagram at @djaymcgrathhockey. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch all our compelling episodes, and please take a moment to leave a review for the show. Your support is invaluable as we continue to share these important stories of triumph over adversity. Together, we can bring these crucial conversations into the light. Join host Chris Swiech and D-Jay McGrath as they journey from the depths of darkness to the light of success, in a podcast episode that is bound to leave you inspired and motivated. Podcast Social Media: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/depthsofdarkside/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/depthsofdarkside YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-M2lpVwCgEyM85menG_nvQ Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/show/4iiKx07baLZf9CzcNhdUsi?si=e91d5911f91647a9 Apple- https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/from-the-depths-of-darkness-to-the-light-of-success/id1510954182 Email- email@example.com Thanks for listening and have a great day! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lightofsuccess/message
Psychedelics have gone from the counterculture, to the mainstream. However, can you turn take such an ineffable thing — a tool for personal revelation, cosmic oneness, spiritual enlightenment, whatever people have called it — and make it just another product in late stage capitalism? From something that is potentially radical, to something that is brutally commodified, instrumentalized, hyped, and turned into the next meme stock craze. The venture capitalists and techno-optimist libertarians are certainly trying, but not everyone is happy about that. On this episode, we look at the deep rifts in and around psychedelic medicine, as different camps vie for the future of these drugs. First, we go back to the beginning. Historian Erika Dyck tells us the little-known story of an earlier period of psychedelic research, led by pioneers in — believe it or not — Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Dyke's book Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD on the Canadian Prairies charts the early days of this medical research, and reveals important lessons for our current tensions. The book shows that deep rifts have always existed in psychedelic research, because the drugs sit uncomfortably in-between many different ways of knowing. Then, muckracking psychonaut David Nickles is calling out the mainstream commodification of psychedelics, as well as the bullshit and abuse within the underground. Nickles is an underground researcher, harm reduction advocate, and journalist, who is also managing editor of Psymopsia, a psychedelics watchdog group. In 2018, he excoriated the psychedelic research community for playing nice with the emerging VC-backed psychedelic firms, like the Peter Thiel-funded Compass Pathways (Nickles' talk is summarized here, but the full talk is available on Youtube). Since then, Nickles says things have only gotten worse. He documents much of that in Power Trip, an investigative podcast series on psychedelic therapy, produced by New York Magazine and Psymosia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
Psychedelics have gone from the counterculture, to the mainstream. However, can you turn take such an ineffable thing — a tool for personal revelation, cosmic oneness, spiritual enlightenment, whatever people have called it — and make it just another product in late stage capitalism? From something that is potentially radical, to something that is brutally commodified, instrumentalized, hyped, and turned into the next meme stock craze. The venture capitalists and techno-optimist libertarians are certainly trying, but not everyone is happy about that. On this episode, we look at the deep rifts in and around psychedelic medicine, as different camps vie for the future of these drugs. First, we go back to the beginning. Historian Erika Dyck tells us the little-known story of an earlier period of psychedelic research, led by pioneers in — believe it or not — Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Dyke's book Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD on the Canadian Prairies charts the early days of this medical research, and reveals important lessons for our current tensions. The book shows that deep rifts have always existed in psychedelic research, because the drugs sit uncomfortably in-between many different ways of knowing. Then, muckracking psychonaut David Nickles is calling out the mainstream commodification of psychedelics, as well as the bullshit and abuse within the underground. Nickles is an underground researcher, harm reduction advocate, and journalist, who is also managing editor of Psymopsia, a psychedelics watchdog group. In 2018, he excoriated the psychedelic research community for playing nice with the emerging VC-backed psychedelic firms, like the Peter Thiel-funded Compass Pathways (Nickles' talk is summarized here, but the full talk is available on Youtube). Since then, Nickles says things have only gotten worse. He documents much of that in Power Trip, an investigative podcast series on psychedelic therapy, produced by New York Magazine and Psymosia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Two Canadian provinces have sparked controversy with policies that would impact students who want to adopt a new name or pronouns at school. Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have indicated that parents students under 16 have to be notified if their child wants to socially transition at school. National Post reporter Tristin Hopper joins the show to discuss why they want to implement these policies, why groups are opposed to the move, and how Canadians feel about the issue. Background reading: Canadian politicians stampeding away from policy of concealing gender transitions from parents Saskatchewan LGBTQ group files legal action over government pronoun rules Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosted by Chris Beckett & Shane Ludtke, two amateur astronomers in Saskatchewan. firstname.lastname@example.org Sept 1 - Neptune 1.4° N of the Moon Sept 4 - Jupiter 3° S of the Moon Sept 5 - Uranus 3° S of the Moon Sept. 6 - Last quarter Moon Sept 10 - Follow Capella into the daytime sky with the unaided eye this week Sept 15 - Zodiacal Light becomes visible later this month, in E in morning. Sept 19 - Venus at greatest illumination. Difficult extent & Neptune at Opposition. Sept 22 - Lunar X, Lunar Straight Wall and Mercury at Greatest Elongation, 18° from Sun, in morning sky. Sept 23 - Fall Equinox Sept 24 - Large Tides this week and follow Sirius into daytime with unaided eye. Sept 26 - Saturn 3-degree NE of the Moon tonight Sept 29 - Full Moon Comet from Skyhound New Comet Discovery C/2023 P1 (Nishimura) was discovered by H. Nishimura in images taken on Aug 11, at Gomyo, Kakegawa, Japan with a digital camera. This new 10th magnitude comet is low in the eastern sky before dawn. It has been observed visually, and is said to be relatively easy to spot, even though it is low on the horizon. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Jason Mitchell is back on the JMO Podcast to share stories from his Canadian fishing trips this past summer in 2023. Jason fished walleyes, northern pike, as well as lake trout across 4 separate destinations in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Lake Gunisao, Last Mountain, Tazin, and Athapapuskow. In this fishing podcast we get behind the scenes stories about each of these amazing fishing trips. You can find the video footage of these Canadian fishing trips on YouTube at Jason Mitchell Outdoors. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks - FWP.MT.GOV/AIS.Scheels - https://www.scheels.com/c/fishingNorthland Fishing Tackle - www.northlandtackle.comWebsite - www.jmopodcast.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/JMOFishingPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/the_jmopodcast/
Glenna Mauldin, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology and Nutrition), and her team provide guidance and support for clinical research activities within Thrive Pet Healthcare, including research project design, execution, standards, and regulations. Dr Mauldin received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She completed a rotating internship and residency in medical oncology at The Animal Medical Center in New York, and a residency and master's degree in nutrition at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. She is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in both oncology and nutrition. Before joining Thrive Pet Healthcare in early 2022, Dr Mauldin was Director of Clinical Research for PetCure Oncology. She has practiced veterinary medical oncology and nutrition for over 30 years in both private practice and academic settings, including The Animal Medical Center in New York, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and VCA Western Veterinary Specialist and Emergency Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dr Mauldin has authored over 75 peer reviewed publications, book chapters, and scientific abstracts. She lectures frequently at regional, national, and international meetings.
If you haven't already, you need to meet Erika Broom. This woman is an absolute badass and a queen of big leaps. From moving across the country, closing her photography business and shaving her head - we dive into the magic that unfolds when you follow your gut, even if it's not what you thought you'd be doing next.We talk about:The synchronicity of how Erika and I met through her boudoir photography businessWhat it was like relocating from city life in Saskatchewan to the Kootenay mountains in BCGiving yourself permission to share all of you online - the highs and the lows - and not just what's deemed “acceptable”Following the nudge to slow down, switch gears, and take a new career pathErika's personal memoir about being married to a trans person, aimed to be a resource to help partners of people who are transitioningAnd lots more!P.S. Come say hi over on IG at @andthenetappeared.Follow Erika at @tua.the.witch on Instagram and TikTokI'm so glad you're here listening.As always, I would love to hear your thoughts! Take a screenshot and share to your stories, tagging me @chelseybenzel and @andthenetappeared so I can reshare.Your ratings and reviews mean the world to me. If you enjoy this episode please take a moment to leave a review and let me know what you liked most about it!Support the show
Cecil C of Prince Albert Saskatchewan Canada is telling his story at an unknown event held in Lincoln Nebraska in October of 1985. Until I ran across him today I hadn't noticed how many recordings I have of this guy he was quite the popular speaker in the 70's and 80's speaking all over the US, let me know if you want to hear more from him. This is a pretty great quality for an older recording. Email: email@example.com Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate AA Events: I just added a number of new events to the calendar so if you will be in Arizona, California, New Zealand, Australia, Washington, or Las Vegas take a look. AA Event List: https://scast.us/events If you have an AA roundup, retreat, convention or workshop coming up, we would be happy to give you a shout out here on the podcast and list the event on the Sober Cast website. Visit the link above and look for "Submit Your Event" in the blue box. Sober Cast has 2300+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search. https://sobercast.com
Lindsey Banco is an associate professor of English at the University of Saskatchewan. Lindsey is the author of "The Meanings of J. Robert Oppenheimer" which explores representations of the Manhattan Project physicist in fiction, biography, history, film, television, museums, comic books, photographs, and other media. It examines how the science and technology of the atomic bomb are framed in a variety of cultural productions. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/out-of-the-blank/support
So I got a message a few weeks ago from Stafford telling me about a book he's writing about the Transendence Movement and anarchism and it sounded great so I got him to go through my process and book an interview. The day that it came to talk to him I was a bit sick but I toughed it out and we made it through, had a great conversation, and happily promoted his book (which isn't quite finished but will be soon). I hope you enjoy this chat. In the intro I talk about the recent policy by the Saskatchewan government on pronouns and names in public schools. For more from me on that subject check out my substack article. https://open.substack.com/pub/theskepticalleftist/p/saskatchewans-new-policy-on-pronouns?r=iu0tj&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web Make sure to follow Stafford on Twitter(X) https://twitter.com/TheChurchofTra1 You can check out the full shownotes with pictures on my website - www.skepticalleftist.com You can rate and review the show here - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-mind-of-a-skeptical-leftis-1779751 You can support the show here - - https://www.patreon.com/skepticalleftist - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/skepticallefty --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skepticalleftist/message
With only 150 individuals in the Great Lakes region, every single egg matters. In 2023, the Piping Plover conservation effort went to great lengths, as Ontario eggs were raised and released from captive rearing in Michigan, for the very first time. Sydney Shephard joins us to share the juicy details about this effort, the chaos of a Piping Plover field season, and good news from the Great Lakes region.Birds and Beans delivers bird-friendly certified coffee across Canada, and donates 10% of your purchase to this podcast and bird conservation in Canada when you use this link. Plus, it's yummy. As we get updates on this story (did the captive reared fledglings survive?!), we will share them on our socials @ontarioploversSydney Shepherd firmly believes that by bridging science with outreach and education, we can foster communities of stewards and tackle environmental goals together. She is grateful to work with Birds Canada on the Ontario Piping Plover program and see the synergy between scientific research and community action every day.Andrea Gress (she/her) secretly thinks Piping Plovers are better than all the other birds...studied Renewable Resource Management at the University of Saskatchewan. She pivoted towards birds, after an internship in South Africa. Upon returning, she worked with Piping Plovers in Saskatchewan and now coordinates the Ontario Piping Plover Conservation Program for Birds Canada. Follow her work at @ontarioplovers
Nicole's once-promising career as a lawyer was eclipsed by her drug addiction, which led her down a dark path. As a result, she engaged in dishonest billing practices, took cash payments from clients, and even showed up to court under the influence of drugs. Consequently, she was disbarred by the Law Society of British Columbia, and her life spiralled out of control. She started dealing crystal meth, and found herself entrenched in dangerous situations, including surviving a brutal attack on her life. She even worked for a bike gang where an operation to bring the gang down led to her eventual conviction for drug trafficking and sentence to three years in prison.Despite the hardships, Nicole sought help for her addiction and began the process of rebuilding her life. Today, she serves as the Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan, providing hope and encouragement to the formerly incarcerated and individuals struggling with addiction. Her journey is a testament to the power of perseverance and hard work in overcoming adversity and achieving new goals.Guest Links:Nicole LinkedInNicole InstagramSecond Chance Podcast Links:Second Chance on YouTubeSecond Chance on InstagramSecond Chance on LinkedInSecond Chance on FacebookRaphael's Website Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
General Wayne Eyre, the Chief of the Defense Staff for Canada, joins Joe to share over three decades worth of leadership lessons, including how reading, writing, and reflection have shaped his career. They also talk about what it means to be a professional in today's military, the importance of holistic health and fitness for leaders, and why failure is a great teacher. Gen Eyre joined Army Cadets at age 12 and has been in uniform ever since. Gen Eyre attended Royal Roads Military College Victoria and Royal Military College of Canada Kingston. Upon commissioning in 1988 he joined the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), and has had the great privilege of spending the majority of his career in command or deputy command positions, including commanding 3 PPCLI, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, 3rd Canadian Division and Joint Task Force West, Deputy Commanding General – Operations for XVIII (U.S.) Airborne Corps, Deputy Commander United Nations Command in Korea, Deputy and for a short time Commander of Military Personnel Command, and Commander Canadian Army. He has been in the Chief of the Defence Staff role since February 24, 2021.Operationally, Gen Eyre has commanded a rifle platoon with the United Nations Force in Cyprus; 2 PPCLI's Reconnaissance Platoon with the UN Protection Force in Croatia (including the Medak Pocket); a rifle company in Bosnia with NATO's Stabilization Force; the Canadian Operational Mentor and Liaison Team in Kandahar, Afghanistan advising 1-205 Afghan National Army Brigade in combat; as the Commanding General of NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan, where he oversaw the force generation, institutional training, and professional development of the Afghan National Security Forces; and as the first non-U.S. Deputy Commander of United Nations Command Korea in its 69 year history, and as such was the most senior Canadian officer ever permanently stationed in the Asia Pacific region. Among various domestic operations, he was the military liaison to the Government of Manitoba for the 1997 floods, commanded a company fighting the 1998 British Columbia wildfires, commanded the Task Force that secured the 2010 G8 Summit, and commanded the military response to both the 2015 Saskatchewan wildfires and the 2016 Fort McMurray, Alberta evacuation.As a staff officer, Gen Eyre has served with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, Land Force Western Area Headquarters, in the Directorate of Defence Analysis at NDHQ, and as the J3 of Canadian Expeditionary Force Command. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Special Forces Qualification Course, the U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, the U.S. Marine Corps School of Advanced Warfighting, and the U.S. Army War College. He holds a Bachelor of Science and three master's degrees (Military Studies, Operational Studies and Strategic Studies). His decorations include the Commander of the Order of Military Merit, the Meritorious Service Cross, the Commander-in-Chief Unit Commendation, the Chief of the Defence Staff Commendation, the Order of National Security Merit from South Korea, the French National Order of Merit in the rank of Commander, and was three times awarded the U.S. Legion of Merit, including in the rank of Commander.
Emily was a drug dealer, a gangster, and a pimp, right here in Saskatchewan. Today she is an addictions counsellor and prominent community service provider. Join us live and interactive from the Hard Knox Talks studio to talk about why she was the way she was, how she found her way out, and how she believes ours systems of care can do better for those lost how she once was.Support the showWe've got fresh merch and it's amazing! Pick yours up HERE Are you getting something from our content? Tap here and buy us a coffee to say thanks and help us keep this train on the tracks! Check us out on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hardknoxtalksStronger Together Canada Peer Led Support Groups by Moms Stop the HarmAre you struggling with the substance use of a loved one? Go to https://www.holdinghopecanada.org/Have you tragically lost someone to drug related harms? Visithttps://www.healingheartscanada.org/Prairie Sky Recovery Centrehttps://www.prairieskyrecovery.ca/Info on the Graduate Certificate Program in Substance Use Health and Wellbeing here https://grad.usask.ca/programs/substance-use-health-and-wellbeing.php#Program The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewanhttps://elizabethfrysask.org/
Interview with Killian Charles, President & CEO of Brunswick Exploration (TSX-V: BRW)Our previous interview: https://youtu.be/x_faHpTyBH4Recording date: 23rd August 2023Based in Montreal, Brunswick Exploration is a mineral exploration firm listed on the TSX-V with the ticker BRW. Their primary pursuit is the grassroots exploration of lithium in Canada, a vital metal pivotal to worldwide decarbonization and the shift to cleaner energy. Currently, the company is fast-tracking the broadest grassroots lithium property collection in Canada, encompassing regions such as Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Star Wars fans love their Glup Shittos. But what does that term mean? Riki and Sarah join me to talk about Glup Shittos, why they are such a great part of fandom, and some of our listener's favorites!As a lifelong Star Wars fan — no, really, his parents took him to a Star Wars film as a 2-year-old — Riki loves the technical side of things. He's spent more time looking at starship specs than he would like to admit and obsesses over the lack of safety standards on Imperial ship designs. Where are the guardrails?! Find his musings on Twitter @mtgRikipedia.”Sarah grew up in the wilds of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she worked at a local comic book store running Magic: the Gathering tournaments and promoting all things nerdy. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California, where she is pursuing her MFA in studio art, and thinks the ideal day out involves dressing up like a background character in Star Wars, hanging out in the Star Wars section of Disneyland, and pretending she's a space pirate.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4132649/advertisement
This video is the second in a two-part series that presents an approach to family history and pedigree. In this video, viewers will review the classic patterns of Mendelian inheritance and see how these patterns might look in a pedigree. This podcast was developed by Erinna McMurtry and Jovana Miladinovic in collaboration with Dr. Patricia Blakley, an Associate Professor at the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Saskatchewan with specialization in clinical genetics and developmental pediatrics.
A life that begins in small town Nova Scotia will end up pointlessly and horrifically snuffed out in the early morning hours, near a remote lake in Saskatchewan. Prescription drugs, Methamphetamine, alcohol, animal abuse, betrayal, and unimaginable violence all play a role in this story. In this episode, Madelayne Kline and I do our best to understand the Murder of Logan Ring. Send a voicememo to the show: nighttimepodcast.com/contact Series Links: Madelayne Klein: https://linktr.ee/madelayneklein Subscribe to the show: premium feed: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast apple podcasts: https://applepodcasts.com/nighttime Musical Theme: Noir Toyko by Monty Datta Social Links: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Youth Climate Activists Score A Win In MontanaThis week, a state court in Montana ruled in favor of a group of 16 youth climate activists, who argued that a state environmental law was in violation of a provision in the state constitution. The Montana constitution states: “The state and each person shall maintain and improve a clean and healthful environment in Montana for present and future generations.” The ruling will allow (but not require) regulators to consider climate impacts when evaluating proposed energy projects for approval.Umair Irfan, staff writer at Vox, joins Ira to talk about the decision and what it might mean for other climate-related litigation around the country. They'll also discuss other science news of the week, including some strange particle physics from Fermilab, the end of the road for the common incandescent light bulb, and how researchers decoded a snippet of song — using electrodes on a brain. COVID-19's Summer Wave Raises New QuestionsStep outside into a public place, and you may experience some deja-vu: Masking is back up, the coughs and sniffles are echoing, and coworkers are calling in sick. It's not just your imagination—hospitalizations from COVID-19 are up 14.3 percent for the week of August 5. This new wave has a name: EG. 5, named for the recent Omicron variant that is now the most prevalent.With new boosters on the horizon, Ira catches up with Dr. Angela Rasmussen, virologist at VIDO, the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization, at the University of Saskatchewan. They answer questions about the new monovalent booster, testing guidance, and why COVID-19 is still a public health problem.New Research Suggests Neurological Culprit For COVID Brain FogAmong the most debilitating symptoms of Long Covid is brain fog, a condition which includes symptoms like confusion or inability to concentrate. A recently published study using mice cells in petri dishes suggests that brain fog might be the result of neurons fusing together. The results have yet to be tested in live animals or humans. SciFri producer Kathleen Davis talks with study author, Dr. Ramón Martínez-Mármol, research fellow at the Queensland Brain Institute, at the University of Queensland, based in Brisbane, Australia, about what his research might help us better understand about brain fog. Reno Is Preparing To Turn Its Wastewater Into Drinking WaterInside a water treatment plant in north Reno, Nev., on a recent Wednesday, recycled wastewater was running beneath a floor grate inside a small testing room. Inside the space is a system of serpentine-like PVC pipes with 19 different ports, used to test water samples at different intervals.“It's about halfway through the treatment process at the wastewater facility,” said Lydia Teel, an engineer with the Truckee Meadows Water Authority, or TMWA, which serves about 440,000 people in the greater Reno area. “So, it's clean, but there's still some color, there's bacteria in it, some solids.”Teel spearheads a demonstration project called OneWater Nevada, an effort to show that the region can recycle the water that flushes down people's toilets and shower drains and – eventually – turn it back into clean, pure drinking water flowing from faucets, effectively creating a new water resource. The project is a collaboration between TMWA, the cities of Reno and Sparks, the University of Nevada, Reno, Washoe County, and the Western Regional Water Commission.The Reno area doesn't have a history of threatened water supplies, and historic snowfall this past winter eased drought conditions in Nevada and across parts of the Mountain West. But that could shift quickly with climate change.To stay updated on all-things-science, sign up for Science Friday's newsletters.Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Hosted by Chris Beckett & Shane Ludtke, two amateur astronomers in Saskatchewan. firstname.lastname@example.org Dave Chapman's Star You Should Know for Summer on Episode 348 of the Actual Astronomy podcast. Welcome back to the show Dave! Always great to chat with you. You wanted to do a plug for your book. You've been our regular guest, you're a mentor of mine, long time amateur astronomer, retired acoustical scientist, former RASC Observer's Handbook editor and I know I rely on you to review my work frequently, what else do we need for an intro….OH you've also been curating a series of podcasts on stars people should know by the season and this is instalment 4, we've done Winter, Northern Stars, Spring Stars, so this will be Summer with Autumn and Southern Stars to come. Where would you like to begin? We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.