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Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
Moving Pictures

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 5:24


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Antares

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 2:14


Other than the Sun, we've seen the surfaces of only a few stars in any detail. The stars are all so far away that they're just pinpoints of light — it's hard to see them as disks with real features. One of the few we can see is Antares, the bright orange heart of Scorpius. It snuggles especially close to the Moon as they climb into good view by about 10:30 or 11 tonight. Antares is easier to study because it's a supergiant — one of the biggest stars in our region of the galaxy. Even so, the details we can see are huge — hundreds of times the diameter of the Sun. Those details are hotspots where pockets of gas are bubbling to the surface. It's hard to know the exact size of those features because we don't know the exact size of Antares, either. Astronomers have measured the star's apparent size — how big it looks on the sky — with a high degree of accuracy. But to translate that to the star's true size, we have to know how far away it is. Measuring the distance to a supergiant is hard, though, so estimates vary by quite a bit. But the star probably is somewhere around 600 light-years away — a magnificent star that reveals a few of its features. Antares is to the right or lower right of the Moon as they rise. They're separated by only a couple of degrees — the width of your finger held at arm's length. They'll move slightly farther apart before they set, in the wee hours of the morning. Tomorrow: the head of the serpent.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
Off The Script 320 w/JDfromNY | MJF Could be The New Head of The WWE Table If They Want Him To But How Likely Is It For MJF To Walk Away From Tony Khan, and AEW? It May Not Be A Money Situation AT ALL & Money In The Bank Could DRASTICALLY CHANGE

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 137:32


It seems like the out of ring happenings in pro wrestling are more interesting than the stuff that happens in the ring, so here's a possibility for you. MJF leaves AEW, heads to WWE, and takes Roman Reigns spot as the next young star to lead the company into the future. If Cody Rhodes can do it, why can't MJF? Do I think this is a possibility now? Yes, I do. Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp reported this week that MJF is "frustrated with his contract situation and is leaning towards not re-signing with AEW." With all that surrounds MJF right now, and the possibility of him being AEW World Champion so great this year, it's tough to image AEW not making every attempt to try and re-sign him.  Off The Script 430 Top Stories:

Adkins Undisputed: The Most Complete Scott Adkins Podcast in the World
You Guys Are Extra White Today-Shark Bait, The Takedown, Script Watchers and the State of the World

Adkins Undisputed: The Most Complete Scott Adkins Podcast in the World

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 69:35


The Boys have zero plans and zero agenda today so enjoy an off the cuff riff session. Mike talks Shark Bait, Vyce talks The Takedown, Liam talks script watchers, and all of them talk about the extremely terrible state of the world.

Calvary Christian Church
Rewriting Your Script | Judy Mensch

Calvary Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 49:23


To hear more sermons please go to our website:http://www.calvarychristian.churchCalvary Christian Church47 Grove StreetLynnfield, MA 01940781-592-4722Support the show

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
Margaret's Engagement

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 6:22


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Lunar Eclipse II

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 2:14


One of nature's great spectacles will play out tonight: a total lunar eclipse. The Moon will pass through Earth's dark inner shadow, turning the Moon orange or red. All or most of the eclipse will be visible from all of the U.S. except Alaska. Lunar eclipses occur at full Moon, when the Moon aligns opposite the Sun in our sky. But the Moon's orbit around Earth is tilted a bit, so we don't see an eclipse every month. The full Moon has to be crossing the plane of the Sun's path across the sky to create an eclipse. And even then, it's not always a total eclipse. Sometimes, the Moon only dips part of the way into the shadow, creating a partial eclipse. There are at least two lunar eclipses every year, though, and sometimes more. This year we have two total eclipses. Tonight's gets under way when the Moon first touches the inner shadow, beginning the partial eclipse, at 9:28 p.m. Central Daylight Time. The Moon will be fully eclipsed an hour later. Totality will last an hour and 25 minutes. And the partial phase will end at 12:55 a.m., when the Moon leaves the shadow behind. All of that action will be visible from most of the U.S. — from Arizona to Montana and points east. Skywatchers to the west of that line — including Hawaii — will see all of the total eclipse but will miss out on the end of the partial eclipse. Alaska will miss out on the whole thing. But it's in prime position for the next eclipse, in November.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Crossfit Lady
Episode 14: Flipping the script on what it means to be a woman over 50.

Crossfit Lady

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 28:45


Crossfit has a tremendous impact on changing the narrative on what it means to be an older, active woman. Episode resources: We the Women Project https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOUJdfGFdEe25Aa4hA5P2XpTcvpVV2mko Next Level book by Dr Stacy Sims: https://www.drstacysims.com/

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Mars and Neptune

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 2:14


The edge of the realm of the planets is marked by Neptune, the Sun's fourth-largest major planet. It's almost four times Earth's diameter. But you need strong binoculars or a telescope to pick it out. For the next few mornings, though, it's a little easier to spot than average. That's because it's passing close to bright Mars. Neptune looks so faint because it's remote — an average of 2.8 billion miles from both Earth and the Sun. At that range, the Sun is just one-tenth of one percent as bright as it appears from Earth. That means there's not much sunlight to illuminate the planet. And despite its size, Neptune is a tiny target in our skies. Neptune is only slightly less reflective than the other giant planets — Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus. Methane in its upper atmosphere absorbs red light, giving the planet a rich blue color. The methane also hides much of the detail in Neptune's clouds. Neptune is one of four planets bunched fairly close together in the dawn sky right now. They line up in the east and southeast. Venus, the “morning star,” is lowest in the sky. Bright Jupiter is to its upper right, with Mars a little farther along the same line. It looks like a bright orange star. Neptune will stand a couple of degrees to the left of Mars tomorrow — the width of your finger held at arm's length. It'll pass just half a degree above Mars on Wednesday. The gap will widen after that, leaving Neptune all alone.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Duel Agency
Zillow flips the script…Again!

Duel Agency

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:03


Zillow changed the way consumers view, purchase and access real estate. They have once again changed the way real estate agents enter act with the market. Listen to hear Randy and Harrison's thoughts on the changes. Like what you hear? Comment below⬇️!Got a question you want the guys to answer? We have a viewers questions segment coming up so hit us with your questions too! duelagencypodcast@gmail.com.  Want to be a guest? We would love to have you! Go to https://docs.google.com/forms/u/3/d/19p7sC46YMltRnGyj_Zbo4har6ZQK4QHBdRlBSZOV9-Y/edit You can also catch us on youtube!THANKS FOR Listening!

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
The Stories They Tell

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:53


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Lunar Eclipse

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 2:14


The Moon will slip through Earth's long shadow on Sunday night, creating a total lunar eclipse. It comes exactly one year after another total eclipse — not one calendar year, but one lunar year, which is about 11 days shorter. A lunar eclipse occurs when the full Moon passes through Earth's shadow, darkening at least part of the lunar disk. It's a total eclipse when the shadow covers the entire disk. Eclipses don't happen every month, however, because the Moon's orbit around Earth is tilted. So most months, the Moon passes above or below the shadow, so there's no eclipse. An eclipse takes place only when the full Moon is crossing the plane of Earth's orbit. Eclipses can take place at intervals of one, five, or six “lunations.” A lunation is the period from one full Moon to the next — about 29 and a half days. Six lunations make a semester. And two semesters make a lunar year, which is 354.4 days long. Lunar eclipses can repeat a semester apart, in a series of eight eclipses. They aren't all visible from the same part of Earth, but there is some overlap from one eclipse to the next. Sunday's eclipse comes one semester after the last one, on November 19th, and a full lunar year after another. Another total eclipse will take place one semester from now, on November 8th, and one more eclipse in a lunar year — a barely there eclipse in which the Moon just dips into Earth's faint outer shadow.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

LE BOARD
La méthode pour percer sur Tiktok!

LE BOARD

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:15


Cette semaine, on se fait violence et ON SE LANCE sur Tiktok pour booster notre business! B2B, B2C, jeunes, vieux... tout le monde est sur Tiktok maintenant, c'est devenu "mainstream"! Enfin... tout le monde sauf toi, peut-être? Parce que tu ne connais pas les codes, tu as peur de te planter? Ou tu as peur que ça te prenne trop de temps, dans ton quotidien de solopreneur·e? Ou tu penses que tu n'as pas le talent ou la créativité pour mettre en avant ton offre, ta personnalité ou ton entreprise? Je vais t'aider à dégommer une par une ces peurs et à te lancer sur cette plateforme qui présente énormément d'avantages pour ton business : ➕ Croissance à deux chiffres, notamment sur les segments >25 ans ou >35 ans ➕ Enorme potentiel de reach organique, avec des créateurs qui passent de 1 à 100K abonnés toutes les semaines, alors que c'est impossible sur Instagram maintenant! ➕Et encore beaucoup de places à prendre, en B2B notamment! Bref, Tiktok c'est maintenant et grâce à mon invité du jour, tu vas avoir tout ce qu'il te faut pour te lancer! Abonne-toi à la newsletter du podcast pour accéder aux bonus des épisodes : les comptes à suivre, les vidéos qui cartonnent et mon retour d'expérience exclusif sur les défis que j'ai réalisés! Et n'oublie pas de me suivre sur Tiktok, parce que je vais tenter l'aventure en même temps que toi! (@freelanceflav) On se sentira moins seul·es

To The Batpoles! Batman 1966
#184 “Hizzoner”: A Good Script? It's debatable

To The Batpoles! Batman 1966

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 87:10


Stanford Sherman's Hizzoner the Penguin is a bit hard to reckon with. Satire on Batman is not in line with Lorenzo Semple Jr's vision for the show, and the 1966 political references date this arc much more than many others. And yet, it has some brilliantly funny moments. This time, we take a look at Sherman's treatment, first draft, and final script for Hizzoner to learn about the development of the story, possible reasons why Sherman was unhappy with the result, and previously unnoticed moments that suddenly stand out - for good and ill. Also, Scotty McKay's Here Comes Batman (a song that's also related to the show by three degrees of separation), Adam West on The Merv Griffin Show, and your reaction to our episode on Assistant Director Reuben Watt. "Hizzoner the Penguin" scripts: Treatment First draft Final Discuss the scripts on the '66 Message Board Here Comes Batman clip from the movie Creature of Destruction The full record of Here Comes Batman

Get Booked
If You Want A Brain-Melting Experience

Get Booked

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 45:23


Amanda and Jenn discuss complicated relationships, summer books, shocking twists, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. Fill out our listener survey and be entered to win a $50 gift card to the indie bookstore of your choice! This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Feedback Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall (rec'd by Mel) Prosperity series by Alexis Hall (Jenn cannot believe she forgot!) Books Discussed Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli (tw domestic violence) Shadow Tag by Louise Erdrich (cw: alcohol abuse) The Guncle by Steven Rowley Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers (cw: anxiety) The Guest List by Lucy Foley (tw extreme bullying) The Old Woman With the Knife by Gu Byeong-Mo with Chi-Young Kim (cw: harm to women and children, death of an animal) The Expatriates by Janice YK Lee We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo (cw: animal death, harm to children) The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir (cw: sooooo much body horror and gore) Trouble the Saints by Alaya Dawn Johnson The Map of Salt and Stars by Zeyn Joukhadar (cw: harm to children, sexual assault) The Folk of the Air series by Holly Black (The Cruel Prince) A post! Books Like A Court of Thorns and Roses Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr (cw: drug use, coercion, probably things I don't remember) For listener feedback and questions, as well as a complete list of books discussed in this episode, visit our website. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

The Storyteller’s Mission with Zena Dell Lowe
Unlocking the Secret of How to Write Great Setups and Payoffs

The Storyteller’s Mission with Zena Dell Lowe

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:28


S2_E37. Unlocking the Secret of How to Write Great Setups and PayoffsOne of the best things I ever learned in terms of setups and payoffs is how to make a setup ne barely noticeable. A truly good setup is something that the audience shouldn't be aware of, let alone expect a payoff to come from it. The problem is that audiences today are so  sophisticated that they see them coming 1000 miles away. They know when they've been set up. And when an audience member knows they've been set up in either a novel or a movie,  they wait for it to come back into play. They expect you to do something with it later, which diminishes their delight and surprise. So how do you fool your audience? How do you truly set them up without them knowing it? This entire episode is dedicated to the answer to this question, which is possibly the best trick I've ever learned as a writer. DOWNLOAD FULL TRANSCRIPTS FOR FREE on the podcast page of our website. ONLINE PLATFORMThe Storyteller's Mission online platform offers one-on-one COACHING, SCRIPT and MANUSCRIPT CRITIQUES, and ADVANCED CLASSES ON WRITING. Send us an email at info@thestorytellersmission.com, or if you have a question or a specific writing related topic that you would like Zena to consider addressing on a future episode, LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL!SPECIAL THANKS to composer CARLA PATULLO for the original music she graciously permits us to use in the intro and outro of this podcast. To find out more about this amazing talent, go to  www.carlapatullo.comSupport the show

LE BOARD
La recette d'une vidéo géniale!

LE BOARD

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:06


Cette semaine, on se fait violence et ON SE LANCE sur Tiktok pour booster notre business! B2B, B2C, jeunes, vieux... tout le monde est sur Tiktok maintenant, c'est devenu "mainstream"! Enfin... tout le monde sauf toi, peut-être? Parce que tu ne connais pas les codes, tu as peur de te planter? Ou tu as peur que ça te prenne trop de temps, dans ton quotidien de solopreneur·e? Ou tu penses que tu n'as pas le talent ou la créativité pour mettre en avant ton offre, ta personnalité ou ton entreprise? Je vais t'aider à dégommer une par une ces peurs et à te lancer sur cette plateforme qui présente énormément d'avantages pour ton business : ➕ Croissance à deux chiffres, notamment sur les segments >25 ans ou >35 ans ➕ Enorme potentiel de reach organique, avec des créateurs qui passent de 1 à 100K abonnés toutes les semaines, alors que c'est impossible sur Instagram maintenant! ➕Et encore beaucoup de places à prendre, en B2B notamment! Bref, Tiktok c'est maintenant et grâce à mon invité du jour, tu vas avoir tout ce qu'il te faut pour te lancer! Abonne-toi à la newsletter du podcast pour accéder aux bonus des épisodes : les comptes à suivre, les vidéos qui cartonnent et mon retour d'expérience exclusif sur les défis que j'ai réalisés! Et n'oublie pas de me suivre sur Tiktok, parce que je vais tenter l'aventure en même temps que toi! (@freelanceflav) On se sentira moins seul·es

StarDate Podcast
Viewing Spot

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:14


For a space telescope, Earth orbit isn't a great viewing spot. As a craft passes in and out of Earth's shadow, it changes temperature, which can mess with its instruments. Earth itself can shine into the telescope, spoiling the view. And activity on the Sun can cause Earth's atmosphere to expand, increasing drag and shortening the 'scope's lifetime. So in recent decades, several space telescopes have been sent to a spot almost a million miles away. It provides an open view of the heavens, steady temperatures, and easy contact with Earth. The spot is known as L2. It's one of five “Lagrange points” — places where the gravity of Earth and Sun are balanced. They're named for Joseph-Louis Lagrange, a mathematician and astronomer who discovered them 250 years ago. L2 is on the opposite side of Earth from the Sun, at one percent of the Sun's distance. The point itself isn't stable. But a craft can orbit L2, where it needs little fuel to stay in place. Some pioneering telescopes have studied the universe from L2. W-MAP studied the afterglow of the Big Bang — work that earned its creators a Nobel Prize. And several craft are there now, including Gaia, which is mapping more than a billion stars, and James Webb Space Telescope, which arrived early this year. Engineers are still tweaking Webb to get it ready to look for early stars and galaxies, study exoplanets and stellar nurseries, and more — from a million miles away.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

What's the Script?
Ep 66: Cool Runnings

What's the Script?

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 55:55


Jamaica has a bob sled team and a new favourite podcast! What's the Script? is the podcast where Stephen Buchanan and Stuart McPherson try to guess the plots of films they've never seen. This week is the Disney classic Cool Runnings!Very fun episode where the lads discuss John Candy's flat acting and Roger & Paddy get themselves into a spot of bother after a bob sled crash!If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, you can listen to all our previous episodes on Spotify or Apple Podcasts etc: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1twQwczCmy5XfFExemPSD3?si=bAbll8WrRgCfBPPpMv8zugApple podcasts: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1101920.rssGoogle Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMTAxOTIwLnJzcw?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjr9Pry4JvsAhUHahoKHVuhAKcQ9sEGegQIARACIf you want to support us (and get early access and lots more bonus content) you can subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/whatsthescriptSubscribe to our Youtube channel for full video episodes!

Creekwood Students
Stick to the Script - Week 4 - High School Service

Creekwood Students

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 20:08


Pastor Matt continues Stick to the Script with a teaching on a famous parable of Jesus. A wise man builds his house on a firm foundation. Today we focus on how we can apply that Biblical principle to our lives.

The Lapsed Fan
Ep. 315: WCW's Bash at the Beach 2000 'Post-Script'

The Lapsed Fan

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 222:55


Leafs Lunch
Shilton on how the Leafs' star players flipped the script, why you can't quantify Spezza's leadership and more

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 22:37


ESPN NHL reporter Kristen Shilton joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about how the Leafs' star players flipped the script, why Campbell may have benefitted from going through his rough patch earlier in the season and how Spezza has earned the respect of his teammates.

Video Marketing Secrets
#019: Make Money EVERY TIME You Go LIVE Using THIS Script

Video Marketing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 24:43


The Power Content Script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K8nMSsyg8CHIJ-QzPGQKTLmGvp8D91vSoETSVwXH4UU/edit?usp=sharing My Client Accelerator 2-Step Training: https://youtu.be/gidrzW6dYx8 Get Help Implementing Your Ads For Just $7/month: https://www.adcoachingfor7.com  

The Actors Guide with Anne Johnstonbrown
Dr. Melody Jackson - Branding & Marketing Strategist

The Actors Guide with Anne Johnstonbrown

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:30


Anne Johnstonbrown interviews Hollywood marketing strategist Dr. Melody Jackson of Smarts Girls Productions. Host: Anne Johnstonbrown (Anne (ajbprods.com))Guest: Dr. Melody Jackson (The Down and Dirty Story: How Melody Jackson Got Started in Show Biz - Smart Girls Marketing Services)Website: Smart Girls Productions (Actor Screenwriter Marketing - Smart Girls Productions - Smart Girls Marketing Services)About Dr. Jackson (The Down and Dirty Story: How Melody Jackson Got Started in Show Biz - Smart Girls Marketing Services)For Actors (Agent Meeting Practice Session - Smart Girls Marketing Services)For Screenwriters (Screenplay Query Letters - Smart Girls Marketing Services)

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
Too Much of a Good Thing

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:42


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

LE BOARD
Quel contenu pour Tiktok ?

LE BOARD

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 5:28


Cette semaine, on se fait violence et ON SE LANCE sur Tiktok pour booster notre business! B2B, B2C, jeunes, vieux... tout le monde est sur Tiktok maintenant, c'est devenu "mainstream"! Enfin... tout le monde sauf toi, peut-être? Parce que tu ne connais pas les codes, tu as peur de te planter? Ou tu as peur que ça te prenne trop de temps, dans ton quotidien de solopreneur·e? Ou tu penses que tu n'as pas le talent ou la créativité pour mettre en avant ton offre, ta personnalité ou ton entreprise? Je vais t'aider à dégommer une par une ces peurs et à te lancer sur cette plateforme qui présente énormément d'avantages pour ton business : ➕ Croissance à deux chiffres, notamment sur les segments >25 ans ou >35 ans ➕ Enorme potentiel de reach organique, avec des créateurs qui passent de 1 à 100K abonnés toutes les semaines, alors que c'est impossible sur Instagram maintenant! ➕Et encore beaucoup de places à prendre, en B2B notamment! Bref, Tiktok c'est maintenant et grâce à mon invité du jour, tu vas avoir tout ce qu'il te faut pour te lancer! Abonne-toi à la newsletter du podcast pour accéder aux bonus des épisodes : les comptes à suivre, les vidéos qui cartonnent et mon retour d'expérience exclusif sur les défis que j'ai réalisés! Et n'oublie pas de me suivre sur Tiktok, parce que je vais tenter l'aventure en même temps que toi! (@freelanceflav) On se sentira moins seul·es

StarDate Podcast
Infrared

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:14


Rattlesnakes, vampire bats, and James Webb Space Telescope have something in common: They can all detect the infrared — wavelengths of light that are too long for the human eye. That helps the snakes and bats find and catch prey. And it will help the telescope find some of the coolest and most remote objects in the universe. The light that's visible to human eyes forms only a tiny sliver of the electromagnetic spectrum. Other forms range from radio waves — the longest and least energetic — to gamma rays — the shortest and most energetic. Infrared is right in the middle. Although we can't see it, we do feel it — as heat. A fireplace and a pot of soup simmering on the stove both produce a lot of infrared. So do people and other mammals. Yet infrared is the main way to study some of the cooler objects in the universe. It's produced in large amounts by cool stars, failed stars, and stellar nurseries. Many planets emit infrared as well. And the earliest stars and galaxies also glow mainly in the infrared — their light stretched to longer wavelengths by the expansion of the universe. Webb will study all of these objects. Its infrared sensors also will peer through giant clouds of dust and let us see what's beyond. And they'll try to measure the composition of atmospheres of planets in other star systems — perhaps telling us whether any of them show hints of life. We'll talk about the telescope's viewing spot tomorrow.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Rich and Daily
Chrishell Stause Has 'Flipped' the Script

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 14:23


Richies, we watched the Selling Sunset reunion, and we're [insert Maya Vander's shocked face here]. The self-proclaimed villain Christine Quinn skipped out on the reunion, blaming Covid for her absence. But even without Ms. Drama Queen herself, there were still plenty of buzz-worthy moments. Chrishell Stause's relationship with boss Jason Oppenheim was a big storyline this season, but she surprised everyone at the reunion by announcing she's now dating non-binary musician G Flip. Plus, there's been some fake accent sleuthing. And you know we love a big faker on reality TV!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Script Apart
Prometheus with Jon Spaihts

Script Apart

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 53:40


A decade before his recent Oscar nomination for his work on Denis Villeneuve's Dune,  Jon Spaihts co-wrote Prometheus – a bold prequel to the Alien franchise that celebrates its tenth anniversary this month.  It was a philosophical sci-fi horror odyssey like no other, that upended expectations and made the New Yorker one of Hollywood's go-to names for science fiction drama that both provokes and thrills.You might know Jon as the man who co-wrote the first Doctor Strange movie along Scott Derrickson and past Script Apart guest C. Robert Cargill. He's also shepherded his own sci-fi worlds to the screen, such as Passengers – a Jennifer Lawrence-starring romance among the stars that hit cinemas in 2016. Prometheus was his introduction to the world, however. He'd written a couple of impressive spec scripts that got him into rooms with high-powered Hollywood directors. Ridley Scott was one of them. As you'll discover in this episode, the idea of an Alien prequel was kind of sprung on him. In an instant, he blurted out an idea for an epic that took the franchise and its mythology in a bold new direction, switching up the series' visceral frights for grand existential contemplation and freaky robots. In this fascinating conversation, Jon delves into about his original draft for the film, titled Alien: Engineers. It followed roughly the same beats as Prometheus but with a few notable exceptions. For starters, Engineers made the bold move of suggesting that Jesus Christ was an alien, and therefore related to the Xenomorph of the first movie. It also had a different ending that set up a planned trilogy of movies with these characters, which Jon explains in detail.  You might also want to listen out for Jon's pitch for a Star Wars series – one of the few sci-fi sandboxes he's not had a chance to play in yet…This is a spoiler-filled conversation – in space, no can you hear you scream that we ruined the plot for you. Script Apart is hosted by Al Horner and produced by Kamil Dymek. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or email us on thescriptapartpodcast@gmail.com. Support for this episode comes from ScreenCraft, Arc Studio Pro and WeScreenplay.To get ad-free episodes and exclusive content, join us on Patreon.Support the show

The Morning Toast
S5 Ep58: Snitch on the Toast with Margo Oshry: Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

The Morning Toast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:24


- 'American Idol' Alum Gabby Barrett is Pregnant with Second Child (Page Six) - How Taylor Swift Feels About Joe Alwyn's Sex Scenes in New Hulu Series (Page Six) - Dave Chappelle's Hollywood Bowl Set Won't Air on Netflix (Hollywood Reporter) - HBO Max Nab's 'Anon Pls' Berlanti Production Drama Based on DeuxMoi's Book with Script-to-Series Order (Deadline) - Andy Warhol Painting of Marilyn Monroe Sells For Record $195M (NY Post) The Morning Toast with Claudia (@girlwithnojob) and Margo Oshry (@Margoshry) Merch: https://shopmorningtoast.com/ The Morning Toast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningtoast Girl With No Job by Claudia Oshry: https://www.girlwithnojob.com/book

Feminist Book Club: The Podcast
Flipping the Script with Danica Roem

Feminist Book Club: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 25:12


Rah sits down with Danica Roem, the nation's first out-and-seated transgender state legislator, to discuss her memoir, Burn the Page: A true story of torching doubts, blazing trails, and igniting change. They touch on why it's important to get involved in politics and what it means to flip the script and write your own story.    Check out Danica's Memoir: Burn The Page: A true story of torching doubts, blazing trails, and igniting change   Other Resources mentioned:    Metalheads with kazoos drown out Westboro Baptist Church: https://www.virginiamercury.com/blog-va/metalheads-with-kazoos-drown-out-westboro-baptist-church-at-capitol/   Democratic Training for Women & the LGBTQ community:  https://emergeamerica.org/   Follow Danica: Website | Twitter | Facebook Follow Rah: Instagram | TikTok Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday   This episode was edited by Rah Hernandez and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.   Original music by @iam.onyxrose   Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.

The Actors Guide with Anne Johnstonbrown
TAG Tuesday w/ Anne Johnstonbrown - Political Activism

The Actors Guide with Anne Johnstonbrown

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 14:46


Every Tuesday, our host Anne Johnstonbrown summarizes The Actors Guide interviews from the week before and answers listener questions. (There may even be a surprise celebrity guest or two.) If you don't have time to hear the full episodes, you won't want to miss these abbreviated ones!

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

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One Strange Thing
The Highway

One Strange Thing

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 25:22


The U.S. has many purportedly haunted highways; one is Florida's I-4, sometimes known as the most dangerous in the country, has a small stretch in Seminole County known as “The Dead Zone. . .” and the name refers to more than its proclivity for disrupting cell phones and CB radios.  Go to https://getcerebral.com/strange for 65% off your first month of Cerebral!  Try out the best Private Internet Access completely risk free:  privateinternetaccess.com/OST Sources on our website: https://www.onestrangethingpodcast.com/ Join us on Patreon for early release and ad-free episodes, exclusive stories, and bonus episodes: https://www.patreon.com/OneStrangeThing Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OSTPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onestrangethingpod/  and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/One-Strange-Thing-114307627035607 Written, Hosted, and Researched by Laurah Norton Produced, Engineered, and Script-edited by Maura Currie  Want to advertise/sponsor our show? We have partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started. https://www.advertisecast.com/OneStrangeThing Copyright One Strange Thing Podcast LLC 2022 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Walking the way: A daily prayer walk
Walking the Way 10th May 2022

Walking the way: A daily prayer walk

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 20:02


Honesty Today is the 10th of May 2022. Welcome to Walking the Way. My name is Ray and I really want to say thank you to everyone for listening in as we continue to explore what it means to have a regular rhythm of worship. Credits Opening Prayer https://www.plough.com/en/subscriptions/daily-prayer Bible verse Luke 8:45 Thought for the day Ray Borrett Bible Passage Luke 8 Holy Bible, New International Version®, NIV® Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Prayer Handbook Click here to download it Download the Script: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnHHJxf-hxXprOtM7GgcHSKXsOPyIQ?e=ewokkO Supporting Walking the Way If you want to support Walking the Way, please go to: https://ko-fi.com/walkingtheway or you can subscribe to the channel: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/subscribe To contact Ray: Please leave a comment or a review. I want to find out what people think and how we make it better. www.rayborrett.co.uk ray.borrett@outlook.com @raybrrtt https://fb.me/walkingthewaypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/message

StarDate Podcast
Universal Scale

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 2:14


If you gaze into the early evening sky now, you might notice a few spots of color. The bright star Betelgeuse is orange. Arcturus is yellow orange. And Spica has a hint of blue. The colors tell us that the stars shine brightest at different wavelengths. Orange stars are cool, so they shine at longer wavelengths. Blue stars are hot, so they shine at shorter wavelengths. Yet that range represents only a tiny sliver of the electromagnetic spectrum. And astronomers use the entire spectrum to study the universe. Electromagnetic waves are produced by everything from clouds of dust to exploding stars. The longest are radio waves. Each wave — the point from one peak to the next — spans yards to miles. So astronomers use giant radio dishes — some of them hundreds of feet across — to catch the waves. Among other things, the waves tell us about some of the coldest objects in the universe, such as big clouds of gas and dust. The shortest waves are gamma rays. A wave can be smaller than the nucleus of an atom. That makes them hard to catch — they pass right through conventional detectors. So astronomers use special detectors in space, or telescopes on the ground that catch the effects of gamma rays. Visible light is in the middle. A typical wave is about the size of a large virus. Among the many detectors we use to study them are the human eye — perfectly tuned to observe a sliver of the electromagnetic spectrum. More tomorrow.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

LE BOARD
Comment devenir viral?

LE BOARD

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:21


Cette semaine, on se fait violence et ON SE LANCE sur Tiktok pour booster notre business! B2B, B2C, jeunes, vieux... tout le monde est sur Tiktok maintenant, c'est devenu "mainstream"! Enfin... tout le monde sauf toi, peut-être? Parce que tu ne connais pas les codes, tu as peur de te planter? Ou tu as peur que ça te prenne trop de temps, dans ton quotidien de solopreneur·e? Ou tu penses que tu n'as pas le talent ou la créativité pour mettre en avant ton offre, ta personnalité ou ton entreprise? Je vais t'aider à dégommer une par une ces peurs et à te lancer sur cette plateforme qui présente énormément d'avantages pour ton business : ➕ Croissance à deux chiffres, notamment sur les segments >25 ans ou >35 ans ➕ Enorme potentiel de reach organique, avec des créateurs qui passent de 1 à 100K abonnés toutes les semaines, alors que c'est impossible sur Instagram maintenant! ➕Et encore beaucoup de places à prendre, en B2B notamment! Bref, Tiktok c'est maintenant et grâce à mon invité du jour, tu vas avoir tout ce qu'il te faut pour te lancer! Abonne-toi à la newsletter du podcast pour accéder aux bonus des épisodes : les comptes à suivre, les vidéos qui cartonnent et mon retour d'expérience exclusif sur les défis que j'ai réalisés! Et n'oublie pas de me suivre sur Tiktok, parce que je vais tenter l'aventure en même temps que toi! (@freelanceflav) On se sentira moins seul·es

Tiki and Tierney
TNT - Yankees Flipped the Script

Tiki and Tierney

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 39:00


Hour 2- The New York Yankees  have hit a groove. Gerrit Cole is one of the main reasons.

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

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Walking the way: A daily prayer walk
Walking the Way 9th May 2022

Walking the way: A daily prayer walk

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 18:57


Perseverance Today is the 9th of May 2022. Welcome to Walking the Way. My name is Ray and I really want to say thank you to everyone for listening in as we continue to explore what it means to have a regular rhythm of worship. Credits Opening Prayer https://www.plough.com/en/subscriptions/daily-prayer Bible verse Luke 7:23 Thought for the day Ray Borrett Bible Passage Luke 7 Holy Bible, New International Version®, NIV® Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Prayer Handbook Click here to download it Download the Script: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnHHJxf-hxXprOtM7GgcHSKXsOPyIQ?e=ewokkO Supporting Walking the Way If you want to support Walking the Way, please go to: https://ko-fi.com/walkingtheway or you can subscribe to the channel: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/subscribe To contact Ray: Please leave a comment or a review. I want to find out what people think and how we make it better. www.rayborrett.co.uk ray.borrett@outlook.com @raybrrtt https://fb.me/walkingthewaypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/message

The Defiant Business Podcast
259: The Pressure Cooker Sales Script

The Defiant Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 33:26


Sales scripts abound in the coaching, consulting, and service space. Problem is, with most of them, no matter how full of light and love you think you are, they're manipulative. You ARE attached to the outcome because your scripts is centered around getting a “yes.” So let's pick apart the pressure cooker sales script, shall we? You will learn: What's The Pressure Cooker Sales Script? Using the Script will get you more yesses and even yesses you don't want

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
Off The Script 319 w/JDfromNY | Roman Reigns Drops A Major Hint That He Could Be Leaving WWE For Hollywood But Is WWE Prepared For Life After Roman Reigns? Major WWE 2022 Draft News & Friends Of Bray Wyatt Say He May NEVER Come Back to Pro Wrestling

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 158:54


Does WWE have a major roster problem? Now, imagine that roster without Roman Reigns. Roman Reigns addresses the WWE audience at a House Show in Trenton NJ on Saturday night, and Roman Reigns hinted it may be the last time they see him. Is WWE set up for life without Roman Reigns? What if Roman Reigns leaves and goes to Hollywood? Who will take the spot current occupied by Roman Reigns at the top of WWE? More Wrestling News, and topics on Off The Script 429 with JDfromNY:

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Regulus

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 2:14


As many as a dozen robotic landers are scheduled to head for the Moon in the next three years or so. They'll study the rocks and soil, look for signs of water, and drive across the surface. And several of them will continue an experiment that's been going on for more than half a century: lunar laser ranging. The technique bounces laser beams off special reflectors carried to the Moon by Apollo astronauts and Soviet rovers. Scientists use the technique to probe the Moon's interior, measure the Moon's motion, and even study Albert Einstein's theory of gravity. The first lunar-laser experiment didn't have those reflectors, though — it came before anything had landed on the Moon. Instead, scientists bounced the laser beams off the Moon itself. And the first “shot” took place 60 years ago tonight. The experiment was called Luna See — S-E-E. Scientists and engineers from MIT aimed a red laser at a region of jumbled terrain known as the southern highlands. Over three nights, they fired the laser 80 times and used a telescope to measure its reflection. Luna See didn't provide much scientific return. But it did show that you could bounce a laser off the Moon. And that set up the current laser experiment, which should just get better in the years ahead. The gibbous Moon is high in the sky at sunset. The bright star Regulus — the heart of the lion — stands close below it. They'll stay close together for the rest of the night.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

All Bad Things - A Disaster Podcast
Episode 253: The Sinking of the Andrea Doria, Part Two

All Bad Things - A Disaster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 82:52


David and Rachel wrap up the tragic tale of the Andrea Doria. Script by listener Christien.

Good Guys Talk Back
Ep. 170 - Flipping The Script

Good Guys Talk Back

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 51:35


Hey Sox fans, the Chicago White Sox have won six straight games, sweeping the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs. During this stretch, the Sox have flipped the script as their pitching as well as defense have been outstanding. Sox bullpen gave up one earned run during the weekend series against Boston. Solid outings by Keuchel, Cease and Velasquez have helped the White Sox finally get over .500. The offense is doing just enough but Jose Abreu is starting to heat up. Additions of Yoan Moncada and Joe Kelly will be welcomed reinforcements as the Sox begin a seven game home stand against the Guardians and Yankees. The weather is warmed up and so are the White Sox. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/good-guys-talk-back/message

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
The Anchor in this Stormy Sea of Life

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 5:14


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast

The star that anchors the Big Dipper's handle is a bit of an outcast. The five stars that make up the dipper's middle are members of the same family — the Ursa Major Moving Group. They were born from the same cloud of gas and dust, and they move through space together. The stars at the ends of the dipper are different. Tens of thousands of years from now, they will have moved away from the others as seen from Earth, pulling the “dipper” apart. Alkaid is the end of the dipper's handle. It's farther away than the members of the moving group — about a hundred light-years. And it's only about 10 million years old, which is far younger than the members of the moving group. Ten million years isn't long on the astronomical time scale — the Sun is four-and-a-half billion years old. Even so, Alkaid is getting well along in life because it's more than six times as massive as the Sun. The cores of heavy stars are much hotter than those of lighter stars, which revs up their nuclear reactions. They consume their nuclear fuel at a much faster rate, so they burn out much more quickly. Alkaid, for example, will live a “normal” lifetime of less than a hundred million years, versus 10 billion years for the Sun — a short life for a stellar outcast. Look for Alkaid in the north as night falls, with the rest of the dipper extending to its left. The dipper rotates down toward the northern horizon during the night, ready to scoop up a dipperful of stars.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
Inland Empire Q&A - David Lynch

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022


Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews writer-director David Lynch in 2006 and 2022 about Inland Empire. Download my podcast here Copyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2006, 2022. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine @ www.backstory.net