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Teaching Learning Leading K-12
Michelle B. Slater - Starving to Heal in Siberia: My Radical Recovery from Late-Stage Lyme Disease and How It Could Help Others - 537

Teaching Learning Leading K-12

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 34:55


Michelle B. Slater - Starving to Heal in Siberia: My Radical Recovery from Late-Stage Lyme Disease and How It Could Help Others. This is episode 537 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Michelle Slater is a scholar of comparative literature and president of the educational nonprofit Mayapple Center for the Arts and Humanities in Connecticut. She holds a Ph.D. in French literature from Johns Hopkins University. Her long battle with and recovery from late-stage neurological Lyme disease served as the genesis for this book. Debilitated by the disease to the extent that she was no longer able to teach at her university or perform simple tasks like driving and reading, Slater spent several years pursuing every known treatment, from aggressive allopathic methods to holistic remedies. When all failed to deliver recovery, she discovered Dr. Sergey Filonov's dry fasting program and spent two months in Siberia under his care. She recovered completely from Lyme disease, regaining her memory and returning to researching, writing, hiking, and running. Since 2017, she has not experienced a single symptom. We are focused on her book - Starving to Heal in Siberia: My Radical Recovery from Late-Stage Lyme Disease and How It Could Help Others. Powerful! Inspiring! Thanks for listening! Before you go... Could you do me a favor? Please go to my website at https://www.stevenmiletto.com/reviews/ or open the podcast app that you are listening to me on and would you rate and review the podcast? That would be Awesome. Thanks! If you are listening on Apple Podcasts on your phone go to the logo - click so that you are on the main page with a listing of the episodes for my podcast and scroll to the bottom. There you will see a place to rate and review. Could you review me?That would be so cool. Thank you! Hey, I've got another favor...could you share the podcast with one of your friends, colleagues, and family members? Hmmm? What do you think? That would so awesome! Thanks for sharing! Thanks for listening! Connect & Learn More: https://michelleslater.com/ https://www.facebook.com/michelle.slater.9699523 https://www.instagram.com/michelleslaterny/ https://twitter.com/michell03382543 www.filonov.net    Length - 34:55

Topic Lords
172. Don't Apply Any Torque To This Bag

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 76:40


Lords: * Alex * Shannon Topics: * Incomprehensible PSAs (Remember to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide) * Games which use player ignorance as a major mechanic (Outer Wilds, Tunic) * Man out of Space Easiest * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MOOSE * Stepped on a plum (overripe plum) (barefoot) * https://utopians.tumblr.com/post/659350035592609792/stepped-on-a-plum-overripe-plum-barefoot-it * Australia trends (pre vs post pay, pay at pump vs parking meter vs toll camera) * Bats! Micro & Mega Microtopics: * The Broken Earth Trilogy. * The Lightly-Massaged Earth Trilogy. * Turkish Delight vs. a Turkish Delight candy bar. * A candy that gives you the feeling of nostalgia but no corresponding memories. * Remembering to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide in the kitchen. * The three onomatopoeias for applying sunscreen. * Lamenting to your partner that you forgot to slip. * Posters that just say "don't forget to slip slop slap seek and slide" with no further context. * A cool grandpa following safety instructions. * Actionable snake advice. * Various ways to distinguish goats and sheep. * A music video that is also a drunk driving PSA. * How to use search atoms. * If you're on the train, that's a shame. * Rhyming platitudes about how social media is bad for your mental health and society as a whole. * A music video trying to get across a safe sex message to the kids. * Do They Even Know it's Christmas? * Something jarring to hear on the radio. * A desert wasteland full of crying children. * Tunic. * Reading the manual of the video game you just bought on the drive home. * Evoking the idea of playing old video games. * Jumping puzzles that cost you twenty minutes of your life if you fall. * A Jules Verne conception of the solar system where other planets are a five minute rocket trip away. * Learning a code and keeping it in your brain. * The Hourglass Twins. * Not being sure what to do so you go look at the moon. * The kind of game where most of the fun is figuring out how to play the game. * AAA games trying to make artistic statements about AAA games. * Hatoful Boyfriend as a better Doki Doki Literature Club. * A horror story about pigeons. * An ablative heat shield on your butt. * Manually aiming the rocket without being to look outside of your polyester bag. * The legality of dropping a moose out of a spaceship. * A safety mechanism that is not appealing to aerospace professionals. * Landing an airplane on Mars and then remote-piloting Mars rovers from inside the airplane. * The world's largest saltwater crocodile. * Pulling the quick release flap on the crocodile's mouth. * Don't Go To Space. * It's the 60s, and it's a bag. * A snorkel for when you land in the ocean and can't get out of your foam entombment capsule. * Bringing along a shotgun in case your escape pod lands in Siberia. * Clown First Lover Second. * A single paragraph with 19 parenthetical phrases and no other punctuation. * Deciding to hem your sweatpants. * Plum Nightmare. * Finding two extra poems inside an existing poem. * What to expect when you read a poem. * Whether it's illegal to drive barefoot. * Bare feet and there's textures down here. * The utter lack of technology at the pump. * No-flush toilets. * What kinds of towels they use to clean up messes in Australia. * Public restrooms that automatically eject you if you're not done in ten minutes. * Honeycomb candy with the same texture as instant coffee. * Look to your left; look to your right; one of you is a bat. * Visiting baby bats in the bat hospital. * Bats as pollinators. * Giving stuffed animals to baby bats. * The pollinating and bug-eating ecosystem. * A bat the size of a bat. * Spectacled flying foxes. * Bats reverse-nicheing back into mice. * Bats becoming nocturnal to avoid their creditors.

Strange Places
S3E73 - The Tunguska Event

Strange Places

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2023 44:28


The Tunguska Event is a mysterious event that occurred on June 30th, 1908, in the remote region of Siberia. The event involved an explosion of immense proportions that flattened over 2,000 square kilometers of forest and left no trace of impact. Scientists believe that the explosion was caused by a meteoroid or comet fragment entering the atmosphere and exploding in mid-air. The Tunguska Event has become one of the most studied natural disasters in history, with scientists trying to understand what caused it and how it could have happened. It has also been a source of speculation for many conspiracy theorists, but are any of the conspiracies true? ----------------- This episode was brought to you by the My Two-Cents Podcast! LINK BELOW: https://anchor.fm/walesa-norris/episodes/Getting-Your-Joy-Back-After-Going-Through-Trauma-e1tqjqu/a-a6o93hf ----------------- This episode was brought to you by my favorite new social media site! KeepOnSharing! Link below: https://KeepOnSharing.com/myplace/?ur=Rx%2F9V7cAYeEEvMfpDCIz%2Fw%3D%3D&r=Rx%2F9V7cAYeEEvMfpDCIz%2Fw%3D%3D ---------------- Visit us on the web- http://www.asylum817.com ----------------- to support the show, check us out on Patreon- http://www.patreon.com/asylum817 ----------------- DISTROKID AFFILIATE LINK: https://www.distrokid.com/vip/seven/3128872 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/billie-dean-shoemate-iii/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/billie-dean-shoemate-iii/support

Saint of the Day
Our Father among the Saints, Nikolai (Nicholas), Archbishop and Enlightener of Japan (1912)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2023 2:32


Born in Russia in 1836, he became one of the great Orthodox missionaries of modern times. As a boy, he resolved to become a missionary in the far East. With the counsel and blessing of Bishop Innocent of Siberia and Alaska, he went to Japan in 1861 and joined a small Russian mission there. Though the mission's official purpose was to minister to the Russian consular community, the consul-general who invited Hieromonk Nikolai hoped to bring the light of the Orthodox Faith to the Japanese people as well. Realizing that he could only hope to convert the Japanese people if they understood one another well, Fr Nikolai immersed himself in the study of Japanese thought, culture and language. Over the course of his life he translated most of the Bible and most of the Orthodox services into Japanese, and became a fluent speaker of the language. He encountered much resistance: Preaching of Christian doctrine was officially banned in Japan, and a Samurai once approached him with the words "Foreigners must die!" It was this same Samurai who later became his first Japanese priest. In 1880 he was elevated to Bishop of Japan. During the Russo-Japanese war he remained in Japan and labored successfully to overcome nationalist strife that might have harmed or destroyed the Church in Japan. He encouraged all his Japanese faithful to pray for the Japanese armed forces, though he explained that as a Russian he could not do so, and excluded himself from all public services for the duration of the war. He sent Russian-speaking Japanese priests to the prison camps to minister to Russian prisoners of war. At the time of his repose in 1912, after forty-eight years in Japan, St Nikolai left a Cathedral, eight churches, more than 400 chapels and meeting houses, 34 priests, 8 deacons, 115 lay catechists, and 34,110 Orthodox faithful. The Church of Japan is now an autonomous Orthodox Church under the care of the Moscow Patriarchate.

The Asianometry Podcast
How Oil Ate the Soviet Economy

The Asianometry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 18:04


In 1979, the Soviet Union was the world's leading producer of oil, pumping 11.5 million barrels of oil each day. At the end of our last video on this, the Soviet Union finished the 1960s as the second biggest oil producing nation in the world. Even so, the country's most plentiful bounties of oil and natural gas were still yet to come, hiding beneath Siberia's frozen swamps and lakes. In this video, we look at how the Soviet Union became an energy superpower and how that contributed to the country's eventual dissolution.

The BUMP Podcast
S4 Ep5: Inside the Sierra Sounds w/ Ron Morehead

The BUMP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 92:28


You ready for this one? Ron Morehead has been known for decades for his worldwide research into the Bigfoot/Sasquatch phenomenon. He is an author, researcher, lecturer, experiencer, and producer of the Sierra Sounds. To date, he comes closer than any other researcher to having a complete body of evidence. The Sierra Sounds are the only Bigfoot recordings that have been scientifically studied, time-tested, and accredited as genuine. Ron has documented his personal interactions with these giant beings and produced his story on a CD and also in a book, "Voices in the Wilderness." In order to try and understand the enigmas associated with these giants, he began to delve into Quantum Physics for the scientific answers that he and his hunting friends experienced, and as a result he wrote another thought-provoking book," The Quantum Bigfoot." Ron now resides with his partner, Keri, in North Carolina, but has traveled from Alaska to Patagonia and from North America to Siberia in search of the truth to how these beings are able to stay so hidden from Classical science. Besides being the keynote Speaker at many conventions, he has been featured on countless radio programs and TV documentaries such as the Learning Channel and Travel Channel. www.ronmorehead.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebumppodcast/support

Earth Ancients
Destiny: Christopher McIntosh, Occult Russia

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 81:03


Explores how the search for meaning in the post-Soviet era has given rise to a revival of ancient spiritual traditions and a plethora of new movements• Reveals the survival of ancient Slavic deities, pagan practices, and folk medicine tradition in modern Russia, including the indigenous pre-Christian customs of the Mari people and the shamanic traditions of Siberia• Examines the precursors to modern spiritual movements in the “Silver Age” (1880-1920) and discusses the impact of the Russian Revolution on spiritual and esoteric groups• Offers a deep look at the controversial Book of Veles, branded by some as a forgery and hailed by others as an epic chronicle of the Slavic peopleIn this in-depth look at occult and esoteric traditions in Russia, Christopher McIntosh explores the currents of mysticism, myth, magic, and the spiritual to which the Russian soul has always been attuned. The author explains how the search for meaning in the post- Soviet era has given rise to a revival of ancient spiritual traditions and a plethora of new movements. He examines the precursors to these movements in the “Silver Age” (1880-1920) before the Revolution, when alternative forms of spirituality were finding new life as a reaction to the ongoing climate of violence, revolt, and repression. He discusses the impact of the Russian Revolution on spiritual and esoteric groups and shows how their activities were tolerated and even in some instances encouraged--until Stalin assumed power in 1924.Discussing the spiritual reawakening after the fall of communism in 1989, the author explores the survival of Slavic deities and pagan practices in modern Russia, including the indigenous pre-Christian customs of the Mari people and the shamanic traditions of Siberia. He examines the resurgence of the Orthodox Church and the burgeoning of alternative forms of spirituality. He offers a deep look at the controversial Book of Veles, branded by some as a forgery and hailed by others as an epic chronicle of the Slavic people. He also explores the interface between spirituality and the arts and the unique qualities of the Russian language as a medium for the sacred.Revealing the implications of the modern Russian spiritual and esoteric renaissance, McIntosh shows that it still remains to be seen whether Edgar Cayce's prediction of Russia as the hope of the world will come true or if Russia will remain, as Churchill famously stated, “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.”Christopher McIntosh is a British-born writer and historian, specializing in the esoteric traditions of the West. He has a doctorate in history from Oxford University, a degree in German from London University, and a diploma in Russian from the United Nations Language School. The author of many books, most recently Beyond the North Wind, he lives in Lower Saxony, North Germany.

Madigan's Pubcast
Episode 123: Running the Rocky Steps, Capone's Shipwrecked Speakeasy, & Closing Machu Picchu

Madigan's Pubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 86:59


Kathleen opens the show drinking a Stacy's Mom Citrus IPA from Philly's Evil Genius Beer Company. She reviews her sold-out weekend in Philly at Parx Casino, drinking green beer at McGillin's Olde Ale House and tailgating with random Eagles fans before her friend Anita Baker sang the national anthem at the NFC Championship. QUEEN NEWS: Kathleen shares that Queen Stevie has announced her solo 2023 Tour dates, and Queen Dolly's Imagination Library has expanded to Scotland. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for delicious not-so-nutritious food, Kathleen samples Herr's Fire Roasted Sweet Corn popcorn, Zapp's VooDoo Heat potato chips, and The Ranch Darwinian's Homemade AF Buttermilk Ranch. UPDATES: Kathleen gives updates on Anna Delvey's new reality show, Netflix freeloaders have a March deadline, the family of Tiger King's Carole Baskin's “dead” husband breaks their silence“HOLY SHIT THEY FOUND IT”: Kathleen is amazed to read about the discovery of Al Capone's secret sunken Prohibition-era speakeasy, rare Pallas's cats are discovered in Nepal, and scientists find a preserved 9,000-yr-old bison mummy in Siberia. FRONT PAGE PUB NEWS: Kathleen shares articles on the recent closure of Machu Picchu, Ticketmaster execs defend their part in the Taylor Swift presale debacle, Justin Bieber sells his music catalog, a Florida woman is rescued from a storm drain for the 3rd time, in 3 years, Planet Fitness is allegedly running an illegal billing operation, Antarctica has a new iceberg, Jewish heirs sue the Guggenheim over a Picasso sold to flee the Nazis, and scientific reasons for procrastinating. WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen recommends watching “JANN” on Roku, and Season 2 of “The Hunters” on Amazon.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Strange Animals Podcast
Episode 313: The Wolverine and the Kakapo

Strange Animals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 13:42


This week we learn about two interesting animals from opposite parts of the world! Thanks to Felix and Jaxon for suggesting the wolverine and the kakapo. Further reading: Study: Wolverines need refrigerators Kakapo Comeback [this article has some fantastic pictures!] The wolverine likes cold weather: So many young kakapos! The kakapo is a really big bird: (Photo by Matu Booth) Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I'm your host, Kate Shaw. This week we're going to cover two animals suggested by listeners who spell their names with an X. I had already picked out these topics from the list and just now noticed both suggesters have X's in their names. Thanks to Jaxon and Felix for these suggestions! First, Felix suggested we learn about the wolverine. We've talked about it before in episode 62, but there's a whole lot more to learn about this uncommon animal. The wolverine is a mustelid, which is a family that includes weasels, ferrets, and other small, long, skinny animals with short legs. But the wolverine is big and broad, although its legs are pretty short. It kind of looks like a small bear and stands about 18 inches tall at the shoulder, or 45 cm. It's light brown with darker brown or black legs, muzzle, tail, and back, and some have silvery-gray markings too. Its tail is short but fluffy. It lives in cold, mountainous areas, including northern Canada and Alaska, Siberia, and parts of Norway, Sweden, and Finland. The wolverine is mainly a scavenger of animals that are already dead, but it will also kill and eat pretty much anything it can catch. This includes rabbits, mice, rats, porcupines, geese, and other small or relatively small animals, but it sometimes kills animals a lot bigger than it is, like deer. It will also eat eggs, berries, seeds, and anything else it can find. It's not a picky eater. The wolverine nearly went extinct in the 19th century due to overhunting for its fur, which is mostly waterproof and frost-proof. People used it to line winter clothes. The wolverine is also vulnerable to habitat loss and climate change, since it needs deep snow and cold temperatures to survive. Because the wolverine lives where winters are harsh, when it finds a lot of food, it will sometimes bury it in snow to eat later. It chooses a protected area between boulders or a natural crevice in rocks to put the dead animal, then covers it with deep snow to keep it fresh for longer, just like putting meat in a freezer. Females in particular need this stored food, because they give birth in winter and need lots of food so they can produce milk for their babies. But if you've ever taken food out of the freezer, you know it's hard as a rock. How does the wolverine eat meat that's frozen solid? Not only does the wolverine have strong jaws and teeth, it actually has a special tooth in the back of the mouth that points inward, one on each side of the upper jaw. The inward-pointing tooth allows the wolverine to tear off chunks of frozen meat more easily. Other mustelids have this arrangement of teeth too. A male wolverine roams widely through a large territory, which can sometimes be hundreds of square miles. Pairs often mate for life although they don't spend a lot of time together, and sometimes a male will have two or three mates. In winter, the female digs a den deep into the snow to have her babies, and while she mostly takes care of them by herself, the father wolverine will visit from time to time and bring everyone food. The babies stay with their mother for up to a year, and sometimes the half-grown wolverines will go traveling with their dad for a while. The wolverine is sometimes called the nasty cat because it has a strong smell, which it uses to mark its territory. “Nasty cat” is the funniest name for an animal I've ever heard. Next, Jaxon suggested the kakapo, which is a weird and adorable bird. It's flightless and nocturnal, lives only in New Zealand,

The Radio 3 Documentary
Yiddish Glory

The Radio 3 Documentary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 44:35


During World War II, approximately 1.6 million Soviet, Polish and Romanian Jews survived the Holocaust by escaping to Soviet Central Asia and Siberia, avoiding imminent death in ghettos, firing squads and killing centres. Many of them wrote music about these horrors as the Holocaust was unfolding before their eyes. A miraculous discovery in the Vernadsky National Library in Kyiv revealed a collection of Yiddish music created during the 1940s that documented their numerous traumas: dangerous train journeys, often in cattle cars; prison sentences, disease, and deep anxieties about family members left behind in Europe. During World War II, these songs were collected by amateur and professional poets, and then organised by the Ukrainian folklorist Moisei Beregovsky. However, the archive was confiscated by the KGB soon after the end of the war. The songs were never performed since, in public or in private. Singer Alice Zawadzki, whose own family found themselves on a similar journey to Central Asia, and historian Anna Shternshis (University of Toronto), who led the project to bring these songs back to life, travel to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to retrace the journeys of those Jewish refugees who became music composers. From Tashkent and Samarkand to Bukhara and Almaty, they found abandoned factories where refugees worked, saw huts where they slept, met with the descendants of families who welcomed them and children of those survivors themselves who stayed in Central Asia. For the first time in 80 years, the songs created by Jewish refugees during the war were performed in these lands, by local musicians and composers, by children of refugees themselves, and by Alice Zawadzki. Producer: Michael Rossi.

SpyHards Podcast
Kompromat DECLASSIFIED

SpyHards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 58:58


Agents Scott and Cam try to escape Siberia while delivering an exclusive DECLASSIFIED review of the new French espionage thriller Kompromat. Plus, Scott talks to writer/director Jérôme Salle and actors Gilles Lallouche and Joanna Kulig about bringing this tense story to the screen. Spoilers start at 33:38. Directed by Jérôme Salle. Starring Gilles Lellouche, Joanna Kulig, Louis-Do de Lencquesaing, Michael Gor, Aleksey Gorbunov, Elisa Lasowski, Daniil Vorobyov, Judith Henry and Igor Jijikine. Kompromat is available now on PVOD and in select theatres. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes. Theme music by Doug Astley.

Strange Brew Podcast!
The Dyatlov Pass Part 2 | The Theories!

Strange Brew Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 116:52


We're back with more questions and lots of bizarre theories about what strange events took place on a mountainside in Russia that would lead to nine hikers' deaths.. When the search party finally found the bodies of the missing hikers in the Ural Mountains, the scene was so horrifying and so confounding that it would inspire conspiracy theories for decades to come. Frozen corpses. Strange injuries and missing body parts. Curious levels of radiation. Each discovery was more perplexing than the last. Who — or what — killed nine young and extremely experienced hikers on the slopes of Dead Mountain in western Siberia in 1959?    Follow all the madness on social media! Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/strangebrewpodcast www.strangebrewpodcast.com Strange brew's INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/strangebrew...​ Strange brew's FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/strangebrewpod TOMCAT- https://www.instagram.com/theraptilian/ BILLY KIRBY- https://www.instagram.com/billehk ANTON- https://www.instagram.com/h.p_shovekraft/?hl=en Anton's Twitch- Twitch @ invaderdaggett_ttv Strange Brew's Twitch @ strangebrewttv Find First Class Horror on all Podcast Platforms!  LINK BELOW..  https://linktr.ee/FirstClassHorror   

The 21st Show
Best of: Illinois Holocaust survivor recounts escape from Nazis

The 21st Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023


In 1939, Dr. Bill Gingold was born in Warsaw. His family escaped the Nazis and lived in Siberia before making a new life in Illinois.

The History Cache Podcast
The Great 1908 New York to Paris Auto Race: The Finale

The History Cache Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 77:53


The finale is here! After nearly 22,000 miles, or over 35,000 kilometers, we finish the Great 1908 New York to Paris Auto Race. This episode covers the entire trek through Siberia and Europe. After nearly six months of a grueling auto race before gas stations, highways, asphalt, road maps, or power steering, our remaining competitors in the American Thomas Flyer, the Italian Zust, and the German Protos brave the huge expanse of Russia, something no one else had ever done in an automobile. They face floods, bandits, malaria, hail, freezing rain, bogs, and, as always, a string of mechanical mishaps all coming together to bring you the most exciting episode in this series. Six cars began this journey, only three remain. Come discover the historic ending of what just may be the greatest race of all time. Adventure awaits. Let's go for a drive.

Everything Everywhere Daily History Podcast
The Lykov Family (Encore)

Everything Everywhere Daily History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 9:58


In 1978, a Soviet helicopter pilot flying over the forests of Siberia made an incredible discovery. Not far from the border of Mongolia, up the side of a mountain, he saw a clearing and signs of human habitation.  The location was far removed from any other humans. In fact, it was almost 250 kilometers to the nearest human settlement.  What they found there was astonishing. Learn more about the incredible Lykov Family on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.  Subscribe to the podcast!  https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes -------------------------------- Executive Producer: Charles Daniel Associate Producers: Peter Bennett & Thor Thomsen   Become a supporter on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingeverywhere Update your podcast app at newpodcastapps.com Discord Server: https://discord.gg/UkRUJFh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everythingeverywhere/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EverythingEverywhere Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everythingeverywheredaily Twitter: https://twitter.com/everywheretrip Website: https://everything-everywhere.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

My Show with Alex and Jake
Episode 259 - Russian Pissing Tree

My Show with Alex and Jake

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 59:46


Episode 2 of 2023, brought to you by Josh's bear stick! In this episode of My Show, the guys talk about the AI Chat machine writing a Mint Mobile commercial. Rbn talks about a couple movies he's seen in the last week (M3GAN & We Need Rent Money). There's discussion of the newest HBO TV show, The Last of Us, which is based directly off of the Playstation game of the same title. There is discussion of the upcoming Oregon Ducks Football season by the boys. Jake had a fun weekend Poppin' Tags, and Dave has a story similar to Jurassic Park, regarding Wooly Mammoths in real life Siberia in 2024. We end on some discussion of the untimely passing of ROH wrestler, Jay Briscoe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/myshowaj/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/myshowaj/support

Discovery to Recovery
Episode 31: Porphyry Systems - from Bottom to Top

Discovery to Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 55:59


Can we track the evolution of a fertile porphyry system from the mantle to the deposit?  The FAMOS (From Arc Magmas to Ores) Project in the UK was conceived to tackle the fundamental processes involved in porphyry ore systems and brought a diverse set of researchers and industry collaborators together.  The interdisciplinary teams combined experimental petrology, volcanology, numerical modelling and mineral analysis.  They worked together to  constrain the conditions for porphyry ore deposit formation and to further develop indicators of fertile systems. The aim was to use mineral chemistry to interpret processes in the magmatic-hydrothermal systems and ultimately use the recorded signatures in minerals as a discrimination tool in exploration.  As the project wraps-up we talked to three contributors about what they have learned and what this type of ‘big' science collaboration can accomplish.Our first guest, Jamie Wilkinson is a senior scientist at the Natural History Museum in London, UK.  A self-described 'want to be petrologist', Jamie has a diverse background in ore deposits with expertise in metal transport, applications of mineral chemistry and isotopes.  Jamie is a leader of the FAMOS research project and takes  us through the big ideas from the mantle to the signatures in the minerals.Growing up in Siberia, Elena Melekhova was surrounded by geology and mines, but it was the discovery of experimental petrology that united her drive to understand the natural world with her passion for laboratory experiments.  Elena is the experimental petrology laboratory lead at the University of Oxford and her FAMOS research provides fundamental data that challenges some of our assumption about the Sr/Y indicator ratio.So why would industry be interested in participating in this fundamental research into magmatic-hydrothermal processes?  We talked to Christian Ihlenfeld, Anglo American to find out what was surprising to them about the outcomes and why they provided a significant, large data set on the Los Bronces District, Chile for use by the FAMOS consortium.Theme music is Confluence by Eastwindseastwindsmusic.com

The Documentary Podcast
Yiddish glory: Jewish refugees in Central Asia

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 50:35


During World War Two, approximately 1.6 million Soviet, Polish and Romanian Jews survived by escaping to Soviet Central Asia and Siberia, avoiding imminent death in ghettos, firing squads and killing centres. Many of them wrote music about these horrors as the Holocaust unfolded. Singer Alice Zawadzski, whose own family found themselves on a similar journey to Central Asia, and historian Anna Shternshis of the University of Toronto, who led the project to bring these songs back to life, travel to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to retrace the journeys of those Jewish refugees who became music composers.

Expanded Perspectives
The Dragon of Death Valley

Expanded Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 74:57


On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the guys start off talking about the beautiful weather they have been experiencing for the month of January. Then, they discuss getting ready for the upcoming 3D archery tournaments they will be shooting in. Next, a group of friends observes what they think were two large extra-terrestrials in upstate New York. Then, someone in northeast Pennsylvania sees an 8ft to 10ft pale crawler in 2021. Then, Kyle brings up the incredible endeavor that is being constructed in Russia known as Pleistocene Park! Pleistocene Park is a nature reserve on the Kolyma River south of Chersky in the Sakha Republic, Russia, in northeastern Siberia, where an attempt is being made to re-create the northern subarctic steppe grassland ecosystem that flourished in the area during the last glacial period. After the break, Kyle brings up some tales of dinosaurs observed in the old west! All of this and more on this installment of Expanded Perspectives! Sponsors: Lumi Labs: Microdose is available nationwide. To get 30% off your first order just go to Microdose.com and use the code EXPANDED Want to Share Your Story? Email: expandedperspectives@yahoo.com Hotline: 888-393-2783

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
How to survive over 80 days in the wilderness alone, fighting off bears and badgers with TV Show "Alone" winner Jordan Jonas

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 49:11


How to survive over 80 days in the wilderness alone, fighting off bears and badgers with TV Show "Alone" winner Jordan Jonas Jordan grew up in Idaho country, surrounded by the beautiful lakes of that vast state. Being surrounded by nature, he grew up spending his formative years in nature. As a young adult, he came of age as he spent a year riding freight trains across the US - spending countless days and nights navigating both rural and urban environments. Soon after he left for Russia where he would spend the better part of the next ten years living in Siberia in villages, with fur trappers, and ultimately with traditional nomadic reindeer herders. Amongst these people, Jordan would learn the art of survival - not as taught in classes, but as lived day in and day out by people whose existence depends on those skills. The skills acquired over his life were proven effective and reliable when Jordan won season 6 of History Channel's Alone show, spending 77 days in the Arctic while also successfully hunting a bull moose, a wolverine, dozens of rabbits, squirrels, grouse, and numerous fish.  

Spout Podcast
Oliver Tree II

Spout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 23:47


On the outside, we see the wacky bowl cut, the colorful wardrobe, the eccentric music videos, and the inevitable scooter. Still, all that flash is backed up by tens of millions of fans who clamor for the music of Oliver Tree. Oliver Tree is unlike any other artist; from comedy to action sports, from reality TV to WWE wrestling, to concerts in Siberia, it's hard to keep up with the "Miss You" hitmaker. He joins us for a second time on the Spout Podcast with host Erik Zachary as the two spout off on dentistry, screenplays, remixes, uncles, a beef with a famous DJ, Oliver's goals for the New Year, and about a thousand other topics!

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K507: 北極迅速變暖 往昔降雪處改下雨

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 4:03


歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K507: In a Rapidly Warming Arctic, Rain Where It Used to Snow As humans warm the planet, the once reliably frigid and frozen Arctic is becoming wetter and stormier, with shifts in its climate and seasons that are forcing local communities, wildlife and ecosystems to adapt, scientists said Tuesday in an annual assessment of the region. 科學家們周二在對北極地區的年度評估中表示,隨著人類使地球變暖,昔日非常寒冷和冰凍的北極正在變得更潮濕且多風雨,氣候與季節的變化正迫使當地社區、野生動物和生態系統進行調適。 Even though 2022 was only the Arctic's sixth warmest year on record, researchers saw plenty of new signs this year of how the region is changing. 儘管2022年只是北極有紀錄以來第六溫暖的年份,但研究人員今年看到該地區正發生改變的許多新跡象。 A September heat wave in Greenland, for instance, caused the most severe melting of the island's ice sheet for that time of the year in over four decades of continuous satellite monitoring. In 2021, an August heat wave had caused it to rain at the ice sheet's summit for the first time. 例如,格陵蘭島9月熱浪導致島上冰蓋融化的嚴重程度,創衛星連續監測40多年來的同期之最。2021年8月的熱浪首度導致冰蓋頂部下雨。 “Insights about the circumpolar region are relevant to the conversation about our warming planet now more than ever,” said Richard Spinrad, administrator of the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “We're seeing the impacts of climate change happen first in polar regions.” 美國國家海洋暨大氣總署署長史賓拉德說:「對極地地區的深入了解,跟我們關於地球暖化的討論比以往任何時候都更相關。我們看到氣候變遷的影響最先發生在極地地區。」 Temperatures in the Arctic Circle have been rising much more quickly than those in the rest of the planet, transforming the region's climate into one defined less by sea ice, snow and permafrost and more by open water, rain and green landscapes. 北極圈氣溫上升速度一直比地球其他地區快上許多,這造成該地區的氣候不再由海冰、積雪和永凍土決定,而取決於開放水域、雨水與綠色景觀。 Nearly 150 experts from 11 nations compiled this year's assessment of Arctic conditions, the Arctic Report Card, which NOAA has produced since 2006. This year's report card was issued Tuesday. 來自11國近150名專家編纂今年的北極狀況評估報告,也就是美國國家海洋暨大氣總署2006年以來發布的《北極年度報告》。今年的報告在周二發布。 Between October 2021 and September, air temperatures above Arctic lands were the sixth warmest since 1900, the report card said, noting that the seven warmest years have been the last seven. Rising temperatures have helped plants, shrubs and grasses grow in parts of the Arctic tundra, and 2022 saw levels of green vegetation that were the fourth highest since 2000, particularly in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, northern Quebec and central Siberia. 報告中表示,北極在2021年10月到今年9月間的氣溫為1900年來第六高,並指最近7年是氣溫前七高的年份。氣溫上升有助於部分北極苔原地區植物、灌木及草的生長,2022年綠色植被水準創2000年以來第四高,尤其是在加拿大北極群島、魁北克北部及西伯利亞中部。 Indicators of sea ice rebounded this year after near-record-lows in 2021, but they were still below long-term averages, the assessment found. March is typically when the ice is at its greatest extent each year, September its lowest. At both points this year, ice levels were among the lowest since satellites have been making reliable measurements. 評估發現,2021年接近歷史低點後,海冰指標今年有所反彈,但仍低於長期平均水準。每年3月通常是海冰面積最大的時候,9月時則最小。在今年這兩個時間點,海冰冰層均是自衛星進行可靠測量以來最低。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6861249 Powered by Firstory Hosting

History Teachers Talking
Talking about the 1918 U.S. Military Action in Russia

History Teachers Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 27:37


In a little-known episode at the height of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson dispatched thousands of American soldiers to Siberia. This is their story.

Science Friday
Lab-Grown Meat Progress, Early Human Migration Updates. January 13, 2023, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 46:17


Early Migration To North America Likely Wasn't A One-Way Road The story of how early humans migrated to North America might not be as simple as we once thought. The prevailing theory was that ancient peoples traveled from Siberia to modern-day Alaska using the Bering strait as a land bridge. But new genomic research, published in Current Biology, reveals movement in the opposite direction, back to Asia, as well. Ira talks with Sophie Bushwick, technology editor at Scientific American, about the new research, and other top science stories of the week, including a new AI voice generator, a green comet visible visit in the night sky for the first time in 50,000 years, and how a specific atmospheric weather pattern caused historic flooding in California. Lab-Grown Meats Are Finally Inching Closer To Commercial The United States is one of the largest consumers of meat in the world, with the average American eating 273 pounds of meat per year That's not to say that tastes aren't changing: Nearly a quarter of Americans say they have cut down on meat consumption, and 41% of Americans under 50 have tried plant-based meat. There's been a wave of companies and academic institutions working on cellular agriculture—a fancy way of saying animal products grown from cells in labs, and not from a meat farm. While lab-grown meat is not available in grocery stores yet, the FDA gave approval to make meat from animal cell culture for the first time in November. Upside Foods, the company making the product, makes chicken from cells grown in tanks. Joining Ira to talk about cell agriculture are Andrew Stout, cellular agriculture biologist based in Boston, Massachusetts, and Aryé Elfenbein, co-founder of Wildtype, based in San Francisco, California, a company working on growing seafood from cells.

Paulogia
How Many Cubits? (feat. Poisoning the Well) - (Ken) Ham & AiG News

Paulogia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 46:45


Ken Ham and his team have a bi-weekly "news" show, reacting to the news stories of the day from a Christian young-earth creation perspective from the Answers in Genesis staff at his Creation Museum.PhatPat and SoFain of Poisoning the Well and I join Ken Ham and "the B team" as they discuss Being a girl in public; Freedom From Religion admits atheism is a religion, a hominid cave in Siberia, Professor claims evolution is conscious and more in this episode of Answers News hosted in front of a live audience at the Creation Museum.Lost in the Ruins – Answers News: March 4, 2019https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WR8VKsHU1n0Poisoning the Wellhttps://www.youtube.com/user/zombiewerewolfproducSpecial thanks to Shannon Q, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0qhPJh8DeoR-3JhMrIvw0gSupport Paulogia athttp://www.patreon.com/paulogiahttp://www.paypal.me/paulogiahttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/paulogiahttps://teespring.com/stores/paulogiaFollow Paulogia athttp://www.twitter.com/paulogia0http://www.facebook.com/paulogia0https://discord.gg/BXbv7DSSupport the show

Muy Interesante - Grandes Reportajes
La humanidad emergente, neandertales, denisovanos y humanos modernos (Paleontropología)

Muy Interesante - Grandes Reportajes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 22:01


Neandertales, denisovanos y humanos modernos fueron en su momento las tres últimas ramas del género Homo.En su día compartimos espacio y un buen puñado de genes, pero solo quedamos nosotros. Al hilo de los últimos descubrimientos, el paleoantropólogo José María Bermúdez de Castro propone en este texto una nueva hipótesis sobre el origen de nuestra especie que contradice las ideas aceptadas durante las últimas décadas.Con respecto a denisovanos, cinco restos fósiles encontrados en el yacimiento de la cueva de Denisova, en el sur de Siberia, fueron destruidos para obtener su ADN. Se han escrito decenas de artículos científicos acerca de este misterioso grupo humano, perdido durante miles de años entre las montañas de Altái. No conocemos su aspecto, pero su ADN y las proteínas de su esmalte los sitúan muy cerca de la genealogía de los neandertales y de los humanos recuperados de la Sima de los Huesos.Muchas gracias por compartir nuestros contenidos en tus redes sociales.Suscríbete a MUY HISTORIA con un descuento del 50% usando el código especial para podcast - PODCAST1936https://bit.ly/3TYwx9aComparte nuestro podcast en tus redes sociales, puedes realizar una valoración de 5 estrellas en Apple Podcast o Spotify.Suscríbete a la revista MUY INTERESANTE y recíbela en tu casa.https://suscripciones.zinetmedia.es/mz/divulgacion/muy-interesanteGracias por escuchar nuestros 'Grandes reportajes de Muy Interesante'Dirección, locución y producción: Iván Patxi Gómez GallegoContacto de publicidad en podcast: podcast@zinetmedia.es

SG Fun: A Stargate Podcast
S4 E7: Sub-Terfuge

SG Fun: A Stargate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 75:00


Season 4 Episode 7: Watergate The "Vertical Watering Hole" Moniker becomes canon as the gang travel to balmy Siberia to shutdown the Russian Stargate, which is connected to another one under water. . .supposedly.  We got Cold War Intrigue, Popsicle Maybourne, Deanna f%*king Troi is in the Ruskie house.   This is a good one Comrades!  ----more---- 00:00 - Intro 6:45 - 24 Seconds 8:18 - Episode Debrief 59:43 - Were We Comforted 1:00:55 - Yeh Neh or Meh 1:04:07 - Next Episode 1:05:59 - ComeTrya! 1:08:06 - Get to Know Your Hosts 1:12:07 - Outro  

The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica
Audio News for January 1st through the 7th, 2023

The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 15:06


News items read by Laura Kennedy include: Viking age meeting hall discovered in northern Jutland (details) DNA study reveals Jamestown colonists lived with, and sometimes ate, ancient indigenous dogs (details) New kurgan tomb in south Siberia may be from previously unknown Scythian-like group (details) Pleistocene-era discoveries in Brazil probably created by tool-using monkeys (details)

How to Invent a Country
Russia - the Empire Strikes Back

How to Invent a Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 43:36


Ep 2 - The Invention of Russia and the expansion east to Siberia, west into Ukraine

BELLUMARTIS PODCAST
IVAN EL TERRIBLE. El primer Zar de Rusia * Edu Cabrero * - Acceso anticipado

BELLUMARTIS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 154:51


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! **** VIDEO EN NUESTRO CANAL DE YOUTUBE **** 📺 https://youtu.be/He-b1mAzjAs 📺 +++++ Hazte con nuestras camisetas en https://www.bhmshop.app +++++ #rusia #edadmedia #HistoriaMilitar #historia Sus mayores aportes territorials a Rusia fueron el comienzo de la conquista de Siberia llevada a cabo por Yermak Timoféyevich y los janatos tártaros de Kazán y Astracán. Siendo designado por el Patriarca de Constantinopla como «zar y soberano ortodoxo de toda la comunidad cristiana desde el este al oeste, hasta el océano» por sus luchas contra los tartaros. Gracias a Edu Cabrero, autor de “Crueles, Personajes históricos que tuvieron el poder para serlo” ** https://amzn.to/387F6wb ** , conoceremos al personaje histórico que debido a su crueldad fue conocido como “el terrible” pro también el primer Zar de Rusia que logro unificar todo los principados bajo su poder. Más bibliografía sobre Iván el Terrible en https://amzn.to/3ABcEyj 💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲 Si queréis apoyar a Bellumartis Historia Militar e invitarnos a un café o u una cerveza virtual por nuestro trabajo, podéis visitar nuestro PATREON https://www.patreon.com/bellumartis o en PAYPALhttps://www.paypal.me/bellumartis o en BIZUM 656/778/825 💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲 No olvidéis suscribiros al canal, si aún no lo habéis hecho. Si queréis ayudarnos, dadle a “me gusta” y también dejadnos comentarios. De esta forma ayudaréis a que los programas sean conocidos por más gente. Y compartidnos con vuestros amigos y conocidos. SIGUENOS EN TODAS LAS REDES SOCIALES ¿Queréis contactar con nosotros? Puedes escribirnos a bellumartispublicidad@hotmail.com como por WHATSAP o en BIZUM 656/778/825 Nuestra página principal es: https://bellumartishistoriamilitar.blogspot.comEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de BELLUMARTIS PODCAST. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/618669

Seismic Soundoff
173: Why you need the Gravity & Magnetic Encyclopedic Dictionary

Seismic Soundoff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 22:04


Serguei Goussev discusses his new book, Gravity & Magnetic Encyclopedic Dictionary. This book contains more than 3,200 entries and presents a terminology-guided summary of the gravity and magnetic theory, measuring instruments, methods of data acquisition, processing, analysis, and interpretation for geophysical studies of the Earth and other planets. Terrestrial applications include engineering (karst and faults), geodesy, geothermal, groundwater, volcano, and global tectonic studies, CO2 sequestration, reservoir monitoring, exploration for oil and gas, rare earth elements, iron, gold, and other mineral resources. In this episode, Serguei shares his motivation for compiling this resource and the unique format he created for this dictionary. He also highlights a few of his favorite terms and what he hopes this book achieves. Across many disciplines, especially those interested in rare earth elements and mineral resources, this will serve as an essential and comprehensive resource. This useful and fun conversation highlights a valuable resource for the scientific community that will be on bookshelves for years to come. Listen to the full archive at https://seg.org/podcast. BUY THE BOOK * Print edition (https://seg.org/shop/products/detail/521558713) * E-book (https://library.seg.org/doi/10.1190/1.9781560803874) BIOGRAPHY Serguei Goussev graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, with a joint degree in geology and geophysics in 1974. From 1974 to 1995, he worked in acquiring, processing, and interpreting geophysical data in the Okhotsk Sea, South China Sea, northern Siberia, southern Yemen, and Central Asia. Since immigrating to Canada in 1995, he has been working on geophysical exploration projects across the globe. As a result, he has gained 40+ years of experience in gravity, magnetic, and seismic exploration for oil and gas, and mineral resources. Between 1997 and 2020, Serguei authored and co-authored 30 gravity and magnetic exploration studies published in geophysical journals and presented at international conferences and workshops. In addition, he designed the Goussev filter for high-resolution detection of low-amplitude gravity and magnetic gradient anomalies. He has been a member of SEG since 1997. CREDITS SEG produces Seismic Soundoff to benefit its members and the scientific community and to inform the public about the value of geophysics. Please leave a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to show your support for the show. It takes less than five seconds to leave a 5-star rating and is the number one action you can take to show appreciation for this free resource. And follow the podcast on the app to be notified when each new episode is released. Original music created by Zach Bridges. Andrew Geary hosted, edited, and produced this episode at 51 features, LLC. Thank you to the SEG podcast team: Jennifer Cobb, Kathy Gamble, and Ally McGinnis.

Edge of the headlights
Roswell of Russia, Siberia Part 2

Edge of the headlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 91:13


Hello everyone. Tonight, we continue journey through the strangeness that is Siberia/Russia. We start to focus on the numerous UFO sightings that have occurred in Russia and there is a lot of them, enjoy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-larsen3/support

The High Performance Podcast
Adventurer Oli France On Finding Light In The Darkest Places

The High Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 6:25


Oli France has led many expeditions, guiding groups through some of the world's most hostile destinations, from Syria to Iraq, Somalia to Siberia, Congo to Yemen. Here, he has encountered countless bleak situations. He has been caught in a 6.9 magnitude earthquake, held at gunpoint, detained for 5 days on the Afghan border and severely ill with meningitis, while facing spies, interrogations, militia groups, avalanches and more. All this, while attempting to complete intrepid journeys across the globe. What he has learned, however, is that in the bleakest places and the hardest situations we can encounter untold beauty, if we allow ourselves to find it.His experiences have helped him to develop a range of mental strategies, which he will share alongside harrowing and uplifting stories from his adventures:How can we reframe and regain control over our most ambitious goals?How can we shift dire situations into positive outcomes?How can we become the master over our restrictive perspectives?With these guiding principles, we can begin to realise that the difficulties we face need not define us or limit our aspirations. We have the power to seek the good amongst the bad, to find resilience through adversity, and to become undaunted by even the harshest setbacks. Even in the darkest places, we hold the power within us to uncover the light.Watch the full keynote here on The High Performance Circle (you can sign up for free): https://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/all-content/oli-france-finding-light-in-the-darkest-places Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Edge of the headlights
Lake Biakal and other mysteries of Siberia PT 1

Edge of the headlights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 88:49


Hello everybody. Tonight, we start our dive into the mysterious land of Siberia and the immense number of weird things that happen there, enjoy. Like, share and rate this podcast on your podcast listening platforms, please. Follow us on Instagram and twitter Have a cool-weird story email us and we will read on the podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-larsen3/support

Paddy & The Yank
Christmas Spectacular: Amanita Muscaria

Paddy & The Yank

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 59:58


In this Christmas-themed episode, the lads are joined in the studio by Jeremy who tells of his experiences with the Amanita Muscaria mushroom, and how many Christmas traditions we practice today, presents under the tree, Santa, and hanging stockings,  could all stem from pre-modern nomad shamans of Siberia and their reindeer, finding and ingesting these psychedelic mushrooms. Here's a Christmas story they won't tell you about in school!

Living In The Question
Episode 46 - The Shamanic Origin of Christmas

Living In The Question

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 36:19


With Christmas soon approaching, we decided to give you a little spin on the traditional Christmas story we all know so well. Sadie shared with us the Shamanic Origin of Christmas. A Christmas story where Santa, presents, reindeer, and all things red and white seem to stem from the shamans in Siberia and arctic regions, taking magic “Amanita muscaria” mushrooms to commune with the spirits during the winter months Show Links Email: LivingInTheQuestionPodcast@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livinginthequestionpod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6fykBbf9CuGeFIuHM6hQcQ Intro/Outro Music: Burning In My Soul by Luke Bergs Episode References Intermission Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnzJ96YTqrA&t https://uplift.love/the-shamanic-view-of-christmas/ https://medium.com/@mustaphahitani/santa-was-a-magic-mushroom-d3065b05e76f

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved
“THE UFO CHRISTMAS INVASION” and 5 More True Paranormal Stories! #WeirdDarkness #HolidayHorrors

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 73:04


Find Weird Darkness in your favorite podcast app at https://weirddarkness.com/listen. PLEASE SHARE Weird Darkness with someone who loves paranormal stories, true crime, monsters, or unsolved mysteries like you do! Recommending Weird Darkness to others helps make it possible for me to keep doing the show!IN THIS EPISODE: Imagine celebrating the holidays around your Christmas tree – and it begins shaking for no reason! (The Swaying Christmas Tree) *** What dark secret made Charlie Lawson slaughter his family on Christmas Day? (The Murder of the Lawson Family) *** A Weirdo family member tells of an odd yet heartwarming experience at Christmas. (Visits For The Holidays) *** A woman still mourning her husband's passing is visited on Christmas by beautiful balls of light. (The Christmas Orbs) *** The holidays; a time for warmth, joy… sorcery, superstition, and darkness and… at least it is in Russia. (Christmas in Siberia) *** Did dozens of military personnel at RAF Bentwaters encounter an alien spacecraft over Christmas 1980? (The Christmas Invasion)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“The Christmas Invasion” posted at The Unredacted: https://tinyurl.com/y6jolswm“Visits For The Holidays” by Weirdo family member, Ashley Ingraham“The Swaying Christmas Tree” from YourHauntedLifeToo.com: https://tinyurl.com/yyscz2xr“The Murder of the Lawson Family” by Orrin Grey for The Line Up: http://ow.ly/KeA130mXqwi“Christmas Orbs” by Jenine Fitterer for YourHauntedLifeToo.com: https://tinyurl.com/yyfg8bt8“Christmas in Siberia” by Dreyk for Your Ghost Stories: https://tinyurl.com/y4j3mp5aWeird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. 

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The Tortoise Podcast
2022 picks - Lebedev: Lord of Siberia

The Tortoise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 62:36


Door after door in Britain has been opened for Evgeny Lebedev, all the way to the House of Lords. Who has opened them, and why?To listen to the 'Londongrad' series follow this link. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Armchair Explorer
The Herd at the End of the World: Traversing Siberia with the Nenet Reindeer Herders

Armchair Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 44:16


“This style of reindeer herding is truly the last of its kind…and I wanted us to be the first group to experience it.”The Nenets of Siberia's Yamal Peninsula are among the world's oldest existing true nomads, making a living by herding reindeer in a place that literally translates to ‘the end of the world.' And when Christine Amour-Levar learned that she had a third-degree connection to the tribe, she set about arranging an unprecedented trek to accompany them during their southward migration. Five months later, she was leading the largest - and only all-female - group that the Nenets had ever hosted, as they prepared to live, migrate, and journey alongside the tribe for a week.Cozy up and get ready for an episode where the temperatures reach -100ºF, the Northern Lights guide the way, and the only way to survive is to stick together - and occasionally consume fresh reindeer blood.FIND CHRISTINE Follow Christine Amour-Levar on Instagram (@christineamourlevar) or visit her website at christineamourlevar.com for more incredible stories, photos of her expeditions, and more. You can also find her book, Wild Wisdom: Life Lessons From Leading Teams to Some of the Most Inhospitable Places in the World, online or at your local bookstore. Finally, we encourage you to learn more about her two nonprofit organizations, Women on a Mission and HER Planet Earth, where you can volunteer, donate - or even sign up for an upcoming expedition yourself!SPONSORS Thank you to our amazing sponsor, The North Face, for supporting this episode! When you wear The North Face, it's more than a jacket…it's the calling to get out there and explore. Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket at thenorthface.com.Also, check out our new show, Hidden Trails of Oregon, which is out now! It's an immersive first-person journey - recorded on location with surround sound audio - across this weird, wild, and wonderful state. You'll hear Aaron go beyond the guidebook to discover the secrets only locals know! Find it on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you find podcasts.SOCIAL Share the show with your friends! Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!

Have You Herd About Animals?
Have You Herd About Reindeer?

Have You Herd About Animals?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 10:05


Reindeer (in North American English, known as caribou if wild and reindeer if domesticated)[2] are deer in the genus Rangifer. For the last few decades, reindeer were assigned to one species, Rangifer tarandus, with about 10 subspecies. A 2022 revision[3] of the genus elevated five of the subspecies to species (see Taxonomy below). They have a circumpolar distribution and are native to the Arctic, sub-Arctic, tundra, boreal forest, and mountainous regions of northern Europe, Siberia, and North America.[4]Reindeer occur in both migratory and sedentary populations, and their herd sizes vary greatly in different regions. The tundra subspecies are adapted for extreme cold, and some are adapted for long-distance migration.Reindeer vary greatly in size and color from the smallest species, the Svalbard reindeer (R. t. platyrhynchus), to the largest subspecies, Osborn's caribou (R. t. osborni). Although reindeer are quite numerous, some species and subspecies are in decline and considered vulnerable. They are unique among deer (Cervidae) in that females may have antlers, although the prevalence of antlered females varies by species and subspecies.Reindeer are the only successfully semi-domesticated deer on a large scale in the world, and both wild and domesticated reindeer have been an important source of food, clothing, and shelter for Arctic people throughout history and are still herded and hunted today. Wild reindeer "may well be the species of single greatest importance in the entire anthropological literature on hunting."[5] In some traditional Christmas legends, Santa Claus's reindeer pull a sleigh through the night sky to help Santa Claus deliver gifts to good children on Christmas Eve.

Dragonfly Tales
Episode - 7 ***Christmas Special with Kim Normanton***

Dragonfly Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 37:30


Hello  and welcome to season 3 of Dragonfly Tales Podcast.  Each episode we will tell you a story from around the world and share some fun and silly things with you.IT's CHRISTMAS!!!!!We'd like to wish all our listeners a very HAPPY HOLIDAYS!  We hope you enjoy our special festive episode. Our first story is by Kim Normanton. She's the host of one of our favourite podcasts Super Great Kids' Stories!If you haven't checked out this amazing podcast you really should!Super Great Kids' Stories is an award-winning podcast of traditional tales from around the world retold by the best storytellers. Recommended for ages 5 to 105. Listen in and you'll meet Brazilian ogres, African trickster spiders, Greek heroes, and Russian witches.And for our Xmas special, host Kim has a wintry tale for us from Siberia.Our story is a lovely tale about a snowy mountain and also some fairy folk.  Will Hans and Trudy make it up to the great Snow Bear safely?  You'll have to listen and find out.  You can read the original story by Ruth Ainsworth in her brilliant book The Pirate Ship and other stories.The rhyme we say is from a famous poem called The Fairies by William Allingham.If you would like to tell a tale or get a SHOUT OUT this season, then you can get in touch with us HERE or in our Dragonfly Tales Podcast Group, telling us your first name, your age and your town.And if you like our podcast, please leave us a review (Apple is great).If you would like to donate a little something towards our podcast, we would be so grateful.  You can donate to Dragonfly Tales Podcast by clicking here: DONATEYou may start to hear some adverts on our podcast.  We know this can be annoying, but it really helps to keep us going.  We will always try to choose adverts that we feel are appropriate for our content.You can also follow us on:Facebook  InstagramTwitterThanks for listening! Theme Music by Leo Grazebrook on GarageBandStorytelling and singing by Emily Hanna-Grazebrook and Leo at Dragonfly TalesProduced by Andy GrazebrookArt by Light CreativeSound effects by ZapsplatMusic by Free Music Archive

All The Kings Men
Catching Up w/ Mathieu Garon & A Reign Report

All The Kings Men

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 59:10


Former LA Kings goaltender Mathieu Garon joins host Jesse Cohen to talk about his time in the Kings franchise, the challenges of being an "All Right" netminder and even his time playing in Siberia! The Ontario Reign Insider Jared Shafran stops by to update us on the play of the LA Kings AHL affiliate. Despite a few missing players, Cal Petersen, Quinton Byfield and Alex Turcotte are all playing well as the Reign are off to a 14-7-0-1 start under new head coach Marco Sturm. 

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360
EP 115: Author of Starving to Healing in Siberia Joins Me on the Lyme360+ Podcast

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 25:19 Transcription Available


After a years-long struggle with various Lyme symptoms such as chronic fatigue, brain fog, and joint pain that ultimately prevented her from teaching and doing simple tasks like reading and driving, Michelle Slater began considering assisted suicide. She had tried every known treatment, from aggressive allopathic methods to holistic remedies. In a last-ditch effort to save her life, she found a radical alternative treatment offered by the world's leading expert on dry fasting and traveled to Siberia to give it a chance. Slater takes us on her journey from her bed, where she was sidelined often, to Siberia, where—through dry fasting—she was cured of the debilitating effects of advanced Lyme disease.Tune in to this powerful episode with author and Lyme Warrior Michelle Slater - learn about the power of dry fasting, her time in Siberia healing, and all about her book Starving To Heal In Siberia.

Hebrew Hits
72: I AM ALIVE. Karl Wozniak: World War Two Hero Who Captured Königsberg.

Hebrew Hits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 23:24


He survived World War 2 and is upset that he is seeing the rise of anti-Semitism here in the world again.He was born in 1924! That is 98 years ago.

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
How to go the defy the odds, go the distance and live an amazing life with explorer, ultra runner and word leader of expeditions, Ray Zahab

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 42:31


Ray Zahab is a Canadian Explorer, ultra distance runner and Founder of non-profit impossible2Possible. A recent recipient of the Meritorious Service Cross of Canada, Ray is an Explorer in Residence of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2015 Canadian Geographic recognized Ray as one of Canada's Top Explorers. He has ran 17,000+km across the world's deserts, and unsupported expeditions in some of the coldest places on the planet. On November 1, 2006, former “pack a day smoker” turned ultra runner Ray Zahab and two friends, Charlie Engle and Kevin Lin, set out on an expedition to cross the Sahara Desert by foot. 111 days and 7,500 kms after leaving the coast of Senegal, Africa they completed their journey by stepping into the Red Sea. The expedition had the trio running an average of 70kms a day without a single day of rest, for 111 days. National Geographic tracked the expedition by web, as well as the documentary film ‘Running The Sahara', produced by Matt Damon and directed by Academy Award winner James Moll, was created in an effort to raise awareness for the drinking water crisis in North Africa. After witnessing and learning about the water crisis in North Africa, Ray decided to leverage his future adventures to help raise awareness and funding for causes, like this one, that he supports and believes in. In fall 2007, Ray ran the three coastal trails of Canada back to back and each leg virtually non-stop, for a total distance of 400 kms. Logistics were as much of a challenge as the run, and Ray ran The Akshayuk Pass on Baffin Island, East Coast Trail Newfoundland and West Coast Trail in British Columbia, with just enough time to travel in between. In spring 2008 Ray partnered with the ONExONE Foundation for a unique ultra running project. Accompanied by a team of runners, Ray ran an average 80 kms per day in each of Canada's 13 Provinces and Territories in 13 days. Once again logistics were a huge challenge. School visits were arranged along the way, students participated and communities became engaged in the run which supported the work of ONExONE, which supports various charities addressing children's issues globally. In Saskatoon alone, several thousand students and 27 schools were involved in school rallies and a city wide relay with Ray and the team. In 2008, Ray founded impossible2Possible (i2P) (impossible2possible.com) an organization that aims to inspire and educate youth through adventure learning, inclusion and participation in expeditions. Youth Ambassadors are selected from around the world, and then participate, at no cost, in all aspects of the expedition, from logistics and running to creating educational content and team support. All of the i2P Youth Expeditions have included various challenge based initiatives through an Experiential Learning Program, in which thousands of students participate as active ‘team members' during the expeditions, from classrooms all over the world. This program and its technology is also provided at no cost to the students or schools participating. Since its inception, i2P Youth Expeditions have included 14 gruelling expeditions; Baffin Island, Tunisia, the Amazon, Bolivia, India, Botswana, Utah, Peru, Chile, Italy, California, Greece, Death Valley and Canada. The programs and expeditions are 100% free of cost.   SOUTH POLE QUEST EXPEDITION   In 2009, Ray and two fellow Canadians, Kevin Vallely and Richard Weber, broke the world speed record for an unsupported expedition by a team to the Geographic South Pole. In the process, Ray trekked this traditional route from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole, a distance of 1,130 kms, solely on foot and snowshoes, without the use of skis. Students from all over North America joined the team on a daily basis, a program provided through impossible2Possible, as the trio continued their southern trek. The students received daily communications and actively took part in every step of the trek. Essentially becoming “teammates” of the expedition, and teammates of the Guinness World Record achieved. In winter 2010, Ray and Kevin Vallely ran the length of frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia, 650 kms, over the course of 13 days, totally unsupported. Once again communication with satellite video conferencing to schools brought the expedition into classrooms, and classrooms onto the expedition.   ATACAMA EXTREME EXPEDITION   In February 2011 (Summer), Ray became the first person to run the length of the “driest desert on Earth”, the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, solo. Temperatures exceeded 50c as he ran and navigated the 1,200 kms in 20 days with minimal daily re-supply, and with emergency supplies on his back. Thousands of students joined this journey, again under his i2P organization, via live web and video conferencing. In August 2011 (Summer), Ray and Will Laughlin ran from the north park boundary to the south park boundary of Death Valley National Park, totally off-road. The 237 km run saw temps reaching over 120 degrees F. This would be followed in 2015 with an abbreviated off- road crossing from north park boundary, exiting at the Badwater Basin after crossing the Devil's Golf Course. Beginning June 23rd 2013 (Summer), Ray ran over 2,000km, solo, across Mongolia and the Gobi Desert, with minimal daily resupplies. Support team included both a film crew and photographer who recorded not only the expedition, and created an archive sharing the stories of the people and culture of Mongolia to schools around the world. In February 2014 (winter) Ray completed his 4th unsupported crossing of Baffin Island through the Akshayuk Pass (he would go on to complete 8 unsupported crossings in various seasons). In January 2015 (summer) Ray ran 1,000km across the Patagonian Desert, and then in summer 2015 Ray did a partial crossing of Death Valley National Park, his second project in the area.   ARCTIC 2 ATACAMA EXPEDITION   In February 2016, Ray Zahab (CAN), Jen Segger (CAN) and Stefano Gregoretti (Italy) set out on a unique and challenging expedition that spanned 100 degrees celsius on the thermometer. The team journeyed from -50°C (-58F) to +50°C (120F) over 1,500km, on mountain bikes and foot, crossing both Baffin Island in Canadian winter, and the Atacama Desert in Chilean summer. This would mark Ray's second crossing the length of the Atacama Desert. In February 2017- Ray Zahab and Stefano Gregoretti would go on to complete the second and third stages of a three part expedition in the Canadian Arctic after a near disastrous start in which Ray broke through a frozen river in the Torngats Mountain Range. The duo rallied back to ski unsupported across Baffin Island, and then fatbike across the Northwest Territories along the Mackenzie Valley Winter Road (500km). Beginning mid January 2018 (Summer), Ray once again teamed up with Stefano Gregoretti to run the length of Namibia, crossing the Namib Desert, approx. 1,850km. Summertime temperatures were intense, and terrain was a mix of cross country, open desert, canyons, gravel roads and track. September 2018, Ray completes his 7th crossing of Baffin Island, in 25.5 hours, coast to coast through the Akshayuk Pass. Fall 2018, Ray, along with close friends, establish KapiK1 Expedition Co, with the goal of giving people the opportunity to join them on adventure travel based expeditions to many of the regions of the world Ray and his team have previously explored. www.kapik1.com In winter (February 2019) Ray and teammate Stefano Gregoretti attempted an unsupported crossing of the Kamchatka Peninsula in far east Russia. After 19 days of brutal conditions, the team (no longer unsupported) was prevented from moving forward due to dangerous and fast flowing open rivers, and were unable to achieve their goal of reaching the east coast. July 2019 (summer), Will Laughlin and Ray Zahab successfully transect Death Valley, from west to east, across the Panamint Mountain Range, Death Valley Basin, and the Amargosa Mountains. It took the duo 35 hours to complete the crossing, moving virtually non stop, taking breaks only at resupply caches. September 2019, Ray completes 8th crossing of Baffin Island, Akshayuk Pass. His brother John joined him, almost 20 years since he first inspired Ray to change his life and pursue a life in the outdoors. They completed their run in roughly 25 hours. January 2020, Ray successfully completes a solo traverse from the island community of Qikiqtarjuaq, across the sea ice to Baffin Island, and onto Pangnirtung Fjord. It was the first January crossing for Baffin, and took 5 days, dragging all of his supplies with him. Intense cold, little daylight, boulder fields, overflow and heavy winds were among the challenges. This was Ray's 9th crossing of Baffin. July 2021, Ray and Will Laughlin abandon an attempted retracing of the 2011 North to South crossing of Death Valley, off road. After the first 24 hours of moving non-stop, temperatures reached a world record high, and became too dangerous to proceed. At Furnace Creek, recorded temps reached 134F. March 2022, Kevin Vallely and Ray have to cut their attempted crossing of Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic short due to several ongoing setbacks. The duo plans a return to complete their expedition in collaboration with friends who live in the region. July 2022, Ray and Stefano Gregoretti successfully complete a West to East crossing of Death Valley NP, at its widest point in summer. They collected ongoing weather data as they made their transect, for use in a future impossible2Possible Youth Education program. They planned for 48 hours but were able to complete the transect in 34 hours, with resupplies 20-30km apart along the way. Ray has also found the time to write two books about his life and adventures. Running for My Life published in 2007 and Ray's second book, geared at youth readers, Running to Extremes, which recently became a National Best-Seller in Canada. Both books focused on Ray's transition from an unhealthy life- both physically and emotionally, to ultra runner and beyond- and the philosophy that we are ALL capable of achieving the extraordinary in our lives. He is currently writing his third book. In addition to being an adventurer, youth advocate and runner, Ray speaks around the world at events such as TED, IOC World Conference, Idea City, The Economist World in 2010 and 2011, World Affairs Council, and numerous Apple Distinguished Educator events internationally, as well as numerous corporate events. He has been interviewed and appeared on several talk and news programs including CNNi, CNN, The Hour, CBC, CTV, BBC, Jay Leno, OLN and Discovery, and has connected his expeditions live, using satellite to both mainstream and social media. He has also appeared in print media globally, and has been interviewed on numerous popular podcasts. Ray was the host of Project Guatemala which aired on OLN, and co hosted-guided a few episodes of Finding Sarah on OWN. Outside of his own organization Ray has volunteered as a board member, Ryan's Well Foundation, volunteered as Athletic Ambassador of the ONExONE.org, and SpreadTheNet. He has previously volunteered with Run For Water, The Assembly of First Nations, and various other initiatives. Ray received the ONExONE Difference Award in 2007, and the Torchbearers Award in 2010. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and Royal Canadian Geographical Society. In spring 2012, Ray was invited by H.E. Tsogtbaatar Damdin (Minister of Environment, Mongolia) to join their Internal Advisory Committee. In 2015 and 2019 Canadian Geographic recognized Ray as one of Canada's Top Explorers. In December 2015 Ray was presented with the Meritorious Service Cross of Canada by the Governor General of Canada. In 2018 Ray was named Explorer in Residence by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He continues today with life as an adventurer and as a volunteer with impossible2Possible. Transitioning from an unhealthy lifestyle to ultrarunning races to ‘Running The Sahara' would begin a lifelong journey of discovery. A journey of learning that some of the greatest barriers to achieving our goals are the ones we put upon ourselves. By breaking these down, Ray has learned that we are all capable of achieving truly extraordinary things…a message he continues to share with his two young daughters! Please scroll to bottom of this page for chronological list of projects and expeditions!

End Time Headlines
4 Stories that prove we are opening “Pandora’s Box”

End Time Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 55:28


In today's podcast, we discuss 4 recent events that made headlines that reveal how humanity is crossing the line of our boundaries and trying to "Play God". In this segment, we discuss some events in the past and take us to the present with the announcement from Elon Musk regarding his soon presentation of implantable brain chips in human brains, We then talk about how scientists have now come a step closer in the creation of a wormhole in space, SF Police approve the use of "killer robots" and Killer viruses that have been frozen in Siberia are being brought back by a group of researchers.

Weird AF News
Ancient Zombie Virus is dug up by scientists. Japan's poop museum is perfect for poop selfies!

Weird AF News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 18:14


Scientists dig up an ancient zombie virus in Siberia. Japan's poop museum is legit. Dummy robs bank while using his birth certificate for demand note. // Weird AF News is the only daily weird news podcast hosted by a comedian and recorded in a closet. Show your SUPPORT by joining the Weird AF News Patreon where you'll get bonus episodes and other weird af news stuff http://patreon.com/weirdafnews  - WATCH Weird AF News on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews - check out the official website https://WeirdAFnews.com and FOLLOW host Jonesy at http://instagram.com/funnyjones or http://twitter.com/funnyjones or http://facebook.com/comedianjonesy or http://Jonesy.com

The Documentary Podcast
Cold-calling Siberia

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 27:15


Sasha Koltun volunteered to fight in Putin's war against Ukraine, though his mother Yelena begged him not to go. Four days later, he was dead, one of several dozen new recruits from across Russia who never even reached the battlefield. What happened to him - and will his mother, battling official indifference and obstruction, ever discover the truth? With the Kremlin currently restricting access to Russia for Western reporters, Tim Whewell picks up the phone to talk to her and other people in and around the city of Bratsk, in central Siberia, about how the war has affected them. Many are afraid to talk. But others describe their anxiety as they wave goodbye to their menfolk, their confused feelings about the war - a mixture of patriotism and doubt - and the chaotic organisation of the call up. Some recruits have had to buy their own uniform and equipment. Others have suffered as discipline breaks down at some training camps. Tim talks to a former policewoman determined to encourage support for the war, who makes stretchers for wounded Russian soldiers - and to a young woman who believes it was her boyfriend's duty to be a soldier. But Yelena Koltun - who lost her son Sasha - cannot understand what her country is fighting for. Presented and produced by Tim Whewell

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
RUSSIAN SERIAL KILLERS VOLUME 1-Nico Claux

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 49:17


Much is known about American and European serial killers, but did you know that more than 150 homicidal maniacs have plagued the former Soviet Union during the last 100 years? Nicknamed “The Night Creature”, “The Urals Strangler” or “The Balashikha Ripper” in their native motherland, these sex fiends have committed some of the most heinous series of murders in the history of modern criminology.This book follows the stories of 25 maniacs: unable to control their dark fantasies, they savagely tortured, strangled, stabbed and defiled their victims in unspeakable ways.Illustrated with more than 200 photographs unearthed from the secret archives of retired police colonels and forensic psychiatrists, Russian Serial Killers – Volume 1: Maniacs takes you on a true crime journey from the suburbs of Moscow to the frozen wastelands of Siberia. RUSSIAN SERIAL KILLERS-Volume 1: Maniacs-Nico ClauxGet $15 off a Skylight Frame with promo code SHOCKING at SkylightFrame.com

Blunt Force Truth
The Administrative State - An Interview With Richard C. Lyons

Blunt Force Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 71:30


Today's show rundown: Mark starts us off today introducing our Guest Richard Lyons (see Bio below for links and for links to his books). We are a week plus out from the election, and we still do not know who is running America. Chuck says everyone is trying to blame Trump and the people he backed. The real problem is Mitch McConnell who lost the Senate all on his own. He defunded all Nevada and New Hampshire...he decided who to accept in the Senate and who he wouldn't. This is Mitch Mconnell's mess and we are going to pay the price for it. Richard says it's disastrous to enemies of the Left, because we are divided. The elites on the Right don't like Trump, so anyone he supports or endorses, they make sure those people wont win. Trump coming out and going after Youngkin and DeSantis is a bad look. But Trump has been gone after since he came down the escalator, and it feels like he is on defense throwing lawmakers whenever he can. Again though...Trump's policies are outshined by his personality. He has great policies but Trump is just hard. Mark jump to NBC news story - pulling the story on Paul Pelosi. Miguel Almaguer - this guy did a report right as the event happened. This report had Pelosi and the attacker in the house for 30 minutes. NBC has scrubbed their website of any traces of this story, and they sent old Miguel to Siberia...what the heck is going on here...whats the real story, why are they hiding this original story, why wont they even talk about it? NBC has since suspended Miguel and now say "we cant comment on personal matters" BIO Richard C. Lyons is a multi-award winning, critically acclaimed author from the Midwestern United States. Lyons was educated at Loyola Academy, the University of North Texas and Southern Methodist University. Lyons has enjoyed a professional career in printing, publishing and stage production. The author is also an award-winning screenwriter. Find out more about him at richardclyons.com https://richardclyons.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Richard-C-Lyons/e/B00CIYGM2G?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1668528877&sr=8-1 https://www.foxnews.com/media/nbc-news-miguel-almaguer-hasnt-appeared-on-air-since-paul-pelosi-report-was-mysteriously-retracted