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Prehistoric period during which stone was widely used by humans to make tools and weapons

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IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Nintendo Issues Full Statement Over Smash World Tour Cancellation - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022


On today's IGN The Daily Fix:Days after news that Smash World Tour would be canceling its final 2022 championship and 2023 tour, Nintendo has offered a lengthy statement over the decision to not offer SWT a license to host Smash Bros. events. The Callisto Protocol's Steam reviews are suffering as several users are reporting a stuttering frame rate on PC. Developer Games Box has announced Primitive, a new Unreal Engine 5-powered first-person survival game set in a hostile open-world Stone Age.Narz has it all on today's Daily Fix!

Yale University Press Podcast
Witold Rybczynski Tells the Story of Architecture

Yale University Press Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 53:27


The eminent writer and architect's new book follows the thread of architecture from the Stone Age to today.

Leadership and the Environment
645: Hamilton Souther, part 1: Living Among the Matsés in the Peruvian Amazon

Leadership and the Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 71:11


Suggest to people in our culture that we consider not growing the GDP nonstop and most react with fear at what they see as the inevitability of recession leading to depression leading to the tax base declining, infrastructure crumbling, hospitals closing, mothers dying in childbirth, thirty become old age, and reverting to the Stone Age.Yet there remain many cultures that don't buy into our culture at all. Despite our culture invading their lands, what many of us consider the pinnacle of human culture, they choose theirs, and not out of ignorance. They know our culture.If our culture is so great, with electric vehicles, fruit flown overnight around the world, and iPhones, why do they resist it?If we believe we have so much, why do we keep taking their land?Hamilton lived among the Matsés in the Peruvian Amazon for 4.5 years. He shares how he arrived there, how they took him in and trained him to be a shaman, and what differences and similarities he saw there compared to here. We talked a bit about ayahuasca, but as I see one of our greatest challenges is to learn to live sustainably, and electric vehicles move don't help, I was more interested in what I and we can learn from people who still leave things better than they found them.Hamilton shares about how they live and the interface with a westerner who lived with them not as a tourist. I found his experience and education fascinating and accessible. Expect more episodes with Hamilton to come. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

New Books in Political Science
Dalibor Roháč, "Governing the EU in an Age of Division" (Edward Elgar, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 50:52


"An important distinction exists between the politics of rules at which the EU is quite adept and the politics driven by events - which requires improvisation, risk-taking and alertness to opportunities". In Governing the EU in an Age of Division (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022), Dalibor Roháč explains how a union built to reflect and export steadiness and consensus has failed to adapt to a decade of fast-moving financial, public health, military and energy crises. But, his book is neither anti-EU nor lacking in practical proposals. Although once an avowed eurosceptic, Roháč describes his new book as "unabashedly pro-European both in the sense that it wishes prosperity and peace for the European continent and in the sense that it sees the EU and much of its institutional architecture as important components of its success". A senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and a research associate at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels, Roháč was educated at Charles University Prague, Oxford, George Mason University, and King's College London. He previously worked at the Cato Institute, the University of Buckingham, the Legatum Institute, and the Centre for the New Europe in Brussels. He contributes to journals and news outlets and co-hosts The Eastern Front podcast. *The author's book recommendations are: Global Discord: Values and Power in a Fractured World Order by Paul Tucker (Princeton University Press, 2022) and Ideological Fixation: From the Stone Age to Today's Culture Wars by Azar Gat (Oxford University Press, 2022). Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Advisors and writes the Twenty-Four Two newsletter on Substack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in National Security
Dalibor Roháč, "Governing the EU in an Age of Division" (Edward Elgar, 2022)

New Books in National Security

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 50:52


"An important distinction exists between the politics of rules at which the EU is quite adept and the politics driven by events - which requires improvisation, risk-taking and alertness to opportunities". In Governing the EU in an Age of Division (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022), Dalibor Roháč explains how a union built to reflect and export steadiness and consensus has failed to adapt to a decade of fast-moving financial, public health, military and energy crises. But, his book is neither anti-EU nor lacking in practical proposals. Although once an avowed eurosceptic, Roháč describes his new book as "unabashedly pro-European both in the sense that it wishes prosperity and peace for the European continent and in the sense that it sees the EU and much of its institutional architecture as important components of its success". A senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and a research associate at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels, Roháč was educated at Charles University Prague, Oxford, George Mason University, and King's College London. He previously worked at the Cato Institute, the University of Buckingham, the Legatum Institute, and the Centre for the New Europe in Brussels. He contributes to journals and news outlets and co-hosts The Eastern Front podcast. *The author's book recommendations are: Global Discord: Values and Power in a Fractured World Order by Paul Tucker (Princeton University Press, 2022) and Ideological Fixation: From the Stone Age to Today's Culture Wars by Azar Gat (Oxford University Press, 2022). Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Advisors and writes the Twenty-Four Two newsletter on Substack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/national-security

New Books Network
Dalibor Roháč, "Governing the EU in an Age of Division" (Edward Elgar, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 50:52


"An important distinction exists between the politics of rules at which the EU is quite adept and the politics driven by events - which requires improvisation, risk-taking and alertness to opportunities". In Governing the EU in an Age of Division (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022), Dalibor Roháč explains how a union built to reflect and export steadiness and consensus has failed to adapt to a decade of fast-moving financial, public health, military and energy crises. But, his book is neither anti-EU nor lacking in practical proposals. Although once an avowed eurosceptic, Roháč describes his new book as "unabashedly pro-European both in the sense that it wishes prosperity and peace for the European continent and in the sense that it sees the EU and much of its institutional architecture as important components of its success". A senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and a research associate at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels, Roháč was educated at Charles University Prague, Oxford, George Mason University, and King's College London. He previously worked at the Cato Institute, the University of Buckingham, the Legatum Institute, and the Centre for the New Europe in Brussels. He contributes to journals and news outlets and co-hosts The Eastern Front podcast. *The author's book recommendations are: Global Discord: Values and Power in a Fractured World Order by Paul Tucker (Princeton University Press, 2022) and Ideological Fixation: From the Stone Age to Today's Culture Wars by Azar Gat (Oxford University Press, 2022). Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Advisors and writes the Twenty-Four Two newsletter on Substack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Reflect Forward
How to Run an Effective Meeting

Reflect Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 10:53


Who doesn't hate pointless meetings with awful agendas and no clear purpose? I know I do. And if you're like us at StoneAge, you have too many meetings. We work hard to ensure our meetings are an effective and good use of everyone's time – even if we still are in too many meetings. In this week's episode of Reflect Forward: Advice From a CEO, I talk about how I think about my meetings and set up agendas that drive the outcome I am looking for from the meeting. Here are some things to consider when setting the agenda. What is the purpose of the meeting? What do you want to accomplish? Specifically state this on the agenda What topics do you need to cover? What information or context do you need to provide before the meeting so everyone is prepared? What questions can you ask that will help people prepare for the meeting? Put these questions on this agenda. Pro tip: don't have too many questions; doing so bogs people down and prolongs the meeting. Who should be at the meeting? My rule is no more than ten people. If you have more than ten attended, it's almost impossible for everyone to contribute. If people attend only to get information, you don't have an effective communication process. Finally, think about how long the meeting needs to be. Don't schedule it for an hour if 45 minutes is enough to get through the agenda. Discussions tend to take the allotted time, whether they need to or not. And avoid the temptation to assign time allotments to each agenda item; this rigidity can stifle ideation and dialog. Instead, make sure you don't have too many agenda items. Question of the Week: This week's question comes from someone who heard me share my story on stage, and he asked, “How do you find the courage to share your story in front of so many people?” Simple answer. I've learned that when you share your story with vulnerability, you inspire people to share their stories and potentially change their lives. And when you talk about your flaws, it makes it safe for people to admit theirs. Follow me on Instagram or LinkedIn. Subscribe to my podcast Reflect Forward on iTunes Or check out my new YouTube Channel, where you can watch full-length episodes of Advice From a CEO! And if you are looking for a keynote speaker or a podcast guest, click here to book a meeting with me to discuss what you are looking for!

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2410: The Vintage of Cave Art

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 3:50


Episode: 2410 Was cave art too good to have been made 30,000 years ago?  Today, a new look at old art.

The Brainy Business | Understanding the Psychology of Why People Buy | Behavioral Economics

In today's conversation, I am joined by Dr. Douglas Kenrick and David Lundberg-Kenrick to talk about their new book, Solving Modern Problems with a Stone-Age Brain. As you will hear about in the episode, they are a father and son team with very different backgrounds, so it is incredibly interesting to see how they came together to write this really incredibly interesting book. I became acquainted with Doug and Dave through Bob Cialdini, who emailed me saying that this team from ASU had a new book out that he found to be fascinating and thought I would too. That was, of course, enough endorsement for me, and after some due diligence, I quickly confirmed that this was a book that was a great fit for the podcast. Doug and Dave have stories of a young Bob Cialdini as well as "Danny Kahneman" in their book as they share examples of how our brains have adapted (or not) while the world around us has changed dramatically and how that matters to all of us in life, and of course in business. You don't want to miss this!  Show Notes: [00:46] In today's conversation, I am joined by Dr. Douglas Kenrick and David Lundberg-Kenrick to talk about their new book, Solving Modern Problems with a Stone-Age Brain.  [03:06] Dave and Doug share their backgrounds and how they found themselves writing a book together. Dave's background is in film production. [04:20] Doug is a social psychologist.  [05:59] Social motives are actually primary. We have basic needs like hunger and thirst and as we get a little older we start to become concerned with protecting ourselves.  [07:58] Organisms are designed to reproduce. So human beings go through the same basic phases as other animals. You develop your body, develop your social relationships, and then you find mates.  [10:25] The seven motives are basic resources (food and shelter), self-protection, affiliations or friendship, gaining status, finding and choosing a mate, maintaining romantic relationships, and kin care.  [12:04] There are some places in which our ancestral motives serve us well and there are others in which they serve us really badly.  [14:20] Melina recommends Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond and  Evolutionary Ideas by Sam Tatam (previous guest on The Brainy Business).  [16:06] Stimulus control is incredibly important and you can control your environment to support what you want to do.  [18:00] You should never strive for perfection because you are always going to feel disappointed. It is really hard for us to balance all seven motives.  [21:11] We can only prioritize 1-2 of the motives at any given time.  [23:34] We can take small steps and do a little in each of these categories and when we do them they tend to make us feel healthier.  [25:25] Their book-writing process was to go for a walk in the morning and talk about the ideas they were going to write that day. After working and writing alone during the day when they took an evening walk they almost always came up with solutions to the problems they had found in the morning.  [28:05] They really enjoyed the process and learned a lot.  [29:58] Figuring out ways to present things in a way that is ethical is really important too.  [32:22] There is something really interesting about ideas that come from dialogue.  [33:11] What about applying this in business? Start by asking how your business can fill the seven fundamental motives for your customers and employees. [35:07] The thing you might think your brand is about might not actually be the only way to convey your message. Think about what your brand conveys and what you really want it to convey.  [37:48] You can ask yourself, “How can this job satisfy my motives?” You will do better on the job if you walk in and regularly consider, “How can I satisfy the motives of my co-workers and bosses?”  [39:38] Public compliments are one of the best things leaders and coworkers can do and it is a really effective thing.  [40:59] Learning people's names is one of the classic ways to give a little bit of affiliation and status.  [43:45] Work-life balance is a big thing for both finding, keeping a mate, and parenting.  [45:04] Stick to lifting people up and always giving them more status. Give them more autonomy and time also.  [48:40] Human beings are designed to not be selfish, but to help other people. The best thing you can do for yourself is to help others.  [50:49] Melina shares her closing thoughts.  [51:24] Often, a simple reframing of your message can make all the difference in the world, and understanding the things that will motivate our stone-age minds to act -- even in this modern world -- is so, so useful in finding messaging that sticks. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show.  I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Learn and support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books.  Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Solving Modern Problems With a Stone-Age Brain, by David Lundberg-Kenrick and Douglas Kenrick Influence, by Robert Cialdini Guns, Germs, and Steel, by Jared Diamond Evolutionary Ideas, by Sam Tatam What Your Customer Wants and Can't Tell You, by Melina Palmer Connect with Tessa:  Dave on LinkedIn Doug on LinkedIn Dave on Twitter Doug on Twitter Top Recommended Next Episode: Dr. Robert Cialdini and the (Now!) 7 Principles of Persuasion (episode 157) Already Heard That One? Try These:  Anchoring & Adjustment (episode 11) Evolutionary Ideas with Sam Tatam, Ogilvy's Global Head of Behavioural Science (episode 204) Precommitment (episode 120) The Overwhelmed Brain & Its Impact on Decision Making (episode 32) Time Discounting (episode 51) Framing (episode 16) Priming (episode 18) Peloton: A Behavioral Economics Analysis (episode 86) Herding (episode 19) Unity (episode 216) Social Proof (episode 87) Apple Card: A Behavioral Economics Analysis (episode 42) Do Lead Magnets Work and Do You Need One? (episode 3) Other Important Links:  Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter  Solving Modern Problems Website Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Pick Three Zombified Podcast

The Professional Failure Podcast
EP 67: Kerry Siggins | Lost Without Purpose to Top CEO, The Positives of An Overdose, Generational Work Ethic, Honest Communication, Authentically Coming Home, Telling Yourself Alternative Stories, and Unwavering Support of Your Spouse

The Professional Failure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 39:12


Story of failure: Spraying my nephew in the face with an old can of silly string.Kerry Siggins is the CEO of StoneAge, Inc. a fast-growing manufacturing company based in Colorado. She was fortunate enough to be named a Top Influential CEO in 2021 and was a finalist for Colorado's CEO of the Year in 2017. StoneAge is recognized as a top 100 company to work for by Outside Magazine. Kerry sits on several boards and is a member of Young's President Organization (YPO). She delivers keynotes on how to create employee-centric cultures where it's safe to speak up and show up as your whole self. Kerry hosts several podcasts, including the wildly popular podcast Reflect Forward. She is an author, blogger, and contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur, Authority Magazine, and BIC Magazine, and myblog is visited by thousands of readers each month.  Finally, but most importantly, I am the mother of an amazing kiddo named Jack, and the wife of Ryan Siggins, a serial entrepreneur whose latest adventure is SoCo Wood & Windows, a where we sell windows, doors, and high-end custom millworks.In today's episode Kerry talks about:growing up as a child and her dad leavinggetting attention through positive and negative waysdad telling her she wasn't smart enough to graduategetting a softball scholarshipbeing lost without purposeoverdosing after collegemom loving but being tough on herher mom being her biggest supporternot going to be that person with dad issuesfeeling unlovable and working through thatdoing everything with gustoa high functioning addictnot being able to go to work after the overdoesbelieving in yourself and reflecting on herselfbeing a driven human beingseeking attention through being the life of the partythe self-destructive personaher mom being the hardest working person she knowsinstilling work ethic in Kerryher mom being uncomfortable pushing backneeding more boundaries as a teenagerwhy coming home to her mom meant so muchhaving an authentic conversation with her momher mom giving her unconditional love“If I'm not failing, I'm not living.”not being scared of failing and putting herself out therestory of her marriage almost failing because of honesty“Everyday there's something you can better.”never having a problem expressing herselfthe consequences of hurting your spouse and not taking feedbacknot wanting a failed marriage like her parentswhat she learned working through her marital issuescracking open her marriage through honest communicationher son Jack and how he understands people as a 10-year oldadult conversations with her sonnot carrying other people's baggageher son Jack wanting to play professional baseballplaying softball and coaching her son's teamit's all about mindsettelling yourself alternative storiesforcing yourself to consider different possibilitiesworking through discouragement with exercisewriting her stories down“Just because you think it doesn't mean it's true.”there can be two truths at the same timechallenging herself with alternative storiesa million different ways things can play outhow do you be empathetic?setting a goal of creating a thousand millionaires, and reaching a billion in evaluationthe intimidation of big goalshaving to stay focused on the bigger picturehow do I get to my next double?chunking goals down to not being overwhelmingwanting to look back and be a good momwhy she wants to spend her time righthaving a husband entrepreneur and how to balanceconnecting every single day over making dinnercommunicating wins and challengesunwavering support of each otherher husband sacrificing for Kerry and believing in herhonoring and respecting each other through individual decisionsliving your life by design instead of just living$100,000 in credit card debt after overdosingsetting goals for yourself and designing your lifeone small step at a timewww.kerrysiggins.com Instagram - @kerry.sigginsLinkedIn - Kerry SigginsReflect Forward Podcast Reflect Forward Podcast - Justin Skinner www.stoneagetools.com

Fight Laugh Feast USA
The Right Turning on Trump? Stone Age Election Counting & The Need for Leaders [CrossPolitic Show]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:00


Well they’re still counting…More Midterm Coverage & The Shifting Narrative on Trump/DeSantis Patriots for DeSantis https://patriotsfordesantis.us/ Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member (Support the Show!) https://flfnetwork.com/product/fightlaughfestclub/

CrossPolitic Show
The Right Turning on Trump? Stone Age Election Counting & The Need for Leaders

CrossPolitic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:00


Well they’re still counting…More Midterm Coverage & The Shifting Narrative on Trump/DeSantis Patriots for DeSantis https://patriotsfordesantis.us/ Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member (Support the Show!) https://flfnetwork.com/product/fightlaughfestclub/

CrossPolitic Studios
The Right Turning on Trump? Stone Age Election Counting & The Need for Leaders [CrossPolitic Show]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:00


Well they’re still counting…More Midterm Coverage & The Shifting Narrative on Trump/DeSantis Patriots for DeSantis https://patriotsfordesantis.us/ Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member (Support the Show!) https://flfnetwork.com/product/fightlaughfestclub/

Ding Dong Darkness Time
DDD: Skulls, Cattle, and Lightning -- The Cults of the Neolithic Era

Ding Dong Darkness Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 15:52


Life was hard in early human history. And around 10,000 years ago during the Neolithic Period, when our interests turned to gathering in stationary settlements and manipulating the earth and animals in our favor, it became particularly challenging to hold it all together in the face of elemental forces we take for granted these days. This was fertile ground for the growth of cults. In this short episodes, Allison discusses three of them today and in doing so hopefully demonstrates how straight line can still be drawn between the people of prehistoric times and the people of today.Additional Info:Skull Cult at Gobleki Tepihttps://www.vice.com/en/article/7xp55b/gobekli-tepe-skull-cult-ancient-ruins-temple-ritualNeolithic Cattle Culthttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/did-neolithic-cattle-cult-build-these-sprawling-structures-180977629/ Thunder and Lightning Godshttps://symbolsage.com/thunder-and-lightning-gods/Show Credits:Graphics -- Nathaniel Dickson: http://ndickson.comMusic -- Spencer Morelock, Ken DicksonDing Dong Darkness Time Media:Twitter: @dddarknesstimeInstagram: dddarknesstimeGmail: dddarknesstime@gmail.com

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Unearthed! Autumn 2022, Part 2

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:18


The second part of our autumn list of things that were unearthed in the recent past includes potpourri, repatriations, shipwrecks, medical finds, Viking items, and books and letters. Research:  Abbott, Dennis. “Archaeologists unearth skeleton dating from Battle of Waterloo” Brussels Times. 7/13/2022. https://www.brusselstimes.com/belgium/254695/archaeologists-unearth-skeleton-dating-from-battle-of-waterloo Amaral, Brian. “A R.I. wreck that may be Captain Cook's Endeavour is being eaten by ‘shipworms'.” Boston Globe. 8/11/2022. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/08/11/metro/ri-wreck-that-may-be-captain-cooks-endeavour-is-being-eaten-by-shipworms/ Andalou Agency. “164-square-meter Heracles mosaic found in Turkey's Alanya.” 7/26/2022. https://www.dailysabah.com/life/history/164-square-meter-heracles-mosaic-found-in-turkeys-alanya “Van Gogh self-portrait found hidden behind another painting.” 7/14/2022. https://apnews.com/article/hidden-van-gogh-self-portrait-b703b4391c4ec0ba5bcf381ae44a6c3b Banfield-Nwachi, Mabel. “Rare original copy of Shakespeare's First Folio sells for £2m.” The Guardian. 7/22/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2022/jul/22/shakespeare-first-folio-sells-for-2m-at-auction Behrendt, Marcin. “Keep demons in the grave.” Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun. 9/19/2022. https://portal.umk.pl/en/article/keep-demons-in-the-grave Benke, Kristopher. “Medieval mass burial shows centuries-earlier origin of Ashkenazi genetic bottleneck.” 8/30/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/963008 Bennett-Begaye, Jourdan and Kolby KickingWoman. “Jim Thorpe's Olympic record reinstated.” Indian Country Today. https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/jim-thorpes-olympic-record-reinstated Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “The last person who touched this three-bladed arrowhead was a Viking.” 8/26/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/the-last-person-who-touched-this-three-bladed-arrowhead-was-a-viking/2069302 Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “This gold ring once belonged to a powerful Viking Chief. It was found in a pile of cheap jewellery auctioned off online.” Science Norway. 7/8/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/this-gold-ring-once-belonged-to-a-powerful-viking-chief-it-was-found-in-a-pile-of-cheap-jewellery-auctioned-off-online/2052329 Bir, Burak. “Historical artifact from AD 250 returns to Türkiye after 140 years.” AA. 7/1/2022. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/culture/historical-artifact-from-ad-250-returns-to-turkiye-after-140-years/2628092 Brewer, Graham Lee. “Search for missing Native artifacts led to the discovery of bodies stored in ‘the most inhumane way possible'.” NBC News. 9/4/2022. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/search-missing-native-artifacts-led-discovery-bodies-stored-inhumane-w-rcna46151 Brownlee, Emma. “Bed Burials in Early Medieval Europe.” Medieval Archaeology. Vol. 66, 2002. https://doi.org/10.1080/00766097.2022.2065060 Buschschlüter, Vanessa. “Pedro I: Emperor's embalmed heart arrives in Brazil.” BBC. 8/22/2022. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-62561928 Cardiff University. ‘Bronze Age enclosure could offer earliest clues on the origins of Cardiff.” 7/14/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-bronze-age-enclosure-earliest-clues.html Cheng, Lucia. “After More Than 150 Years, Sculptor Edmonia Lewis Finally Gets Her Degree.” Smithsonian. 7/20/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/sculptor-edmonia-lewis-receives-her-degree-180980429/ Davis, Nicola. “DIY fertiliser may be behind monks' parasite torment, say archaeologists.” The Guardian. 8/19/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/aug/19/diy-fertiliser-may-be-behind-monk-parasite-torment-say-archaeologists-cambridge Dennehy, John. “UAE-led project makes groundbreaking discovery in Zanzibar's famed Stone Town.” The National News. 9/30/2022. https://www.thenationalnews.com/uae/heritage/2022/09/01/uae-led-project-makes-groundbreaking-discovery-in-zanzibars-famed-stone-town/ Donn, Natasha. “Portuguese scientists discover 100,000 year old case of deafness.” 7/18/2022. https://www.portugalresident.com/portuguese-scientists-discover-100000-year-old-case-of-deafness/ Eerkens, J.W., de Voogt, A. Why are Roman-period dice asymmetrical? An experimental and quantitative approach. Archaeol Anthropol Sci 14, 134 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-022-01599-y Elis-Williams, Elinor. “Finding the ship that sent out a warning to The Titanic.” 9/26/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/965748 Enking, Molly. “Kentucky Floods Damage Irreplaceable Appalachian Archives.” Smithsonian. 8/3/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/kentucky-floods-damage-irreplaceable-appalachian-archives-180980517/ Fels, Tony. “What Elizabeth Johnson's Exoneration Teaches about the Salem Witch Hunt.” History News Network. 8/22/2022. https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/183740 Golder, Joseph. “New Technique Used to Free 1,300-Year-Old 'Ice Prince'.” Newsweek. 6/30/2022. https://www.newsweek.com/new-technique-used-free-1300-year-old-ice-prince-1720801 Grescoe, Taras. “This miracle plant was eaten into extinction 2,000 years ago—or was it?” National Geographic. 9/23/2022. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/miracle-plant-eaten-extinction-2000-years-ago-silphion?loggedout=true Griffith University. “Massive Outback rock art site reveals ancient narrative.” Phys.org. 9/21/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-massive-outback-art-site-reveals.html Hauck, Grace. “How a missing foot in Borneo is upending what we've known about human history.” Phys.org. 9/7/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-foot-borneo-upending-weve-human.html Hussain, Abid. “Record rains in Pakistan damage Mohenjo Daro archaeological site.” MSN. 9/8/2022. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/record-rains-in-pakistan-damage-mohenjo-daro-archaeological-site/ar-AA11B0zH IOC News. “IOC to display the name of Jim Thorpe as sole Stockholm 1912 pentathlon and decathlon gold medallist.” 7/15/2022. https://olympics.com/ioc/news/ioc-to-display-the-name-of-jim-thorpe-as-sole-stockholm-1912-pentathlon-and-decathlon-gold-medallist Johnston, Chuck. “Grand jury declines to indict Carolyn Bryant Donham, the woman whose accusations led to the murder of Emmett Till.” CNN. 8/10/2022. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/08/09/us/emmett-till-carolyn-bryant-no-indictment-reaj/index.html Katz, Brigit. “Albuquerque Museum Returns Long-Forgotten Cache of Sculptures to Mexico.” Smithsonian. 7/29/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/albuquerque-museum-returns-long-forgotten-cache-of-sculptures-to-mexico-180980501/ Katz, Brigit. “London's Horniman Museum Will Return Stolen Benin Bronzes to Nigeria.” Smithsonian Magazine. 8/9/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/london-horniman-museum-return-stolen-benin-bronzes-nigeria-180980541/ Katz, Brigit. “Museum of the Bible Returns Centuries-Old Gospel Manuscript to Greece.” Smithsonian. 8/30/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/museum-of-the-bible-returns-centuries-old-gospel-manuscript-to-greece-180980670/ Kiel University. “Examination of recently discovered wreck from the 17th century.” PhysOrg. 7/28/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-17th-century.html Kuta, Sarah. “Can Tree Rings Solve the Mystery of a 19th-Century American Shipwreck?” Smithsonian. 9/1/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/tree-rings-american-shipwreck-Dolphin-1859-180980676/ Kuta, Sarah. “Man Pays $75 for Medieval Text That Could Be Worth $10,000.” Smithsonian. 9/29/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/man-pays-75-for-700-year-old-medieval-text-that-could-be-worth-10000-180980858/ Lewsey, Fred. “Prehistoric roots of ‘cold sore' virus traced through ancient herpes DNA.” 7/27/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/959525 Macmillan, Jade. “Indigenous leaders bring their ancestors home after 90 years at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.” ABC. 8/3/2022. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-04/indigenous-remains-repatriated-from-smithsonian/101272318 McEnchroe, Thomas. “Uniquely preserved medieval kitchen unearthed north of Moravia.” Radio Prague International. 8/8/2022. https://english.radio.cz/uniquely-preserved-medieval-kitchen-unearthed-north-moravia-8758128 net. “Research from Viking latrines helps reveal the long history of a parasite.” https://www.medievalists.net/2022/09/research-from-viking-latrines-helps-reveal-the-long-history-of-a-parasite/ net. “Site of 13th-century shipwreck to be protected.” https://www.medievalists.net/2022/07/site-of-13th-century-shipwreck-to-be-protected/ Metcalfe, Tom. “1,000 years ago, a woman was buried in a canoe on her way to the 'destination of souls'.” LiveScience. 8/24/2022. https://www.livescience.com/indigenous-canoe-burial-argentina Nick J. Overton et al, Not All That Glitters is Gold? Rock Crystal in the Early British Neolithic at Dorstone Hill, Herefordshire, and the Wider British and Irish Context, Cambridge Archaeological Journal (2022). DOI: 10.1017/S0959774322000142 Nyberg, Elin. “Jewellery from grave of high status Viking woman delivered at museum's door.” University of Stavanger. 7/9/2022. https://www.uis.no/en/research/jewellery-from-grave-of-high-status-viking-woman-delivered-at-museums-door Nyberg, Elin. “Unique sword casts new light on Viking voyages across the North Sea.” Phys.org. 7/18/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-unique-sword-viking-voyages-north.html Oltermann, Philip. “Germany hands over two Benin bronzes to Nigeria.” 7/1/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/01/germany-hands-over-two-benin-bronzes-to-nigeria Orie, Amarachi and Christian Edwards. “This ship tried to warn the Titanic about the iceberg. Now scientists have found its wreckage.” CNN. 9/30/2022. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/titanic-warning-ss-mesaba-irish-sea-intl-scli-scn/index.html Pannett, Rachel. “Scientists find evidence of oldest known surgery, from 31,000 years ago.” Washington Post. 9/7/2022. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/09/07/oldest-amputation-surgery-borneo-hunter/ Patel, Vimal. “Last Conviction in Salem Witch Trials Is Cleared 329 Years Later.” New York Times. 7/31/2022. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/31/us/elizabeth-johnson-witchcraft-exoneration.html Peek, Madison. “A voice for their ancestors: Exhumations begin at Williamsburg's First Baptist Church site.” Daily Press. 7/18/2022. https://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-archaeology-discovery-burial-20220718-jequutuz2rbkvbrjposwovxot4-story.html Public Library of Science. “High-status Danish Vikings wore exotic beaver furs.” Phys.org. 7/27/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-high-status-danish-vikings-wore-exotic.html Rebosio, Cameron. “SLAC researchers scan 600-year-old documents for clues about first printing presses.” 8/13/2022. https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2022/08/13/slac-researchers-scan-600-year-old-documents-for-clues-about-first-printing-presses Recker, Jane. “Five Stolen Paintings Go on Display in Virtual Reality.” Smithsonian. 7/13/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/virtual-reality-stolen-artwork-180980389/ Recker, Jane. “Harvard Returns Chief Standing Bear's Pipe Tomahawk to the Ponca Tribe.” Smithsonian. 7/7/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/civil-rights-leader-standing-bears-tomahawk-returned-to-his-tribe-180980369/ Rose, Andy. “3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region.” CNN. 9/23/2022. https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/23/us/canoe-native-wisconsin-lake-mendota/index.html Scislowska, Monika. “Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?” Phys.org. 7/31/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-danish-king-gave-bluetooth-poland.html Solly, Meilan. “Bones Found in Medieval Well Likely Belong to Victims of Anti-Semitic Massacre.” Smithsonian. 9/1/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/bones-found-in-medieval-well-likely-belong-to-victims-of-anti-semitic-massacre-180980692/ Solly, Meilan. “England's Oldest Surviving Shipwreck Is a 13th-Century Merchant Vessel.” Smithsonian. 7/26/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/englands-oldest-surviving-shipwreck-is-a-13th-century-merchant-vessel-180980474/ Stafford, Joe. “Archaeologists carry out first dig at tomb linked to King Arthur.” 7/1/2022. https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/tomb-linked-to-king-arthur/ Tabikha, Kamal. “Archaeologists uncover 2,600-year-old blocks of white cheese in Egypt.” Mena/The National News. 11/12/2022. https://www.thenationalnews.com/mena/2022/09/12/archaeologists-uncover-2600-year-old-blocks-of-white-cheese-in-egypt/ Tamisiea, Jack. “Beloved Chincoteague ponies' mythical origins may be real.” National Geographic. 7/27/2022. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/famous-chincoteague-ponies-may-actually-descend-from-a-spanish-shipwreck Taylor & Francis Group. “More digging needed to see whether bones of fallen Waterloo soldiers were sold as fertilizer, as few human remains have ever been found.” Science Daily. 6/18/2022. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220617210054.htm Taylor, Luke. “Evolution of lactose tolerance probably driven by famine and disease.” New Scientist. 7/272022. https://www.newscientist.com/article/2331213-evolution-of-lactose-tolerance-probably-driven-by-famine-and-disease/ The History Blog. “1,400-year-old iron folding chair found in Bavaria.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65004 The History Blog. “Conserving an 18th c. portrait and the waistcoat in it.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64758 The History Blog. “Flash-frozen 7th c. boy warrior grave thawed.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64490 The History Blog. “Getty returns unique Greek terracotta sculptural group.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64992 The History Blog. “Hiker Finds Viking Brooch From Woman's Burial.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64949 The History Blog. “Roman “refrigerator” found in Bulgaria.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65258 The History Blog. “Roman anchor retrieved from North Sea.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65211 The History Blog. “Secrets of Vermeer's Milkmaid revealed.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65195 The History Blog. “Shrimp fishermen haul in wooden figurehead.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64893 UNC University Communications. “Excavations by UNC-Chapel Hill archaeologist reveal first known depictions of two biblical heroines, episode in ancient Jewish art.” 7/5/2022. https://uncnews.unc.edu/2022/07/05/excavations-by-unc-chapel-hill-archaeologist-reveal-first-known-depictions-of-two-biblical-heroines-episode-in-ancient-jewish-art/ University of Cincinatti. “Using science to solve a 1,300-year-old art mystery.” 9/6/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-science-year-old-art-mystery.html University of Helsinkin. “Human bones used for making pendants in the Stone Age.” EurekAlert. 7/4/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/957821 Vindolanda Charitable Trust. “Instruments of War: Roman cornu mouthpiece uncovered..” 9/21/2022. https://www.vindolanda.com/news/instruments-of-war-roman-cornu-mouthpiece-uncovered. Whiteman, Hilary. “Somerton man mystery ‘solved' as DNA points to man's identity, professor claims.” CNN. 7/26/2022. https://www.cnn.com/2022/07/26/australia/australia-somerton-man-mystery-solved-claim-intl-hnk-dst/index.html Wu, Tara. “Three Men Charged for Trying to Sell Stolen ‘Hotel California' Notes and Lyrics.” Smithsonian. 7/13/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/three-men-charged-for-trying-to-sell-stolen-hotel-california-notes-and-lyrics-180980415/ Xavier Roca-Rada et al, A 1000-year-old case of Klinefelter's syndrome diagnosed by integrating morphology, osteology, and genetics, The Lancet (2022). DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(22)01476-3 “5,200-year-old stone carving chrysalis found in north China.” 7/18/2022. http://www.chinaview.cn/20220718/9ff4915a83394d1089cea9e76c3f5517/c.html Yildiz, Kadir. “Rare 1,600-year-old writing set unearthed in Istanbul.” AA. 9/15/2022. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/culture/rare-1-600-year-old-writing-set-unearthed-in-istanbul/2685964 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Stone Age Gamer Podcast
Ep.435 – SAG Episode 435: Stone Age Starter Kit: PlayStation 2

The Stone Age Gamer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022


Show Notes Dan and Kris bring you the PS2 starter kit, and boy was it a doozie. Lots of absolute masterpieces are really inexpensive on that platform. We also had a lot of great lists from the listeners to discuss as well. Plus, Pilotwings 64, Marvel Snap, Dan's bad jokes, and more! Useful Links Support us on Patreon StoneAgeGamer.com Safe at Home Rescue Tales of Cape Fear theGEEKwriter SAG's theme Song “Squared Roots” by Banjo Guy Ollie Social Stuff Join us on Discord! Stone Age Gamer Youtube Twitch Geekade Facebook Stone Age Gamer Facebook Geekade Twitter Stone Age Gamer Twitter Geekade Instagram Stone Age Gamer Instagram YouTube Geekade Contact Us Break Music Rocketbelt - Pilotwings 64 Katamari Damacy Soundtrack - 03 - The Moon and the prince

Talkin' Rock With Meltdown Podcast
Guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen From Queens Of The Stone Age

Talkin' Rock With Meltdown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 28:59


I had the chance to sit down with Troy Van Leeuwen at Echopark guitars in Detroit. More on that in a few. Troy and I talked about his current gig, filling in for Dave Navaro as he recovers from long Covid, and playing with Jane's Addiction. We discussed the multitude of quality musicians he's played with in his various projects, including Jane's, A Perfect Circle, Queens of the Stoneage and more. I asked where "hired gun" ends and "band member" begins. He told me the legend who inspired him to pick up the guitar, and a great story about meeting him, and lots more.   We did the interview in Echopark guitars shop where all the instruments are made. You can learn more about them below. A big Thank You to Gabriel Currie and his staff. Also, Thank You to Robert Bruce for setting up the interview.  -Meltdown- https://wrif.com/2022/11/04/guitarist-troy-van-leeuwen-talks-about-touring-with-janes-addiction-all-his-other-projects-meltdown/ https://wrif.com/podcasts/talkin-rock-with-meltdown/    

Board Game Barrage
#250: The Times They Are a-Changin'

Board Game Barrage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 52:36


Two hundred and fifty episodes. That's ... a lot of episodes. That's a lot of time! And, boy, things have changed around here. Well some things. We look at what's different in the hobby since we started doing this whole thing. Before we cast our minds back, we talk about Stone Age, Blood on the Clocktower, Hansa Teutonica, and Aegean Sea. 01:58 - Stone Age 12:41 - Blood on the Clocktower 16:56 - Hansa Teutonica 18:53 - Aegean Sea 43:49 - Gloomhaven 45:36 - Caylus 46:55 - Wiz-War Check out our wiki at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/wiki Join the discussion at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/discord Join our Facebook group at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/facebook Get a Board Game Barrage T-shirt at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/store

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Unearthed! Autumn 2022, Part 1

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 34:59


Fall is here and so is the latest two-part edition of Unearthed! Part one includes updates, oldest things, books and letters, and a late entry into our Halloween stuff.  Research: Abbott, Dennis. “Archaeologists unearth skeleton dating from Battle of Waterloo” Brussels Times. 7/13/2022. https://www.brusselstimes.com/belgium/254695/archaeologists-unearth-skeleton-dating-from-battle-of-waterloo Amaral, Brian. “A R.I. wreck that may be Captain Cook's Endeavour is being eaten by ‘shipworms'.” Boston Globe. 8/11/2022. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/08/11/metro/ri-wreck-that-may-be-captain-cooks-endeavour-is-being-eaten-by-shipworms/ Andalou Agency. “164-square-meter Heracles mosaic found in Turkey's Alanya.” 7/26/2022. https://www.dailysabah.com/life/history/164-square-meter-heracles-mosaic-found-in-turkeys-alanya “Van Gogh self-portrait found hidden behind another painting.” 7/14/2022. https://apnews.com/article/hidden-van-gogh-self-portrait-b703b4391c4ec0ba5bcf381ae44a6c3b Banfield-Nwachi, Mabel. “Rare original copy of Shakespeare's First Folio sells for £2m.” The Guardian. 7/22/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2022/jul/22/shakespeare-first-folio-sells-for-2m-at-auction Behrendt, Marcin. “Keep demons in the grave.” Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun. 9/19/2022. https://portal.umk.pl/en/article/keep-demons-in-the-grave Benke, Kristopher. “Medieval mass burial shows centuries-earlier origin of Ashkenazi genetic bottleneck.” 8/30/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/963008 Bennett-Begaye, Jourdan and Kolby KickingWoman. “Jim Thorpe's Olympic record reinstated.” Indian Country Today. https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/jim-thorpes-olympic-record-reinstated Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “The last person who touched this three-bladed arrowhead was a Viking.” 8/26/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/the-last-person-who-touched-this-three-bladed-arrowhead-was-a-viking/2069302 Bergstrøm, Ida Irene. “This gold ring once belonged to a powerful Viking Chief. It was found in a pile of cheap jewellery auctioned off online.” Science Norway. 7/8/2022. https://sciencenorway.no/archaeology-viking-age-vikings/this-gold-ring-once-belonged-to-a-powerful-viking-chief-it-was-found-in-a-pile-of-cheap-jewellery-auctioned-off-online/2052329 Bir, Burak. “Historical artifact from AD 250 returns to Türkiye after 140 years.” AA. 7/1/2022. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/culture/historical-artifact-from-ad-250-returns-to-turkiye-after-140-years/2628092 Brewer, Graham Lee. “Search for missing Native artifacts led to the discovery of bodies stored in ‘the most inhumane way possible'.” NBC News. 9/4/2022. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/search-missing-native-artifacts-led-discovery-bodies-stored-inhumane-w-rcna46151 Brownlee, Emma. “Bed Burials in Early Medieval Europe.” Medieval Archaeology. Vol. 66, 2002. https://doi.org/10.1080/00766097.2022.2065060 Buschschlüter, Vanessa. “Pedro I: Emperor's embalmed heart arrives in Brazil.” BBC. 8/22/2022. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-62561928 Cardiff University. ‘Bronze Age enclosure could offer earliest clues on the origins of Cardiff.” 7/14/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-bronze-age-enclosure-earliest-clues.html Cheng, Lucia. “After More Than 150 Years, Sculptor Edmonia Lewis Finally Gets Her Degree.” Smithsonian. 7/20/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/sculptor-edmonia-lewis-receives-her-degree-180980429/ Davis, Nicola. “DIY fertiliser may be behind monks' parasite torment, say archaeologists.” The Guardian. 8/19/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/aug/19/diy-fertiliser-may-be-behind-monk-parasite-torment-say-archaeologists-cambridge Dennehy, John. “UAE-led project makes groundbreaking discovery in Zanzibar's famed Stone Town.” The National News. 9/30/2022. https://www.thenationalnews.com/uae/heritage/2022/09/01/uae-led-project-makes-groundbreaking-discovery-in-zanzibars-famed-stone-town/ Donn, Natasha. “Portuguese scientists discover 100,000 year old case of deafness.” 7/18/2022. https://www.portugalresident.com/portuguese-scientists-discover-100000-year-old-case-of-deafness/ Eerkens, J.W., de Voogt, A. Why are Roman-period dice asymmetrical? An experimental and quantitative approach. Archaeol Anthropol Sci 14, 134 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-022-01599-y Elis-Williams, Elinor. “Finding the ship that sent out a warning to The Titanic.” 9/26/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/965748 Enking, Molly. “Kentucky Floods Damage Irreplaceable Appalachian Archives.” Smithsonian. 8/3/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/kentucky-floods-damage-irreplaceable-appalachian-archives-180980517/ Fels, Tony. “What Elizabeth Johnson's Exoneration Teaches about the Salem Witch Hunt.” History News Network. 8/22/2022. https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/183740 Golder, Joseph. “New Technique Used to Free 1,300-Year-Old 'Ice Prince'.” Newsweek. 6/30/2022. https://www.newsweek.com/new-technique-used-free-1300-year-old-ice-prince-1720801 Grescoe, Taras. “This miracle plant was eaten into extinction 2,000 years ago—or was it?” National Geographic. 9/23/2022. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/miracle-plant-eaten-extinction-2000-years-ago-silphion?loggedout=true Griffith University. “Massive Outback rock art site reveals ancient narrative.” Phys.org. 9/21/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-massive-outback-art-site-reveals.html Hauck, Grace. “How a missing foot in Borneo is upending what we've known about human history.” Phys.org. 9/7/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-foot-borneo-upending-weve-human.html Hussain, Abid. “Record rains in Pakistan damage Mohenjo Daro archaeological site.” MSN. 9/8/2022. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/record-rains-in-pakistan-damage-mohenjo-daro-archaeological-site/ar-AA11B0zH IOC News. “IOC to display the name of Jim Thorpe as sole Stockholm 1912 pentathlon and decathlon gold medallist.” 7/15/2022. https://olympics.com/ioc/news/ioc-to-display-the-name-of-jim-thorpe-as-sole-stockholm-1912-pentathlon-and-decathlon-gold-medallist Johnston, Chuck. “Grand jury declines to indict Carolyn Bryant Donham, the woman whose accusations led to the murder of Emmett Till.” CNN. 8/10/2022. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/08/09/us/emmett-till-carolyn-bryant-no-indictment-reaj/index.html Katz, Brigit. “Albuquerque Museum Returns Long-Forgotten Cache of Sculptures to Mexico.” Smithsonian. 7/29/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/albuquerque-museum-returns-long-forgotten-cache-of-sculptures-to-mexico-180980501/ Katz, Brigit. “London's Horniman Museum Will Return Stolen Benin Bronzes to Nigeria.” Smithsonian Magazine. 8/9/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/london-horniman-museum-return-stolen-benin-bronzes-nigeria-180980541/ Katz, Brigit. “Museum of the Bible Returns Centuries-Old Gospel Manuscript to Greece.” Smithsonian. 8/30/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/museum-of-the-bible-returns-centuries-old-gospel-manuscript-to-greece-180980670/ Kiel University. “Examination of recently discovered wreck from the 17th century.” PhysOrg. 7/28/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-17th-century.html Kuta, Sarah. “Can Tree Rings Solve the Mystery of a 19th-Century American Shipwreck?” Smithsonian. 9/1/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/tree-rings-american-shipwreck-Dolphin-1859-180980676/ Kuta, Sarah. “Man Pays $75 for Medieval Text That Could Be Worth $10,000.” Smithsonian. 9/29/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/man-pays-75-for-700-year-old-medieval-text-that-could-be-worth-10000-180980858/ Lewsey, Fred. “Prehistoric roots of ‘cold sore' virus traced through ancient herpes DNA.” 7/27/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/959525 Macmillan, Jade. “Indigenous leaders bring their ancestors home after 90 years at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.” ABC. 8/3/2022. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-04/indigenous-remains-repatriated-from-smithsonian/101272318 McEnchroe, Thomas. “Uniquely preserved medieval kitchen unearthed north of Moravia.” Radio Prague International. 8/8/2022. https://english.radio.cz/uniquely-preserved-medieval-kitchen-unearthed-north-moravia-8758128 net. “Research from Viking latrines helps reveal the long history of a parasite.” https://www.medievalists.net/2022/09/research-from-viking-latrines-helps-reveal-the-long-history-of-a-parasite/ net. “Site of 13th-century shipwreck to be protected.” https://www.medievalists.net/2022/07/site-of-13th-century-shipwreck-to-be-protected/ Metcalfe, Tom. “1,000 years ago, a woman was buried in a canoe on her way to the 'destination of souls'.” LiveScience. 8/24/2022. https://www.livescience.com/indigenous-canoe-burial-argentina Nick J. Overton et al, Not All That Glitters is Gold? Rock Crystal in the Early British Neolithic at Dorstone Hill, Herefordshire, and the Wider British and Irish Context, Cambridge Archaeological Journal (2022). DOI: 10.1017/S0959774322000142 Nyberg, Elin. “Jewellery from grave of high status Viking woman delivered at museum's door.” University of Stavanger. 7/9/2022. https://www.uis.no/en/research/jewellery-from-grave-of-high-status-viking-woman-delivered-at-museums-door Nyberg, Elin. “Unique sword casts new light on Viking voyages across the North Sea.” Phys.org. 7/18/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-unique-sword-viking-voyages-north.html Oltermann, Philip. “Germany hands over two Benin bronzes to Nigeria.” 7/1/2022. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/01/germany-hands-over-two-benin-bronzes-to-nigeria Orie, Amarachi and Christian Edwards. “This ship tried to warn the Titanic about the iceberg. Now scientists have found its wreckage.” CNN. 9/30/2022. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/titanic-warning-ss-mesaba-irish-sea-intl-scli-scn/index.html Pannett, Rachel. “Scientists find evidence of oldest known surgery, from 31,000 years ago.” Washington Post. 9/7/2022. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/09/07/oldest-amputation-surgery-borneo-hunter/ Patel, Vimal. “Last Conviction in Salem Witch Trials Is Cleared 329 Years Later.” New York Times. 7/31/2022. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/31/us/elizabeth-johnson-witchcraft-exoneration.html Peek, Madison. “A voice for their ancestors: Exhumations begin at Williamsburg's First Baptist Church site.” Daily Press. 7/18/2022. https://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-archaeology-discovery-burial-20220718-jequutuz2rbkvbrjposwovxot4-story.html Public Library of Science. “High-status Danish Vikings wore exotic beaver furs.” Phys.org. 7/27/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-high-status-danish-vikings-wore-exotic.html Rebosio, Cameron. “SLAC researchers scan 600-year-old documents for clues about first printing presses.” 8/13/2022. https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2022/08/13/slac-researchers-scan-600-year-old-documents-for-clues-about-first-printing-presses Recker, Jane. “Five Stolen Paintings Go on Display in Virtual Reality.” Smithsonian. 7/13/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/virtual-reality-stolen-artwork-180980389/ Recker, Jane. “Harvard Returns Chief Standing Bear's Pipe Tomahawk to the Ponca Tribe.” Smithsonian. 7/7/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/civil-rights-leader-standing-bears-tomahawk-returned-to-his-tribe-180980369/ Rose, Andy. “3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region.” CNN. 9/23/2022. https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/23/us/canoe-native-wisconsin-lake-mendota/index.html Scislowska, Monika. “Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?” Phys.org. 7/31/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-danish-king-gave-bluetooth-poland.html Solly, Meilan. “Bones Found in Medieval Well Likely Belong to Victims of Anti-Semitic Massacre.” Smithsonian. 9/1/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/bones-found-in-medieval-well-likely-belong-to-victims-of-anti-semitic-massacre-180980692/ Solly, Meilan. “England's Oldest Surviving Shipwreck Is a 13th-Century Merchant Vessel.” Smithsonian. 7/26/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/englands-oldest-surviving-shipwreck-is-a-13th-century-merchant-vessel-180980474/ Stafford, Joe. “Archaeologists carry out first dig at tomb linked to King Arthur.” 7/1/2022. https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/tomb-linked-to-king-arthur/ Tabikha, Kamal. “Archaeologists uncover 2,600-year-old blocks of white cheese in Egypt.” Mena/The National News. 11/12/2022. https://www.thenationalnews.com/mena/2022/09/12/archaeologists-uncover-2600-year-old-blocks-of-white-cheese-in-egypt/ Tamisiea, Jack. “Beloved Chincoteague ponies' mythical origins may be real.” National Geographic. 7/27/2022. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/famous-chincoteague-ponies-may-actually-descend-from-a-spanish-shipwreck Taylor & Francis Group. “More digging needed to see whether bones of fallen Waterloo soldiers were sold as fertilizer, as few human remains have ever been found.” Science Daily. 6/18/2022. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220617210054.htm Taylor, Luke. “Evolution of lactose tolerance probably driven by famine and disease.” New Scientist. 7/272022. https://www.newscientist.com/article/2331213-evolution-of-lactose-tolerance-probably-driven-by-famine-and-disease/ The History Blog. “1,400-year-old iron folding chair found in Bavaria.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65004 The History Blog. “Conserving an 18th c. portrait and the waistcoat in it.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64758 The History Blog. “Flash-frozen 7th c. boy warrior grave thawed.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64490 The History Blog. “Getty returns unique Greek terracotta sculptural group.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64992 The History Blog. “Hiker Finds Viking Brooch From Woman's Burial.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64949 The History Blog. “Roman “refrigerator” found in Bulgaria.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65258 The History Blog. “Roman anchor retrieved from North Sea.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65211 The History Blog. “Secrets of Vermeer's Milkmaid revealed.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/65195 The History Blog. “Shrimp fishermen haul in wooden figurehead.” http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/64893 UNC University Communications. “Excavations by UNC-Chapel Hill archaeologist reveal first known depictions of two biblical heroines, episode in ancient Jewish art.” 7/5/2022. https://uncnews.unc.edu/2022/07/05/excavations-by-unc-chapel-hill-archaeologist-reveal-first-known-depictions-of-two-biblical-heroines-episode-in-ancient-jewish-art/ University of Cincinatti. “Using science to solve a 1,300-year-old art mystery.” 9/6/2022. https://phys.org/news/2022-09-science-year-old-art-mystery.html University of Helsinkin. “Human bones used for making pendants in the Stone Age.” EurekAlert. 7/4/2022. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/957821 Vindolanda Charitable Trust. “Instruments of War: Roman cornu mouthpiece uncovered..” 9/21/2022. https://www.vindolanda.com/news/instruments-of-war-roman-cornu-mouthpiece-uncovered. Whiteman, Hilary. “Somerton man mystery ‘solved' as DNA points to man's identity, professor claims.” CNN. 7/26/2022. https://www.cnn.com/2022/07/26/australia/australia-somerton-man-mystery-solved-claim-intl-hnk-dst/index.html Wu, Tara. “Three Men Charged for Trying to Sell Stolen ‘Hotel California' Notes and Lyrics.” Smithsonian. 7/13/2022. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/three-men-charged-for-trying-to-sell-stolen-hotel-california-notes-and-lyrics-180980415/ Xavier Roca-Rada et al, A 1000-year-old case of Klinefelter's syndrome diagnosed by integrating morphology, osteology, and genetics, The Lancet (2022). DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(22)01476-3 “5,200-year-old stone carving chrysalis found in north China.” 7/18/2022. http://www.chinaview.cn/20220718/9ff4915a83394d1089cea9e76c3f5517/c.html Yildiz, Kadir. “Rare 1,600-year-old writing set unearthed in Istanbul.” AA. 9/15/2022. https://www.aa.com.tr/en/culture/rare-1-600-year-old-writing-set-unearthed-in-istanbul/2685964 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Final Furlong Podcast
Exclusive Aidan O'Brien Breeders Cup Stable Tour live from Keeneland

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 26:10


Emmet Kennedy is joined by Champion Trainer Aidan O'Brien - live from Keeneland - for an exclusive Ballydoyle Stable Tour for the 2022 Breeders Cup. Aidan talks us through the chances of Meditate, Victoria Road, Tuesday, Toy, Order Of Australia, Broome and Stone Age, plus we get an update on the status of dual Group 1 winner Luxembourg. Show Your Support for The FFP with Likes & Shares on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook

Wow in the World
Needs More Seashell! An Ancient Seashell Sings A New Song (10/31/22)

Wow in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 28:12 Very Popular


Mindy and Guy Raz are facing the music and forming band! All they need is just a little more... seashell? Join Mindy, Guy Raz, and the rest of WOW crew on an adventure back to Stone Age to track down an 18,000 year old instrument! It's the who, what, when, where, why, how, and wow of SEASHELLS! Originally aired 5/10/21.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Ancients
End of Stone Age Orkney

The Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 28:15 Very Popular


Around 5200 years ago, during the Neolithic period, when farming first took hold, Orkney was a hugely influential cultural centre. Yet, as Europe moved into the Bronze Age, the islands' influence dwindled and Orkney became more insular. But what do we know about the arrival of the Bronze Age in Orkney and Scotland?In today's episode of The Ancients, Tristan is joined by Professor Martin Richards from University of Huddersfield, one of the leaders of an exciting new research project. Working along side researchers who uncovered DNA evidence that brings to light new information for this moment of Britain's prehistory, Martin and the team's work is helping change the way Stone Age Orkney is viewed.By combining archaeology with the study of ancient DNA from Bronze Age human remains, researchers now know much more about this time than ever before, and the results have come as a great surprise to geneticists and archaeologists alike.To watch our brand new documentary series on Prehistoric Scotland click here:https://access.historyhit.com/ancient-and-classical/videos/mysteries-of-prehistoric-scotland-episode-oneFor more Ancients content, subscribe to our Ancients newsletter here. For your chance to win five non-fiction history books - including a signed copy of Dan Snow's On This Day in History - please fill out this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/survey-taken/?sm=IthGeoCcJUiKNx0R8Pv7Ogn50xYWgriQdyDMjMZwy8jmNE1jQh63NtWjK1DQdAssMjnsuFzX5eJOGw0w3NS4sgHthi59y72wWjesdfmNxyU_3DIf you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - enter promo code ANCIENTS for a free trial, plus 50% off your first three months' subscription.To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Artistic Armory
The 1st Dreamers In History & How They Lead Humanity Out Of The Stone Age

The Artistic Armory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 10:51


Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio
Did life on Mars exterminate itself? Stone-age chemistry produces super-glue, African origins for dinosaurs, wolves' attachment to humans, Nobel for Neanderthals and downloading the mind

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 54:11


Did life on Mars exterminate itself?; Hand raised-wolves are as attached to their human caregivers as dogs; Oldest African dinosaur discovery sheds light on dinosaur origins; 100,000 years ago humans in Africa were distilling powerful glue; Neanderthal genome earns a Nobel prize; Ray Kurzweil on downloading the mind.

Naturalist Capitalist
Episode 260 - ESG Bringing us Back to the Stone Age with Clint Russell

Naturalist Capitalist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 54:41


Clint joins me to talk about why companies are willing to make decisions that hurt them financially and how the "green energy" scam will set us back hundreds of years. SHOW LINKS: https://linktr.ee/ReedCoverdale GUEST LINKS: https://linktr.ee/libertylockdown

The Nonlinear Library
AF - Greed Is the Root of This Evil by Thane Ruthenis

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:06


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Greed Is the Root of This Evil, published by Thane Ruthenis on October 13, 2022 on The AI Alignment Forum. The SGD's greed, to be specific. Consider a ML model being trained end-to-end from initialization to zero loss. Every individual update to its parameters is calculated to move it in the direction of maximal local improvement to its performance. It doesn't take the shortest path from where it starts to the ridge of optimality; it takes the locally steepest path. 1. What does that mean mechanically? Roughly speaking, every feature in NNs could likely be put into one of two categories: Statistical correlations across training data, aka "the world model". The policy: heuristics/shards, mesa-objectives, and inner optimization. The world-model can only be learned gradually, because higher-level features/statistical correlations build upon lower-level ones, and therefore the gradients towards learning them only appear after the lower-level ones are learned. Heuristics, in turn, can only attach to the things that are already present in the world-model (same for values). They're functions of abstractions in the world-model, and they fire in response to certain WM-variables assuming certain values. For example, if the world-model is nonexistent, the only available heuristics are rudimentary instincts along the lines of "if bright light, close eyes". Once higher-level features are learned (like "a cat"), heuristics can become functions of said features too ("do X if see a cat", and later, "do Y if expect the social group to assume state S within N time-steps"). The base objective the SGD is using to train the ML model is, likewise, a function of some feature/abstraction in the training data, like "the English name of the animal depicted in this image" or "the correct action to take in this situation to maximize the number of your descendants in the next generation". However, that feature is likely a fairly high-level one relative to the sense-data the ML model gets, one that wouldn't be loaded into the ML model's WM until it's been training for a while (the way "genes" are very, very conceptually far from Stone Age humans' understanding of reality). So, what's the logical path through the parameter-space from initialization to zero loss? Gradually improve the world-model step by step, then, once the abstraction the base objective cares about is represented in the world-model, put in heuristics that are functions of said abstraction, optimized for controlling that abstraction's value. But that wouldn't do for the SGD. That entire initial phase, where the world-model is learned, would be parsed as "zero improvement" by it. No, the SGD wants results, and fast. Every update must instantly improve performance! The SGD lives by messy hacks. If the world-model doesn't yet represent the target abstraction, the SGD will attach heuristics to upstream correlates/proxies of that abstraction. And it will spin up a boatload of such messy hacks on the way to zero loss. A natural side-effect of that is gradient starvation/friction. Once there's enough messy hacks, the SGD won't bother attaching heuristics to the target abstraction even after it's represented in the world-model — because if the extant messy hacks approximate the target abstraction well enough, there's very little performance-improvement to be gained by marginally improving the accuracy so. Especially since the new heuristics will have to be developed from scratch. The gradients just aren't there: better improve on what's already built. 2. How does that lead to inner misalignment? It seems plausible that general intelligence is binary. A system is either generally intelligent, or not; it either implements general-purpose search, or it doesn't; it's either an agent/optimizer, or not. There's no continuum here, the difference...

Earmark Accounting Podcast | Earn Free CPE
Why Is Tax Software Stuck In the Stone Age?

Earmark Accounting Podcast | Earn Free CPE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:00 Very Popular


Sign up to get free CPE for listening to this podcasthttps://earmarkcpe.comDownload the Earmark CPE App Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/earmark-cpe/id1562599728Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.earmarkcpe.appConnect with Peter WenLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterwen/Learn more about Tallyforhttp://tallyfor.comConnect with Blake Oliver, CPALinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/blaketoliverTwitter: https://twitter.com/blaketoliver/

The Stone Age Gamer Podcast
Ep.431 – SAG Episode 431: Stone Age Starter Kit - Neo-Geo Pocket Color

The Stone Age Gamer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 122:24


Show Notes Dan and Kris foolishly try to do a Starter Kit for the Neo-Geo Pocket Color. But since that takes all of 15 minutes, they spend a ton of time talking about the Rocket Knight series, Shovel Knight Dig, the Stadia shutdown, and other podcasts doing Starter Kits. Useful Links Support us on Patreon StoneAgeGamer.com Safe at Home Rescue SAG's theme Song “Squared Roots” by Banjo Guy Ollie Social Stuff Join us on Discord! Stone Age Gamer Youtube Twitch Geekade Facebook Stone Age Gamer Facebook Geekade Twitter Stone Age Gamer Twitter Geekade Instagram Stone Age Gamer Instagram YouTube Geekade Contact Us Break Music Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2 Let's Go to Pao Pao Island!

Jams and Tea
The Forgotten Legacy of Screaming Trees | SWEET OBLIVION Turns 30 [R.I.P. Mark Lanegan] | Record Club #109

Jams and Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 29:10


For this week's Record Club, we're doing a double Lanegan following last week's Queens of the Stone Age review and talking about the legendary grunge staple Screaming Trees, Lanegan's most influential band and arguably his principle project in the early years of his storied career, but also a band that remains woefully underrated in comparison to their contemporaries. Today we celebrate the 30th anniversary of their seminal grunge classic SWEET OBLIVION, and discuss what makes it such a rich, satisfying, and great album. Let us know what YOU think! Watch the video version of this episode and support the channel on YouTube.

Real Black Atheist & Pseudo Killas Library
SPACE AGE BLACK WOMAN (STONE AGE MEN)PSEUDO KILLAS #2

Real Black Atheist & Pseudo Killas Library

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 306:06


Podioslave Podcast
Ep 134: 20 Years of Queens of the Stone Age - ‘Songs For The Deaf'

Podioslave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 63:44


In Ep 134 we deep dive Queens of the Stone Age's ‘Songs For The Deaf'. Celebrating 20 years of this masterpiece, with its desert vibes, twists and turns, and legends contributing everywhere (Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan…the list goes on!) We open the episode with a conversation about a couple albums from The Wonder Years and The Dangerous Summer we've been spinning recently, and the return of ‘Band Name: Real or Fake? (Sports Edition!) We'd love for everyone to hear this episode! Support the Podioslave family by rating, subscribing, sharing, storying, tweeting, etc — you get the vibe. Peace, love, and Podioslave. Web: www.podioslave.com IG: @podioslave Twitter: @podioslave Youtube: Podioslave Podcast Email us: podioslavepodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podioslave-podcast1/support

Survive the Jive Podcast
The Rise and Fall of Archaeology with Stone Age Herbalist

Survive the Jive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 85:33


Stone age Herbalist is a dissident archaeologist, twitter personality and substack blogger. In this Jive Talk he describes the ancient origins of archaeology as a discipline, how it rose to a more rigorous practice in the modern era and then degenerated into modern woke archaeology. We discuss gay cavemen, transgender vikings, the migrations and invasions of Anglo-Saxons, Beaker folk, Yamnaya and others and finally end with a chat about anthropology in general. This podcast depends upon your support:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/survivethejive

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
Monkeys have reached the Stone Age, and Robot Dogs?

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 10:51


During today's Science news, Twitch updates with a recent story about Monkeys, and Amazon's nee Astro the Robot Dog!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Earliest amputation proof discovered in limestone caves of Kalimantan - Bukti amputasi jaman dulu ditemukan di gua batu kapur Kalimantan

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 5:09


A team of researchers from Australia and Indonesia have discovered the earliest known evidence of complex medicine among Stone Age societies. - Sebuah tim peneliti dari Australia dan Indonesia telah menemukan bukti paling awal yang diketahui tentang pengobatan yang kompleks di antara masyarakat Zaman Batu.

Creation Magazine LIVE Podcast
What about the Stone Age?

Creation Magazine LIVE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 24:07


Many historians describe primitive ‘Stone age' men living long before the first man, Adam, existed. This reinforces a time line that contradicts the Bible. Learn how the Bible's timeline provides the best framework for understanding the ‘stone age'.

Jams and Tea
SONGS FOR THE DEAF Turns 20: Reflecting on Queens of the Stone Age's Biggest and Boldest Album | Record Club #108

Jams and Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:51


For this week's Record Club, we are (belatedly) celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of the great rock records of the modern era, the booze-soaked and ferociously raucous Songs for the Deaf by Queens of the Stone Age, an album that has charted our development as rock record reviewers and enjoyers, and still stands the test of time. Let us know what this record means to you in the comments! Watch the video version of this episode and support the channel on YouTube.

National Day Calendar
September 26, 2022 - National Chicken Month | National Pancake Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 3:30


Welcome to September 26th, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate self awareness and a breakfast that's older than dirt. When singer songwriter Ellen Edwards began her music career she kicked up her heels with the best of them. Reaching new heights in 2020 she recorded a jazz album in the Big Apple with some of New York's finest. But even those who soar with eagles know, sometimes you find yourself grounded with too much responsibility. That's why Ellen wrote “Chicken Scratch.” Though her kids have all flown the coop this mother of three recently found life overwhelming and she turned to music for refuge. This time she found her flock in Nashville, TN. During National Chicken Month, you might be feeling like Ellen, with a thousand chickens on your back. Just don't forget that it's also Self-Care Awareness Month, and you can find your own patch of freedom far from the clucking crowds.   Listen here for Ellen's song Chicken Scratch. Today we celebrate a 30,000 year old breakfast food, the pancake. That's right, the Stone Age folks were eating pancakes. Though they are not exactly featured on the menu of any cave paintings, scientists did find pancakes in the stomach of Otzi the Iceman, who dates back 5,300 years! When Shakespeare wrote about pancakes, the tradition of Shrove Tuesday already existed. And apparently quality cakes mattered in Elizabethan England. In a quote from the play As You Like It, “...a certain knight that swore on his honor they were good pancakes…” turned out to be lying! We hope he didn't lose his head! Whether you call them hot cakes, crepes or johnnycakes, don't settle for anything ordinary. On National Pancake Day, I celebrate with a dash of vanilla in the batter!    I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Industrial Theory
How an Unexpected Partnership will Revolutionize Waterblasting in Industrial Cleaning

Industrial Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 33:55


In this episode of Industrial Theory, host Kerry Siggins is joined by Terry Gromes Jr., Product Strategy Manager at Terydon. Terydon is an Ohio-based waterblasting equipment and technology manufacturer that was recently acquired by StoneAge. Learn what this powerful joint venture means for the industrial cleaning industry, specifically for the continued innovation of accessories that optimize water delivery on the job. Kerry and Terry discuss the horizon for computerized, sensor-based cleaning equipment that can help mitigate human error and reduce water and fuel consumption. They also talk about the importance of collaborating with asset owners to plan the facility's cleaning solution and maintenance schedule concurrent with initial construction. Lastly, Terry details his excitement about the Terydon team joining StoneAge's employee ownership program.

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
124. Hearing Mars Meteoroid Impacts, 3D Printing Swarm Drones, 3D Printing Wooden Objects

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:13


Show Notes: InSight hears meteoroid impacts on Mars | EarthSky (01:15) Since 2018, NASA's InSight lander has been busy studying the interior of Mars detecting  over 1,300 marsquakes NASA announced on September 19, 2022, that, for the first time, InSight has heard the impacts of four meteoroids as they crashed into the Martian surface. Detected the vibrations from the impacts in 2020 and 2021. The impacts produced small marsquakes, up to a magnitude of 2.0.  This is the first time that InSight – or any Mars lander or rover – has ever detected the seismic waves from a meteoroid impact. The four impacts occurred between 53 and 180 miles from InSight's location in Elysium Planitia.  Elysium Planitia, a flat-smooth plain just north of the equator making it a great location to study the Martian interior.  NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took images of the impact sites from orbit.  Appeared as dark spots in the orbiter's black-and-white Context Camera.  The seismic waves generated by the impacts can give scientists clues about both the impacting rocks and the Martian subsurface. Additionally, scientists can use impact craters to determine the age of the surface. More craters = Older the surface is By using both InSight's data and orbital images of the impact craters, researchers can determine the meteoroid's trajectory and size of its shock wave (seismic wave).  7,000-year-old structure near Prague is older than Stonehenge, Egyptian pyramids | Live Science (05:27) Archaeologists digging near Prague have discovered the remains of a Stone Age structure that's older than Stonehenge and even the Egyptian pyramids: an enigmatic complex known as a roundel.  7,000 years ago during the late Neolithic, or New Stone Age Viewed from above, roundels consist of one or more wide, circular ditches with several gaps that functioned as entrances.  "Roundels are the oldest evidence of architecture in the whole of Europe," according to Jaroslav Řídký, a spokesperson for the Institute of Archaeology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IAP). Radio Prague International reported, the excavated roundel is large — about 180 feet (55 meters) in diameter, or about as long as the Leaning Tower of Pisa is tall Clear that this was part of the Stroked Pottery culture, which flourished between 4900 B.C. and 4400 B.C.  Located in the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic Many farming villages found near the intersection of contemporary Poland, eastern Germany and the northern Czech Republic  Carbon-dating organic remains from this roundel excavation could help the team pinpoint the date of the structure's construction and possibly link it with a Neolithic settlement discovered nearby. Watch this team of drones 3D-print a tower | MIT Technology Review (09:03) A mini-swarm's worth of drones have been trained to work together to 3D-print some simple towers. Could, one day, help with challenging projects such as post-disaster construction or even repairs on buildings that are too high to access safely. The process has multiple drones work together to build from a single blueprint, with one essentially checking the others' work as it goes. Inspired by the way bees or wasps construct large nests To demonstrate the drones' capabilities, the researchers got them to use foam and a special lightweight form of cement to build structures with heights ranging from 0.18 meters to 2.05 meters.  The technique is limited for now because drones struggle to carry heavy loads, need regular charging, and still require human supervision. The researchers are hoping to alleviate some of these issues by automating the charging of drones during projects World's largest geothermal lagoon planned for Canada | New Atlas (14:12) A project, called geoLagon, is underway in Canada for a magnificent new open air lagoon in Canada that will be kept at balmy temperatures year round through a “huge Thermos” heating system underneath.  Designed to be the largest of its type in the world Modeled on the famous geothermal lagoons of Iceland, the geoLagon is designed as an open-air attraction for visitors to relax and soak up the surroundings. To be built in Charlevoix, Quebec,  span some 12,000 square meters (130,000 sq ft)  warmed to a pleasant 39 °C (102 °F) all year It will be heated through an energy ecosystem consisting of geothermal, biomass, photovoltaics and solar heating systems, along with a thermal reservoir beneath the lagoon's base to store heat. Clusters of chalets will surround the lagoon once the project is completed, capturing solar energy with photovoltaic cladding to help run the heat pumps for the water. CEO Louis Massicotte says that further optimizations and technologies like sewer heat recovery could see the geoLagon village even become an energy provider, but is positive that the project will at the very least be able to sustain itself without drawing power from the grid. The project is planned in three stages, beginning with the construction of 150 solar-powered cottages, followed by the lagoon as the second stage and then the remaining 150 chalets thereafter. Expected to get underway in March and should take around 18 months. Israeli researchers managed to produce 3D printer ink to make wooden objects | Interesting Engineering (18:29) This Wood Ink is made from a mixture of wood flour and plant extracts. Doron Kam, a Ph.D. student working on the project, and colleagues developed this technology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The technology converts organic "wood derivatives" into a paste that is then used as ink by a 3D printer.  The scientists have so far used 3D printing to construct saddle, dome, and helix-shaped models out of their wood-infused ink. They think it might be used to make more sophisticated self-assembling products like furniture. What is the plan for this material, according to Doron Kam: “We are trying to make a material that won't last forever, that's what plastic is for. We are not looking for that … Three or four years of use, and then you can grind it down and print it again. This is sustainability in our product, this is our principle.” 

In Our Time
Cave Art (Summer Repeat)

In Our Time

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 48:02 Very Popular


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss ideas about the Stone Age people who created the extraordinary images found in caves around the world, from hand outlines to abstract symbols to the multicoloured paintings of prey animals at Chauvet and, as shown above, at Lascaux. In the 19th Century, it was assumed that only humans could have made these, as Neanderthals would have lacked the skills or imagination, but new tests suggest otherwise. How were the images created, were they meant to be for private viewing or public spaces, and what might their purposes have been? And, if Neanderthals were capable of creative work, in what ways were they different from humans? What might it have been like to experience the paintings, so far from natural light? With Alistair Pike Professor of Archaeological Sciences at the University of Southampton Chantal Conneller Senior Lecturer in Early Pre-History at Newcastle University And Paul Pettitt Professor of Palaeolithic Archaeology at Durham University Producer: Simon Tillotson

The Mind's Eye show
Elton John at 75

The Mind's Eye show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 35:56


A celebration of beloved rock star, Sir Elton Hercules John, one of few artists continuing to gather more adulation and make great music with age. Retelling stories from her book Elton at 75, music journalist Gillian G. Gaar examines pre-fame hits under his real name Reginald "Reggie" Dwight, little known epic performances like the Shoreditch College concert, collaborations with not only Bernie Taupin, but everyone from Queens of the Stone Age to Engelbert Humperdinck, and much more. 

Melody and Friends
The Redemption of The Shack with Author Paul Young

Melody and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 87:31


On this episode of Melody and Friends, Melody sits down with Best Selling author Paul Young to talk about his story of growing up in West Papua, New Guinea, his divorce and reconciliation with his wife, and how he was able to experience rebirth after decades of abuse and trauma.  Paul shares his story of abuse that he suffered while living in West Papua, New Guinea, experiencing sexual abuse at the age of 5. Between this and having an abusive father, Paul discusses how God is able to show us love and grace in these moments where all hope seems lost. He also explains that God NEVER violates human agency to accomplish His purpose and shows what that looks like from his perspective as an abuse victim. Paul then explains his journey of “starting over”, meeting his wife and then having an affair, and finally how he began breaking down the walls he had built up over decades of his life, and how he backed away from the abyss of taking his own life. In the end he says that it wasn't justified, but it was worth it. Who is Paul Young? William Paul Young was born in Canada and raised among a Stone Age tribe by his missionary parents in the highlands of former New Guinea. He suffered great loss as a child and young adult and now enjoys the “wastefulness of grace” with his family in the Pacific Northwest. He is the author of Lies We Believe About God and the New York Times bestsellers The Shack, Cross Roads, and Eve. Things We Talk About In This Episode: What is the power of a word like ambivalence and why is that so important for us to understand? How do you begin breaking down walls built up from abuse? How is lying often used more as a survival tool than one meant to deceive?  Where can we turn when it feels like the world is collapsing on us and we feel separated from God? Thank you so much for listening to this episode of Melody and Friends! If you haven't already please take the time to leave us a rating and review on our iTunes page as it helps us get more great episodes like this to you!

Podcasts – The Super Network
The Tubi Tuesdays Podcast Episode 79 – Stone Age Sirens (2004)

Podcasts – The Super Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 52:59


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Comrades, Cocktails, & Comics!
#41: The Flintstones Vol. 2

Comrades, Cocktails, & Comics!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 77:24


We're back in Bedrock and we're ready rock the Stone Age with some more hat hitting commentary on our political and daily lives. On our first (maybe second) revisit of a previous comic has us talking about all the topics including politics, religion and art with Mark Russel's second installment of The Flintstones. You might even see the first time Snoop outdrinks his faithful cohost Higgins. We hope you yabba dabba do enjoy this episode!This episode was made possible with the support of 0-0-8 Studios- Drink of the Night- Book of the Month- Next Time…Make sure to rate this show if you want. Go ahead. We don't mind.

The Roundtable
A comprehensive history of surgery by Ira Rutkow

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 12:15


Renowned surgeon and historian Ira Rutkow has five decades of experience and has now written a remarkable history of surgery's development—spanning the Stone Age to the present day—blending meticulous medical studies with lively and skillful storytelling. The new book is: "Empire of the Scalpel."

Classic Ghost Stories
Pallinghurst Barrow by Grant Allen

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 70:26 Very Popular


Pallinghurst Barrow by Grant AllenA horror story about spirits who linger in old places in the English countryisde. Published 1892. Suggested by Susan Tudor-Coulson If You Appreciate The Work I've Put In Here - You could buy me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker or join as a Patron for exclusive content here: https://www.patreon.com/barcudGrant AllenCharles Grant Blairfindie Allen was born in 1848 on Wolfe Island in Ontario in Ca nada and died in Haselmere in Surrey aged 51. His father was from Dublin and he was a protestant minister. He was educated at home and then when he was 13, his family moved to the USA, then to France then to Britain. He was educated at King Edward's School in Birmingham (where Tolkien later went amongst other famous alumni) and then at Merton College in Oxford. He went to teach in Brighton and in Jamaica. He returned to Britain from Jamaica and began to write professionally. He was most famous for his scientific essays. But he also wrote science fiction. He was an atheist and socialist. He was married twice. He died of liver cancer in 1899. He was a friend and neighbour of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.Chanctonbury Ring, Old Weird AlbionThe Old Weird Albion | Justin Hopper || Landscape, Memory & MythI mention how much I enjoy the work of Justin Hopper.  Chanctonbury Rings – a spoke word and music album made with folk artist Sharron Kraus and Ghost Box Records co-founder The Belbury Poly (Ghost Box). Long Barrows were the product of a late Stone Age civilisation with additions from Bronze Age folk. They are particularly to be found in Wessex and the south and west of England. But of course megalithic structures of similar types can be found all over Atlantic Europe. Nobody would suggest that the so-called Picts created them.Theosophists & Madam BlavatskyThe Theosophical Society was created mainly by Madame Helena Blavatsky who had a background in Spiritualism. This was a time of religious change with a huge upsurge in Spiritualism. The first lodge was in Scotland. There were influences from western Occultism, but also Hinduism and Buddhism and they talked about the ascended masters. These ascended masters included Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Jesus but also the Buddha, Confucious and Lao Tzu but also Mesmer, Bohme and Cagliostro.  Theosophy has evolved into the New Age.Mrs Bruce (the esoteric Buddhist) seems to be one of these.GhostsThe story reports that we only see the ghosts from periods within our knowledge.  But of course this is not true. Many ghosts are not really identifiable at all. Flint and ironThis is an old piece of folkloreCannabis IndicaIndeed. No wonder he saw visions.Fiddlers Green, Clint MarshFiddler's Green Peculiar Parish MagazineI love this 'zine. As the Clint Marsh says, *Fiddler's Green Peculiar Parish Magazine was born of a languid afternoon of conversation on a sunny tavern lawn. Taking its name from the pleasant afterlife dreamed into being by sailors, cavalrymen, and other adventurous spirits, Fiddler's Green gathers friends, good cheer, and a bit of magic to create a better world not someday, but now.*Tarantino's from Dawn til DuskThat genre shift from tense hostage movie to vampire killl-fest.  I see something similar going on here.  Support the show