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Tech&Co
L'intégrale de Tech & Co du mercredi 30 novembre

Tech&Co

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 85:05


Mercredi 30 novembre, François Sorel a reçu Robert Marino, président de Qubit Pharmaceuticals, Karima Ben Abdelmalek, présidente de Happn, Thomas Côte, fondateur et directeur général de Wever, Muriel Colagrande, fondatrice et présidente d'OVAOM, Vincent Chollet, président de Bonjour Henry, Sabrina Quagliozzi, correspondante BFM Business à New York, Olivia Hayot, responsable du programme Amazon Future Engineer en France, Thomas Bourguet, directeur général adjoint de Tralalere, Chekib Gharbi, directeur général du CITC, Margot Correard, cofondatrice de DiagRAMS Technologies, et Romain Dhenin, cofondateur de Bioteos, dans l'émission Tech & Co sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Ligne de MIR
Ligne de MIR n°104 - Le Pr Antoine Guillon nous parle de la prise en charge de la personne âgée en réanimation.

Ligne de MIR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 9:24


Le Pr Antoine Guillon, qui est PUPH au service de Médecine Intensive Réanimation du CHU de Tours, nous parle de la prise en charge de la personne âgée en réanimation. Aucun conflit d'intérêt n'est déclaré. Sommaire Que représente actuellement en termes de population les personnes âgées en réanimation ? Existe-il une ou des stratégies de sélection en vue d'une admission des patients âgés en réanimation ? Quelles sont les spécificités de la prise en charge des personnes âgées en réanimation ? Quel est le devenir des patients âgés après leur hospitalisation en réanimation ? Bibliographie Nielsson MS, Christiansen CF, Johansen MB, Rasmussen BS, Tønnesen E, Nørgaard M. Mortality in elderly ICU patients: a cohort study. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2014 Jan;58(1):19-26. doi: 10.1111/aas.12211. Epub 2013 Oct 13. PMID: 24117049. Guidet B, Leblanc G, Simon T, Woimant M, Quenot JP, Ganansia O, Maignan M, Yordanov Y, Delerme S, Doumenc B, Fartoukh M, Charestan P, Trognon P, Galichon B, Javaud N, Patzak A, Garrouste-Orgeas M, Thomas C, Azerad S, Pateron D, Boumendil A; ICE-CUB 2 Study Network. Effect of Systematic Intensive Care Unit Triage on Long-term Mortality Among Critically Ill Elderly Patients in France: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2017 Oct 17;318(15):1450-1459. doi: 10.1001/jama.2017.13889. PMID: 28973065; PMCID: PMC5710364. Guillon A, Hermetet C, Barker KA, Jouan Y, Gaborit C, Ehrmann S, Le Manach Y, Dequin PF, Grammatico-Guillon L. Long-term survival of elderly patients after intensive care unit admission for acute respiratory infection: a population-based, propensity score-matched cohort study. Crit Care. 2020 Jun 29;24(1):384. doi: 10.1186/s13054-020-03100-4. PMID: 32600392; PMCID: PMC7325055.

The Good Word
Saturday of the Thirty-third Week in Ordinary Time, Royce Thomas, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 4:13


Alzheimer's Disease (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Alzheimer's Disease (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Brain Channel (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Brain Channel (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Science (Video)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Science (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Health and Medicine (Video)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Health and Medicine (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Brain Channel (Video)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Brain Channel (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Health and Medicine (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Health and Medicine (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

Science (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

Science (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

UC San Diego (Audio)
Modeling Neurological Conditions Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: ApoE and APP in Alzheimer's Disease with Thomas C. Südhof - Sanford Stem Cell Symposium 2022

UC San Diego (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:53


Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., Stanford University, discusses facets of the fundamental cell biology of ApoE and APP analyzed in stem cell-derived human neurons. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 38405]

The Good Word
Memorial of Saints John de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, Priests, and Companions, Martyrs, Royce Thomas, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 4:23


The Good Word
Monday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time, Royce Thomas, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:32


Q4Q: Queer Personal Ads Podcast

Lace up your boots or slip on your platform heels, because it's Q4Q's 25th episode! To mark the occasion, Haley invited their good friend and femme fatale, Caillean, to gasp their way through personal ads written by butch and femme lesbians. Whether you're into lace or leather, chapstick or lip gloss, pants or skirts–some other nonsensical binary, you'll enjoy these ads. Listen to us on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcast, or wherever you listen to your tunes!Interested in being on the show? Contact us at Q4QPodcast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @Queerpersonals and Instagram @Queerpersonalspodcast.Music strummed by Omar Nassar. Cover art by Bekah Rich. Sources:Nestle, Joan (1992). The Persistent Desire: A Femme–Butch Reader. Alyson Publications.Caramagno, Thomas C. (2002). Irreconcilable Differences? Intellectual Stalemate in the Gay Rights Debate. ABC-CLIO. pp. 137–8. ISBN 978-0275977214.Walker, Ja'nina (March 2012). "Butch Bottom–Femme Top? An Exploration of Lesbian Stereotypes". Journal of Lesbian Studies. 16 (1): 90–107. doi:10.1080/10894160.2011.557646. PMID 22239455. S2CID 205753452Archives of Lesbian Oral Testimony, https://alotarchives.org/collection/bridging-gapButch Fashion Club FB pageStone Butch BluesThe Persistant Desire@onourbax__stax InstagramAds:Outweek (NYC) Sept 19, 1990.FaT GiRL 1 — October, 1994. Fat Lib Archive. FaT GiRL 7 — May, 1997. Fat Lib Archive.Focus Point (Minneapolis, Minnesota), 1997-10-08.  Minnesota Digital Library.On Our Backs, Summer 1987 via onourbax__staxPhiladelphia Gay News, April 30, 1982. JStor, Reveal Digital.Southern voice, December 7, 1989. Digital Library of Georgia.Southern voice, January 17, 1991. Digital Library of Georgia.The San Francisco Bay times., Sep 1989. Berkeley Library, UCLAWe the people, Jun 1989.We the people, Nov 1989.Lesbian Tide, July/August 1979. JStor, Reveal Digital.Support the show

Les Sales des Nouvelles  | CJMD 96,9 FM LÉVIS | L'ALTERNATIVE RADIOPHONIQUE
LSDN - 20220809 - Chloé Grondin, Nicolas et Thomas Côté

Les Sales des Nouvelles | CJMD 96,9 FM LÉVIS | L'ALTERNATIVE RADIOPHONIQUE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 22:02


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Distance Traveled
Thomas C. Graham | Defying The Time Line | Distance Traveled

Distance Traveled

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 66:50


Student doctor Thomas C Graham, aka TC, is one of a few, especially in medicine. He was born in Texas, lived in Germany, and finally moved to a small town in southern Arkansas. After finishing his high school and undergraduate education in Magnolia, TC started his job as a geometry teacher and a coach in a nearby small town. Now, somewhere along the line, his plans changed and his goals evolved, which led TC on a journey, one of going back to school and on the way to becoming a physician. This is a beautiful example of how in retrospect things might seem all planned but it rarely is the case. Also, there is no time limit on dreams and goals.

Double A Cold Cases
Thomas C Wales

Double A Cold Cases

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 22:37


This is the unsolved murder of Thomas C Wales. Please if you have any questions or comments please email us at doubleacoldcases@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Profiles In Eccentricity
The Flying Hobos: James H. Banning and Thomas C. Allen

Profiles In Eccentricity

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 89:07


This week Johnboy tells the lads about the black aviators who crossed the country during the depression in a collapsing aircraft and used the good will of the segregated black and white communities to make sure their journey was a success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Zytlupe
«Das ist nur ein Test» mit Thomas C. Breuer

Zytlupe

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 6:35


Die Welt ist ein Versuchsballon. Und im Korb stehen Menschen wie Affen und schauen sich verwundert an. Unter ihnen Schlachtfelder und andere Landschaften der Dummheit. Wie hoch muss der Ballon steigen, dass wir all das nicht mehr sehen aber trotzdem noch atmen können? Thomas C. Breuer macht den Test.   Wer die Sendung live am Radio hören will – sie läuft am: Samstag, 19.02.2022, 13.00 Uhr, Radio SRF 1 Sonntag, 20.02.2022, 23.00 Uhr, Radio SRF 1 (Wiederholung)

The Sports Junkies
Junkies TV Talk, Wizards fighting and blown out, Mooney gets Bruce Shingler off

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 44:05


2/8 Hour 1   4:00 Junkies TV Talk 19:00 Wizards blown out by Heat and coaches fighting with fans 35:15 Thomas C. Mooney gets Bruce Shingler off prostitution chargers

On The Spot With Dr. Michael Walker
Ancient African Christianity Pt.3

On The Spot With Dr. Michael Walker

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 45:08


In this podcast Dr. Walker discussed the roots of North African civilization, ways Africans shaped Christian thinking, and martyrdom. Why were Christians killed by the Romans?   References Clarke, John Henrik. (1993). African People in World History.                             Black Classic Press.  Eastman, David L. (2021). Early North African Christianity: Turning                        in the Development of the Church. BakerAcademic. Oden, Thomas C. (2007). How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind:                     Rediscovering the African Seedbed of Western Christianity. IVP.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
Eugenics in Wisconsin Ep. 197

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 83:07


https://youtu.be/p9ycCASQohU In this episode, I uncover Wisconsin's leading role in the eugenics movement by exploring the "Wisconsin Home for the Feebleminded," a correctional institution that I rode by on the school bus every day growing up. Episode 197 of the Liberty Weekly Podcast is Brought to you by: Join Liberty Weekly and tons of your favorite creators on Rokfin for one low subscription fee! Liberty Weekly Subscribestar Rakuten Cash Back Referral Link Liberty Weekly Substack The Liberty Weekly Patreon Page: help support the show and gain access to tons of bonus content! Become a patron today! Liberty Weekly on Flote. Patreon Bonuses for Crypto! Show Notes: Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled Historical Marker (hmdb.org) WPT University Place: Eugenics in Wisconsin - YouTube Southern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled - Asylum Projects Wisconsin Eugenics (uvm.edu) Northern Center for the Developmentally Disabled, Chippewa, Wisconsin,  Clark County, Wisconsin History & Genealogy (wiclarkcountyhistory.org) Wisconsin magazine of history: Volume 97, number 1, autumn 2013 - Wisconsin Magazine of History Archives - Wisconsin Historical Society Online Collections (wisconsinhistory.org) Wisconsin magazine of history: Volume 97, number 1, autumn 2013 - Wisconsin Magazine of History Archives - Wisconsin Historical Society Online Collections (wisconsinhistory.org) How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World : The Corbett Report Who Is Bill Gates? : The Corbett Report Illiberal Reformers: Race, Eugenics, and American Economics in the Progressive Era: Leonard, Thomas C.: 9780691175867: Amazon.com: Books

Liberty Weekly - Libertarian, Ancap, & Voluntaryist Legal Theory from a Rothbardian Perspective

In this episode, I uncover Wisconsin's leading role in the eugenics movement by exploring the "Wisconsin Home for the Feebleminded," a correctional institution that I rode by on the school bus every day growing up. Episode 197 of the Liberty Weekly Podcast is Brought to you by: Join Liberty Weekly and tons of your favorite creators on Rokfin for one low subscription fee! Liberty Weekly Subscribestar Rakuten Cash Back Referral Link Liberty Weekly Substack The Liberty Weekly Patreon Page: help support the show and gain access to tons of bonus content! Become a patron today! Liberty Weekly on Flote. Patreon Bonuses for Crypto! Show Notes: Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled Historical Marker (hmdb.org) WPT University Place: Eugenics in Wisconsin - YouTube Southern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled - Asylum Projects Wisconsin Eugenics (uvm.edu) Northern Center for the Developmentally Disabled, Chippewa, Wisconsin,  Clark County, Wisconsin History & Genealogy (wiclarkcountyhistory.org) Wisconsin magazine of history: Volume 97, number 1, autumn 2013 - Wisconsin Magazine of History Archives - Wisconsin Historical Society Online Collections (wisconsinhistory.org) Wisconsin magazine of history: Volume 97, number 1, autumn 2013 - Wisconsin Magazine of History Archives - Wisconsin Historical Society Online Collections (wisconsinhistory.org) How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World : The Corbett Report Who Is Bill Gates? : The Corbett Report Illiberal Reformers: Race, Eugenics, and American Economics in the Progressive Era: Leonard, Thomas C.: 9780691175867: Amazon.com: Books

FedSoc Events
Religious Liberty after Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 81:58


The 2021 National Lawyers Convention took place November 11-13, 2021 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "Public and Private Power: Preserving Freedom or Preventing Harm?". This panel discussed "Religious Liberty after Fulton v. City of Philadelphia."Fulton v. City of Philadelphia was a victory for religious liberty, but it is unclear how broad its implications will be for other cases and what the opinions in Fulton portend for the future of Employment Division v. Smith. The Court’s majority opinion relied on provisions of Philadelphia’s foster care agency contracting process, but the majority also potentially reworked Smith’s understanding of when government regulation is "generally applicable." Meanwhile, several justices indicated a willingness to revisit Smith altogether, though what a post-Smith free exercise jurisprudence would look like remains unclear. This panel will explore these and other questions raised by Fulton and the future of religious free exercise.Featuring:Prof. Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law, Yale Law SchoolProf. Thomas C. Berg, James L. Oberstar Professor of Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas School of LawProf. William Marshall, William Rand Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law, University of North Carolina School of LawMs. Lori Windham, Senior Counsel, The Becket Fund for Religious LibertyModerator: Hon. Lawrence VanDyke, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

The Nonlinear Library: LessWrong Top Posts
Thomas C. Schelling's "Strategy of Conflict" by cousin_it

The Nonlinear Library: LessWrong Top Posts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 4:06


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: Thomas C. Schelling's "Strategy of Conflict" , published by cousin_it on the AI Alignment Forum. It's an old book, I know, and one that many of us have already read. But if you haven't, you should. If there's anything in the world that deserves to be called a martial art of rationality, this book is the closest approximation yet. Forget rationalist Judo: this is rationalist eye-gouging, rationalist gang warfare, rationalist nuclear deterrence. Techniques that let you win, but you don't want to look in the mirror afterward. Imagine you and I have been separately parachuted into an unknown mountainous area. We both have maps and radios, and we know our own positions, but don't know each other's positions. The task is to rendezvous. Normally we'd coordinate by radio and pick a suitable meeting point, but this time you got lucky. So lucky in fact that I want to strangle you: upon landing you discovered that your radio is broken. It can transmit but not receive. Two days of rock-climbing and stream-crossing later, tired and dirty, I arrive at the hill where you've been sitting all this time smugly enjoying your lack of information. And after we split the prize and cash our checks I learn that you broke the radio on purpose. Schelling's book walks you through numerous conflict situations where an unintuitive and often self-limiting move helps you win, slowly building up to the topic of nuclear deterrence between the US and the Soviets. And it's not idle speculation either: the author worked at the White House at the dawn of the Cold War and his theories eventually found wide military application in deterrence and arms control. Here's a selection of quotes to give you a flavor: the whole book is like this, except interspersed with game theory math. The use of a professional collecting agency by a business firm for the collection of debts is a means of achieving unilateral rather than bilateral communication with its debtors and of being therefore unavailable to hear pleas or threats from the debtors. A sufficiently severe and certain penalty on the payment of blackmail can protect a potential victim. One may have to pay the bribed voter if the election is won, not on how he voted. I can block your car in the road by placing my car in your way; my deterrent threat is passive, the decision to collide is up to you. If you, however, find me in your way and threaten to collide unless I move, you enjoy no such advantage: the decision to collide is still yours, and I enjoy deterrence. You have to arrange to have to collide unless I move, and that is a degree more complicated. We have learned that the threat of massive destruction may deter an enemy only if there is a corresponding implicit promise of nondestruction in the event he complies, so that we must consider whether too great a capacity to strike him by surprise may induce him to strike first to avoid being disarmed by a first strike from us. Leo Szilard has even pointed to the paradox that one might wish to confer immunity on foreign spies rather than subject them to prosecution, since they may be the only means by which the enemy can obtain persuasive evidence of the important truth that we are making no preparations for embarking on a surprise attack. I sometimes think of game theory as being roughly divided in three parts, like Gaul. There's competitive zero-sum game theory, there's cooperative game theory, and there are games where players compete but also have some shared interest. Except this third part isn't a middle ground. It's actually better thought of as ultra-competitive game theory. Zero-sum settings are relatively harmless: you minimax and that's it. It's the variable-sum games that make you nuke your neighbour. Sometime ago in my wild and reckless youth that hopefully isn't over yet, a certain ex-girlfriend...

AXOPEN
Spécial Noël 2021 : rétrospective tech, fails & idées cadeaux

AXOPEN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 39:37


Bienvenue dans le 41ème épisode du podcast AXOPEN :) Oh oh oh ! C'est l'heure de notre traditionnel épisode de Noël ! Au programme sous le sapin : rétrospective tech de l'année, fails mémorables et idées cadeaux. Pour vous servir, les lutins du dév : Arthur, Antoine, Alexandre J., Jonathan, Thomas C. et bien entendu Philippe ! 00:00 : Introduction 01:12 : Début de la rétrospective tech avec JavaScript et ses frameworks 03:05 : On continue avec Java 09:15 : C'est au tour de PHP : quoi de neuf ? 12:23 : Les nouveautés côté Microsoft : .NET 6 & Visual Studio 2022 14:03 : Côté cloud : Azure vs AWS : on en est où ? 17:51 : Le point Flutter 19:28 : Adieu Internet Explorer ! 23:05 : Instagram, Facebook, OVH : retour sur les pannes de l'année 28:48 : Concours de fails 32:55 : Idées cadeaux ! Merci à tous de nous avoir suivi cette année et bonnes fêtes :) ____ Basée à Lyon depuis 2007, AXOPEN est une entreprise spécialisée dans l'expertise et le développement de projets informatiques sur mesure, constituée de plus de 40 passionné(e)s, experts en nouvelles technologies et en développement. Ce podcast est l'occasion pour notre équipe de technophiles d'échanger sans langue de bois sur les sujets IT qui nous tiennent à cœur, et de vous partager nos expériences ! En espérant que ça vous plaira, vous pouvez nous contacter pour poursuivre les échanges sur notre site AXOPEN : www.axopen.com/contact/ :) ____ Crédits : Maxime Ledan (technicien son)

Ducks Unlimited Podcast
Ep. 45 – History Series: Thomas C. Main, DU's Early Years

Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 28:13


For the fourth installment of the History series, Dan Thiel returns to discuss with host, Katie Burke, the impact of Thomas C. Main on the newly founded Ducks Unlimited. Main was DU's first General Manager in Canada and had a significant impact on the early conservation work done in the organization. Dan and Katie walk through those early years of Main's career telling the story that informed much of the work DU does today. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast

Revelations Radio Network

Canary Cry News Talk #415 - 11.24.2021 CUNNING DESIGNS: Propaganda Machines, Iron Mix with Clay, Digi Space - CCNT 415 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel Podcast (Basil's other podcast) Facelikethesun Resurrection (Gonz' new YouTube channel) Truther Dating experiment   INTRO News Talk: Cardano plummets as Etoro delists (Yahoo finance) Meanwhile: Cardano lists of Bitstamp (Bitstamp) Analysis: Etoro about tenth of volume as Bitstamp Cyber-social warfare: Charles Hoskinson uses Mad Max reference for what's coming Crypto.com ad features 3D art of Atlas reimagined FLIPPY 0:12:45 David and Moses build bio-robotic arm operated by brain signal (Ghana Web)   GREAT RESET 0:23:00 Poll: America prefers Joe Rogan over Dr. Fauci for Thanksgiving (Daily Caller)   COVID19/I AM WACCINE 0:32:32 Scientists mystified, Africa avoids covid disaster (AP)   BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons 0:52:57   JAN 6 1:23:57 Select subcommittee subpoenas individuals, include Roger Stone, Alex Jones (House.Gov) →Alex Jones says Jan 6 Committee is “worse” than McCarthyism (Newsweek)   BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups 1:40:37 SPACE 2:04:27 NASA says ready to defend earth against asteroids (Bloomberg) ADDITIONAL STORIES: World's first, robot assisted peripheral artery intervention of iliac artery in human (Yahoo) Pianist learn to play robotic third thumb in just one hour (Tech Xplore) Inconvenient truth about antidepressants (Telegraph) Astroworld victims were all in similar location (Wapo [Video]) Thomas Jefferson statue removed from Town Hall after 187 years (NY Post) No robot is an island (Control Design) PRODUCER'S ep415: Executive Producer None   Ass. Executive Producer None 2022 calendar producers 20.22 monthly Steven S Pamler B Thomas C Liz D Producers Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Brian D, Amanda P, Jackie U, Morv, Sir Sigrah the Beast, Heatherus, Gail M, JC, Veronica D, Ciara, The Green Mountaineer, 57 Chevy Girl, Sir casey the Shield Knight, Runksmash, Drwhodundat   Patreon Richard E Jezreel   TIMESTAMPS: Christine C JINGLES: Matt D Chester W   ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N - Advent of Logos   MICROFICTION Back in a bunker a man responds to an operative, as he does Monty 18, leaps into his lap, holding him down. “Father, 31 is in the No-No room. Nip me please!?” Basil thanks her and gives her a nibble of catnip as he runs to the hooch and drugs wing.

EduFunk
Live vom DED 2021 in Köln - digitaler Unterricht nach 2020

EduFunk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 43:51


Wir sind live auf dem Digital Education Day in Köln in einem hallenden Klassenzimmer mit vier spannenden Gästen. Annie Dörfle, Co- Founder von Scobees, Thomas C. Ferber, der Mitinitiator von Perlenwerk, Nicola Küppers, Bildung-Neudenkerin und mit ihrer Schule Schulpreisgewinnerin 2021 und René Norwich, Rektor an der Richtsberg Gesamtschule. Wir sprechen mit unseren Gästen über die vergangenen Monate und wie das Jahr 2020 den digitalen Unterricht an ihrer Schule voranbrachte. Ein spannenden Gespräch mit vielen neuen Impulsen und jeder Menge Spaß, hier im EduFunk. Links, die wir ansprechen: Scobees: https://scobees.com Perlenwerk: https://www.richtsbergschule.de/2021/01/01/perlenwerk/ Deutscher Schulpreis 2021: https://www.deutscher-schulpreis.de/preistraeger/grundschule-am-dichterviertel Buchtipp "Ungehorsam im Schuldienst: https://www.buecher.de/shop/bildungspolitik-und-reform/ungehorsam-im-schuldienst/wenders-barbarastaehling-reinhard/products_products/detail/prod_id/32556054/ Unsere Social Media Seite: Twitter: https://twitter.com/edufunkDACH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EduFunkDACH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edufunkpodcast/ Webseite: https://www.edufunk.eu EduFunk - der Podcast für die Verrückten, die Mutigen, die etwas anderen Lehrer. Ein deutschsprachiger Podcast rund um Schule, Lehrer, digitaler Unterricht, digitale Medien, Methoden, iPads und Apps. Das Ziel von EduFunk: LehrerInnen zu inspirieren und ihnen den Mut zu geben mit Neugier die Möglichkeiten digitaler Medien im Unterricht zu entdecken. Es moderieren Anna Weghuber und Sebastian Funk. In diesem Podcast werden Produkte besprochen, daher enthält er Werbung.

BigBooks par Audrey Vernon
L'Invention de la civilisation occidentale - Thomas C. Patterson

BigBooks par Audrey Vernon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 11:42


"Tu vas faire partie des 16% de la population qui a colonisé le monde, qui lui a proposé son way of life. Eh ouais, c'est nous qu'on a gagné." (Extrait de Billion Dollar Baby) Dans cet épisode, un extrait du livre de Patterson qui explique comment a été mis dans la tête des populations occidentales qu'elles représentaient le but du progrès humain... Comment a été inculquée cette idée que nous sommes les plus raffinés, intelligents etc. et son corollaire : les autres sont des cons, arriérés, qui puent... (surtout les peuples autochtones qui devraient se réjouir de sortir de la pauvreté dans leur forêt sans monnaie pour rejoindre les bidonvilles des mégalopoles civilisées). https://www.editionslibre.org/produit/l-invention-de-la-civilisation-occidentale-thomas-c-patterson/ Merci d'écouter le podcast BigBooks, n'hésitez pas à le partager, à rédiger un commentaire, à mettre des étoiles ou à vous abonner. Retrouvons-nous sur Facebook, Instagram, Twitter ou Youtube. Texte et Voix : Audrey Vernon Réalisation : Virgile Lorach / Chlorine Free Production : Jean-Patrick Labouyrie / Podmust

What's Next|科技早知道
S5E29|重金押注抗衰老公司,硅谷真的可以做出长生不老药吗?

What's Next|科技早知道

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 53:42


2021 年 9 月 4 日,《麻省理工科技评论》发布报道,称亚马逊创始人 Jeff Bezos 和硅谷著名投资人 Yuri Milner 在近期投资了专注于抗衰方向的生物科技公司 Altos Labs,一家今年四月才成立的抗衰老公司,科学家团队包括 2012 年诺贝尔生理学或医学奖的获得者山中伸弥;截至今年六月,该公司已经吸引了至少 2.7 亿美元的投资。这并非硅谷富豪们第一次入局抗衰领域。 2018 年, Jeff Bezos 和 PayPal 联合创始人 Peter Thiel 共同投资抗衰领域独角兽 Unity Biotechnology;而更早之前,还有谷歌创始人 Larry Page 宣布 10 亿美元投资生物科技公司 Calico,目前 Calico 已经被整合至谷歌母公司 Alphabet Inc。我们似乎可以清晰地看见,在颠覆互联网、物流制造、航空航天等领域之后,硅谷大佬们的下一个目标,正是通过生物工程技术突破人类目前的寿命上限,将长生不老的选择权紧紧握在手里。 本期节目,我们邀请到了同样在抗衰领域被视为明星公司的硅谷新贵 Gordian 的首席科学家 Martin Borch Jensen。他和主播 Diane 一起探讨了硅谷的投资者们都是出于什么原因投资 Altos Labs 等生物科技公司,值得关注技术路径有哪些,投资人应该如何看待生物科技领域的超长投资周期和技术挑战,头部公司可以通过什么途径实现商业回报。 #加入我们# 声动活泼正在招聘「内容研究员」、「业务拓展和合作管理总监/经理」、「声音设计师」、「播客制作实习生」、「内容营销负责人」及「节目制作人」,查看详细讯息请在公号「声动活泼」回复暗号:入场券 。简历接收邮箱

Malcolm Cox
91: "How to be a helpful teacher like Apollos" | Newsletter Episode 91

Malcolm Cox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 10:36


Isn't it fun being helpful? I had an unexpected last-minute request from my friends in Dublin to join their leadership team meeting on Friday night. I was more than happy to interrupt my work on the script of a new podcast  called, probably, "Malcolm's Masters Theocast". I had a delightful 20 minutes or so hanging out on zoom with my Irish brethren. I think, and hope, I was helpful. And it was a joy. I am very excited about something some friends and I are putting on in November. I find myself inspired by the example of Apollos. Someone who knew the Bible well, and whose heart was to be helpful. Isn't that what all people who enjoy teaching the Bible once? “When he [Apollos] arrived, he was a great help to those who by grace had believed.” (Acts 18:27 NIV11) Do you have an interest in teaching God's word? Would you like to be more helpful to your congregation and those seeking God? If so, this November's teachers' gathering could be for you. Where does this idea come from? Several of us from the UK were blessed to attend the recent ICOC teaching ministry conference in Estonia. Classes can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/KristlikVabakogudus.  The conference was hosted by the Tallinn church (Tallinna Kristlik Vabakogudus) and organised by a diverse group of people headed by Andy & Tammy Fleming. We were inspired by the depth and practicality of the teaching. People like Andy and Tammy Fleming (Kiev), Valdur Koha (Boston), Mati Simm (Tallinn) Paul Smith (Johannesburg), Emmanuel Emeh (Lagos), Steve Kinnard (New York), Douglas Jacoby (Scotland), Brad and Laura King (Paris) and many others poured petrol on the fire of our teaching passion. Over 100 people attended in person with another 250 or more participating online from all over the world. Who is it for? Those present at the Tallinn conference from the UK had breakfast together on the final morning. We shared our reflections. A common desire surfaced. We want to do our part in enabling ever-healthier teaching to flourish in the United Kingdom. We do not have all the answers. But we sensed that if we meet together to worship with open hearts and bibles perhaps the Spirit will guide us. Therefore, we offer this opportunity for like-minded men and women to gather.  This event is open to anyone - men and women - who are interested in developing their ability to correctly teach and explain God's word to others.  It is not limited to those currently engaged in teaching in their congregations but also to those who believe they could contribute to a healthy church environment using their gifts and knowledge of God's word appropriately.   Theme scripture: “We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ. For this purpose also I labour, striving according to His power, which mightily works within me.” (Colossians 1:28–29 NAS95) Venue: West Watford Free church building, Tolpits Lane, Watford, WD18 6NU. Date: Saturday, the 27th of November from 10 am to 1 pm. We will follow the sessions with a free light lunch for those who wish to stay and talk more. Tea and coffee will be provided. Format: - Videos on teaching topics will be sent out in advance to stimulate thinking as preparation for our time together - The sessions will contain a mix of Bible teaching, table-based discussion and panel Q & A. - We will pray and sing together - Session 1: Why personal development as a teacher matters and the benefits of collaborating as teachers. - Session 2: How we might feed our learning into the local church context. - We will conclude by drawing threads together. Registration is here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-be-a-helpful-teacher-a-conference-for-bible-teachers-tickets-190413390577   Registration deadline: November 14th - Will there be an option to attend online? We hope so. Leon Watkins is working on a plan. If it proves impossible we will record and upload as much as is relevant and appropriate. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email: malcolm@malcolmcox.org.  God bless, Malcolm On behalf of the organising group: myself, Chris Birtles, Andy Boakye, Andy Ezeilo, Douglas Jacoby and Rob Payne God bless, Malcolm   Let's review what has gone up on the site and my YouTube channel recently...... “GET READY TO CROSS” LEADERSHIP SERIES | CLASS 1 – “I WILL BE WITH YOU” | MALCOLM COX “THE CHANGING PICTURE OF JESUS”, MARK CHAPTER 6, MALCOLM COX “HOW TO BE A HELPFUL TEACHER” - Teaching Tip 234   Reading Some of my reading at the moment includes: The Wesleyan quadrilateral: Don Thorsen How to Study with Dyslexia Pocketbook (Rapid Study Skills for Students)  Audible Logo Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Does Theology Have a Method? An Interview with Paul Allen Theological Method: A Guide for the Perplexed: Author: Paul L. Allen The Living God: Systemic Theology: Volume One (Systematic Theology) by Thomas C. Oden The near future  Working on plans (together with Andy Boakye and Douglas Jacoby) for a UK & Ireland teaching programme based on the Athens Institute of Ministry. We will launch in 2022. Recording the fourth class in the holy spirit, unity and fellowship series Finalising details for the teaching conference on November 27 as mentioned above Going to see the movie "Dune" with some of the men from the Watford Church. Assisting the Thames Valley conference supremo, Obi Abuchi, with finalising some plans for the "refresh" conference scheduled for 7-9 January 2022. Lunch on Friday with my old friend Harry Patel Seminar number three at the London School of Theology on Friday afternoon. God bless, Malcolm

Performance Medicine Audio
How To Choose The Best Vitamins And Supplements For You w/ Jeff Thomas, C.N.

Performance Medicine Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 91:52


The world of vitamins and supplements can be complicated and intimidating. How do you know where to start? In this episode, Certified Nutritionist and vitamin expert, Jeff Thomas, breaks down the CORE 6 SUPPLEMENTS everyone should start with. What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://performancemedicine.net/doctors-note-sign-up/ Facebook: @PMedicine Instagram: @PerformancemedicineTN YouTube: Performance Medicine

The EdUp Experience
319: Higher Ed's Winding Road - with Tom Dawson, Interim President & CEO, Strada Education Network

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 36:08


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! In this episode, YOUR guest is Tom Dawson, Interim President & CEO at Strada Education Network, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Unmudl! Listen in as Joe talks with Tom about how Strada works with colleges, students, & employers to create & refine education to workforce pathways. Thomas C. Dawson is Strada Education Network's interim president and chief executive officer. He previously was executive vice president and chief operating officer, overseeing the shared services that support the Strada network, including finance, impact evaluation, information technology, and philanthropic partnerships. As COO, he was also responsible for overseeing Strada's nonprofit affiliates — CAEL, Education at Work, InsideTrack, and Roadtrip Nation — and ensuring they met their growth, sustainability, and impact goals. Make sure to be the first person to claim YOUR school on Unmudl! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● If YOU want to get involved, leave us YOUR EdUp review on YOUR preferred listening platform or at The EdUp Experience! ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business!

Peaceful Heart FarmCast
Cheese Makes You Happy

Peaceful Heart FarmCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 31:53


How Cheese Makes You Happy! Today's Show Homestead Life Updates Cheese and Nutrition Nutritional content Cheese tastes good Facts about fat content Lactose intolerance Why cheese makes people happy Cheese Fondue Recipe Homestead Life Updates Scott is working hard on getting the creamery built. Every day that does not bring adverse weather sees him out there building the walls. There are also lots of other odds and ends and details he adds in there that breaks up the monotony. I'm am so blessed to have such a wonderful life here with him. Our life has purpose and meaning as we both work hard to bring you the benefits of traditional hand-made artisan cheese. The winter drags on. Seems like a long one this year doesn't it? Every year winter is the same 13 weeks on the calendar but the weather conditions during that period of time alters our perception of time, I think. There is a common winter ailment called seasonal affective disorder. I'm sure some of you know of what I speak. It's a type of depression that's related to changes in the seasons. Symptoms can begin as early as the fall and continue into the winter months. Occasionally, SAD causes depression into the spring or early summer, but that is rarer. Spring usually brings a rush of relief. I experience SAD every year. This year is different. I've significantly changed my diet and it shows. While I can still feel the effects of this winter season, it is muted compared to previous years. I feel kind of heavy sometimes; slightly weighted down by life in general.  As an aside, I generally just suffer through it. However, there are things you can do. Light therapy or phototherapy is the most common treatment. Some schools of thought attribute the issue to reduced vitamin D from the sun as there is less light due to the length of the day.  More severe cases may require medication or psychotherapy. The symptoms may start as a minor issue such as having trouble sleeping or a general loss of interest in doing anything. Low energy, feeling sluggish or maybe agitated for no reason. As the season progresses, the symptoms get worse and worse. In the past it has seemed overwhelming to me. And then, poof, spring arrives and it all evaporates like mist. Let's talk about how cheese might help with that. Did you know that cheese has nutritional properties that stimulate our happy hormones? First, let's cover the basic nutrition in cheese. Cheese and Nutrition Cheese is a delicious and tremendously efficient source of nutrition. It supplies many valuable nutrients, including proteins, sugars, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. A 4-ounce piece of solid farmhouse cheese, for example, supplies more than half the adult nutritional requirements for protein, fat, calcium, and phosphorus as well as significant portions of vitamins A, B2, and B12. If you compare the nutritional content of a 3.5-ounce chunk of a hard, aged cheese such as Cheddar or Emmental to an equivalent amount of chicken eggs (two eggs are about 3.5 ounces), the cheese contains about twice as much protein and one quarter the cholesterol. The miracle of evolution has ensured that milk is an extremely nutritious food. After all, without it how would mothers, down through the eons, have guaranteed the survival of their babies? Cheese concentrates the nutrients in milk. It's a highly efficient method of getting vital nutrients for our bodies. Another advantage to cheese is that its nutrients are “predigested” by bacteria and enzymes during cheesemaking and aging. That means the process of breaking down the proteins, fats, and sugars began before it was savored on our palette and began the journey to our tummy. Plants in the pasture have absorbed nutrients from the soil; the dairy animals have extracted those nutrients, packaging them in the form of milk. That's another place that a lot of gathering nutrients has already been done for you. Your body has to devote less effort to processing cheese than it does with many other comparably nutritious foods. Cheese Tastes Good Cheese tastes good and satisfies us. A big reason for that is the fat. There are beneficial fats available in milk. Many of them work as antioxidants and also provide fat-soluble vitamins good for our skin and other organs. In cheese, milk fats undergo lipolysis, which breaks them down into more easily absorbed and beneficial fatty acids, some of which in turn enable us to metabolize the fats from other foods. CLA Cheeses, especially those made from the milk of grass-fed animals, are a good source of conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA, a highly beneficial nutrient. In small studies involving animals, CLA has been shown to prevent heart disease and several types of cancer. It also appears to enhance the immune system.  CLA is considered a fat-reducing fat. You heard that right. There are studies on this. Let me give you some info from one study. I'll put a link in the show notes. Jean-Michel Gaullier, PhD with the Scandinavian Clinical Research Group did the study. It was a relatively small number of participants. 180 men and women were followed for a year. A third got a typical off-the-shelf pill of 80% CLA. Another third got a 76% CLA syrup formula, disguised in a capsule. The last third took a placebo capsule of olive oil. No one had to change their diet or exercise habits. All reduced their calorie intake a little bit during the study. Likely that was due to tracking with a food diary. That can really wake you up to what you are actually consuming. As far as exercise, all got about the same amount. The results were: Both CLA groups lost weight – about 4 pounds; the placebo group stayed the same. The CLA syrup group had a 9% body fat loss; the CLA pill group had 7% body fat loss; the placebo group had no body fat loss. Both CLA groups had similar improvements in muscle mass. Good news ay? Losing weight was good, but I found the conversion of fat to muscle mass to be the most interesting to me. CLA is found naturally in beef, lamb, goat and dairy products. Facts About Fat Content Because cheese contains fat, naturally, it raises concerns. There are some valid concerns there. Not for the fat, but for the calories. A little bit of cheese goes a long way. Real cheese delivers a lot of nutritional bang for your buck and a lot of caloric bang for your buck. The fat is the culprit there. The key is to eat moderate amounts along with your other dietary choices. Let's talk about the fat content of various cheeses. Contrary to appearances, hard, grainy cheeses such as Parmesan may actually contain more fat than creamy, luxurious ones such as any triple cream cheese. The rich triple cream types are labeled “75% butterfat” while a Parmigiana–Reggiano claims around 35% butterfat. The trick is that cheeses are labeled by percentage of fat in their solid materials, not in their total weight. Cheeses retain water, even after much of it is extracted during cheesemaking. The less water a cheese retains, the harder or denser it will be. A dense cheese with, say, 50% butterfat, could actually deliver more fat per serving than a soft, gooey one with 70% butterfat. Lactose Intolerance Let's talk about lactose intolerance. Well–made, aged cheeses are actually one of the few dairy products that will not cause problems for many people with this difficulty. The first and most important step of cheesemaking, alongside protein coagulation, is the conversion of lactose into lactic acid – the souring or fermentation action of lactic acid bacteria on milk. The small amount of lactose left over after active cheesemaking ends is further broken down by glycolysis during aging. What this means is that for people who have trouble digesting lactose, it's not a problem because the digestion has already been done for them by the cheesemaking and aging process. Give it a try. You, too, can be a happy cheese eater. Speaking of cheese making your happy. Why is that? Why cheese makes people happy A wonderful piece of info I ran across wherein a neurologist talks about how cheese literally makes you happy. Dr. Thomas C Morell is the neurologist. Link to the article will be in the show notes. The title of the piece is Nutritional Neuroscience. The central core of the article is using nutrition to help heal TBI or traumatic brain injury. There is some really good information about how the brain functions along with how and why nutrition is important to maximize brain function. Later in the article he gets specifically to cheese as “the first food that will help your brain.” He cites cheese as an extraordinarily rich source of proteins and amino acids. One of those amino acids is Tyrosine. Dr. Morell's comments on the relation of tyrosine to neurotransmitters in the brain are noted in the article. Some quotes from the article: (again, reference in the show notes) “The body does not produce Tyrosine so it must be obtained from outside sources, of which cheese contains very high concentrations. We quickly began to realize that cheese is one of nature's perfect foods for the body and for brain functioning! Furthermore, the pleasure of eating cheese in its multitude of varieties is not just for the sensuous pleasure of taste and smell, but actually has nutritional importance that will help the neurotransmitters in your brain. Cheese not only supplies calories for metabolism as well as being an excellent source of Calcium, but contains proteins and amino acids that are intricately associated with manufacturing many important brain chemicals.” Then he talks about how cheese makes people happy. “Cheese can make people happy. Why? It starts with Tyrosine which is a building block for many of the neurotransmitter chemicals in the brain. It can improve mood and well-being particularly during times of stress. Tyrosine is a substrate of many well-known neurotransmitters including adrenaline, norepinephrine, and dopamine. Cheese may be one of the basic primordial foods that improved the performance of our brain, with deep connections from the olfactory bulb to the parts of our brain responsible for memory and emotions. Cheese may just be the perfect food to capture the nutritional-emotional duality that our bodies and brains need!” I find it so refreshing that our medical profession is starting to look at food as nutrition for building, maintaining, and healing the body. “Cheese contains high levels of casein which is the primary protein found in milk. As casein is broken down and digested it is converted into Tyrosine. Casein is also broken down into the chemical casomorphin, an opioid molecule in the same family as morphine. This may explain some of cheese's addicting qualities!” I can relate to the addicting quality of cheese. As my diet has improved, my urge for eating too much food is strongly diminished. However, once I start eating cheese, I may overeat if I don't pay attention. “There are many receptors for the Tyrosine molecule in the olfactory bulb where our sense of smell courses through the Central Nervous System. The Tyrosine in cheese is broken down into several chemicals. One of them is epinephrine (adrenaline) which has many positive physical and mental effects to make us more alert. Epinephrine also increases the flow of oxygen and glucose to the brain and muscles which elicits the "Fight or Flight" response to stressful or dangerous situations. Norepinephrine helps fight off depression and can improve our attention and concentration skills. Dopamine is a powerful neurotransmitter involved in mood stability and accounts for pleasurable feelings and activation of the brain's reward systems. Tyrosine is also a precursor to levodopa which is used to replace deficiency of Dopamine in Parkinson's disease. Finally, Tyrosine is also a precursor to Melatonin, the skin pigment that protects us from ultraviolet sunlight damage but is also associated with insulin production which regulates blood sugar levels.” How perfect is cheese? It makes you feel good with the neurotransmitter action and supplies energy and protein. All are critical for brain performance and memory retention. As a final note on the topic, have you ever wondered what those little crunchy pockets that develop in the paste of well-made aged cheeses are? Those are crystals of tyrosine embedded in the long chains of amino acids of the casein molecules. When they make your mouth water, they are not only providing cheese eating pleasure but they're also setting into motion a series of very real and tangible benefits to your body and brain. Let's move on to today's cheese fondue recipe. Cheese Fondue Recipe Cheese fondue can be fancy or it can be a quaint and close tradition in any family or group of friends. As an added bonus, it's easy to make. The only skill needed is the ability to stand at a stove and stir. Cheese fondue is a Swiss invention which became popular in the US in the 1960's. I'm looking to revive that tradition. As its core fondue is melted cheese served in a pot over a portable heating device and enjoyed communally. It can be made with or without the official fondue set. A double boiler set up will work just fine. Using a crock pot is also an option. The key is low, slow heat. Add some wooden skewers and your homemade fondue set is complete. How to Make the Perfect Cheese Fondue at Home The perfect cheese fondue is rich and smooth. First, I want to go over a few tips to make it easy for that to happen for you. Stick to them and your family and guests will be transported to the Alps from their first bite. Use Good-Quality Cheese. It will be more expensive but worth it. Even if you ignore all of the other tips, keep this one. Fondue truly is all about the cheese, and the quality and types of cheeses you use will have an enormous impact on the final product. For classic Swiss cheese fondue (meaning one like what you would find in Switzerland), a mix of traditional, firm alpine mountain-style cheeses is best. Gruyere and Emmental come to mind. We make a cheese called Pinnacle that will serve you well. There are lots of other cheeses that will also work. No need to be bound by the “Swiss” label. You want a buttery, creamy cheese that melts smoothly. Cheddar cheese would work. Even though the flavor would be less traditional, it would still taste fantastic. I've used our Clau d' ville Cheddar mixed with alpine-style Pinnacle and the blend warms the heart. Grate – do not chop – the Cheese. Grated cheese will melt much quicker. Toss the Cheese with Cornstarch Thoroughly. Cornstarch helps thicken the fondue and prevents the cheese from clumping. You don't want lumpy cheese! Classic cheese fondue does call for white wine. Use a good wine. Choose something dry and high acid, such as Sauvignon Blanc. The taste of the wine directly impacts the taste of the fondue. The acid in the wine helps keep the cheese smooth and gives it an even texture. Again, we don't want lumpy fondue. You can substitute unsalted chicken or vegetable stock if you do not want to use wine. For beer cheese fondue, swap out the wine with your favorite beer. Beer works really well in a cheddar cheese fondue. Add the Cheese Slowly and Stir Constantly. This is SO important to make sure the cheese fondue is buttery smooth. Grab a small handful and sprinkle it into the pot. Stir constantly and wait for each addition to melt before adding the next. Don't try to rush it—you won't win. Just enjoy the moment at the stove at peace with yourself, the cheese, and the promise of a luscious fondue. What Should You Dip? Bread. Always delicious. French or sourdough cut into 1-inch cubes so that it can be easily skewered. Apples. Tart apples like Granny Smith are fantastic dipped with cheese fondue. Cut the apples into cubes. Cherry Tomatoes. One of my absolute favorites! Roasted Baby Potatoes. Steamed Broccoli. Reminds me of broccoli cheese soup. Mushrooms Game Day Delights: Potato or tortilla chips Soft or hard pretzels Ham, Turkey or Beef Bacon. Even better than you think it's going to taste. Make sure the bacon isn't  too crisp or it will break off in the pot. Shrimp or mussels Kielbasa or hot dogs Pepperoni Meatballs Pickles. The choices are up to you. There are no rules there. Anything that tastes good with cheese it going to be heaven. It takes about 25 minutes to make the fondue. What You Need 1 pound (4 cups) of 2 or more cheeses of your choice – Gruyere, Emmental, Appenzeller and of course our Pinnacle 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 cup dry white wine — such as Sauvignon Blanc 1 clove garlic — minced 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1 tablespoon kirsch – Kirsch is a clear colorless fruit brandy. You may substitute a brandy of your choice 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg – ground 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard (optional) Assorted Fondue dippers What to do Grate all of the cheeses. In a medium bowl, combine the cheeses with the cornstarch, tossing thoroughly to coat all pieces. In a stove-safe fondue pot or large heavy saucepan, bring the wine, garlic, and lemon juice to a simmer over medium-low heat. Add the cheeses to the simmering liquid a little at a time, stirring well between each addition to ensure a smooth fondue. Once smooth, stir in the brandy, nutmeg, and mustard. Arrange an assortment of bite-size dipping foods on a platter. Carefully pour the fondue into a fondue pot. Serve with fondue forks or wooden skewers. Dip and enjoy! Recipe Notes: If using a crock pot, no need to wait for the wine and lemon to simmer. Put it all in there and stir as needed until the desired consistency is achieved. Final Thoughts I've run out of words for today. I hope if you have the winter blues you are taking time out of the day to pamper yourself. And remember, this too shall pass. Enjoy some cheese to get that tyrosine going and get happy. I hope you'll try the fondue. You can let me know what creative ideas you used and traditions you started by commenting on the Facebook post @peacefulheartfarm. As always, I'm here to help you “taste the traditional touch.” Thank you so much for listening and until next time, may God fill your life with grace and peace. Recipe Link Cheese Fondue References CLA: The New Miracle Weight Loss Pill? Nutritional Neuroscience – Dr. Thomas C. Morell To share your thoughts: Leave a comment on our Facebook Page Share this show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram To help the show: PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW for Peaceful Heart FarmCast on iTunes. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play Music, TuneIn or Spotify Donate on Patreon Website www.peacefulheartfarm.com Patreon www.patreon.com/peacefulheartfarm Facebook www.facebook.com/peacefulheartfarm

Les entrevues du FM 103,3
Léo Major, un héros méconnu.

Les entrevues du FM 103,3

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 15:00


Notre journaliste Thomas Côté assistait vendredi dernier à la cérémonie visant à inaugurer la plaque didactique honorant la mémoire de Léo Major, au parc du même nom à Longueuil. Héros plutôt méconnu à Longueuil et au pays, celui qui a vécu ici des années 50 jusqu'en 2008, a libéré la ville néerlandaise de Zwolle dans un épisode important de la fin de la Première Guerre mondiale. Son souvenir est d'ailleurs encore très présent aux Pays-Bas. Conversation en rediffusion, extrait de l'émission du matin animée par Charles Gaudreau.  www.info@fm1033.ca Charles Gaudreau : jcegaudreau@gmail.com https://ici.tou.tv/leo-major-le-fantome-borgne

Votre Quotidien avec Charles Gaudreau du FM103,3
Léo Major, un héros méconnu.

Votre Quotidien avec Charles Gaudreau du FM103,3

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 15:00


Notre journaliste Thomas Côté assistait vendredi dernier à la cérémonie visant à inaugurer la plaque didactique honorant la mémoire de Léo Major, au parc du même nom à Longueuil. Héros plutôt méconnu à Longueuil et au pays, celui qui a vécu ici des années 50 jusqu'en 2008, a libéré la ville néerlandaise de Zwolle dans un épisode important de la fin de la Première Guerre mondiale. Son souvenir est d'ailleurs encore très présent aux Pays-Bas. Conversation en rediffusion, extrait de l'émission du matin animée par Charles Gaudreau.  www.info@fm1033.ca Charles Gaudreau : jcegaudreau@gmail.com https://ici.tou.tv/leo-major-le-fantome-borgne

Sheryl Underwood Radio
SUR: Rockets Fired in Afghanistan, Female Director Makes Black History, Lakers Get OLDER

Sheryl Underwood Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 62:35


Hurricane Ida downgraded to Tropical Storm. Rockets fired at airport in Afghanistan. China Limits Online Videogames to Three Hours a Week for Young People. Black Female Director makes History. Kanye's new album off to a wild start. Courtney Black's Black History Fact: Dr. Thomas C. Cannon Jr. Scott Zolak Apologizes For ‘Cam Rap Comments'. Kyle's Lakers Get OLDER. Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley.    

SeedWorld Podcast
How Tom Osborn Makes Private Sector Impact in Plant Breeding

SeedWorld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 14:58


The National Association of Plant Breeders (NAPB) Private Sector Plant Breeding Award, first established in 2020, recognizes an individual whose accomplishments as ascientist in the private sector have had extraordinary impact in the field of plant breeding in areas such as germplasm development, cultivar release, technological innovation, andleadership. The 2020 recipient is Dr. Thomas C. […] The post How Tom Osborn Makes Private Sector Impact in Plant Breeding appeared first on Seed World.

Sismique
[BEST OF] Esprit critique, scepticisme et zététique - THOMAS C.DURAND

Sismique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 87:07


Rediffusion d'un épisode que je trouve particulièrement utile alors que nous nous écharpons comme rarement sur des sujets complexes (virus, vaccins, climat...) en oubliant parfois qu'il y a une différence entre les faits et les opinions, entre la science et nos croyances, entre l'esprit critique et l'esprit de contradiction. Et avant de savoir qui a tort ou qui a raison, ce que peut nous apporter la zététique (quand elle est bien utilisée), c'est une indication sur la manière de débattre: avec raison, écoute, mesure et ouverture d'esprit.---« Il est toujours, partout et pour tout le monde, mauvais de croire quoi que ce soit sur la base de preuves insuffisantes » William Kingdon Clifford.Thomas C.Durand, aussi connu sous le pseudonyme Acermendax, est écrivain, biologiste, dramaturge, auteur du génial blog la Menace Théoriste et co-fondateur de l'Association pour la science et la transmission de l'esprit critique (ASTEC) et de la très populaire chaine Youtube La tronche en biais. Le travail de Thomas consiste à défendre l'esprit critique et à promouvoir la zététique, cette discipline intellectuelle qui questionne les raisons pour lesquelles nous pensons que quelque chose est vrai. Nous nous réclamons tous de la raisons, nous nous pensons raisonnables, lorsque nous interprétons le monde, lorsque nous prenons des décisions. Et pourtant nous sommes le plus souvent guidés par nos émotions ou nos croyances, et leurrés par tout un tas de biais cognitifs de différente sortes qui entraînent des erreurs inconscientes de perception, d'interprétation, de mémorisation, aboutissant à des erreurs de jugement.La pensée critique, la démarche scientifique, offrent des ressources à mon sens indispensables pour nous aider à examiner les propositions de la vie quotidienne, en particulier lorsqu'elles sortent de l'ordinaire, et ne pas nous laisser aller à des jugements hâtifs ou portés par nos simples opinions. Plus que jamais nous sommes exposés à toutes sortes d'informations, aux croyances de tout un chacun, aux analyses contradictoires… au point que nous renonçons parfois à chercher la vérité, la réalité des faits. Certains disent ainsi que nous sommes à l'ère de la post-vérité, qu'il est devenu impossible de nous accorder sur ce qui est vrai, et que donc ce sont les opinions et les croyances de chacun qui comptent. De là vient la difficulté grandissante à nous mettre d'accord, à construire un consensus et bientôt à faire société. La pensée critique et la méthode scientifique ne sont peut-être pas infaillibles, mais c'est à mon sens ce que nous avons de mieux pour interpréter le réel, par delà nos différences de perceptions, et donc nos meilleurs armes pour éviter de tomber dans un monde où on ne s'entend plus sur rien. Un épisode essentiel !Interview enregistrée le 28 septembre 2020Retrouvez toutes les notes détaillées sur https://www.sismique.fr/----Sismique est un podcast indépendant créé et animé par Julien Devaureix.Il s'agit d'une enquête sur les grands enjeux de notre époque pour explorer, se préparer et s'adapter à un monde en pleine mutation.

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AND THERE WAS LIGHT: An Examination of the Claims of Young Earth Creationists in the Light of Scriptures and Proven Science by Thomas C. Weedon

WebTalkRadio.net » Books On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 32:31


What if a dear friend or relative told you that they cannot believe the Bible because it is teaching ideas contrary to common sense and proven science? Sharing the gospel with another person can be hard enough, but when the subject of creation comes up in the discussion, communication often suffers, and the gospel message […] The post AND THERE WAS LIGHT: An Examination of the Claims of Young Earth Creationists in the Light of Scriptures and Proven Science by Thomas C. Weedon appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

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AND THERE WAS LIGHT: An Examination of the Claims of Young Earth Creationists in the Light of Scriptures and Proven Science by Thomas C. Weedon

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021


What if a dear friend or relative told you that they cannot believe the Bible because it is teaching ideas contrary to common sense and proven science? Sharing the gospel with another person can be hard enough, but when the subject of creation comes up in the discussion, communication often suffers, and the gospel message […] The post AND THERE WAS LIGHT: An Examination of the Claims of Young Earth Creationists in the Light of Scriptures and Proven Science by Thomas C. Weedon appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

DAS! - täglich ein Interview
Thomas Mettenleiter vom Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut auf der Insel Riems

DAS! - täglich ein Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 26:03


Viruserkrankungen und Tiere - nicht erst seit Corona ein heißes Eisen. Hat die Pandemie wirklich ihren Ursprung durch ähnliche Viren in Fledermäusen? Können wir Menschen Tiere anstecken? Verbreitet sich das Virus möglicherweise unbemerkt unter bestimmten Tierarten? Werden auch Impfstoffe für Tiere entwickelt? Antworten auf all diese Fragen hat Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Thomas C. Mettenleiter, Präsident des Friedrich-Loeffler-Instituts - das Bundesforschungsinstitut für Tiergesundheit - auf der Insel Riems.

Josh's Worst Nightmare
Infection & Transformation (with Thomas C Mavroudis)

Josh's Worst Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 40:07


On episode #8 of Josh's Worst Nightmare, host Josh Schlossberg succumbs to Thomas C Mavroudis, author of BERGDORF & ASSOCIATES, to experience the terrors of physical transformation brought on by infection.

La radio es mía
Emisión jueves 01 de julio - parte 1

La radio es mía

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 180:00


Semana de estrenos entre los colaboradores del verano, como la periodista Rosa Fuertes, que relaciona el verano con los helicópteros para apagar incendios, y con el diseñador asturiano de moda Eduardo Andés. Las fotografías de Thomas C. Roche a visitar en el Museo Evaristo Valle. La música la puso la Banda de Gaites Camín de Fierro y su trabajo “Rock & Fierro” y David Varela que nos lleva de fiesta en fiesta.

The Supporting Cast
Thomas C. Hudnut, Head of School (1987-2013) – TSC027

The Supporting Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 48:06


In 1987, Thomas C. Hudnut took over as head of Harvard School, then an all-boys former military school in Studio City. 26 years later, Tom retired as President of Harvard-Westlake School, a multigender institution featuring 1,600 students spread over two campuses and commonly regarded as one of the finest independent schools in the country. In this episode, Tom shares his perspective on that journey. When he took over in 1987, was Tom aware of a potential merger between Harvard and Westlake? What were the factors that finally led to the joining of these two proud institutions? Once merged, how did Tom set out to create, in his words, “the independent school equivalent of Stanford,” featuring centers of excellence not just within academics and athletics, but also in areas like journalism and the performing arts? Tom also speaks about his childhood in Rochester, New York, as the son of a Presbyterian minister, attending public schools in Rochester before heading to Choate, Princeton, and the Fletcher School at Tufts. Finally, Tom discusses his long and distinguished career in schools, beginning with St. Albans in Washington D.C., followed by stints running Norwood, Branson, Harvard and Harvard-Westlake, and now as a full-time head of school search consultant. Tom cites Canon Charles S. Martin and John Davis of St. Albans School as a profound educational influences.

Pathway to Wings Podcast
Pathway to Wings Podcast – Ep 4, Maj. Kenny Thomas, C-130 Hercules Navigator

Pathway to Wings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021


On this podcast, Maj. Waters, sits down with Maj. Kenny Thomas, on Oct. 10, 2020. In this episode, they discuss his pathway to become a C-130 Navigator, the challenges he overcame, and unique opportunities to gain flight experience. The "Pathway to Wings" is Air Force Recruiting Service, Detachment. 1's official podcast. This podcast is designed for those looking to become Air Force aviators, and is hosted by Air Force aviators. This podcast strives to inform, influence, and inspire our future leaders by sharing real stories and experiences of what it's like to fly and the process it took to get there.

Yield PRO Podcast
Money Talks featuring Thomas C. Mannschreck

Yield PRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2021 33:33


Yield PRO TV Money Talks host Michael Thomas talks with Thomas Mannschreck, President, Thomas Development Company.

No Grey Zone Podcast
No Grey Zone Ep.13 - Trial prep with special guest Thomas C. Mooney

No Grey Zone Podcast

Play Episode Play 41 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 25:06


Podcast Notes: Kathryn Marsh & Melissa Hoppmeyer are prosecutors with over two decades of experience between them, specializing in child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence crimes.  They are also co-founders of Right Response Consulting, an agency that provides training and in the areas of sexual assault, sexual harassment and human trafficking as well as developing policies and procedures for businesses and educational institutions.  Facebook @NoGreyZonerrcInstagram @NogreyzonerrcTwitter @NoGreyzonerrchttps://www.Rightresponseconsulting.com Podcast Music:I'm Just Good by Johny Grimes https://soundcloud.com/johny-grimes  Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/im-just-good  Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/2wrYUBtrjGM br>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZ1maOwEZy0Special Guest - Thomas C. Mooney, Esq.Law Office of Thomas C. MooneyTwitter: @LawMooneyFacebook: @Mooneyesq