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Tuesday, 17 May 2022 And they made a calf in those days, offered sacrifices to the idol, and rejoiced in the works of their own hands. Acts 7:41 Included among other words in the previous verse, Stephen quoted the people of Israel saying, “Make us gods to go before us.” He continues with that now, saying, “And they made a calf in those days.” The word translated as “they made a calf” is found only here, moschopoieó. It is not used in the Greek Old Testament. It comes from moschos (a calf, heifer, or bull) and poieó (to construct or make). Stephen coins a new word to show the disdainful nature of what occurred. The event is recorded in Exodus 32 – “And Aaron said to them, ‘Break off the golden earrings which are in the ears of your wives, your sons, and your daughters, and bring them to me.' 3 So all the people broke off the golden earrings which were in their ears, and brought them to Aaron. 4 And he received the gold from their hand, and he fashioned it with an engraving tool, and made a molded calf. Then they said, ‘This is your god, O Israel, that brought you out of the land of Egypt!'” Exodus 32:2-4 The reason for making this calf is not perfectly evident without understanding the symbolism. It said in Exodus 32:39 that “their hearts turned back to Egypt.” Vincent's Word Studies explains how the calf is so intimately connected to Egypt – --------------- This was in imitation of the Egyptian bull-worship. Several of these animals were worshipped at different places in Egypt. Apis was worshipped at Memphis. Herodotus says: "Now this Apis, or Epaphus, is the calf of a cow which is never afterward able to bear young. The Egyptians say that fire comes down from heaven upon the cow, which thereupon conceives Apis. The calf which is so called has the following marks: He is black, with a square spot of white upon his forehead, and on his back the figure of an eagle. The hairs in his tail are double, and there is a beetle upon his tongue" (iii., 28). He was regarded by the Egyptians, not merely as an emblem, but as a god. He was lodged in a magnificent court, ornamented with figures twelve cubits high, which he never quitted except on fixed days, when he was led in procession through the streets. His festival lasted seven days, and all came forward from their houses to welcome him as he passed. He was not allowed to reach the natural term of his life. If a natural death did not remove him earlier, he was drowned when he reached the age of twenty-five, and was then embalmed and entombed in one of the sepulchral chambers of the Serapeum, a temple devoted expressly to the burial of these animals. Another sacred bull was maintained at Heliopolis, in the great Temple of the Sun, under the name of Mnevis, and was honored with a reverence next to Apis. Wilkinson thinks that it was from this, and not from Apis, that the Israelites borrowed their notions of the golden calf. "The offerings, dancing, and rejoicings practised on the occasion, were doubtless in imitation of a ceremony they had witnessed in honor of Mnevis during their sojourn in Egypt" ("Ancient Egyptians," 2 sen, vol. ii., p. 197). A third sacred bull, called Bacis, was maintained at Hermonthis, near Thebes. It was a huge, black animal, and its hairs were said to grow the wrong way. Other bulls and cows did not hold the rank of gods, but were only sacred. --------------- With this symbol of Egypt now before them, Stephen next says that the people “offered sacrifices to the idol.” Sacrifices were made as offerings of devotion, for appeasement, for atonement, for fellowship, and so on. In offering sacrifices, they were aligning themselves with this idol as a representation of the Lord (YHVH). Aaron stated this explicitly. This was in violation of the covenant they agreed to when the Lord spoke out the Ten Commandments. Rather than obtaining favor, they were bringing wrath down upon themselves. Stephen then finishes the verse with “and rejoiced in the works of their own hands.” The thought of this and the previous clause are found in Exodus 32 – “So when Aaron saw it, he built an altar before it. And Aaron made a proclamation and said, ‘Tomorrow is a feast to the Lord.' 6 Then they rose early on the next day, offered burnt offerings, and brought peace offerings; and the people sat down to eat and drink, and rose up to play.” Exodus 32:5, 6 The thought of rejoicing in the work of their own hands means that they fashioned their own god, and they were thus participants in their own supposed reconnection to the divine. This is what Adam and Eve did when “they sewed fig leaves together and made themselves coverings” (Genesis 3:7). They were attempting to reestablish the connection to God that had been lost, covering over their sinful state in order to restore a propitious relationship with Him. But the Lord rejected that. It is not through our effort, but through His that a covering is provided and restoration is realized. Israel made the same mistake, rejecting the Lord and attempting to obtain their own path to appeasement, atonement, and fellowship. Life application: The same concepts come up again and again in Scripture, attempting to help us think through what is going on. In the case of salvation, Paul says that it is by grace through faith. It is not of ourselves, but rather it is the gift of God. If you ask almost any teacher or preacher if that is so, they will immediately agree with it. They could do no less. The words are clear, precise, and unambiguous. And yet, no sooner do many avow that this is true, than they immediately turn around and inject their own works back into the equation. They may do it by saying you can lose your salvation. They may do it by saying you must submit to the law of Moses or certain precepts from it. They may say that you need to give up your sin before you can be saved, and so on. Such things either directly contradict the notion of salvation being a gift that comes by grace through faith, or they put the cart before the horse by claiming you must do something before receiving the gift (which is contradictory as well). Be sure to keep simple what is simple. Don't allow anyone to rob you of the very basics of theology and be sure not to rob others of them as well. Grace! Grace! We are saved by God's grace! Why should we take such a pure and simple message and tarnish it? Hold fast to the grace of God that is found in Jesus Christ our Lord. Lord God, forgive us for always trying to fashion our own path to salvation by rejecting the simple message of grace that Your word speaks of. Help us to never add to the glory of what You have done through the giving of Jesus. His cross! His death! His burial! His resurrection! What could we ever add to that? Only after receiving it will we attempt to please You with lives lived in holiness. Amen.
This week we are honored to welcome Sara Wilkinson to the podcast! Sara is the founder/president of The Step Up Foundation and the gold star wife of Navy SEAL Chad Wilkinson, who died by suicide in 2018 after over 20 years of service in the SEAL teams. Join us as Sara shares her story of love, loss, and perseverance as she works to lower the number of veterans lost to suicide by raising awareness of the invisible wounds of combat and helping veterans get effective treatment for those unseen wounds. Hear more of Sara and Chad's story on these great podcasts: Jocko Podcast: Episode 296 Glorious Professionals: Episodes 047 & 052 The Jedburgh Podcast: Episode 055 Host: Cale Matthews Audio Engineer: Art Pipok Visit us at solid7podcast.com to rate the show, see upcoming events, follow us on social media, support worthy causes, and become a Patreon supporter. © Copyright 2022 Solid Seven Podcast. All Rights Reserved.
The Jedburgh Podcast goes on location to the 1st GORUCK Games & the Sandlot Jax Fitness Festival. This compilation episode is the first of 12 interviews with some of the most prominent personalities in fitness and entrepreneurship; all recorded in the back of a WWII Land Rover British Royal Air Force Ambulance in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover of Fairfield and The Readiness Collective. Host Fran Racioppi shares the GORUCK Games story as he talks to the winners, veteran Hunter McIntyre and newcomer Katie Knight. They discuss their fitness journeys as Katie transitions from ultramarathons to obstacle course racing and Hunter candidly shares how fitness helped him win his battle with drug addiction.Fran also brings in the Co-Founder of Sandlot Technology BJ Naedele to explain how the Sandlot Fit app is democratizing fitness and breaking down the barriers between trainers and trainees. Finally, Fran learns from GORUCK's Head of Community Emily McCarthy & Gold Star Spouse Sara Wilkinson how the vision for Sandlot Jax became a reality. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Check out our video versions on YouTube.Highlights:-BJ talks about building four fitness apps at Nike and how he has applied that knowledge to building Sandlot Fit to bring trainers and trainees together to streamline the fitness journey.-Emily & Sara describe the birth of Sandlot Jax and the GORUCK Games. -Sara & Fran reminisce about completing Chad1000X and preview the Boston Frogman Swim.-Emily shares the tough days of building GORUCK and the vision behind Sandlot.-Katie comes from an ultramarathon background having just entered obstacle course racing; Hunter is a seasoned Veteran with 100+ podiums and several world records. -Hunter shares his personal journey balancing raw potential with emotion, not being accepted into the Navy, and how addiction to heroin shaped his mindset. Quotes:-”To unite and democratize fitness.” (BJ)-”Outside is in…and social is not media.” (BJ)-”It's good to stick with something and not give up on it.” (Emily)-”By far the most brutal experience was that ruck. The twelve mile ruck is not fair to any human being; even fit human beings.” (Hunter)-”I like to go after titles that I really have a connection with.” (Katie)-”To be the best in the world you really have to stay in your lane.” (Hunter)-”My kind of saving grace was coming out of drug use and getting back into athletics.” (Hunter)-”I had to have that moment where I had a loss and I realized the difference between greatness and myself was that I was doing drugs.” (Hunter)-”My purpose and passion is really getting people to be where they want to be.” (Katie)Katie Knight's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Work hard-Focus on what's important-Love everyoneHunter McIntyre's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Do tons of research-Assess yourself honestly and raw-Push your limits in way that helps you growThis episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's, 18A Fitness, and Analytix Solutions.
Sanctity Of Space - A film about the alchemy of landscape and people amidst the mountains of Alaska A conversation with co-directors Renan Ozturk and Freddie Wilkinson about the decade long journey of creating the film, from concept to completionUS Theaters starting May 6th - Showtimes and Updates:https://greenwichentertainment.com/film/the-sanctity-of-space/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sanctityofspace/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sanctityofspaceFor podcast episode of this conversation on The Happiness Quotient:For exclusive content visit Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/thehappinessquotientSubscribe to The Happiness Quotient on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/thehappinessquotient Support the show
Bethaney Wilkinson is a Black, Southern, soul guided, race conscious facilitator and coach. She is also the founder and author of The Diversity Gap, a book and ever-evolving community of social change practitioners. She helps entrepreneurs, activists, and creatives bring a race conscious perspective to their work, while also deepening into nature's rhythms as an anchoring practice for soul-guided leadership. You can learn more and follow her work at:Website: http://bethaneywilkinson.comWebsite: http://thediversitygap.comInstagram: http://instagram.com/bethaneybree"The Diversity Gap" Book: https://bookshop.org/a/11079/9781400226238———————Diversitydish.com – How can I be of service?——————–Other places you can find resources and help support my work:Patreon / Discovery Den: https://www.patreon.com/sedruolamaruskaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sedruolamaruska/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sedruola/Website: http://sedruolamaruska.com/work-with-sedieFacebook: Sedruola Maruska (limited)
Join Nat and South African author, speaker and social entrepreneur Craig Wilkinson (www.fatheranation.co.za) as they discuss the crucial role men play in the lives of their youth and society. For anyone working with or raising boys in this day and age, their conversation will provide exploration and strategies on how to cultivate positive masculinity in today's world.
This episode is being brought to you by Be Well Counseling & Consulting. Please feel free to visit our website at www.bewellcc.org. Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms and a special note to those grieving, you are seen and we know that this weekend may not be easy. So we hope you enjoy a light and fun-filled episode to encourage you this holiday! This conversation with Latisha Gray, Tiffany Maye & Nakiea Wilkerson is sure to encourage your minds and hearts! This episode is being brought to you by Be Well Counseling & Consulting. Please feel free to visit our website at www.bewellcc.org. NICU STORIES PODCAST with Nakiea Wilkinson- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nicu-stories/id1537269086 BOSS LADIES CONNECT PODCAST with Latisha Gray- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/boss-ladies-connect/id1417603115 DESIRED TOUCH BY TIFFANY- with Tiffany Maye -Specialty cupcakes, Cakes, Transformative Party Set Ups & More! https://www.instagram.com/desiredtouchbytiffany/?hl=en. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jesusandtherapy/support
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Episode 104 Today we welcome the Rev Dr David Wilkinson all the way from Durham, England. Dr Wilkinson is an ordained Methodist minister with PhDs in Systematic Theology and Theoretical Astrophysics. In addition to working for St John's College, he is the project director of “Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science” which seeks to do exactly what the name implies. We talk about their surprising research into Christian leaders' attitudes towards science, how to think about biblical miracles, how to have constructive dialogue, and what happens when you put bishops in a room full of humanoid robots. This is an engaging, heartfelt, and inspiring conversation, and we're excited to bring it to you. ECLAS - https://www.eclasproject.org/ Reid, Lydia and Wilkinson, David. (2021.) ‘Building Enthusiasm and Overcoming Fear: Engaging with Christian Leaders in an Age of Science', Zygon 56 (4). https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14679744/2021/56/4 Support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/DowntheWormholepodcast More information at https://www.downthewormhole.com/ produced by Zack Jackson music by Zack Jackson and Barton Willis Check out Zack and Nichole's new podcast "Reimagining Faith with the Pastors Jackson" here... https://www.patreon.com/reimaginingfaith https://reimaginingfaith.podbean.com/ Transcript This transcript was automatically generated by www.otter.ai, and as such contains errors (especially when multiple people are talking). As the AI learns our voices, the transcripts will improve. We hope it is helpful even with the errors. Zack Jackson 00:00 Hey there, Zack here. Before we get to today's episode, which is so good, by the way, I wanted to let you know that my wife, Nicole, and I just launched a new podcast called reimagining faith with the pastor's Jackson. I haven't really shared a whole lot about this on the podcast yet. But we both just quit our church jobs, and are in the process of planting a new faith community called Open Table United Church of Christ. At this new faith community were committed to being theologically progressive, locally minded with Jesus at the center. We're starting from scratch. And we are rethinking every part about what it means to be a community of faith in this particular moment in history. We are really excited about the ways that the Spirit is moving among our little team. And we wanted a way to share that with you all as well. Hence, the reimagining faith podcast, we'll be posting new episodes every week, delving into our particular convictions, telling stories, interviewing difference makers and giving you an inside peek into the messy and ridiculous process of planting a church that is not quite a church, but it's also kind of a church, but not really, you know, it'll probably make a lot more sense after you hear a few episodes of it. So why don't you just go ahead and subscribe. Just search for reimagining faith with the pastor's Jackson wherever it is that you get your podcasts. And if you want to help us expand to this work, you can support us at patreon.com/reimagining faith. And now, on to the podcast. You are listening to the down the wormhole podcast exploring the strange and fascinating relationship between science and religion. Our guest today is the current principal of St. John's College Durham and a professor in the Department of theology and religion. He has PhDs in both theoretical astrophysics and systematic theology, having served as both a Methodist minister and an academic professor. He's also the project director of equipping Christian leadership in an age of science, which is a project whose goals are near and dear to my heart. And I'm sure many of yours as well. It is my privilege to introduce the Reverend David Wilkinson. Welcome to the podcast. Thank David Wilkinson 02:19 you, Zack, it's so lovely to be here. Lovely to talk to you. Zack Jackson 02:24 Yes, I'm so glad that we were able to coordinate across the ocean, get our time zones correct and, and that you're able to be with us today I am fascinated by just the breadth of the work that you have done and that you are doing with the organizations that you're associated with. And so, again, it's an honor to have you here with us. So I mentioned in that that introduction, equipping Christian leadership in an age of science, or EC L A s do you do pronounce the acronym when when you're in a company, David Wilkinson 03:01 about team pronounces it in class, and part of our team pronounces it at class. And we haven't come to agreement on what the correct pronunciation is. So I'm happy with the project. Zack Jackson 03:15 Did any of you consider switching the acronym the words around so it would spell something like Eclair or something that well, David Wilkinson 03:22 as you can see, remember and see from me, I'm very open to a close and as many as possible, probably too many for me. But, I mean, you know, sometimes theology and science is dominated by some of these acronyms. I think what we've been concerned about has been that sense of equipping Christian leadership. And about almost 10 years ago, my friend and colleague Tom McLeish, who's a theoretical physicist and a lay theologian, and I were speculating about what happened when senior Christian leaders, such as bishops, or leaders of other denominations, or leaders of parachurch organizations, those organizations that span different churches, were asked about science. And one of the things that we noticed was that senior church leaders often responded with fear, or negativity, or silence. And the problem with that is that then those who serve as Christian leaders under them, if they come from a scientific background, if your senior leader responds with fear or negativity or silence, then that doesn't really affirm what you're bringing to ministry, in terms of your interest or passion about science. And then that ripples down into congregations, where disciples who live out their lives with a vocation to be scientists, technologists are in Engineers, they're not affirmed in their vocation. And of course, that then ripples out to reinforce this very dominant model of relationship between science and religion, that conflict model of science and religion or independence, that the two have to be separated. And so we thought, Is there a project to be done where we can equip Christian leaders to engage with science with joy, with humility, with confidence with excitement? And that would have a ripple down effect throughout the church? Zack Jackson 05:36 Yes, I mentioned I resonate with this. This is the this is the project that I'm working on for my doctrine ministry program right now, creating resources for pastors to engage, to equip them to have these conversations because it is just so important. So in what ways have since you started this program? How have you been able to start equipping leaders, David Wilkinson 06:00 one of the things we first realized sack was the importance of personal relationships and conversations. And so we started with, with conferences, where we would invite a small group of senior leaders, intentionally inviting them to come here to Durham. And we would take them into science departments, where we introduce them to world class scientists. Now, sometimes, in this work, organizations will choose a scientist who happens to be a Christian. We didn't do that. We just went for world class scientists, whatever their religious backgrounds, and we threw the bishops into their labs. And we got these people to talk about their own science and their work. And it was just terrific from cosmology and simulating universes through to biology, genetics, we even had one wonderful incident where we took 30 bishops into one of our engineering labs here in Durham, where we have small robots, six of them, artificial intelligent robots, humanoid robots, and the bishops were kind of pressed against the wall. Worried about this, these little robots who are wandering round, and the robots went up to the bishops, and started to talk to them. And suddenly the bishops move towards the center of the room, as they started conversing with these robots. And I wish I'd had a video camera to show you. And in a sense, we start with with bishops who are a little worried about science. And slowly they move into the center. And part of that is talking to research students, and talking with professors, and actually seeing that these folk work in science, because they're passionate about finding out about the universe, or they're passionate about helping society and other people, that some of the the big, bad images of science are not quite true when you meet scientists themselves. And we brought into that conversation, then theologians into the conference, to help decode some of the issues of play within the interplay of science and theology. And so this bringing together of people to talk together, and what we found, was after the sessions, the bishops were thrilled to have encountered science. And the scientists were thrilled to encounter bishops, and other senior church leaders who took science seriously. And many of the scientists without any Christian commitment turned up at the bar later on in the conference, to talk more with the bishops. I think there's something really important about that kind of interaction of people, that learning not just about the science in the abstract, but science in terms of it being done by scientists. And then we thought to ourselves, Well, there's one or two other things that we really need to do about this. So we've had a research strand, where we've interviewed 1000, clergy and a number of bishops and senior church leaders about what they really think about science. That's been an important thing. And we might want to go on to some of those findings in a little bit. We've also followed the US in a program called Science for seminaries and working with church leaders are beginning of their ministries. And then we wanted to provide some model situations where people could see how a local congregation could use the scientists within their congregations to do something fruitful for the kingdom, either for the church or for the community. And we call that scientists in congregations. And that's a program that's been used in lots of different parts of the world. And then the final strand that we've done, which is peculiar to the UK, in the UK, the Church of England is the established church. It has a lot of political and media presence. There are bishops in the House of Lords, for example, scrutinizing legislation. And so we embedded a team member within the church of England's work in that area, to assist on some of the questions such as fracking, or AI, that are going through legislation to help Christian leaders give sensible voices within the public debate. So those are some of the things that we've been really excited by Zach. Zack Jackson 11:07 Oh, wow. Yeah, that that sounds very exciting. I would, I would venture to say that most congregations have at least one professional scientist within it, whether they, they're open about that or not. But I'm curious about the ways that your program has, has used scientists within congregations, how are you using those those gifts of people? David Wilkinson 11:32 I think, I think that's a really crucial question. And so let me give you some for instances of some of the projects that we've supported. So we've supported a project called Take your vicar into the lab, where a number of scientists in the congregation have said to their church leader, why don't you come into our workplace, and we'll tell you about what we do day by day. And again, we're talking about people with vocation, and a very different context to what happens in the church on a Sunday. One group of scientists have worked with a professional theatre group drama group, to write a play on artificial intelligence. And this play will, will tour the country, the 45 minute one act play, then there'll be a coffee break. And then into the venue will come a number of local scientists who work in the area of AI for a question answered on AI and religion and Christianity. Another group we've worked with, has produced some resources for something that we call messy science. Now, in the UK, there's a very strong program called Messy Church, which is a way of doing church, for families with young children. And that involves some crafts, and making things. And what we realized was that actually, there are a number of children who are much happier to blow things up in science experiments, to make craft activities. And so we've we've created a book called Messy science, which is scientific experiments that you can do and as part of Messy Church, or indeed, that you can do for an all the family or all age worship on a Sunday, which involves some of the fun of science. Why, for instance, you can take a beaker full of water, and just put a piece of paper at the bottom of it, turn it over, and the water doesn't fall out most of the time. And so these kinds of things is about using the gifts and the passion and the interests of scientists. And I think you're right, like I think virtually every congregation has scientists or teachers of science or technology or engineering within it. But what we're not good at doing is affirming those gifts. So some of the churches I go to, if a young person says the Lord has called me to seminary or Bible college, the congregation will say hallelujah, they will bring that young person to the front. They will so we're going to pray and lay hands on you. And here's a big envelope with money in it to support your expenses. But if a young person in that same congregation says, I'm going to go and study chemistry, I wonder whether that congregation also brings the young person to the front, lay hands on them and gives them a big envelope to help them with their expenses. And I think that's about out, saying science as a gift from God. And to be a scientist is as much a vocation as it is to be a pastor, or to be a missionary. Zack Jackson 15:11 Wow. That is a that is profound. It's I don't think that any churches out there would affirm a child's choosing to become a scientist the way they would be so proud of our little, our little boy who's grown up to be a pastor, and we'd love to help you out in any way we can. But a scientist is essentially seeking out God in just empirical ways through the creation as opposed to David Wilkinson 15:40 theology, Kepler, the great astronomer, once said that science is thinking God's thoughts after him. And what a wonderful way of looking at the universe and that guy became a Christian at the age of 17, just before going up to university to study physics. And early in my Christian life, I kind of realized that if if I say that Jesus is the Lord, then he is Lord of all, not just what I do on a Sunday, but what I do in terms of my interest in mathematics and astrophysics. And so what does it mean to be disciple within that area, as well as what I do in terms of lifestyle with money and relationships, and all the rest of it. And I think that's an area that the church hasn't been good at, in an area that we can work out and help Christian leaders to see science as gift. And the responsibility that that brings. Zack Jackson 16:42 Yes, I wish that more churches had that kind of had that kind of understanding, you know, that that kind of heart and belief. But according to the research that you all have done. That was there was a paper that was published in zeigen, Journal of religion and science, recently, looking at the disconnect between religious leaders interest in science and their willingness to talk about it publicly. There were some very interesting findings in there, would you care to tell us a little bit about David Wilkinson 17:17 Yes, absolutely. And some things that surprised us. We wanted to serve a clergy first of all, and we surveyed about 1000 of them from all different churches and backgrounds. And one of the most surprising things was how often they find themselves talking about science, or engaging with people about science in their ministry. Now, we didn't expect that to be the case. Although looking back on my own ministry, I was a pastor for a decade, in full time, work leading a church. I remember, it was in Liverpool, just off Penny Lane for those who remember the Beatles. And we used to run a luncheon club, where, on a Wednesday lunchtime, we would gather together some elderly folk and provide them with a fairly basic but nutritious and wholesome lunch. And I remember going to a lady who was very elderly, and left school at the age of 14. And I would normally wander around and say hello to people. And I sat down at her table. And she looked at me and said, Now then David, she said, What's this Stephen Hawking and quantum gravity all about? And what does this mean for God? Now, I think sometimes we underestimate the kinds of questions that people have. And so we found that clergy were often addressing questions about the environment, questions about genetics, questions about what does it mean to be human? These big questions, and yet, often, they felt a little bit of a lack of confidence in engaging with these questions. And I think that partly comes from this conflict model, which is so embedded within Western tradition, which you found in the New Atheists. So for Richard Dawkins and others, you now find in many stand up comedians, who also represent the conflict model. But I think sometimes it's also about those subtle messages from the church that has said, Beware of science. And they've often coupled science with images of the Tower of Babel with trying to replace God or atheism. So I think we found that I think we also found and this is, this is something which really fascinated me. And that is the Sometimes the how why distinction becomes a avoidance mechanism for deeper theological questions. What I mean by that, is that when we talk about science and theology, and I often do this myself, we can talk about science about the how, and theology about the why, when it comes to the origin of the universe, for example, my area of, of work and science and, you know, quantum gravity, and is the how of God doing it. Questions of purpose and meaning or value is why, and that's a useful first order distinction. But we found that many senior church leaders were using it as a way to avoid some of the deeper questions. So if you use the how wide distinction, you can perhaps avoid the question, well, how does God really work in the universe? How does God work in healing in miracles in prayer? How is God involved in the laws of physics or not? Now, those can be quite scary questions to folk. But they're important questions for many people. And then I think we I think the third thing that we found was sometimes this fear of certain ways that science has been used, protect, particularly when it comes to theories of evolution. So although there was an openness to assessing scientific theories, there was a sense of those who have used the post Darwinian controversies to argue against Christianity, and to use some scientific theories and evolution and sociobiology. Sometimes I used to argue that once you have a scientific understanding of something, it's nothing but that. So religion could be seen and the way that it's developed, and its socio biological, biological origin. But then that quick move to say, and that's all it is. That's the mistake. So those are some of the things that came out of the research. Zack Jackson 22:23 So I hear the the one idea that science provides the nuts and bolts the understanding of how things work, and religion then gives it the meaning, right, I've heard the illustration that you can learn all you can about the molecular makeup of a chocolate cake, and you can know all about its compounds, but no part of the science can tell you that it's a birthday cake, I'm sorry, that that that then has to come from the meaning. And then I also hear you mentioning, sort of at the end there about the God of the gaps that God develops as a way of explaining the things that we don't understand and has a way of helping us to sleep at night. Giving us a sense of control over the crops, as it were or the movement of the stars and the future and helping us to be less afraid. And as science then explains all of those things, then God gets smaller and smaller and smaller. And that model is just created in such a way that it eliminates itself. It does. And both of those two ways of understanding God are so prevalent, and they both are so limiting. What how do you how do you navigate this world? How do you hold both your faith and your understanding of science in intention in tandem? David Wilkinson 23:47 Yeah. And the sack you've put your finger on it? I think and it's a question that goes back to an old book written by Jeb Phillips, many years ago, which was a book with the title your God is too small. You see, the problem with with God of the Gaps is, as you rightly said, God is too small. And the God that I see in Jesus is not a God who hides in small gaps of scientific ignorance. This is the Lord of all, who is the one who sustains every physical process within the universe. So for me, God is the Creator and Sustainer of the laws of physics. That's the first thing to say. I think secondly, God is big enough that he can sometimes do unusual things, beyond his normal ways of working. And therefore, both as a scientist and a theologian, I'm open to miracle. I'm open to God doing unusual things because I think God is big enough to to go beyond his normal ways of working and special prayer. Within SOS special events, I think the third thing that really helps me to navigate some of this sack is going back to Jesus time and time again. I remember, as a young research student, I've been on a conference in the middle of the summer in the University of Brighton, and Sussex and England. And we were the only people in the university, a group of 40, astrophysics PhD students. And there was only one pub. And so every evening we'd all end up in the same pub. And I remember sitting down with a with a colleague, very, very bright astrophysicist, who within half an hour, had proved to me that God didn't exist. I mean, he just argued against with all the classic arguments against the existence of God. And I remember wandering back to, to the small bedroom I had, and and thinking, Well, you know, I've only been a Christian two or three years. This guy's convinced me that the intellectual argumentation means that God doesn't exist, what am I going to do? And it was that point that by, by my bed on the bedside table was a Bible. I just opened the Bible, and I read again, the Gospels, and I become a Christian, because I'd seen in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, God Himself walk in the pages of history. And there are many questions that I don't have the answers to, there are many intellectual conundrums about the problem of evil, or about how does God actually work in the world, which I don't have easy, simplistic philosophical answers to. But what I see in Jesus is a God who becomes a human being and lives amongst us, in the space time history, a God who participates in the consequences of suffering and evil, he bears them as well as I do. A God who gives me hope, in terms of bodily resurrection, going beyond our normal accepted patterns of what's possible in the world. And a God who actually has a historical record in Palestine, that you and I can sit down and discuss, we might not come to similar conclusions about it. But the data is there for us to discuss it. And so my understanding of science and theology is never simply what we might call the old, big arguments for the existence of God, the design argument, or the First Cause Argument, if I'm authentically Christian, then I have to bring into the conversation. God who reveals Himself in Jesus. And that's been an important part of, of my journey in trying to navigate some of these difficult questions. Zack Jackson 28:14 As a pastor for the past eight and a half years, I not only get questions, nearly weekly, from, especially from the conference, and these teenagers who are thinking through these things in school, but also the adults I, I feel questions from my colleagues almost constantly, who likewise have people asking these questions, and they do not feel equipped to answer them. And so they, they give them you know, shrug shoulders, and I'm sorry, this is just what I believe I'll try to find resources for you. And one of the things that comes up quite often is miracles, when it seemingly when God breaks the rules, yeah. Because even if somebody who values God and values science, they will often just find naturalistic explanations for things. I mean, famously, Thomas Jefferson cut out all of the references of, of miracles in his Bible, and it was much smaller at that point. You know, for example, that if we believe that Jesus in the wedding in Cana and the book of John turned water into wine, using natural processes, I mean, just the fusion of atoms would have created so much energy, it would have leveled all of the Middle East, you know, in a nuclear explosion, and clearly that did not happen. So, either there was a sort of social miracle in which Jesus inspired people to run out to the liquor store, or there is something else happening something super natural. You've done a little bit of work into into miracles and what happens in prayer and things like that. Do you have any insights that you could offer to As clergy out there, David Wilkinson 30:01 well, I have some insights, whether they're useful or not is another question. Zack Jackson 30:07 Oh, the story of my life, I'll put that on my tombstone. David Wilkinson 30:11 I think the first thing to say is that I want to take the gospel writers seriously. And I think sometimes Western scholarship has been rather patronizing to the writers of the Gospel by saying that they simply have rewritten the stories of social miracles, in terms of supernatural miracles, you know, and so, even more extreme would be those who've written that Jesus walking on the waters was actually because he was on a sand bank at the time. Well, I mean, you know, fishermen would know where the sand banks would be, and things of that sort, I think, the Gospel writers are being authentic in terms of what they believed, and I want to take that seriously. And then secondly, there is a granularity about some of the gospel reports, which suggests to me that they aren't simply made up to express theological truth about Jesus. So for instance, you mentioned the wedding at Cana, one of the one of the extraordinary things about that miracle is that Jesus turned between 120 gallons, 280 gallons of water into wine. Now, that that's, that's not the kind of usual detail that you would expect, in terms of if you'd simply wanted a miracle of water into wine, there's something really quite extraordinary about that unexpected about it. And I think there are a number of the miracle stories which just have that ring of truth about them. Now, that's the biblical scholarship at one level, which I think is important for us to do. I think then, as a scientist, I want to come with a number of convictions. The first is that 20th century physics tells us that the universe is far more subtle, and subtle than we ever imagined it to be. We live with the legacy of Isaac Newton's clockwork universe, where the universe is picture herbal, and predictable. And so the transformation of God has rules which he can't break, is based on that clockwork universe. But in the 20th century, as you well know, quantum theory, and then chaotic or complex systems, like the weather, we discovered that actually, the universe is not as picture trouble or as predictable as that clockwork universe was. Now, I don't want to push that too far to say, well, this is where God works in quantum systems. But I do want to take seriously as John Polkinghorne used to say, these things remind us of the danger of the tyranny of model of common sense. Our everyday experience and common sense isn't a good guide to the way the universe actually is, or indeed how God might work in the universe. And then I think coming back to that sense of the God who created the laws, has agency to work in through and beyond the laws is a very important theological question. And that maintaining of some limited agency, for God to work means that, that I'm open to God work in unusual ways. Now, all of that is not to say that I don't think there's an interesting question, as a scientist about where the energy comes from. I want to ask that question. And as a scientist, I want to say, when people claim evidence for healing, or evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, what is that evidence? And let's have an honest and serious conversation about it. I think that's important. But I don't think that all of those things need to be talked about in the round. I don't think that one of these things rules out the possibility of miracles. And so I know that's a very long answer to a very succinct question. But I think sometimes we get ourselves fascinated with wanting to give one line answers to actually very difficult questions. And one of the real problems of miracle for me, is actually not besides The real problem of miracle for me is, if God can work by miracle, why can't he do it more often? And in more serious ways, you know, so the Christian who says, I drove to the supermarket, and it was raining, and there was no parking spaces. But I prayed to the Lord, and suddenly a parking space was there for me. Now, apparently, I want to say to that Christian sister or brother, well, wonderful. But, Lord, why provide a parking space when actually, you know for that particular sister or brother, they could have done with a little extra walk, compared to what's happening with COVID? Or what's happening in Ukraine? And that's the problem of evil. And sec, I don't have any real answer to that. That's one of the big questions that I have. For when I see the Lord face to face. But I'm not prepared to reject the biblical evidence or the scientific openness. Because I can't fully understand the problem of evil, but I want to take it seriously. Zack Jackson 36:16 That is a fantastic point. I think our anyone out there who's a religious leader has probably heard that second argument far more, you know, you hear stories of healing, and then I prayed for my mother to be healed and she wasn't healed. And then, then you have, you know, is the problem, my fate? Did I not pray properly? Did does, am I not favored by God? David Wilkinson 36:41 And that's profound, profound, isn't it and that, and what that means, and that's where, for me, the what I sometimes call the messiness of the Bible, is really important. Because, you know, we have instances within the Bible itself, when Paul, for example, prays three times, about this thorn in the flesh that he has, and he's not healed. When, when we have this unusual incident of when Jesus is called by Mary and Martha, that his friend Lazarus is sick. And Jesus didn't immediately go and heal Lazarus. There's indications in Mark's gospel of times when the whole town or village were brought for healing. And Mark says, many of them were healed, not all of them. Now, that for me actually embeds this problem, not just in our experience, but there is a mystery going on within scripture itself. And, and the thing with Scripture is, it doesn't always give us the answer. I mean, I would love it. If Paul had provided not yet another letter, but a chapter entitled frequently asked questions. been brilliant. The apostle Paul had had a chapter on frequently answered questions, asked questions. And, and one of them would be the problem of evil. But of course, Scripture works often in narratives, in telling of testimony of story. And it's not the place where we get easy answers and philosophical theology. But it's important that our philosophical theology takes those stories seriously. Zack Jackson 38:42 I can't imagine Paul trying to succinctly answer any question. Yes, let's say this is the man who spoke for so long that a boy fell asleep and fell out a window. Which, by the way, you know, he was able to raise this child back from the dead, but couldn't cure his own problem. preacher once told me that Lazarus still died. Yes. And that that sticks with me anytime I think about miracles. So aside from that, aside from the miracles, what do you think it's important that religious leaders should understand and, and in terms of science, and how can they possibly keep up with all of the new research not being scientists themselves? David Wilkinson 39:34 I think both of those questions are really important. So let me take the second one. First, I'll come back to the first one. I don't think this is about equipping Christian leaders in terms of knowledge of science. I think this is about changing attitudes. So that as new science comes about, new discoveries are made new questions arise. Most religious leaders can encounter it, not with fear. But with a sense of, first of all, that this doesn't undermine faith. And second, that they already have resources within their own congregations that can help them. And we've talked already about the role and the vocation of those who are lay Christians and scientists. This is a terrific resource that God has given to every church leader from, you know, teenagers who are fascinated with the questions of science through to those who are at cutting edge research level. And so part of I think the change in attitudes, is that the church leader begins to see that ministry in this area is not just about them. But it's about the body of Christ together, relating to some of these questions. But in order to access that the initial response to science has to be changed away from fear into a humble listening to what's going on. Now, I think, to come back to the to the first question, I think, then there are some big questions for the next decade. And I think one of the biggest questions, which you and I have talked about before, is the question of what it means to be human. You know, I think we've gone through some of the interest and some of the big questions about origins, Big Bang, evolution, those types of questions, Christians still have different views on them. And we'll still keep continuing talking about them. But the central question of what it means to be human, I think is going to be highlighted in lots of different ways. For example, will artificial intelligence become conscious at some stage? If we discover extraterrestrial intelligence? What does that mean for human beings? The mind brain relationship, as we know more about what the relationship between mind and brain is all about? What does that mean, to be human? And, you know, even the Human Genome Project, that if I share 67% of my genes with cauliflower, which you can probably tell by looking at me, then, where's the distinction and being human? Now, I think, in lots of different ways in medical science through to what the James Webb Telescope is going to produce. That question of what it means to be human, is a central question for culture, for society, and for theology. Now, I think the great thing about the Christian faith for me, is that actually the question what it means to be human is a central theological question. It's been explored by generations of theologians down the ages. And one of the fascinating things for me is that it's not defined in the Christian tradition, by what I'm made of. It's defined by who I'm related to. So for me, the question of what it means to be human is a gift from God, a gift of intimate relationship, a gift of responsibility, a gift of creativity. So that to be human is not undermined by better understandings of what I'm physically made of, or that there may be other forms of consciousness out there. But that actually, what defines me as unique as a human being, is that God loves me. And God wants to be in relationship with me. And that may not be exclusive. In her there may be other intelligent beings elsewhere in the universe, who knows. But I don't think that's a threat to that central understanding of what it means to be human, or the kind of the shorthand that we use as theologians been made in the image of God. Zack Jackson 44:34 That's beautiful. I, I'm so fascinated by the relationality of the cosmos, that we identify ourselves as a human by our relationship to each other, but we see it down to the fundamental level that 91% of the mass of the nucleus of an atom comes not from the proton and the neutron but from the forces that are generated by their interaction, and everything down to the fundamental Fields up until the galaxy clusters only exist in relation to one another. And if I mean, obviously, I'm, I'm imposing some of the meaning that from being a relational primate primates into the, into the cosmos, but you almost can't help but see the, the, the brushstrokes of a relational creator, in the fact that everything only exists in relation to each other. I David Wilkinson 45:34 think that's right. Second, I mean, let me let me confess to you and to the listeners, that when I was trained first, as a, as a physicist, I thought that physics was the only true science, that chemistry, chemistry was for people who couldn't do physics, biology was for people who couldn't do chemistry. And I won't tell you what I thought of sociology. Now, now, of course, I have repented of such things. Zack Jackson 46:03 For example, other mathematicians out there, for exactly David Wilkinson 46:07 the reason that you've said that when atoms get together in relationship to four molecules, then a new series and levels of reality occurs, which is called chemistry. When those molecules get together and form living beings, a new level of biology emerges. And when human beings get together, a new level, which can only be studied by sociology emerges. And that's that emergent relationality, which you've talked about. And that reminds me as a physicist, that the universe cannot be simply reduced to its constituent parts, you have got to understand its constituent parts, but you can only understand them fully, when you understand the relationality between them, which is exactly the point that you beautifully made. Zack Jackson 47:05 Well, thank you, thank you for the relational work that you're doing. And for that, being at the heart of your mission, understanding that it's not enough to just simply give information to clergy and to scientists, but to build relationships of understanding and mutuality. And that's, that is certainly how we interact. So for all the work that you're doing, through the foundation, through your your writings, and through, you know, the work you do at the college, thank you for for your life's work you're doing, you're doing really important work. And as we kind of ended our time together. Is there anything else that you would like our listeners to know, to take away from this conversation? I've David Wilkinson 47:50 I've enjoyed the conversation immensely. Of course, I think it's important to say one of the fascinating things for me, as always, anything that one is able to achieve as an individual is only as strong as the team that you work with. And one of the great things about the work that we've been doing here in the UK is a combination of collaborations and partnerships between different universities and the Church of England. And the quality of the colleagues that that I work with, who involve scientists, theologians, sociologists, historians. And that's a very important part of understanding science. Science doesn't exist in a pure scientific vacuum. It comes with history that comes with philosophy. Indeed, it's framed for me by theology. And so as we work together, across different disciplines, so our understanding of these things becomes much, much richer. And the problem of divorcing the church from science is partly the way that our culture has divorced arts and humanities, from science. And I think particularly in the UK, that's been the case. And so part of this is a bigger cultural issue, which is valuing all types of human knowledge and how we interact together and learn more as community together. But thank you, Zack, I've really enjoyed this. It's a delight. What a wonderful podcast you doing. And thanks for for the time this afternoon. Zack Jackson 49:35 Absolutely, and if any of our listeners out there are interested in learning more, they can go to E c l a s project.org. There's will be a link in the description if you'd like to learn more about what the equipping Christian leadership in an age of science is doing. There's plenty of videos from your previous conference, there's articles, there are links of places to get involved and to learn more and to help help equip you to do this very important work out in the world. You can also listen to any one of the 100 or so episodes of the podcast previously. We've where we've talked about a lot of these issues more in depth. So, again, thank you, David, for being here. And I wish all the best in all of your future endeavors. David Wilkinson 50:20 Thank you very much.
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Hey Changemakers! Join us and Zanagee Artis and Emma Grace Wilkinson, two young climate justice activists who undertook an extraordinary journey to Antarctica, a journey sponsored by Global Choices and Vivobarefoot and guided by Robert Swan OBE (the first person in history to walk to both poles). In this episode, they share how they spent their days discovering the truths of Antarctica and share their experiences and knowledge about the threats climate change possess to Antarctica. Stay tuned for future episodes! Check out: Emma Grace Wilkinson's Instagram: (@) emmagracewilkinson Emma Grace Wilkinson's Twitter: emmagwilkinson Zanagee Artis's Instagram: (@) nageeartis Zanagee Artis's Twitter: ZanageeArtis Zanagee Artis's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/zanagee-artis Global Choices' Website: https://www.globalchoices.org/ Global Choices' Instagram: gcarcticangels EarthBurned Instagram: (@)earthburned EarthBurned Twitter: (@)BurnedEarth EarthBurned Webpage: EarthBurned
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The Herle Burly was created by Air Quotes Media with support from our presenting sponsor TELUS, as well as CN Rail. Welcome back, for his second appearance on The Herle Burly, Minister Jonathan Wilkinson. First elected in 2015, Mr. Wilkinson has served Canadians as Minister of Fisheries, Oceans. And the last time the minister was on the pod, back in February 2021, it was in his capacity as Minister of the Environment and Climate Change. Subsequent to the last election, he was appointed Minister of Natural Resources at the end of October. So today we're going to talk more about climate change, the path to net-zero and to 1.5-2 degrees, and the natural resource sector's role in those objectives and outcomes.Thank you for joining us on #TheHerleBurly podcast. Please take a moment to give us a rating and review on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.Watch conversations from The Herle Burly on YouTube.
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‘Culture', toxic or otherwise, is invoked almost daily in sports. Like a collective mood, it is easily named but much more difficult to manage- let alone improve. Rhian Wilkinson, the new coach of the Portland Thorns, has managed to do both those things. She inherited a club that had recently endured a blistering abuse scandal. Turning that culture around is an ongoing success story, and it's by no means the only problematic situation Wilkinson has confronted in her long career. In a wide-ranging chat about her Soccer experiences in England, Wales, Norway, the U.S.A., and here in Canada (as a player on the groundbreaking national teams of 2012 and 2016), Wilkinson shares lessons learned from grassroots to elite teams. Anastasia leads Wilkinson back to England, where the younger player had to deal with boys who never passed the ball to their obviously gifted teammate. The talk moves through her national team years, when some coaching advice brought on uncomfortably necessary introspection. And jumps ahead to where Wilkinson coaches now, at the epicenter of the North American women's game. Are the Thorns the picture of a healthy team culture? G.M. Karina LeBlanc's toddler is a regular visitor in the locker room. And there are more team mate's babies on the way. A distraction in the clubhouse ? Au contraire. The team are defending league champions, and it's exactly for those little ones that Wilkinson is laying down a winning culture today. Looking closely at the unprecedented international successes for the Canadian men and women's teams, Wilkinson traces a direct line of winning ways and leadership back a decade to her teammates and then coach John Herdman. She names names- and describes how individuals from the class of 2012 have gone on to change soccer culture (there's that word again- and she does not use it casually) for the better, wherever they landed. It's the last podcast of a double season- two Olympics in the same year will do that! Anastasia is recharging her audio recording gear and POV will be back later in the summer.
#031 - If you have a smartphone, you're probably using a variety of mobile apps on a daily basis. We use apps like Facebook, email, text messaging, music and so much more - there's an app out there for virtually everything! Meet India Wilkinson, an everyday equestrian and horse owner whose business concept began with a dream to create a better place to buy and sell horses online. India takes us through her own horse shopping journey that had her driving from state to state searching for the perfect horse, only to become increasingly frustrated at the lack of ability to search through online listings in an effective manner.You'll learn:The minimum amount of money needed to hire an app developer if you aren't doing it yourselfWhy finding a US-based developer was important to India even though it was more expensiveThe importance of continuing to connect with your audience while taking notes on what they need and are asking from youTune in to hear everything India has learned through the development of her buy/sell/search app, Mane Street Market, along with tips to help you determine if developing an app is the right move for you.Connect with India Wilkinson & download the Mane Street Market app:Website: manestreetmarket.comInstagram: @manestreetmarketFacebook: /manestreetmarket*********This episode is brought to you by GGT Footing, offering world-class footing blends for every arena and discipline. Whether you are in need of an arena makeover or you just need to freshen up your footing, GGT's expert team can help you design exactly what you need. Learn more at ggtfooting.com.*********CREDITS:Host - Mandee FlandersEditor - Victoria BrockSponsor - GGT FootingIf you're enjoying the podcast, join The Leadline Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded equine business owners and learn more about online workshops, upcoming events, and networking opportunities. Show notes and additional information are available at www.theleadlinepodcast.com. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)
Sunday, 24 April 2022 till another king arose who did not know Joseph. Acts 7:18 As was noted in the previous verse, it said that “when the time of promise drew near which God had sworn to Abraham, the people grew and multiplied in Egypt.” From there, and in accord with the detailed narrative of Exodus, Stephen continues by saying, “till another king arose.” The identity of this king is debated, even today. In his commentary, Albert Barnes gives some possibilities – “It has commonly been supposed to have been the celebrated Rameses, the sixth king of the eighteenth dynasty, and the event is supposed to have occurred about 1559 years before the Christian era. M. Champollion supposes that his name was Mandonei, whose reign commenced in 1585 b.c., and ended 1565 years before Christ (Essay on the Hieroglyphic System, p. 94, 95). Sir Jas. G. Wilkinson supposes that it was Amosis, or Ames, the ‘first' king of the eighteenth dynasty (Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, vol. 1, pp. 42, 2nd ed.). ‘The present knowledge of Egyptian history is too imperfect to enable us to determine this point' (Prof. Hackett).” Though the history of Egyptian rulers is much more fully known today, there is still debate on who the king was. Much of this depends on a person's view of when the events of the biblical narrative actually took place. Regardless of this, it is relevant to understand that the word translated as “another” signifies another of a different kind. HELPS Word Studies defines it as, “héteros (‘another but distinct in kind') stands in contrast to /állos (‘another of the same kind'). ... [it] ‘emphasizes it is qualitatively different from its counterpart (comparison).'” As such, this is a king, meaning a Pharaoh, that is distinctly different from the one that had previously ruled. Pharaoh at Joseph's time was accommodating to the Israelites. However, and as will be noted by Stephen, this one will not be. That begins to be reflected in the next words, saying, “who did not know Joseph.” The idea here could be either figurative or literal. If literal, it would mean he was unaware of the rule of the previous Pharaoh. This is unlikely as historical records would have been kept, and there was only a period of sixty-four years from the death of Joseph until the time of the birth of Moses. What is more likely is that the word “know” is to be taken figuratively, as the word in Hebrew, yada, is often used. The Greek word used here, eidó, can also be used in a figurative sense. As such, it would mean that he did not recognize, or care about, the type of rule the previous Pharaoh acknowledged. In other words, and as a suitable example, the founding fathers of the US had a certain type of rule which guided them. It was based on morality, Christian principles, personal industry and accountability, limited government, and so on. To sum them up, we might say, “Men of character.” In contrast to that, one could name any modern democrat president and say he does not “know” or “care about” the type of leaders of the past. Instead, their decisions are based on perversion, anti-Christian principles, collectivism, no accountability for criminal behavior, government control, and so on. To sum them up, we might note them as “Moral minuscules.” This is the type of contrast seen between the two kings. As such, there will be a completely different type of rule over his kingdom. The verse now quoted by Stephen comes from Exodus 1:8 – “Now there arose a new king over Egypt, who did not know Joseph.” Life application: Because the commentary above touched upon the thought of good leaders and crummy ones, it is worth noting that if you live in a country where you have a right to vote, when you fail to do so and you then have a crummy leader elected over you (at whatever level of government), you are part of the problem. In the end, you have only yourself to blame for not being an active participant in the process which you have a right and a duty to engage in. And more, by withholding one's vote, that person is – by default – supporting whoever the elected official will be. It is worthy to note the words of James in such a situation – “Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin.” James 4:17 It is reasonable to assume that through inaction, the one who does not work against the wicked, when he has the opportunity to do so, will be held accountable for his chosen path. It is a sobering thing to consider when human life, personal property, and common morality are at stake. Take time to consider this and work to correct that which is evil by exercising your vote. If your candidate loses, it does not mean you didn't try. Your efforts may have not succeeded, but they were also not in vain. Lord God, how we would love to return to the days of sanity in government and morality within our society. And maybe it will happen. Or it may be that the country in which we live is destined to become as corrupt as the world before the flood. We are almost there already, for sure. No matter what, may we be willing to work against the rising tide of wickedness while we are able. Amen.
In this latest episode of Talk Timbers, hosts Judah Newby, Jake Zivin and Liam Ridgewell welcome Timbers President of Soccer Gavin Wilkinson to discuss the the Timbers U15 Academy team's inspiring win in the 2022 Generation adidas Cup final in Texas and what it means to the club as well as share information about the PTFC for Peace charity match with both Timbers and Thorns players. Wilkinson is also interviewed about how the Timbers season has gone to date and potential signings on the horizon. Finally, Judah, Jake and Liam recap the Timbers' 0-0 draw with Houston and preview the upcoming home match against Real Salt Lake.
This week our guest is the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Natural Resources.The Canadian federal government has recently released some important energy and climate policy, including the 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan and the Canadian Federal Budget 2022.Here are some of the questions Peter and Jackie asked Minister Wilkinson: How achievable is Canada's greenhouse gas reduction goal of a 40 to 45 percent reduction by 2030? What has been the response to the plan from corporate Canada? What is the reaction to the CCS tax credit and what are the remaining barriers for projects moving ahead? With Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the resulting energy price shock, is Canada prepared to increase hydrocarbon supplies? It takes a long time to build large energy projects in Canada, how can we move faster? What is the future of critical minerals and hydrogen in Canada? Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/
Welcome to episode seven of "The Enneagram" series! In today's episode I will lead you through a positive affirmation perfectly suited for Enneagram 7's and have a conversation with Abby Wilkinson about navigating motherhood as an Enneagram 7. -MM **Abby's Resource: The Enneagram Type 7: The Entertaining Optimist (The Enneagram Collection) by Beth McCord --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindfulmotherhood/support
#031 - If you have a smartphone, you're probably using a variety of mobile apps on a daily basis. We use apps like Facebook, email, text messaging, music and so much more - there's an app out there for virtually everything! Meet India Wilkinson, an everyday equestrian and horse owner whose business concept began with a dream to create a better place to buy and sell horses online. India takes us through her own horse shopping journey that had her driving from state to state searching for the perfect horse, only to become increasingly frustrated at the lack of ability to search through online listings in an effective manner. You'll learn:The minimum amount of money needed to hire an app developer if you aren't doing it yourselfWhy finding a US-based developer was important to India even though it was more expensive The importance of continuing to connect with your audience while taking notes on what they need and are asking from youTune in to hear everything India has learned through the development of her buy/sell/search app, Mane Street Market, along with tips to help you determine if developing an app is the right move for you.Connect with India Wilkinson & download the Mane Street Market app:Website: manestreetmarket.comInstagram: @manestreetmarketFacebook: /manestreetmarket*********This episode is brought to you by GGT Footing, offering world-class footing blends for every arena and discipline. Whether you are in need of an arena makeover or you just need to freshen up your footing, GGT's expert team can help you design exactly what you need. Learn more at ggtfooting.com.*********CREDITS:Host - Mandee FlandersEditor - Victoria BrockSponsor - GGT FootingIf you're enjoying the podcast, join The Leadline Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded equine business owners and learn more about online workshops, upcoming events, and networking opportunities. Show notes and additional information are available at www.theleadlinepodcast.com.
Happy Easter! To celebrate, we have a special episode on the magic of the wildlife on our doorstep. 83% of us live in urban areas and are surrounded by myriad known and not-so-well known wildlife wonders including birds, insects, hedgehogs and yes, foxes and rats. But our furry and flying city-dwellers are vital to our ecosystems, and there are untold joys and benefits of paying more attention to them, so says author of Wild City, Florence Wilkinson and the one and only David Lindo, also known as the Urban Birder, who joined Ed and Geoff this week. Find out why foxes are causing Ed a headache and birds are staying away from Geoff's garden. Email your comments, questions and episode ideas to email@example.com or at www.cheerfulpodcast.com and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Der Krieg in der Ukraine stellt auch die Frage nach der Energieversorgung. Angesichts der Abhängigkeit von russischem Gas erscheint die Atomenergie wieder als eine Option. Was spricht aus wissenschaftlicher Sicht für einen Wiedereinstieg aus der Atomausstieg, was dagegen? Eigentlich hatte Deutschland beschlossen, bis Ende des Jahres die letzten Atomkraftwerke endgültig abzuschalten. Nun aber wird nicht mehr nur erwogen, die drei verbliebenen Atomkaftwerke weiter zu betreiben, sondern auch, bereits heruntergefahrene wieder hochzufahren. Nur mit Atomenergie könnte die Stromversorgung in Deutschland gesichert werden, sagen die Befürworter der Kernenergie. Die Gegner verweisen auf das noch immer ungeklärte Problem des anfallenden Atommülls. Wissenschaftsjournalistin Yasmin Appelhans erzählt im Gespräch mit Host Maja Bahtijarević, was sich bei diesem Thema in den vergangenen Jahren getan hat. Sie zählt außerdem auf, welche wirtschaftlichen Folgen eine Laufzeitverlängerung hätte, und erklärt, was die Farbe von Katzenfell mit allem zu tun hat. DIE HINTERGRUNDINFORMATIONEN • Wie hoch ist die Ortsdosisleistung an meinem Wohnort? Live Daten der Messungen des Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutz einsehen ׀ ODL-Info Radioaktivität in Deutschland des BfS, https://odlinfo.bfs.de/ODL/DE/home/home_node.html • Treibhausgasemissionen von Atomenergie. Wie klimafreundlich ist Atomstrom wirklich? ׀ Fritsche et al. (2007): Treibhausgasemissionen und Vermeidungskosten der nuklearen, fossilen und erneuerbaren Strombereitstellung, Publikation des Öko-Institut e.V., https://www.oeko.de/publikationen/p-details/treibhausgasemissionen-und-vermeidungskosten-der-nuklearen-fossilen-und-erneuerbaren-strombereitste/ • Atomenergie ist nicht die Lösung für den Klimawandel ׀ Muellner et al. (2021): Nuclear energy - The solution to climate change?, erschienen in Energy Transitions, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301421521002330 • Die Geschichte der Atomsemiotik - Wie verhindern, dass spätere Generationen den Atomabfall wieder ausgraben? ׀ Gast (2012): Ein Warnschild ohne Halbwertszeit, erschienen bei Spektrum der Wissenschaft, https://www.spektrum.de/news/ein-warnschild-ohne-halbwertszeit/1160215 • Atomenergie weltweit im Jahr 2022 ׀ Informationen der Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS), https://www.grs.de/de/aktuelles/kernenergie-weltweit-2022 • Was und wie sicher sind Small Modular Reactors - SMR ׀ Informationen der Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS), https://www.grs.de/de/aktuelles/kernkraftwerke-im-kleinformat-was-steckt-hinter-smr-konzepten • Das Risikoprofil von Atomenergie im Vergleich ׀ Savocool et al. (2016): Balancing safety with sustainability: assessing the risk of accidents for modern low-carbon energy systems, erschienen in Journal of cleaner production, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0959652615009877 • Gesundheitskosten von Atomenergie im Vergleich ׀ Markandya & Wilkinson (2007): Electricity generation and health, erschienen in The Lancet, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0140673607612537
On the latest episode of Soccer Made in Portland, Portland Timbers general manager Gavin Wilkinson joins the show to discuss the club's handling of the Andy Polo situation, the Timbers' on-field product, MLS officiating, and what roster moves fans might expect in the coming weeks.Hosts Ryan Clarke and Chris Rifer break down the latest match for the Timbers — a 3-2 win on the road at Vancouver — and Clarke reflects on his Vancouver experience (mainly the food) while recounting the atmosphere at BC Place on a historic night for Canada soccer.Timestamps:(0:00 - 29:00) Gavin Wilkinson interview(30:00 - 35:00) Trip to Vancouver, multiple Thorns honored by Canada WNT(36:00 - 57:00) State of the Timbers after a 3-2 win over the Whitecaps(57:00 - 1:01) Two hat-tricks in one day for Thorns stars See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
At some point in our lives we'll lose someone or something that defines our very being. How we respond to that loss will test our character to its foundation.Sara Wilkinson lost her husband when he died by suicide in 2018. Navy SEAL Chad Wilkinson was one of our nation's finest Special Operators, having served 21 years in the Navy, with many of those on Seal Team 6. Sara joined host Fran Racioppi to share the love story between her and Chad, reducing the stigmas around Veteran suicide, what it takes to serve as a military spouse and the Chad1000X WOD. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website.Highlights:-Sara and Chad met in high school and continued their love story through college and a long distance relationship.-We are wired to do exactly what we want to do. Sara discusses Chad's calling to the Navy SEALS and his love for the unit and service. -Sara explains how military spouses must be fearless, independent and resilient.-Operator Syndrome and the continuous drive of elite performers to compartmentalize suffering and pain is both necessary for success but detrimental to their health.-Why we need to change the language and stigma around death by suicide.-Chad suffered from Interface Astroglial Scarring which contributed to Post Traumatic Stress.-Sara's advice to military spouses and the spouse's role as a first responder in the health of the service member.-The CrossFit community is life changing for many as shared suffering develops the habits to improve both mental and physical fitness.-Chad1000X is the WOD tribute to Chad Wilkinson; Fran challenges Sara to join him in completing the workout together at Sandlot Jax. -Sara defines “Live Big” and talks about this year's Boston Frogman Swim June 12. Quotes:-”He had this blue collared shirt on. I saw his profile. I was done.”-”I think you have to be incredibly independent because you are going to spend an exorbitant amount of time alone.”-You have to be “fearless because your person is gonna be gone and you're not going to know what they're doing.”-“Resilient because you have to go through all these hardships on a daily basis and keep pushing yourself forward regardless.”-”People commit burglary. People commit murder. People do not commit suicide. People die by suicide.”-”If you've made the decision to marry this person you love, who's an operator for 20 years serving our country, your job is to safeguard his health whether you realize it or not…If you see something, say something.”-”If you doubt me then I am 100% gonna do it, just to prove to you that I can do it.” -“If you are a very good CrossFit trainer it means you are designed with the unique ability to allow others to find the best within themselves.”-”Anyone can do this workout…but you do have to have a little bit of grit.”-“For me, living big means not holding back.”Sara's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Write because the written word is powerful-Exercise-Ride my skateboard to feel freeThis episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's, 18A Fitness, Analytix Solutions and The Readiness Collective.
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Lana Wilkinson is a highly regarded Stylist, shoe designer and Fashion Icon. Lana's distinct style and love of fashion has quickly progressed her into becoming one of Australia's leading celebrity stylists for the likes of Ruby Rose, Rebecca Judd, Megan Gale, Sofia Ritchie, The Veronicas and Nadia Bartel. She knows the power of fashion and style when it comes to reinventing an image and turning a red carpet moment into an expression of confidence. In this episode, Lana shares her own experience of working with celebrities to make sure that what's on the outside reflects the growth, power and life force they carry within no matter their age. She explains how anyone can enhance their own style to best project their personality and to own their story and how she guides her clients to enhance a youthful, adventurous and more confident self in any situation. Listen to the full podcast here: https://omny.fm/shows/ageless-by-rescu/lana-wilkinson-highlights-season-1 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Recorded 2022-04-09 17:22:46 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Wilkinson - Automatic* Calyx - A Day That Never Comes (Feat. Teebee)* DC Breaks - Faithless (Feat. Bianca)* S.P.Y - See The Light* The Clamps - Perception* Nais - Soul Resonance* Fred V & Grafix - Minor Happy* Chromatic - Marrakech (Feat. Soul Intent)* Camo & Krooked - Black Or White (Feat. Tasha Baxter)* Shiken Hanzo - Inner Fear* Nickbee - Mars* Neurosplit - Apatia* Outer Mass - King* Pendulum - Still Grey* Dub Elements - Black Fog* Dizkret - Progress* Culture Shock - Tangents* Boston - Conscious* Kove - Still High* Villem & McLeod - Get To Know (Feat. Riya)* Hybrid Minds - Starlet (Phil Tangent Remix)* DLR - The Grip (Feat. Ant TC1)* Maduk - Don't Forget* Emperor - Thunder (Feat. MC Fats)* June Miller - Reach Out (Feat. MVE)* GEST - Huaxi* Fourward - Free Your Mind From Me* Camo & Krooked - Afterlife (BCee Remix)* 3LAU - Tokyo (Feat. XIRA) [Monrroe Remix]* Sato - Detroit Lies Bleeding (Phobia Remix)* Dezza - Apparition (Monrroe Remix)* Fullalove - Waiting (Henry Remix)* Fred V & Grafix - Ultraviolet (S.P.Y Remix)* Wilkinson - Too Close (Feat. Detour City) [Frankee Remix]* Sub Focus & Wilkinson - Freedom (Sub Focus, Wilkinson & High Contrast Remix)* Rene LaVice - Tap Dat* Intraspekt - Moody* Amoss - Throwback* Memtrix - Black Moon* Emperor - Dispositions (Feat. Peta Oneir)* Agressor Bunx - Ninja * Freek - Born Different* Apex - The Yearning [VIP]* EBK - Mud* Frankee - Wonderland* Wilkinson - Half Light (Feat. Tom Cane)* Tom Walker - Not Giving In (Fred V Remix)* N.Phect & Fourward - Without Your Touch* Frankee - Deep Down (Feat. Caan)* Evol Intent - Revolt * Spor - Levitate (Feat. Ewun & Evol Intent)* Michas Rapf - Lacrimosa* Metrik - Freefall (Feat. Reija Lee) [VIP]Tracklisting:* Wilkinson - Automatic* Calyx - A Day That Never Comes (Feat. Teebee)* DC Breaks - Faithless (Feat. Bianca)* S.P.Y - See The Light* The Clamps - Perception* Nais - Soul Resonance* Fred V & Grafix - Minor Happy* Chromatic - Marrakech (Feat. Soul Intent)* Camo & Krooked - Black Or White (Feat. Tasha Baxter)* Shiken Hanzo - Inner Fear* Nickbee - Mars* Neurosplit - Apatia* Outer Mass - King* Pendulum - Still Grey* Dub Elements - Black Fog* Dizkret - Progress* Culture Shock - Tangents* Boston - Conscious* Kove - Still High* Villem & McLeod - Get To Know (Feat. Riya)* Hybrid Minds - Starlet (Phil Tangent Remix)* DLR - The Grip (Feat. Ant TC1)* Maduk - Don't Forget* Emperor - Thunder (Feat. MC Fats)* June Miller - Reach Out (Feat. MVE)* GEST - Huaxi* Fourward - Free Your Mind From Me* Camo & Krooked - Afterlife (BCee Remix)* 3LAU - Tokyo (Feat. XIRA) [Monrroe Remix]* Sato - Detroit Lies Bleeding (Phobia Remix)* Dezza - Apparition (Monrroe Remix)* Fullalove - Waiting (Henry Remix)* Fred V & Grafix - Ultraviolet (S.P.Y Remix)* Wilkinson - Too Close (Feat. Detour City) [Frankee Remix]* Sub Focus & Wilkinson - Freedom (Sub Focus, Wilkinson & High Contrast Remix)* Rene LaVice - Tap Dat* Intraspekt - Moody* Amoss - Throwback* Memtrix - Black Moon* Emperor - Dispositions (Feat. Peta Oneir)* Agressor Bunx - Ninja * Freek - Born Different* Apex - The Yearning [VIP]* EBK - Mud* Frankee - Wonderland* Wilkinson - Half Light (Feat. Tom Cane)* Tom Walker - Not Giving In (Fred V Remix)* N.Phect & Fourward - Without Your Touch* Frankee - Deep Down (Feat. Caan)* Evol Intent - Revolt * Spor - Levitate (Feat. Ewun & Evol Intent)* Michas Rapf - Lacrimosa* Metrik - Freefall (Feat. Reija Lee) [VIP] Download, Distribute, and Donate!
Show #1430 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Saturday 9th April, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. TESLA CEO ELON MUSK HOSTS 'CYBER RODEO' PARTY TO OPEN AUSTIN FACTORY - On Thursday night, Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke at a grand opening event for the electric vehicle maker's new $1.1 billion factory near the Austin airport in Texas. - At the event, he spoke about how massive the new factory is, and teased products that are still in development, including the Cybertruck, and a robotaxi that he promised would look quite futuristic. - Tesla aims to make 500,000 units of the Model Y in a single year in Austin - “In trailing twelve months, we've delivered over a million cars worldwide,” Musk said. “There's still a long way to go.” - “We're aiming to go to wide beta for almost all Full Self-Driving customers in North America this year,” - Musk said on Thursday night that the Model Y vehicles being produced in Texas feature what's known as a “structural pack,” meaning the cells in the cars' high voltage battery packs carry the load of the vehicle. Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/07/tesla-ceo-elon-musk-hosts-cyber-rodeo-party-to-open-austin-factory.html TESLA'S 4680 CELLS & STRUCTURAL PACK REVEALED AT CYBER RODEO - While Tesla CEO Elon Musk did reveal a few juicy bits of information at Tesla's Cyber Rodeo delivery party last evening, there wasn't a whole lot of "new material," and future plans, details, and dates were lacking. That said, tweets and videos from fans, owners, and investors attending the event delivered more compelling information. - Tesla had several unique displays prepared for the event, including one that revealed production-level 4680 battery cells manufactured at Giga Texas. - The text on the hanging metal plaque above reads: “Made at Gigafactory Texas, our new tabless 4680 cell lowers the cost per kilowatt hour. We have everything we need under one roof to produce and assemble the first high-volume structural battery pack, using our fully integrated process. The structural pack greatly reduces the number of parts used in both the battery pack and the car, allowing our pack manufacturing line to be less than half the size of previous factories." Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/578801/tesla-structural-pack-4680-cells-unveiled-cyber-rodeo/ TESLA OFFICIALLY OPENS TEXAS GIGAFACTORY - The milestone was achieved less than two years after Musk declared that Austin would be the site of the company's next Gigafactory and less than one year after Tesla officially moved its headquarters to Texas from California. - Tesla has said it expects to make 1.5 million vehicles in 2022, after producing slightly less than 1 million vehicles last year - The company has said it will hire up to 5,000 workers at an average salary of $47,147, with entry-level positions starting at $35,000. Today, Tesla employs about 10,000 people at its only US car plant in Fremont. Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/8/23008731/tesla-texas-gigafactory-open-cybertruck-elon-musk TESLA WILL SELL ITS CYBERTRUCK NEXT YEAR, ELON MUSK SAYS - Tesla will begin producing its much-delayed electric pickup, the Cybertruck, next year along with numerous other new products, Elon Musk, the carmaker's chief executive, said late Thursday. - Tesla's chief executive has a long history of promising products that materialize later than he said they would or not at all, but his timeline for the Cybertruck is more definite than the one he gave to investors in January, when he said delivery in 2023 was “most likely.” - Delays in producing the Cybertruck have allowed rivals to come to market sooner with pickups, one of the most popular types of vehicle in the United States. Ford Motor is expected to begin delivering the Lightning, a battery-powered version of its F-150, this summer. Rivian's electric pickup went on sale late last year to rave reviews, but the company has had trouble ramping up production, a common problem for new car companies. - “This year is all about scaling up,” Mr. Musk said. “Next year, there is going to be a massive wave of new products.” Original Source : https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/08/business/tesla-cybertruck-elon-musk.html TESLA DELIVERS FIRST MODEL Y VEHICLES WITH 4680 BATTERIES FROM GIGA TEXAS - On Friday, April 8, Elon Musk officially announced that the first production Model Y units were delivered. He thanked the Tesla team for their hard work. A few of the new Model Y owners already shared their joy with the community online. - Tesla technician Regan Janssen announced that she received the first Model Y with 4680 battery cells produced in Giga Texas on LinkedIn. Janssen happens to be an Engineering Process Technician at Tesla. She started her Tesla career just last month. Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-gigafactory-texas-model-y-4680-battery/ CATL PAVES THE WAY FOR TESLA TO BEGIN BUILDING LFP-BASED VEHICLES AT GIGA BERLIN - CATL's $1.8 billion investment in Germany will supply carmakers in Germany with LFP batteries. Although CATL does not name any specific company, Tesla is probably the only carmaker in Germany that could use enough LFP batteries to justify the investment. Other carmakers, like Volkswagen, have agreements in place with Korean battery makers like SK Innovation and LG Energy Solutions while also investing in battery technologies on their own. - The initial capacity for the CATL battery factory is 8 GWh per year which is enough for 100,000 electric vehicles provided they have an 80 kWh battery. In the case of the Chinese Model Y with an LFP battery (Standard Range), the battery capacity sits at 60 kWh, so CATL would be able to equip more than 133,000 cars. - The first German-made batteries should go to partners by the end of the year when the plant should employ 1,500 workers. Original Source : https://www.autoevolution.com/news/catl-paves-the-way-for-tesla-to-begin-building-lfp-based-vehicles-at-giga-berlin-185971.html FORD BEGINS BUILDING E-TRANSIT VEHICLES FOR EUROPE Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/04/08/ford-begins-building-e-transit-vehicles-for-europe/ CHINA'S BYD ENDS FULL COMBUSTION ENGINE CARS TO FOCUS ON ELECTRIC, PLUG-IN HYBRIDS Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/chinas-byd-ends-combustion-engine-cars-focus-electric-2022-04-03/ NISSAN GIVES FIRST LOOK AT PROTOTYPE PRODUCTION PLANT FOR SOLID-STATE BATTERIES Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nissan/357742/nissan-gives-first-look-prototype-production-plant-solid-state-batteries QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Mirror.co.uk: “An electric car owner has warned other EV drivers they can be fined for charging their vehicle in supermarket car parks. Electric vehicle owner Max Wilkinson - who is also a Cheltenham Councillor - recently bought a four-year-old hybrid Mini Countryman. He went home - but returned two hours later by which time the hybrid Mini was about half-charged. A week later Max received a penalty notice saying he'd been fined £90. Mr Wilkinson has paid the fine and doesn't dispute it. But he does think it doesn't quite make sense to restrict car charging to 90 minutes as well. - He said: “It seems illogical that quite a lot of EV and hybrid owners won't be allowed to spend enough time in the car park to get a full charge.” Email me any feedback to: email@example.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ OCTOPUS ELECTRIC JUICE - MAKING PUBLIC CHARGING SIMPLE WITH ONE CARD, ONE MAP AND ONE APP
Show #1429 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Friday 8th April, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. TESLA DEBUTS NEW MODEL Y STANDARD RANGE WITH 4680 STRUCTURAL BATTERY - Tesla's new Standard Range All-Wheel-Drive Model Y all-electric crossover with 4680 battery cells is present at the Cyber Rodeo event the automaker is holding at its new production facility in Austin, Texas. - In mid-March, Tesla hacker green indicated the new Model Y configuration, which was listed as an SR+, or Standard Range Plus, trim level, was added to a software update the automaker was rolling out. Now, Tesla Raj, who is in attendance at the Cyber Rodeo in Texas, is indicating a Model Y at the factory fits the description of the one added to the EPA's FuelEconomy website last month. - An online Tesla VIN Decoder shows the vehicle was manufactured at the new plant in Austin and is, in fact, a Standard Range version of the Model Y. Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-standard-range-awd-model-y-with-4680-cells-spotted-at-cyber-rodeo/ TESLA NOW EXPECTS GIGAFACTORY SHANGHAI SHUTDOWN TO EXTEND TO AT LEAST FRIDAY - Tesla says that it now doesn't expect to be able to restart production at Gigafactory Shanghai until at least Friday, and even that could be difficult amid a citywide lockdown that is extending longer than planned. - On Wednesday, the second phase of the two-phase city lockdown was supposed to end, but the authorities have extended it indefinitely amid continued spread despite the measures in place. - This is creating a difficult situation for Tesla, and it informed employees and suppliers that it now doesn't expect to restart production until at least Friday, April 8. - It will make it 12 days of Gigafactory Shanghai not being operational – the longest shutdown since it started operations in 2019. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/04/06/tesla-gigafactory-shanghai-shutdown-extend-friday-city-lockdown/ ELON MUSK DISCUSSED ELECTRIC CARS WITH GM CEO, WHITE HOUSE - The Biden administration said senior officials held a meeting Wednesday with major automotive leaders including Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk and General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra to discuss electric vehicles and charging. - The administration said in a statement “there was broad consensus that charging stations and vehicles need to be interoperable and provide a seamless user experience, no matter what car you drive or where you charge your EV.” - Ford Motor Chief Executive Jim Farley, Chrysler-parent Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares, Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson and Nissan Americas chair Jeremie Papin were among other auto leaders who took part in Wednesday's meeting, which discussed US funding to “create a national network of 500,000 chargers.” Original Source : https://nypost.com/2022/04/07/elon-musk-discussed-electric-cars-with-gm-ceo-white-house/ GM, HONDA WILL BUILD NEW SERIES OF 'AFFORDABLE' ELECTRIC VEHICLES - General Motors and America Honda Motor Co. will codevelop a new series of "affordable" electric vehicles that will go on sale starting in 2027. - The automakers announced Tuesday they are expanding their existing partnership started in 2013 to develop EVs based on a new global architecture that uses GM's Ultium battery technology. - EV development is costly, so collaboration helps, "spread the costs, speed development and hopefully accelerate electric vehicle adoption," said Michelle Krebs, executive analyst for Cox Automotive. - GM spokesman Jim Cain said the company will announce where the new EVs will be built at a future time. Original Source : https://eu.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2022/04/05/gm-honda-prologue-ultium-electric-vehicles-affordable/9463491002/ GM TO LAUNCH AD CAMPAIGN FOR CHEVY BOLT IN WAKE OF RECALL Original Source : https://driving.ca/auto-news/news/gm-to-launch-ad-campaign-for-chevy-bolt-in-wake-of-recall VW GETS TO GROUND ID ELECTRIC CARS FOR AN OVER-THE-AIR UPDATE Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/04/07/vw-to-voluntary-recall-id-electric-cars-to-ready-them-for-ota-update-3-0/ CHASE BANK, EVGO TO ADD EV CHARGING STATIONS AT 50 US BANK BRANCHES Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/07/chase-bank-evgo-to-add-ev-charging-stations-at-50-us-bank-branches.html THE SMART #1 IS AN ADORABLE NEW ELECTRIC SUV THAT WON'T COME TO AMERICA Original Source : https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/smart-no-1-suv-ev-design-specs-debut/ NEW 2025 VOLVO XC60 TO GAIN ESTATE STYLING AND EV OPTION Original Source : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/new-2025-volvo-xc60-gain-estate-styling-and-ev-option GOGORO'S PUBLIC DEBUT COULD SUPERCHARGE EV BATTERY SWAPPING ACROSS THE GLOBE Original Source : https://techcrunch.com/2022/04/05/gogoros-public-debut-could-supercharge-ev-battery-swapping-across-the-globe/ FIAT AIMS TO BE PEOPLE'S TESLA, CONFIRMS FOUR NEW MODELS FOR EUROPE Original Source : https://www.motor1.com/news/578423/fiat-four-new-models-europe/ MCDONALD'S CANADA INTRODUCES FIRST-EVER ELECTRIC VEHICLE TO DISTRIBUTION FLEET Original Source : https://finance.yahoo.com/news/mcdonalds-canada-introduces-first-ever-154600888.html MERCEDES-BENZ SALES OF BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES TRIPLE IN Q1 Original Source : https://electriccarsreport.com/2022/04/mercedes-benz-sales-of-battery-electric-vehicles-triple-in-q1/ BMW GROUP MORE THAN DOUBLED ELECTRIC VEHICLE SALES IN Q1 2022 Original Source : https://www.bmwblog.com/2022/04/07/bmw-group-more-than-doubled-ev-sales-q1-2022/ POSTEN NORGE TO REPLACE 177 DIESEL VANS WITH ELECTRIC VEHICLES Original Source : https://www.parcelandpostaltechnologyinternational.com/news/delivery/posten-norge-to-replace-177-diesel-vans-with-electric-vehicles.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Mirror.co.uk: “An electric car owner has warned other EV drivers they can be fined for charging their vehicle in supermarket car parks. Electric vehicle owner Max Wilkinson - who is also a Cheltenham Councillor - recently bought a four-year-old hybrid Mini Countryman. He went home - but returned two hours later by which time the hybrid Mini was about half-charged. A week later Max received a penalty notice saying he'd been fined £90. Mr Wilkinson has paid the fine and doesn't dispute it. But he does think it doesn't quite make sense to restrict car charging to 90 minutes as well. - He said: “It seems illogical that quite a lot of EV and hybrid owners won't be allowed to spend enough time in the car park to get a full charge.” Email me any feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ OCTOPUS ELECTRIC JUICE - MAKING PUBLIC CHARGING SIMPLE WITH ONE CARD, ONE MAP AND ONE APP
The Mikes love talking about Mike....Clayton that is! This week Mike Butler and Mike Field are discussing the 2007 Tony Gilroy film, Michael Clayton, starring George Clooney, Tilda Swinton, and Tom Wilkinson. This film is a favorite of the Mikes, nominated for 7 Academy Awards, including a win for Swinton and a Best Picture nod, it's no wonder. From the phenomenal acting of its title character Clooney (also nominated) to Wilkinson's tragic performance as Arthus Edens, who Butler believes was robbed of an Oscar (but did get nominated). This is the freshman directing debut of Tony Gilroy, but his writing skills are on display here as he weaves a tight, tense, well-paced grown-up thriller/drama the likes of which really aren't seen anymore. Could this be why the Mikes believe it to be...forgotten? Hmmmmmm...... So, grab your popcorn and soda, please notice the exits to the left and right of you and settle down for https://www.forgottencinemapodcast.com/ (Forgotten Cinema).
In today's episode I interview singer songwriter @alana.wilkinson about her pregnancy, birth and NICU experience. Her baby boy, Rafferty, was born at 24 weeks and surprised the neonatal staff with his strength despite his size (704 grams). Alana talks at length about her birth trauma, her NICU experience and the way music helped carry them through the long days and nights. Rafferty was discharged from hospital still reliant on oxygen and after three weeks at their home in the northern rivers, they had to be airlifted out because landslides had compromised their home and threatened their safety. Despite the upheaval of the past six months, Alana is so buoyant and optimistic and has the most beautiful plans to make music for other NICU parents and their babies. What a gift that would be.
In this week's interview, I had the pleasure of talking with Jeff Wilkinson and we discuss everything relating to his journey and unique maverick and entrepreneurial approach to small bank business. Jeff shares his journey, the uphill battle most entrepreneurs face and how he is changing the present and view of small banks and so much more. This episode can help you see the vast difference between big banks vs small banks and how a small bank can give you more of the customer service approach and I know as a business owner, I want a relationship with my bank. I don't want it to be transactional and I can only find this type of relationship with the smaller banks (from my experiences). Tune in and enjoy the conversation Jeff and I had... Who is Jeff Wilkinson? In 2018, Jeff founded Keystone Bank with a successful capital raise of $20 million. He founded Keystone Bank with a maverick and entrepreneurial approach to local banking that ultimately allows for easily accessible financial resources to its community members. Previously, he founded Pioneer Bank in Austin. Under his leadership as the CEO and president, he managed to grow the banks' assets to $1.2 billion and expanded to 22 locations across Texas. How to Connect with Jeff? Website: https://pioneer.bank/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PioneerExploreMore ----------------------------------------------------------- Information from Today's Sponsor... Enjoy 10% off BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough with Free Shipping: magbreakthrough.com/drvic ----------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Dr. Vic... Website: www.EmpowerYourReality.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/drvicmanzo Instagram: www.Instagram.com/drvicmanzo LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/drmanzo Check out my books: https://amzn.to/3gzr9XT About Dr. Vic... I'm Dr. Vic Manzo Jr., a Business Mindset Coach, Self-Mastery Expert, Influential Author, Inspirational Speaker, and the host and creator of The Mindful Experiment Podcast and The Mindful Chiropractor Podcast. I teach small business owners how to DOUBLE their profits while working less and leading a SOUL-FILLED Life... I go deeper to uncover their beliefs, blocks, behaviors, habits, and patterns of thinking that prevent them from living the life or creating the business they like to experience. From there, I use a box of tools to help reprogram the mind, reshift focus, teach spiritual truths and bring quantum physics into the mix to unveil their true potential and then, make that a reality. This breakthrough process and system, helps my clients achieve faster results, greater and deeper transformations and long-term success. Ready? Visit this link: TinyUrl.com/LevelUpWithDrVic
Show #1420 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Wednesday 30th March, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. LOTUS ELETRE OPENS A NEW FRONT IN ELECTRIC SUVS - the new era of Lotus as an EV maker begins with this, the Eletre. It takes elements we've seen on the Evija battery-electric hypercar and Emira ICE sports car, wraps them in a larger package, jacks them up, and throws in a lot of new tech for the brand and the market. - The Eletre is 201 inches long on a 118.9-inch wheelbase, about 79 inches wide, and 64 inches high. Every one of those dimensions puts the Lotus within a couple of inches of the Aston Martin DBX - All we're told is the pack is more than 100 kWh and output starts at 600 horsepower. Every Eletre is all-wheel-drive, with a motor on each axle. - The 800-volt electrical architecture can handle up to 350-kW fast-charging, 20 minutes at a station at that charge rate restoring 248 WLTP miles of the Eletre's estimated 373-mile range in WLTP testing. 62 miles per hour in under 3 seconds and hit a top speed of 161 mph. - The electronic side mirror housings each contain three cameras, one camera for the rear views, one to help stitch a 360-degree overhead view, and one to help enable self-driving. - A slim gauge cluster and a head-up display provides the driver with relevant info, front passengers get a similar slim display that can display infotainment options. Between them, a 15.1-inch infotainment touchscreen that lays flat when not in use. Original Source : https://www.autoblog.com/2022/03/29/lotus-eletre-electric-suv-revealed/#slide-2390677 2025 LOTUS ELETRE FIRST LOOK: SIMPLIFY, THEN ADD AN ELECTRIC LUXURY SUV - multi-link air suspension and continuously variable damping all round. Active ride height and active anti-roll bars, along with rear-wheel steering and torque vectoring will be available as options on the Eletre, along with 23-inch alloy wheels - Four different drive modes—Range, Tour, Sport and Off-Road—adjust steering and accelerator pedal response, along with damping rates and powertrain output. And Individual mode will allow drivers to mix and match some settings to suit their personal driving styles. - The four LIDAR units, one at the top of the windshield, one at the top of the backlight, and one on each front fender, are hidden when not in use, thus preserving the Eletre's svelte appearance. - For context, the Eletre has 2.1 inches more space between the axles than a Tesla Model X and is 2.6 inches longer overall and 0.8 inches lower. This is not a small Lotus. - The rear is dominated two large vents that are bridged by a thin light bar, and a roof spoiler system that comprises two carbon fibre winglets cantilevered from the roof cant rails. The winglets function just like a conventional, full-width roof spoiler, guiding airflow down the backlight and on to a spoiler that deploys out of the tailgate at speed. Original Source : https://www.motortrend.com/news/2025-lotus-eletre-first-look-review/ LOTUS' ALL-ELECTRIC ELETRE SUV HAS A GRILL THAT 'BREATHES' - SUVs are entirely new to Lotus. Even long after Bentley and Porsche brushed aside tradition and released their own first SUVs, Lotus remained a sports-car-only company. With SUVs becoming the dominant passenger vehicle type, it may have been inevitable that Lotus would eventually throw its hat into the ring. As might be expected, Lotus brought a lot of its old sports car tricks into the design and manufacturing of the Eletre. - Lotus says the Eletre features “extensive” use of carbon fiber and aluminum to keep the (still undisclosed) weight down. The exterior body panels are aluminum, and all the black exterior trim pieces, such as the wheel arches, rear spoiler, and side-view mirrors, are carbon fiber. Hard interior trim pieces are also carbon fiber, and the seats are wrapped in a wool-blend fabric that, according to Lotus, is 50 percent lighter than typical leather seating. - An active front grill comprises interconnected triangular panels which stay closed when the Eletre is stopped or when it needs to reduce aerodynamic drag and automatically open to scoop air to the radiator to cool the electric motors, battery pack, or front brakes when needed. During this locking and unlocking sequence, the active grill “breathes” as the illuminated flush-fitting door handles deploy, opening and closing the vented panels. Original Source : https://www.wired.com/story/lotus-eletre-debut/ KIA EV6 AWD EXCEEDED 250 MILES IN 70 MPH RANGE TEST - A Kia EV6 in Wind trim and all-wheel-drive (AWD) system equipped with a 77.4 kWh battery and 19" Kumho tires recently was range tested by Out of Spec Reviews' Kyle Conner at a constant speed of 70 mph (113 km/h). - It's a brand new car, with only 2,641 miles (4,249 km) on the odometer at the start. According to Kyle Conner, the weather was perfect, maybe beside from some wind during part of the test. The result is a pretty solid 254 miles (409 km), including the few last miles covered around the fast charging station at lower speeds. - For reference, the EPA Combined range is 274 miles (441 km), Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/576754/kia-ev6-awd-70mph-range/ TESLA GIGA BERLIN-MADE MODEL YS ARE DELIVERED TO MANNHEIM, GERMANY - Giga Berlin-made Model Ys have been delivered to Mannheim, Germany. This is the first known delivery of the manufacturer's domestically produced vehicles since the ceremonial handover of 30 Model Ys on March 22 by Elon Musk. - . It was reported today that Denmark also hosted a delivery ceremony for the Giga Berlin-made Model Y, marking the first mention of international delivery of German-made vehicles. Five Model Y Performances are reported to have been delivered. - However, it turns out that before that, Tesla had already delivered Giga Berlin-made Model Ys domestically. @samuel_glb/Twitter tweeted that the German-made cars were delivered to the Mannheim delivery center to be handed over to the owners on March 29. He reported that “about 2 trucks” loaded with black Model Y Performances had arrived at the delivery center, although the exact number of vehicles was not mentioned. Original Source : https://www.tesmanian.com/blogs/tesmanian-blog/made-in-giga-berlin-model-ys-delivered-to-mannheim-germany TESLA SUPPLIER APTIV STOPS SOME PRODUCTION IN SHANGHAI OVER COVID ISSUES - Auto parts maker Aptiv (APTV.N) on Tuesday sent home workers at a Shanghai production facility that supplies Tesla and a General Motors (GM) joint venture, citing COVID issues, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. - Aptiv has a number of production sites in Shanghai's Jiading district in the western part of the city. The district has not been affected so far by the city's two-stage COVID-19 lockdown, which started in the east on Monday. - Four sources said workers at one of the sites, which makes wire harnesses, were abruptly told to head home on Tuesday. Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/exclusive-tesla-supplier-aptiv-stops-some-production-shanghai-over-covid-issues-2022-03-29/ POLESTAR 2 GETS ANDROID AUTOMOTIVE 11 UPDATE - The first electric vehicle to go on sale with Android Automotive is getting another major update, as Polestar 2 is rolling out its Android 11 update. - Software version P2.0 is now available for the 2021 and 2022 model years of the Polestar 2. The update delivers Android Automotive 11 for the Polestar 2, the car's third major Android version. - Radio reception has apparently been improved, and there's a fix for the interruption of GPS navigation when switching profiles on the car. There are also improvements to the Polestar app with this update, including real-time state of charge status and more control over climate settings. Original Source : https://9to5google.com/2022/03/29/polestar-2-gets-android-automotive-11-its-third-major-android-version/ RISING FUEL PRICES? BUY AN ELECTRIC VAN AND SAVE 25% ON RUNNING COSTS, ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SAYS - The average electric van in Europe is 25 per cent cheaper to own and operate over its lifetime than the diesel equivalent, despite much higher upfront costs for zero-emission models, according to the environmental campaign group Transport and Environment (T&E). - In a new study covering six countries - France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom - which account for 76 per cent of the European van market, T&E found an electric van costs €0.15 per kilometre to run, compared to €0.20 for a diesel van. - Even when excluding government subsidies on the purchase of electric vehicles, T&E found electric vans were still cheaper overall in five of the six countries, while in Germany the cost was the same. Original Source : https://www.euronews.com/next/2022/03/31/rising-fuel-prices-buy-an-electric-van-and-save-25-on-running-costs-environmental-group-sa MODESTO CITY SCHOOLS ORDERS 30 BLUE BIRD TYPE D ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES Original Source : https://www.greencarcongress.com/2022/03/20220330-modesto.html CARREFOUR ANNOUNCES THE INSTALLATION OF CHARGING STATIONS Original Source : https://www.autonews.fr/green/nouveautes-electriques/carrefour-annonce-l-installation-de-bornes-de-recharge-par-milliers-sur-les-parkings-de-ses-magasins-106775 ARAL INTRODUCES PLUG&CHARGE SERVICE THROUGHOUT GERMANY Original Source : https://www.petrolplaza.com/news/29586 NEW TEST SUGGESTS HIGHER AVAILABLE BATTERY CAPACITY FOR VOLVO C40 Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/576809/test-available-battery-capacity-volvo-c40/ TESLA DROPS FROM TOP THREE RESIDENTIAL SOLAR INSTALLER RANKING Original Source : https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2022/03/29/tesla-drops-from-top-three-residential-solar-installer-ranking/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Mirror.co.uk: “An electric car owner has warned other EV drivers they can be fined for charging their vehicle in supermarket car parks. Electric vehicle owner Max Wilkinson - who is also a Cheltenham Councillor - recently bought a four-year-old hybrid Mini Countryman. He went home - but returned two hours later by which time the hybrid Mini was about half-charged. A week later Max received a penalty notice saying he'd been fined £90. Mr Wilkinson has paid the fine and doesn't dispute it. But he does think it doesn't quite make sense to restrict car charging to 90 minutes as well. - He said: “It seems illogical that quite a lot of EV and hybrid owners won't be allowed to spend enough time in the car park to get a full charge.” Email me any feedback to: email@example.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/
Show #1419 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Tuesday 29th March, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. REPORT: PORSCHE IS WORKING ON A 911 SPORTS CAR POWERED BY SOLID-STATE BATTERIES - An electric Porsche 911 powered by solid-state batteries is in the works, according to a recent report from German publication Manager Magazin - We do know that Porsche parent Volkswagen has been longtime investor in solid-state battery firm QuantumScape, though. VW previously said it sees solid-state tech arriving later in the decade capable of getting an 80% charge in as little as 12 minutes. Perhaps that's the tech it's testing on the 911. Original Source : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1135436_report-porsche-911-sports-car-powered-by-solid-state-batteries GM LOOKS TO INCREASE HUMMER EV PRODUCTION AS RESERVATIONS TOP 65,000 - General Motors has received more than 65,000 reservations for its electric GMC Hummer pickups and SUVs, as the automaker attempts to expedite production of the vehicles to meet demand. - The reservations number is higher than the automaker's initial expectations, according to Duncan Aldred, global vice president of GMC. The number of people converting their reservations into orders to buy the Hummer pickup, about 95%, is also higher than expected, he said. - “Production's actually slightly ahead of plan and we're putting things in place now to actually expedite that as well, so we can deliver these reservations quicker than we originally thought,” he told CNBC here during a media event. “We're seeing momentum building.” - The Hummer EV pickup is for sale, but new orders would not likely be fulfilled until 2024 due to the number of current reservations - Reservations for the electric Hummers have largely been for the pickup because it was launched first, but newer reservations have been more evenly split between the truck and SUV, according to Megan Hart, assistant marketing manager for Hummer. - March has been the best month for reservations aside from when the vehicles were unveiled, Aldred said. GMC started advertising for the Hummer EV pickup late last month - Due to the price of the vehicle, volumes are lower than other trucks, but it's still profitable, Aldred said. Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/03/29/gm-looks-to-increase-hummer-ev-production-as-reservations-top-65000.html TESLA MODEL S PLAID SPOTTED BEING BENCHMARKED BY GENERAL MOTORS - A Tesla Model S Plaid has been spotted being benchmarked by General Motors. This suggests that the veteran American automaker is getting pretty serious in its modern electric vehicle program. - Images of the flagship Tesla sedan as it was being benchmarked by GM were shared by motoring outlet GM Authority. Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-model-s-plaid-benchmarking-general-motors/ GM Benchmarking Tesla Model S Plaid - To rival the Tesla Model S Plaid, General Motors will likely develop some competition with a new Cadillac product. This upcoming Caddy will likely be one of the luxury marque's new “low-roof entries,” which is one of several new Cadillac EV models outlined late in 2020. The other Cadillac EVs include an electrified variant of the popular Cadillac Escalade SUV, two new electrified crossovers, and the new Cadillac Celestiq halo sedan. Original Source : https://gmauthority.com/blog/2022/03/gm-benchmarking-tesla-model-s-plaid/ TESLA PRICE INCREASES MEAN NO MORE CALIFORNIA CLEAN VEHICLE REBATES FOR BUYERS - Tesla hasn't been eligible for the federal EV tax credit for a few years now, and while that initially seemed like it could affect sales for the brands by making its already expensive cars even more so, things more or less rolled on like the change never happened. - Fast-forward to 2022: Tesla's latest round of price increases means that, as CarsDirect reported Thursday, Tesla currently has no models eligible for California's Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, which is worth around $2,000 to consumers. - The threshold for cars is $45,000, and the cap for SUVs and crossovers is $60,000. You can't currently put a Model 3 in your driveway for less than $48,440, including destination fees, and a base-spec Model Y will run you $64,440 (and not get delivered until 2023). · Original Source : https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/tesla-price-increase-disqualifies-california-clean-vehicle-rebate-project/ STELLANTIS CONFIRMS FIAT NEW 500 EV PRODUCTION WILL REMAIN IN ITALY - The successor to the Fiat New 500 small electric car will continue to be built at the Mirafiori factory complex in Turin, Stellantis confirmed, in announcing new model allocations. - In addition, the factory -- the group's oldest in Italy, dating to 1939 -- will also get two new Maserati models, Stellantis Chairman John Elkann and CEO Carlos Tavares said in a meeting with local officials on Monday. - The New 500, launched in late 2020, was the seventh best-selling full-electric car in Europe in 2021, with 44,371 sales, according to figures from Dataforce - Supplier sources told Automotive News Europe that Stellantis is aiming to build 90,000 New 500s this year, with production increasing to 120,000 in 2023 and requiring a third shift. · Original Source : https://europe.autonews.com/automakers/stellantis-confirms-fiat-new-500-ev-production-will-remain-italy VW COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR FURTHER BEV MODELS - VW Commercial Vehicles is aiming for a sales share of battery-electric vehicles of more than 55 per cent in Europe by 2030. Not only the currently announced model series such as the ID. Buzz and the e-Crafter, but also new models with electric drive. - Final preparations are underway at the Hanover plant for series production of the new ID. Buzz. This includes the qualification of more than 5,000 employees for the construction of electric vehicles. - At the same time, the first conversion measures for future fully electric premium vehicles of the Audi and Bentley brands have already begun. A new production hall is being built in the heart of the factory for this purpose. - “We will start series production of the ID. Buzz Cargo”, as announced by Lars Krause, board member for sales at VW Commercial Vehicles. The five-seater version will follow at the end of May. Production of 12,000 to 15,000 units is planned for 2022, followed by 50,000 to 60,000 vehicles in 2023. - Beyond the ID.Buzz and the electric version of the Crafter delivery van, the Amarok pick-up, which is being continued together with Ford, could be a candidate – the model is to be presented in the summer of 2022. More details on a possible electric version of the pickup have not yet been determined, however. The electric camper-mobile ID. California will come after 2025. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/03/29/vw-commercial-vehicles-announces-plans-for-further-bev-models/ TATA MOTORS SAYS 20% RISE IN BATTERY CELL COSTS INCREASING SHORT-TERM PRESSURE Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/tata-motors-says-20-rise-battery-cell-costs-increasing-short-term-pressure-2022-03-29/ NIU MQIGT EVO, THE COMPANY'S FASTEST ELECTRIC SCOOTER YET, HITS THE ROAD Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/03/29/nius-fastest-and-most-powerful-electric-scooter-yet-arrives-in-europe-headed-to-us-soon/ UK'S LARGEST FREE ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING NETWORK OPENS ITS 500TH LOCATION Original Source : https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/cars/1587861/electric-vehicle-charging-network-500-locations-uk 1,000 ZERO EMISSION BUSES TO BE DEPLOYED IN UK THANKS TO £200 MILLION GRANTS Original Source : https://www.sustainable-bus.com/news/1000-zero-emission-buses-funded-uk-national-bus-strategy/ ZEBRA STANDARD TRACK: £198M FOR 943 ZERO-EMISSION BUSES Original Source : https://www.route-one.net/news/zebra-standard-track-198m-for-943-zero-emission-buses/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Mirror.co.uk: “An electric car owner has warned other EV drivers they can be fined for charging their vehicle in supermarket car parks. Electric vehicle owner Max Wilkinson - who is also a Cheltenham Councillor - recently bought a four-year-old hybrid Mini Countryman. He went home - but returned two hours later by which time the hybrid Mini was about half-charged. A week later Max received a penalty notice saying he'd been fined £90. Mr Wilkinson has paid the fine and doesn't dispute it. But he does think it doesn't quite make sense to restrict car charging to 90 minutes as well. - He said: “It seems illogical that quite a lot of EV and hybrid owners won't be allowed to spend enough time in the car park to get a full charge.” Email me any feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. 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Join me for this week's podcast cast on Negotiation Techniques, Tactics, Tips, and Psychological Tricks With Marshall Wilkinson. Marshall has negotiated over 2 billion dollars in contracts. We will discuss how negotiation has changed, techniques that seal the deal, and psychological tricks that are being used against you. For more information about Marshall visit his website here.
Show #1418 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Monday 28th March, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. TESLA EXTENDS CHINA'S ELECTRIC CAR FACTORY SUSPENSION - Tesla Inc. is extending the production pause at its Shanghai plant to Thursday after the city was placed into a phased lockdown to curb a surge in Covid-19 cases, people familiar with the matter said. - Originally suspended for a day, production at the Gigafactory near China's main financial center will now be halted for four days, to resume at this stage on April 1, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they're not authorized to speak publicly. - Areas east of the Huangpu River, where the Tesla plant is located, will be locked down on Monday for four days. Original Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-03-28/tesla-extends-shanghai-factory-suspension-as-city-locked-down?sref=W369vOBR TESLA WORRIES HEAT UP AS MAJOR EXEC GOES MIA - news Monday that Tesla head of AI, Adrej Karpathy, will be taking a four-month sabbatical.On Sunday, Musk dropped a tweet announcing the sabbatical. The public reaction to the news resulted in Adrej explaining what he will be doing with his time. - For people who have been following the saga, in the past executives who have taken long sabbaticals from Tesla have ended up never coming back. - Doug Field, Tesla's former senior vice president of engineering, took a leave of absence back in 2018. - based on recent history, that sabbatical could be the beginning of his end at the company. Original Source : https://www.thestreet.com/investing/tesla-worries-heat-up-as-major-exec-goes-mia Andrej Karpathy on Twitter: - Taking some time off to rest&travel after almost 5 years at Tesla. Esp excited to get focused time to re-sharpen my technical edge and train some neural nets! Though I already miss all the robots and GPU/Dojo clusters and looking forward to having them at my fingertips again - A number of people asked - I am doing a “digital nomad” trip, packed up in one backpack and going east, saying hi to friends along the way and reading papers/writing code. Currently in UK, continuing to Europe, Asia and wrapping around back to Bay Area. HERTZ CONFIRMS THE TESLA MODEL Y VERSION IT WILL RENT - The rental car agency announced last week that Model Ys will soon be joining the Model 3s that are already at several locations as part of its planned purchase of 100,000 Teslas this year. - The specific Model Y it is advertising has all-wheel-drive, the standard 19-inch wheels and an EPA-rated range of 330 miles of range between charges - Tesla hasn't said what's up, but speculation is that it is a new entry-level variant featuring Tesla's new 4680 battery cell that is being built at its Austin, Tex., factory. Original Source : https://www.foxnews.com/auto/hertz-accidentally-confirms-mystery-tesla-model-y TESLA CEO ELON MUSK SAYS HE HAS COVID AGAIN - Elon Musk on Monday said he has apparently contracted COVID-19, but has "almost no symptoms." This is the second time Musk has reported a bout of the disease: In in November 2020, he said he had tested positive. - Musk's Monday tweet didn't specify whether he had done a COVID test, but suggested he might be experiencing some mild and unspecified COVID-19 symptoms. Original Source : https://www.cnet.com/health/tesla-ceo-elon-musk-says-he-has-covid-again/ HYUNDAI MOTOR'S IONIQ 5 RANKS TOP IN AUTO BILD'S EV TEST - Hyundai Motor Group said Monday that its flagship electric vehicle Ioniq 5 has ranked top in German automotive magazine Auto Bild's EV test, beating other European rivals such as Audi Q4 e-tron and Polestar 2. - In the latest edition of Auto Bild, the vehicles were tested and evaluated based on seven categories including performance of powertrain, driving comfort, connectivity, eco-friendliness and price competitiveness. - Ioniq 5 ranked top in four categories with a total of 573 points, beating Audi Q4 e-tron and Polestar 2 which garnered 565 points and 553 points, respectively. Original Source : http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20220328000664 ENERGICA TO HELP OEMS TRANSITION TO ELECTRIC WITH ENERGICA INSIDE - Energica's run in the single-make race series will draw to a close following the 2022 season. The company isn't letting all the knowledge go to waste, though. By establishing Energica Inside, a business arm dedicated to partnering with manufacturers and startups, the brand aims to speed up electrification transitions and reduce time to market. - With many mobility sectors transitioning to electric in the coming years, Energica is positioning itself as a leader in the industry. The manufacturer may have conceded its spot in the MotoE championship to Ducati, but it intends to make its mark on the broader electric mobility market. Original Source : https://www.rideapart.com/news/575433/energica-inside-oem-startup-partnerships/ VW RESTARTS MEB PRODUCTION IN ZWICKAU Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/03/28/vw-restarts-meb-production-in-zwickau/ SVOLT REACHED 200 WH/KG WITH LFP BATTERY CELLS Original Source : https://pushevs.com/2022/03/28/svolt-reached-200-wh-kg-with-lfp-battery-cells/ APPS AND REAL TIME DATA TO BE CRUCIAL TO ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING Original Source : https://www.ukauthority.com/articles/apps-and-real-time-data-to-be-crucial-to-electric-vehicle-charging/ NISSAN CHARGE EV CUSTOMERS RECEIVE ACCESS TO IONITY Original Source : https://europe.nissannews.com/en-GB/releases/release-9cd833c24c8642e8989dd682776f07a4-nissan-charge-ev-customers-receive-another-boost-with-access-to-ionitys-european-fast-charger-network NEW DETAILS ABOUT THE BMW I7 EMERGE Original Source : https://carbuzz.com/news/new-details-about-the-bmw-i7-emerge HORRENDOUSLY, FORD WANTS TO TURN YOUR EV INTO AN OFFICE Original Source : https://thenextweb.com/news/horrendously-ford-wants-to-turn-your-ev-into-office-with-webex-app CATL ANNOUNCED A KIRIN BATTERY WITH 13% MORE POWER THAN TESLA'S 4680 DESIGN Original Source : https://carnewschina.com/2022/03/28/catl-launched-kirin-battery-with-13-more-power-compared-to-teslas-4680-batteries/ DAIMLER TRUCK CEO ASSERTS PRICE OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE WILL "FOREVER BE HIGHER” Original Source : https://thedeepdive.ca/daimler-truck-ceo-asserts-price-of-electric-vehicle-will-forever-be-higher-than-combustion-engine/ ELECTRIC VEHICLE ACCESS IS GROWING PRIORITY IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES Original Source : https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2022/03/28/electric-vehicle-access-growing-priority-low-income-communities/9456035002/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Mirror.co.uk: “An electric car owner has warned other EV drivers they can be fined for charging their vehicle in supermarket car parks. Electric vehicle owner Max Wilkinson - who is also a Cheltenham Councillor - recently bought a four-year-old hybrid Mini Countryman. He went home - but returned two hours later by which time the hybrid Mini was about half-charged. A week later Max received a penalty notice saying he'd been fined £90. Mr Wilkinson has paid the fine and doesn't dispute it. But he does think it doesn't quite make sense to restrict car charging to 90 minutes as well. - He said: “It seems illogical that quite a lot of EV and hybrid owners won't be allowed to spend enough time in the car park to get a full charge.” Email me any feedback to: email@example.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/
Sorry it's been a while. Last week's recording got corrupted and I didn't have time to redo it. Anyway, let's start the week with this Drum & Bass mix featuring some amazing tracks from Reaper, Kanine, DJ Fresh, Unknown Artist, Wilkinson, Protostar, Roni Size, Friction, and more. See my IG post for the complete track list. I hope you enjoy it and mahalo for listening!
Marshall Wilkinson is a well-known sales and negotiation expert, coach, and consultant who has worked alongside some of the best executives and producers of renowned organizations in business. He has negotiated and facilitated billions of dollars in transactions on some of the largest construction contracts in New York City. NYC is known as being one of the most challenging construction markets in the world, Marshall has thrived in this arena for more than a decade. Having mastered the ins and outs of New York's construction and real estate scenes, he shares his in-depth knowledge and expertise with professionals in various industries through one-on-one coaching sessions. Marshall holds daily coaching and morning sales meetings for his clients. He also provides a Member Portal, which guarantees lifetime access to all audio recordings, videos, and workbooks as well as a community, for coaching clients to share insights and network. Coaching sessions, on any given day can vary from strategy, meeting preparation, cold calling roleplay, script-building, negotiation training, closing, accountability and metrics tracking. In this episode, Marshall and Brad discuss all things bitcoin, blockchain, negotiation, and closing principles. Tune in and you WILL learn a massive amount! 00:00 Intro 03:30 Follow @realmarshallwilkinson 04:30 Elon Musk and crypto 13:00 Blockchain 16:00 Negotiation 18:00 “The power is with the seller.” - Marshall Wilkinson 22:00 Bomb: “I don't know if I don't ask.” - Marshall W. 29:00 Mancave idea 31:30 Inflation Hedging Assets 37:00 Marshall's courses 38:56 Ferrari 45:00 Trump 47:50 “What does it cost to spend an hour with you?” 53:00 Fear of crypto 56:20 Reach out to Marshall on IG or YouTube! 58:00 The calm factor 59:00 “A bad deal is worse than no deal.” - Marshall W. 01:04:55 Bomb: Be reasonable
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