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First national park in the world, located in the US states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho

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Life From The Sidelines
Episode 68: Audio Will

Life From The Sidelines

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 67:42


Intro (00:00 - 5:14)Justin's Surgery (5:14 - 8:50)Introductions are Scary (8:50 - 15:48)New Music Selections (15:48 - 20:07)Minneapolis is Back (20:07 - 30:24)TV & Movies (30:24 - 45:01) - You, Ted Lasso,  Survivor, Succession, The Office, Yellowstone, Squid Game Sports YA:Timberwolves (45:01 - 52:41)Soccer (52:41 - 55:15)Gopher Football (55:15 - 59:20)Vikings (59:20 - 1:01:20)Pod Talk (1:01:20 - 1:04:20)JC Reflects (1:04:20 - 1:07:42)

Girl, We Need To Talk!
Episode 71: WE'RE BACK!!!

Girl, We Need To Talk!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 77:28


It's been so long, friends!  We are so happy to be back…and to announce a bit of a change in our upcoming episodes.  Life has gotten super busy and super hard lately.  So rather than continuing to cover a book or movie or show each episode, we are going to begin covering a series, episode by episode.  We're starting with….YELLOWSTONE Season 4!!!  Now, even though we've done a few episodes about Yellowstone previously, we are going to be dropping Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3 recap episodes in the upcoming weeks.  We are so incredibly excited to take this journey with you guys!Now…in regards to this episode, we are catching you guys up on our lives and dishing about what we've been watching, listening to, and reading.Some of the podcasts mentioned in this episode are:True Crime Obsessed Obsessed with DisappearedUp and Vanished (Season 1 and 3)MorbidMy Favorite MurderSolvableWe Can Do Hard Things with Glennon DoyleSome of the books mentioned in this episode:The 5 Second Rule by Mel RobbinsRadical Beauty by Deepak Chopra and Kimberly SnyderThe Newcomers by Mary Kay AndrewsThe Coconut Layer Cake Murder by Joann FlukeSome of the shows mentioned in this episode:Kingdom (the American series)Outerbanks Season 2Clickbait#podcast #entertainmentpodcast #YellowstoneTV #KevinCostner #Yellowstone #YellowstoneSeason4 #TrueCrimeObsessed #ObsessedWithDisappeared #Morbid #WeCanDoHardThings #solvable #UpAndVanished #Kingdom #Outerbanksseries #clickbait #MelRobbins #RadicalBeauty #MaryKayAndrews

The Art Of Conservation
NEW SEASON! Season 2 Episode 1 - The Weekly News 10-20-2021

The Art Of Conservation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 58:34


WE ARE BACK! And season 2 is looking good - filled with more news, more guests, more interviews, more debate, more insight and more ways to get involved!Today, Shannon and Simon reflect on a visit to Yellowstone and America's Pacific north West.Should billionaires be going to space when we need to save this planet first?Should donors and NGOs be reevaluating their relationships? We think so…The UK FINALLY lifts its travel ban on South Africa.More poaching arrests in South Africa's Kruger National Park.Jaguars in South America are being poisoned - a similar situation to retaliatory wildlife killing in Africa?Earthshot prize winners announced. The awards keep coming as the World Wildlife Photographer of the Year is also announced.Can drones be a real game changer in conservation?And Simon invites trophy hunters to discuss why they don't stand up for animal welfare issues. We will see who responds…

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
After The Show PODCAST: The Yellowstone Problem.

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 6:54


What Yellowstone character is driving Jodi CRAZY?? It's not Rip.

The Ross Kaminsky Show
10-18-21 *INTERVIEW* Leilani Arthurs on Volcano Under Yellowstone

The Ross Kaminsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 12:43


The Fred Minnick Show
Whiskey Myers Starts a Bourbon | Michter's Toasted Tasting | Who Died In Yellowstone?

The Fred Minnick Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 76:05


Award winning country band Whiskey Myers joins The Fred Minnick Show and gets an education on bourbon. But they flip the script and have some big news to share: They're starting a bourbon. 00:00 01:00 Why the whole band isn't on the zoom 02:15 Treaty Oak interview about Whiskey Myers Collaboration 09:05 Bottle photo of Red Handed Whiskey from Whiskey Myers 09:42 Rundown of what's being tasted 11:00 Michter's Toasted Tasting 12:53 Lead singer Cody Cannon debates sipping bourbon with a dip in 18:58 Fred reveals his rivalry against Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns 21:42 Fred discusses his love for Whiskey Myers music 22:00 Would Whiskey Myers Play Free Bird? 24:00 291 Colorado Whiskey Tasting 28:00 Cody Cannon asks Fred: What Are Staves? 32:34 Whiskey Myers Talks About Their Success 29:12 Barrell Batch 21 Tasting 42:00 Using personal experience in Song Writing 43:43 Four Gate Batch 14 Tasting 48:00 How Whiskey Myers coped in Pandemic 52:38 That Time Somebody Gifted Whiskey Myers Fred's American Whiskey of the Year 57:58:21 How Fred trained his palate Subscribe to Fred Minnick's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg?view_as=subscriber Become a YouTube Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg/join Some products tasted on this show may have been provided to Fred Minnick at no cost to him. But that does not impact the honesty of the review. Fred's lowest scores came from whiskey samples. Glencairn provides glassware The Fred Minnick Show: https://www.glencairnwhiskyglass.com/ OFFICIAL THEME SONG The Fred Minnick Show intro features Moon Tooth's “Awe At All Angles”, available now on Pure Noise Record. Listen to the full song at https://fanlink.to/aweatallangles. FOLLOW FRED htps://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/ https://twitter.com/FredMinnick https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/ Buy Fred's Books https://www.amazon.com/dp/0760351724/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=httpwwwfredmi-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=7cf6556bbccd99181248b3ae598a9c5b&creativeASIN=0760351724

2120 Podcast
"You're the trailer park, I'm the tornado."

2120 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 22:01


Power. Greed. Money. Legacy.Sometimes a story comes along that you just can't get enough of. In episode 103, Matt and Jim discuss one of their favorite stories, Yellowstone.*spoiler alerts

Cross The Line 1524, The Common Man's Podcast
Episode #81—Reviewing Our Last 10 Episodes with some Yellowstone Bourbon

Cross The Line 1524, The Common Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 69:18


Episode #81—Reviewing Our Last 10 Episodes.. We spend the podcast reviewing our last 10 episodes with our friend Tony Roberts. We start by doing a tasting of the new Stephen Fante's pick of Yellowstone. Stephen is an Executive Bourbon Steward who represents Limestone Branch Distillery.  The rest of the evening is a fun one…Sit back, relax and enjoy another episode of Cross The Line 1524!   Available on all podcast apps and players including Tunein Radio! Join Jeff Montag, Ruben Hunt. Duane Bischoff and Alan Stenger for another episode of Cross The Line 1524! Recorded with a Live Audience at “The Rusted Nail Speakeasy”! Thank You for listening to Cross The Line1524 Check out our web site at: www.crosstheline1524.com Facebook: Cross The Line 15/24 You Tube: Cross The Line 1524 Email us : podcast@crosstheline1524.com Take a listen to one of America's fastest growing new podcasts! Please take time to leave us a 5 star rating to help us promote our podcast.

BYU-Idaho Radio
Morning Headlines For October 15, 2021

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 3:06


Morning Headlines for October 15, 2021 covers the aftermath of an arrest back in June, Yellowstone and Grand Teton having incredibly busy months, and Idaho Lawmaker Tammy Nichols receives backlash for a controversial meme.

Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love | Build a Career of Success, Satisfaction and Freedom
1024. A Day in the Life of a Film Producer and Writer, with Bob Yari

Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love | Build a Career of Success, Satisfaction and Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 40:03


Bob Yari is the producer of over 40 motion pictures. Some of these include Best Picture Oscar winner Crash and The Illusionist. He recently completed his second directorial effort with Papa: Hemingway in Cuba. He is currently executive producing the hit cable series “Yellowstone.” Bob is CEO of the production company Yari Film Group and is the founder and board member of 101 Studios. Drawing on life lessons, he just published his first book, The Human Condition: A Pathway to Peace and Fulfillment.

Laser Show
Episode #6: Road Trip

Laser Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 47:58


I talk for 47 minutes about a road trip I went on by myself. It's super boring. Badlands, Tetons, Yellowstone, etc.

Outside/In
Tourism Spoils

Outside/In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:11


There's a type of travel industry which defines itself as different: ecologically minded, even “responsible.” It's a type of travel meant to support the conservation of threatened ecosystems. This is not just tourism, but “ecotourism.” This specific brand of tourism is a crucial part of the plan to conserve the Great Himalayan National Park in northern India, a gorgeous patchwork of forests, glaciers, mountains, and rare wildlife. From one perspective, the strategy is working: tourism is on the rise, which provides jobs to locals and incentivizes conservation. But from another perspective, the very thing meant to help conserve the area might also be one of its biggest threats. In our last episode, journalist Yardain Amron reported on the conservation strategy -- and the controversy -- around the creation of the GHNP in the 1980's and ‘90s. Here, Yardain turns to 21st century ecotourism, and explores just how much the Tirthan Valley of India is changing. Who profits from tourism based on exploring wilderness? And just how eco-friendly is ecotourism? Featuring Raju Bharti, Karan Bharti, Dimple Kamra, Upi Kamra, Rosaleen Duffy, Stephan Marchal, Robert Fletcher, Narottam Singh, and a traveler named Nishant. Translation by Vibha Kumar. SUPPORT Outside/In is made possible with listener support. Click here to become a sustaining member of Outside/In.  Subscribe to our newsletter. LINKS To learn more about this approach to conservation, check out our episode on the origins of Yellowstone National Park, “Fortress Conservation.”  Dorceta Taylor, “The Rise of the American Conservation Movement.” Bram Buscher and Robert Fletcher, “The Conservation Revolution.” CREDITS Host: Justine Paradis Reported and produced by Yardain Amron Edited by Taylor Quimby with help from Justine Paradis Executive Producer: Rebecca Lavoie Mixed by Yardain Amron and Taylor Quimby Additional Editing: Felix Poon and Jessica Hunt Special thanks to: Guman Singh, Tony Gaston, and Hema Marchal. Theme: Breakmaster Cylinder Additional Music by Blue Dot Sessions

Sorry We're Stoned with Tish & Brandi Cyrus
DJing, Essential Oils, and Dream Vacays

Sorry We're Stoned with Tish & Brandi Cyrus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:00


Welcome back stoners! Tish and Brandi are back in Nashville and had a blast at the second weekend of Austin City Limits. The trip was filled with good friends, music, and vintage shopping (turns out every pair of jeans magically fit Tish) and Brandi even found a pair this time around! Tish isn't the only one loving her quality time with Baby Bear - Brandi's dog, Astra, is apparently another huge fan. Tish can't wait for her hang with the one and only Paul McDonald! Stoners, everyone check out Paul's new video for ‘How Long?' - it's very trippy! In Off Limits this week, Tish can't get enough of the Netflix show Doctor Foster and Brandi spills the tea on the new Jake Gyllenhaal Netflix movie, The Guilty. However, there's nothing more exciting for them than the return of Yellowstone, Succession, and Ozark! Then, in this week's Dear MT, Brandi gives advice on the best ways to start DJing. She has great recs for which software to use and reveals her #1 secret to DJing - "play what people know.” Tish and Brandi also plan to convince Miley to come on the pod by trading SWS merch (that MC helped design...). They also talk essential oils, Brandi being the mediator of the family, and a potential future visit to Italy. That's all for this week - see you soon, Stoners!

Amerika Übersetzt
Let's Go West!

Amerika Übersetzt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:05


Es sind Herbstferien und viele Deutsche sind unterwegs. Ein Reiseziel war seit Beginn der Pandemie für Europäer gesperrt: die USA. Aber das soll sich nun endlich ändern. Wendy und Jiffer verraten ihre Lieblingssehenswürdigkeiten, beliebtesten Städtereisen, Aktivitäten, Parks, Restaurants und alles dazwischen, von Kalifornien über die Nationalparks des amerikanischen Westens bis zum Mittleren Westen (mit einem kurzen Zwischenstopp in Jiffers Heimatstaat Wisconsin). Begleiten Sie uns auf dieser virtuellen Audio-Tour und planen Sie Ihre nächste Reise!Hier sind die Sehenswürdigkeiten, aufgelistet.  Mit eine schnelle Internet Suche werden Sie  herausfinden, was Sie wissen müssen!Western LoopDenver, ColoradoCheyenneLaramieMedicine Bow National ForestSouth Pass City (restored gold mining town)Jackson, WyomingTeton National ForestYellowstone National Park (make Lodge reservations very early)Cody, rodeoSheridan to Buffalo (Longmire series)Historic Occidental Hotel and Saloon, in Buffalo, WYBig Horn National ForestIndependence Rock State Historic Site, WYCasparDenverMontanaHamilton, Montana Bitterroot Valley MTArizonaSpringtime!SedonaGrand CanyonCalifornia:  San FranciscoExploratorium, best interactive museumThe Ferry Building Market Slanted Door Vietnamese restaurant El Farolito: Best burritos in the MissionForeign Cinema: Outdoor dining with drive in movieDelores Park CafeTartine Bakery :  Best in America Muir WoodsMarin Headlands Stinson BeachPoint ReyesHeading SouthAño Nuevo State Park, elephant sealsBig Basin Redwoods State Park (now closed due to 2021 Fire)Big Basin Vineyards, Boulder Creek (Wendy's)Natural Bridges State Beach, monarch butterfliesSanta Cruz, surfing, BoardwalkMonterey Aquarium17-Mile Drive (Pebble Beach)Pinnacles National ParkAlma's Bakery Deli, in Chualar...Best BurritosBig Sur, Drive Hwy 1 down the coastWisconsinGreen Bay - see a Packers game, visit TitletownJoe Rouer's Bar (best burgers near Green Bay)Credits:Theme Music:  Reha Omayer, HamburgFind us on:Facebook: AmerikaUebersetztTwitter: @AUbersetztContact us:amerikauebersetzt@gmail.com

The Workamper Show Podcast
Episode 142 features Erin Benike with Delaware North at Yellowstone talking about jobs within the park

The Workamper Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 25:32


Delaware North hires Workampers to serve as cashiers, stockers, food service associates, cooks, custodians, supervisors and managers. All the jobs are paid positions with wages ranging between $15 and $19 per hour. General Manager Erin Benike explains that next year the company will experiment with a schedule where people work four days in a row with three days off each week. That will give Workampers plenty of time to explore the many features of Yellowstone.

KHOL Jackson Hole Community Radio 89.1 FM
News Brief Oct. 12 | Yellowstone Scales Back Backpacker Search, "Pink Tax" Affects WY Car Market

KHOL Jackson Hole Community Radio 89.1 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 3:35


News Brief Oct. 12 | Yellowstone Scales Back Backpacker Search, "Pink Tax" Affects WY Car Market by KHOL

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Monday 10/11 - Hour 4

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 38:00


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. A moment on all things sports. A new study shows a link between smoking marijuana and breakthrough COVID cases. The owner of a hot tub on wheels in Nashville is being shut down for lacking a pool permit. A woman was sentenced to jail time and fines for interfering with bears in Yellowstone. A moment on Monday night entertainment.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Craft & Puro
(83) Tatuaje Cojonu 2021 w/ LIT Cigar Lounge Yellowstone barrel picks

Craft & Puro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021


Aloha! On this episode of the podcast we sit down with our longtime friend, Sheldon aka the squirtin German. We fire up the new Tatuaje Cojonu 2021, and pair it against both of LIT Cigar Lounges yellow stone barrel picks. 1 at 102 proof and the other at 115 proof. Lots of fun conversation. An awesome interview, talks on whiskey, coffee, cigars and a whole round robin of fun. Enjoy this episode and be sure to check out The Cigar Dad STL. Mahalo

The Pat Walsh Show
Pat Walsh Show Oct 8 Hr 2

The Pat Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 35:24


Bruce takes your phone calls, talks about some of his favorite foods he ate when he was a kid: a canned brown bread taste test with Bruce and Producer Kendall, Happy Birthday to Bruno Mars and more on the birthday board and BC touches upon stupid people stories: a woman was sentenced to four days in jail for an incident at Yellowstone with a grizzly bear!

Today's Voices of Conservation Science
Kadie Heinle — Fish are awesome: a dive into Yellowstone cutthroat trout research

Today's Voices of Conservation Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 29:54


Kadie Heinle, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University, discusses her career trajectory and research on how drought and brown trout influence Yellowstone cutthroat trout.

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
Man in custody after allegedly attacking ride-share driver

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 8:00


Also in the news; a Cook County commissioner says Board President Toni Preckwinkle needs to be more "upfront" about a shooting incident two-weeks ago. It involved a member of her security team outside her Hyde Park home; a suburban woman is facing the consequences for a risky wildlife photo shoot in Yellowstone National Park earlier this year; a State public health officials say Illinois hospitals are now treating the fewest number of COVID cases since mid-August; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BYU-Idaho Radio
Evening Headlines for October 7, 2021

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 4:14


Details about the woman who was severely burned in Yellowstone National Park this week have been released, an apartment building in Boise is being torn down, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center was given an award by Practice Greenhealth, and Idaho Falls Symphony talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about how the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect performances.

Whiskey Riff Raff
Tilden Hooper

Whiskey Riff Raff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 55:14


Presented by Cinch Jeans, the great Tilden Hooper joined the Whiskey Riff Raff podcast for a great conversation on all things rodeo. We talked how he got his start in rodeo, despite not being from a rodeo family, the grueling nature of the sport, staying healthy and combating injuries, going one on one with a horse, buckle bunnies, mustaches, his appearances on Yellowstone, barfights, Texas hangover breakfasts, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Outside/In
The Himalayan Land Grab

Outside/In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 23:19


The Great Himalayan National Park in India is among the most dramatic landscapes on Earth. Count the layers in a single panoramic photo of the park and you might see mountains, glaciers, old-growth forests, and alpine meadows. But National Parks are defined by two things: first, an abundance of wildlife and majestic landscapes; and second, no permanent human presence. So, before anybody was ever invited to visit the park, authorities first told about 15,000 local people to stay out. This episode is the first of two stories reported by freelance journalist Yardain Amron.  In this tale, he explores the strategies of conservation at work in India's Tirthan Valley, and what it took to create The Great Himalayan National Park over the course of two decades. What does it mean to “protect” the natural world? Who is doing the protecting, and who should it be protected from? SUPPORT Outside/In is made possible with listener support. Click here to become a sustaining member of Outside/In.  Subscribe to our newsletter. LINKS To learn more about this approach to conservation, check out our episode on the origins of Yellowstone National Park, “Fortress Conservation.” Dorceta Taylor, “The Rise of the American Conservation Movement.” Bram Buscher and Robert Fletcher, “The Conservation Revolution.” CREDITS Host: Justine Paradis Reported and produced by Yardain Amron Edited by Taylor Quimby, with help from Justine Paradis Executive Producer: Rebecca Lavoie Mixed by Yardain Amron and Taylor Quimby Additional Editing: Felix Poon and Jessica Hunt Translation: Vibha Kumar Special thanks to Guman Singh and Tony Gaston. Theme: Breakmaster Cylinder Additional Music by Blue Dot Sessions

The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast
WOT 60: Fishing the Way You Want, Photography, and Yellowstone National Park with Jäkob Burleson

The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 67:59


In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Jäkob Burleson from Morrison, Colorado.  Jäkob is a photographer at Umpqua who is passionate about exploring the Rocky Mountains to tell fly fishing stories through his work.  We discuss the value of humility in fly fishing, fishing the way you need, versus the way you want to catch fish, and Jake shares his love for Yellowstone National Park.To learn more about Jäkob or view his photography, follow him on Instagram at:@jakobburOr visit Umpqua to check out more of his amazing photography and storytelling:https://www.umpqua.com/For more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at: https://wadeoutthere.com/

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Jonathan Schemoul - Founder of Aleph.im Ep #48

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 43:36


Anatoly Yakovenko (00:12):Hey folks, this is Anatoly, and you're listening to The Solana Podcast. And today I have Jonathan Schemoul with me, who's the founder of the Aleph.im project. Really awesome to have you.Jonathan Schemoul (00:22):Thank you very much. I'm really happy to be here today.Anatoly Yakovenko (00:25):Cool. We usually start these with a simple question, how did you get into crypto? What's your story? What's the origin story?Jonathan Schemoul (00:36):Well, into crypto it's a long story. I started way back in time, a bit on Bitcoin then I stopped because it was only money back then. And that wasn't the end game for me. Then I came back into crypto in 2015, 2016, and I started doing a bit of development because I saw that I really wanted to be part of Web 3, to do nice things with it. I started developing as an open-source developer for a few projects. One of these is the newest project which is Chinese blockchain layer one. I'm not really involved with it anymore.Jonathan Schemoul (01:16):But working with them as a community open source developer, I saw that there was some missing links somewhere that you couldn't decentralize all the stack with just layer one, it is not the one that they were building back then. So that's how the Aleph.im project is born. For me, besides that, I've been developing for a lot of companies before in the IOT space and also for big banks sometime ago. I've been a developer for a lot of years.Anatoly Yakovenko (01:48):That's great. I mean, that's a great background. The thing that you're focusing on with Aleph is this idea that Web 3 is just a small part of the piece, but you still need UI front-ends, business logic and things sitting on top of the blockchain. How does that work?Jonathan Schemoul (02:09):The idea is that, okay, now you can have smart contracts on Solana, that's great. You can even do way much more on like just money on smart contracts, that's great. Now, you need to have a front-end. So you need to have storage for that front-end. That's not all because a smart contract, a program doesn't have all the data that you need. So you will need some kind of indexing to get history. You will need a back-end for that.Jonathan Schemoul (02:37):Most of the DeFi application that we see have some centralized back-end behind them. They're running on AWS, sometimes on dedicated servers or stuff like that that is still centralized. If a government, and we just saw something about it today, wants to shut down the DeFi protocol that is organized like that, they can. With Aleph.im what we are trying to do is decentralize the last mile, because for that last mile most projects are using AWS, so we need to decentralize AWS.Jonathan Schemoul (03:11):So we provide storage, as in file storage for the front-end files, database storage, because most applications are just databases and also an equivalent to Amazon Lambda, where you start small functions that will be launched on a decentralized cloud, where there is place for them and will get you a return value, and these can be written in any language and connects the web and also a PC from blockchains here at Solana obviously.Anatoly Yakovenko (03:42):Got it. Super Cool. So this is a storage mechanism. Does it guarantee consistency? How's it decentralized? What happens if you nuke it? Yellowstone flows up, the current set of servers from Aleph get destroyed in the volcano. How do I move, switch, what state do I lose? Those are the hard distributed systems question.Jonathan Schemoul (04:08):Yeah. It's a really good question. Aleph.im is not a blockchain at all. We don't have a blockchain. There are enough already. We just accept messages from blockchains. All the supported blockchains are accepted on the network, that means that that message that is signed by a material address is accepted on network, a message that is signed by a certain address is accepted on the network. All our network, hence the name .im, dot instant messaging, the whole system works with messages on the network.Jonathan Schemoul (04:45):Those messages are organized by channels, just like you would go on telegram channels and get the history of them. The network keeps track of those messages and when you start a new node, you get the history of messages, not directly from the other nodes, you will connect two blockchains to specific smart contracts on blockchain. Look at past events, for example, on the Ethereum or on Solana. You look at past events for the synchronization of the network and you look, okay, there has been all these events, okay, let me ask the whole network what those messages were. Then you resync, when there are missing parts you leave them apart and then you get a view on the channels on the messages.Anatoly Yakovenko (05:31):So you write your software, your Lambda hook as if it's a re-entrant, right? So you're kind of recording your progress potentially on Solana as you're processing it.Jonathan Schemoul (05:43):For the Lambda it's a bit different. Here I was explaining how the network works for the messaging on the global state. For the state of pure application, you could either get your state from a blockchain here at Solana. For example, all the indexing effort that we are doing is using Solana as a source of synchronization for these Lambda. But then you can have multiple kind of volumes because since it's Linux Micro VM machine, everything is a volume.Jonathan Schemoul (06:18):So we have local storage volume that is local to the running host. And then the Lambda kind of issue messages on a decentralized database of data and project or under storage, and then raising to the local file system and then issue messaging, et cetera. And we are also working on another kind of phase system that is distributed, where any of them that can write in it on the overall receive the changes, which is kind of tricky.Anatoly Yakovenko (06:48):Is the database, the Aleph database, distributed database? Is that a Byzantine fault-tolerant database? Is it designed with that in mind?Jonathan Schemoul (06:58):Yeah. The idea is that when you send a message on the network, it gets stored by all the over nodes that are interested in your channel. And then there are synchronization node that go and write hashes of the data and signatures inside messages that they push on blockchains. So that when overcome, they can synchronize it and replicate all the data. So that even if one part of the network gets totally disconnected, you can have one part that gets reconnected to the other therefore the peer to peer network for blockchain, for APFS. We have multiple kind of different connectivity solutions so that they can reconnect on resync.Anatoly Yakovenko (07:42):So the Aleph database, if it's Byzantine fault tolerant, I mean, doesn't that make it a blockchain? Is there a token? Is crypto economically like fault tolerant?Jonathan Schemoul (07:56):Yeah. So we have a token, but the token is living on multiple blockchain, Ethereum, Solana, and a few others, but those are the most used today. We have a token, you need a token for your data to stay there. If you don't have any more your data gets garbage collected. But we don't have a blockchain because we go and write on over layer ones. We are technically a layer two database which is computing pre storage.Anatoly Yakovenko (08:23):But the data storage, like the Aleph distributed database, what is that backed by? Or can I pick my own blockchain to use it as a common interface or something like that?Jonathan Schemoul (08:34):Well, currently it writes on Ethereum, we're working on making it write on Solana. For this we need our indexer to be super powerful. So we'll get it writing on Solana very soon. Basically you can write on multiple blockchains and use it as a source of proof.Anatoly Yakovenko (08:53):Got it. That's pretty interesting. So it really doesn't have its own blockchain and you're just using the fault tolerance of the chains you're connected to.Jonathan Schemoul (09:04):Exactly.Anatoly Yakovenko (09:06):Awesome. Yeah, that's really cool. So the other challenge I think is like how do you deal with domains and the web? Where do you run these executed nodes? How do you connect all those pieces?Jonathan Schemoul (09:20):It's a really good question. To connect all the pieces together, we didn't develop some really fancy stuff like proof of space and time and things like that to verify that the data is really stored. We are using something much more low-tech, which is just a quality control. We have core channel nodes, which are the controllers of the network, which needs to keep some Aleph have stakers on such economics. They are verifying that other core channel nodes are behaving well. And that also the resource nodes are behaving well. Then the resource nodes are really doing the work of storing data, providing computing, et cetera. And they're continuously controlled by the core channel nodes.Anatoly Yakovenko (10:09):That's great. So they're basically like a tokenized health check, right?Jonathan Schemoul (10:14):Yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (10:14):I can spin this up and they can continuously monitor whether this computation is making progress, right?Jonathan Schemoul (10:21):Exactly.Anatoly Yakovenko (10:21):Is that verification, is that programmable? Can me as an app developer, can I kind of code up my own apps, specific health checks or an interface or something like that?Jonathan Schemoul (10:35):It's a really good question. That's what we are working on exactly right now.Anatoly Yakovenko (10:40):I'm leaking all the features. My imagination is going.Jonathan Schemoul (10:44):No, no worry. Well, it's really interesting because to understand if an application behaves well on one host, you need to understand what the application is doing. So yes, we will give some kind of health check, which is kind of a unit test of how the app should work. So you will be able to provide unit tests for your app basically.Anatoly Yakovenko (11:11):That's really Cool. What about domains? Like actual DNS?Jonathan Schemoul (11:17):Yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (11:20):I'm asking all the hard questions.Jonathan Schemoul (11:22):Yeah. These questions will be answered if I explain how we handle access to this virtual machine. Because for DNS, for just IPFS, there is already quite a few solution, that's not an issue. But then if you want to make a domain point to one micro VM, you want your micro VM to be able to serve your data. How we do first the load balancing because that's the important question. For load balancing we have two ways, one, which is a regular cloud load balancing, which could be blocked by government, could be censored, because that's what can happen when you have centralized point of control.Jonathan Schemoul (12:07):We will run it ourselves and a few of our partners might run some of the cloud load balancers that basically you can just point your domain to the cloud load balancer. And then the cloud load balancer will create certificates and stuff like that. It will work. We will run one instance. Ubisoft will likely run another. And like many of our partners. Well, for Ubisoft it's not sure, just some talks about it. But perhaps over partners could run cloud load balancers that we'd go on point on specific micro VM host to see where your app is running and point it to them, that might work.Jonathan Schemoul (12:48):Now What happens if a government says, "This app shouldn't work, this domain shouldn't work." Then you have two solutions, you either put the front-end inside IPFS, use some IPFS gateways, et cetera. And then the back-end is on the VM network. But then what happens if a government blocks the specific DNS inside the micro VM global.aleph.sh .aleph.cloud Whatever. Then we have a decentralized load balancing that comes into play.Jonathan Schemoul (13:24):The idea of the decentralized load balancing is that your browser will connect to the IPFS network using leap peer to peer, just leap peer to peer, find Pi Aleph nodes running, contact them directly then ask Pi Aleph node, "What micro VM host are running this software?" And then you can contact them directly. We are working on the JavaScript library that will do all this work on the client side so that you can have your front-end in IPFS that will then go and find all the back-end hosts that could answer your request.Anatoly Yakovenko (13:58):That's super cool. You guys are working on some really hard problems. I think it should be fairly easy to kind of have basically a resolver that points to ENS in the system, right. That's fairly straightforward. And basically you should be able to use any kind of like name, system, command any blockchain.Jonathan Schemoul (14:25):Yeah, clearly.Anatoly Yakovenko (14:26):Do you think that this is something that browsers are starting to recognize as standardizable? Is there a future where you think this technology could start percolating to the UI level where the end user can pick like blockchain based DNS resolver that kind of like connects all the pieces, right? From the human to this decentralized one.Jonathan Schemoul (14:51):I think that something that could come, I think that those that could really help in this is Mozilla foundation, I think that they would be the one to talk with. We aren't in talk with them because we don't really take that step right now. We have a lot on our plate. But in the future I'm pretty sure it's the way to go. We will connect to any effort in that area and we will recognize it. I know that for IPFS for example, IPFS, IPNS, there are some efforts on some browser extension that you can install to have it, et cetera.Anatoly Yakovenko (15:29):How does like certificate chaining play with us? What happens if I need to have a cert on my service and things like that.Jonathan Schemoul (15:38):A certificate on your service? Yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (15:41):Like their sign or whatever.Jonathan Schemoul (15:43):Well, we use the one that everyone uses, which is-Anatoly Yakovenko (15:48):Let's Encrypt. The EFF one.Jonathan Schemoul (15:49):Yeah, exactly. We're using this one, we used the discovery with the content, so that we switch to a specific content when Let's Encrypt connects, then we serve this content, then we get a valid certificate, we can serve the good content.Anatoly Yakovenko (16:07):Can you unpack that a little bit?Jonathan Schemoul (16:10):Yeah. Well, Let's Encrypt has multiple ways to certify that you have a certain domain, for sub domains of .aleph.sh and .aleph.cloud, It's easy, we are using wildcard certificates. For custom domains that you could make point to your content directly, what we do is that you put a key inside your DNS to say, this is the virtual machine that should be mapped to that domain. Then you do a CNAME to our cloud load balancer and then the VM host when they get a request for this one, they go and check the DNS to see what VM they should serve on the generator certificate using Let's Encrypt for that domain and they start serving it.Anatoly Yakovenko (16:59):Oh man, this would be really cool. But if we could have like an ENS where in my ENS registry I set my Let's Encrypt domain, and then I run a local DNS server on my home machine where I run my browser and point that as a resolver, you could kind of tie these knots together and get-Jonathan Schemoul (17:23):Yeah, it could work.Anatoly Yakovenko (17:24):That's really cool. What happens if these instances die, where do you guys get more hardware? How does that process work?Jonathan Schemoul (17:36):Well, an instance can just stop, then the load balancing system will find another instance to run your code. Then what happens when an instance get a request for a code that doesn't have for the micro VM network. I mean, it goes on the network, checks, okay, what is the database entry that is in front? It takes the database entries. Has there been any upgrades to it? Okay. I get the upgrades. I subscribe using web socket to the upgrades of this database entry basically because it's a document about database entry.Jonathan Schemoul (18:14):And then it looks, okay, so this is the root FS that I should load. Do I have it? I have it, could I use it? If not, I download it from the network. I applied that root FS, where is the code? Okay. What volume does it needs and it builds and retransits and gets you the answer. For a cold start with no root FS or whatever, it can take a few seconds. But in general you use the same root FS as others. So you can get the code start. If you don't have the code, it's less than a second. If you already have the code of the application is like 150 millisecond for a cold start.Anatoly Yakovenko (18:53):Got It. And is the coordination to decide where to start this particular instance? Does that occur over the underlying chain, like Solana or Ethereum or whatever?Jonathan Schemoul (19:08):Again, that's something that we're working on. At start it's on the cloud load balancer. So the cloud load balancer are semi centralized for that. The idea is that each micro VM running node that starts running one will register a message, which is a database entry with a reference to say, "I am running this one." And then the cloud load balancer looks at the uptimes of the available micro VMs and say, "Okay, this micro VM has it ready." I'm forwarding it to it.Jonathan Schemoul (19:40):And then if there is none, then it could just route it to like a random one that has a good uptime. And then this one, the next time kind of like be choosing automatically because it is already serving it. If there is a lot of requests, it will provision multiple ones.Anatoly Yakovenko (19:59):Interesting. Got it. And you anticipate that you'll basically be able to move if the underlying chain is cheap and fast enough you should be able to move the coordination and kind of like start this instance, pull this volume. This would be really cool with like Arweave backed storage volumes. Because you could almost then see the lifetime, the life cycle of the application as its business logic is evolving, right? That state is very useful to developers who are being able to go back to a checkpoint effectively at any given time too.Jonathan Schemoul (20:38):Well, right now we are using our own storage engine, which is APFS compatible. But in the future we will allow to choose other storage engine and we will also develop gateways with like Arweave, Filecoin and other.Anatoly Yakovenko (20:53):Super cool. I used to work at Mesosphere so I don't know if you've heard of them, like D2iQ, this was kind of Kubernetes competitor, trying to build this decentralized operating system using Mesos as the jobs kind of Q-engine. There's a lot of similar challenges there, and this is really cool that you guys are building this in a decentralized web application that's kind of hosted in the real cloud, the mythical cloud.Jonathan Schemoul (21:28):Yeah. Well, there's a saying, there is no cloud, it's just other people computers. Here it's really other people computer. So it's pretty good because then you don't trust those computers because you know it's other people computers.Anatoly Yakovenko (21:44):How do you guys ensure the integrity of the computation itself? How do I know that the virtual machine, the execution environment that's running isn't malicious.Jonathan Schemoul (21:54):It's a really good question. There is multiple questions there. How can I ensure that this computation isn't returning a bad result because it knows who is on the other end. The load balancing system ensures that you don't really see who is in the other end, so you don't know who is making the request. So you don't know if it's a quality control call or if it's a real call. It goes back to your question of the testing of the application. And there is another one there which is the question of the secrets, because you might need secrets. If you want to do push notification based on a smart contract event on Solana, let's say, because that's something that we are working on right now, thinking about it.Anatoly Yakovenko (22:48):That's super cool.Jonathan Schemoul (22:48):So you would need secrets. You will need to story a secret to being able to go back to this device and send these device and notification. So you either store secrets in the local storage of the instance, but then if the instance dies, you can get it back or you try to get shared secrets between multiple hosts. We are working on it. We don't have a total answer on that. What we are working on is using free shirt cryptography, so that multiple host defined by the developer come under these secrets. And then you go back to a question of trust, which is problematic.Anatoly Yakovenko (23:30):By the threshold cryptography, is this like an MPC to compute, or are you guys thinking like BLS or like Schnorr aggregation?Jonathan Schemoul (23:42):More like you encrypt something that can be decrypted by multiple private keys.Anatoly Yakovenko (23:47):Got it.Jonathan Schemoul (23:48):And then if they want to send a message, it needs to be signed by at least x of y.Anatoly Yakovenko (23:54):Right. Got it.Jonathan Schemoul (23:57):Because this micro VM I mentioned can also send messages on the network. These messages on the network will be database entries that in the end might end up also on-chain using all records or whatever. Because these micro VM can read from on chain data and the idea is that we are working so that they can also write on chain as well. So then you might need some kind of trust somewhere. So one developer could say, I trust this host this host this host, but they need at least to do that calculation three times, let's say. But it's a bit problematic and we are still working on it. It's not finished yet, so yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (24:40):That's what I mean, that's a really hard problem.Jonathan Schemoul (24:41):Yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (24:43):Really cool. Yeah, the secrets thing is really challenging. I guess, what's your vision for this? You guys are tackling on some really hard problems, you get all of them done in the next year.Jonathan Schemoul (25:01):I hope so.Anatoly Yakovenko (25:06):What happens then? What is the vision for Aleph?Jonathan Schemoul (25:08):Well, here we are only speaking about a few crypto issues. We aim at bigger than just the crypto ecosystem. What we really want to do is decentralize the web, so getting bigger, way, way bigger, that's the goal. We are working with a few bigger partners who are part of the Ubisoft entrepreneurial labs, for example. We want to have a lot of hosting partners in the game that start providing resources so that I want it to be as easy as spinning up AWS server or whatever, you would just spin up VMs under the .im network. I want it to be as easy as using Firebase, using Amazon Lambda, et cetera.Jonathan Schemoul (25:51):And we have another big project going on, which is the indexing on Solana, where we are indexing data for a few protocols, currently Raydium, we might have another already soon. Well, I can say the name. We are working a lot on Orca, on port finance right now, and a lot of others actually that I can't really talk yet. But the idea is to have all these data available, have all these data feed coming up so that you can have events based on them, also do off-chain computation and things like that.Jonathan Schemoul (26:29):I really want DeFi to be totally resilient because until it's totally decentralized, you can stop DeFi. When it's totally decentralized, you can't. And if there is only the smart contracts that are decentralized, you can still stop it.Anatoly Yakovenko (26:48):Yeah. That's definitely a fair point. I think the UX issues around building also just like push notifications and all these other things for projects are really hard to overcome if it's a decentralized project, because who's going to host those servers, right, to connect to mobile and everything else. Yeah. You guys have a lot of work set out and it's pretty exciting. What do you think is missing? If you guys had like another, somebody else was building this other piece that you think is missing in the Web 3, what would it be?Jonathan Schemoul (27:26):What is missing today in the Web 3 ease of use for all this. We are trying to tackle this, but we have so much on our end. So this is a big issue, ease of use for developers, ease of use for users. Well, Phantom is already doing a great work on that end on Solana. But yeah, this and also I think that there is some kind of breaks between the ... In DeFi, if you want to move money into the real world, it gets hard really fast because there has been some kind of complications that have been put in place by regulators, by banks, by whatever. If we could just get all these parts simpler, it could be great. Some kind of link between FinTech and crypto that would work everywhere in the world, including Europe, USA, et cetera. It would be great. There are a lot of people working on it, but that's something that is missing as well.Anatoly Yakovenko (28:28):Yeah. Identity and like having those easy ramps is still hard. What about DNS? Just straight up resolving, do you think that's tackleable from a Web 3 perspective.Jonathan Schemoul (28:45):The issue is the way DNS is done. DNS protocol is great, but it implies centralization points, a lot of centralization points, which are problematic. Then you will need another standard on DNS. But if you have another standard on DNS, then you have the issue that the network right now is done, is not done for it and the browser don't understand it, et cetera, and operating system don't understand it. We would need gateways for that. I think it's doable. It's definitely doable, but it's a lot of work. And you would need multiple root servers, even virtual root servers, like what you said, local DNS server that would resolve your request, it could work.Jonathan Schemoul (29:38):If Let's Encrypt could understand it in the same way, it would work. Or we could even have something different than the root certificate that we have today, because with blockchain, we already have private keys. We already have signature. So if you sign your content with your private key, then you can verify it on the other end. And you don't really need all these chains of certificates that are here today. So that could also be another solution, but it would need another way, because right now we have roots certificate, children's certificate, et cetera. And it all goes back to central authority. The whole DNS on certificate system today goes with authority. With blockchain we are trained to remove authorities.Anatoly Yakovenko (30:33):Yeah. Do you guys see this as becoming developer facing, or maybe someday eventually kind of like client facing and want these decentralized applications running for me, kind of my own instances. Or is this always going to be here I am, team Orca, go to this domain as a user.Jonathan Schemoul (30:56):It's a good question as well. It's always the issue between hosted components, locally run components and kind of pragmatic on that. At start I would really like to, everything runs inside my browser, everything works. That's great. In reality, you have mobile phones, you have tablets, you have computers, you have a lot range of devices that can be running all the time. So real peer to peer application can't really work that well, unless you go and say, "Okay. While you are waiting for me, please send it to my friend, that will forward the data for me, et cetera.Jonathan Schemoul (31:40):Blockchains are really helping there is that we have a centralized authority, which is the blockchain that you can trust and that can hold data for you and can even encrypt it for you or store it on aleph.im, whatever, and only you can decrypt it. I think that the mix between the two would be good, like self hosted data and remotely hosted data on the decentralized cloud, a good mix of the two could be good. And the efforts by the leap peer to peer team, with the javascript leap peer to peer. And there are a few of us like that helps, because once you have access to a peer-to-peer network directly from your browser, you can cut middlemen. You can cut central authorities, et cetera, if you're the blockchain that serves as a central authority.Anatoly Yakovenko (32:28):What kind of loads have you guys seen or been able to test this out, in terms of like users request per second, kind of WebSocket connections per second.Jonathan Schemoul (32:39):It depends because when it's per server, that's not that much of an issue because the micro VM supervisor just forwards the request to the underlying software. If you don't choose local persistent volume, the supervisor can run as many instances of your program as needed, then you can spawn multiple one even inside the same supervised cluster. And then the network, if it sees that this one has issues adding the request load you can load new ones.Jonathan Schemoul (33:18):I don't think that there is really a limit on the request per second for that. So it's not really the issue that we have. And then on the database part, same, if you access one API server and you give it 500,000 requests per second, it would go down, because it's a server. If you target multiple API server, you are good. So that's also where the decentralized load balancing helps because if you use a cloud load balancer obviously even this cloud can go down. But if you contact a peer to peer network to know what host can answer, then you can contact multiple host. And all our core channel nodes, we are currently 54 of them are also API servers that users can connect to to get the data, which will be certified by our core channel node.Anatoly Yakovenko (34:10):Cool. As a whole, how many, I guess, do you have an idea of how many users per second or humans per second have you guys served in some peak times?Jonathan Schemoul (34:21):We don't, because we don't store metrics currently, we should. We don't have it because we didn't want to have any kind of log or whatever on the users, but we should add it, that's actually a good point, we will.Anatoly Yakovenko (34:37):Yeah. I mean, I think you got to be really aware of privacy and how that impacts some applications. But really interesting to see how this works. Caching is another one of those things, basically having a distributed cache around the world for often queried data. And this is an issue that I think doesn't have a good solution in Web 3 right now. You do all this work, set up a purely thin client, that's like loads from code, only talks to the chain and then you got to go fetch assets. And if you're using centralized ... Yeah, they can basically inject whatever they want.Jonathan Schemoul (35:25):Yeah, that's the main issue. And the good part is that if you also randomize where the request of the users go, if there is one bad actor, it will only inject bad data once in a while you don't even know where. Once there is a quality control it will detect it, so that can also be a solution. It's not a silver bullet either, but it can definitely help. So like for Solana what we are doing right now, for Raydium for example, is that we have an indexer that talks to multiple RPC of Solana then get the transaction history, store it inside the level DB, inside the micro VM, and then index the data.Jonathan Schemoul (36:09):Then we can get data on the pool's latest trades and stuff like that. The idea is that if there is too much request on one index, it will start another index or another index or another index, or et cetera, so that when you do a request, it reroutes you randomly to multiple hosts that have the same index.Anatoly Yakovenko (36:28):How fast is that?Jonathan Schemoul (36:31):Not fast enough currently. Well, it's fast enough for Raydium.Anatoly Yakovenko (36:35):Okay.Jonathan Schemoul (36:36):It works really well.Anatoly Yakovenko (36:40):Raydium gets a ton of hits. I mean, some of their IDOs have seen half a million requests per second-Jonathan Schemoul (36:48):Yeah. So for the Raydium data, it handles it well, like all the trades, whatever, it handles it pretty well. We don't get behind blocks in the indexing, so it works well. For Serum it's a bit more problematic because you need to watch, event cue all the time. I really hope they will have some kind of flux in the future. I think that they are working on it. So that would really help us either to get history even when we aren't watching their event cue.Anatoly Yakovenko (37:23):Yeah. So not half a million per second, half a million total, which is quite different, but yeah, they see some really good traffic.Jonathan Schemoul (37:30):Yeah.Anatoly Yakovenko (37:32):Cool. I mean, that's really cool. I think really hard part I think in designing these systems, one, is the problem is difficult, but then once you build the first version of it and you start hitting real traffic, there's a lot of parts that fit together that break under load. So what is your debugging like? How do you guys actually monitor like debug, like PagerDuty, what do you guys use as a team?Jonathan Schemoul (38:01):Right now our team is still small. We are growing a lot. Right now we are like 10 developers. A few months ago we were only three. A year ago I was alone. So we are growing really fast and we are putting all these things into place. Right now everyone monitors and checks what happens and it helps. There is Hugo who is on the micro VM side, Ali was mostly on the indexer side, myself we can get everything. But we are putting really real stuff in place right now to have it, because we are a growing startup so it takes time to get everything in place.Anatoly Yakovenko (38:43):Yeah, for sure. Do you envision a PagerDuty team for this?Jonathan Schemoul (38:48):Yes. I think that we will need one. Once we have more application that are using it, we will need one. So yes, if you have advices on that day, I'm really happy to get them.Anatoly Yakovenko (39:00):I mean, it's just part of life. It's not complicated. It's just work. This is I think that like response team I think is a difficult thing to set up in a decentralized community. If you guys are building a decentralized network with providers that are supplying hardware and all this other stuff, those are the folks that we found to be really responsive and have a lot of stake in growing this. How do the economics work for all the people actually supplying the hardware and bandwidth, et cetera?Jonathan Schemoul (39:36):Again, the research and economics aren't live yet. We are working on them. The core channel nodes economics is already there for like a year, now it works well. For the core channel node you need to have 200,000 Aleph to start a node and 500,000 Aleph, staked on a node, so that it can start to run. And then all the node operator get a share of a global envelope daily for all the nodes. All the stakers get a part of the envelope for stakers. The more nodes active, the bigger the envelope for staker is. But then for each node, they will earn a bit less if there are more nodes because it's a global envelope. So it helps stakers grow the number of nodes that are active, so that's for the core channel nodes.Jonathan Schemoul (40:25):For the resource nodes, to get storage or computing on network, there is two ways to get it. One that is already live, which is hold X amount of Aleph and get that amount of storage, hold X amount of Aleph and have the ability to start one VM with X megabyte of RAM, X virtual CPU, et cetera. And then the multiplier, and all that gives you the total count of micro VM I mentioned that can be running on your network based on your balance. The good part with that is that partner project could use a lending protocol to borrow Aleph where depositing their own token to get service. They would get the service for free just paying interest in their token, inside the borrowing protocol.Anatoly Yakovenko (41:14):Got it.Jonathan Schemoul (41:15):So that's a way for protocols to get it, but it's quite expensive because they don't directly pay for it. So for this way of using it, Aleph.im network is paying for them from the incentive pool, which right now it's one fifth of the supply, and we are changing it in the next few months, we'll change a bit of economics. It will be nearly half of the supply that would be dedicated to pay for that. Because since you lock a part of the supply, then you can release a bit inside circulating because of this new use. So that's for the hold X Aleph tokens.Jonathan Schemoul (41:51):And then there is another way that isn't developed yet that we will likely use Solana for, because it's fast enough for micro-payments in that area. It's like pay per action, pay X Aleph per gigabyte per month. You as a provider, you can say, "I am okay to be paid at least that much." And then users will say, "I want my data to be replicated at least four time. And I'm okay to pay at most that much for this." Then you get divided by those who provide service and the payment is done as micro payments. And same for the micro VM you pay per CPU per hour, et cetera.Anatoly Yakovenko (42:32):Got it. That's really cool. Well, this has been awesome to have you on the show. I mean, we got into I think the really deep, deep tells of how Aleph works, so I had a blast because it really reminds me of the spending, working on the stuff for centralized systems. It's really cool to see this kind of built ground up for decentralized ones as well. So appreciate the work you're doing. Thank you, Jonathan.Jonathan Schemoul (43:00):Thank you very much for having that call. It was really great talking with you.Anatoly Yakovenko (43:04):Awesome. And good luck to you guys. I mean, startups are blood, sweat and tears, so just keep working on the vision. You'll get there.Jonathan Schemoul (43:11):Thank you very much.Anatoly Yakovenko (43:13):Cool. Take care.

StarTalk Radio
Cosmic Queries – Space Volcanoes: Fire and Ice with Natalie Starkey

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 56:18


What's a supervolcano? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Matt Kirshen discover all types of volcanoes in the solar system with cosmochemist and author of Fire and Ice, Natalie Starkey. Is there such a thing as an ice volcano?NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons ILAN CAPONE, Ricardo Torres, Boiphamet, Sebastien Leroy, Parker, Katharine Hooper, and Alireza Sefat for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Boaworm, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Park Rats Podcast
National Park Survival Stories

Park Rats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 35:17


Welcome to spooktober. This month we have a whole lot of treats for you and a few tricks up out sleeve. Leading off are some of the parks greatest survival stories. First off is the amazing survival of Truman Everts  in what would become Yellowstone National Park.Next is the crazy story of the lone survivor of the deadly Yarnell Forest Fire in Arizona, Brendan McDonough. Finally the story of Robert Ringo and his trek in Joshua tree National park gone wrong. All of these stories are amazing. To believe these park enthusiasts made it out alive is amazing and the fact you finished the episode and are now looking at the shownotes is also amazing. Check out a bonus story at this link.Check out the Instagram at @parkratspodcast to stay updated with the schedule this month and our first annual park showdown. We'll see you soon ;) PEACE!?!-1!

Born to be a STAR
Who's ready for Christmas ?

Born to be a STAR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:26


who's ready for Christmas shopping? It's ok not to fit in. Let's not act like Amazon isn't the best way to shop. Laugh more it looks good on you. Do we need to get paramount in Order to watch Yellowstone. Can we talk about the new  James Bond and we have to wait to Christmas for matrix . When will chasing Eve return? Cereal can be eaten anytime of day. Magic spoon is so good. Pinterest has so many recipes. Is ordering prepare meals a time saver? Happy Monday

Fringe Radio Network
The Oddcast - Prophetess of Doom! (this one is creepy!)

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 54:44


In this session the Oddman talks about Mark, and Elizabeth Prophet, Summit Lighthouse, and The Church Universal and Triumphant, or CUT which is a New Age doomsday cult that gained popularity in the 80's, and 90's for building underground bunkers near Yellowstone Park. This is another fascinating example of how easily people can be fooled into doing outrageous things when they don't use discernment. There are some creepy audio clips in this one. Totally FRINGE!

BYU-Idaho Radio
Morning Headlines For October 1, 2021

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 2:32


Morning Headlines for October 1, 2021 covers Idaho state police cracking down on bad driving, Idaho validating election results, and a new project to help grizzly bears in Yellowstone.

Dads Drinking Bourbon
Review: Yellowstone Limited Edition 2021

Dads Drinking Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 28:37


Luxco sent us over a sample of the 2021 Yellowstone Limited Edition release to review. Cheers! Shop orcacoolers.com and use the code DADSEASON for 20% off your order. ORCA: For All of Life's Adventures. If you're a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at www.distilleryproducts.com  Get in on the action at www.action247.com use code DADS100 for Action 24/7 to match your first deposit up to $400

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Brian Laundrie Captured in Family Camping Selfie?

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 37:24


As the search for Brian Laundrie continues, citing of the man are coming into authorities. A family camping in the Fort De Soto area may have caught Laundrie in the backgound of their selfie and another man says he saw Laundrie sullen and drinking in a bar, near Yellowstone National Park. Meanwhile the FBI is searching the camping area around Fort De Soto. Joining Nancy Grace today: Dale Carson - Criminal Defense Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer, Author: "Arrest-Proof Yourself, DaleCarsonLaw.com Dr. Jorey Krawczyn Police Psychologist, Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: Operation S.O.S. - Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide” (October 2021) bw-institute.com Sheryl McCollum - Forensic Expert & Cold Case Investigative Research Institute Founder, ColdCaseCrimes.org, Twitter: @ColdCaseTips Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan"Michael Ruiz - Reporter, Fox News Digital, Twitter: @MikeRreports See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Grounded with Dinée Dorame
Episode 33 - Oiselle 2021 Women Run the Vote Panel: Historical & Present Erasure of Black & Indigenous Communities in the Land/Outdoors with Teresa Baker, Faith E. Briggs, Guarina Lopez & Rebecca McCown

Grounded with Dinée Dorame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 68:24


Oiselle 2021 Women Run the Vote Panel (on September 21, 2021) on the historical and present erasure of Black and Indigenous communities from the land/outdoors was moderated by Dinée Dorame, with Teresa Baker, Rebecca McCown, Guarina Lopez, and Faith Briggs. The 2021 Women Run the Vote Virtual Relay covered 907 miles from Apsaalooké (Crow) lands at Yellowstone National Park and ended in Duwamish territory in Seattle, WA from September 20th - 26th, 2021. More than 75 physical activities could be logged and converted to miles on the virtual route to provide an inclusive experience for participants of all abilities. Event organizers Oiselle and Run 4 All Women aimed to educate participants about indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice while raising funds for the Duwamish Tribe of Seattle, National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, and Runners for Public Lands. The event raised $111,000 in total, with $37,000 being donated to each of the three organizations.   In This Episode: Oiselle's Women Run the Vote 2.0 Virtual Relay Oiselle's Women Run the Vote Panelist Bios Grounded Pod Episode 7 - Faith E. Briggs Grounded Pod Episode 20 - Alison Mariella Desir Grounded Pod Episode 29 - Guarina Lopez   Follow the Panelists: Teresa Baker: @teresabaker11 Faith E. Briggs: @faithevebee Guarina Lopez: @guarinapalomalopez Rebecca McCown: @re_beckey   Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee   Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher   Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.

Literally Disturbed
41. Where's Baldo? & The Tale As Old As Time

Literally Disturbed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 81:44


We are sorry for the delay but we finally have the sensational and tragic story of Gabby Petito. Brittany and Katie go through the time line leading up to her disappearance and discuss theories swirling around what really happened to Gabby Petito.Stick around for Katies paranormal story on Emily's Bridge or the Gold Brook Covered Bridge and how poor Emily met her demise.Sophie's cryptid this week is on the Loveland Frogman!Follow us!Twitter- https://twitter.com/literallydpodInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/literallydisturbedpodcast/Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/literallydisturbed                        https://www.facebook.com/groups/literallydisturbedinvestigations                        https://www.facebook.com/groups/literallydisturbedpodcastWebsite- www.literallydisturbed.comPatreon-www.patreon.com/literallydisturbed

P3 Dystopia
Supervulkaner

P3 Dystopia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 63:09


På jorden finns hundratals aktiva vulkaner. Deras utbrott kan påverka hela vår planet. Vad händer om det verkligen smäller? Vad är en "supervulkan" och vad kan hända om en sådan exploderar? Hur påverkas planeten av vulkanisk aska? Vad är ett pyroklastiskt flöde? Vad är det som lurar under nationalparken Yellowstone? Är supervulkaner en hype eller ett riktigt hot mot mänskligheten? P3 Dystopia tar reda på vad som händer när det värsta tänkbara inträffar.

BYU-Idaho Radio
Morning Headlines For September 28, 2021

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 2:50


Morning Headlines for September 28, 2021 covers popular wolves from Yellowstone being killed by hunters, the Red Cross's record blood shortage, and an update on the derailed Amtrak train in Wyoming.

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
Tanya asks a favor of Murphy & Jodi / Trick-or-treating during the pandemic / Murphy watches Yellowstone

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 34:21


Sam's girlfriend asks a favor of Murphy and Jodi.What to do about trick or treating this year with the new Covid variant?How has binge-watching Yellowstone changed Murphy?

Climate Connections
Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 1:31


Chicago-based startup Nature's Fynd is using the fungus to develop products from chicken nuggets to yogurt. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

Voices of Montana
The Quakes Of Summer at Yellowstone National Park

Voices of Montana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021


It's been another active summer at Yellowstone National Park, both above and below the ground. A swarm of more than 140 earthquakes in one day, some greater than 2.0 on the Richter Scale, took place in mid-July. During that month, the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory recorded more than 1000 earthquakes. Listen to learn what the Yellowstone ... Read more

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint
Forrie Smith from Yellowstone TV Show on Montana Talks

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 18:38


Forrie, who plays Lloyd on the TV show, visited with Aaron about the show, and with Jay Linderman of the MT Pro Rodeo Hall-Wall of Fame, promoted an October 2nd fundraiser for rodeo scholarships.

Hebrew Nation Online
Calming Harp Episode #38

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 28:00


Yellowstone National Park is such a beautiful place, displaying the awesome creative power of our Creator. As Shirley and I traveled through the park, we took photos and videos so that we could share the beauty with our listeners. When I got home, I decided to decipher the music out of Psalm 19 and then use it as a background to the beautiful scenery. This week's episode, is about focusing on the beauty of creation and separating ourselves out into that beauty so that we can be refreshed and able to handle the cares of this life that are constantly assailing us. It is my hope and prayer that the video of Yellowstone and this music and scriptures will help you to find that place to come apart and rejuvenate your heart, mind, body and soul. Blessings. Produced by – Steve Rees – Harpist If you like what you hear please subscribe: www.youtube.com/peregrinnatti To find us on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peregrinnatti Calming Harp Page: https://www.facebook.com/Calming-Harp… If you would like to write a testimony of how this music has helped you email me at: steve@calmingharp.com To purchase CDs and MP3s go to our website: https://calmingharp.com/ To donate to the ministry of the Calming Harp: https://calmingharp.com/marketplace Steve Rees has been producing Harp Music from the Psalms of David for the past 20 years. He has discovered a connection between the Hebrew text of the Psalms and music notes that develop into chord progressions that form the basis for musical compositions that have been appreciated by thousands of followers. We invite you to join the many lives that have been positively affected by this wonderful music.

Dave Ryan Show's Minnesota Goodbye
I'm Going to Ride That Moose

Dave Ryan Show's Minnesota Goodbye

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 15:04


Some tips about going to Yellowstone and dealing with bears since Jenny's heading out there next week, what you shouldn't do if you're walking on trails, and more!

Voices of Greater Yellowstone
03 | Climate Change and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Voices of Greater Yellowstone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 43:57


Reduction in snowfall and snowpack. Warmer water temperatures. Increased droughts. More forest fires.What does this all mean for our future? Climate change is a real threat to the planet, and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is not immune to it.In Episode 03, we sit down with paleoclimatologist Cathy Whitlock to discuss what climate change is doing to this special place. Dr. Whitlock is the co-lead author and scientist for the Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment, an “in-depth summary of past, historical, and projected future changes to temperature, precipitation, and water in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.” Released in June 2021, the Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment uses the best available science to explore climate change impacts to our region and provide a basis for informing adaptation and mitigation strategies moving forward.Join us and learn about the first ecosystem-scale climate study of its kind!Voices of Greater Yellowstone was created by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, a conservation nonprofit dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations.The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the land of 30+ Indigenous Tribes who maintain current and ancestral connections to the lands, waters, wildlife, plants, and more.> Read the Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment: http://www.gyclimate.org> Sign-up for our podcast supporter email list: https://bit.ly/3hHSCIM> Give to the Greater Yellowstone Coalition: https://bit.ly/3wMaCFW> Follow GYC on Facebook, Twitter, and InstagramPodcast Artwork > Rachel Dunlap ArtMusic >Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)Artist: http://audionautix.com/ /

Backpacker Radio
#119 | Lauren & Henri de la Vega: The Triple Crown Power Couple

Backpacker Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 134:44


In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Lauren and Henri de la Vega — a husband and wife southbounding the Continental Divide Trail to complete their triple crown. We take a journey down memory lane in both romance and trails and get an in-depth play-by-play on their CDT hike thus far. This chat paints an awesome picture of some of the alternates that are available, how to spot geothermal activity under the ground when in the backcountry of Yellowstone, and risk tolerances based on experiences from the PCT. It ends with the cutest Q&A, trek propaganda on a breakout of COVID in the AT portion of Maine, a heated triple crown of cereals, and more. Backcountry.com discount code: Use code “backpackerradio” at backcountry.com/backpackerradio to get 15% off your first full price purchase Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “poopstory” for 15% off at Gossamergear.com. Vital Farms: Check out vitalfarms.com to learn more about where honest food is raised Enlightened Equipment: Save 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Stock Torrid Jacket with code “thetrek10” here. Interview with Lauren & Henri de la Vega Lauren's Instagram  Henri's Instagram  Lauren & Henri's Guiding Company Time stamps & Questions 00:04:15 - QOTD: How was your last week?  00:09:54 - General Reminders: Wisconsin meetups & new intern  00:11:45 - Guest introductions 00:13:18 - Did you meet on trail?  00:15:42 - Did the woman you babysat for officiate your wedding?  00:16:05 - Did you both have an interest in thru-hiking?  00:17:01 - How long had you been dating when you started the AT? 00:17:23 - Did you enjoy the transition to sharing the same tent, and giving up your personal space? 00:19:04 - How is SOBOing the CDT going?  00:19:50 - When did you start the CDT?  00:19:55 - What was the weather like at the time? 00:20:34 - Were there any big gear changes from the AT/PCT/CDT?  00:21:24 - Did the tent give you peace of mind with the bears?  00:22:20 - What was your reaction when you thought a bear collapsed the tent? 00:22:50 - Did the fires impact your hike?  00:25:28 - What was the scenery like on the Big Sky route?  00:26:03 - How many miles have you hiked?  00:27:57 - How does your mileage tracking impact your resupply?  00:30:15 - What's the most amount of people you think you've seen on a given day?  00:30:53 - Are you finding it's primarily hikers on their 3rd trail, or beginners?  00:31:29 - What's the wildlife been like? 00:35:17 - Is the pika encounter the scariest animal encounter you've had in your life?  00:35:34 - When you walked through Yellowstone, were you able to do some sightseeing?  00:36:36 - Weren't you worried about the thermal areas while hiking?  00:37:32 - How do you identify thermal areas? 00:39:20 - Were you able to identify any of the thermal areas yourself?  00:41:00 - Can the thermal hot springs be used as a water source?  00:41:14 - Are people swimming in these spots?  00:42:38 - When were you passing through Yellowstone?  00:42:44 - Where do you go after Yellowstone?  00:44:49 - Was the alternate to Jackass Pass similar to Mahoosuc Notch?  00:45:36 - How long is the alternate in comparison to Mahoosuc Notch?  00:47:10 - Did you look at photos before getting to the CDT destinations?  00:48:07 - Since you didn't see photos beforehand, were you surprised by your reaction to some of the views or spots? 00:49:02 - What were your “Oh shit!” moments on the trails? 01:04:33 - What was underneath the hole you created on Mather Pass?  01:06:46 - Did people on Facebook weigh in on what the hole was?  01:08:18 - Was it Strawberry or Tree?  01:10:54 - Did Strawberry's accident impact your risk tolerance? 01:13:40 - Where were you Guiding in New York?  01:13:55 - Is it for kids or adults?  01:14:49 - Is it a course you take to become a Guide?  01:15:46 - What types of questions are asked that could be completed on the scantron?  01:16:36 - Back to the CDT, was there anything else to mention about the Wind River Range?  01:23:13 - Filtering cow shit water  01:24:06 - What happens after the basin?  01:25:43 - When you're doing a stretch of roadway, where do you camp at night?  01:29:14 - What do you say to a cop when you get in trouble for camping on the road?  01:29:46 - Was there anything notable about Colorado we should hit on?  01:34:48 - Does it make you feel better to check the elevation gain of your hike? 01:35:51 - When playing fuck/marry/kill, why would you kill the CDT?  01:36:23 - When did you complete your 14ers  01:36:48 - Is Leadville the last town you were in?  01:38:06 - What are you looking forward to next?  01:39:19 - Did you go into Montbell while you were in Denver, to get puffy pants?  01:42:50 - What's your biggest pet peeve about each other while on the trail?  01:45:40 - What is the most endearing thing the other person has done?  01:47:48 - How do you fish when on trail?  01:48:15 - If you catch something do you keep it or catch and release?  01:49:49 - What's one thing that made you want to murder the other person while on trail?  01:52:22 - If you were to write a dating bio for the other person, in a hiking theme, what would you write? 01:55:38 - Give me your joint dating profile bio, as a couple, for a trail magic sugar momma 01:56:44 - Thanks for joining us Lauren & Henri!  SEGMENTS Trek Propaganda: AT Surge in COVID Cases Triple Crown of Cereals [divider] Check out our sound guy @Paulybooyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)!  Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and  Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok.  A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Ausen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Patrick Cianciolo, Brandon Spilker and Matt Soukup. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Cynthia Voth,, Emily Brown, Mitchell, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven, TraskVT, Lindsay Sparks, Liz Seger and Lisa Douglas.

Dave Ryan Show's Minnesota Goodbye
One Lucky Emailer Will Get $1000 (maybe)

Dave Ryan Show's Minnesota Goodbye

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 15:24


Why Jenny is scared to hike for her upcoming Yellowstone trip, having guilt over getting a second dog, and more discussions on being an only child versus having siblings.

History Is Dank
Dank Duel: Yosemite Vs. Yellowstone

History Is Dank

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:03


Strider and his Dank Fiancee have crushed Joshua Tree and the Grand Canyon road trip style. Strider knows National parks! Through extensive research and some personal experience he gets to know two of America's most prestigious natural preserves. Which one is the dankest?  american-giant.com use promo code DANK for 20% off your order. talkspace.com use code DANK for $100 off your first month.  Sources: Nps.gov, Yellowstone.net, yellowstone.org ‘10 Spooky Things in Yellowstone National Park' 2018, Vox.com ‘Yellowstone has a 50 squaremile, ‘zone of death' where you can get away with murder' by  Dylan Matthews 2016, Fresnobee.com ‘American Indians Share Their Yosemite Story' by Carmen George 2015, Smithsonianmag.com ‘The Lost History of Yellowstone' by  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
Ep 712 | Pretty Sure It's a Law

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 51:02


Bug you're asked to kill… Murdoch's may need a GoFundMe… Chicken class action… Quits job over PA system… Real life finger food… Subscribe to the YouTube Channel… Email to Chewingthefat@theblaze.com Subscribe www.blazetv.com/jeffy Promo code jeffy… Yellowstone visitors up…. Gabby probably found… Zone of Death… Headline law… Blackface issues again… Queens Gambit lawsuit… Emmys... Nicole Kidman and AMC… Soccer start Hulk with niece of ex-wife… New Motivational Speaker… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Writer's Almanac
The Writer's Almanac - Saturday, September 18, 2021

The Writer's Almanac

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 5:00


On this day in 1870, the "Old Faithful" geyser in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming was discovered by the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition.

Johnjay & Rich On Demand
I've seen geysers at Yellowstone before, sir. That is NOT one of them.

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 77:24


Dustin posted something on Facebook that he thought was innocent enough... (SPOILER: It wasn't.) TODAY ON THE SHOW: Payton got her Tarot Cards read! Kyle got her hair done! 2nd DATE UPDATE! More of your JJR DRUNK DIALS! Grant has ADD TRIVIA! PLUS, so much more!!