Best Amnesia podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Come Out From Among Her ( C.O.F.A.H ) is a Hebrew Ysraelite Ministry who holds to the belief that the ancestors of the transatlantic slave trade who were kidnapped on slave ships and taken to the land of their Enemies are the TRUE Hebrew Israelites proclaimed in the bible. Yahya Bandele was the writer, producer and director of the best selling Documentary "Hebrew or the So-Called Negro as well as the Founder and Chairman of The C.O.F.A.H Network. C.O.F.A.H also holds to the belief that YaHWe ...
 
Adam Beyer's music is synonymous with all that is exciting about electronic music today. Having emerged as the figure head of the hugely prolific Swedish techno scene Beyer has now confirmed his position as a globally recognized DJ and producer, headlining the world's finest events week in week out. His acclaimed Drumcode label has been at the cutting edge of club music for well over a decade; now for the first time Adam takes to the airwaves with a new weekly radio show. Featuring exclusive ...
 
Grownup comedians Kelly Nugent and Lindsay Katai discuss the YA pulp fiction of their awkward, neon youth – from authors such as Christopher Pike, R.L. Stine, Lois Duncan, and more. All the teen horror/thriller/supernatural classics from the rise of MTV to the fall of ... well, MTV. So fire up your 56k dial-up modem and subscribe. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
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Divine Amnesia
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I bet you have it too....
 
Get in-depth science coverage at WIRED including news, the latest research and discoveries and how technology is shaping the world of science. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
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All in the Mind
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Programme exploring the limits and potential of the human mind
 
Issues-centric podcast based in Minnesota. One guy graduated from Harvard. One guy played a lot of World of Warcraft.
 
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Meeting The Moment
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A podcast about finding opportunities within challenges
 
Catch up on last week's message from Journey Church!
 
Shifting human consciousness through art, persuasion, and storytelling.
 
Some people just aren’t that into games. Some people are really into games. This podcast is where these two people come to disagree. Loudly.Take one game developer (Sam Gillespie) and one non-gamer (Andrew Saul). We force the non-gamer to play all sorts of games and discuss the results in a funny but informative podcast. Recommended if you’re into games. Recommended if you hate games. Recommended if you’re on the fence and like to switch sides.Sam is an avid gamer and a game designer. Andrew ...
 
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A lawyer is leaving his office on the top floor of an office building. He sees the shadows of two men fighting through the clouded glass of an office door followed by a shot from the office across the hall. He goes to investigate. He finds no sign of either victim or assailant despite the fact that no one could have passed him in the hallway without being seen. A murder has been committed, that of the banker. Who is the murderer? A business associate, the banker’s beautiful ward, or a myster ...
 
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Living Water Baptist
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Living Water Baptist
 
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Folded and sealed with a dollop of red wax, the will of Catharuçia Savonario Rivoalti lay in Venice’s State Archives, unread, for more than six and a half centuries. Scholars don’t know why the document, written in 1351, was never opened. But to physicist Fauzia Albertin, the three-page document—six pages, folded—was the perfect thickness for a ...…
 
Not long after Calyxt moved into its shiny new steel and glass headquarters on the outskirts of Minneapolis last summer, a woman pulled her car into its freshly poured parking lot and headed for the biotech firm’s front door. She caught the company’s chief science officer, Dan Voytas, just as he was leaving. “Um, is this a medical marijuana fac ...…
 
Humanity just can’t make up its mind about cannabis. For thousands of years, humans have used the stuff as medicine or to travel on spiritual quests. That, though, didn’t quite suit the British, who banned cannabis in colonial India. Then in the 20th century, the United States government declared war on marijuana, and most of the world followed ...…
 
Issues-centric podcast based in Minnesota Episode 53 – "Restore the Vote" - with Restored Felon (and Republican) George Gipson Max is in studio as Kip is campaigning. The guest is George Gipson, the founder of Next Step Staffing, a felon who spent years incarcerated, a voting rights activist for felons returning to society.... and a conservativ ...…
 
Back in the 1980s, researchers began to notice a strange pattern in the genes of many microbes. There would be a stretch of DNA that read the same forward and backward, then a stretch of what looked like junk, then another palindrome, and so on. No one knew what the segments were for, but they were striking enough that a pair of scientists in E ...…
 
Men and women can’t feel each other’s pain. Literally. We have different biological pathways for chronic pain, which means pain-relieving drugs that work for one sex might fail in the other half of the population. So why don’t we have pain medicines designed just for men or women? The reason is simple: Because no one has looked for them. Drug d ...…
 
ONE GOOD WITCH. ONE BAD WITCH. ONE HUMAN WOMAN. Kelly and Katai absolutely gobble up L.J. Smith's Night World Book 3: Spellbinder and discuss their tuxedo priorities, which works of literature are most relevant to hell ghosts, and exactly when the Age of Revolutions began and ended. CONNECT W/ TEEN CREEPS ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, & FACEBOOK: http ...…
 
DCR450 – Drumcode Radio Live - Tiger Stripes Studio Mix from Stockholm, Sweden Drumcode Radio Live this week is a studio mix from Tiger Stripes recorded in Stockholm. There is no tracklisting available.
 
DNA is one of the most powerful substances in the universe. In the same structure it can encode the instructions to make uranium-munching microbes, giant flying lizards, or a stand of quaking aspens five miles wide. It can store every movie ever made in a single test tube. And it can stick around for tens of thousands of years. Just this week, ...…
 
Call it the Great Convergence of Creepiness. The first bit, the uncanny valley, we’re all familiar with by now: If a humanoid robot looks super realistic, but not quite realistic enough, it freaks us out. So far that idea has been applied almost entirely to robot faces and bodies, but it’s less known as a phenomenon in robot voices. Except, tha ...…
 
Jesus claimed to be greater than the temple. He made the temple obsolete. Most of his followers assumed his end game was to declare himself king. The more discerning among them sensed something else was going on. Jesus spoke with authority but refused to take charge. He wielded extraordinary power, but never for himself. What was he up to?…
 
This story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Even in a dream-come-true scenario where we manage to stop all the world’s carbon emissions overnight, the Arctic would inevitably get hotter and hotter. That’s according to a new report by UN Environment, which says the the region is ...…
 
On Sunday, the DNA testing company 23andMe revealed a new genetic analysis that it says will tell its customers if they have an elevated risk of developing the most common, and preventable, form of diabetes. The report—which has not been cleared by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose type 2 diabetes—arrives as the disease is becoming an int ...…
 
Despite two failed attempts in as many years, President Trump has not been moved to change his tactics. At least not when it comes to this year’s federal budget request, a $4.75 trillion spending plan that guts domestic programs and federal scientific research in favor of boosting the US military and building a wall along the Mexican border. Fo ...…
 
This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Greta Thunberg cut a frail and lonely figure when she started a school strike for the climate outside the Swedish parliament building last August. Her parents tried to dissuade her. Classmates declined to join. Passersby express ...…
 
YOU CAN DIE LAUGHING! Kelly and Katai dive deep into Diane Hoh's snoozefest "Funhouse," and discuss the tiers of boardwalk quality, teachers who check in on your love life, and which Greek gods we can thank for sexual deviancy. THIS EPISODE SPONSORED BY LENDING CLUB https://www.lendingclub.com/teencreeps CONNECT W/ TEEN CREEPS ON TWITTER, INSTA ...…
 
DCR449 – Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Oasis, Buenos Aires. Drumcode Radio Live this week is a live mix from Adam Beyer recorded in Buenos Aires. There is no track listing available.
 
Boot up the options for your digital voice assistant of choice and you’re likely to find two options for the gender you prefer interacting with: male or female. The problem is, that binary choice isn’t an accurate representation of the complexities of gender. Some folks don’t identify as either male or female, and they may want their voice assi ...…
 
Between this past Christmas and New Year’s Day, Brian Metzger realized he had his home to himself—no emails coming in, no classes to teach—and maybe, just maybe, the glimmer of an answer to one of astronomy’s most stubborn mysteries. He chased hard after the lead, worried a little error could unravel everything or that someone else would put to ...…
 
Deep beneath the Franco-Swiss border, the Large Hadron Collider is sleeping. But it won’t be quiet for long. Over the coming years, the world’s largest particle accelerator will be supercharged, increasing the number of proton collisions per second by a factor of two and a half. Once the work is complete in 2026, researchers hope to unlock some ...…
 
We surround ourselves with people who like us. We surround ourselves with people who are like us. But Jesus calls us to maintain relationships with those who disagree with us. How do we do that?
 
This story was originally published by HuffPost and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. If you eat seafood, even occasionally, there’s a good chance you’ve been served a fish species you didn’t order. A new months-long investigation by ocean advocacy group Oceana finds widespread and persistent fraud in the US seafood ...…
 
This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The number of heat waves affecting the planet’s oceans has increased sharply, scientists have revealed, killing swathes of sea life like “wildfires that take out huge areas of forest.…
 
In the three and a half decades since HIV/AIDS was discovered, the deadly disease has killed 35 million people. While drugs now allow patients to live long lives with the virus, only one man, an American named Timothy Ray Brown, otherwise known as the “Berlin patient,” is believed to have been cured. Now, it appears he’s no longer alone.…
 
Police found 19 spent shell casings scattered in the San Diego street where Gregory Benton was murdered on April 12, 2014. Benton and his cousin had gone to buy cigarettes, a witness later said. As they returned to a family party, two men pulled up in a car behind them. They got out, and at least one of them opened fire. Witnesses didn’t get a ...…
 
Friends, have you thought about your insurance lately? [Reader clicks close tab.] Dammit! Wait, no, look: Climate change makes natural catastrophes worse, in both intensity and frequency, and insurance might be a significant way to pay for recovery. International aid can be unreliable; government money really is just taxpayer money.…
 
THE VACATION... OF THEIR NIGHTMARES! Kelly and Katai are joined by Sweet Valley High correspondent Ryan Mogge (Same Day Shipping) to discuss Francine Pascal's SVH masterpiece, "Murder in Paradise," what it's like to finally be in Enid's wet blanket, whether a lobotomy counts as plastic surgery, and double date swooping etiquette. THIS EPISODE S ...…
 
DCR448 – Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from La Fabrica, Cordoba Drumcode Radio Live this week is a live mix from Adam Beyer recorded in Cordoba. There is no track listing available.
 
On Saturday, SpaceX is taking its most ambitious step yet toward launching people into space. It’s not sending anyone with a pulse just yet, but this upcoming launch is still a high-consequence event. In the wee hours of the morning on March 2, SpaceX’s shiny new astronaut taxi—dubbed Crew Dragon—will take to the skies, bound for the Internatio ...…
 
I am but a babe, exploring the world for the first time. Wearing a computerized glove, I reach forward in pursuit of a little toy basketball. A robotic arm and hand do the same, mimicking my every move. Slowly I grasp the object, lift it, swing my arm over, and let go, dropping the ball—ploink!—into a plastic cup. I am very, very proud of mysel ...…
 
We all have a natural tendency to surround ourselves with people who like us. Whether we’re geeks, jocks, hipsters, Democrats, or Republicans, we surround ourselves with people who are like us. But what is the cost of isolating ourselves from those who are different?
 
Issues-centric podcast based in Minnesota Episode 52 – "He's Running" - Deputy Chair Vision and Republican Tech with KIP Kip is the co-host of Kip & Max Save the World. He's also running to be the Minnesota GOP Deputy Chair. Kip and Max discuss the vision for Kip's candidacy, how to bridge the gap between oppositional forces within the GOP, and ...…
 
Of all the big, world-remaking bets on the genome-editing tool known as Crispr, perhaps none is more tantalizing than its potential to edit some of humanity’s worst diseases right out of the history books. Just this week, Crispr Therapeutics announced it had begun treating patients with an inherited blood disorder called beta thalassemia, in th ...…
 
In 1979, a photographer named Janet Parker got a disease that wasn't supposed to exist anymore. At first she thought she had the flu, but then she kept getting sicker, got a rash, and went to the hospital, where doctors—in disbelief—diagnosed her with smallpox. Just a year earlier, the World Health Organization had declared that "mankind probab ...…
 
WHAT YOU DON'T REMEMBER... CAN KILL YOU! Louis Peitzman (Buzzfeed, NY Times) joins Kelly and Katai to rip into Sinclair Smith's "Misery" ripoff, “Amnesia,” and to discuss poor hospital management, the audacity of lying about pizza preferences, and all the good reasons why to bring a pet home to your unpredictable boyfriend! THIS EPISODE SPONSOR ...…
 
DCR447 – Drumcode Radio Live - Bart Skils live from Shelter, Amsterdam Drumcode Radio Live this week is a live mix from Bart Skils recorded in Amsterdam.
 
In November 2015, infectious disease epidemiologist Steffanie Strathdee and her husband, evolutionary psychologist Tom Patterson, were spending the week of Thanksgiving exploring pyramids and pharaoh’s tombs in Egypt when Patterson came down with what seemed like a nasty bout of food poisoning aboard their cruise ship.…
 
Every time someone in a position of power (for example) says that a cold snap in winter proves that climate change is not a thing, a dutiful chorus responds with a familiar refrain: weather is not climate. Weather happens on the scale of days or weeks, over a distance relevant to cities or states. Climate happens over decades, centuries even, t ...…
 
If you were to boil all of biology down to a simple equation, it would be that DNA makes RNA, which makes proteins, which make every living thing you can see, smell, touch and taste (and a lot of things you can’t). This central dogma of biology, built on strings of Cs, Gs, As, and Ts, has prevailed since Francis Crick, James Watson, and Rosalin ...…
 
If you aren’t religious or you gave up religion, you probably had good reason to walk away or stay away. You’re a reasonable person, and there are plenty of good reasons to reject religion. But reconsider Jesus. He wasn’t an extension of the old religion. He came to introduce something brand new.
 
In 2011, the storied Space Shuttle flew for the last time. Three spacecraft survive in retirement as specimens in museums around the country. But the program isn’t dead yet: Many of its parts are popping up as zombie components in spacecraft now in development. Modified left-over Shuttle engines will power NASA’s delayed Space Launch System (SL ...…
 
For security reasons, I can’t tell you exactly where Clay Bolt rediscovered Wallace’s giant bee. But I can tell you this. With a wingspan of two and a half inches, the goliath is four times bigger than a European honeybee. Very much unlike its honey-manufacturing cousin, it’s got enormous jaws, more like those of the famous stag beetle.…
 
Boaty McBoatface may be better known for its name than for its oceangoing prowess. But the autonomous underwater vehicle and darling of the internet is headed to greater things: embarking on the longest journey of an AUV by far, with an uninterrupted, roughly 2,000-mile crossing of the Arctic Ocean. The submersible robot got its moniker when it ...…
 
Lisa Muratori is a professor of physical therapy who works with patients suffering from neurological conditions, like Parkinson’s, that might impair their strides. “Gait is important,” she notes—if you’re walking too slowly or unevenly, you’re more liable to have accidents. One tricky part of her practice is helping a patient figure out when th ...…
 
NOW HEAVEN SPOKE TO HER... AND HELL! Kelly and Katai return to Christopher Pike's Last Vampire series with "Creatures of Forever," and discuss the kinds of Lycra bodysuits that fit vampires, who the hottest Popes have been, and how badly we need a young fool. Really, really badly. THIS EPISODE SPONSORED BY BETTERHELP AND LENDING CLUB https://ww ...…
 
DCR446 – Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Awakenings at Klokgebouw, Eindhoven Drumcode Radio Live this week is a live mix from Adam Beyer recorded in Eindhoven.
 
Something in us is tempted to believe God loves his Law more than his people. We’re tempted to prioritize rules over people. Maybe you left church because somebody prioritized the Bible over your divorced mother or gay brother. But Jesus came to offer us a life greater than keeping religious rules.
 
Issues-centric podcast based in Minnesota Episode 51 – Healthcare "Margins" and Big Brother in the Exam Room - with Twila Brase Kip and Max sit down with author and President of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom Twila Brase. Healthcare is a hot-button issue that helped decide the 2018 election. But are we actually talking about the right thi ...…
 
WHERE YOUR WORST FEARS HIDE… Kelly and Katai read Carol Ellis’ classic tale of shapely coeds, “Camp Fear,” and dig into an extremely busy villain, the teen dream of having boys fight over you, and how to make fun of people’s last names (even if they’re totally, 100% normal). THIS EPISODE SPONSORED BY BETTERHELP AND CARE.COM https://www.betterhe ...…
 
DCR445 – Drumcode Radio Live - Pig&Dan Studio Mix recorded in Mallorca. Drumcode Radio Live this week is a studio mix from Pig&Dan recorded in Mallorca.
 
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