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The Quantum Yoga Podcast explores the Human Photonic and Electromagnetic Body. On the podcast, Jonathan Rickert interviews experts in the Human Biofield, Biophysics, Functional Medicine, Movement, Food, Water, Lifestyle & Behavior to give you the cutting edge tools you need to thrive! Jonathan is the founder of the Quantum Yoga Health System, an online & physical clinic using advanced human energy field testing to optimize health and performance.
 
MRC talks is a podcast from the Medical Research Council, bringing you stories from inspiring scientists working to improve lives through medical research. Tune in to our seven-part 2019 career inspirations series to find out how our scientists got to where they are and what makes them tick. Part of UK Research and Innovation, we've been funding research dedicated to improving human health since 1913. More at https://mrc.ukri.org.
 
I love talking to people with PhDs. To me someone with a PhD is not that far removed from say an artist, musician or writer. They have chosen to explore a topic in-depth and become the leading authority in the world on that subject. So join me as we Pile it high and Deep with doctorates from around around the world as we explore their journey's their research and what they have done with all that knowledge they shoved into their brains.
 
Step aside mom bloggers, there is a new Super Dads blog in town. James is a National Government researcher involved in cutting-edge work in medicine, law and longevity. Recipient of numerous national awards he firmly demonstrates how academics must have practical application. A father of 3 children he hosts the show SuperDads, dedicated to empowering Men, and encouraging “boys” to learn how to become Men. The outcome, to reintegrate fathers as protectors and participants in the beginning and ...
 
Why doesn’t government work? Is it the politicians, the civil servants, the political parties? Or is it the system in which they all operate? The Hidden Power goes behind the headlines and the sporting spectacle of modern politicking to find the real villain. This series of six podcasts, broadcast weekly from October 10th, provides both critique and answers. Good government is entirely possible but not in its current guise. Hosted by Ed Straw, former chair of Demos - the cross-party think-ta ...
 
Stay up to date on what’s impacting the world of investing. Mellon’s Double Take podcast pairs industry experts with Mellon’s investment professionals to discuss the top-of-mind issues shaping the economic landscape. From shifting geopolitics to impact investing and 5G, get perspective from two sides on complex issues. Learn more at: www.mellon.com/double-take-podcast Disclosures Mellon Investments Corporation (“Mellon”) is a registered investment advisor and subsidiary of The Bank of New Yo ...
 
Whether you find spiders fearful or fascinating, they are to be admired for their web-spinning and prey-catching techniques, and the remarkable methods they use to move from one place to another. In this album, researchers in Denmark and the United States use an 8-legged robot and a virtual spider, high-speed photography, a hot air balloon and a rowing boat to explore the biophysics of spiders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University explains how advances in technology a ...
 
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Cameron McIntyre and I talk about biophysically plausible deep brain stimulation models that his laboratory has established and continues to refine since about 20 years. Cameron shares insights from a time where DBS modeling was not a thing – how his career choice to step into the realms of medical hospitals as a biomedical engineer had been risky …
 
All lifestyles are accepted – within the constraint of not harming others or the biosphere. Rather than restate what we have been hearing, our focus here is on the logic of diversity from a governance standpoint - why blind-spots are self-destructive and the embrace of diversity is so enriching. Talking points: Pluralism and truth Neoliberalism and…
 
Tune in to hear: How you can discover your inner talents and think creatively to build your future. How to execute and implement your talents – making your dream a reality. How to infuse creativity into your life! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Yitzchok Saftlas
 
The original destination for Chris Cornthwaite's PhD journey was a tenure track college professor gig. The universe had other plans and now Chris finds himself on two paths; using the knowledge and skillset developed during his PhD to help define immigration policy and helping other PhDs and helping other graduates with advanced degrees define them…
 
Its decisions are binding. Just because we don't live in a perfect world doesn't mean we can't improve things. If events surrounding the death of Ruth Bader Gainsburg in September 2020 left you despairing at the US Supreme Court, perhaps the Supreme Court of the UK's blocking of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings' attempted prorogation of parliamen…
 
In conversations with Mellon’s head of trading and analytics and the former head of the SEC's Office of Internet Enforcement, Double Take dissects the latest headline-grabbing market movement, as retail traders using forums like Reddit sparked wild stock swings, caused Robinhood to halt buys, and squeezed short sellers. We also explore the role of …
 
Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support! https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_341.mp3 Derrick Jensen is an author, teacher, activist, and small farmer. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including A Language Older Than Words, The Culture of Make Believe, and…
 
Anyone following current affairs will see how the rule of law is often stretched to its limit by autocratic leaders seeking to either evade it or bend it to their will - and while this has come to the foreground in the US and UK since 2016, it is a long-running theme in many parts of the world. However the rule of law is not only about holding the …
 
The Bible we are most familiar with is the King James version, commissioned by the English, or Scottish depending on your POV, king in the early 1600s. It is generally considered the most important book of the western world. But did you know there are stories outside the Bible? These are known as Apocrypha and were popular and used by English pries…
 
Not all players convey links - find us on Acast if this text is not clear. Sovereignty - we've heard a lot in the UK about both sovereignty, and "taking back control" - but this taking back of control in the context of leaving the EU has so far barely extended to us as citizens. Why and how is the current UK system so paternalistic? What are the ro…
 
Tune in to hear: How to adjust your business dynamics to the uncertain and changing world we’re living in. Why it’s critical to get the best advisors for your business. How to make sure your marketing plan fits reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Yitzchok Saftlas
 
Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support! https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_340.mp3 John Michael Greer, an old friend of the podcast, blogs at Ecosophia, subtitle, Toward an Ecological Spirituality. JMG has been an astute observer of the Western world’s arduous economic…
 
The first and fundamental principle of this series - and indeed this entire way of looking at things - reflects the unseen, creeping processes causing catastrophic climate change. Why do we need this? How are we to think about it? What can we do? Talking points: industrialisation limits on human behaviour secondary effects of climate change our per…
 
Tune in to hear: What are government regulations? How to protect yourself and your company from “regulatory nightmares.” Stories from the frontlines... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Yitzchok Saftlas
 
More talk of proteins on this episode of Piled high and Deep-The Podcast. Charlie Eldrid, his PhD is coming later this month (I will update) is also doing some cutting edge science as he works to further develop the technology making identifying the structure of proteins more efficient. https://twitter.com/CharlieSpec?s=20https://www.researchgate.n…
 
Welcome to The Hidden Power Podcast, Series 2 - Pre-flight Checklist, where we - Ed Straw, and Philip Tottenham - examine conditions necessary for a comfortable and flourishing life on Spaceship Earth, on the far side of the current climate emergency. In this nice, concise episode we revisit and draw some of the connections from series one - govern…
 
What would you do if you realized the undergraduate degree you were about to complete wasn't what you wanted to do? For Dr. Deanne Sammond it was a realization the music degree she was about to complete was not going to be the path she wanted to follow anymore. So instead she explored the world of biotech and found herself intrigued with proteins a…
 
Tune in to hear about: Virtual selling, Tips and strategies to be successful while working remotely, Specific guide to what equipment is needed in today’s virtual world Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Yitzchok Saftlas
 
Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support! https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_339.mp3 Adam Ellwanger is a professor of English at the University of Houston – Downtown, where he teaches rhetoric and writing. In addition to those topics, his varied research interests includ…
 
Writing is always a consistent theme in the journey of any PhD. For Kali Wallace, while she always had a love of making up stories, her PhD required her to use the facts to tell stories about the movement of tectonic plates. Today Kali is doing what she loves, making up stories. The science stuff is important too, but Kali has found her place in th…
 
Mac Shine and I talk about Mac's recent intriguing opinion paper that may have radical implications for systems and clinical neuroscience. In it, the thalamus mediates between feed-forward type input from cerebellum, sensori nuclei and cortex one one hand and input from the basal ganglia that introduces an element of randomness. By projecting to th…
 
The PhD journey of Dr. Lisa Munro is more of a journey journey, not so much the destination if the destination was really known at the time the journey began and as the journey continued the destination wasn’t really ever known even today as the journey continues with the unknowing knowledge of the importance of living in the moment. She is going t…
 
Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_338.mp3 Andres Duany is a key founder of the New Urbanist movement. His Miami-based firm, DPZ, with wife and partner Lizz Plater-Zyberk, designed the iconic new town, Seaside, Florida, and scores of other excellent projects in the USA and ar…
 
Tune in to hear about: Being a young entrepreneur. Nonprofits and their impact. Real estate portfolio management. And many more key business insights from a famous, well respected, young hustler! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Yitzchok Saftlas
 
In this guest episode, Luka Milosevic talks with Mojgan Hodaie about the neuromodulation for neuropathic pain, how serendipity may lead to a whole novel research field, how our teachers shape the way we think about the brain and how we may learn from each single patient we get in contact with. Prof. Hodaie is a world-wide expert in stereotactic sur…
 
Even before earning his PhD, Stephen Rosen had quite a journey. After college and masters degree he found himself working on the front lines of the Cold War, building nuclear bombs. His PhD came later and led him to become part of the legendary Hudson Institute and part of a group of BIG thinkers pondering the greater questions of mankind entering …
 
Tune in to hear: A special message from the New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy. Among guests interviewed were: Craig Bierbaum, Ultimate Protection Group, Rafael Englard, Empire Supplier, Eli Gastfreund, Getida, Avi Hershkowitz, Westmarq Realty Group, Jacob Herzog, Lucida Surfaces, Mark Jaffe, Chamber of Commerce, Isaac Katz, YK Window Treatments, Mac…
 
Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/kunstlercast/KunstlerCast_337.mp3 David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, and technology, with often surp…
 
The Latest Malaria News, in 60 Seconds. Pb22, a protein expressed by Plasmodium berghei, may play an important role in the transmission of malaria, and review on the use of tafenoquine finds that the drug is well-tolerated and effective. More: www.fightmalaria.uk/MalariaMinute
 
Tune in to hear: Among guests interviewed were Hillel Braun, Smokey Hill, Yaakov Dollman, Alan David Custom, Yitzi Fellner, Reliable Office Services, Zalmy Heber, C&A Global, Duvi Honig, OJC, Jake Marder, YM Ventures, Zack Mehl, United Risk Insurance, Chaim Rosenberg, Direct Line Carpet, and Mark Zelden, Assistant Secretary of Labor of The United S…
 
In this episode, we talk with Patricia Limousin about the early days of DBS in the modern era to the current day and about what the future may hold. Building up on episode #4 with Pierre Pollak, we find out how Patricia experienced programming the first bilateral STN-DBS patient, and what has changed over the last 30 years. Professor Limousin has w…
 
Special episode on the Doomed Career of Dominic Cummings. Dominic Cummings has been seen as a controversial and divisive figure, but as with so many people at the political extremes, significant parts of his analysis can be agreed upon by disparate factions across the political spectrum. In this special episode we unpick the good and the less good …
 
The Latest Malaria News, in 60 Seconds. Determining drug efficacy through parasite clearance half-life may underestimate the activity of some antimalarial drugs, and the WHO publishes new guidance on the use of genetically modified mosquitoes. More: www.fightmalaria.uk/MalariaMinute
 
Tune in as we will discuss: How to build and maintain an organization. The November 17th Parent to Parent Support Program launch. The importance of early detection. The creation of an app to help ease the anxiety of children affected by brain tumors. And much more critical information to help you and your loved ones stay afloat during difficult med…
 
For this final episode of series 1, I wanted to build on Buckminster Fuller's idea of our planet - our habitat and life-support system - as being like a spaceship - Spaceship Earth, as he calls it - and building on this idea to use two related models for our discussion: the post-crash analysis and the preflight checklist First we look at the global…
 
The Latest Malaria News, in 60 Seconds. New research examines the long-term impact of malaria infection on γδ T cells, and a review of malaria cases among pregnant women in Lagos, Nigeria, explores the impact of preventative measures on the prevalence of malaria and anaemia. More: www.fightmalaria.uk/MalariaMinute…
 
Dr Piret Toñurist, Systems Thinking lead at the OECD's Observatory for Public Sector Innovation talks about the sense of powerlessness at the heart of leadership. She discusses how the pandemic has offered an opportunity for change, and what transformation looks like. She characterises systems thinking as a neutral zone where the ideology of what h…
 
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