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Cave Crew Radio. Its a man thang! Now live Thursday 9pm eastern on www.cavecrewradio.com, shock talk radio at its best. Join your hosts Brian Crean aka the Big B (Metal Thunder Radio), Choo Choo Stu (London, England) and Double K aka DK (Double Talk Radio). Find out what really gets talked about in the man cave. Sports, hot topics, films, trending news, beer, and the likes are always on topic. 90 minutes of mayham, Guest co hosts, open studio lines and an interactive chatroom. What's the Cav ...
 
The official podcast feed of MDedge Hematology-Oncology, part of the Medscape Professional Network. On Thursdays, Dr. David Henry interviews key opinion leaders and rising stars in hematology and oncology. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.
 
Cat Crave Radio is a weekly show produced by fans of the Carolina Panthers for the fans of the Carolina Panthers. The birth of the show came about when we saw that no one was really giving our favorite team the coverage they deserved.We hope to provide you with information, interviews and entertainment all while helping to fill those quiet weeks and months during the offseason and getting you ready each week of the season for the next game.Our show has gone through some changes since its inc ...
 
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We are back live in the cave, and this week our live video worked flawless, well kind of. Big B kicks off has the epicenter of all things Calculus. He had a big exam and gives us a quick lesson. DK has finally received his first vaccination in Canada, but everyone has to wonder will he ever get the second one.It appears Big B is drinking straight o…
 
Join us as we talk about mental health issues in CCR (and in the Church, in general). What do you love to see when hard topics are covered? Books discussed include: A Handful of Hope by Elizabeth Maddrey Song in the Dark by Jessica White Anchor My Heart by Sara Beth Williams Under the Magnolias by T.I. Lowe Leaving Oxford by Janet W. Ferguson Hope …
 
The combined clinical cell-cycle risk (CCR) score uses clinical and genetic factors to assess the risk of metastasis after radiation therapy in patients with prostate cancer. The CCR score has proven accurate in studies and can guide post-radiation treatment decisions in practice, according to Jonathan D. Tward, MD, PhD, of the University of Utah, …
 
As the government affairs coordinator at the National Audubon Society in Washington, DC. Tykee James has a special role—organizing bird walks with members of Congress and congressional staff! Birding has been important to him ever since he started as a teen in Philadelphia. Last year, after a racist incident against a Black birder in New York’s Cen…
 
A “very basic” type of gene therapy could potentially cure hemophilia, but a major hurdle has been the lack of an effective mode of delivery. Recent strides in using adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors are changing that, and Glenn Pierce, MD, World Federation of Hemophilia Vice President, Medical, predicts approvals in the next 12-18 months. Dr. P…
 
Cave Diving Etiquette Interview with Terrence Tysall. Terrence is an renown Explorer, Tech Diving Instructor and is currently the VP of Operations at NAUI Worldwide. We talk about how since the sport of Cave Diving has grown the basics of diving etiquette have seemed to slip. In full disclosure Terrence was also MY cave diving instructor. Important…
 
Talking to Julie Hartup about growing up in a conservative Mormon family in Utah, before ditching everything for a life in Guam studying the Mantas of Micronesia and working on Episode 4 of the BBC's Perfect Planet series. Julie obtained her degree in Zoology from Brigham Young University and was a research diver and teaching assistant for their ma…
 
The Gospel of John 1-7 Jesus Challenges Me, John 3:1-21 By Louie Marsh, 5-9-2021 Some “Dumb Questions” A stitch in time saves nine what? Since there is a speed of light and a speed of sound, is there a speed of smell? What is the speed of dark? Before they invented drawing boards, what did they go back to? What do people in China call their good pl…
 
People of color are likely to be the most impacted by environmental and climate degradation. And yet, they are typically the most underrepresented in environmental organizations and the national conversation about cleaning up our environment. Our guest this month is Andrés Jimenez, Executive Director of Green2.0, an organization dedicated to increa…
 
Join Director of Programs, Citizens’ Climate International, Cathy Orlando for a training that highlights what is going on around the world in 2021 with ​CCL’s​ network, what other countries are doing in terms of carbon pricing and citizen engagement, and how CCL is engaging in international civil society meetings. Skip ahead to the following sectio…
 
At least 17 cases of thrombosis and thrombocytopenia have been reported in patients who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in the United States. Such events have been reported in patients who received the AstraZeneca vaccine as well. In this episode, Adam C. Cuker, MD, of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, tells host David H…
 
Talking to Mick Stewart, a multi-agency recreational and military commercial diver who works alongside less abled divers to allow them to have just as great a time in the water as anyone! 🔴 His Bio:Mick has been a military and recreational diver for the past 25 years. Starting his diving career as an Army diver with the Royal Engineers, he quickly …
 
The Gospel of John 1-7, Pt. 3 The Sign of the Son By Louie Marsh, 5-2-2021 Intro: Signs The 5 Man Electrical Band lyrics as recorded by The Five Man Electrical Band in 1971 And the sign said, "Everybody welcome. Come in, kneel down and pray" But when they passed around the plate at the end of it all, I didn't have a penny to pay So I got me a pen a…
 
CCL mainly uses Zoom for our video conferencing and training. This training with Alison Holtzschue will walk through the process of setting up and hosting an online group meeting on Zoom, including important considerations to get your meeting all set up online. In the meantime, Zoom's Training Center offers many live training webinars, recordings a…
 
Join Dr. John Cook, research fellow at the Climate Change Communication Research Hub at Monash University, creator of Skeptical Science, and Cranky Uncle for an AMA on Countering Scientific Misinformation. Dana Nucitelli, environmental scientist, writer, and author, interviews Dr. Cook about the beginnings of Skeptical Science, his work on Cranky U…
 
We're talking about the spiritual thread that makes Christian romance unique! Books Mentioned: Sugar Creek Gang Finally Accepted by Toni Shiloh Hope for Freedom by Elizabeth Maddrey Sapphire Ice by Hallee Bridgeman A Season to Dance by Patricia Beale Valerie Comer's Urban Farm Fresh Series, specifically Dancing at Daybreak The Cowboy's Mixed-Up Mat…
 
Talking to Fiona Crouch from Natural England she talks about her life of working in Marine Conservation from New Zealand to Plymouth. She also discusses the projects of reseeding the SeaGrass beds around the UK which sheads light onto compliments our Expedition Wester Ecology Tour coming up in June. 🔴 Her Bio:Fiona has worked in marine conservation…
 
The Gospel of John 2021 The Catalytic Christ, John 1:35-50 By Louie Marsh, 4-25-2021 One encounter with Jesus Christ is enough to change you, instantly, forever. - Luis Palau "If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for Him." – C.T. Studd "People change when they hurt enough they have to change, lea…
 
Interview with Cardiologist Doug Ebersole MD talks about PFOs (Patent Foramen Ovale) which is a suspected risk factor for DCS (Decompression Sickness). PFO is a relatively benign cardiac defect that creates a passage in a wall that normally separates the left and right upper chambers of the heart. PFO is found in about 25 percent of adults. If gas …
 
Welcome back cave dwellers. We start the show this week by not being able to broadcast our video. But the good news is we are able to record. Big B is the epicenter of all things new whiskey, and DK made the power go out on the block, with a fart!We received some shocking news this week. Long time co host and friend, Choo Choo Stu has decided to re…
 
Join us as Narelle, Valerie, and Elizabeth chat about split time (or dual timeline) romances with KyLee Woodley of the HIstorical Bookworm podcast! Books mentioned include: Memories of Glass by Melanie Dobson A Sparkle of Silver by Liz Johnson (for nickel knowledge, this is the one Beth has read, not the one she said in the podcast) A Glitter of Go…
 
Our April event features a conversation with Kyle Kammien, Senior Business Relations Representative and Dr. Jessica Moerman is the Senior Director for Science and Policy at the Evangelical Environmental Network. Evangelical Environmental Network: https://creationcare.org/​ Register For Next Month: https://cclusa.org/bigtent​ Join us for Big Tent Cl…
 
Pediatric oncologists are used to dealing with emotional, heart-wrenching situations, but oncology took on a new dimension for Michael Weiner, MD, when both he and his daughter were diagnosed with cancer. Dr. Weiner, a pediatric oncologist at Columbia University, New York, describes his roles as oncologist, patient, and caregiver to host David H. H…
 
The economic case for a revenue neutral carbon tax, such as the Energy Innovation Act, has never been stronger. Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle for a training that evaluates the climate and health benefits of the Energy Innovation Act and compares them to the policy costs to outline why there is such widespread support from economists fo…
 
Sub Surface Ecology in the Underwater Caves of the Rivera Maya Interview with Dr David Brankovits PhD about the cave ecology and the food web in the underwater caves of the Yucatan Peninsula. Dr Brankovits is a Cave Diver and Biogeochemist. In his aquatic cave field work, he has made important discoveries of the food webs of underwater caves. He is…
 
Talking to Kristen Fassolas aka the Scuba Fitness Coach about the pitfalls of fitness training, how to motivate yourself to start and ways to improve your fitness to dive. 🔴 Her Bio: Kristen is a Master Scuba Diver and a qualified Personal Trainer, working in the fitness industry for eight years. She started scuba diving in 2006 in preparation for …
 
The Gospel of John 2021 Part One: The Glory of the Son By Louie Marsh, 4-18-2021 Intro – 4 cartoons – last one robbed left with bad sheet. The Glory of Jesus: 1) Jesus is eternally GOD. “1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2He was in the beginning with God. 3All things were made through him, and without …
 
Choo Choo Stu is awake and back in the cave this week. We begin by celebrating his recent weight loss journey and how he is training for a marathon. Big B has had another win fall, and we know what that means. He is the epicenter of all things Wago Beef.Now that Stu is back we can catch up on how England is reacting to the upcoming Prince Phillip s…
 
Join medical doctors and CCL Health Action Team co-leaders Rob & Lori Byron for a webinar that will explore the health implications of Dr. Shindell's testimony: Health and Economic Benefits of a 2ºC Climate Policy, the research behind CCL's messaging highlighting that the Energy Innovation Act "will improve health and save 4.5 million American live…
 
Liwen Ho is back to chat about trigger warnings with us in this episode. When are they needed? Where should they go? What topics absolutely require them? We'll talk about this and more! Books mentioned (if you're looking for a few that either have or maybe ought to have a tw attached) At First Spark by Liwen Y Ho Wisdom to Know by Elizabeth Maddrey…
 
Shipwreck Diving the Warships of Guadalcanal Exploration Leader Terrence Tysall recounts the expedition to the World War 2 shipwrecks of Guadalcanal. Terrence discusses the history of the battle and the diving technology required to dive shipwreck in the 450fsw depth range. We also discuss the genius of a plan to go back to Guadalcanal...... The Na…
 
Studies have shown that chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies produce responses in patients with relapsed/refractory B-cell lymphomas, but researchers continue to look for ways to improve efficacy, decrease toxicity, and overcome treatment resistance. Leslie Kean, MD, PhD, of Boston Children’s Hospital, discusses some of this research wi…
 
In this episode I speak to Octavia Whates - She's a massive ocean advocate with infectious enthusiasm about what goes on along her local coastline. 🔴 Her Bio: Growing up home educated, I have always been interested in marine life, particularly sharks. My aim is to share my passion, educate and change peoples perception of sharks. I regularly do bea…
 
At a time when distrust and animosity between our political parties appear to be at an all-time high, we need to take a step back and find ways to work together so we can solve the big problems facing our nation. We hear this month from Rev. Franklin Ruff, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Stillwell, Kansas, and past president of American Bapti…
 
Join CCL's Strategy Director Tony Sirna for a training aimed at helping CCL volunteers understand Clean Electricity Standards. As Congress and climate advocates look at how to move forward on climate this year, you may have seen articles popping up that discuss a clean electricity standard. This training covers what a Clean Electricity Standard (CE…
 
Today we're hanging out with Courtney Walsh and talking about her new release, Is it Any Wonder! This book is set in Nantucket (as her previous two books have been) and we'll talk about the setting, the title, forgiveness, second chances, just what a golden birthday is, and a whole bunch of other fun stuff. We had so much fun recording this episode…
 
Researchers have tracked the evolution of genetic germline testing in women with breast or ovarian cancer in recent years and reported the results in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Study author Allison W. Kurian, MD, of Stanford (Calif.) University, describes the group’s findings (https://bit.ly/31RaSGR) to guest host Alan Lyss, MD, subprincipal…
 
CAVE DIVE DISCUSSION at the Pod Diver Lodge. Interview with Woody and Gus of the DIVE TALK podcast. The guys came down for a week of diving in North Florida Cave Country and they stayed at the Pod Diver Lodge. Check out there podcast at: https://divetalkmedia.com. Check the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb9sy84UQUOAL5To0IPotpw F…
 
Talking to the popular face of ocean advocacy on Instagram Charlie Young. Known by many names, she's working hard to influence girls to enter careers in science, diving, adventure and media. She advertises herself as a Waterwomen, Conservationist, Wildlife Presenter & Adventurer and she's passionate about protecting our oceans, so makes for an awes…
 
This week we welcome special guest and long time listener Jason Scott, for our Easter special. Choo Choo Stu has the week off so DK and Big B needed some help. Big B is now fully vaccinated, but he is not feeling so well. In a new segment we place Jason on the CCR Hot Seat, so we can learn some more about him. Why does he not own a computer? What i…
 
Outreach to the agriculture community can help cultivate allies and build support of the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act among farmers with farms of all sizes, agribusiness and consumers. Tune in to this webinar to learn what leaders of CCL's Agriculture Action Team are up to and their recommendations in your own connection-building with yo…
 
Join us as we talk with Lee Tobin McClain about books that feature Easter as an important part of their plot! Books mentioned: A Family for Easter by Lee Tobin McClain Easter in Dry Creek by Janet Tronsted A Stray Drop of Blood by Rosanna M. White Hope for Freedom by Elizabeth Maddrey A Match to Call Ours by Merrillee Whren Dancing at Daybreak by V…
 
The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2021 has been reintroduced into the House by Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL-22) and 28 original cosponsors. Join this training by Mark Reynolds, Citizens' Climate Lobby's Executive Director, Madeleine Para, CCL's President, Dr. Danny Richter, CCL's Vice President of Government Affairs, and Lesley Beatty CCL’s…
 
A program called Drive By Flu-FIT has allowed for socially distanced colorectal cancer (CRC) screening during the COVID-19 pandemic. Armenta Washington, senior research coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania, describes the program to guest host Alan Lyss, MD, subprincipal investigator emeritus for Heartland Cancer Research NCORP, in this epi…
 
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