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Minds on Mushrooms is a podcast dedicated to normalizing and de-stigmatizing psychedelic plant medicine for mental health and addiction. Our goal is to create a safe space for anyone curious about the benefits of psychedelic plant medicine for positive mental health transformation. You’ll hear first hand from those who have used plant medicine to combat: PTSD, addiction, depression, anxiety, and much more! Each week, host Maggie Kirkwood welcomes a new guest from the psychedelic universe. Gu ...
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"True Crime Daily: The Podcast" goes in-depth on some of the week's biggest true crime stories, as well as the ones you might have missed. Host Ana Garcia is joined by crime experts, police officers, defense attorneys, and other leading authorities in their fields as they cover murders, scams, investigations, and unsolved crimes from across the country. True Crime Daily has the largest and most active true crime digital community in the world, with 4.8 million subscribers on YouTube and more ...
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Intelligent conversations with authors and thought leaders in the world of plant medicine shamanism, psychedelics, and consciousness. Sergey Baranov, The Cactus Man, has been working with and serving Huachuma (San Pedro) cactus for over twelve years, and is passionate about bringing plant medicine and higher consciousness to the world.
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Joel Klatt breaks down the biggest topics in the world of college football. Joel relies on his experience on the field, detailed film analysis and unmatched preparation to give you the most consistent, fair and best analysis in the sport. Each week, Joel dives into his Top 10 teams, answers questions and discusses the biggest storylines in college football.
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Welcome to the Wellness As A Way of Life where we talk about how to master your health and wellness routines as a way of life. This podcast is for female leaders and founders who are looking to live with more sustainable energy, confidence, clarity and ease. I’m your host Megan Swan, creator of the Wellness As A Way of Life Community and the Sustainable Integrated Wellness Approach. I have more than a decade of experience in the wellness industry and on my own personal wellness journey - lea ...
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Breaking Defense’s editor, Colin Clark, did international radio for six years covering East Africa. He’ll bring his dulcet tones and sharp wit to bear doing 15-minute interviews of top lawmakers and Pentagon officials. To add some spice, Colin will also take his mic along to weapons tests, production lines and military bases to give listeners a first-hand taste of the realities of what it takes to design, build and use the weapons we buy. He’ll also cover the major defense shows — AUSA, AFA’ ...
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The BluePrint Podcast is for busy professionals and Household CEOs who care deeply about their family, career, and health. Host Dr. Erik Korem distills cutting edge-science, leadership, and lifeskills into simple tactics optimized for your busy lifestyle and goals. Dr. Korem interviews scientists, coaches, elite athletes, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and exceptional people to discuss science and practical skills you can implement in your life to become the most healthy, resilient, impactful ...
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Peter Navarro is one of only three senior White House officials to serve at the right hand of Donald Trump all the way from the 2016 campaign to the end of his first term in 2021. At the Trump White House, Peter was the President’s Chief China Hawk and helped craft many of the tough tariffs and sanctions Donald Trump would impose upon Chinese Communist regime. As the Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, Peter Navarro helped President Trump create hundreds of thousands of ...
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Introducing Motherlode, a Ranieri & Co. production. The gripping story about the birth of computer hacking from an unlikely centre - Melbourne Australia. It was here teenage boys, and they were mostly boys, hacked into some of the biggest organisations in the world. It’s also where a young hacker, Julian Assange, cut his teeth on computers and went on to develop Wikileaks, the most disruptive website the world has seen. But Wikileaks didn’t just spring up out of nowhere. It was 20 years in t ...
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Easy to readily use Remedies for life, healthy habits, budget tips, simple use homemade ingredients, hacks to deal with daily woes and a laugh or two. Great things are within your reach already. Simplest things with basic use, inspiring stories and advice from mentors who may be considered experts by yours truly. Let me be the bridge between you and the plants for the best medicine and because I want to introduce you to the benefits that await you. Follow Just Dandy Podcast and find out how ...
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Do you love adventure and the great outdoors? Then give this adventure podcast a listen and hear transformational conversations and stories from inspirational hikers, outdoor entrepreneurs, solo world travelers, environmentalists, writers, and creatives from the LA + SoCal community and beyond. Learns tips & tricks for exploring, life lessons from our guests, discover new places to explore, and how spending time in nature can improve your mental health. We aim to inspire, motivate, and eleva ...
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We interview students & professionals in the psychedelic space to better understand how they navigated the path from being curious about psychedelics to wanting to dedicate their career to psychedelics. Join the community at psychedelicgrad.com.
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Hoodoo Cast is a podcast for authentic Hoodoo, which is Akan Ancestral Religion in North america. Hoodoo is not an “amalgamation of various African traditions” combined with pseudo-native americanism and/or european pseudo-occultism. Hoodoo is specifically the Ancestral Religion of Akan people from the region of contemporary Ghana and Ivory Coast, West Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa), preserved in our spiri-genetic blood-circles for over 300 years in North America. Spiritual cultivation, our ca ...
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A monthly reality-check on the issues Americans care about most. Host Warren Olney draws on his decades of experience to explore the people and issues shaping – and disrupting - our world. How did everything change so fast? Where are we headed? The conversations are informal, edgy and always informative. If Warren's asking, you want to know the answer.
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Tune in to hear an ex Law Enforcement Officer turned real estate maverick that is turning the real estate world upside down by exposing real estate and damn near anything else. Listen in as host Scott Mosley and his infectious co-host Colin Sadler dissect and offer a unique insight on a broad range of topics. You will be glad you did. We will be interviewing thought leaders, entrepreneurs, professional athletes and many more. Some you will know, some you will get to know. This show is much m ...
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I have said it before, and I will say it again: plants ARE habitat. Nowhere is this fact more apparent than in the field of wildlife ecology. From food to shelter, one simply can't understand the innerworkings of nature without understanding plants. Join me and Wildlife Ecologist Dr. Chris Moorman as we look at why plants are so important to conser…
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Particle accelerators, nanofibers, and solar physics: The science advisor for the Netflix adaptation breaks down the physics in the show. Also, in her new book, Jessica J. Lee looks at how humans have moved plants around the globe–and how our migrations are intertwined with theirs. How ‘3 Body Problem’ Explores The Laws Of Physics Last week, Netfli…
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Particle accelerators, nanofibers, and solar physics: The science advisor for the Netflix adaptation breaks down the physics in the show. Also, in her new book, Jessica J. Lee looks at how humans have moved plants around the globe–and how our migrations are intertwined with theirs. How ‘3 Body Problem’ Explores The Laws Of Physics Last week, Netfli…
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TWiV reviews influenza H5N1 in North American cows and in birds throughout New York City, polio health emergency extended, ChatGPT to control vaccine hesitancy, increasing viral hepatitis worldwide, dengue public health alert in Puerto Rico, cherry trees drowning in Washington DC, death of iron lung Paul, origin and dispersal history of hepatitis B…
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Saagar breaks down Iran's strike on Israel that began this evening and what it could mean for the future of the conflict and the larger world. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show AD FREE, uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/ See omnystud…
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In this installment of Best Of The Gist, listen to Mike’s show opener this past Thursday about the death of O.J. Simpson. Then we listen back to our December 6, 2016 interview with Ezra Edelman, whose documentary O.J.: Made In America, explored Simpson’s life. It won the Oscar for Best Documentary at the 2016 Academy Awards. Produced by Joel Patter…
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Andrew Callaghan is the host of Channel 5 on YouTube, where he does street interviews with fascinating humans at the edges of society, the so-called vagrants, vagabonds, runaways, outlaws, from QAnon adherents to Phish heads to O Block residents and much more. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – ShipStation: https://shipstat…
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Our beat freak in residence returns, this time to discuss the shiny new Dance Party album! We deconstruct its nostalgic mix, break down some of our favorite tracks & even learn that BMC is writing a mysterious book… Leave us a comment Changelog++ members get a bonus 9 minutes at the end of this episode and zero ads. Join today! Sponsors: FireHydran…
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with @creeefs @blauyourmind @rhhackett Welcome to web3 with a16z, a show about building the next generation of the internet from the team at a16z crypto — that includes me, Robert Hackett, your cohost and an editor here. Today's episode explores the merging of the physical and digital worlds, as well as what that means for the future of our interac…
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Why would you want to switch your developer environments from containers to nix? Ádám from LastPass has a few reasons. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 9 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors: Synadia – Take NATS to the next level via a global, multi-cloud, multi-geo and extensible service, ful…
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“Assange is being targeted by the US government because he doesn't conform to the dominant culture of the US prestige media. He's not going to be invited to the White House Correspondents' Dinner. He's not going to be given a Pulitzer. He's not going to be treated as one of them.” Steve’s guest is journalist Kevin Gosztola, author of Guilty of Jour…
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"To Plant, Or Not to Plant " Ah, and that is the question. And that’s exactly why we put our two favorite agronomists in the same room (warehouse) to talk shop (agronomy) in this special early release of the GROW Podcast. Join Landus Technical Agronomy and Precision Lead, Dan Bjorklund and special guest, Landus Account Lead (and your 2024 Iowa Cert…
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Yascha Mounk and Vinay Prasad assess the strengths and weaknesses of America’s public health response. Vinay Prasad MD, MPH is a hematologist-oncologist and Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of California San Francisco. In this week’s episode, Yascha Mounk and Vinay Prasad discuss the impact and efficac…
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The audio companion to Bloomberg Opinion’s beloved Money Stuff column hosted by its author Matt Levine, “whose deadpan style mixes technical elucidation and wit” (NY Times). Once a week, Matt and his friend, Bloomberg News reporter and TV host, Katie Greifeld talk about Wall Street, finance and…other stuff. New episodes every Friday. Listen on Appl…
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Get your tickets for Amicus Live in Washington DC on May 14th here. We shouldn’t be surprised that we have to keep saying it, but here we are: the Supreme Court (notably trained as lawyers) will soon make decisions about how doctors (notably trained as doctors) can treat pregnant patients in the emergency room. Moyle v. United States - consolidated…
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Fault Lines began Friday's show by hosting Prof. Mohammad Marandi on the topic of Iran's potential response to Israel's bombing of their consulate in Damascus, Syria. International relations and security analyst Mark Sleboda then joins the show to discuss Ukraine's new draft law, along with Russia's large-scale attack against the Ukrainian forces. …
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In his weekly clinical update, Dr. Griffin reviews recent statistics on the circulation of measles before addressing results of Pfizer’s phase 3 RSV vaccine clinical trial for adults under 60, RSV, influenza and SARS-CoV-2 circulation, differences between rural and urban communities dealing with SARS-CoV-2 infections, the latest statistics on influ…
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Robert Kenner and Melissa Robledo are the eco-directors of Food Inc 2, which raises questions about how American agribusinesses have an unhealthy relationship with politicians, communities, and our bodies. Plus, the beatings out of Chechnya will continue ... within strict BPM limits. And part two of our look at On The Media's featherbed of a segmen…
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Crypto's OG darling exchange, Uniswap is under attack after it received an enforcement notice on Wednesday, April 10th, 2024 from none other than Gensler's anti-crypto SEC. Uniswap’s CEO Hayden Adams joins us on the podcast to share what happened, how they plan to fight, and what the industry can do to support. ------ 🦄DEFEND UNI | FREE MINT https:…
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A long-awaited rule from the EPA limits the amounts of six PFAS chemicals allowed in public drinking water supplies. Also, some spiders, beetles, and centipedes spend winter under snow in a layer called the subnivium. Plus, a drumroll for the total solar eclipse. EPA Sets Limits On ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Drinking Water This week, the EPA finalized …
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A long-awaited rule from the EPA limits the amounts of six PFAS chemicals allowed in public drinking water supplies. Also, some spiders, beetles, and centipedes spend winter under snow in a layer called the subnivium. Plus, a drumroll for the total solar eclipse. EPA Sets Limits On ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Drinking Water This week, the EPA finalized …
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Look at almost any recent major news story from Russia, and you’ll find the Federal Security Service, better known as the FSB. Having failed to prevent the Crocus City Hall terrorist attack in Moscow last month, the agency has played a major role in arresting and apparently torturing the suspected perpetrators. It was FSB agents who arrested Wall S…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) The Solar Eclipse! 2) AI Music generation software Suno 3) Google flipping of its AI narrative 4) Ranjan's reflections from Google Cloud Next 5) Is Google's AI enterprise bet the right strategy 6) Microsoft hedging its OpenAI bet 7) Implications of Mustaf…
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Pound for pound, the media treats Trump better than any Democrat. Plus, talking about abortion in a way that wins the most votes, NPR and identity politics, Biden gets too little credit for bipartisan deals, and the first big sign of softening support for Israel on the populist right. Jon Chait joins Tim Miller for the weekend pod. show notes VOTE …
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit andrewsullivan.substack.com Eli is a journalist and friend. He’s a former senior national security correspondent for The Daily Beast and Newsweek, and a former columnist for the Bloomberg View. He’s now a reporter for The Free Press, a contributing editor at Commentary Magazine, and the …
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Once per week, Hillsdale College president Larry P. Arnn joins Hugh Hewitt to discuss Great Books, Great Men, and Great Ideas. Dr. Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, joins Hugh Hewitt on the Hillsdale Dialogues for his series on “Churchill the Writer.” In this episode, Dr. Arnn and Hugh continue their discussion of The World Crisis, Vol…
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Guests: John J. Miller, John A. Burtka IV, & Andrew Russell This week, host Scot Bertram talks with: John J. Miller, director of the Dow Journalism Program at Hillsdale College and author of Reading Around, talks about proposals around the country to institute taxpayer-funded “news voucher” systems to support local news reporting. John Burtka, pres…
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In this episode, I speak with Maxine Bédat, a former fashion startup CEO and founder of the nonprofit New Standards Institute. We talk about the source of the fashion industry's emissions, what can be done to reduce them, the need for regulation, and the right way to think about fast fashion. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this …
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On this episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek bring you stories from around the globe. This week: Iran warns of an imminent response to Israel bombing the IR’s embassy in Syria (0:31); Gaza ceasefire talks remain tenuous (6:15) while the IDF’s “withdrawal” has not yet enabled sufficient aid to enter the Strip (10:47); in Myanmar, rebels sei…
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Jay Ponti, the author of "Be The Revolution: How Occupy Wall Street and the Bernie Sanders Movement Reshaped American Politics" joins Ben Burgis to talk about the chapter on QAnon, Trump, and "neo-fascism"--including some surprising personal connections. Before that, Ben and the crew will be joined joined by the great RM Brown to watch, among other…
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This week we’re talking to Scott Chacon, one of the co-founders of GitHub, to discuss the history and future of Git and Scott’s new project Git Butler, a branch manager tool that’s aiming to improve the developer experience of Git using Git. We also touch on the contentious topic of open source licensing and the challenges of defining “Open Source”…
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In this week's round up the Mike, Michael, and Vance break down Uniswap's fight with the SEC over a Wells notice and the implications for DeFi, as well as Bearchain's massive $100M raise. The risks of hedging altcoin investments using perpetual futures contracts are explored, along with the significance of Circle and BlackRock uniting to bridge tra…
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First, James Li looks at the recent Boeing whistleblower death and speaks to an investigations editor at The American Prospect, then Matt Stoller does a Big breakdown on Livenation Ticketmaster's control of the live industry so corrupt it verges on criminal conspiracy. James Li: https://www.youtube.com/@5149jamesli Matt Stoller: https://www.thebign…
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This week, Susan Hirshberg joins the Palm Court Podcast to guide listeners through the twists and turns of her fascinating life story, which she sums up in the most quintessential New College way: "My life journey always made sense to me, even if it's never made sense to everybody else." She opens up about the positive and negative aspects of her N…
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Explore the fascinating world of psychedelics on Minds on Mushrooms! In this episode, we're joined by James Eshleman, a seasoned Psychedelic Guide and the founder of Center of All Directions. Together, we delve into the intricate workings of psilocybin in our brains, unraveling the mysteries of how it induces neuroplasticity and helps us to develop…
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Are you ready to take the leap from team member to leader? In this episode, Donnie Maib, a seasoned director with over 13 years of experience at the University of Texas, shares his insights on preparing for leadership roles and thriving in the future of work. Donnie reveals the one leadership skill that will make or break your career. If you don’t …
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For $6 a month, become a Useful Idiot! Get extended interviews, Thursday Throwdowns, and bonus content at www.usefulidiotspodcast.com Watch this week's Thursday Throwdown: Sam Harris thinks Nazis are better than Hamas https://www.usefulidiotspodcast.com/p/sam-harris-thinks-nazis-are-better?r=je5va&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web After several conn…
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Warning: this episode contains descriptions of violence. A massive scam targeting older Americans who own timeshare properties has resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars sent to Mexico. Maria Abi-Habib, an investigative correspondent for The Times, tells the story of a victim who lost everything, and of the criminal group making the scam calls…
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This week, the companies building artificial intelligence are facing a limit to what training data is publicly available on the internet. Will that stop them from building God? Then, a new bipartisan national privacy law proposal just dropped. We ask what’s in it. And finally, ByteDance is building new apps instead of fighting Congress’s TikTok ban…
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This week, former President Donald Trump took credit for leaving decisions about abortion bans up to individual states, while pledging to maintain that choice for states if he’s re-elected. Can we expect the lack of federal guidance on individual rights to continue? And will Republican supporters hold any ill will for his lack of commitment to a cl…
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Back in 2018, Dario Amodei worked at OpenAI. And looking at one of its first A.I. models, he wondered: What would happen as you fed an artificial intelligence more and more data? He and his colleagues decided to study it, and they found that the A.I. didn’t just get better with more data; it got better exponentially. The curve of the A.I.’s capabil…
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This week, the hosts debate how religious voters will react to Donald Trump’s betrayal of anti-abortion positions, the evolution of Christianity as the domain of the right and whether religion is actually as powerful as it seems in modern U.S. politics. Plus, Ross finds aliens, again. (A full transcript of this audio essay will be available within …
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