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We live in a complex world where we are surrounded by things and gadgets that make our life, well, let’s say easy. But in this busy schedule, when we take most of things for granted, we hardly pause for a second to think about how this thing came into being and who the brains behind it were. We often use the phrase "Necessity is the mother of all inventions" but do you know a ton of the world inventions were actually accidental? The inventions that changed the world on its head and became a ...
 
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After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to end a 50-year constitutional protection to abortion, leaving it to individual state legislatures to control reproductive rights, more than two dozen states have enacted restrictions or bans so far, including Arkansas. Experts and pro-choice advocates warn abortion criminalization poses a public health threat.…
 
For fans that loved New York Times' bestselling novel I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, Erika Sánchez published another piece of prose for hungry audiences. Crying in the Bathroom is a raw memoir about Sanchez's life where no subjects are off limits - from mental health struggles to feminism, sex, shame, beauty standards, ambition, and religi…
 
Northwest Arkansas is filled with bike trails - more than 250 miles of them. But people of color are less likely to particiapate in nature-based activities, with historcal discrimination being a large factor. Arkansas Latinas en Bici’s goal is to bring more multicultural people into cycling through events, nutrition and health workshops, cycling ed…
 
NorthWest Arkansas Community College is celebrating the first decade of its LIFE Program, a near-peer mentorship program with an aim to empower Latino youth and increase Hispanic enrollment at the school by going into area high schools to discuss the prospect of going to college. The program recently received a $432,883 grant from the Walton Family…
 
Anna Pope caught up with Kevan Inboden, Chief Operations Officer at Beaver Water District. Water demand reduced since this past month because of rainfall and lower tempertatures. Although university students are returning to the Northwest Arkansas, Because of the area's population growth the distric has seen rebreaking-number of water use, and Inbo…
 
The 25th edition of the Northwest Arkansas Writers Project took place this summer on the University of Arkansas campus. We asked some of the public school teachers participating how writing can help them connect to students. Today we hear from Corey Martin, a science teacher, about how storytelling in the classroom can help students connect to scie…
 
As Northwest Arkansas is growing, so is the University of Arkansas. The university is expecting the largest freshman class and total student enrollment in its history. Texans had the second-highest enrollment numbers at the U of A in 2021, and as the total number of students enrolled in Oklahoma's higher ed institutions has declined each year durin…
 
Subscribe to HYST on Patreon to hear the full episode and get two bonus episodes every month! https://www.patreon.com/posts/144-fatal-beauty-69534964 Tim and Jen host Jacques of the Seeking Derangements podcast so they can hold forth about a personal favorite: Fatal Beauty starring Whoopi Goldberg! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/p…
 
Jen and Tim marvel at the cursed, ill-conceived, bloated sequel to Chinatown, The Two Jakes. Errata: Jen was wrong and Polanski fled the country in February of 1978, not 1977. The Two Jakes derailed the Robert Towne/Jack Nicholson friendship, which had been forged in the early 60s while both worked for Roger Corman, for at least a decade. Towne adm…
 
Joining Alan on this episode of Entrepreneur is Sissie Hsiao - Vice President and GM of Google Assistant. What is Google Assistant? It’s designed to help busy people. We want to build a natural and conversational helper to help get things done. How good is it at recognizing what I am saying? People don't enunciate well, or have heavy accents, so th…
 
Climate change to bring mass migrationAdrian Smith leads the Royal SocietyExhibition shows the role of microbes in chocolate productionAussie Stem Stars - Emma JohnstonProsthetic device offers help for people with damaged or missing fingersWe need to fix this. Fast.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
The Australian overland telegraph was a 3,200 km line connecting Port Augusta in South Australia to Darwin. It was completed in 1872 and allowed communication between Australia and the rest of the world. It was one of the great engineering feats of 19th-century Australia and was a significant milestone in Australia’s development. The line was built…
 
No truer words were spoken about this movie than “So Fucking What.” Jen and Tim welcome Bryan Quinby of Street Fight Radio to talk about a justly forgotten 90s something-or-other called S.F.W. Trace the history of the beer ball! If you want to revisit that scene we mentioned from Sleep With Me, watch it here. Jen was wrong about Juliet, incidentall…
 
Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/ Tim and Jen scratch their heads over an incest-filled nightmare of a David Cronenberg movie, Maps to the Stars! Hey remember that Mysteries and Scandals show on E!? They did an episode about Jon-Erik Hexum!(Whatever happened to A.J. Benza?) The poem by…
 
Tim and Jen welcome Doug Waugh of B-Movie TV and the Slashers podcast to discuss an overlooked Australian heist film that’s heaps good: Money Movers! Purchase Umbrella Entertainment’s blu-ray of Money Movers at their website! Urban Dictionary has a detailed entry on the Australian slang term “toecutter,” if you’re curious. The “Barge Arse” clip Tim…
 
Alan welcomes Coach JC - Mental Conditioning Coach, Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker, and Author of Win All Day! Alan talks about his Aha! moment when he understood business It's when he lost everything due to arrogance. Question to Coach JC, "when was your aha! moment?" He replied, "my breakthrough came when he realized all else failed and have …
 
The first European honeybees arrived in Australia on 20th May 1822. Four bee experts recount the effects on Australia's native bees, on honey production, on ecology and farming. And a new $2 coin is being released featuring bees, golden honeycomb and Eucalyptus flowers.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
As the world turns, entrepreneurs are flourishing. Joining Alan this week is Jason Brown, founder and CEO of Family Central. Jason started building chains of retail stores until 1999 when he dove into the digital world and started building digitally native businesses. Though he was successful in building new companies, he also experienced failure. …
 
* Primary students present E=mc2 The Musical* Giant strides in energy storage and plastic recycling* Seaweeds – thousands of species many with untapped potential* Giant kelp in massive drastic decline* UV light reveals rare fossilised spiders* Tasmania home to 2,499 species of beetlesBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
Jen and Tim welcome back Josh of The Worst of All Possible Worlds podcast to discuss the Oliver Stone version of the Eric Bogosian play, Talk Radio from 1988. Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/ Jen got the date of the crash of Air Florida flight 90 wrong— it happened in January of 1982.…
 
* Black hole images allow theories to be tested* Journals slow to act despite evidence of scientific fraud or misconduct* Parrots and humans – extreme species with shared behaviours* New technology brings new life to exhibits at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery* Vale Caroline JonesBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
* A call for more controls over possible brain manipulation and monitoring* Global risks require new approach to governance* Consumption linked to biodiversity and extinction risk* Missouri Botanical Gardens moves its annual orchid show online* Australian sea lions in an ongoing declineBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
* Thankyou Australia and goodbye* Lyrebird song a possible indication of population health* Twelve experiments that changed our world – the story of how we came to understand the universe* Science Media Centres – linking the media to scientistsBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/ Tim and Jen are overwhelmed by the raw charisma of Jacques from the Seeking Derangments podcast in a truly chaotic episode nominally about the chaotic 1977 film House! Via Senses of Cinema, read a retrospective on Nobuhiko Obayashi’s career that also s…
 
Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/ Tim holds forth on the mind sickness that led to short-lived streaming service Quibi before diving into a review of short-form horror anthology 50 States of Fright. Jen just tries to keep up! This AV Club article is pretty emblematic of the unkind resp…
 
Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/ Jen and Tim host Mike Rosen, who is a witch, to discuss a very witchy cult horror movie, Eyes of Fire! Also, if you were dying to know Jen’s thoughts on Midsommar, they’re in there. Mike's graphic novel, Malleus Malleficarum, is indeed on itch.io and c…
 
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