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Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading disability.
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A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
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Learn something new every day! A Podcast for Intellectually Curious People! Learn something new every single day. Everything Everywhere Daily tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, history, science, geography, and culture.
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80 Days is a podcast dedicated to exploring little-known countries, territories settlements and cities around the world. We're part history podcast, part geography podcast and part ramble. Each episode, we'll land in a new locale and spend some time discussing the history, geography, culture, sport, religion, industry, pastimes and music of our new location. More details on www.80dayspodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @80dayspodcast | Support us on www.patreon.com/80dayspodcast
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Sweeping historical saga of the United States (USA), Canada and Mexico from their deep origins to our present epoch. Join host Mark Vinet on this exciting and fascinating journey through time, exploring and focusing on the interesting, compelling, wonderful and tragic stories of the North American continent, its inhabitants, heroes, villains, leaders, environment and geography.
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Every Wednesday join host Matthew Cook and his trusty scorekeeper Carter Zenke as their friends go head-to-head in an epic (but friendly) trivia battle over a good cup of tea. Navigating questions about history, sports, music, geography, and much more, the contestants compete for the ultimate prize: A teabag.
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Imagine if Cryptozoology and Geography were sentient creatures who met and had a child. This child grew up and went through and angsty goth phase. In college they learned and experience quite a bit. So now they're more calm and relaxed but still weird. That's this podcast in a nutshell. Support this podcast: https://app.redcircle.com/shows/05a224e1-c99b-4792-8349-8849a5c6344a/donations
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Geography is everything and in this podcast you'll gain a better understanding of topics such as regional dialects, beer, cities, food, and everything else, just with a geographic lens! Join Geoff Gibson (host of the YouTube channel: Geography by Geoff) and Professor Hunter Shobe of Portland State University as they tackle different topics and discuss them to ridiculous lengths! New episodes published weekly on Wednesday at 12:00pm PT.
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A ten-part podcast about space, society, and power inspired by British geographer Doreen Massey. From a London laundromat to a public park in Berlin, from a contested waterfront in Kochi to the Egyptian desert, our show seeks to inspire listeners to think about space and place as full of power, and to imagine political alternatives to the current world order.
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Real talk, Real people. We touch on world topics, news, music, geography, history and many more. We speak with anyone that would like a conversation and we respect your view whether we like it or not we just ask for you to allow us to critic and conversate respectfully.
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Rhys the Geographer knows nothing about History. Will the Historian knows nothing about Geography. Join us on our quest to fill each other's gaps in knowledge! Have a question you want answered? Send us a message here - https://anchor.fm/gapsinknowledge/message Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/rhys-will/subscribe
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A trivia contest for the ages - former radio host Stephen Creagh fires off 20 Questions & Answers with an Aussie twist. Perfect for the ride to school, the holiday road trip or the drive home from work (also quite popular in the gym, the toilet, for airline travel and meditation sessions). Sport, movies, music, science, geography, literature - there's a bit of everything. Outsmart your kids, embarrass the oldies or play judgement-free on your Pat Malone. Your time starts.......now
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Welcome to 5678, a movie musical podcast where two best friends, separated by geography but united in their love for musical theater, review and breakdown movie-musicals. Each episode we dissect a new movie musical, ranging from the 1930's all the way up to today, all the while giggling, snorting, and generally being absolute dunces. So powder those noses and tape down those boobs, we're about to start rolling.
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Through GlobalCastMD’s world-class network of physicians and technology, any health system can provide their doctors access to ongoing mentoring and education. Companies can leverage this same network to more effectively train physicians on products and use it to help train their own sales force. Our educational materials aim to provide entertaining, interactive education for anyone, regardless of geography. We truly are: Dedicated to the rapid advancement of care. Everywhere.
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Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1, which was published by DC Comics on April 18, 1938. 84 years later comes The Superman Super Show! The Superman Super Show is the podcast where two regular guys (Ed Moore and Steeven R. Orr), separated by a thousand miles of geography, try and read every Superman comic ever. Then talk about them, one issue at a time.
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Today, join Rhys for traffic congestion myths, a wildfire crash-course and naming lizards that have opinions on desertification. Will suprises Rhys for his three-part Geography quiz! Border, flags and countries! Rhys links: ⁠⁠⁠Critical factors for mitigating car traffic in cities ⁠⁠⁠⁠7 Burning Questions: Wildfires & Public Lands ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Land managemen…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Most things do not have a global reach. In the world of sport, the vast majority of teams are hyperlocal affairs within maybe a…
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PYGEOAPI is a Python server implementation of the OGC API suite of standards ... which might be really useful if you are thinking about upgrading from the first-generation OGC standards to the second-generation OGC standards ... or if need to implement a custom data source or custom functionality to your web services. https://pygeoapi.io If you are…
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Cargoes in Motion: Materiality and Connectivity across the Indian Ocean (Ohio University Press, 2022) is an innovative collection of essays that foregrounds specific cargoes as a means to understand connectivity and mobility across the Indian Ocean world. Scholars have long appreciated the centrality of trade and commerce in understanding the conne…
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I have exciting news!! On May 18th a show named Geography of Bliss became available on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service. It’s hosted by Rainn Wilson. He is most known for playing Dwight Shrute on the American version of The Office. The show asks which nations are the happiest on Earth, and what it is about these countries that makes their citizens …
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In June of every year, the sun has its solstice. In the north, the days are long; in the south, the days are short, and we can plan our calendars around this event. Just as certain as the sun follows its path in the sky, so too do the listeners of this podcast have questions. Just as certain as there are questions, so too do I have answers. Stay tu…
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The Plymouth Company was chartered by King James in 1606 with responsibility for colonizing the northern east coast of America. The merchants agreed to finance the settlers’ trip in return for repayment of their expenses plus interest out of the profits made. The Plymouth Company established the Popham Colony, in present-day Maine, the northern ans…
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There is a giant rift in East Africa today. It is a rift that literally tearing countries apart. This rift isn’t cultural, political, or economic, it is geologic. Africa is quite literally being torn apart. In several million years, Africa will be split into two continents, and while the process will take a long time, you see ample evidence for it …
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We’re featuring Journal of Pediatric surgery articles this week to bring you some of the latest news! This week we are discussing three articles from the March 2023 issue, with editor Dr. Marc Levitt and authors Drs Hira Ahmad, Elizaveta Bokova and Laurens and Robert Eeftinck Schattenkerk.Hosts: Em Tombash, Ellen Encisco and Cecilia Gigena Articles…
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Next time you are reading a book to your kids or nephews and neices, pay attention to the illustrations. Who is in the picture, how are they presented, and what does the landscape look like? And then go take a look at the resources through Fresh Wind studios. Explore Fresh Wind Studios here: https://www.freshwindstudios.com Find their list of books…
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In a previous episode, I spoke about the Drake equation and the odds of there being intelligent extraterrestrial life. Many people have used the Drake equation to argue that it is almost impossible for there not to be intelligent life in our galaxy. However, in the summer of 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi pushed back against this by asking a very sim…
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Pioneering colonist Ferdinando Gorges (1565-1647) was a British naval, military commander, was a key figure and major promoter of the English colonization of New England, and investor in the Popham Colony. His early involvement in English trade with and settlement of North America as well as his efforts in founding the Province of Maine earned him …
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If you are listening to me speak these words, regardless of where in the world you live, you are part of a global network we call human civilization. You share in the ideas, technology, and goods created worldwide and by people in your community. Most people on the planet are a part of this system. But not everyone. Some people have remained separa…
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In March 2023, Damon Bruce had the #1 sports radio show in the San Francisco market. He was unceremoniously laid off as his show was eliminated from Audacy's lineup. Damon took his massive radio and social media following and created “Damon Bruce Plus,” a daily YouTube show that is converted to a podcast. https://www.youtube.com/@damonbruceplus In …
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Insurance seems like a pretty modern concept. There are insurance commercials on television, and insurance companies sponsor major sports teams. Most of us have to buy insurance, or we are at least under someone else’s insurance policy. However, insurance is far from a modern concept. It is actually one of the oldest financial arrangements in human…
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The District Attorney is framed for murdering his wife. Can Superman prove his innocence and find the real murderer? Find out in today's episode as Ed and Steeven talk about the first of the four Superman stories that appeared in Superman #7 from September, 1940: Metropolis’s Most Savage Racketeers. Also, with the episode being a little short this …
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Welcome to 5678: A Movie Musical Podcast! Grab your papes and your strike signs and join us for Disney's 1992 Newsies! Starring Christian Bale, Robert Duvall, and America's favorite president. Prepare yourself for a good male chorus, some acrobatic (but questionable) dance solos, and the most aggressive accents you have ever heard. You've never see…
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We’re back with seventh episode of "Quick Literature Updates" the podcast series that delivers the latest updates in pediatric surgery literature in a quick and digestible format. In each episode, we review four articles covering the most interesting and relevant topics in the field. These articles are either chosen by JPS editors or APSA Articles …
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So, does anyone know how to say "slough" correctly? We might. But we're not sure. We just won't say it anymore. Here's some things we do know: if you're looking for a town with a) sick convenience stores that bring everyone together and just emit good vibes, b) an egg-based rating system to assess the goodness of your day (granted, we're technicall…
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In 1585, Sir Walter Raleigh established an English colony on an island in what is today the state of North Carolina. After a slow start, over 100 people moved to the island to start a new life and establish this English outpost at the edge of the new world. When a ship returned to the colony in 1590, what they found shocked them and began a mystery…
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Children are highly inquisitive and are always asking questions. One of the most common questions that children have is, “why is the sky blue?” It is a simple and reasonable question, yet the answer is rather complicated, and most adults really aren’t sure why the sky is blue. Learn why the sky is blue and how to answer a child’s most common questi…
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Denary Novels, Book Two — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
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During the 5th century, one name struck fear into the hearts of almost every European: Attila, leader of the Huns. For a period of almost 20 years, Attila ravaged Europe, conquering various tribes and causing one of the largest migrations ever seen on the continent. Then, quite suddenly and unexpectedly, the conquests of Attila stopped, and the Hun…
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Dr. Naoíse Mac Sweeney presents a radical new account of how the idea of the West has shaped our history, told through the stories of fourteen fascinating lives in her book The West: A New History of an Old Idea (Dutton, 2023). We tend to imagine Western Civilisation as a golden thread, leading through the centuries from classical antiquity to the …
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Let’s sample another taste of what the Parthenon Podcast Network's eclectic collection of podcasts has to offer with an episode of Eyewitness History with Josh Cohen who interviews a former Vietnam War veteran & "tunnel rat" who undertook military operations in Viet Cong tunnels during the 1960s. I’m pleased to announce that History of North Americ…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe An extra special bonus mini-episode! Fresh off our episode on tea at large comes a unique story around a specific man who almos…
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There were millions of stories that came out of the second world war. However, there were none like that of Tsutomu Yamaguchi. On August 6, 1945, he survived an event that no one in world history had encountered before. Just three days later, he had the misfortune of having to go through it again. Learn more about Tsutomu Yamaguchi, the man who sur…
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Over the course of this series, we’ve talked about the importance of education beyond the university. We've taken you to a public park, a cathedral, an art gallery, a library, a living room, a laundromat and to the streets. But universities do matter, as institutions and as places. In our final episode, we visit two – Goldsmiths, University of Lond…
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KiddNapper & Reality Komplex, interview "Knuckles" a truck driver from Texas. They dive into his experiences as a truck driver and journey into what it actually takes to full-fill the demanding role of a long haul driver. Aspects such as diet, training, road accidents, safety and the affects of COVID within the rigorous world of truck driving are d…
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Appendicitis is one of the most common conditions seen by pediatric surgeons but still has many controversies in management. Here is the Rewind of this talk given at the annual Update course 2022 with Drs. Meera Kotagal, Tolu Oyetunji, Shawn St. Peter, and Whit Holcomb Articles discussed: An evidence-based definition for perforated appendicitis der…
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There are many factors that go into the outcome of a battle. The number of soldiers, training, supplies, the weather, and the terrain the battle is fought on all play a part in determining the outcome. However, the biggest factor is the one that no one can control: luck. There has never been a battle where luck played a greater role than one that t…
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I really am curious if you’ve paid attention to what is in or left out of Children’s bibles. And I have lingering questions! Do children's Bibles influence how teenagers engage the Bible? Have you ever compared a story in the children’s bible to the story in the adult bible? Contact Cyndi Parker through Narrative of Place. Learn more about me and s…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Tea has left an incredibly impact on the world. Originating in China and steeped in mythology and legend, the brewed beverage h…
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So why would anyone want to put alot of data into a browser? Well, for a lot of the same reasons that edge computing and distributed computing have become so popular. You get the data a lot closer to the user and you don’t have to pay for the compute ;) … this sounds great but as I found out during this conversation it's not as easy as it might see…
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Imagine you want to start a brand new country. Only, you don’t want to go through the messy process of starting a revolution or a civil war in a currently existing country. You want to find an empty piece of land for yourself that no one has claimed. Is such a thing possible? Learn more about the doctrine of Terra Nullius and where it could still t…
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Cat Button and Gerald Taylor Aiken's Over Researched Places: Towards a Critical and Reflexive Approach (Routledge, 2022) explores the implications that research-density has on the people and places researched, on the researchers, on the data collected and knowledge produced, and on the theories that are developed. It examines the effects that resea…
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Determined to make their mark in the New World’s Northern Hemisphere, the English doggedly pursue strengthening their fledgling foothold on the eastern shores of the continent (1497-1618). Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/kfwkvpSugeA which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrat…
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