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In each episode, the Stronger By Science team delves into exercise and nutrition research, health and fitness trends, and listener questions. Through deep dives, banter, and anecdotes, you'll learn how to interpret and apply the latest science, how to explain fitness trends to your friends, and what actually matters when it comes to living a strong, healthy life.
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The Squirrel Marketing Podcast

Bill Bronson & Jeffrey Cooperstein

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Join marketing guru William "Bill" Bronson, as he dives deep into the world of marketing and chase squirrels in all directions. Marketing is about connecting with people. To learn more about marketing your product or service, it's important to learn more about trends, human nature, motivating factors, and much more. Marketers never stop learning and each new insight helps us hone our skills. Learn from our experience and hear from real business owners about their experiences.
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Have you ever wondered how your friend bought that vacation home or why that colleague of yours makes everyone meticulously split the tab down to the last Diet Coke? Other People’s Pockets is a show about other people’s money. We ask people from all walks of life to get radically transparent about their personal finances in order to learn more about who we are and what makes us tick (and perhaps we level the playing field a little bit along the way?).
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Data in Biotech is a fortnightly podcast exploring how companies leverage data to drive innovation in life sciences. Every two weeks, Ross Katz, Principal and Data Science Lead at CorrDyn, sits down with an expert from the world of biotechnology to understand how they use data science to solve technical challenges, streamline operations, and further innovation in their business. You can learn more about CorrDyn - an enterprise data specialist that enables excellent companies to make smarter ...
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Helping you get the most out of your Pilates classes! If you love Pilates, or are just curious about it, this podcast is for you! I'm Olivia, and every week I'll will be diving into the who, what, where, when, and why of Pilates in an engaging and enthusiastic way for new and experienced Pilates students alike. Let's learn something new!
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The TunnelCoder podcast is about helping you cut through the noise and learn to code quicker and more efficiently. But also, it’s about never doing a tutorial that starts with a calculator expression again! And no toy apps or Dog / Car classes either. B / C those are just demeaning.
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The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Mollie McGlocklin, Mollie Eastman

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The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast, exists to transform the conversation around sleep on the planet! Each episode is a conversation with industry leaders designed to deliver practical takeaways to improve your sleep. The intention is to shift the paradigm of wellness to make SLEEP the #1 focus in our journey towards great health. . For years, my sleep was a problem in my life. When I went through my own challenging period of insomnia while traveling internationally, I felt like there was nowhere t ...
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On Story of the Week, “journalist” Joel Stein chooses an article that fascinates him, convinces the writer to tell him about it, and then interrupts a good conversation by talking about himself. Sometimes the story will be the one everyone is talking about, like the New Yorker article on smoking hallucinogenic toads. Other times we’ll find a story you might have missed, like the one in the Verge about the rock groupie turned hacker who had huge corporations at her mercy. These are stories yo ...
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Teachers' Voices

BOLD and Nina Alonso

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Teachers are one of the most influential and powerful forces for equity, access and quality in education. They provide children and young people with the knowledge, skills, attitude and tools needed to reach their full potential. Teachers' Voices is a podcast series from BOLD, the digital platform on learning and development. Join Nina Alonso as she shares powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their experiences, and listen in on inspiring conversat ...
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Nobody knows everything but everybody knows something. Podcast channel where I speak my heart and mind out of "something" which I read, watch, perceive to help you get to know about the topic better. Well, If I am not an expert on that topic, I call my acquaintances to help you explain that. Symposium serves the purpose for that. Analysis on Current Affairs, General Awareness regarding History, Polity, International Relations, National and Social Issues of the Republic of India. Giving persp ...
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The podcast from Chiro.London, hosted by founder Craig McLean. We meet chiropractors or people of influence who have an interesting life journey to share, always intertwined with a Chiro link. We started by chatting to the whole Chiro.London team of chiropractors and along the way we expanded to include some of the past Chiro London team, international chiropractors of influence, health focused London businesses or people (yoga, Pilates, gyms, PTs, psychotherapists) and simply some cool peop ...
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If you love wine, business and the thrill of new ventures. Then Avondale Sky Winery is the show for you. In 2019, the Coutinho family took a leap of faith. They bought a winery with no previous experience in the winemaking industry. Nestled in rural Nova Scotia, this podcast captures the ups and downs of their first 2 years running Avondale Sky Winery. This is the story of risk, passion and family. A story about rural life and community. A story of adapting to survive and learning to thrive. ...
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This podcast explores the path to success and the dots that are connected along the way. We are curious about the stories of successful people and the journey that took them from A to here. Hosted by Geoffrey Klein, our aim is to share these stories in the hope that you will learn from them to help others...connect the dots.
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The Transformative Ideas Podcast (formerly the ACIT Science Podcast). This podcast is to provide a glimpse into the life of scientists: to learn about the ideas they are passionate about, to find out what gets them out of bed every day to face the challenges and frustrations of working at the frontier to the unknown, and to share in some of the most important lessons they have learned in their career. For inquiries, reach out to manu.brenn@gmail.com.
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You’re listening to Adulthood Academy; I’m your host Angela Hacche. This community is a resource for all those adulthood things many of us were never formally taught. That’s all that stuff from learning to handle your finances to navigating different relationships. It’s all in here! There is far more ahead to learn than there is behind. That’s what I’m here for. To foster this community of perpetual go-getters who are working to fulfill their potential in every facet of life. I'm so happy to ...
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Discover all things nutrition and health without the dogma. Pursuit of Health was borne out of a twenty-year career as a hospital-based dietitian and my desire to detox from the heavily dogmatic teachings of traditional dietetics. My interest in nutrition and health has always one of pure curiosity and I love pursuing all points of view and exploring different lines of evidence and not just what’s found in the halls of conventional wisdom.I am on a mission to connect people to all the player ...
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Coaching Youth Football Tips, Talk, Drills, Plays and Playbooks by Coach Parker. Coach Parker has been coaching youth football for 25 plus seasons since 1994. This youth football podcast will help new and experienced youth football coaches learn more about coaching football. Lots of talk about SW, DW, Beast, Blocking, Tackling, Scouting, Parents, 62 Defense and more. Coach Parker's eBooks are Power Wing Beast Offense Playbook; 62 Multi 8 Youth Football Defense Playbook, Wildcat Multi Spread ...
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Christopher J. Allen, MD (SleepDrChris) is a board certified Sleep Medicine Doctor for kids and adults. He received his sleep medicine training at the University of Michigan (Go BLUE 💙 💛). He also has a board certification in pediatric neurology. He loves neurology, but sleep is his PASSION! He has a personal mission to make sure that people get qu…
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Theresa Sawi, U.S. Geological Survey Repeating earthquakes sequences are widespread along California’s San Andreas fault (SAF) system and are vital for studying earthquake source processes, fault properties, and improving seismic hazard models. In this talk, I’ll be discussing an unsupervised machine learning‐based method for detecting …
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Greg, Pak, and Milo review the literature on lifting for mental health. Does exercising improve your mood? How long does this last? What about lifting? Can we improve our long-term mental health through physical activity and lifting weights? TIME STAMPS Note: The full list of sources and notes can be found on the episode page on strongerbyscience.c…
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In this episode of Real Life Mortgage Solutions, Len Lane discusses his process for obtaining mortgages for self-employed Canadians. Len provides invaluable insights into recent shifts in tax regulations impacting self-employed mortgage applicants, emphasizing the importance of strategic tax planning. He discusses the challenges self-employed indiv…
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In this episode of Real Life Mortgage Solutions, Len interviews Ray Meredith, a seasoned mortgage broker with a rich background in the banking and real estate industries. Ray shares valuable insights into the key differences between the banking and mortgage brokerage sectors, highlighting the advantages of being an independent contractor and the ar…
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In this episode of the Real Life Mortgage Solutions podcast, Len Lane delves into the critical yet often overlooked process of mortgage renewals. With a staggering statistic that 85% of Canadians auto-renew their mortgages without exploring better options, Len breaks down the implications of this decision and why it's crucial for individuals to rea…
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In this episode, Len Lane, founder and president of Brokers for Life Inc., sits down with Amy Wilson, a founding team member of the organization, to delve into her journey into the world of mortgage brokerage. From her background in finance to the pivotal decision to transition into mortgage brokering, Amy shares her insights, experiences, and the …
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The final episode of Teachers’ Voices season 3 opens with Sister Zeph, winner of the 2023 Global Teacher Prize, talking directly to teachers. “You are a future maker”, she says. These words inspired the rest of this mini-episode, which explores futures literacy. What is futures literacy? What do students gain from futures literacy? How can teachers…
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Send us a Text Message. Tim Kang was just in SLC for the World Cup and NACS. He got to watch and session with some of the best climbers in the world. Hear from Tim what his major takeaways were that can help you too. SHOW NOTES: Honnold’s Comments About Competitions and $ Petzl Roc Trip James-Caro Wedding Present Support the Show. Support us on Pat…
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Andres Pena Castro, University of New Mexico The seismicity detected in the Antarctic continent is low compared with other continental intraplate regions of similar size. The low seismicity may be explained by (i) insufficient strain rates to generate earthquakes, (ii) scarcity of seismic instrumentation for detecting relatively small earthquakes, …
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This week, Harshil Patel, Director of Scientific Development at Seqera, joins the Data in Biotech podcast to discuss the importance of collaborative, open-source projects in scientific research and how they support the need for reproducibility. Harshil lifts the lid on how Nextflow has become a leading open-source workflow management tool for scien…
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Send us a Text Message. Davin Bagdonas has developed 1000’s of climbs all over the world. Elite climbers, fellow adventurers, and previous podcast guests, like Jimmy Webb, Jamie Emerson, Roman Yalowitz, Eric Jerome call up Davin when they want to go on a wild adventure to try to find the best boulders in the world. Davin takes us on a trip around t…
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In this episode, Milo, Greg, and Pak sit down to discuss the concept of stretch-mediated hypertrophy, from the foundational animal studies, to human stretching studies, to present day hype around stretch-mediated hypertrophy and lengthened partials. They also discuss how they're currently implementing lengthened training into their workout routines…
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Why is it important to make sure children have words to name their emotions? How can teachers promote mental health and wellbeing? Is it possible to remove academic pressure from school? In this episode, Nina first meets Sarah Griffiths, a Senior Research Fellow at University College London and Co-Director of the Wellbeing and Language Lab in UCL’s…
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Great chat with Laurence, who, it could be argued is afraid of what a cosy and comfortable life looks like. I loved hearing about the early days with the Wellness Guys, (a before its time podcast about wellness - not chiropractic). We follow his life from being a Chiro in Perth, to a Chiro coach in Sydney to 2 years ago again moving and ending up i…
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Send us a Text Message. You’re midway through a redpoint burn and you’re tired. There’s a bunch of moves to go and you tell yourself that you’re so tired right now there’s no way you’ll ever send. But the truth is, you have no idea how far you will get or if the send is actually right there for the taking. You can’t trust your feelings! Tim and Jos…
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Dr. Scott Sherr is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician Certified to Practice Health Optimization Medicine (HOMe) and a specialist in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). He the founder of HOMe-SF, the first HOMe clinic in the United states, and is also the Chief Operating Officer of Health Optimization Medicine and Practice (HOMe/HOPe)–USA, …
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There are benefits to doing Pilates in the short, mid, and long term, and the longer you consistently do Pilates, the more benefits you can gain. I've done Pilates for several years myself, and I work with clients who've done Pilates from one day to one decade. Tune in to hear what's waiting for you when you commit to your Pilates practice! I want …
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Zachary Smith, University of California Berkley Intense dynamic stresses during earthquakes can activate numerous subsidiary faults and generate off-fault damage that alters fault properties and can impact the source processes and rupture dynamics of future earthquakes. Distinguishing how much damage accumulates during a single earthquake versus mu…
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This week, we are pleased to have Stewart Fossceco, Head of Non-Clinical and Diagnostics Statistics at Zoetis and an expert in pharmaceutical manufacturing, join us on the Data in Biotech podcast. We sat down with Stewart to discuss implementing and improving Quality Assurance (QA) processes at every stage of biotech manufacturing, from optimizing …
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Send us a Text Message. Palmer Larsen is one of the top coaches in the country. This podcast has soooooooooo many helpful tips and frameworks to get you to the next level. DO NOT MISS his description of how to foster an environment for long term success via deliberate practice @ ~1:28! He is the head coach of Momentum Climbing Team, in SLC, one of …
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Dr. Dominik Nischwitz (AKA Dr. Dome) is known as the “World's leading biological dentist” and one of the first ceramic implant specialists. He is the Vice President of the International Society for Metal-Free Implantology, whose mission is to help as many people as possible experience optimum oral health without the use of metal-based treatments of…
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In this episode, Greg, Pak, and Milo delve into research on sleep's impact on lifting and sports performance, recount sleep-related anecdotes from their college days, and explore strategies to counteract poor sleep when enhancing sleep quality is not feasible. Note: The full list of sources and notes can be found on the episode page on strongerbysc…
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What types of physical activity benefit students? Can bringing movement and play into different academic classes help children learn? How can spaces and classes for movement be inclusive? Nina first meets Fotini Vasilopoulos, a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Sydney in Australia. “Physical activity is important for physical health, for…
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Send us a Text Message. What is the best way to approach a climb? It’s a simple question that may be one of the most important things to ask yourself before you pull on each time, but it’s never talked about. Tim Kang, professional climber and coach, shares the fundamental strategy needed to get your best performance each time. Announcement!! $5 Pa…
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Yifang Cheng, Tongji University, Shanghai Earthquake focal mechanisms offer insights into the architecture, kinematics, and stress at depth within fault zones, providing observations that complement surface geodetic measurements and seismicity statistics. We have improved the traditional focal mechanism calculation method, HASH, through the incorpo…
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This week, we are pleased to welcome to the Data in Biotech podcast Brendan McCorkle, CEO of SciNote, a cloud-based ELN (Electronic Lab Notebook) with lab inventory, compliance, and team management tools. In this episode, we discuss how the priorities of ‘Research’ and ‘Development’ differ when it comes to the data they expect and how they use it, …
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Send us a Text Message. Allison Vest has THE STRONGEST FINGERS IN THE WORLD (according to the internet), and she is finally releasing her secret training plan to us! It’s only $9.99, and the best part is Testpiece listeners get 20% off for a limited time! Get it here NOW! 🥸 Allison shares about what it’s like to climb with the extremely strong fing…
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Mortgage Solutions for the every day Canadian mortgage consumer. Are you thinking about becoming a mortgage broker learn first hand what you should look for in a brokerage and what you need to be successful. — Contact Len Lane | Brokers for Life: BrokersForLife.ca Linkedin: Len Lane LinkedIn: Brokers for Life Facebook: Brokers for Life X: @Brokers4…
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Travis Alongi, U.S. Geological Survey Many of the world’s most damaging faults are offshore, presenting unique challenges and opportunities for studying earthquakes and faults. This talk explores how earthquake-generated (passive) and human-made (active) marine seismic methods improve our knowledge of on-fault slip behavior and off-fault dama…
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In this episode, Greg, Pak, and Milo take a deep dive in the research around sleep and health, from sleep duration to the latest data on sleep regularity and shift work. 00:00:00 - Intro & Plugs 00:20:48 - Sleep duration and all-cause mortality 00:42:58 - Sleep regularity and all-cause mortality 01:15:13 - Shift work & sleeping irregular hours 01:2…
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In what ways do students differ from each other in their learning? How does one student vary in their own learning from day to day? How can schools embrace these types of learning variability? In this episode, Nina talks to Julia Leonard, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Learning variability, Julia explains, is both “my learnin…
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Send us a Text Message. Tim Kang and Josh Horsley explore how often to have limit sessions. What limit sessions really mean. And what non-limit sessions look like. They also cover the latest news, give important PSAs, Pro-Tips, and of course there is a rant. There’s always at least one rant. SHOW NOTES: GoFundme for Adriene Felipe Hoo Beastmaking B…
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Amanda is an alcohol-free lifestyle expert. She’s a holistic life coach, speaker and author living, working and playing in Austin, TX. As a coach, Amanda helps ambitious, soul-centered women stop drinking and start manifesting the life they deserve and desire. She teaches a modern approach to personal development, self-actualization and spiritual e…
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You may have seen a recent influx of people posting Pilates mat exercise on social media in March. Tune in to today's episode to learn about the inception of March Matness, what is is, how you can get involved, and why seeing lots of people sharing their version of Pilates exercises on social media is a fabulous thing. I want to hear from you! Shar…
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Thomas Rockwell, San Diego State University The Salton Basin was free of significant water between about 100 BCE and 950 CE but has filled to the sill elevation of +13 m six times between ca 950 and 1730 CE. Based on a dense array of cone penetrometer (CPT) soundings across a small sag pond, the Imperial fault is interpreted to have experienced an …
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This week, we are pleased to be joined on the Data in Biotech Podcast by Pierre Salvy, who recently became the CTO at Cambrium, and his colleague Lucile Bonnin, Head of Research & Development at Cambrium. As part of the Cambrium team behind NovaColl™, the first micro-molecular and skin-identical vegan collagen to market, Pierre and Lucile share the…
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Send us a Text Message. That's right ladies and gentlemen -- Jimmy Webb! Jimmy is one of the best climbers our sport has ever scene, and one of the humblest and kindest climbers as well. Please enjoy this wide ranging but always fantastic chat with Jimmy Webb. Support the Show. Support us on Patreon: HERE Visit our podcast page: HERE Sign-up with o…
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Ulrich Dempfle, CEO and co-founder of CAROL, built on his background in mechanical engineering to develop the world’s only Reduced Exertion HIIT (REHIT) bike, alongside leading exercise researchers. Ulrich heads up all aspects of product development at CAROL—from data science to software and hardware. Making him the perfect person to talk you throu…
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Taiyi Wang, Stanford University All instrumented basaltic caldera collapses generate Mw > 5 very long period earthquakes. However, previous studies of source dynamics have been limited to lumped models treating the caldera block as rigid, leaving open questions related to how ruptures initiate and propagate around the ring fault, and the seismic ex…
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In this episode, Greg, Pak, and Milo tackle the research around body fat spot reduction. First, they tackle the research on various ointments, creams, garments, and whole body vibration. Following this, they discuss the evidence for spot reduction as an adaptation to different exercise types such as endurance and resistance training. TIME STAMPS No…
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How can teachers help students make a positive change in their communities? How can schools better connect education with the future of work? In this bonus mini episode of Teachers’ Voices, Nina hears practical tips from last episode’s guests Alison Yang, Barbara Bilgre, Maud Seghers, and Larisa Akrofie. Nina is also joined by Tanya Sheckley, an ed…
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Send us a Text Message. The topics are in the title! A big focus on what Tim is “re-learning” as he comes back from his serious knee injury. SHOW NOTES: Team Trials Instagram Post by Ryan Paul Robinson on Hueco Rock Rodeo Nathaniel Flashing Scarface Support the Show. Support us on Patreon: HERE Visit our podcast page: HERE Sign-up with one of our c…
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Dr. Gominak grew up and attended college in California, moved to Houston for medical school at Baylor College of Medicine, where she received an MD degree in 1983. Her Neurology residency was done at the Harvard affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She practiced Neurology in the San Francisco Bay area from 1991-2004 then moved with …
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Peter Adams, Senior executive manager with consistent track record of high achievement in Europe, USA and Canada. Depth of experience in the building of technology based organizations, quickly developing and implementing strategies and creating market awareness. Experience developed through blue chip, startup, and consulting organizations plus mana…
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Shinji Toda, Tohoku University The 1 Jan 2024 Noto Hanto earthquake launched a plethora of ills on the Noto Hanto population, taking 200 lives, and causing $25B in damage, only $5B of which was insured. These ills include a tsunami that arrived within a few minutes of the mainshock, as well as unexpectedly strong shaking throughout the Noto peninsu…
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This week, we are pleased to welcome Jacob Oppenheim, Entrepreneur in Residence at Digitalis Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in solutions to complex problems in human and animal health. Jacob sat down with Ross to discuss the importance of establishing strong data foundations in biotech companies and how to approach the task. We explo…
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Send us a Text Message. Martin Keller is one of the few people to boulder 8C+ / V16... But what's really incredible is he just did it right before he turned 46 years old! Martin is an incredible climber, coach, and teacher. In this episode he shares: How to gain limit strength, rather than just getting tired. The best way to project climbs (he's fa…
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Introducing Shyla Smith, the visionary founder of Muslin Comfort, a Central California-based, family-owned, and operated B2C company that has become a true e-commerce "unicorn." Shyla, an attorney by profession, embarked on a remarkable journey, leading her business to unprecedented success, with sales soaring from $162K in 2019 to an impressive $1…
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With the 96th Academy Awards this Sunday, we wanted to revisit this episode from last year. The Oscars seems to be cursed with a series of chaotic live television gaffes. But one moment in Academy Award history takes the cake. In 1974, a scrawny white man named Robert Opel ran across the stage butt naked, right as the Best Picture category was bein…
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