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SciShow Tangents is the lightly competitive knowledge showcase from the geniuses behind the YouTube series SciShow. Every other Tuesday, join Hank Green, Ceri Riley, and Sam Schultz as they try to one-up and amaze each other with weird and funny scientific research... while not getting distracted. There will be tangents about video games, music, weird smells, surprisingly deep insights about life, and of course, poop, but it always comes back to the science.
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Hall of Mirrors is a weekly, episodic podcast following the adventures of Arwen and the mysterious Watcher known as Strider, as they travel the multiverse, protecting it from various threats both within and beyond. For text versions of the episodes visit my blog! https://www.tumblr.com/blog/hallofmirrorspodcast Check out the Hall of Mirrors Facebook page for updates, and follow me on Twitter and Instagram! instagram.com/samthedapper twitter.com/samschultz22
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How to Start a Startup

Y Combinator and Stanford University: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman & more

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Sam Altman and the folks from Y Combinator offer up an amazing course in "How To Start A Startup" at Stanford. Course includes lectures from: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman, Keith Rabois, Ben Horowitz, Marissa Mayer, Hosian Rahman, Kirsty Nathoo, Carolynn Levy, and more
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The Justin Brady Show amplifies the best ideas, companies, entrepreneurs, and people on earth. Justin is an emerging tech PR communications guy that works in SEO, content strategy, PR and comms. When he's not amplifying his clients, he's amplifying ideas, companies, entrepreneurs, and people in the larger community. Past guests include: Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks; Blake Irving, CEO of GoDaddy; Ancesty.com Founder Paul Allen; Best-Selling authors like Dan Ariely, Dan Pink, Matthew M ...
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The Coffee and Bible Time podcast offers a source of encouragement and spiritual growth for your Christian faith journey. Our episodes delve into subjects that can evoke laughter, provoke profound thoughts, reveal lesser-known aspects of the Bible, spark your curiosity about contemporary Christian music and entertainment, and provide an enjoyable experience of listening to engaging discussions. Our guests include book authors, pastors, Bible scholars, filmmakers, musicians, and missionaries ...
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Jesus Whiskey Cigarettes is the podcast version of the show on Ragamuffin TV (http://www.ragamuffintv.com). David Leo Schultz & a revolving door of his friends and guests engage in raw, honest conversations about life, faith, religion, church, and especially Jesus. The kinds of conversations we naturally have when getting a beer with a couple friends or out on the back porch of your house. You can watch the video version of this show, and all our other original content at http://ragamuffintv ...
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This week we find ourselves still at the bottom of a dank hole, surrounded by semi-intelligent, ratlike creatures that are always learning lessons about morality. Will we ever get out? And if we do, what will be waiting for us? Episodes covered: Uncle Matt's Discovery, Junior Faces the Music, and A Tune for Two Check out http://kermitmentstuff.com/…
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This week Greg sat down with Will Spencer. Will is the host of The Renaissance of Men Podcast. They discussed what biblical masculinity looks like, the "Manosphere", why the secular society seems to hate masculinity, and the nuances between the waves in feminism, why it's not sustainable or biblical, and why Pastors need to start correcting women a…
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Dr. Dale Ahlquist the President of the Society of G.K. Chesterton stopped by the Tangent to discuss the ethics of Elfland, G.K. Chesterton's life and work, and the economic proposal called "Localism". SHOWNOTES https://www.chesterton.org/ https://chestertonschoolsnetwork.org/ Everlasting Man - Commentary by Dr. Dale Ahlquist Localism: Coming Home t…
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In episode 102, we chat with Anya Louw from AG Insurance - Soudal. The 23-year-old Tasmanian quickly rose to the Women’s World Tour in 2022 and has established herself as a real captain within the team despite admittedly still learning the ropes herself. Anya and I chatted about her adaption to the European professional lifestyle, what aspects she …
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Devotees of the testudines rejoice! Whether you have one as a pet, admire them at the zoo, or giggle with the rest of the internet when they rock each other off logs, chances are high, we think, that you like turtles. We like turtles! And conveniently for us, turtle science is also extremely cool, so this was basically an ideal episode to make. Enj…
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We're back in Fraggle Rock for the penultimate season, and we ain't alone: Fraggle Rock writer Sugith Varughese is back to talk to us about his experience writing the episode Sprocket's Big Adventure! This one's a corker! Check out http://kermitmentstuff.com/ to get your Kermitment merch! Kermitment has a Patreon! Running a podcast is deceptively e…
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When life's tremors threaten to disrupt our faith, it's the Unshakeable Moxie within us that holds fast. Embrace this steadfast spirit in our latest conversation with Lina AbuJamra, a physician, author, and beacon of hope, as she illustrates the transformative power of trials turned into triumphs. We explore the intricate landscape of spiritual res…
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This week Greg sat down with Leigh Brown. Leigh is a REALTOR®️, past president of the North Carolina Board of REALTORS®️, Author, and policy guru. As both Greg & Leigh are in real estate, they discussed the National Association of REALTORS®️ (NAR) settlement decision, what this means for buyers, sellers, and agents, the broader effects of this ruli…
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Fr. Sam and Matt catch up after Easter, discussing Matt's brother-in-law's Triduum experience as a Candidate for Confirmation, the catechetical nature of the Liturgy, and most of all, truth, justice, and the American way. Yeehaw! join Matt & Fr. Sam during their LIVE interview with Timothy Cardinal Dolan during On the Air with Veritas ! TICKET LINK…
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In episode 101, I catch up with Valtteri Bottas & Tiffany Cromwell, the cycling and Formula One power couple. Valtteri, Tiff and I chat about their upcoming gravel race in Finland, Fnld GRVL, which is a part of the GRVL series, including RADL (AUS) and SBT GRVL (US). We chat about how they discovered gravel cycling and how it plays a role in improv…
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Having attended every Fight Laugh Feast Conference over the last four years and talking with "Moscow Leaders" and thousands of conference attendees, I thought it would be prudent to share my personal experiences with the "Moscow Mood", and possibly correct some assumptions Ligon Duncan makes in this video. This response video is based on my interac…
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Have you ever felt the weight of cravings so intense that they seem to dictate every decision you make? Angie Haskell, acclaimed author of "Sugar Coated: Finding Sweet Release from Cravings that Control Us," graces our podcast with her compelling story of triumph over the shackles of desire. She doesn't just share her narrative; she tears down the …
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Kermitment has made its third trip around the sun, and to celebrate we're answering questions from viewers like you! But that's not all! We're going back in time, all the way to 1969, to watch a piece of Henson media we skipped the first time through: weird-o TV movie The Cube! Listen, won't you? You might just learn something! Check out http://ker…
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Dr. Jeffery Morrow joins us on the Tangent to share the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection he discovered during his own conversion to Catholicism. We also talk about the Old Testament's original manuscripts, the Historical Critical Method, and Jewish worship compared to Catholic Worship. LINKS Emmaus Academy Dr. Morrow's Book Fr. Sam's Daily …
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A wild teaser appears! This little snippet is the first part of our revisit of Big vs. Small and answering even more questions that we didn't get to in the episode. You can listen to the rest, and also a bunch more bonus content, on our Patreon. It's one of the best ways you can support the show and keep Tangents going and free for everyone. Head o…
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This week Greg sat down with Mike Harding. Mike has been on the show before and has done extensive work in the abolition movement. He has a new book out entitled "The Christian Response to Abortion: An Unapologetically Biblical Approach to Abolishing Preborn Homicide". They discussed what the early church fathers believed about abortion, what churc…
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In episode 100, I caught up with the greatest Men’s mountain biker of all time, Nino Schurter. Nino is a 10 (!!) time World Champion in the cross-country discipline and an Olympic gold medalist. At 37 years old, Nino is still a force in the sport, and the likes of Tom Pidcock and Mathieu van der Poel are trying to dethrone him in the MTB world. In …
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From expressing ourselves through fashion to protecting ourselves from the elements, textiles seem to be self-evidently significant to the human experience. But it's our goal on Tangents to always poke holes in the obvious, tear through distraction, and weave humor with knowledge - and the facts this episode will blow your cotton-poly blend socks o…
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Fr. Sam and Matt talk about what a spiritually fruitful Good Friday looks like, how silence plays a role in it, communication with family (and lack thereof), Father's experience as a priest, and how suffering leads to kissing the cross.By Veritas Catholic Network
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Discover the roadmap to nurturing your child's faith in a world that often seems to run counter to Christian values, as award-winning author and podcast host Lee Ann Mancini joins us for a deep dive into the heart of spiritual parenting. Facing a stark reality where the faith of our youth is wavering, we arm you with the strategies and encouragemen…
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This week, not only does Kermitment celebrate it's third anniversary, it does so with Elmo himself: Ryan Dillon! What more is there to say, really? We spent an hour and a half hanging out with someone who played Elmo! and oh yeah, we watched a Muppet thing too but... Elmo! Check out http://kermitmentstuff.com/ to get your Kermitment merch! Kermitme…
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This week Greg sat down with Brian Ninde & Jimmy Delossantos. Brian and Jimmy are hosts of the Hearts for the Lost Podcast and street evangelists. They discussed Church vs. Entertainment, the pitfalls of evangelism in the evangelical church as well as the reformed and calvinistic churches, as well as tips on street evangelism, who the church is mea…
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In episode 99, I catch up with Australia’s greatest-ever general classification rider, 2011 Tour de France winner and World Champion, Cadel Evans. Cadel begins by explaining the origins of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and explains the difficulties of putting on a bike race in 2024. We then turn our attention to which riders in the modern-d…
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Leo Severino, the producer of Cabrini joins Fr. Sam and Matt to talk about St. Mother Cabrini, the key to making a good Christian movie, film and evangelization, and more! LINKS Cabrini Tickets: https://www.angel.com/tickets/cabrini Leo's Book: https://ignatius.com/going-deeper-gdep/By Veritas Catholic Network
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Many founders or CEOs dreams of a big, earned media hit in The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal. But are these big wins really the best target for outbound communications? That depends, says Eleanor Hawkins who leads the Axios Communicators newsletter. Hawkins covers communications trends, future uses of AI in marketing communications, and…
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Ever wondered how the unpredictable moments in a family could mirror the foundations of a strong marriage? That's just one of the laugh-out-loud stories Dave and Ann Wilson share with us as we explore the transformative journey of marital success. With the Wilsons' guidance, this episode peels back the layers of the art of nurturing a relationship …
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We spent a looooong time in 1985! And we're almost out of it, but before we are, we have to go back and catch up on some new-to-us and newly-discovered bits of Muppet detritus we've missed along the way. A classic kitchen sink episode! Check out http://kermitmentstuff.com/ to get your Kermitment merch! Kermitment has a Patreon! Running a podcast is…
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This week Greg sat down with Josh Howard. Josh is a Pastor of Grace Community Church, author of "Stories About The End Of Things", and host of the Eschatology Matters Podcast. We discussed the different views of end times theology, the differences, what the early church fathers believed, and how eschatology can effect your salvation and sanctificat…
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In episode 98, I catch up with Fabian Cancellara, the owner of Tudor Pro Cycling, the new Suisse team on a rapid rise towards the World Tour. Fabian explains how the team came to be and its organisational values. We discuss the challenges of creating a new team and managing sponsor expectations. Fabian and I close the episode by discussing the riva…
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It may be well-known that hope is the thing with feathers, but how much is known about feathers themselves? Turns out, plenty! From shrub grouses to shuttlecocks and all the pea-babies (diminutive for peacocks, definitely for sure) in between, come soar on the delightfully complex wings of knowledge with us! SciShow Tangents is on YouTube! Go to ww…
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Francis X. Maier has worked in the Church his entire career. He sat down with us to discuss his newest book True Confessions: Voices of Faith From a Life in the Church, which is a compilation of 103 interviews he conducted with Catholic Bishops, Priests, Laypeople, Educators and more to discuss their true thoughts on the state of the Catholic Churc…
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Have you ever felt like you're in a never-ending battle with comparison and self-doubt? Jenn Schultz, the compassionate author behind "She's Not Your Enemy," joins us to share her journey from a people-pleaser trapped in the pursuit of perfection to someone who's found her true worth through faith. Together, we navigate the treacherous undercurrent…
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This week, Jim heads to Germany to talk to marionette-ist Albrecht Roser and then goes down unda' to chat with shadow puppet genius Richard Bradshaw... and guess what? His episode rules! An actually-good episode of World of Puppetry? Now I've seen everything! Check out http://kermitmentstuff.com/ to get your Kermitment merch! Kermitment has a Patre…
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Finishing out the third installment of the coverage from the Why Calvinism Conference, Greg sat down with Dr. Sam Waldron and Kenny and Claire. Dr. Sam Waldron is a Pastor, Author, and President of the Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary. They discussed the importance of theology, his struggle with the Doctrine of Assurance, and why Calvinistic T…
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Dr. Gerry Crete the founder of Transformation Counseling and the author of Litanies of the Heart: Relieving Post-Traumatic Stress and Calming Anxiety through Healing Our Parts, joins the Tangent to talk about the importance of therapy for stable mental health, how Internal Family Systems (IFS for short) works, the importance of healing for priests …
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We're just about done with 1985, a year we've been in for a loooooong time, and we're in that mode of Kermitment episode where we're watching a bunch of random junk we missed throught the rest of the year. This week, we watched the interstitals from a series of Muppet Show compilations on VHS that give us the increasingly-rare opportunity to hang o…
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Have you ever wrestled with the constraints life throws at you or experienced limitations that seem to fence you in? Wondering where grace fits into the picture and asking the question, are there blessings in the boundaries of our lives? Sara Hagerty, a writer of deep insight and experience, joins us in a profound exploration of finding peace amids…
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