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Restitutio is a Christian theology podcast designed to get you thinking about biblical theology, church history, and apologetics in an effort to recover the original Christian faith of Jesus and the apostles apart from all of the later traditions that settled on it like so much sediment, obscuring and mutating primitive Christianity into dogma and ritual. Pastor Sean Finnegan, the host of Restitutio, holds to a Berean approach to truth: that everyone should have an open mind, but check every ...
 
"The Tony Kornheiser Show" (now available exclusively on-demand) is a topical, daily talk show that starts with sports and quickly moves into politics, current events, entertainment and, really, whatever happens to be on Tony’s mind that day. The format of the show—regular sit-in guests with familiar interviews and segments—highlights not only the unique perspective of Tony Kornheiser but also the expertise of his network of friends. Join one of the most recognizable and outspoken commentato ...
 
What is sand? What’s it made from, and how does it get from where it’s made to the beaches and sand dunes that surround many of our shores? On this album, Dr Dave McGarvie of The Open University takes us on a visit to Cornwall to follow grains of sand on their journey from the high moorland to the sea shore. Back in the lab, he demonstrates some techniques for looking in detail at samples of sand. The album draws on material originally created to support The Open University course Exploring ...
 
Van Walt Limited design, source, install, supply, rent and repair equipment for environmental research. Operating from 5 offices in 3 continents we have been around for more than 40 years and, over that time, built considerable experience and expertise when it comes to sampling and monitoring water, soil and groundwater. Our equipment is recognised as best-in-class and our knowledge of the environmental sector is valued by our customers, who know our service doesn’t end with the supply of eq ...
 
A Field Guide to Whale Creek is a self-guided audio tour and field guide pamphlet (available for download at www.newtowncreekfieldguide.com). These tools add insights to the strange beauty of the post-natural landscape accessible via the Newtown Creek Nature Walk, designed by George Trakas. You can reach the site in Greenpoint, Brooklyn by G train, bicycle or car. Just look for the enormous digester eggs belonging to the DEP’s Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. A NOTE TO THE CURIOUS: ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
High Definition Video Podcast Understanding Wine. Video interviews with famous wine makers. Travel videos of wine country complete with wine vineyard profiles. Wine ratings and reviews in the style of Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, and Robert Parker. Visits to Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Bordeaux, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany, and many many more.
 
The question of where life originally came from intrigues everyone, no matter whether you are a 7-year-old girl or a distinguished professor. However, there are a variety of different theories about how life came about. In this series, we are will explore the biggest theory in the world today—Evolution! Is it even possible? Join us as we discover the answer to this question.
 
Taking inspiration from trees, scientists have developed a battery made from a sliver of wood coated with tin that shows promise for becoming a tiny, long-lasting, efficient and environmentally friendly energy source. Their report on the device — 1,000 times thinner than a sheet of paper — appears in the journal Nano Letters.
 
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Monday night game, and also about Kevin Durant. Chuck Todd calls in to make his weekly picks against Reginald the Monkey, Chuck Culpepper phones in to talk some college football and also about the President’s Cup, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Virginia Coalition “Stella” ; “…
 
Tony opens the show by reading some mail, and he also talks about how he did at the tournament at Columbia. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk college and pro football, Richard Justice calls in to talk about Albert Pujols reaching 700 home runs and also about Aaron Judge’s home run quest and if he’ll be with the Yankees next year, and Tony closes out …
 
Dr. Gemma Reguera is an Associate Professor in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, as well as Plant, Soil, and Microbial Science at Michigan State University. She studies bacteria that help us by cleaning up wastes and pollution. She learns about what these organisms do in the environment, figures out which ones can be brought into the lab, and fi…
 
We've been considering the various options for interpreting the creation account in Genesis. Last time we looked at two young earth theories and today we'll survey three old earth perspectives, including the day age theory, modified day-age theory, and a non-literal approach. For each Will Barlow explains the basics and offers a gentle critique. Li…
 
Tony opens the show by talking to Steve Sands of the Golf Channel about the President’s Cup, Jason La Canfora calls in to go around the NFL with Tony, James Carville and Jeff Ma phone in with their weekend picks, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Jess Jocoy “Hope (Such a Long Way) ; “Jericho Walls” To learn more about …
 
Ben Holtzman, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Geothermal heat mining has the potential to become a significant contributor to a clean energy transition. However, significant problems must be overcome to safely and effectively engineer fluid pathways through fracture networks. Multiple approaches to unsupervised machine learning in seismology have …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about an upcoming golf tournament he’ll be playing in, and he also reads some emails. Chuck Todd calls in to pick NFL games against Reginald the Monkey, Tim Kurkjian phones in to talk about Aaron Judge hitting his 60th home run and the significance of historical home run numbers, and Tony closes out the show by openin…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about a wild day in the NFL - especially the comeback wins by the Jets and the Dolphins. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more NFL, and he also talks about a tough loss for Northwestern, Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post phones in to talk about the big games in College Football from over the weekend - includi…
 
Dr. Madhur Anand is a Professor in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph. She is an ecologist who examines the impacts of global ecological changes on ecosystems. This includes studying how things like climate change, pollution, invasive species, and land use changes affect biodiversity, ecosystem services, ecosystem func…
 
Have you heard of the Gospel of Thomas? What about the Gospel of Philip or Judas? Although most Christians are only familiar with the four Gospels contained in the Bible, ancient Christians wrote quite a few other Gospels as well. How do we know which Gospels are to be trusted? My guest today is Dr. Simon Gathercole, professor of New Testament and …
 
Tony opens the show by reading some emails, he also talks about this year's nominees for the Toy Hall of Fame, and about the Chargers / Chiefs game. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about how the Amazon broadcast of Thursday night games works, as well as some thoughts from the Week 1 results, Jeff Ma calls in to give his picks for Week 2, and Tony…
 
Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and he also talks about the Nats - O’s series, and about how the weather is changing. Meet The Press host Chuck Todd phones in to pick NFL games against Reginald the Monkey, Neil Greenberg of the Washington Post phones in to explain certain gambling terms to Tony and also how to be a better gambler, and …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the US Open, and also about the opening weekend in the NFL, plus some college football and a little baseball. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the big events from the weekend, Jeff Passan phones in to talk about the rule changes in baseball and to talk about the pennant races, and Tony closes out …
 
Dr. Joshua Pate is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. He is also a pain researcher, Children's book author, and co-founder of One Thing, a video platform where pain experts share key insights that can help people with pain. Many people don’t realize that chronic pain is relatively common in children. Jo…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about La Cheeserie Night with the Syracuse Mets, the passing of Queen Elizabeth, and also about the US Open. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk about the Bills big in in their opener against the Rams, and also about how Baker Mayfield and Russell Wilson will do with their new teams, Jeff Ma calls in to ta…
 
Today we'll begin to consider interpretive options for the first chapter of Genesis. We'll see three main groupings of theories, including those that propose a young earth of only thousands of years, those that see the earth as old (billions of years), and those that are compatible with either. After introducing the main options, Will Barlow goes o…
 
Ethan F. Williams, Seismological Laboratory, California Institute of Technology In recent decades, the volume of research seismographic data from broadband and nodal arrays has exponentially outpaced the growth of structural and geotechnical data. With this revolution, new frontiers in “large-N” and “large-T” seismology have…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the US Open, and then he chats with Michael about the reopening of Columbia Country Club. Chuck Todd calls in to pick NFL games against Reginald the Monkey, Booger McFarland phones in to talk some more football on the eve of Week 1, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Dan Bern “The Sy…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the suddenly red hot Nats, and he also talks about the US Open and the big win by Frances Tiafoe over Rafael Nadal. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more about the US Open, and he also talks some college football, Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated phones in to talk about some of the big games from week 1 in Co…
 
Dr. Christina (Naomi) Tague is an Associate Professor of ecoHydrology in the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Naomi is an ecohydrologist who studies how water, vegetation, and climate interact. She uses computer models and simulations to integrate different systems and understand la…
 
Who was the original audience for the book of Genesis? Although we might be tempted to think we are, Genesis was written a long time ago in a different language and culture. Thinking through who the audience was, will help us approach the first chapter of Genesis on its own terms. In this episode, Will Barlow labors to put Genesis in its own contex…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about watching the US Open, and also about Joey Meneses and the Nats. Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins calls in to talk about Serena Williams and her impact on this year's US Open, Chuck Culpepper phones in to talk about the upcoming Ohio State / Notre Dame game and the start of the college football season and …
 
Tony opens the show by talking about watching the Nats lose, and texting with Chuck Todd during the game, and he also talks about the US Open with Nigel. Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated calls in to talk about Scott Frost and the state Nebraska football, the week 1 match up between Ohio State and Notre Dame, and Jim Harbaugh’s plan for his QBs, Rich…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about watching the Nats over the weekend and Patrick Corbin’s big win, and he also talks about Rory’s win in the FedEx Cup Championship. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about his trip to Ireland, Northwestern’s win over Nebraska, and also about taking part in Steph Curry’s charity golf event in San Francisco. Liz Clar…
 
Dr. Susan Krumdieck is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Advanced Energy and Material Systems Lab at the University of Canterbury. She is also Research Leader with the Geothermal Energy Conversion Research Group, Founder of the Global Association for Transition Engineering, and Director of the From the Ground Up Research Con…
 
Today we're starting a new class called Scripture & Science. As a college student, studying engineering, I remember a particular day at the school library when I had the thought: "Well, I guess I'm going to have to look into scientific objections to the bible." I had been raised a Christian and believed the bible was God-inspired and infallible. Ho…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the Lisfranc injury to Chet Holmgren and the history behind this name, and he also has Sean answer some questions from the Littles, and he talks to Nigel about a new app. Steve Sands of the Golf Channel calls in to talk about the FedEx Cup Championship and also about where things stand now between the PGA and th…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the passing of a friend, then he talks about a strange encounter he had on his morning walk, and also about his most recent golf outing. Washington Post columnist Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the possibility of Ted Leonsis buying the Washington Nationals, and the general state of Maryland athletics, pred…
 
Sara McBride, USGS Earthquake Science Center The collection of online videos and imagery to use in disaster reconnaissance is increasing in frequency, due to accessibility of platforms and the ubiquitous nature of smartphones and recording devices. This presentation explores the processes, goals, and utility of online footage and imagery of geohaza…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the BMW Championship and the upcoming FedEx Cup. Michael Wilbon calls in from Ireland to talk about his trip over there to see Northwestern play Nebraska and he talks about the changes in the Big Ten. Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about what has been ailing the Yankees, how strong the Dodgers look, and the impac…
 
Dr. Lee Cronin is the Regius Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow. Lee is answering a variety of questions that involve chemistry. He is particularly interested in determining how life started and how we can make new life forms from scratch. Other areas of research include molecular devices and self assembly. He spends his time outsi…
 
Have you heard of oneness theology? Also called "Jesus only," this is the idea that Jesus is all there is. Jesus is the Father; Jesus is the Holy Spirit. Jesus has manifested himself in many ways over the years, but there is only one individual or self who is God. Although not exclusive to the Pentecostal movement, most oneness believers belong to …
 
Tony opens the show by helping out his friend Keith Olbermann with some voice work, and he also talks about his golf outing and about the 11 game suspension for DeSean Watson. Jason LaCanfora calls in to give his thoughts on the Watson suspension and also about the new Broncos ownership, Greg Garcia phones in to talk about his new show “Sprung” whi…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about the price of chicken from Royal Farms and about the prices of gas at various stations in the DC area. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about what sports he’s been watching while PTI is on hiatus and also about the money involved in the LIV tour compared to other leagues, Richard Justice calls in to talk about the…
 
Tony opens the show by talking about Patrick Reed’s $750 million lawsuit, and also about an advertisement he saw that needs to be changed, and he also talks about finding a new brand of ice cream. Steve Sands of the Golf Channel calls in to talk about Cam Smith, Tiger Woods meeting with the top PGA players, and the Patrick Reed lawsuit, Charlie Ste…
 
Matt Herman, CSU Bakersfield Since 2020, three large magnitude earthquakes have occurred in the vicinity of the Shumagin Islands in Alaska: the 22 July 2020 Mw 7.8 megathrust event, the 19 October 2020 Mw 7.6 intra-slab strike-slip event and the 29 July 2021 Mw 8.2 megathrust event. The 2020 events occurred in the transition from high plate interfa…
 
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