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Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our solar system and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Mat Kaplan and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla as they dive deep into the latest space news. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes ...
 
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Explorer and Journalist Sarah Begum speaks with key figures, businesses and leaders in the space, aviation and innovative tech industries. Giving us an insight into space exploration, futuristic spacecrafts, sustainable space missions and more, this podcast explains how and why these projects will help the future of mankind on Earth. (Expect the Laugh-Out-Loud moments!)
 
Space historian Emily Carney has teamed up with space flight nerd Dave Giles for Space and Things, a podcast devoted to the exploration of space. Each week they'll be keeping up to date with what is happening in the space flight world as well as looking back at some of the key moments and figures involved with the evolution of space flight. More info: https://www.spaceandthingspodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
Deep Talks: Exploring Theology and Meaning-Making is a podcast dedicated to exploring the integral relationship between theology and all of our efforts to find and make meaning in the world. Fostering nuanced, non-combative dialogue about theology and culture, science, the arts and entertainment, and philosophy within a broad, historic Christian perspective.
 
In 1969, we reached the moon. With each step on its surface, every year an astronaut orbits our planet and with every dream of the possibilities beyond – a new generation falls in love with space exploration. Fifty years after Apollo 11, today’s NASA astronauts, voices from the Apollo Era and students from the Mars generation are brought together to share their journeys and to remember an unforgettable moment.
 
We are just two brothers with beards who enjoy good conversation, coffee and debating the great mysteries of the world. This includes but is not limited to Politics, Aliens, Reality, Human Control and Manipulation through many outlets. Are you sure your reality is real, are you sure what you believe to be truth is true? Will we be a multi planet species soon? Will A.I. rule the world in the next ten years? Will we be able to live through our consciousness being downloaded for hundreds of yea ...
 
Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule is a remarkable podcast on holistic healing brought to you by Myra Lewin, founder and director of Hale Pule Ayurveda & Yoga. Ayurveda and Yoga are designed to work together to create greater peace and well-being in our lives. Tune in each month as Myra shares her perspective on the timeless wisdom that defines these ancient sciences. A thoughtful, intuitive teacher and a true healer, Myra will guide you to connect to your spirit, to your heart, and to ...
 
Welcome to Offworld, a new show from the Tested network that explores the fun places where space and pop culture intersect! In each episode, host Ariel Waldman is joined by guests from the space and science community to examine a science fiction story and discuss how it holds up under some scientific scrutiny.
 
Bill Nye is on a mission to change the world — one voicemail at a time. Bill and science writer Corey S. Powell take your burning questions and put them to the world's leading experts on just about every topic in the universe. Should you stop eating cheeseburgers to combat climate change? Could alien life be swimming inside the moons of Jupiter and Saturn? Does your pet parakeet learn to sing the way that you learned to speak? Bill, Corey, and their special guests will answer those questions ...
 
Jen Cort is an education consultant in the areas of equity, inclusion, diversity and justice. In this podcast, Jen opens up a "third space"— a place outside our familiar home and work environments — in order that we might begin to engage in some of the provocative questions that need to be addressed. Listen in as Jen speaks with some of the leading thinkers and doers in the field.
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
Works That Shaped The World is back for 2020. This year we mark the 250th anniversary of the year 1770, a year of remarkable change on the cusp of the modern world. Works The Shaped The World explores humankind's great achievements and astonishing creations. Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, the inaugural 2019 series explored the moon through topics ranging from Shakespeare and cinema, to environmental humanities and Pythagoras.
 
On Outliers, Daniel Scrivner explores the tactics, routines, and habits of world-class performers working at the edge — in business, investing, science, and so much more. In each episode, he decodes what they've mastered and what they've learned along the way. Start learning from the world's best today. Learn more and stay up to date at DanielScrivner.com and Outliers.fm.
 
Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers for project managers. Every first and third Tuesday of the month we have a conversation about what matters to you as a professional project manager. Andy Crowe and Bill Yates, both well respected thought leaders in the project management industry, cover subjects such as project management certification and doing the job of project management, as well as get inside the brains of some of the leaders in the industry and also hear your stor ...
 
A quaint warm space where Sheri Davidson, Acupuncturist and Integrative Health and Wellness Coach together with Candice Rogers, Interior Designer and Wellness Designer, share their passion for well-being and explore everyday living in health, wellness and design to help you thrive in your life. This podcast will inspire, educate and expand your knowledge of wellness living. You’ll hear stimulating and fun discussions along with interviews about bringing together the powerful elements of heal ...
 
Centered in the City is a virtual oasis to support you living a more mindful and intentional life in the hustle and bustle of your city. Certified Professional Mindfulness Coach, Wade Brill, will lead you in various practical and tangible meditations, discussions and interviews that create a space for you to pause, reflect and connect. Manage stress, anxiety and overwhelm so you can feel more calm, centered and intentional as you live your life in the city.
 
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The 2020 Mars Rover will reach the Red Planet on February 18th after many months in the relative quiet of space. It will then undergo a true trial by fire as it descends to the surface. Jet Propulsion Lab systems engineer and his colleagues hope it will arrive as successfully as its sister Curiosity did in 2012. He tells host Mat Kaplan what to exp…
 
Between the presidential election, spikes in the coronavirus pandemic, and the beginning of mass vaccination, you might have missed this other world-historical event: China landed on the moon. On this episode, Watson’s Director Ed Steinfeld talks about China’s lunar mission with Watson Faculty Fellow Jim Head. Jim is a Professor of Geological Scien…
 
Khayti Joshi co-founder of the Summer Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice - multiple days in multiple locations visit www.idsj.us, Author of White Christian Privilege: The Illusion of Religious Equality in America (NYU Press, 2020) www.whitechristianprivilege.com, co-editor for Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice (3rd edition,…
 
(Royalty-free image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.) Remember some of your toughest subjects in school? What if you’d had a personal AI tutor, to help you learn them? And what if that tutor had been able to spot your weakest areas, and tell you when you were forgetting concepts? That’s exactly what Magma Learning Founder/CEO Maxime Gabella has now ma…
 
Pop quiz: what’s seven trillion dollars times zero? The current amount of economic stimulus in the American economy. Despite printing four trillion dollars and seven trillion dollars in deficit spending since this time last year, economic growth is still below what it should be, hence talk of the new great depression. In this episode, you’ll learn:…
 
10 billion years ago, galaxies of the Universe were ablaze with the light of newly forming stars. This epic phase of history is known as “Cosmic Noon” - the height of all star creation. Galaxies like our Milky Way aren’t creating stars at nearly the rates they were in the ancient past. However, there is a time when galaxies in the present can explo…
 
In this week's interview, I talk with Devin Carroll, a robotics Ph.D. student at the modular robotics lab at the University of Pennsylvania. Devin is working on robots that can build their own structure out of ice. https://www.modlabupenn.org/people/devin-carroll/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjfDRQWv0x0 🚀 OUR WEBSITE: ══════════════════════════…
 
Highlights Introducing Craig (00:53). Trust-based observation key questions (03:54). More on trust-based lesson observations (05:14). Professional conversations and instructional coaching (08:47). Matt O’Leary on observations (10:08). Martine asks Craig if senior leadership observers experience a conflict of interest (quality assurance versus suppo…
 
“If you imagine the mind as a piece of unshaped clay, and if I’m the first person to get in there on a particular topic and mold the clay, I am so far ahead of anyone who comes after me, because they have to try to unmold it,” says Ken McCarthy. This statement pulls together and illustrates how public perception is manipulated, and why it’s so diff…
 
“The reason we can get away with these outrageous lies we tell is that the average person can’t imagine lying on that scale because it’s just completely out of their experience…they just can’t imagine making up something completely outrageous,” says Ken McCarthy, explaining the big lie theory in the context of history and the present day. Press pla…
 
#525: Shann is speaking with Dr. Jill Stoddard about her new book, Be Mighty: A Woman's Guide to Liberation from Anxiety, Worry, and Stress Using Mindfulness and Acceptance. Dr. Jill Stoddard’s Be Mighty leads you on a bold quest to gain a deeper understanding of your anxiety by exploring your own “origin story”—how your early experiences led to th…
 
Fascinating and frustrating: two words that Dr. Haller uses to describe researching how type 1 diabetes evolves within the human endocrine system. Type 1 diabetes stands at the top of pediatric endocrinology diseases, and Dr. Haller tells listeners about exciting developments in delaying, modifying, and preventing type 1 progression. Listen and lea…
 
It’s a universal truth: one of the first words a baby speaks is “Mine!” Ownership governs everything in our lives. Hundreds of times each day, we encounter rules that determine who gets what, and when they get it. Tune in for a deep dive into this compelling topic that flies under most people’s radar. You’ll discover: How ownership of every single …
 
Did some thinking this week on the Japanese concept of “ikigai.” It is the synthesis of what you’re good at, what you love, what you can be paid for, and what the world needs. (You can check it out for yourself on my Instagram, linked below.) I think it’s important to realize that finding your way to ikigai isn’t as simple as just burning all the s…
 
In this candid conversation with expert parenting coach, Casey O’Roarty, we talk about the deep and lasting benefits of making self-care all about "soul care" and how this is an essential practice along the parenting journey. Soul care creates the space for us to "hear ourselves" so that we can more easily be flexible, pivot and stay connected to o…
 
It's been another very busy week in the world of space flight and we do our best to bring you up to date, but we also pay tribute to Dr. William Thornton, former NASA astronaut who died aged 91 last week. NASA Tribute to William Thornton: https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/nasa-remembers-astronaut-william-thornton/ William Thornton Archives: https:…
 
In this week's live Q&A, I talk about the new Space Launch System hot-fire test, how Breakthrough Starshot spacecraft might be able to communicate with home, and what messages would we send to aliens that we might never be able to reach physically. 00:00 Start 02:11 How would Starship chipsats communicate with Earth? 05:00 How far can we ever explo…
 
In honor of the inauguration of Joseph R. Biden—a day of long-awaited endings and new beginnings—I'm republishing my Season 2 opener, "Shadows of August," which I first released a little more than three years ago. during the the fiery early months of the Trump presidency. On a road trip to southern Illinois to witness the total solar eclipse that s…
 
“I felt I had to stand up and be heard at least by the local council; it was never my intention that the video clip would go viral internationally….I gave my opinion, which seems to have struck a chord for many people internationally,” says Dr. Roger Hodkinson. He’s not an anti-vaxxer, he’s not a so-called conspiracy theorist: he’s a well-recognize…
 
“One of my mottos is ‘no brain left behind’, and I love the most complex cases,” says Kristen Willeumier. Surprisingly, some of those complex cases can be solved through natural, simple means. Tune in to learn: Whether depression and other psychiatric conditions actually produces changes in the brain that can be detected via electrical and function…
 
Social media influence by governments and political parties is a growing threat to democracies according to the 2020 media manipulation survey from the Oxford Internet Institute. In the last year social media manipulation campaigns have been recorded in 81 countries, up from 70 countries in 2019 and most of the countries involved have deployed disi…
 
The doctors put mosquitoes on trial, as listener Cathy in the UK asks, ‘What is the point of mosquitoes?’ in response to our show about wasps. Mosquitoes have undeniably played a role in killing millions of people. Malaria is the single biggest cause of death in human history. But Erica McAlister, senior curator of flies and fleas at the UK’s Natur…
 
“It’s fresh eyes, it’s a change of pace. It’s a new team” Dr. Vineet Arora is a Hospitalist, a Professor of Medicine and a frequent guest on Explore The Space Podcast. She is back on Explore The Space to discuss something she has rare & tremendous expertise in: handoffs. As we approach the inauguration of President-Elect Biden and Vice President-El…
 
The podcast for project managers by project managers. Projects are more successful when we play to the strengths of the team. Hear about a new technology platform for building high-performing and successful teams. Create a winning team culture by identifying the unique preference, proficiency, and personality that an individual brings to the table.…
 
This episode marks the beginning of this year's series dedicated to caring for your mental health with Ayurveda and Yoga. Join Myra as she discusses: Why most illness and disease begins in the mind How the mahagunas impact the functioning of the mind How the intellect, memory, and willpower all work together What the Bhagavad Gita tell us about shr…
 
Digital stethoscopes, otoscopes, home hemodialysis programs, video conferencing, electronic consults…you name it: digital healthcare technologies are being delivered to patients who would otherwise face significant challenges accessing the care they need for managing chronic conditions. Press play to discover: How biometric data can be transmitted …
 
Meagan Crawford, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of SpaceFund and host of the Mission Eve podcast, joins the show to talk about the financing side of space. We talk about recent rounds of fundraising, acquisitions, holding companies, and she helps me sort through my thoughts on the whole Special Purpose Acquisition Company trend. This episode of Ma…
 
This week’s episode is a really good one, so you’re gonna want to get your note taking supplies ready. Chances are you already know my guest, but if you don’t, prepare to fall in love. Molly Galbraith is the founder of Girls Gone Strong, which she describes as “the world's largest platform providing women and health and fitness pros with evidence-b…
 
Physician, citizen scientist astronaut, aquanaut and medical expert Shawna Pandya teaches me all about space medicine - yes, there is such a thing! Watch this episode to learn about the cool projects she has worked on in zero gravity all the way to the bottom of the ocean floor and the fun scientific discoveries along the way. We even discuss surge…
 
Once upon a time, scientists believed that bees chose plants with the sweetest nectar. But new research shows that there's actually more to the story. Join Mindy and Guy Raz for an epic tale of one Gramma BEE-Force, and a bunch of barf - for SCIENCE! It's the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and WOW of bumblebee vomit. Originally aired 3/16/20…
 
“When trainees are treated like they’re important, they’ll believe it” Tricia Pendergrast is a second-year medical student at Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University & co-founder of #GetMePPE Chicago. She joins us to discuss the experience of being a medical student during the Covid19 pandemic and the varied, extraordinary challenges…
 
Dr. John Vervaeke is a renowned cognitive scientist at the University of Toronto. He's published groundbreaking research on the cognitive science of "meaning." His popular "Awakening from the Meaning Crisis" lecture series is a massive 50 part video & podcast series with well over 1 million total views on YouTube. In this series, Vervaeke weaves to…
 
How many stars in the sky? Gaia astronomer Timo Prusti is more qualified than most to posit an answer. He helps manage the project undertaken by the ESA mission space lab called Gaia—to measure the position of almost 2 million stars—and talks about the far-reaching implications and space exploration benefits. Listen and learn How the mechanics of t…
 
Dr. Daniel Geschwind Bio: Dr. Geschwind is the Gordon and Virginia MacDonald Distinguished Professor of Human Genetics, Neurology and Psychiatry at UCLA. In his capacity as Senior Associate Dean and Associate Vice Chancellor of Precision Health, he leads the Institute for Precision Health (IPH) at UCLA, where he oversees campus precision health ini…
 
Why are whale sharks called whale sharks? Why are guinea pigs called pigs if they're not pigs? Why are eagles called bald eagles if they're not bald? You also ask us lots of questions about why and how animals got their names. So today we're going to introduce you to the concept of taxonomy, or how animals are categorized, and we'll also talk about…
 
This is not your normal episode of the Space Policy Edition, but these are not normal times. The centuries-old U.S. tradition of the peaceful transfer of power ended on 6 January 2021, as a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol building during the certification of the electoral college vote, leaving 5 dead. Hours later, more than one hundred membe…
 
Do you think that intense, beneficial states of flow are only for extreme athletes? Not true, says Steven Kotler. In fact, we all have the tools for this process that leads to human performance optimization. He discusses his new book about human performance impact factors, offering key steps in this conversation. Listen and learn How an experience …
 
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