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Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
Each week top pet experts guide you through the confusing and contradictory world of pet health. Certified pet nutritionist along with gut specialist and top cancer vets, deliver important information about the real causes of digestive issues, itchy skin, and allergies. Learn easy steps to protect your pets now. Food is medicine and the foundation of health in both people and in pets. "Friends Don't Let Friends Feed Kibble" Get your pets on the road to health and longevity today!
 
The 'on this day in history' podcast, with a new episode every single day. Featuring historical events that range from the Roman Empire to the World Wide Web, HistoryPod proves that there is always something to be remembered 'on this day'. Written and presented by Scott Allsop, creator of the award-winning www.mrallsophistory.com
 
Exploring various topics of history and government with a feeble attempt at humor. Don't worry I lack the storytelling ability of a Dan Carlin, the commitment to a fast pace and consistent release schedule of a Mike Duncan. Nor do I have the calm and reassuring voice of a Robin Pierson. What I do have is some spare time and boredom and want to talk about random things in history.
 
These dog podcasts are all about dogs! We’ll talk about dogs large, small and in between; purebred dogs, designer dogs and mixed breeds. When we discuss breeds and mixes, we’ll take a look at what constitutes a breed or a mix; and the traits of some specific breeds. We’ll also take a look at how you can choose the right breed and dog for your family. We will also talk about the joys (and hassles) of living with a dog because when we share our lives with dogs, we are bringing another species ...
 
Explore the world's biggest ideas and the people making them happen. Are you ready for self-driving cars, jetpacks, 3D printed food, or a trip to Mars? Moonshot talks to the people who are at the forefront of all this rapid change to find out what the future of humanity might actually look like. Hosted by Kristofor Lawson and Andrew Moon.
 
Welcome to the world's #1 essential oils podcast –– where each week, we demystify the world of aromatherapy and make essential oils your no-brainer approach to just about everything. Explore how to use essential oils for better health, toxin-free living, DIY projects, skincare, weight loss, emotional and spiritual health, and more.
 
Mo Rocca has always loved obituaries. In season 1 of Mobituaries he introduces listeners to the people who have long intrigued him—from the 20th century’s greatest entertainer … to the Civil Rights pioneer who is completely forgotten … to sitcom characters gone all too soon. Even if you know the names, you’ve never understood why they matter…until now. And if you enjoy these episodes, look for more stories of great lives worth reliving when Mobituaries returns for season 2 in fall 2019.
 
Do you love animals? Celia Kutcher does and she wants to spread that love around. Animal Instinct is all about animal welfare and education, brought to you in a fun and educational setting. Every Monday, Celia interviews a different animal expert from subjects ranging from cruelty-free fashion to helping endangered wildlife species. Her show covers it all. Animal Instinct is about helping animals through a better understanding of them and how they interact with us.
 
Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species (publ. 1859) is a pivotal work in scientific literature and arguably the pivotal work in evolutionary biology. The book’s full title is On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. It introduced the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through a process of natural selection. It was controversial because it contradicted religious beliefs which underlay the ...
 
The Coronavirus pandemic is dramatically disrupting not only our own daily lives but also society itself. This show features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the deeper economic, political, and technological consequences of the pandemic. It's the daily podcast trying to make longterm sense of the chaos of today's global crisis.
 
Food has emerged as a critical policy area – and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Jenna Liut for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
 
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“… we are trying to make something watchable that is just unwatchable. I don't want to be here and I don't want to see this. And every part of me wants to turn away, but you have to engage with it, and you have to come out the other end with something that hopefully can encourage other people to stick with long enough to have it land.” - Kelly Guer…
 
We’ve realized in 2020 that the way we’ve organized culture — from the economy to race to work — could be done radically differently. We’ve been modeling our life together on “survival of the fittest” long after science itself moved on from that. And we’re learning to see that in every sphere of life we inhabit ecosystems. Agustín Fuentes brings sp…
 
Episode 27. In this episode, we hear from Vallary. Vallary shares her experiences of mainstream vegan activism - both how she came into the movement and how she broke away from it. Vallary challenged the dominant narrative within the movement, sometimes directly with the organisations she saw as problematic. She calls instead for an anti-colonial a…
 
Nick and Justin nippletentacle each other to death. Post show song: The Wizard's Keys’ new song LITTLE MISTER (Nunziata, Murphy). By the way, you can donate to this show in the link if you have more money than sense. You can also leave a voice mail at 762-499-4802 and follow on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/movie_microscope/ and on Twitter…
 
On today's episode, Andrew talks with Kermit Pattison, author of Fossil Men, on answering the ultimate question: Where did we humans come from? Kermit Pattison is a journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, GQ, Fast Company, and Inc., among many other publications. He spent more a decade doing research for Fossil Men, a large portio…
 
Wildbook blends structured wildlife research with artificial intelligence, citizen science, and computer vision to speed population analysis and develop new insights to help fight extinction. Go behind the scenes as an international ecosystem of data scientists, biologists, computer vision researchers and citizen scientists, level-up their resource…
 
On today's episode, Andrew talks with Edmund Fawcett, author of the new book Conservatism, about the fight for a tradition of order and stability and for who is the true conservative, which continues today. Edmund Fawcett worked at The Economist for more than three decades, serving as its chief correspondent in Washington, Paris, Berlin, and Brusse…
 
On today's episode, Andrew Keen talks with Peter Osnos, founder of PublicAffairs, about the recent news that Bertelsmann, the parent of Penguin Random House, will purchase Simon & Schuster and why this does not mean the Amazonization of the publishing industry. Between 1966-1984 Peter Osnos was a reporter and foreign correspondent for The Washingto…
 
We’ve realized in 2020 that the way we’ve organized culture — from the economy to race to work — could be done radically differently. We’ve been modeling our life together on “survival of the fittest” long after science itself moved on from that. And we’re learning to see that in every sphere of life we inhabit ecosystems. Agustín Fuentes brings sp…
 
Dr. Vikram Sharma, Founder and CEO of Quintessence labs based in Australia, participate in Risk Roundup to discuss the “Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity.” Risk Roundup: The Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity The Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity Over the years, encryption has become a constant in our daily life. While it has become an i…
 
This is our actual play of Monsterhearts 2nd Edition (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/212511/Monsterhearts-2?affiliate_id=19386) featuring some of our friends from The Esoteric Order of Roleplayers (https://www.patreon.com/esotericrp). Join our monstrous teens in Elizabethtown, a place currently known for the presence of Markorps Innovations -…
 
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"Always leave the gym better than you found it."” – Johnny Williams In this episode, former Duke athlete Johnny Williams teaches us why he wishes he found essential oils much sooner. As a trainer, he empowers his clients with the knowledge, skills, support, guidance, and resources to assist and inspire them on their journey. Learn why he doesn’t be…
 
On todays episode, Andrew Keen talks with Brian Christian about his new book, The Alignment Problem, and the question at the intersection of computer science, ethics, and the law that determines whether a statistical tool can be fair. Brian Christian is the author of The Most Human Human, which was named a Wall Street Journal bestseller, a New York…
 
On today's episode, Andrew Keen talks with Steve Coll about what Donald Trump gets from contesting Joe Biden's presidential victory and the damage to foreign policy Trump's administration has caused. Steve Coll, a staff writer, is the dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University and reports on issues of politics, intelligence, a…
 
We get deep into our own complicated family tree (Jeff is Matt’s dad and Louisa’s son) on Familypedia. Random pages include Thomas Gerbrands (c1681-), Prudence Sedgwick (1724-1802)/tree, and Lawrence T. Nichols (1905-1983) Matt: mastodon.cloud/@mattherron Louisa: mastodon.xyz/@Louisa Jeff: mastodon.social/@jeffjk Please rate, review, and subscribe …
 
On today's episode, Andrew talks with Tom Zoellner about his new book, The National Road: Dispatches from a Changing America, and reporting from the America today, full of divide and anger -- but, also, hope. TOM ZOELLNER is the author and co-author of eight previous nonfiction books, the politics editor of The Los Angeles Review of Books, an assoc…
 
I know it will feel like we’ve done this before, but no. Fanon Wiki is all new. Random pages include Selena White and the Seven Toons, Conan The World, and The Ultimate VeggieTales Song Countdown (transcript). Matt: mastodon.cloud/@mattherron Louisa: mastodon.xyz/@Louisa Jeff: mastodon.social/@jeffjk Please rate, review, and subscribe to our podcas…
 
How is an alligator different than a crocodile? What is a caiman? What is a gharial? All of these questions, and more, will be answered in this episode! We will learn about the origins of these ancient crocodilians, and how their effective hunting techniques and anatomy have allowed them to survive for millions of years! These crocodilians have spr…
 
On today's episode, Andrew talks with professor Charles A. Kupchan about his new book, Isolationism: A History of America's Efforts to Shield Itself from the World, and what lies ahead for the Biden administration. Charles A. Kupchan is Professor of International Affairs in the School of Foreign Service and Government Department at Georgetown Unive…
 
Dr. Richard Wrangham’s book, The Goodness Paradox, argues that we humans inadvertently domesticated ourselves using the death penalty. In this conversation, we discuss the evidence supporting this hypothesis, the radical implications that follow from it, and a whole host of other topics, including morality, religion, patriarchy, psychopathy, and dr…
 
Why are Mindy and Guy so excited to stare at their fingers and toes?! And isn't it what's on the inside that counts?! We've got questions AND answers on today's SKINcredible round of Two Whats?! & A Wow! We're challenging you to find facts from fiction about the human body! And don't forget to preorder Wow in the World's new book, The How & Wow of …
 
On today's episode, Andrew talks with historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat about her new book, Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present, and the history of "strongmen" like Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Ruth Ben-Ghiat is an internationally acclaimed historian, speaker, and political commentator for the Atlantic, CNN, the Washington Post, and other publications. …
 
The Cuban American civil engineer turned writer, Richard Blanco, straddles the many ways a sense of place merges with human emotion to make home and belonging — personal and communal. The most recent — and very resonant — question he’s asked by way of poetry is: how to love a country? At Chautauqua, Krista invited him to speak and read from his boo…
 
The Cuban American civil engineer turned writer, Richard Blanco, straddles the many ways a sense of place merges with human emotion to make home and belonging — personal and communal. The most recent — and very resonant — question he’s asked by way of poetry is: how to love a country? At Chautauqua, Krista invited him to speak and read from his boo…
 
Earlier this month, the government rolled out a pilot in Liverpool for ‘Operation Moonshot’, their proposal to spend £100 billion pounds to regularly test the entire UK population for SARS CoV 2. Anand Jagatia speaks to screening expert Dr Angela Raffle and medical test evaluator Professor Jon Deeks from the University of Birmingham. They share the…
 
“In a natural setting, these animals would be swimming maybe a hundred miles a day, diving deep. They have their social lives, their social networks, roles to play in very tightly-knit family groups. They raise their children. They have cultures, different ways of doing things in different populations. They can explore and play and come together. N…
 
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