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On The DarkHorse Podcast, we will explore questions that matter, with tools that work. Many episodes will be long form discussions. Some guests will be well known, others obscure, but all of them chosen because they have demonstrated unusual insight. Other episodes of the Dark Horse Podcast will be solo-missions in which Bret dives into issues alone, using an evolutionary lens to reveal patterns in nature--including human-nature. The state and future of civilization will be recurring theme, ...
 
Rinzan Osho is a priest and teacher at No-Rank Zendo, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist Community in Portland, Oregon. His Dharma talks explore various aspects of Rinzai Zen Buddhist practice, spirituality and religion. He emphases practice as a means to develop and cultivate a tender open-heartedness that allows a deep engagement with a troubled world. http://www.norankzendo.org
 
The Third Wave Podcast explores the many minds of the emerging psychedelic renaissance. Through conversations with thought leaders across various disciplines, we explore how psychedelics, when used with intention and responsibility, catalyze transformation on both an individual and collective level. Are you a newbie fresh off an incredible first psychedelic experience? An experienced psychonaut with decades of use? Or just an interested bystander, curious about the relevance of psychedelics ...
 
All elk, all the time, and only elk. Hunting elk is the aspirational pinnacle for most American hunters. Corey Jacobsen, 10-time World Elk Calling Champion, and Randy Newberg, long-time public land hunting advocate, have combined to lower the hurdles for aspiring elk hunters and provide insight from their combined decades of elk hunting mistakes that will give useful information to elk hunters of all experience levels. Brought to you by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and partners Sitka Gear, ...
 
The ways we consume and create media and content are changing faster than ever. The Demystifying Media Series at the UO School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) explores the impact of these changes across the communications landscape, enabling us to navigate a way forward. Hosted by University of Oregon journalism professor Damian Radcliffe, each podcast brings together experts—media practitioners, academics, and researchers—working on the cutting edge of these global changes to the UO ...
 
Sourcing accurate scientific information can be difficult in this age of polarized content. The goal of the podcast is to give you the opportunity to hear directly from the experts, through long-form conservation about natural history and conservation. This podcast is produced by the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society in partnership with the Oregon Wildlife Foundation. Hosted by John Goodell. John is a wildlife biologist, curator, and conservation educator. He is the President of the Ore ...
 
Midnight Lightning with Laura Veirs is a podcast about the lives of working musicians who are also parents. Laura and her guests explore the challenges and rewards of juggling a family life with a career in music. The show features musicians from diverse backgrounds, genres and parenting experiences. Laura hopes her podcast will build community among musician parents and give hope to musicians who are considering becoming parents. The first season features interviews with 14 mothers. Episode ...
 
Stories from the EarthFix team at OPB, KUOW, KCTS 9, Northwest Public Radio and Idaho Public Television. EarthFix is an innovative partnership of the largest public media institutions in the Pacific Northwest established to expand environmental news coverage in the region. With journalists based in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, EarthFix creates media across multiple platforms, helping citizens examine environmental issues unfolding in their own backyards and to explore how local actions inte ...
 
The Cogills introduce themselves as a film-critic and a wine expert. He has reviewed more than ten thousand films and she travels the world chasing the grape and together they explore the wines and films that shaped their early careers. From "The Blob" and "Lawrence Of Arabia" to a spectacular Oregon Pinot Noir you can expect a smooth, reliable conversation resulting in, "A Perfect Pairing."
 
I’m a pastor at Door of Hope church in Portland, an adjunct professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Western Seminary, and a creative writer for The Bible Project. I’ve been utterly fascinated with Jesus and his Jewish heritage ever since I became a Christian at 20 years old through an urban outreach ministry to skateboarders in Portland, called Skate Church. I discovered the wonderful world of biblical studies and languages at Multnomah University and Western Seminary and had the privilege ...
 
FermUp is a weekly conversation about the art, science and history of food fermentation brought to you by two fermentation enthusiasts. We cover the what, why and DIY how-to. Learn ways to ferment common food items such as sauerkraut, kimchee, and kombucha, kefir and yogurt. We also explore cultures of fermentation from around the world. If it is fermentable and edible, we will discuss it.
 
The fur hunters were explorers who had blazed a trail across a continent and penetrated to the uttermost reaches of a northern empire the size of Europe. But it was fur these explorers were seeking when they pushed their canoes up the Saskatchewan, crossed the Rocky Mountains, went down the Columbia. Fur, not glory, was the quest when the dog bells went ringing over the wintry wastes from Saskatchewan to Athabaska, across the Barren Lands, and north to the Arctic. Beaver, not empire, was the ...
 
Brought to you by two experienced divers: one, an instructor, and the other, an experienced underwater photographer, The Dive Line is dedicated to the world of scuba diving. We discuss a vast range of topics including, but certainly not limited to, training, environmental issues, dive destinations and equipment, and all in both a light-hearted and informative manner, making it easily accessible for everybody – doesn’t matter whether you’re just about to start your scuba adventures or you’re ...
 
This is Volume 18 in the Chronicles of Canada series. The fur hunters were explorers who had blazed a trail across a continent and penetrated to the uttermost reaches of a northern empire the size of Europe. But it was fur these explorers were seeking when they pushed their canoes up the Saskatchewan, crossed the Rocky Mountains, went down the Columbia. Fur, not glory, was the quest when the dog bells went ringing over the wintry wastes from Saskatchewan to Athabaska, across the Barren Lands ...
 
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Climate change could be a key issue for many younger voters this election. We discuss Joe Biden's climate plan with Aracely Jimenez-Hudis, deputy communications director for the Sunrise Movement. And, Howard University law professor Lenese Herbert joins us to discuss the grand jury decision in the police-involved killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisv…
 
We tend to trust our ears because we're so attuned to the voices of our family members and famous people. But experts say artificial intelligence allows computers to learn voices and reproduce them. We discuss with sound expert Dallas Taylor. Also, The New York Times reported Sunday that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 201…
 
In this podcast, Paul F. Austin, founder of Third Wave, speaks with husband-and-wife team Tom and Sheri Eckert—seasoned psychotherapists, founders of the Oregon Psilocybin Society, and architects of the Psilocybin Service Initiative of Oregon (Yes on 109), a statewide ballot initiative campaign to legalize psilocybin-assisted therapy. Here you’ll f…
 
In this 47th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world though an evolutionary lens. Find more from us on Bret’s website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather’s website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an…
 
Kentucky received $6 million from Congress through the Cares Act for election improvements. We speak with Jared Dearing, executive director of the Kentucky State Board of Elections. And, John Arquilla wrote a book that looks at the strategy and tactics used by the Allies and the Axis powers in World War II. He joins us to discuss how the Allies won…
 
We talk to Graham Brookie of the Atlantic Council about Turning Point USA, a pro-Trump youth group that has been paying young conservatives to make false posts online claiming that mail-in ballots will lead to election fraud. Brookie says this kind of domestic misinformation is more dangerous than foreign because of its scale and scope. Also, a gro…
 
After no officers in Louisville, Kentucky, were charged in the death of Breonna Taylor, many people are feeling pain, anger and uncertainty about where to go from here in the fight for justice for Black Americans. Author and historian Ibram X. Kendi joins us to discuss what's next for the movement. And, author Gillian Flynn talks about her new Amaz…
 
Across the country, Americans are remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman who dedicated her life to the fight for equality before the law. We talk with professor Jonathan Entin, who once a clerk for the Supreme Court justice. Also, Education Week reporter Andrew Ujifusa discusses Trump's call for patriotic education designed by the 1776 Commission…
 
Sarah Waite takes listeners on her adventures from being a beginner backpacker to tackling an 11 day traverse on Isle Royale. We also talk about local hikes in the Midwest, camping in Death Valley, and her recent attempt of The Wonderland Trail. Sarah is a Women Who Explore Ambassador, upcoming The Trek Ambassador and an advocate for Leave No Trace…
 
A new report released by Republican senators calls Hunter Biden's role in the Ukrainian energy company Burisma "problematic" and "awkward," but says it's not clear what effect it has on U.S. policy toward Ukraine. Karoun Demirjian, national security reporter for The Washington Post, joins us to discuss. And, Dr. Neelu Tummala talks about the public…
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, popularly known as the Mormon church, has a troubled history with racial discrimination. We speak to two Mormons, Black and white, about how they're talking about race in their church after protests against racism sparked a worldwide movement. And, beavers are inadvertently contributing to climate ch…
 
Researchers say it's clear that the destructive fires in Oregon, California and Washington are being fueled by climate change. But what does that really look like? We speak with climate scientist Park Williams, who wrote a paper last year that looks closely at the connections between climate change and fire activity. Also, Chinese classical pianist…
 
Ep19 Andy Torbet Live from his Camper Van at Wookey Hole - Adventurer Explorer, Diver and Stuntman In this episode Andy Torbet invited us down to Wookey Hole and we sat in his Motorhome and had a good old chat We found out about andys early days in the North of Scotland and how he grew up living an outdoor lifestyle before moving up to Sheffield Un…
 
In this Teisho, given on August, 5 2020, Rinzan Pechovnik Osho examines the Rinzai Roku, "Records of Pilgrimages Chapter 3" in which Tokusan is having "One of those days ..." We all have so called "good" days and "bad" days, but our spiritual practice asks us to see through our own conceptions so that there is no good or bad in having good days and…
 
A group of doctors created a new teaching framework to teach medical residents how to address climate change with their patients. We speak to the lead author of this new resource. And, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. We look at her legacy with Irin Carmon, co-author of "Notorious RBG: The Life And Times Of Ru…
 
Coronavirus and climate change — two crises that have revealed so much about our country. Climate journalist Emily Atkin looks at the parallels and tells us why the pandemic has given her more reason to hope we can tackle climate change. Also, masks can cause significant problems for those with deafness or hearing deficits. A number of companies ar…
 
In this episode, we go through Chapter 4of “Beyond Behaviors”, understanding that a child’s safety must be the adult’s priority if we are to effectively address challenging behaviors. In addition to thinking about how our child responds when under stress, we must also look at how our own bodies and brains respond when triggered, leading us to build…
 
In this 46th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world though an evolutionary lens. Find more from us on Bret’s website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather’s website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an…
 
The new Netflix documentary "The Social Dilemma" lays out a case against the primacy of big tech companies and argues social media is undermining our shared sense of reality. Director Jeff Orlowski joins us to discuss the film. And, we check in with meteorologist Megan Borowski with the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network on the next storms that…
 
Sarah Fangman, superintendent of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, explains the latest technique being used to save coral off of the Florida Keys. Also, Democrats have been struggling for years to retain support among a once-loyal voter base: Catholics. That trend is evident in the key swing state of Pennsylvania. Lucy Perkins of WESA rep…
 
In the new film "Blackbird," Susan Sarandon stars as a woman with Lou Gehrig's disease who gathers her family for a last holiday celebration. Sarandon and director Roger Michell join us to discuss the film. And Cal Fire deputy director Daniel Berlant joins us to talk about whether there are enough resources to fight the fires right now.…
 
The new Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, is being dedicated Thursday in Washington, D.C. We talk with Gehry about designing the memorial. Also, the wildfires on the West Coast have forced thousands of people to flee their homes. The Collins family in Oregon has been through this before. They share wha…
 
Andrea Ketchmark, Executive Director of the North Country Trail Association, gives listeners an overview of the North Country Trail - including some must hike sections across the 8-state 5000 mile trail. The North Country Trail Association is located in my home state of Michigan in Lowell - and you can follow the blazes right to their office. Andre…
 
In this Episode (58) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Randy is in the Idaho backcountry with Kurt Howard, GM of Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls, while Corey is off chasing Oregon elk. Topics covered include an autopsy of what can go wrong and what must go right on a high pressure public land archery elk hunt, moon phases, weather impacts, what causes peaks in…
 
In this 45th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world though an evolutionary lens. Find more from us on Bret’s website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather’s website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an…
 
Robeson County in North Carolina is one of the most diverse counties in the country and home to the Lumbee Tribe. Lumbee Chairman Harvey Godwin explains the role of the Lumbee as a pivotal "swing tribe" in this year's election. And, professor Martha Desmond joins us to discuss what might be killing off tens of thousands of birds in New Mexico.…
 
K-pop groups are facing a call to action and activism. Crystal Anderson, author of the new book "Soul in Seoul: African American Popular Music and K-Pop," explains. Also, more than 6 million people in the U.S. are unable to vote because of a felony conviction. WPLN's Samantha Max looks at how difficult and expensive regaining the right to vote can …
 
In this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael sits down with attorney Dorothy Clay Sims and Dr. Oregon Hunter to discuss their research on defense-paid medical witnesses. They’ll discuss how the pair became involved in this research, Dorothy’s book “Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors,” Dr. Hunter’s published study on the subject, and take an in-d…
 
After months of being closed due to the pandemic, museums around the U.S. are slowly reopening. The world they are opening their doors to, however, has changed markedly. We talk to two museum professionals about the future of museums in light of both the pandemic and renewed calls for racial equality. Also, we hear from people in Washington, Oregon…
 
When a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, it's a complex process to distribute it and make it accessible to everyone who needs it. Dr. William Moss of Johns Hopkins University joins us to discuss. And, classical composer Brandon Keith Brown talks about racism in the classical music world and how to diversify the genre.…
 
Road Trip to Bristol to for a Podcast with TV Presenter and Wildlife Expert Miranda Krestovnikoff Short video of our trip down to bristol last week to meet up with Miranda Krestovnikoff in her back garden A fantastic podcast which will be out in a few weeks, subscribe to be among the first to get this content I think we spent longer chatting about …
 
In this podcast, Paul F. Austin, founder of Third Wave and Dr. Joe Tafur, M.D., integrative family physician, curandero, speaker, and author of The Fellowship of the River: A Medical Doctor’s Exploration into Traditional Amazonian Plant Medicine, chat about the ways in which science and spirituality are intersecting to help heal humanity—a breakthr…
 
In this 43rd in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world though an evolutionary lens. Find more from us on Bret’s website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather’s website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an…
 
Students forced into quarantine due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the University of Missouri say that school administrators have neglected them. University President Mun Choi talks about the tension between students and school officials. And, Sarah Paulson joins us to discuss her new HBO movie, "Coastal Elites," and the Netflix series, "Ratched."…
 
Guinness World Record Holder Graham Owen, Deepest Blind Diver at 140m, £8 Torch implodes at 111m! This episode is one that Jim wanted to do for him because he was so fascinated by Graham , we hope you enjoy this as much as he did, it is an incredible chat with a man that pushes himself to his limits and further than most of us with sight would dare…
 
Brian Clark was working on the 84th floor of 2 World Trade Center on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. He was one of the few people who were able to escape from one of the floors above where the plane hit the building. And, on Aug. 27, police apologized to Joseph Griffin after detaining him while he jogged in his mostly white neighborhood. Griffin has…
 
After surviving COVID-19, 44-year-old Diana Berrent realized there were others like her who could offer a lot to each other — and to science. She joins us to discuss the group she founded, Survivor Corps. And, President Trump has made public safety a cornerstone of his re-election campaign, saying that crime is rampant in cities around the country.…
 
We speak with "H is for Hawk" author Helen Macdonald about her new essay collection, "Vesper Flights." Also, active large fires continue to grow in California, Washington and Oregon. Jes Burns of Oregon Public Broadcasting has been covering fires for years and says she evacuated her home in Medford for the first time this week due to the Almeda Fir…
 
Kris shares her story of section hiking Wisconsin's Ice Age National Scenic Trail. She's a two time completer of the trail and is currently working on her third completion. In this episode she talks about logistics, gear and the transition from day hiking to backpacking. Kris shares advice for those interested in hiking the Ice Age trail, including…
 
It's been the biggest wildfire season in California's modern history. Bonnie Holmes-Gen, member of the California Air Resources Board, joins us to discuss the state's dangerous air quality. Also, AstraZeneca says it is pausing its COVID-19 vaccine study after the company revealed that a trial participant had a serious adverse reaction in the U.K. A…
 
There's been a growing concern over the use of the anesthetic ketamine as a law enforcement tool to subdue suspects in the field. The American Society of Anesthesiologists has issued a statement opposing the use of ketamine and other sedatives to "chemically incapacitate" suspects. And, former FBI agent Peter Strzok joins us to talk about his new b…
 
Jane Fonda joins us to talk about her new book which tells the story of the launch of her initiative, Fire Drill Fridays, to draw attention to climate change. Also, Facebook recently announced new election rules, including a ban on new political ads within one week of election day. Critics say those tweaks are not nearly enough. Peter Kafka of Reco…
 
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