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The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
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Naked Age is a nudist history podcast series exploring uncommon stories of unique people going to extraordinary lengths to live a nude life. It's an interview series profiling activists, artists, individualists and misfits. http://nakedage.co www.planetnude.co
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Inspiration and ideas for applying the science of wellbeing to your everyday life. Host and Miranda Anderson casually and conversationally shares examples and lessons from her own life as well as some of the latest research from the world of positive psychology. In addition, she lets you in on humorous and engaging stories about living with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and five chickens in Richmond, Virginia.
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Autism is my super blessing! I'm a high-school valedictorian, college graduate, world traveler, disability advocate. I'm a Unitarian Universalist. I'm a Progressive Liberal. I'm about equal rights, human rights, civil & political rights, & economic, social, &cultural rights. I do servant leadership, boundless optimism, & Oneness/Wholeness. I'm good naked & unashamed! I love positive personhood, love your neighbor as yourself, and do no harm! I'm also appropriately inappropriate! My self-rati ...
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Get your weekly burst of scientific illumination from The Debrief’s network of rebellious journalists as they warp through the latest breaking science and tech news from the world of tomorrow. Every Friday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future technology to space travel to strange physics that alters our perception of the universe, The Debrief Weekly Report is mean ...
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Join Sky and Lop, the animated hosts with an opinion on everything you've never thought about. This podcast brings a fresh and comedic approach to the lesser-known facets of life. In this podcast, they explore the unusual, the overlooked, and the things people hesitate to discuss openly. Let their banter entertain and enlighten you as they add a touch of sense to the not-so-common aspects of our daily existence. It is filmed live weekly every Monday at 7pm EST on Twitch.tv/NotSo_CommonSense ...
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The Naked Eye Podcast: Exploring Natural Alternatives to Glasses, Contacts, and Surgeries

Nathan Oxenfeld: Certified Teacher of the Bates Method, Yoga, Meditation, a

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The Naked Eye Podcast is a show designed to help people learn how to see clearly with the naked eye. No glasses, no contacts, no laser eye surgeries… just natural vision improvement. Together we’ll explore the holistic side of eyecare and how natural alternatives like the Bates Method, Yoga, Meditation, Breathwork and more can give you healthier eyes, which leads to better eyesight and insight. Nathan Oxenfeld will be teaching you natural vision tips and vision enhancement practices, coverin ...
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Naked Colors

Yannick Taylor

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A Podcast for the Education, Enlightenment and Guidance in a Clothesfree Lifestyle To Hit Our Fan Bag or If You have something that you want to be addressed email us at NakedColorsPod@gmail.com Support this podcast: cash.me/$nakedcolorspod
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Bananas - Funny news from around the world with Scotty Landes and Kurt Braunohler

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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Each week on Bananas, Kurt Braunohler and Scotty Landes discuss the strange, fascinating and just plain bananas news from around the world. The headlines and weird news are lighthearted, unexpected and always fun. Like the time the delivery robot ran through a crime scene or the lady who took in a stray cat only to find out it was a mountain lion. Or the time Kurt and Scotty drove a butt across the country. Check your local listings because this feel-good comedy podcast often goes on the roa ...
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The Energy Industry is uniquely evolving as traders are under increasing pressure to manage costs, cash, limits, and risks. The Insider’s Guide to Energy Podcast addresses current and emerging challenges business executives face daily through stories shared from peers and industry experts while covering topics such as innovation, disruptive technologies, and emerging trends.
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If you’re a fitness professional, entrepreneur, or just a fitness enthusiast who has a deep appreciation for the science of not only getting results for your body; but how to market, communicate, sell, influence, and lead, then the Fitness Business Podcast, hosted by Erin Dimond and Jordan Dugger is for you. Erin and Jordan are owners of Transform 4Ever Systems, a 7-Figure Online Fitness Coaching Company, that is known for solving the problems that other coaches fail. Along with that, they o ...
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The Colors of Our Culture

Cedric Weatherspoon,MA,LMFT and Dr.Aja King

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The Colors of Our Culture Podcast is a two-host talk show that promises nothing but raw, rugged conversation about the most important topics affecting BIPOC individuals’ self-image, self-experience, self-expression, and interconnectedness. The more uncomfortable the topic, the more taboo the subject matter, the more naked the truth, the better! What started as watercooler conversations in the office after hours has quickly become the podcast America never knew it needed but deeply craved. Ho ...
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Existentialist philosophers such as Albert Camus and Hannah Arendt once said the modern world has rendered us naked: we are stripped of traditional beliefs, grasping for truths constantly out of reach, and devastatingly aware of our finitude. Is this true? Where do we go from here? Who are we? Who COULD we be? For Season I of this podcast (all currently posted episodes) I ask historians, psychologists, sociologists, and biologists: what does it mean to be human in the modern world?
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Dr. Kiki brings you Science News Weekly. No time to spend an hour learning science? How about 5 minutes? Keep up with the most interesting science to make headlines each week and impress your friends with all your science knowledge. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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Dr. Kiki brings you Science News Weekly. No time to spend an hour learning science? How about 5 minutes? Keep up with the most interesting science to make headlines each week and impress your friends with all your science knowledge. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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In this episode, we look at the history of empirical studies into the effects of growing up in naturist environments with Mark Storey, a nudist historian and philosophy professor. Then we meet Dennis Craig Smith, the writer of Growing Up Without Shame, the 1986 book that was the result of a survey of adults who had grown up in nudist-friendly house…
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“The main reason for studying the black presence in the Bible is because if we can't accept that our Bible is a multicultural book, how can we accept multicultural churches? It is difficult to see the black presence in the Bible because you won’t read the terms black or African but you will read the terms Ethiopians, Cushites, Egyptians, Hebrews, o…
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“I am not a member of any houses of worship because it’s excruciating to find houses of worship that fights for autism equality when it comes to taxation, social insurance, public health, public schools, public services, labor law, regulation of markets, to ensure distribution of wealth, social mobility, the creation of safety nets, economic justic…
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Why did the eclipse move west to east across the Earth? Why are we so interested in nuclear fusion? Could we ever breathe underwater? What is the opposite force to gravity? Would alcohol sterilise a drowning fly? What the difference between cancer and cancerous growths? Are lactose introlerant mothers allergic to their own milk? Like this podcast? …
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Happy National Poetry Month! I have shared my love of poetry over the past couple years on the show with my segment, Pause for a Poem. Today I go a bit deeper and share some specific ways that I engage with poetry for wellbeing, reflection, and connection. I also share some favorite poems and collections, linked below: Instructions for Traveling We…
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Today's guest and IFCA student is a perfect example of how character traits in one arena can translate so well into another and with the proper skillsets and infinite mentality, success is inevitable. Ramona Pascual is a MMA and former UFC fighter, TED Speaker, and now a 6+ figure online coach but it wasn't that long ago she had fear and uncertaint…
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“The sense that each of them is gently teasing the other, and each enjoying the matching of wits. For all of the interesting people Jesus meets in John, I think this individual is the most interesting and that’s part of why this story is there in the Gospel. There’s a word game. A kind of “He said – She said”. The Samaritan woman starts by using th…
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“Diversity refers to the presence of variety within the organizational workforce, such as in identity and identity politics. It includes gender, culture, ethnicity, religion, disability, class, age or opinion.[2][15] Equity refers to concepts of fairness and justice, such as fair compensation and substantive equality.[15] More specifically, equity …
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This week, fresh off the back of the World Meteorological Organizations scathing report of the state of global climate 2023, we're taking a look at how the increasing trend of torrid weather extremes are affecting our relationship with food production. How do we reconcile our demand for food if the expansion of farmland will only exacerbate climate…
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“Roman crucifixions sought to degrade and dehumanise their victims in ways that destroyed their dignity and stigmatised their memory. Paul speaks of the cross as a ‘scandal’ or ‘stumbling block’, but the significance of this language has never been explored in terms of sexual violence. The Crucifixion of Jesus examines crucifixion as a form of tort…
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In Episode 524, I talked about dealing with anxiety in your business and the respond I got in my DM's told me two things: it really resonated with you and that I needed to record a Part 2. In today's episode, I want to provide a mindset shift for you about what HARD really means in business. Your ability to redefine hard and show up every single da…
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“When it comes to eroticism, sensually, and sexuality, I will never ever again be •rash•careless•thoughtless•incautious•heedless•unheeding•inattentive•hasty•overhasty•precipitate•precipitous•impetuous•impulsive•daredevil•devil-may-care•hotheaded•irresponsible•wild•foolhardy•headlong•underadventurous•overadventurous•over-venturesome•under-venturesom…
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Embark on an enlightening journey through the dynamic world of energy entrepreneurship in this latest episode of Insiders Guide to Energy! In it we dive deep into the personal and professional paths of three seasoned entrepreneurs who have successfully carved their niches within the complex energy sector. Hosted by Chris Sass, this episode offers a…
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Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team present the latest science news, analysis and breakthroughs, In this week's episode we discuss why our belly fat could be key to helping people with spinal injuries, a breakthrough in understanding why the BRCA genes lead to breast cancer in some people and we look at the new breed of synthetic opioids ma…
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“So, here are 10 more signs he was not a neurotypical:Non-conformistDislike of authority and hierarchyLow regard of traditionDisregard of social rulesHigh in honesty and humilityHighly egalitarianHighly out-group socialStands up for the bullied and underdogsVery accepting of diversity in general (liberal)Non-materialistic and idealistic. In the sty…
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“Jesus is a refugee and an immigrant so he empathizes with DACA. Plus folks tried to push him off of a cliff, tried to stone him, so life is not sugar and rainbows for him. Jesus feels that it is shameful that lack of love is often easy to justify, even though it is never right in his sight. He feels that our neighbor is anyone of any race, creed, …
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Steve has written in to us to ask whether the order in which one eats their food makes a difference to whether or not they experience glucose spikes. We thought this was an interesting question for Cambridge Professor Giles Yeo to sink his teeth into... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
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“In the Bible we find many stories of abuse and sexual abuse of women, but did you know there are also stories of sexual abuse and sexual harassment of men?There is the well known story of Sodom and Gomorrah where the Angels, who were perceived to be men, were sexually harassed by the men of the city who wished to violently gang-rape them. Lott too…
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In the Naked Scientists News this week, stem cell treatment using cells from the bellies of those with spinal cord injuries restores movement and sensation in phase 1 clinical trials. Also, Cambridge scientists build an 'atlas' of breast cells to better understand how cancer develops, and new analysis into dinosaur fossils reveals when they began t…
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Do animals ever get lost? Do ants count their steps? Could we recreate the greenhouse effect on Mars? Why can you hear some aircraft, but not others? Could we mine the Moon? Is it ever too late to stop somking? Do people with autism have a different brain structure? Dr Chris Smith and Clarence Ford have all the answers... Like this podcast? Please …
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Over 98% of those listening to Practically Happy are female, and this show is for you! Learning about how my menstrual/hormonal/energy cycles mirror the seasons of the year changed my life. Here is a conversation with feminine health expert April Davis of @hausofvagina to share more! Find full show notes at livefreecreative.co/podcast Travel to Tur…
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Curious on how to add a low ticket offer to your coaching business? In this episode, I want to break it down for you so you know what you're getting into. It can work but for a vast majority of you, there's a better way that will ultimately serve your client's better in the long term. Time Stamps: (0:50) Quick Story First (1:17) Breaking Down the L…
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“Emotional Instability:AgitatedAnxiousDramaticEmotionalExcitableFreneticFrightenedHystericalInsecureJitteryLabileMelancholicMoodyNervousOveremotionalOverwhelmedParanoidRestlessTenseThin-skinnedTremulousWorrierArrogance and Superiority:ArrogantBoastfulConceitedHaughtyKnow-it-allNarcissisticPatronizingPretentiousSmugVainDishonesty and Deception:Conni…
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“I don’t fuss and fight with people who oppose tattoos, profanity, and believe in the Levitical Laws and the Deuteronomy Codes. I experience tranquility, calmness, restfulness, and peace with people of faith.” -Antonio Myers. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support…
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