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The Dr. Phil Klein Dental Podcast Show

Dr. Phil Klein | Dentist | Founder and Chair, Vivalearning.com

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Stay informed on the latest dental topics, innovations, procedures and insights with Viva Learning's podcast, The Dr. Phil Klein Dental Podcast Show. Listen and learn from expert dental clinicians and key opinion leaders. The Dr. Phil Klein Dental Podcast Show covers a broad range of dental topics and specialties. Listen to episodes that apply to your practice or branch out and discover new interests.
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Reading The Game

Steve Klein & Phil Stone

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The podcast on which baseball fans discuss the baseball books they love. Each episode hosts Phil (@MrPhilipStone) and Steve (@BushLeagueSteve) are joined by guests to discuss a baseball book in depth.
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Camaraderie. Courage. Commitment. Join host and former firefighter/paramedic Phil Klein as he delves into the heroic and heartbreaking stories told directly by the men and women who work the front lines every day. Whether you’re a first responder or simply interested in the lives of first responders, Stories From the Road presents a captivating, weekly perspective into the unique world of public service as only those who have experienced it can share.
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Learn to connect better with others in every area of your life. Immerse yourself in spirited conversations with people who know how hard it is, and yet how good it feels, to really connect with other people – whether it’s one person, an audience or a whole country. You'll know many of the people in these conversations – they are luminaries in our culture. Some you may not know. But what links them all is their powerful ability to relate and communicate. It's something we need now more than ever.
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Hosted from a South London tower block by Neil Keating aka Controlled Weirdness. Tales from a Disappearing City is a chance for Neil to tell some untold subcultural stories from past and present, joined by friends from his lifelong journey through subterranean London. Neil is a veteran producer and DJ and has been at the front line of all aspects of club and sound system culture since the early 80’s. His musical CV includes playing everywhere from plush clubs to dirty warehouses as well as m ...
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Immediate placement and loading of dental implants with full-arch fixed implant-supported prostheses has proven to be a successful treatment modality. In fact, it's becoming a standard treatment approach that provides an incredible service to patients by streamlining the transition from a terminal dentition to a fixed prosthesis. One of the big ben…
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In Episode 16, I speak with my old friend and fellow rave war veteran, Phil Klein, also known as Bass Junkie. Phil is a highly respected UK music producer, having crafted tunes since the late 1980s, and is known for his deep love of Electro and Miami Bass. In this first of our two part discussion, we delve into his early music recollections, highli…
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Part 1: Christian talks to Dr Phil Armstrong about his recent paper: “History and origin of money in MMT and Austrian Economics: The difference methodology makes?” Full conversation available here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/95846517?pr=true Please help sustain this podcast! Patrons get early access to all episodes and patron-only episodes: http…
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Situated right in downtown Mumbai, India is an area of about 55 acres of dense, overgrown forest. In one of the most populous cities in the world, this is a place where peacocks roam freely -- a space out of time. This forest is protected by a religious community. It has survived in a relatively undeveloped state in the middle of this gargantuan ci…
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The trial has begun! Judge Juan Merchan seated 12 jurors and 6 alternates in three days of voir dire. We discuss the pace of jury selection and complicating factors (that strong opinions about this defendant are common and often expressed on social media), plus: Ken discusses his philosophy of choosing a jury as a defense lawyer, why it’s more of a…
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Ray Suarez is here to talk history, policy, and personal journeys as he discusses his book, “WE ARE HOME: Becoming American in the 21st Century: An Oral History.” Plus, Binghamton NY's "Smoke Outside the Binghamton Police Station” does not go particularly well for all those who actually smoked outside the Binghamton Police Station. Produced by Joel…
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The 3 Musketeers return! Filippo Valsorda, Roland Shoemaker & Nicola Murino continue their deep-dive conversation with Natalie about Go’s crypto libraries. Also listen to Part 1 and Part 2! Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 9 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors: FireHydrant – The alerting and …
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Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, sits down with guests of the College to talk about topics of enduring relevance. In this episode of The Larry Arnn Show, Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn interviews psychologist and philosopher Iain McGilchrist. The two discuss McGilchrist’s work on the divided brain and how it relates to man’…
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Tocqueville noted that Americans forever brood over advantages they do not possess, but now our grievance culture has run amok. From the aggrieved-in-chief, Trump, who just can't catch a break, to the social justice warriors who apply the same lens to every situation, we're losing the line between what is righteous and what is bratty. Frank Bruni j…
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Sam Harris revisits the central argument he made in his book, The Moral Landscape, about the reality of moral truth. He discusses the way concepts like “good” and “evil” can be thought about objectively, the primacy of our intuitions of truth and falsity, and the unity of knowledge. If the Making Sense podcast logo in your player is BLACK, you can …
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John Harvey sits down with Senior Scholar Randy Wray to discuss Social Security, what people misunderstand about the implications of aging societies, and his unorthodox path to becoming an economist. The Levy Institute Graduate Programs in Economic Theory and Policy 31st Annual Levy Economics Institute Conference May 2, 2024 Recommended readings: “…
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Geopolitics looms large over the global economy. A recent client survey by Goldman Sachs found geopolitics is the top investment risk of this year, overtaking inflation and the upcoming U.S. presidential election. The market impacts by the wars in Europe and the Middle East, and the rising tension between China and Taiwan, are hard to predict. And …
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Spring is upon us, which means a bounty of fresh, green seasonal vegetables, from asparagus to artichokes to ramps. To help inspire us to make our own spring feasts, Lilah invites Ayesha Nurdjaja into the studio. Ayesha is the executive chef and partner at Shuka and Shukette, two beloved New York restaurants. Shukette has been called “a Middle East…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss the ADL calling for the National Guard to crackdown on Columbia protesters, media smears Gaza protests as antisemitic, David Pecker first witness in Trump trial, RFK Jr's family endorses Biden, Biden tells bizarre story of his uncle being cannibalized, Israel military intel chief resigns, mass graves uncovered in Gaza, no…
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Pre-show: Marco’s Sinus Situation & the one month a yellow car makes sense The ATP Store is BACK baby! 👕 Runs until Sunday, 28 April. Don’t wait! 🚨 THIS IS YOUR FINAL WARNING 🚨 Remember members get 15% off! Follow-up: Filesystems (🛎), case sensitivity, and APFS volumes Handedness & “jumped” vs. “jumps” Pangrams Clarifications on the xz sabotage (vi…
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Gm! Bell Curve's season 7 will be back soon. This week our friends Mert and Dan from the Lighspeed discuss the state of the network, MarginFi drama, Uniswap vs the SEC, airdrops, Monad's $225 million raise & more. Enjoy! -- Follow Mert: https://twitter.com/0xMert_ Follow Dan: https://twitter.com/smyyguy Follow Lightspeed: https://twitter.com/Lights…
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The prosecution and the defense both opened their cases on Monday in the first criminal trial of Donald Trump. Jonah Bromwich, who watched from inside the courtroom, walks us through the arguments. Guest: Jonah E. Bromwich, a reporter for The New York Times covering criminal justice in New York. Background reading: An unprecedented trial opened wit…
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In our recent series on artificial intelligence, I kept returning to a thought: This technology might be able to churn out content faster than we can, but we still need a human mind to sift through the dross and figure out what’s good. In other words, A.I. is going to turn more of us into editors. But editing is a peculiar skill. It’s hard to test …
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On this episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek welcome back Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, assistant professor in the College of Social Studies at Wesleyan University, to talk about his edited volume Did It Happen Here? Perspectives on Fascism and America. The group explores the utility of the so-called “fascism debate”, its popular resonance sin…
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Listen, we're not going to do the whole merch thing again, but it's time to hang up the robe and hit the beach. Or: another episode where we call for Sonia Sotomayor to retire. If you're not a 5-4 Premium member, you're not hearing every episode! To get exclusive Premium-only episodes, access to our Slack community, and more, join at fivefourpod.co…
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If you buy something—a refrigerator, a car, a tractor, a wheelchair, or a phone—but you can't have the information or parts to fix or modify it, is it really yours? The right to repair movement is based on the belief that you should have the right to use and fix your stuff as you see fit, a philosophy that resonates especially in economically tryin…
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It’s been a wild last year or so in tech. We’ve seen a marked rise in the development of artificial intelligence, large language models and prolific growth of augmented reality systems. At the same time, it can feel like we’re moving backwards as concerns continue to rise about user privacy and the methods by which personal data is collected and mo…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102847558Beatrice speaks with Micah Khater about the intersection of race, disability, and incarceration in the southern US in the early 20th century, and her work documenting the history of how Black women experienced and theorized disabilit…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and special guest Eric Boehm lament a horrible weekend for freedom, as Congress passed a collection of bad bills concerning military spending for Ukraine and Israel, a TikTok ban, and a reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveilla…
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College campuses are spoiled by protests, the White House calls out antisemitism, but the NYPD says the soon-to-be-expelled students were perfectly nice. Not nice are calls for 10,000 more October 7ths. But there's a difference between "not nice" and "not acceptable." On the show today, Mike plumbs the difference and explains when anti-zionism real…
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This is the second in a series of shows from presentations delivered at the Hoogland Center for Teacher Excellence seminar, “The Art of Teaching: Mathematics.” The Hoogland Center is an outreach of the Hillsdale College K-12 Education Office and offers seminars in classical academics and pedagogy for teachers of any background. Carrie O’Brien, clas…
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Forrest Brazeal is concerned about the open source threat from within, Vicki Boykis explains why Redis is forked, John O’Nolan and the Ghost team plan to federate over ActivityPub, Llama 3 is now available for “businesses of all sizes” & nolen writes up questions to ask when you don’t want to work. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 2 minu…
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Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist, author, and host of Mindscape podcast. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – HiddenLayer: https://hiddenlayer.com/lex – Cloaked: https://cloaked.com/lex and use code LexPod to get 25% off – Notion: https://notion.com/lex – Shopify: https://shopify.com/lex to get $1 per month trial – Net…
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Mike Palmer takes us on a whirlwind tour through the recent ASU+GSV Summit and AIR Show in San Diego. We hear the buzzing energy of the events as Mike shares his hot takes and insider scoops fresh off the ground. The AI Revolution Show provided an intriguing glimpse into the new AI-powered products aiming to "supercharge" teachers' capabilities. Mi…
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The climate is changing. So are we. On What On Earth, you’ll explore a world of solutions with host Laura Lynch and our team of journalists. In 1970, 20 million people showed up to fight for the environment on the first Earth Day. More than five decades later, is it time for this much tamer global event to return to its radical roots? OG organizer …
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Tom Mauser lost his son, Daniel, in the Columbine High School massacre in 1999. He joins Tim Miller to discuss his long fight against gun violence, small victories over the NRA, and the continuing inspiration of his son. Plus, Bill Kristol on marginalizing Trump over Ukraine, how Biden could use some FDR, and the Columbia protests. show notes: http…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss Mike Johnson invoking the Bible in his decision to fund Ukraine and Israel wars, Lindsey Graham thanks Trump personally for the Ukraine deal, the US vetos Palestinian statehood while green lighting a Rafah invasion in Gaza, a man self immolates outside the Trump trial, UAW victory at Volkswagen, Tucker Carlson calls out n…
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A closer look at Netflix after news that the streamer will stop reporting subscription numbers in 2025, a question about Meta’s AI ambitions, and the case for Google making a play to compete with the iPhone. At the end: Drake’s use of AI Tupac in a rap battle. To email the show: email@sharptech.fm @SharpTechPodcast Channel — YouTube @Stratechery Ch…
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Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock this episode and our entire premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast Journalist Zaid Jilani joins Bad Faith to elaborate on his recent controversial criticisms of Matt Taibbi. Are leftists simply angry that they can't control where Taibbi's interests have taken his reporting? …
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✨ DEBRIEF | Ryan & David unpacking the episode: https://www.bankless.com/debrief-the-anthony-pompliano-interview ------ Bankless Nation, we’ve finally got him… Anthony Pompliano is on the show. Pomp is an investor and media personality, best known to the crypto community for his relentless bitcoin evangelism. Expect to learn about the Bitcoin Halvi…
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Would an AI simulation of your dead loved one be a blessing or an abomination? And if you knew that after your own death, your loved ones would create a simulation of you, how would that knowledge change the way you choose to live today? These are some of the questions psychologist Paul Bloom discusses with EconTalk's Russ Roberts as we stand on th…
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The outbreak of bird flu currently tearing through the nation’s poultry is the worst in U.S. history. Scientists say it is now spreading beyond farms into places and species it has never been before. Emily Anthes, a science reporter for The Times, explains. Guest: Emily Anthes, a science reporter for The New York Times. Background reading: Scientis…
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The internet has fractured our world into a million little subcultures catering to the specific identities and habits of everyone online. Writer Derek Thompson believes this has led to a widespread cult-like mentality that has crept into all facets of modern life — pop culture, media, politics, and religion itself. He joins Sean to explain this the…
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Today, I’m talking to Jason Citron, the co-founder and CEO of Discord, the gaming-focused voice and chat app. You might think Discord is just something Slack for gamers, but over time, it has become much more important than that. For a growing mix of mostly young, very online users steeped in gaming culture, fandom, and other niche communities, Dis…
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Over the last year or so, probably every venture capitalist has become interested in artificial intelligence. So people are still figuring out what types of business models actually work, and who will end up making money in the space. Josh Wolfe has been at it for a long time. As a co-founder and managing partner at Lux Capital, he's been involved …
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Saleha Mohsin is a senior Washington correspondent for Bloomberg News, where she covers policy, politics, and power in Washington, DC. Saleha is also the author of a new book titled, *Paper Soldiers: How the Weaponization of the Dollar Changed the World Order,* and she joins David on Macro Musings to talk about it. Specifically, David and Saleha al…
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Microsoft. After nearly a decade of Acquired episodes, we are finally ready to tackle the most valuable company ever created. The company that put a computer on every desk and in every home. The company that invented the software business model. The company that so thoroughly and completely dominated every conceivable competitor that the United Sta…
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Can you successfully operate a business as a democracy? Does the Treasury have a diversity problem? How can you cooperate with a government that keeps you in the dark? Join Steph and Robert as they interview the head of John Lewis, Dame Sharon White, in this episode of The Rest is Money. Email: restismoney@gmail.com X: @TheRestIsMoney Instagram: @T…
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