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Beyond the Physics is a podcast run by Joseph Guzman and Irene Roman, PhD physics students, who hope to learn more about the universe, and the people that make up the culture behind the science. Come along as we hope to tackle some of the most difficult, and thought provoking questions of our time, and shatter the notions of what it takes to be a physicist.
 
Big Science FM began as an experiment borne of a belief that the laws that govern the Universe are simple. Fantastical, astonishing, often unbelievable, but ultimately comprehensible to anyone who wants to understand. For an hour each week, Dr Ed Gerstner and guests explore the ideas that make the Universe tick.
 
Dr. Ben Tippett and his team of physicists believe that anyone can understand physics. Black Holes! Lightning! Coronal Mass Ejections! Quantum Mechanics! Fortnightly, they explain a topic from advanced physics, using explanations, experiments and fun metaphors to a non-physicist guest. Visit the website to see a list of topics sorted by physics field.
 
The Our Nature Podcast explores the methods, systems and practices that bring us into greater harmony and alignment with the natural world. This is not a wellness podcast, but a podcast about how to live and be well. Join Alyssa Benjamin, a back-to-nature guide, as she speaks with experts from a variety of fields about how we can align our lives with the rhythms and cycles of nature. The opportunity to live a more joyful and harmonious existence is available to each of us right in this very ...
 
Learning by William is a podcast that explores the wonders in astronomy, physics, history, and the arts. New episodes post every Saturday at 11 AM EST, 10 AM CST. Subscriptions to listen to exclusive episodes are 49 cents per month. With your subscription, you gain access to all forthcoming "subscriber-only" episodes and prior exclusive episodes. Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/william-gottemoller/subscribe
 
This podcast is about everything energy. And how we can use energy in ways that enrich our lives and enhance our human experiences. Using concepts from nature, our own intuition, and quantum science to create our new reality. Are you curious about how to unlock the mysteries of what energy really is and how to use it in your everyday life? How would your life change if you were able to access untapped energy within yourself and all around you? If you’re ready to take your life, your business ...
 
This is a podcast about learning and teaching physics, from someone who's been in the trenches for almost two decades. We'll also discuss how to relate the classroom to big ideas in contemporary research: like what circuits have to do with quantum mechanics, how special relativity impacts us - literally every day - and how the Doppler effect can teach us about the earliest moments - and the farthest reaches - of our universe. Whether you’re a student or an instructor, you’ll find a wealth of ...
 
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Sonic Gravity

Seeing the Universe Through the Eyes of a Madman

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I invite you inside my mind to view the universe through the eyes of a madman. I am a bipolar autistic psychopath with ADHD and PTSD—a retired military officer, an engineer, a lawyer, a husband, and a father; I am an objectivist observing the universe. I didn't create this podcast to advance an agenda, sell an ideology, or challenge your beliefs, I like you just the way you are. And, if you surrender your consciousness to my Sonic Gravity and spend one episode in my orbit—what you see will c ...
 
Your connection to the art and science of feeling really good… body, mind, and spirit. Turn on to the wisdom of your body as we connect your wellness dots by exploring whole person healing, from neuroscience and nutrition to sexual health and sleep. Join the wellness revolution and start speaking your body’s language.
 
I’m an electrical engineer who enjoys listening to and sharing stories of ordinarily extraordinary women that work in STEM fields. The women featured on these episodes work in different STEM fields, are at different phases in their careers, and bring their unique perspectives and stories. I am endlessly fascinated by what these women do, how they have navigated their careers, balanced families, and why they made the career choices they did. Most STEM fields are dominated by men which makes f ...
 
This is a Podcast where Toast(Certified ADHD boi) calls one of his friends and talks about Crazy stories that happened in their lives! This is a “Purely Fluff Podcast”, where he brings my friends, CEOs, podcasters, even defense officers having amazing convos, that go from crazy personal stories to paranormal experiences to mental health affecting their field of work. In collaboration with Mann Talks, a Mental health Initiative offering free mental health solutions. Stay tuned to hear some cr ...
 
The Portgual Street Philosophy Podcast is the official podcast of the LSE SU Philosophy Society. Each episode, we take a deep dive into a particular philosophy topic, in conversation with leading experts on the subject. By having focused explorations of these topics, we hope to provide accessible introductions and a pathway into the philosophical literature for interested students of all backgrounds.
 
The mind-body problem, which Buddha, Socrates and many modern scientists have sought to solve, encompasses riddles such as consciousness, free will, morality and the meaning of life. In this podcast, science journalist John Horgan, talks to leading mind-body theorists about their views and often, about their personal lives. The show is an outgrowth of a book of the same title, available for free at mindbodyproblems.com.
 
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Legend has it that on Midsummer’s Eve the 6000 year-old Hoarstones come to life. At midnight they walk to the local watering hole for a drink. We left the comfort of our studio and joined James Shakeshaft from the Loremen Podcast, to observe this amazing phenomena. We guarantee this is most fun you will ever have listening to three men looking at N…
 
Orbit in Sonic Gravity and see the universe through the eyes of a madman. Enter my mind and you will realize you learned quantum mechanics on the playground in Kindergarten and that a television game show from the 1970s was the key to unlocking perhaps the greatest mystery in theoretical physics, the solution to which has eluded the greatest minds …
 
Concluding our series on geographic landforms, here I discuss glaciers, including their global distribution, formation, movement, and various glacial formations such as moraines, drumlins, and fjords. I also examine the role of ice in shaping periglacial landscapes, including the effects of permafrost and other frost action processes. I conclude wi…
 
Danica Bunnett is the Chief Operating Officer of Bluon, a mobile app and technology platform that supports the HVAC technician community. Danica shares her passion for supporting a community that hasn’t traditionally received a lot of support and for making their lives easier and better. She has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Product Design (Mec…
 
Tobe Johnson and Brett Eichenberger, co-producers and creators of a new documentary "A Flash of Beauty: Bigfoot Revealed" share interviews from researchers and eyewitnesses with extraordinary stories and evidence. The film - the first of a two-part series - makes a strong case for the existence of Bigfoot and asks the viewer to examine the evidence…
 
On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States of America handed down the Dobbs v. Jackson opinion that revealed, in the context of the language of the opinion, the campaign promises of the former President, and the statements they made under oath before their Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings, that these Court Jesters misl…
 
Jim talks with James Owen Weatherall about his work on viewing general relativity as an effective field theory and where it should give way to another theory. General relativity does a very good job of describing the world we see in astronomical observations, but certain results, e.g. singularities, and certain limits, e.g. the Planck scale, hint t…
 
On my episode today I will be exploring a fun topic—science fiction, with a friend an colleague who is also an up and coming science fiction author. We will discuss themes of communicating science and our shared love of science fiction. Eric Choi is a writer, editor, and aerospace engineer in Toronto. He has twice won the Prix Aurora Award – Canada…
 
Dr. Prineha Narang is an Assistant Professor at the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. She leads an interdisciplinary group at Harvard SEAS at the intersection of computational science, phenomena away from equilibrium, and quantum dynamics in matter. She has won numerous awards, fellowships, and grants…
 
In our last orbit in Sonic Gravity, one of the puzzle pieces didn't quite fit. If we were seeing disorganization at the inception of the MPx public messaging, how can we point to simultaneous and comprehensive media saturation at the same time? We can't. We missed another puzzle piece in the causality--another source of media saturation. Perhaps ca…
 
In this episode I am continuing my investigation into the so-called hard problem of consciousness. I’ve spoken to several people who believe that consciousness arose in single celled organisms and is somehow integrated at higher levels through electrical synchronization or intercellular molecular transport into a unified experience. Hindus and Budd…
 
Dr. Moira Gilchrist is the Vice President of Strategic and Scientific Communications at Philip Morris International (PMI). She has a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences and in 2006, came to PMI to help launch the company’s smoke-free products, which were developed as better alternatives to cigarettes for adult smokers who would otherwise continue to smo…
 
During a rough week personally, tonight's guest was a gift wrapped as a "two for one". Michelle Freed is a radio program producer, publicist for paranormal talent, controlled remote viewing coach, licensed hypnotherapist and more. Originally Michelle contacted me to help book guests for the show. When I learned about her background, I begged to get…
 
Astonishing stories that suggest a new way to think about poltergeists on this week's show. Are they, perhaps, 'caught' like a virus? If so, what does that mean for the nature of the entity. Prepare for some facts that will have you checking your bathroom and locking up your Pooh Bear toy....Why? Listen to find out. https://bit.ly/PoltergeistInfest…
 
In this episode I continue my exploration into the nature of consciousness and awareness. I’ve learned a lot in my exploration to date. I’ve learned about Hindu and Buddhist ideas on awareness, and I’ve delved into the underlying quantum mechanical nature of reality. I’ve discussed ideas of quantum computing and biological links to the mysteries of…
 
Dr. Claire Christensen is a Senior Education Researcher at SRI International. She is a principal investigator with expertise in educational media research. While she studies many areas of media and its impact on youth, the focus of our conversation was mostly around STEM media. Claire is extremely knowledgeable and passionate of educational media r…
 
We often assume that we observe paranormal events through the lens of our 21st -century eyes, but historic eyewitness accounts don't sound that different. We discuss these stories, and wonder if we too often disregard the evidence before our eyes using very modern alibis that, may not, actually exist https://bit.ly/TQMHistoricalPhotos…
 
A discussion of the effect of wind on landscapes, focusing on deserts and coastlines. I outline the processes of eolian erosion, transportation, and deposition occurring in deserts, with particular focus on the formation and types of sand dunes. I also discuss other desert landforms, such as the desert pavement, mesas, and alluvial fans. I conclude…
 
In this episode I continue my exploration of consciousness, exploring a field of enquiry that has focused almost exclusively on consciousness and awareness for hundreds of years. Although it is not science, Buddhism has a uniquely close relation with physics and physicists being oft quoted. 'The Tao of Physics' comes to mind, as well as ‘The Dancin…
 
Me talking about a hyper-optimistic future, where the every-creators could make money, simply by doing what they would've done anyway, through Web Monetization. (feat. Coil) 00:00:00 --- 1: Opening 00:03:45 --- 2: Times change and so do definitions 00:08:19 --- 3: The oh-so-self-important word, Literature 00:19:19 --- 4: Money and education 00:26:2…
 
This episode we explore demons from an angle you've never heard before. Demonologist Nathaniel Gillis shares his research of the Devil, Demons and unclean spirits with a twist. Nathaniel believes there could be a connection in the implants found in people who have been abducted by aliens or the Soul Hunters themselves - Molters! ABOUT NATHANIEL GIL…
 
Quantum Mechanics is a strange theory. Richard Feynman said “I think it is safe to say nobody understands quantum mechanics”. So why is it so popular if nobody understands it? How is this the basis for all of our physical knowledge of particles and their interactions? A recent innovative experiment fires neutrons through a double slit and proves th…
 
A reminder that we don't need protection from Big Tech, of all things. (Is this a fact? My opinion? Taste? Experience? Interpretation? I don't know.) 00:00:00 --- 1: Opening 00:03:47 --- 2: Tastes and opinions 00:07:30 --- 3: Tacos and diarrhea 00:14:21 --- 4: Nobody’s tastes and opinions matter 00:18:55 --- 5: Instagram said we can’t talk about th…
 
Sometimes dark shadows are something more, and sometimes they wear a hat. Join us in conversation with Mike Ricksecker, leading researcher in the field of shadow people. His insights are surprising, and sometimes shocking. https://bit.ly/TQMShadowPhotos https://www.mikericksecker.com/By thequantummechanics
 
Enter my mind and see the universe through the eyes of a madman--see that everywhere we look, we see the phenomenon in the terms and modes we predict with the Quantum Echo Theory, and the May 21, 2022 interview of Dr. Gary Nolan, a biological researcher from Stanford University. Dr. Nolan describes features of his metallurgical study of UFO relics …
 
Jim talks with Michal Eckstein of the Copernicus Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies about how two different kinds of ordering, chronological and causal, give rise to a robust idea of time. Additionally, we discuss the Experiment Paradox, a generalization of other measurement-type paradoxes in physics. Show Notes: http://frontiers.physicsfm.com…
 
In this episode I am lucky to be able to talk to an expert in the lifeblood of modern civilization, our electrical grid. The grid is the pulse that sustains civilization. It provides us with the energy to run our labour-saving appliances, it provides us with lights, it empowers our computers, it heats our homes, it refrigerates our food. Without it…
 
What others see as your truth doesn't matter. Only you know your truth. And that's where compartmentalization comes in. 00:00:00 --- 1: Opening 00:05:38 --- 2: Police officers and serial killers 00:10:46 --- 3: “Normal” 00:21:46 --- 4: Characters vs. Real humans 00:29:45 --- 5: Digital interactions 00:36:36 --- 6: Internal and External 00:40:01 ---…
 
Orbit in Sonic Gravity and see the universe through the eyes of a madman. You will see the connection between our discussion in Part 1: The Physics of Leadership, where we discussed how we know the phenomenon is real and how the players act predictably in their own self interest. In Part 2, we discuss who the players are and, how we know they are w…
 
In this episode I am looking forward to exploring more about alternate interpretations of Quantum Mechanics. In previous episodes exploring consciousness, I’ve encountered several people who believe that Quantum Mechanics is at the root of consciousness. My current thinking is that it replaces one mystery with another one without really providing a…
 
On the unreliability of words like "reputation" and "virtue." --- The seed idea for this episode came from the book "The Mirror and the Palette" by Jennifer Higgie. Ithaka Dreaming is not a review podcast and this is not a review episode. But I love the book. Its details are here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Mirror-and-the-Palette/Je…
 
Researchers have mapped hundreds of semantic categories to the tiny bits of the cortex that represent them in our thoughts and perceptions. What they discovered might change our view of memory. The post New Map of Meaning in the Brain Changes Ideas About Memory first appeared on Quanta MagazineBy Quanta Magazine
 
Katherine Hamilton co-hosted "The Energy Gang" podcast for over eight years. She is the co-founder and Chair of 38 North Solutions, a public policy firm focused on clean energy and innovation. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Clean Electrification. She was the President of the GridWise Alliance…
 
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