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  • The Self Structure that Invites Virtue

    in Psychology

    Join us for continued exploration and challenge of humanism with ideas about new self structure.

  • Sasquatch Watch Radio Welcomes Back Dan Baker

    in Science

    Join us Tuesday night September 1, 2015 at 9pm eastern as we welcome back Dan Baker to the show!  Back in 1967, Dan watched the eventing news with his parents of a short video of two Cowboys in California that showed a very large creature walking down a creek bed and disappear into the forest.  As a 12 year old boy, he was totally amazed and very curious of what he saw.  Dan grew up playing in the woods with his best friend. They spent countless hours out there.  One day they came across a very large dome shaped structure that they could both fit into. They used it as a ready made fort for about two weeks. One day when they went out there it was completely gone.  As young boys they had no idea of the significance of their fort.  It wasn't until many years later as an adult he found out what it could have been and it lit a fire in him.  Dan began doing research online at first and then joined a bigfoot group and started going into the field.  As time went on and he gained more knowledge and experience, he founded American Primate Exploration / A.P.E. Along with his wife, Sue.  They are very serious about their research and so are their members.  They now have around 1031 members worldwide, research teams in ten states and Divisions in the U.K., Canada, and Australia.

  • Alan Doyle & Catherine Suzanne Plesko: Asteroid Collisions

    in Science

    A Research Scientist in Applied Physics at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Cathy Plesko uses the supercomputers there to study what happens when asteroids and comets hit a planet and how to prevent them from hitting Earth. Follow @b0yle @LANL

  • The Green Scene - Epiphytes

    in Environment

    Epiphytes are plants plant that grows harmlessly upon another plant (such as a tree) and derives its moisture and nutrients from the air, rain, and sometimes from debris accumulating around it.  Epiphytes differ from parasites in that epiphytes grow on other plants for physical support and do not necessarily negatively affect the host. Epiphytes are usually found in the temperate zone or in the tropics.The term epiphytic derives from the Greek epi- (meaning 'upon') and phyton (meaning 'plant'). Epiphytic plants are sometimes called "air plants" because they do not root in soil. However there are many aquatic species of algae such as seaweeds that are epiphytes on other aquatic plants 
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  • The Resilient Brain

    in Science

    Saturdays, Noon Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
    The show where you can learn about the latest strategies for keeping your mind sharp, for babies to octogenarians!

  • APR Inside Look at Discrimination Against the Mentally Disabled.

    in Psychology

    As a disabled veteran, you would think that I would have no problem landing a job, girlfriend/wife, or a nice place to live. Not bad returns for good deeds either, but I am sure that everyone has experienced it, and that is discrimination. Discrimination among the mentally ill or physically challenged people happens everyday and is hard to prove. So what is this show all about? It will be about discrimination amongst the mentally ill. Since it is more acceptable to have physical ailments in society, we will leave the people in that category alone, and worry only about discrimination with mentally ill. This will be a 30 minute episode with host Jory and there will be no phonecalls this show.

  • Advice Goddess Radio

    in Psychology

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  • The Resilient Brain

    in Science

    Saturdays, Noon Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
    The show where you can learn about the latest strategies for keeping your mind sharp, for babies to octogenarians!

  • Advice Goddess Radio

    in Psychology

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  • How your Mind is being manipulated without you even noticing..

    in Social Sciences

    By now you've probably heard of NY Times best-selling author Eldon Taylor, he is one of the brillant minds of our lifetime and someone I personally greatly admire.
    I read his newest book "Gotcha" and wow, such a mind-opening read. I am always counseling my patients to become aware of what goes in, on, and around their minds and bodies, and he really hit the nail on the head.
    Eldon uncovers to what lengths corporations and government will go to in order to keep people numb, dumb and unhealthy. If you're willing to go through the gamut of so-called negative emotions - shock, indignation, anger, and hopelessness - and come out the other side, you'll be empowered by the knowledge found in this book like I was. Every day we are being "called" to awaken from our unconscious slumber by becoming aware of what is really going on in our world, our government and our minds. You don't have to be a victim of constant unconscious manipulation! 
    I loved the book so much that I invited Eldon Taylor to come on my show to share with us the all juicy behind the scenes stories with his book, and he said yes! 
    If you are one of the enlightened souls who are on a mission to change the world for the better, then be sure to tune in to hear this enlightening story (it certaintly changed how I think about "everyday life.")
     

  • All About Relationships: 10 things to do to succeed in any relationship

    in Psychology

    Join us to learn the ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. All About Relationships is a different type of talk-show with Hosts Evinda Lepins, and Steve Atkinson, M.A. Evinda is a survivor of emotional, physical and sexual abuse, and Steve was her therapist for over seven years. Together they transparently talk about emotional wounds which lead to weaknesses and cause worries and bring to the table through their wit, encouragement and life experiences ways to acknowledge those things that keep us just surviving instead of thriving. They offer, in real-time,ways to overcome these wounds, weaknesses and worries. They have been reaching out to the walking wounded for several years, helping to make a difference one life at a time. If you struggle with any kind of wound, a weakness, aka an unhealthy habit, and/or are consistently worrying about anything and everything, then you will want to tune in for 30 minutes of free life coaching/counseling! Join us!