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  • 00:23

    Lectures of Fallen Wisdom #7: Only Think Intentionally

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    I discuss a very important piece of wisdom that has been lost.
    One's randomly thinking mind is no more than an unintentional brainstorming session of creative pathways to failure, unhappiness & demise.

  • 02:00

    Professor Matt Hartings on "Chemistry in Your Kitchen"

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    Listen to Chemjobber and Matt Hartings talk about the chemistry of food and cooking on Saturday, March 11 at noon Eastern. 

  • 00:07

    Patients as Partners Europe 7 Minute Overview on What to Expect?

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    We are delighted to bring the Patients as Partners US event to Europe on February 6-7 in London. We would like to thank our European attendees at the US conference for challenging and encouraging us to bring the conference to Europe. The goal of creating patient centricity as the ecosystem within pharma can not be achieved without patient involvement. 
    Patients as Partners Europe is accredited by Patients Included and addresses what matters most to patients to enable them to engage in clinical research.
    Patients as Partners EU is co-produced with patients, industry, academia, government and nonprofit organizations to establish a well-rounded program that addresses the needs of all stakeholders seeking to implement and advance patient involvement across the entire clinical development continuum.
    Each session seeks to put ideas into action and must demonstrate the what, where, when and how behind the topic. This radio blog post provides a seven minute overview on what to expect at the conference. For more information about the conference, visit, www.theconferenceforum.org.
     
     
     
     

  • 00:34

    SolarFest 2016 - Fred Bruenjes discuss his program Eclipse Orchestrator

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    Fred Bruenjes of DayStar Instruments created Eclipse Orchestrator to help him and others get the most of out imaging eclipses. This program however is not for the weary or chance imager, but for the experienced eclipse chaser that wants to have the best program available to plan for their imaging run. 

  • 00:41

    Richard Stallman and The History of Open Source & Free Software, Pt. 2

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    In 1998, a group of people broke away from the Free Software Foundation and created instead the Open Source Initiative. What were their motives? Richard Stallman, the founder of the FSF, and Tim O'Reilly who helped popularize the term 'Open Source' discuss the history of Open Source & Free Software.
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  • 01:41

    Debate! Evolution Vs Creation

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    Can evolution explain life? Can a world withOUT a God confirm who we are, what we are, and where we are going? 
    My name is Chad the Challenger and tonight I will be tackling , once again, the most important questions people can ask. DOES GOD EXISTS? I certanly believe He does!
    Also, I will be teaching those who are intersted in evanglism, how to witness. 
    Join the discussion tonight on Million Percent Radio.
    THINK AND BELIEVE

  • 01:13

    Season 1: Episode 11; Sisters of the Laboratory

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    Amanee Gordon is an Animal Science major from Southern California, currently in her junior year at Tuskegee University. She loves animals, but also has a passion for conserving the environment. Amanee adores sciences and everything she does is to advance her education and help her community. She also runs a blog in her free time. In 2014, as a second semester Freshman during the Fall of that year, she was a research assistant in a goat spermatogenesis laboratory, managed by the Department Head of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (Dr. Olga Bolden-Tiller).This was her first time in a state of the art laboratory. In Fall of 2015, while still working in the goat laboratory, she took on another task of becoming a researcher in the iBreed laboratory (specializing in plant breeding) and managed by Dr. Marceline Egnin, Plant and Soil Science Professor. There, her primary research interest was bamboo: embryo rescue, regeneration, and energy gene testing. While working in this lab, she completed proper laboratory health and safety training, DNA extraction, PCR, gel electrophoresis, plant breeding, and tissue culture. The goal was to test the practical use of bamboo as bioenergy. I worked in this laboratory for one semester. Lastly, and most recently, she has been welcomed into the Sustainable Nanotechnology Laboratory, which is managed by Dr. Michael Curry, Chemistry Professor. During her time in this lab so far, she has been taught how to successfully synthesize cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils via chemical and mechanical methodologies. My primary interest is to produce biodegradable nanocomposites. She plans to finish college next Spring and eventually apply to a PhD program for either animal science, sustainable nanotechnology, or astrophysics. By sharpening her knowledge in the many different subjects that she takes interest in, I can adequately assess situations that could arise, with ease.
     

  • 01:59

    Zero Point Energy & The Secret Space Program

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    There is a secret energy that the elite don't want you to know about.  It is called Zero point energy. To discuss this we have Mark McCandlish.
    Mark McCandlish is a nationally recognized conceptual and aviation artist, who worked within the defense and aerospace industries for the better part of thirty years.  He client list has included most of the major U.S. aerospace corporations, such as Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell International and the Boeing Company.  His work has also appeared in many  publications, such as Aviation Week & Space Technology, Jane's Defense Weekly, Navy Proceedings, Air & Space Smithsonian, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science and Discover Magazine.
    After high school he enlisted in the United States Air Force as an MA-1. ASQ-25 Weapons Control System Mechanic on the Convair F-106 and later attended various colleges on the G.I. Bill, including Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
    After a short stint in the film industry as a matte artist intern, Mr. McCandlish accepted a job with General Dynamics in Pomona, California as a conceptual artist and technical publications editor, and later worked as an independent design and conceptual art consultant throughout the defense and aerospace environment.
    It was during those years that he became aware of some very exotic technologies.
     

  • 01:07

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Rick DeLano, The Principle

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    You don't have to be a geocentrist to appreciate the crisis that cosmology is currently undergoing, and the serious holes in the Copernican model of the universe. The film THE PRINCIPLE explores some of these holes, and offers commentary from some of the most respected scientists today on the problematic aspects of the currently accepted model of the universe. Was Copernicus right, or have we got it all wrong?
    Tune in and listen to Rick DeLano, producer of the film THE PRINCIPLE, offer a fascinating discussion of these issues. We are taking calls: (646) 716-4669. Join us in the chat room at the bottom of the episode page.
    10 pm ET Saturday, January 11, 2014

  • 01:02

    Dr Steve Johnston on tonights show.

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    On tonights show. Dr. Steve Johnston from Oklahoma City. Topics, cancer and comet ison..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

  • 00:57

    Americans for Science - Interview with Dr. Carol Lynn Curchoe

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    Dr. Carol Lynn Curchoe, President and CEO of 32ATPs, LLC. Previously Dr. Curchoe was appointed by Governor Gary R. Herbert  as the Utah State Science Advisor. In that role she provided advice and counsel on science and technology issues to the Governor, state Legislature and other state agencies and served on a broad range of boards and commissions pursuant to the oversight of key scientific initiatives, research efforts, federal and state mandates, and ongoing programs devoted to science and technology issues. Dr. Curchoe was the Managing Director of the Office of Collaborative Science at the New York University Langone School of Medicine. There she assisted the Associate Dean in strategic decisions related to high technology, infrastructure and management, contributed to business plans, marketing strategies and supported the capital equipment and budget processes, and responsible for the management and development of new Cores resources as needed. Her dissertation research was performed at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT), on the characterization of the meat and milk composition of cattle clones, a key study for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision on cloned product’s safety. She also characterized the reprogramming of imprinted genes in cloned livestock. Her postdoctoral research focused on the optimization of human embryonic and neural stem cell cultures, the development of protocols for the production of hESC derived neural precursors and peripheral neurons, and deriving an in vitro model of early neurulation.

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