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Jim Buizer, Professor
Institute of the Environment, University of Arizona
Jim’s work focuses on climate adaptation, sustainability, institutional transformation, and science for international development. He’ll join us to share insights based on a recently released report of which Jim was the lead author. As the Deputy Director for Climate Adaptation and International Development at the highly acclaimed UA Institute of the Environment, Jim is leading an effort to establish a network of institutions dedicated to integrating research-based knowledge about climate impacts and options for adaptation into decisions, particularly aimed at sustainable development around the world. In laymen’s terms? Jim is an important thought leader making an impact on this planet of ours. Please plan to join us.
Minstrel and Muse on Talk About Radio welcomes author Diana Gabaldon to the show to discuss the Starz Television Series Adaptation of her novel Outlander which was recently voted the BEST TELEVISION DRAMA of 2014.
Author Diana Gabaldon holds three degrees in Science: Zoology, Marine Biology, and a Ph.D. in Quantitative Behavioral Ecology, (plus, an honorary degree as Doctor of Humane Letters). In 1991 she wrote a practice novel set in Scotland, a country she had never visited, Outlander, and the rest, 7 more series novels, 1 companion (one on the way out soon), 12 novellas, (26 million books in print, and who knows how many ebooks and audible versions), is history. The novels have been made into a television series for the Starz Network: the first set of 8 premiered August 9th, and the second set of 8, all based on the first novel in the series, will air April 4, 2015.
Listen to Outlander on audio.
Minstrel and Muse welcomes author Diana Gabaldon to the show to discuss the Starz Television Series Adaptation of her novel Outlander.
Author Diana Gabaldon holds three degrees in Science: Zoology, Marine Biology, and a Ph.D. in Quantitative Behavioral Ecology, (plus, an honorary degree as Doctor of Humane Letters). In 1991 she wrote a practice novel set in Scotland, a country she had never visited, Outlander, and the rest, 7 more series novels, 1 companion (one on the way out soon), 12 novellas, (26 million books in print, and who knows how many ebooks and audible versions), is history.
The novels have been made into a television series for the Starz Network: the first set of 8 premiered August 9th, and the second set of 8, all based on the first novel in the series, will air April 4, 2015.
Listen to Outlander on audio.
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What do vampires, Doug Jones, black-and-white cinema, and modern green screen technology all have in common? The answer is Nosferatu - a new visual remix of the classic German expressionist 1922 black-and-white silent horror film.
The idea is to bring this classic horror film back to life and with a unique feel to show to a modern audience while still honoring the masters of old. Writer and director David Lee Fisher has garnered a team of creative individuals who are all collaborating to recreate the 1922 film in a rather unique way.
Nosferatu is on KickStarter at thevampirelives.com with a goal to raise $60,000 by December 3rd.
Doug Jones, famed actor best known for his work as Abe Sapien in the Hellboy films, El Fauno and the Pale Man in Pan's Labyrinth, Billy Butcherson in Hocus Pocus, and the Silver Surfer in Rise Of The Silver Surfer, has been cast to portray the menacing Count Orlok. His makeup has been created by Mike Elizalde of Spectral Motion Studios.
Reports of scientific studies and local government initiatives to deal with the challenge of swelling oceans fill the internet and traditional media daily. Technical experts dealing with sea level rise are hard at work in South Florida, California, the Carolinas, New York, Virginia and other vulnerable areas the world over.
But responsible action on sea level rise issues requires another dimension of planning, for which we have just begun.
Wall Street has a role to play too, as does your local bank and credit union. You have a personal financial role as well.
Monetary and budgeting strategies to cope with sea level rise, for the average homeowner, renter and small business owner need to be crafted today...to be ready for tomorrow.
In this episode, we explore some proposed tools and blueprints that financial institutions, consumers and governments should consider to properly plan for the near-term.
Failure to adapt your financial roadmap today will result in missed options tomorrow.
Here we cover the comments of Dr. Leonard Berry Director of the Florida Center For Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University and South Florida Attorney and sea level rise advocate Mitch Chester on this vital aspect of preparing for rising seas.
Contact Mr. Chester here.
This holiday treat features showbiz stars George and Lizette Bettinger reading the Christmas sections of a romantic memoir now in the early stage of film adaptation. George and Lizette play "It Had To Be Us" co-authors Harry & Elizabeth Lawrence, who remember two Christmases back in the 1990s. How does Christmas help bring these two together after being divorced and estranged for almost 20 years? Listen and find out!
George is an actor, comedian, producer, writer and director. He's won acclaim for his uncanny impressions including such icons as Groucho Marx, George Burns and The Three Stooges. Lizette iis a versatile actress and soprano with Metropolitan Opera experience. These two talented entertainers have a passion for bringing back the Golden Age of Radio on their popular "Mom & Pop Shop Show" which airs on DreamStreamRadio.
It Had To Be Us won first place in the Hollywood Book Festival for its potential to be transferred to other mediums such as film and radio. Misha Zubarev has already completed the screenplay and plans to direct the movie version. The memoir also includes over 20 reviews of romantic films that are among Harry & Elizabeth's favorites.
After a TBI, where Deb Palmer lost consciousness over asphalt, resulting in a subdural hematoma and subarachnoid hemorrhage, she was diagnosed with a seizure disorder and major depression. She knew she fell and hit her head, that something was wrong, but didn’t know what. She kept thinking it would go away with more sleep. Nobody referred her to any resources for help or support. Doctors obviously weren’t trained on how to address the long-term sequelae of brain injury or how to help someone who has had one. Deb didn’t want what happened to her to happen to others.
Deb decided to turn anger into something constructive; and, with the help of other survivors and some professionals, published five free newsletters to educate about brain injury. The demand for the publication was greater than expected so she decided to form a nonprofit organization. Thus, the Brain Injury Connection (BIC) was born. www.braininjuryconnection.org
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
Front half of show is a featured guest. to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org
Climate Action With Russell Greene.
This week, Russell welcomes:
Gwynne Taraska of the Center for American Progress who joined us last week from Lima, Peru as the Conference of Parties was set to begin. She’ll join us again this Sunday to discuss the outcomes. Gwynne has expertise in natural gas issues, including the climate implications of LNG exports and the use of natural gas in the U.S. electricity sector. She also has expertise in international climate negotiations and recently has focused on market mechanisms for climate adaptation. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, where she specialized in non-classical logics.
L. Hunter Lovins is an award winning voice in sustainable business and regenerative economics. Can business be part of the solution to the climate crisis? Hunter is President of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS) a Colorado non-profit that educates senior decision makers in the business case for a Regenerative Economy. Trained as a sociologist and lawyer (JD), Hunter is a professor of sustainable business management at Bard College, and Denver University; and the chief insurgent of the Madrone Project. Named a Master at the Chinese De Tao Academy, she recently helped launch the Institute for Green Investment in Shanghai.
Emily Wurth, Food and Water Watch's Water Program Director. She's a regular participant at PDA's Progressive Round Tables in Washington, DC. She will discuss Rep. Mark Pocan's new legislation to protect public lands from fracking. Emily conducts research and promotes policies at the local, state and federal level to help protect the nation’s water systems as public assets, and to safeguard the country’s water resources. Emily has a B.A. in international studies and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She can be reached at ewurth(at)fwwatch(dot)org.
TONIGHT, MY GOOD BUDDY MATT AND DO WHAT WE DO BEST HERE ON CLOBBERIN' TIME: A LIST! WE LOVE THE LIST SHOWS; AND WE HAVEN'T DONE ONE IN A WHILE. IN THIS, THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BAT; WE SHALL TALK ABOUT WHAT I CONSIDER TO BE THE GREATEST SCREEN ADAPTATION OF THE LEGENDARY ICON; THE BATMAN! BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES IS, IN MY VIEW, THE BEST INTERPETATION OF THE BATMAN EVER TO MOVE ON A SCREEN! MY GOOD FRIEND, MATT AND I SHALL COUNTDOWN OUR TOP 25 FAVORITE EPISODES! IT'S WASN'T EASY, THERE ARE SO MANY GREAT ONES!
Dr Maria is back in the house!
The term memory storage refers to the work of the system that stores information for use later on—your system for long-term learning and recall. Material from working memory is put into storage by this system. There are many sub-systems for storing different kinds of information. After an injury, memory usually makes weaker traces, making the stored information unreliable. Important information should always be saved in a more permanent medium such as taking notes. Holding out hope to get your pre-injury memory storage back leads to disappointment rather than recovery. The key to memory recovery is metamemory—knowledge of your own memory abilities and deficits. Metamemory lets you plan out ways to cope with your memory deficits. - Dr. Larry Schutz
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Recovery Now show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Guests introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. Featured guest in front half & second part of show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and of course stop to also like "Brain Injury Radio!"
Our guests for KTR will be Trace Scott author of the bs theory, Gloria Talley & Vita Clayborn Excutives and Co Executives of The Real Talk TV talk show as we discuss the disappointing case of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen, who was shot and killed by police in St.Louis & its going down right here on KRAZY TALK RADIO.
"The Real Talk" talk show is a powerful talk show catered to the needs of all
communities. Our show is different than most because it discusses the everyday
struggles of men, women, and children of all walks of life. We bring awareness to all
by discussing social and political issues such as bullying, domestic abuse, social
adaptation, and health care. Each of the topics discussed allows viewers to identify
with one another. Our hope is to open the eyes and consciousness of the viewer.
"The Real Talk" talk show is filled with a lively cast of mental health workers, music
artists, and entrepreneurs...Simply put...every day people like yourself trying to get all
to see the truth. "The Real Talk" talk show's casts provides guest panelists, Divafied,
Khalua, D. Michaels, and "The Real Talk" talk show house panelists Casheem, C'est LA
Vita, Von D., and Ryan Young Waddy. Executive Producers of "The Real Talk" talk
show are Gloria Talley, and Vita Clayborn of GT Mgt. And Malik Chestine along with
Co-Producer and host of the show Author of "The BS Theory," Tracey Hardney-Scott
also known as "Silk." Their mantra..."REAL PEOPLE, REAL SITUATIONS, "REAL TALK."
If you would like to be on The REAL TALK talk show or have a topic you want us to
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Kathy Moskowitz Strain is currently the Forest Archaeologist for the Stanislaus National Forest, headquartered in Sonora, California. She is responsible for all archaeological and paleontological resources on her Forest and directs education and public participation programs on archaeology and Native American cultures. Kathy is currently the chair of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers, a non-profit Bigfoot research group.
Kathy became interested in Bigfoot as a child, and her interest lead her into the field of anthropology. Kathy received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology in 1990 and a Master of Arts in Behavioral Science (emphasis in Anthropology) in 1994. Her main field of study involved prehistoric human ecology.
In 1991, as an archaeologist for the Sequoia National Forest, she began interviewing elders from the Yokuts Tribe about their traditional Hairy Man stories. This work lead her to an in depth study of the Hairy Man pictographs, located on the Tule River Indian reservation. She has presented her research at the 2003 Willow Creek Symposium, the 2005 Texas Bigfoot Conference, and published an article in Meet the Sasquatch, by Chris Murphy. Recently, she appeared on the Giganto: The Real King Kong special on the History Channel.
Using her specialty in human ecology, Kathy is exploring the connection between Native American adaptation of the environment and how Bigfoot might also have used similar techniques to exploit plants and animals. Comparisons may be found in habitation methods and locations, hunting and gathering techniques, resource availability, calorie input/output, seasonal movements, etc. Knowing this information may foster collection of evidence not previously associated with Bigfoot behavior. It may also allow us to develop techniques to better obtain direct observations and therefore documentation and protection of this currently unrecognized primate.
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