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The Tecplot, Inc. team was at AIAA ASM in Nashville. From our booth, to our Tuesday night "Sneak Peek" party, to Dr. Scott Imlay's presentation, we were able to meet lots of wonderful people and stay abreast of the latest trends in the aerospace industry.
In this quick show we recap our impressions and what really stood out.
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Fun, Fuckery, Interviews and Laughs with Sean P, Desire Mi Brown and Alice N Wonderland, along with tonight's Special Guest, Erin Green-Astone, The Passion Party Diva
Fun & Fuckery, Grown & Sexy Style, with Sean P., Alice N Wonderland and the ASM/GoHard Crew
Our guess today is Author Nita Hiltner who has worked as a reporter for the Press Enterprise of Riverside, California for 16 years and for several other newspapers in southern California and Pennsylvania. She's a regular DC X contributing author focusing specifically on scientific and supernatural conspiratorial concepts. Today we will be discussing the mystery of Hundreds of People vanishing in National Parks and Forests across the World! What is going on? Is there a connection with the Smithsonian Museum? The Smithsonian hid evidence of Ancient Giants on Earth in AMERICA. How did they do it? The technique that Smithsonian curators used to coax people to ship the evidence to them was quite ingenious. First, the museum established itself as the anthropological authority bar none. Often, this was enough to attract flies to the “bug zapper.” And if it wasn’t, then requests were mailed by the museum, which asked to see the evidence.The reports clearly point right to the Smithsonian receiving giant remains and indicate their scientists were involved in the excavations but the skeletal material all seems to have gone missing. If all this evidence was "normal sized" then where are the remains to prove this? FINALLY after denying the existence of the giants for more than 120 years the Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s A US Supreme Court ruling has forced the Smithsonian institution to release classified papers dating from the early 1900′s that proves the organization was involved in a major historical cover up of evidence showing giants human remains in the tens of thousands had been uncovered all across America and were ordered to be destroyed by high level administrators to protect the mainstream chronology of human evolution at the time. American Institution of Alternative Archeology (AIAA).
There was a bit of talk and chat this week on the Frat House Sports Radio Network, and we’re going to continue that this week on our “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program.
That leads into a wonderful interview with 18-year NHL veteran Bernie Nichols (1981-1999) that took place on Thursday evening on our Frat House Sports Show #178. We chatted about Bernie’s long playing career; his time with “The Great One” Wayne Gretzky; and how the 21st century NHL game differs. But, Bernie is also offering a very, very unique and fascinating alternative to sports-gambling you’re going to want to hear about.
We continued our NHL chat on Thursday with sports author Russ Cohen as we got his read on the outdoor games; this year’s Winter Classic; and the landscape of the 2014-15 season with just about 30-games remaining.
Give it a listen and be sure to give Frat House Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!
Rodney McKay - Character Discussion
Fandom: Stargate Atlantis
Link to my Stargate stories: http://keiramarcos.com/fan-fiction-index/stargate-atlantis-fan-fiction/
Questions for the show came from: http://keiramarcos.livejournal.com/325975.html
Fics Talked about
Ordinary Life by Astolat & Speranza
Entangled Particles by Zinnith
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (2010)) by Sardonic Smiley
Xanthe's BDSM Universe
A Farm in Iowa 'Verse by Sheafrotherdon
Freedom's Just Another Word for Nothing Left to Lose by synecdochic
Crusade in Jeans by Mystic
Two Jack/McKay Tarlan Fics:
One Way Ticket & Hold Your Breath
Please accept our apologies for Wednesday's preempted broadcast but just as ASM's upcoming "Electro" (Jamie Fox) once sang "Blame it (on the alcohol)," in our case-"Blame it on Blogtalk!" Well, hopefully today's Grindhouse will air without a hitch. Pull up a chair this Saturday at 6pm and listen to The Comic Shoppe portion of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse! Your Podcast Avengers will unpack the following topics: recent media outlets have reported that Fox has its Fantastic Four actors for the reboot (and the internet revolts) ; finally...the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer is released; virtual reality glasses for PS4 may soon become, well.....a reality; our thoughts about the recent release of the Robocop reboot: more on Man of Steel 2 really being a JLA movie (Cyborg and John Stewart claims) and lastly more Gotham TV news! Call live at 646-915-9620.
And then batting second at 7pm is Afronerd Radio! Listen to Dburt and Captain Kirk dogmatize on the following current event topics: In the wake of the Michael Dunn mistrial/verdict, the team ponders how much does "hot talk" exhibited by teens play a role in these tragedies and can they be avoided? ; and how similar (or dissimilar) is the Dunn case to a recent Arkansas murder involving a Black adult killing a teen of color over a prank; Dburt calls Sirius-XM (again) as well as pulling audio from other shows; the emergence of 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyongo and lastly, Dburt is actually envious Mr. Aaron Norton's impressive (and newsworthy) video game collection.
Join Queen T as she welcomes Ajamu Bandele, "The Director of International Affairs" of the (ASM) African Socialist Movement.
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Unity of African Worldwide featuring freedom fighter and revolutionary journalist Bro Chernoh Bah Chairman of the West African based African Socialist Movement (ASM) Bro Bah will be updating the African community on his upcoming visit to Philadelphia June 17-20th.
Today's show features a round-table discussion with Donna Schwartz Mills of MOMocrats, and Yvonne Condes and Sarah Auerswald of MomsLA (a 100+ blogger network based in Los Angeles), led by Cynthia Liu of K12 News Network.
It's STAR testing week still for many of us in California. What does this mean for the Common Core Standards we've heard about, and the changes in tests we can expect to see in the next few years?
Confused about the implementation of these new standards and tests? You're not the only one -- lawmakers in the California state legislature are also wrestling with unanswered questions surrounding implementation: who'll pay for professional development of teachers? How will every classroom be able to administer computer-based tests? Will low initial scores in NY and KY force more CA schools into Program Improvement?
* Key takeaways: CA spends $50 million to administer STAR tests & $11 million on CAHSEE, the required high school test. * Costs of implementing CCS professional development and new testing could be around $1 billion, yet no money's been allocated for this. Asm. Joan Buchanan: has said $ for PD is about 50c per child in CA. Hardly adequate!
So, whose district is ready for CCS, either on the learning side, or on the testing side?
Everyone is familiar with “reuse, renew and recycle” or some variation thereof. Be that as it may, we are still constantly manufacturing gadgets that use rare earth elements and other products which require aluminum. Recycling seems to be the best solution to cut down cost and environmental impact. It takes twice the amount of time, energy and money to mine new materials than to recycle the old. However, we aren’t cutting back and have a long way to go before we can become truly sustainable. Is this because the demand is too high and we have an abundant supply? What can be done to conserve the resources we have from a global perspective? In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Dr. Subodh Das about the global aluminum industry and rare earth elements. Dr. Das is well recognized and respected expert and consultant to the global aluminum industry specializing in the areas of industry trends, technology, recycling, manufacturing, carbon management and new product & process developments. Dr. Das is the CEO of Phinix, LLC, Fluid Management Systems, Inc. and Underground Recovery, LLC . Dr. Das has over 35 yrs of global aluminum experience in manufacturing and tech areas covering wide disciplines including executive, project, operational, financial and technical management as well as being an accomplished scientist, engineer and inventor. Subodh has served on the boards of The Aluminum Association, Secat and the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society . The American Society of Metals elected him as ASM Fellow in 2002. The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society also awarded Subodh its prestigious Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Das (with John Green) also received the best paper award from the Journal of Metals for his paper titled “Aluminum Industry and Climate Change-Assessment and Responses “.