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  • 00:31

    Cosmos

    in Science

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus gives his review on the remake of "COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey."  This program was rehatched by atheist cartoonist and comedian, Seth Macfarlane and is hosted by astrophysicist, Neil Degrasse Tyson.


    The program is meant to convey scientific history and facts using visuals and layman's language in hopes of educating viewers.  However, the program has had its controversy with its indirect attacks against religion, particularly the Catholic Church and God.  


    In its pilot episode, heretical Dominican friar Giordano Bruno is presented as a hero and victim of the Catholic Church.  The historical facts surrounding him and the Church are erroneously presented to make the latter look like an enemy to science and progress.  Sacerdotus explains why the show got the history wrong.


    Moreover, in follow up episodes, Dr. Tyson insinuates that no God is needed to create or maintain the universe and that everything has a natural explanation. Sacerdotus counters this by exposing the atheistic shadow behind the script Tyson reads during taping. 


    Should Catholics and other theists watch the show?
    Is the show good to learn science from?


    Sacerdotus answers these and other questions.  


     


    More info:


    http://www.cosmosontv.com/


     


     


     

  • 01:03

    Into the Cosmos! #1

    in Soccer

    Welcome to the first episode of "Into the Cosmos" the home of the New York Cosmos' weekly soccer podcast on the Sports Palooza Radio Network.


    Today, co-hosts Ej Garr and Michael Lewis cover everything you need to know about the team. This weekend, they'll be making their 2015season debut against the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers down in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Ej and Michael cover the Cosmos' injury report and sit down with Captain Carlos Mendes and the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' Aly Hassan.


    We also give a preview of the home opener on April 18 and talk about the proposal for the new Cosmos stadium.


    If you're a New York Cosmos fan, THIS is where you want to be every Wednesday afternoon to keep up with your favorite team. We'll bring you interviews, updates and so much more!


     

  • 00:41

    Into the Cosmos! Week 5 NASL

    in Soccer

    This week on #IntotheCosmos, Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa discuss the state of the Cosmos, review the match with Atlanta, and get you prepared for this weekend's game with the Ottawa.Fury at home in MCU Park in Brooklyn, New York.


    We have two interviews to bring you, as we have all season, and this week we have midfielder Danny Szetela from the New York Cosmos, and striker Tom Heinemann from the Ottawa Fury. Danny talks about his international career as a player, playing in Spain and Italy. Not only does Tom talk about the upcoming game this weekend, but what the Fury is doing to prepare for one more game they have before Saturday in the Canadian Championships. Tom also shared information on his camp for kids that he holds in his hometown of St. Louis. Both players also discuss their careers that have led them to where they are today, from the MLS, and abroad.


    Join us each Wednesday at 1 p.m. as we bring you all the news you need on the New York Cosmos.

  • 00:49

    Into the Cosmos! NASL Week 4

    in Soccer

    This week on #IntoTheCosmos, we review the home opener at Shuart Stadium this past weekend, and get the fans prepared for the match with Atlanta this weekend.


    Ej Garr, and new co-host Frank Dell'Apa discuss the new stadium town meeting on May 7, which will hopefully bring answers for the new Cosmos Stadium in Long Island, NY.


    We will have interviews with two players who represent their respective clubs, the first being the NY Cosmos leading goal scorer thus far, Leo Fernandez. His goal to give the Cosmos a 2 - 0 lead just as the second half began, can now be voted on at the NASL home page for goal of the week.


    We also speak with the Captain of the Atlanta Silverbacks, Simon Mensing, about his career in Europe, and his first season in the NASL with the club.


    Game day is right around the corner, so get off your couch, and get out to support the best league in the United States!

  • 00:53

    Into the Cosmos! with Coaches Gio Savarese and Thomas Rongen

    in Soccer

    This week on #IntotheCosmos, Ej Garr and Michael Lewis discuss the 1 - 1 draw this past weekend in Indy, and bring you two big interviews.


    As we have all season so far, we bring you interviews with a representative from each club from the upcoming match, and we didn't hold back with the big names this week. We welcome Coach Gio Savarese from our New York Cosmos to the show for the first time this year, and we also welcome Tampa Bay Rowdies' head coach Thomas Rongen to the broadcast.


    Both coaches discuss the future of promotion/relegation possibilites in the MLS/NASL, and they both discuss their respective playing and coaching careers.

  • 00:48

    You and the Cosmos

    in Goals

    Know what is happening in the sky today, and how it relates to you on the Earth.


     

  • 02:19

    Cosmos Time w/Bill, TJ, & Tommy

    in Spirituality

    Cosmos TIme with Bill M Tracer, Theresa J Morris, and Tommy Hawksblood all of the USA share the cosmos, ACE Metaphysics, ET Spirit, Unviersal Mind, Laws of the Universe, space and cosmology.

  • 00:58

    Sports Palooza Radio: NY Giants' Bart Oates & New York Cosmos' Jimmy Maurer!

    in Sports

    Former NFL player and New York Giants' Bart Oates stops by to tell us about life both on and off the field and how he's dealing with his chronic pain. 


    And Ej got a chance to talk to New York Cosmos' Jimmy Maurer again about the upcoming season. You don't want to miss this interview! 


     

  • 01:59

    Realms of the Cosmos with Theresa J Morris Season 3 #451

    in Spirituality

    We began June 3, 2012 with TJ Morris ET Radio on BTR Blogtalkradio.com/TJMorrisETRadio. Theresa Janette Thurmond Morris has been transparent with her life in what we now call "CYBERSPACE CULTURE". This is a world inside the INTERNET. We are learning how to "ADAPT AND OVERCOME" all diviersities in our lives. Theresa married Thomas R Morris and adopted his last name as is customary in the the United States when a woman marries a man. There are many levels of the universe and Theresa now shares some information on a radio show called "COSMOS CONNECTION" which now airs on Saturday Nights 6 PM Eastern on another location called Freedoms Lips as Revolution Radio.


    Theresa began sharing her life in a public way August, 2007 with Dirk Vander Ploeg who owned a website E-magazine called UFODigest.com.


    Theresa is an author and singer/songwriter and member of BMI, Broadcast Music Incorporated, our of Nashville, TN. Theresa is known as TJ Morris as a singer-songwriter and now as a Radio Show Host. Theresa also has a hidden talent to some as a Business Consultant, and Life Coach. The part that amazes her own soul self is the ability, skills, and talents that she has developed which she has spent her life as a hobby perfecting and that is as a Tarot Reader-Spiritual Adviser. Theresa shares the genre spirituality with those who are followers of her shows as well as her friends who appear in her round table panel discussions. Theresa shares life as a mission from the universe in which she in the past shared as the Akashic Field also known as the Grid in space which is off planet where all records are said to be kept on all of our higher connections and past lives. We are now learning that we can all access these records of our past lives in this time TJ calls the Ascension Age. TJ believes we are all connected to source through our higher selves as soul higher consciousness. Realms of the Cosmos is shared with TJ and Friends.

  • 00:30

    "Cosmos" Re-airing

    in Science

    NOTE: This is a re-airing of the episode after the end of the last one got cut off.  Hopefully this will have all of the program:



    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus gives his review on the remake of "COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey."  This program was rehatched by atheist cartoonist and comedian, Seth Macfarlane and is hosted by astrophysicist, Neil Degrasse Tyson.


    The program is meant to convey scientific history and facts using visuals and layman's language in hopes of educating viewers.  However, the program has had its controversy with its indirect attacks against religion, particularly the Catholic Church and God.  


    In its pilot episode, heretical Dominican friar Giordano Bruno is presented as a hero and victim of the Catholic Church.  The historical facts surrounding him and the Church are erroneously presented to make the latter look like an enemy to science and progress.  Sacerdotus explains why the show got the history wrong.


    Moreover, in follow up episodes, Dr. Tyson insinuates that no God is needed to create or maintain the universe and that everything has a natural explanation. Sacerdotus counters this by exposing the atheistic shadow behind the script Tyson reads during taping. 


    Should Catholics and other theists watch the show?
    Is the show good to learn science from?


    Sacerdotus answers these and other questions.  


     


    More info:


    http://www.cosmosontv.com/


    http://sacerdotvs.blogspot.com/2014/06/cosmos-finale.html
    http://sacerdotvs.blogspot.com/2014_03_09_archive.html

  • 01:37

    Science Monday - Catching Up On Cosmos

    in Science

    The last three episodes of Cosmos!  ~ Scoody-Doo taught us a lot too ~ DON'T TRUST WHAT YOU SEE~ We're not ready for space exploration ~ What is Power on planet EARTH ~  Live Unscripted 818 739 8913 Call or Click the link or a live stream of the show with a chatroom.

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