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Host of There's A Rock For That! Tarot Dactyl continues the exploration of Past Lives by looking into how stones can be sign posts for us on the journey back in time, examining a few books on the subject, as well as some of the controversy surrounding the topic. The Crystal Guest is Fossils. Fossils will be discussed in general with orthoceras, coral, and ammonite being discussed in particular.
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor Dean Wendt, Best known as the voice of Barney The Dinosaur (2002-Present) JOIN US!!!
Welcome to Prehistory!
Today I will give you a little of background on myself and talk about the philosophy of paleontology. XD
We're campaigning for a nickname for the Rockies' Gold Glove-winning shortstop, D.J. LeMahieu, inspired by World's Greatest Human Being Vin Scully. Hop aboard the bandwagon by using #CallHimHighPockets. We'll explain on this week's show.
The Brian Bohanon Memorial Edition of the PDP has us talking about the Rockies' rebound from their five-game skid. We'll discuss Wilin Rosario's optioning down to Albuquerque, Corey Dickerson's hot start, and more.
Plus New Britain Rock Cats GM Tim Restall and radio voice Jeff Dooley join us to discuss their new affiliation with the Rockies. Oh, and we'll take down some of the requisite trolling from Denver's newspaper.
On Monday February 2nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, please join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman for an interesting discussion on what to collect, what is a fossil and things that look like fossils. Ken McKeighen has been helping identify fossils for amateur collectors and novice rockhounds for years and he wants to help others learn more about what is a fossil and what is not. Ken recollects being called the bubble buster because he will tell someone what they really have, not what the think they have. So please join Ken and Ken as they talk about leaverites and other nonfossils.
On Monday October 27th at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they continue their discussion of sedimentary rocks with sands...tone. Sandstone is a common stone that records several deposition environments such as stream channels, beach sands or deserts. Many sandstones are famous for their fossils such as the Como Bluff Jurassic sandstones with it's dinosaurs.
Both Hours: Popzara. Nathan Evans, Managing Editor
pop·za·ra is defined as being a bazaar of popular culture spanning the world of arts and entertainment, fronted by an anthropomorphic, cap wearing dinosaur mascot. Popzara is there to help you wade through much of it. Throughout Popzara you'll hear views on video gaming, movies, technology, cultural movements and icons, even politics. There you can find opinion pieces, debates, reflections, reviews, analyses, news tidbits, and so much more. So back with us on a Friday night is the Managing Editor of Popzara, Nathan Evans.
Tonight's topics include:
Google gets sued by the EU
Star Wars Trailer!
Max Max Trailer!
Batman v Superman Trailer!
Impending E3 2015
Presidential Campaigns launch online (via Social)
Daredevil Netflix Show (ties into Netflix record earnings
We've got an abbreviated edition for you this week, but we make up for it by coming to you from Salt River Fields at Talking Stick! Listen to the excitement as Anthony and Tyler forecast a big night for Jon Gray just minutes before the big righty goes out and gets tagged for three runs in his first inning of work. We discuss the spring training experience, good food around the ballpark, update some things around camp, try to call after Dave Stewart to come on the show after he eyes us warily while walking out of the D-backs offices and more. Regular season is coming up quick! Get on this special edition PDP while the offer lasts!
We have the honor of talking with scientist Mark Armitage. Mark is embroiled in a extremely interesting lawsuit. Mark is a christian and found the world's largest Triceratops bone. This bone which is supposed to be 70 million years contains soft tissue. This sound pretty impossible and points to a young earth. The evidence was so compelling that His california University Fired MArk because his evidence was too religious!! Mark is Suing the university. We will discuss MArk's research and his new book here on Bible Smack Radio!
KEI Radio Host - Donna Ghanney interviews Bishop Dr. Jeffrey Larson of Start Again Ministries on "Genesis" Revelation on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 6 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Find out the one answer to the problems you are facing today!
Bishop Larson teaches around the world.
One of the subjects he’s most known for is his teaching on the book of Genesis. Imagine being able to intelligently answer the following questions:
When did Lucifer fall?
When was the ice age?
How come so many people say the earth is 6,000 years old and yet we have fossils that, obviously, pre-date that?
Where do demons come from?
Is there a difference between fallen angels and demons?
Who is God?
Is the thought a triune God biblical?
Is there any truth to Greek Mythology?
Explore the Bible as you never have before!
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On Monday November 17th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist, Ken Mckeighen and co-host Ken Boorman for a discussion on plant fossils and paleo enviroments they represent. Ken will also be discussing how to collect plant fossils and some of the sites he has collected from.