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This episode takes one back to the dawn of animal existance in the history of the world. Dinosaurs and the story that may have happened while they lived on earth. Good Dino vs. Bad Dino. A podcast for the ages. Also another edition in, internet broadcasting. This is Heaven & Hell. Click on my Frequency!
In this episode Audra Wells Mark will discuss dinosaurs. Where did they come from? Were they here on earth before man? How did they become extinct? How is the Flood from the Bible related to the extinction of the dinosaurs? All of these questions and more will be addressed.
"Dinosaurs" Actor Allan Trautman
Join us for a re-airing of our friends Destiny Lab's podcast entitled, "Dinosaurs & Dragons in History Part 1." The guys will discuss fact verse fiction and site examples from history. The will also spin a few Destiny Lab tunes! Please check out our website Remnantxradio.com and send us a friend request on facebook!
World Footprints travels through Eastern Montana and explores the history and diversity of Big Sky Country's eastern border. Today we'll fulfill a "need for speed" when we go drag car racing at Phillips County Motor Sports Dragstrip in Malta with racing champions Shaun and Dillion Carnahan. We'll travel along the vast landscape of the Hammond Ranch where some of the most significant dinosaur discoveries have been made. From Malta we'll head south to Billings and go behind the scenes at the Dino Lab where prehistoric creatures are restored fossil-by-fossil. Finally, we'll visit the elegant Moss Mansion former home to Billings founder Preston Boyd Moss. We'll learn how Moss' vision for Billings and his world travels influenced the city's growth and his home's design.
Join us for part 2 of our friends Destiny Lab's podcast entitled, "Dinosaurs & Dragons In History". The guys will discuss fact verses fiction on the topic of Dragons and Dinosaurs....are they real? are they still with us?? They will also spin afew tunes! Please check out website @Remnantxradio.com and send me a friend request on facebook!
In honor of the Smithsonian Museum's newest T-Rex resident, World Footprints travels through Eastern Montana and explores the history and diversity of Big Sky Country's eastern border. Today we'll fulfill a "need for speed" when we go drag car racing at Phillips County Motor Sports Dragstrip in Malta with racing champions Shaun and Dillion Carnahan. We'll travel along the vast landscape of the Hammond Ranch where some of the most significant dinosaur discoveries have been made. From Malta we'll head south to Billings and go behind the scenes at the Dino Lab where prehistoric creatures are restored fossil-by-fossil. Finally, we'll visit the elegant Moss Mansion former home to Billings founder Preston Boyd Moss. We'll learn how Moss' vision for Billings and his world travels influenced the city's growth and his home's design.
We use to watch on TV the old old movies about dinosaurs, and pre-historic creatures. such as the Lost Continent or Journey to the Center of the Earth, King Kong and recently Jurassic Park.
Were those creatures destroyed during the flood and where did they come from? Scientists are coming closer to discovering the real truth about these pre-historic creatures.
Have you every thought about how come they were so big? St. George fought a dragon that was huge. Was that for real? And today scientists want us to believe that the kimodo dragon is the offspring of the dinosaurs? Does that mean that people were mini-people like in the Twilight Zone?
The Bible sheds a little light on the subject. But I have a hunch that the library of Alexandria which was destroyed by fire the Invaders the first notably being Julius Ceasar in 48 BC had recorded documents about the pre-historic times. After 48 BC the remaining library was completely in two different events.
Why would leaders want to destroy a building full of old writings?
Perhaps recorded in those writings are some details of our discussion today the pre-historic world.
Children and adults alike love stories about dinosaurs. Many Christian parents find it challenging to reconcile the Genesis account of creation with the evolutionists' account that dinosaurs existed millions of years ago.
Join me when my guest, author Dellena Ludwig, shares her views on the Genesis account of creation and the flood that explains how dinosaurs fit into that picture. We will learn why she decided to write her children’s book, Where Did Dinosaurs Come From, and hear some highlights from it.
Joining host Kelly Scanlon is Scott Miller, CEO and co-founder of Dragon Innovation, to talk about how the company helps startups turn their product ideas into real products.
Scott has been fascinated by hardware since, as he puts it, he was old enough to hold a screwdriver. He's gone on to work on high efficiency robotic tunafish, life-size robotic dinosaurs for Disney Imagineering and robotic baby dolls for Hasbro.
He was also led the Roomba technical team and led the production of 3 million Roomba units.
Scott recognized that many entrepreneurs often fail going from prototype to high-volume production, so he co-founded Dragon Innovation. The company helps startups and hardware investors, primarily in the area of consumer electronics, progress from prototype to full production. The company also helps their clients navigate logistics, crowdfunding, manufacturing and sales.
Listen to more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon in the Smart Companies archives.
Having grown up in the midwest we are always proud to share many of the regions undiscovered treasures. On today's show, World Footprints will explore two state capitols--Indianapolis, Indiana and Lansing, Michigan (Tonya's hometown).
Indianapolis is home to the world's largest and the fourth oldest children's museum. Kim Harm from the museum will take us on a tour and share how a children's museum can change a child's life in unimaginable ways. She will also talk about some of their exciting international exhibits, including China's Terra Cotta Warriors.
From its opening in 1879, the Michigan State Capitol Building has served as the gateway to the Mid-Michigan region. Bolding standing in the heart of Lansing--Michigan's capitol city--the Capitol Building draws more than 100,000 visitors annually. This beautiful landmark is one of only 13 Capitol buildings nationwide--including the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC--that have been designated as a National Historic Landmark. We will tour the Capitol Building and hear stories of this remarkable historic structure with the Michigan Capitol's chief story teller, Matt Van Acker.
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