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This week on Think Atheist Radio we feature our chat with Dr. Massimo Pigliucci. Dr. Pigluicci is the Department of Philosophy Chair at the City University New York- Lehman College. A double PhD– one from biology from the University of Connecticut and one in the philosophy of science from the University of Tennessee– plus a doctorate in genetics from the University of Ferrara, Italy, he is a prominent skeptic, atheist, and critic of Intelligent Design/creationism and a proponent of scientific materialism. He has published numerous journal articles himself while also being the Editor in Chief of the journal Philosophy & Theory in Biology. He is the author of a catalog of great books including Evolution: The Extended Synthesis (co-written with Gerd B. Müller), Nonsense on Stilts: How to Tell Science From Bunk, and Tales of the Rational: Skeptical Essays on Nature and Science. His newest book, Answers for Aristotle– the topic of our conversation– is a discussion of how philosophy and science work together (indeed, are mutually indispensable) to inform a good, moral, and fulfilling life. During our chat with Dr. Pigliucci we touched on free will, political philosophy, ethics and the evolution of morality, plus more! Join us!
It's a pre-season extravaganza, it's a bumper five-man show, it's the return of special guest, Bolton News chief football writer, Mr. Marc Iles. And it's bloody long, but also bloody fantatsic.
It's so long in fact, that we've had to split the show into two parts, the first of which is available for listening now, with the scond coming on Wednesday.
Host Chris is joined by Marc, stand in Tech Wizard Rob, the maverick Liam O'Meara and, making his debut, U21 correspondent Tom Molloy.
The first lengthy segment of Part I was discussing everything of note from the last two friendlies of pre-season, against Port Vale and Charlton Athletic. Talk of Gary Madine, Filip Twardzik, Derik Osede, Tim Ream, Andy Kellett, Josh Vela, Zach Clough and many more was in abundance.
Next up was a round up of all the news that's occured over the past week. Starting witht the soon to be announced triple signing of Lawrie Wilson, Stephen Dobbie and Emile Heskey. Next up was the potential signing of Italian right back Francesco Pisano, acompanied by the denial of any interest in fellow contryman Massimo Coda. Rob Hall's departure was discussed before briefly touching on the new away kit.
But my words don't do it justice, make sure you listen to the first half of this facinating podcast.
Listen in as we have the newest and best peice of equipment about to hit the American shore in 2015 the ghostark. It takes the place of all your equipment into one module . We are happy to Have on the founder and ghost ark expert Alessandro Valerini and founder Massimo Rossi. (Blog.ghostark.com) . Massimo has been theorizing and experimenting with the Paranormal for over 30 years. He is poet,Librarian . He is an expert in ancient books, autographs,and manuscripts he was born in Venice Italy. Alessandro Valerini is a ghostark expert he just recently got into the paranormal research field.
go to blog.ghostark.com to learn more about Alessandro
Friday, April 10th 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Find out what the newest paranormal technology coming from Italy is all about. This amazing piece of equipment called "GhostArk" is the Worlds First All-In-One Paranormal Investigating Equipment. The Ghostark captures and provides the following:
White Noise Developer
Night Vision Light
Join Anthony and Luci as we speak with CEO Massimo Rossi and PR Alessandro Valerani and learn more about this new technology, imprtance of low frequency, Italian Paranormal Research and how you can get a GhostArk for yourself.
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The greek poet ILIAS FOUKIS , was born on 20 August 1969 in Ioannina in Epirus in northwestern Greece. Began to write poetry since 1988 when he was student in the Lyceum. Published volume of poetry THE TESTAMENT OF A LESSER GOD , which has been translated into ten languages ??including English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, etc.. Has won literary awards - OSCAR DE DOS OURO VENCEDORES, Brazil 2012 - MASSIMO D'AZEGLIO, Italy, 2012, 2013 - CIT
A DEL GALATEO, Italy in 2013. His poem titled YOUNG GREEK SOLITARY was included in Poetry Anthology - U.S. Library of Congress. Works and lives in Athens.
We are back ! After a bit of a rest, we are once again broadcasting live from Bluff Park.
LT Snyder of Desmo Times will share with us his thoughts on the substantial, game- changing contributions to motorcycling of the recently departed Massimo Tamburini.
Ideum. Jim Spadaccini, Founder and Creative Director.
Ideum has been a pioneer in the development of multitouch and multiuser exhibits, developing both the software and hardware for these unique visitor experiences. Ideum offers a range of multitouch hardware solutions to meet the need of any exhibition or installation space. They offer a variety of multitouch tables and touch wall products. In addition, they can design custom touch tables, touch walls, kiosks, and other types of computer-based installations and environments. They have been designing and building multitouch tables since 2008.
Luna. Massimo Andreasi Bassi, Co-Founder and CTO.
Luna is the first mattress cover that can warm your bed, automatically track sleep and intelligently wake you up. On its own, Luna learns your regular bedtime and sets your bed to a comfortable temperature to help you fall asleep faster. Luna tracks the quality of your sleep including sleep phases, heart rate, and breathing rate, without you having to wear anything to bed. Luna combines this knowledge about your night with information about your day and uses those insights to recommend what works best for your sleep.
IL GIORNALISTA SANDRO RAVAGNANI CONDUCE COFFEE SQUARE CON LA PARTECIPAZIONE DI MASSIMO CERBERA DIRETTORE DELLA FOTOGRAFIA, PRODUTTORE E IDEATORE DEL NUOVO REALITY SUL TANGO ARGENTINO
IL GIORNALISTA SANDRO RAVAGNANI INTERVISTA QUESTA MATTINA PER COFFEE SQUARE IL MANAGER MASSIMO MALTESE DA MIAMI CI PARLA DELLA MODA PROVENIENTE DA TUTTO IL MONDO. LA SIGLA E DELLA BAND QUISISONA.
The Art Show Host: Jacqueline Ripstein - Duration: 1 Hour
Massimo Barbato - A futuristic Author that opens new realms for us,...MASSIMO IS not just a writer, he s a visionary, in this amazing creative book Artificial Intelligence (AI) – you will be amazed about how technology can affect our living... He makes us aware of how quickly we are approaching a tipping point, where it is not only humans that will make decisions about how we run our society, but the machines created by them...
Creativity, Healing, Spirituality & Peace
Conscious. Body. Movement. - Hosts: Greg Dyer and Merlijn Wolsink Duration: 1 Hour
What is Conscious. Body. Movement.?
It is a way of shifting the thoughts about our bodies and what we do with them, for them and to them. It's about learning to listen to your body again for what it desires and requires. It's about loving your body!
Health & Healing in the MBS - Host: Judy Graybill - Duration: 1 Hour
Dr. Brian King about how to get through the challenges of parenting children with Autism.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus will speak on the topic "The Universe as a Simulation." Some philosophers and even some physicists believe this may in fact be true. Even Hollywood has touched on the hypothesis via blockbuster movies such as "The Matrix" where humanity is cognitively enslaved in a simulation of the universe.
Are we a "brain in a vat?"
Are we really here or projections on a machine?
Is what we call reality in fact a "Sims game" of sort?
Who made this simulation?
What powers this simulation?
Is this even possible?
Does this prove God exists?
Sacerdotus will touch on these questions and more in this program using philosophy of science paradigms and physics.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the topic of Religion as Child Abuse. Atheists such as Richard Dawkins and Sacerdotus' own former professor, Massimo Pigliucci have often commented that Religion is Child Abuse. They claim that ideas such as hell, condemnation or merely teaching children about God, Angels etc is a form of mental abuse.
Sacerdotus counters these ideas and shows how they are fallacious and contradict psychology. He demonstrates how these comments regarding Religion as Child Abuse are said in ignorance and spite in order to bait and offend those with religious beliefs.
Ironically, Richard Dawkins received criticism for his remarks from other atheists as well who describe his comments as being "beneath him" and make him look like a parody. Conflating religion with child abuse is offensive to those who have experienced real child abuse.
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