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Russell continues Seas vs Oceans
Join us on Sunday 6/8/2014, as we cover the weeks news in review for Jamaica. We will also be discussing the article from June 4th from the Gleaner entitled "Don't count hub chickens before they are hatched" An interview with Rodolfo Sabonge, fomer excutive V.P. of Planning & Development for the Panama Canal Authority and Associate professor and researcher at the Universidad Santa Maria la Antigua.
We will be playing Know Your Jamaica & Fun unknown facts at the top of the hour. Join in the fun!
The second hour of the show we will be talking about World Oceans Day. This years theme: "Together we have the power to protect the ocean". We want you to tell us what that means to you and how we go about doing this together.
With Hosts: Ray Fitzgerald, Aven Peralto Nichols & Steven Smith
Our Web Site:http://www.noportongoatisland.com/
Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/groups/no.onportgoatisland/
Petition to say NO! port on Goat Islands/PBPA, Jamaica: http://chn.ge/1ecZdCO
Calling for oceans of violet flame this Earth Day, to transmute the pollution of fire, air, water and earth and inspire creative solutions in the consciousness of all who can respond.
On this special episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex and Aquatic Doctor Russell Sakay will be celebrating World's Ocean Day! Russell will explain what this day is and the importance of this day for our world's Oceans!!!!! If you love Oceans, then you will want to tune in this show! Learn how to preserve our oceans and keep them nice and bright!
Feel free to call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 to ask questions or share your thoughts on the Oceans!!!
Tonight on "Green Talk Live & More" the topic of discussion is the oceans. With so much damage being done to the planet and its oceans, who knows what the future of the oceans are and if it's not bright, then what does that say about the future of mankind? There's no denying that the oceans are crucial to our existence and tonight on Green Talk Live, the Chefs will be breaking it all down.
In this second episode of Legendary Radio, Jake Curnow will be discussing more video game related news right at the beginning of the show, but will also cover recent news such as the theory of oceans "hiding" inside of the Earth, scientists creating real life hoverboards, invisibility, finger print cloning and the hollow earth. Jake will also be talking about possible future guests that he would like to interview on Legendary Radio and talking briefly about some of their work.
Their mission: To eliminate plastic pollution through research education and direct action.
The Clean Oceans Project (TCOP) is a 501c3 marine environmental non-profit organization in Santa Cruz, California with a vision of an ocean free of plastic pollution. Our scientific response to plastic accumulation in the oceans locates plastic debris concentrations, removes it from the environment with minimal impact and processes it into fuel to run the operation. TCOP programs begin with education and training to create efficient and effective teams for future expeditions to document and remove plastic from remote environments.
Jim “Captain Homer” Holm has over 30 years in the maritime trades on various configurations of sail and motor craft including private luxury yachts, sport fishing vessels, grand prix racing sailboats, marine research vessels, square-rigged training ships and fast rescue boats.
He has crossed the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, transited the Panama Canal and voyaged between California, Hawaii and Pacific islands including French Polynesia, Fiji, Vanuatu, Australia, New Zealand and the Marshall Islands.
His management experience includes developing and operating acclaimed marine environmental educational programs for clients including O’Neill International and Monterey Bay Aquarium as well as building and managing rental housing in California and Arkansas and conducting successful fundraisers for Autism in Santa Cruz, Ca.
As Director of “The Clean Oceans Project” Homer assembled the technology and techniques to locate and harvest plastic debris from the marine environment and recycle it into fuel to power the operation.
Homer has been involved in watersports since youth and is an active surfer, paddler, sailor and diver and has emergency medical training.
Sierra Goodman truly follows and lives her dreams. From her ocean front rainforest property on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, she inspires thousands of people daily with her unique insight, clarity, wisdom and humor. Sierra teaches us about living the authentic human experience with ease and joy. www.iam-iam-iam.com, She shares insights on her beloved family, the dolphins and whales.
She also has the JOB (Joy of Being) of facilitating life-changing trips by taking humans to swim with and experience the unbounded Joy and Love of the wild dolphins and whales. Learn more about swimming with the dolphins and whales and read about Sierra's deep connections with them: www.divinedolphin.com.
Sierra’s wisdom has perpetuated the creation of the Oceans of Inspiration series of products including her book by the same name featuring her Heart-Inspired quotes with your favorite Oceans of Inspiration quotes.
Sierra hears and follows her inner guidance and intuition and takes inspired action on the messages, or Echoes of the Heart, that she receives. With a lot of quiet time in nature to her ability to connect deeply with ‘All That Is’ and express what she hears in words that inspire others. It’s always a win-win when we follow our highest good & express our authentic selves freely and with love and joy.
Sierra is also a co-author of the bestselling Dolphins and Whales Forever.
Jordan Burton “Young Oceans”, was born in St. Louis, Missouri on February 1st 1994. He was enrolled into performance art and magnet schools from adolescence, so making music has always been in his life. At the age of 17, after many musicals and plays, Jordan decided he would pursue a rap career. Since this epiphany Jordan has recorded a full length album entitled, NoDazeOff, and many other tracks with Solo Music Productions. Oceans has opened up for Logic, C dot Castro, Juicy J and Common. He is in the process of getting visuals shot for his upcoming EP’s, Baptizeee and the Blackside. Oceans has a vast fan base being that he was born and raised in St. Louis, but has lived in the DMV area for the past 7 years. He has performed at various events throughout the DMV area, including, University of Maryland and Towson University. In 2015 besides his own releases, Oceans looks forward to spearheading the 20NVR movement, whether it be producing tracks, promotions, or making music himself.
ON THIS EPISODE: Tonight Stephanie Lodge is joined by renowned author, teacher/lecturer, radio host and spiritual gide to the sacred sites of the Earth, Patricia Cori. She'll be sharing her insights on the world's oceans and the majesty and music of the whales and all cetaceans as we explore the subject of her first fiction book, "The Emissary" (available on Amazon), which has already been optioned as a feature film. You can find more about Patricia and her life's work on her website.
This is “Angels in the Buff”, an engaging talk show hour filled with the wisdom and laughter of Stephanie Lodge, who considers herself an Angelologist or 'spiritual scientist' connected to the "Universal Intelligence of Source Love" - what she defines Angelic as. This gives her a unique perspective as she investigates the evolution of universal awareness through her interviews with top authors, healers and teachers in spirituality and wellness today.
Produced and Hosted by Stephanie Lodge.
Music and voiceover: Jason Michael Henson.
August first is a special day to hundrends of children, oceans of friends, goo goubs of relatives and a host of neighbors and church folks who remember a lady who never forgot anyone. Inez McClure, mother of ten children uncountable grand, great grand and great great great grand. We share this tribute to you with love. You raised us well. We believe we have made you proud of each and every one of us. You were with us through thick and thin to put it briefly and we truly thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We all know you because from generation to generation we share your history. Your favorite saying was and still is sho nuf. Celebrate your heavenly spirit you are the only candel lit to still guide us. Happy Birthday Mamal. from Dede, yonnie, ellis, marvin, roland,rudy, daryl,don, cheryl and all off spring.
The ornately colored sea anemone (uh-NEM-uh-nee) is named after the equally flashy terrestrial anemone flower. A close relative of coral and jellyfish, anemones are stinging polyps that spend most of their time attached to rocks on the sea bottom or on coral reefs waiting for fish to pass close enough to get ensnared in their venom-filled tentacles.
Their bodies are composed of an adhesive pedal disc, or foot, a cylindrical body, and an array of tentacles surrounding a central mouth. The tentacles are triggered by the slightest touch, firing a harpoon-like filament into their victim and injecting a paralyzing neurotoxin. The helpless prey is then guided into the mouth by the tentacles.
There are more than 1,000 sea anemone species found throughout the world’s oceans at various depths, although the largest and most varied occur in coastal tropical waters. They run the full spectrum of colors and can be as small as half an inch (1.25 centimeters) or as large as 6 feet (1.8 meters) across.