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Join The Smoking Glass Hour tonight at 7:30 PM CST as we talk one on one with Dr. Joshua Stockley, Associate Professor of Political Science at ULM and TV8 News Political Analyst.
Dr. Joshua P. Stockley is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He received his B.A. in History and Political Science at Oklahoma Baptist University and his Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. Prof. Stockley’s teaching and research cover American government, state and local politics, campaigns and elections, Southern politics, public policy, and public administration. His works have appeared in the Journals Race, Class, and Gender, Louisiana Progress, and Southern Political Report; as well as the edited volumes The Roads to Congress and Mediated Images of the South. Prof. Stockley appears frequently in newspapers, on radio, and on television stations in Louisiana and across the nation.
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The craziness we see on our planet is only intensifying! Among the topics that will be discussed on this week's Truth Perspective are: Mass protests in the West and the East, Israeli revisionism of the Holocaust, the US Government's Syria narrative, and dramatic Earth Changes in the form of the incredible increase in ice sheet size, deep crustal rumblings and fireballs galore. What do these developments point to? And what can we reasonably expect to happen in the coming months as a result? Join us as we examine the implications of the dramatic changes we're seeing this week on The Truth Perspective.
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Our next show will be about what we would like for the presidential candidates to talk about in the October debates. Naturally, science and economics are at the core of what we want discussed. Our topics will be policy on basic science funding and research, medicine and DARPA.
Mr. Kecher he science teacher with a great twist. This man is a real believer and he is not afraid to share who and what he believes in. Mr. Kecher buys and eats fast foods, he supports under privaledged children with a unique way of teaching, and he supports the communities where he lives and works
It's "Science News You Can Use" from Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.
Join us tonight for a "Best of" replay -- an enlightening show on heartbreak and how to recover from it, with science from both the human and animal world, laid out for you by science-based advice columnist and author Amy Alkon and animal behaviorist and author Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.
And don’t forget to buy our science-based and amusing books -- support our show while entertaining yourself and learning a thing or two to improve your life. Amy’s new book is "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" and Jennifer’s is "Wild Connection: What Animal Courtship and Mating Tell Us about Human Relationships."
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Join us Sunday night as we talk about major news and political events of the week, including the LAUSD school closure, the first Fed rate hike in over a decade, and the Sanders campaign fallout with the DNC. We will also have a panel of local political guests to give us their impression of the latest Presidential debates, including who they think won and who they believe should wrap up their campaigns.
We will also be starting our candidate spotlight segment as we kick-off the 2016 campaigning season. Our first guest will be Marcus Musante (D), who is running to replace Congressmember Janice Hahn as the representative for the 44th District, which includes Compton, Carson, Wilmington and most of San Pedro.
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From Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and Los Angeles Times contributor, Michael Hiltzik, the untold story of how science went “big:” built the bombs that helped win World War II, and became dependent on government and industry—and the forgotten genius who started it all, Ernest Lawrence.
Since the 1930s, the scale of scientific endeavors has grown exponentially. Machines have become larger, ambitions bolder. The first particle accelerator cost less than one hundred dollars and could be held in its creator’s palm, while its descendant, the Large Hadron Collider, cost ten billion dollars and is seventeen miles in circumference. Scientists have invented nuclear weapons, put a man on the moon, and examined nature at the subatomic scale—all through Big Science, the industrial-scale research paid for by governments and corporations that have driven the great scientific projects of our time.
The birth of Big Science can be traced to Berkeley, California, nearly nine decades ago, when a resourceful young scientist with a talent for physics and an even greater talent for promotion pondered his new invention and declared, “I’m going to be famous!” Ernest Orlando Lawrence’s cyclotron would revolutionize nuclear physics, but that was only the beginning of its impact. It would change our understanding of the basic building blocks of nature. It would help win World War II. Its influence would be felt in academia and international politics. It was the beginning of Big Science.
This is the incredible story of how one invention changed the world and of the man principally responsible for it all. Michael Hiltzik tells the riveting full story here for the first time. Audio edited/replaced Jan 17, 2016 11:45am pacific.
Aaron Coley also joins Team LeftJab’s Sarah Gruber on “The Sweet Science With Sarah” to talk about his recent win over Jeremy Ramos which brought his record to 12-1-1.Coley talks to Sarah about his win and what he wants to accomplish going forward in his career.
Andy Vences joins Team LeftJab's Sarah Gruber on "The Sweet Science With Sarah" to talk about his upcoming fight February 13 against Yardly Suarez.Vences gives a scouting report on Suarez and also looks back at his last fight, which was a KO win over Manuel Rojas.
The level of duplicity involved in deception is not a science for the inept Understanding the intricacies of process is extremely important in creating a scenario that is both palable and acceptable to the intended target. Process, in of itself,is necessary in setting up a catalyst which is indispensable to charting the correct couirse ensuring a visceral receptivity which is vital if disinformation is to adequately impact the mind(s) of the intended target Eventhough psyops operations are frauded upon in the borders of North Americs, this constitutional assurance has been largely abandoned as increasingly more and more political and/ or military leaders insist dilution of information is both desired and necessary Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State ,best sums it up when he says, " information is vital to popular movements" The implication being less information assures a compliant as well as docile population The impact is not only the problem of ill-informed electorate but the undermining of democracy
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