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  • 00:42


    in Religion

    We create our environments THEN our environments create us!

    We live in a vibrational universe and we are vibrational beings. We are energy beings with consciousness and wisdom of our own.

    If you are designed and you are put on earth to be one of the world’s greatest quantum energy computer processor generators, the problem is, over the course of growing up you gain “viruses” as you grow up that block this energy; it messes up the electromagnetic field. If you learn to clear this energy it would begin to function at the level it was truly designed to function at.

    The cell is a part of the system that sends and receives the signal into the field and forms the DNA. You can reprogram your DNA and broadcast a new signal to the universe if you like. This was discovered in 1985. The cell is a liquid crystal semi-conductor with gates and channels, like a computer chip. The old belief was the cell nucleus was read only, in that the DNA told the cell what to do or what it was going to be.

  • 02:01

    Computer America - Intel; Cyber Black Ops

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one: Intel.  Chris Walker, Intel's vice president and general manager of the notebook product group.

    Intel is our guest today in this Intel Sponsor Hour!  Each month, we have an Intel representative speaking on new Intel products, services and news stories!  Today, we have Chris Walker to discuss what Intel is doing with their 6th Generation Core processor and what it will mean to you.


    Hour two: Cyber Black Ops.  Sean Galliher, CEO

    Today we'll hear all about Fire Dragon, a Network intrusion detection system or NIDS.  It's an independent platform that identifies intrusions by examining network traffic and monitors multiple hosts. NIDS gain access to network traffic by connecting to a network hub, switch configured for port mirroring or a network tap. In a NIDS, sensors are placed at choke points in the network, often in the network “demilitarized zone” or at network borders. Sensors capture all network traffic and analyze the content of individual packets for malicious traffic.

  • 01:00

    Seafood myths and misconceptions

    in Health

    Dana Laake and her special guest Jeff Moore will discuss seafood myths and misconceptions.

    Jeff Moore is the president of International Pacific Seafoods, Inc., a specialty importer, processor and trader of premium quality seafood to the foodservice and retail segments. The company’s mission is to provide the finest seafood for a culinary experience that is not only fabulous and memorable, but so fantastic that their customers cannot wait to share the secret to their fabulous meals with their friends.

  • 00:19

    Update on the State of the Existential Psychoanalytic Institute & Society

    in Psychology

    We at the radio show wanted to take a break from our theoretical exploration and give our listeners an update on the state of the institute.  Tune in and enjoy!

  • 00:46

    More Discussion on the Meta-Existential of Transcendence

    in Psychology

    Join us for discussion of the meta-existential of transcendence, as part of our larger conversation of the topology of the self.  This is foundational to later discussion about violence and reverence.

  • 00:46

    Onto-Topology: A Trans-Humanism

    in Psychology

    Please join us for more exploration of new possibilities for the self in an uncertain world.

  • 00:55

    Steven M. Rosen, Integrative Journey through Alchemical Dimensions

    in Psychology

    In the Preface to his latest book, Dreams, Death, Rebirth: A Topological Odyssey into Alchemy's Hidden Dimensions, Steven Rosen states: "Our greatest certainty and greatest mystery is our mortality. In this book, I explore the subject of death and rebirth from a philosophical perspective that addresses the question of human identity. What death and its possible survival mean to us depends on the meaning of “us”—they depend, that is, on what we assume to be the boundaries and limits of our being." Steve's work in this and his previous books is some of the most profound I have read. He draws upon the topological structures of the Mobius strip, the Klein bottle, and others to help us understand the truly paradoxical connection we have to other forms of life--the animal, vegetable, and mineral realms--which are not "out there" but "in here," in us. This book integrates the work of thinkers and paradigms that are not often integrated, including, Jean Gebser, C.G. Jung, alchemy, and topology.  And Steve's personal dreams are used to illustrate and deepen the ideas.  Truly a one of a kind journey!


    Check out his website http://embodyingcyberspace.com

    Link to Amazon.com to get the book

  • 00:47

    Probing into the Phenomenology of Violence and Reverence

    in Psychology

    Please join us for investigations into the onto-topology of the human anthropology that leads to both reverence and violence.  

  • 02:01

    Hard Starboard Radio: April Fool!

    in Politics Conservative

    Really, I meant to have a complete computer disaster that wiped out the entire podcast today.  It was deliberate.  It was calculated.  I just wanted you to BELIEVE that there would be the usual two-hour excursion in blogcasting excellence.  But this is what I was plotting to spring on you all along.

    As penance for my despicable processor, here's last year's April Fools Day episode.  At least everything was working a year ago.


  • 00:52

    Leveling the Media Playing Field: Interview With Oscar/Emmy Winner Ron Grant

    in Entertainment

    Rez and Andy welcome Oscar and Emmy winner Ron Grant.  Ron has over 25 years experience in film and television and was instrumental in changing the Emmy nomination process to make it more inclusive and fair.  He talks about the changes they made and how the industry is changing and being transformed by independent film and content producers.

    Ron Grant won an OSCAR Award and an Emmy for Outstanding Scientific Achievement for the development of a film music software system called Auricle: The Film Composer's Time Processor. Ron has scored hundreds of film and television projects and numerous commercials totaling nearly 48 hours of continuous music. He has been at the podium conducting over 100 of his orchestral scores with some of the best studio musicians and finest recording facilities in LA such as The Newman Stage at 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, Paramount, ToddA-O and Sony/MGM. 

    Ron also has served as Governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' Music Division from 1996-2000, and currently sits on the Board of Directors of The Society of Composers and Lyricists. 

    In 2006, Ron started his own boutique animation company – Big Balloon Animation. Using the knowledge gleaned from his years of animation scoring, he began to write and produce educational products for the preschool market.

  • 00:30

    Is Your Credit Card Processor Ripping You Off?

    in Business

    Discover how to find out if your credit card processor is ripping you off and what you can do to save 30% without switching processors. Along with New York Time Best-Selling Author, Brian Tracey, Jared Sparr has co-authored the book Credit Card Processing for Sales Agents. If this book sounds familiar to you, it is because it is used as the go-to Training Guide by processors worldwide to train their staff. Join me as I interview Jared Sparr who promised to share his fascinating insider secrets to credit card processing every business owner should hear.