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With Chris away, Dan takes up hosting responsibilities as Liam and DownTheMannyRD Tom join him for Episode 25 of the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast. Quarter of a century, who'd have thought?
1) Blackburn Rovers 0-0 Bolton Wanderers
General thoughts on the game
The defence: Dorian Dervite, Prince-Desir Gouano, Lawrie Wilson, Dean Moxey
The midfield: Mark Davies and Neil Danns
Underperforming players: Gary Madine and Zach Clough
Unpleasant rumblings at Bolton during the week. Rumours of Phil Gartside leaving, spiralling debt, taking out loans, up for sale for £30m.
Being unable to afford Jordan Bowery
Signing Juan Manuel Casado
Oscar Threlkeld joining Plymouth Argyle
Andre Orlandi in on trial
Barry Bannan to Sheffield Wednesday
Will we sign anyone on Deadline Day?
3) Motherwell Preview
'Burnden Ace' song discussion
Why are we playing Motherwell?
Is a midseason friendly a good thing?
4) Question of the Week
Q: Would you accept a club rebrand if it meant guaranteed money and stability for Wanderers?
Stories from visiting Hull.
With the stark revelation of ancient archaeology on the planet Mars, first captured by the Viking 1 satellite in the late 1976, the evidence of a thriving civilization has evolved from simple surface images to rovers traveling across great expansions on the surface of the planet. Recently, a weapons expert and space scientist, Dr. John Brandenburg, discovered startling evidence of multiple nuclear explosions in the Utopia region of Mars, and highlighted his findings in a detailed report which he presented at the 46th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.
Brandenburg a plasma physicist, trained at the Lawrence Livermore National Labs in California, has revealed the terrifying evidence that two massive nuclear devices, each the size of a modern day skyscraper, were detonated in the atmosphere high above ground to have maximum effect on the surface population, in what he calculated was an event tens of millions of years ago.
Who were these beings, and why was someone trying to wipe them off the planet???
We now have substantial proof from military and the private sector that ancient archaeology is scattered in a number of locations on the surface of Mars. When will the United States Scientific community come clean and tell us what they no?
The time has come for disclosure. This is the first step.
The #LOVpod returns on time this week, as Chris, Dan and Tom Molloy bring you all the latest Bolton Wanderers chat and debate.
Segment One: Bolton v Nottingham Forest
Dougie Freedman's reception
Neil Lennon's tactics
Alex Finney and Jamie Thomas
Stephen Dobbie's goal
Segment Two: Blackburn Rovers Preview
Burnden Aces Song
Thoughts on Blackburn game, team selection
Question of the week
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Join Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen on From The Touchline in Seattle as they take you through the week of world soccer. Things heat up in England and there is promotion and relegation to be had this weekend. Will it be Steve Bruce and Hull City or Newcastle that drop out of the Premier League? With Bristol Rovers winning at Wembley last week to crawl out of the Conference, who will it be this week? Will it be Middlesbrough or Norwich City that return to the riches of the Premier League? With the end of any European Football season comes the beauty of transfer rumours and we have them all. Where will Sterling end up? Falcao? De Gea to Real? And which coaches will see the sack first? We'll also take a look at the MLS , the Europa League Final and of course find out who makes Heinzo's World XI.
It's the second edition of the LOVPod! Chris Manning, Dan Murphy, and Dennis Chase are back again along with Lion of Vienna Suite contributor Lee Tennant. You already read their thoughts about Bolton Wanderers on the SB Nation network, now you can listen to the boys talk about last week's loss to Blackburn, the recent win over Millwall, and this week's visit to Ipswich.
The Mars Rover has been on the red planet for a while and has sent back some revealing data which we will review.
Nearly everyone on the planet has heard of the XPrize, which has spawned hi-tech competitions with multi-million dollar prizes for everything from fuel efficient vehicles to sub-orbital spacecraft. However, in what must be the XPrize that is by far the most "Out There," the race is on as hree-dozen teams are vying to become the first private enterprises to land a rover on the moon. The winner takes home $30 million. In fact, the Google Lunar XPrize competition has recently heated up with one competitor, Team Astrobotic collecting a three quarters of a million dollar "Milestone Prize" for overcoming key technical risks in the areas of imaging and mobility. XPrize may announce more Milestone winners in the coming weeks, if other teams can prove their rovers are on track to land on the moon by December 31, 2016. What we will explore in this episode is the history of the XPrize as well as this current round of utter lunacy.
Anand is currently studying for his Masters in Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University, ASU. He graduated from Modern Education Society’s College of Engineering, Pune, India and worked as a research assistance at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India and as a graduate research assistance at The Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University Anand is a member of MarsWithoutBorders and MarsTracASU as the robotics engineer The MarsTrac and different parts of it are designed in modular way so that they can be taken in parts to distant exploration mission and be able to assemble easily with simple nut and bolts. This is really helpful in terms of space require to transport the MarsTrac, the parts can be just stacked together and opened up at the mission site to be ready to assemble in less time.