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It's a shorty! The EPL is raring to go, so Daryl and Taylor make their Very Specific Predictions for Manchester United vs Swansea City and Liverpool vs Southampton.
In this episode, we first looked back at the Fulham loss to Manchester City. In the second half of the show, we previewed the upcoming match on Sunday against Southampton.
We were also joined by Simon Peach of the Press Association during the show to help us preview the match on Sunday. Please do take a listen.
One of the Worlds' greatest archaeological mysteries, one which has excited man's imagination for countless centuries, is whether ancient Sea Peoples from the Old World were actually able, and did, cross the Oceans to make contact and trade with the indigenous populations of the New World.
Ample evidence in the way of seeds, fruits, pollen, flaura and fauna - even the occasional human skeleton - and inscriptions suggest some form of contact but there has never been absolute, substantiated proof of a diffusion between Nations of the Old and New World.
The Author's tenacious and relentless belief that a Culture other than the Nasca constructed the 'Nasca Lines' archaeological monument had an unexpected twist - his discovery of a massive Phoenician inscription actually enscribed within the 'Nasca Lines' itself.
Then discovery of a colossal rock sculpture in the form of a 'Sacred Lamb' surrounded by Phoenician inscriptions rapidly moved the research area into the High Altiplano of the Southern Andes Mountains: there the author discovered an ancient astronomical observatory, a vast Landscape Planetarium, a Scriptorium - the largest area of ground based Phoenician inscriptions ever found in Peru, a Plaza of rock carved Human Heads and finally the coup d'grace - a 300 kilometer "Great Highway" embellished with human head statues, gorgons,carvings of flaura and fauna and an abundance of Phoenician inscriptive material.
William James Veall was educated at The Queen Mary Grammar School, Basingstoke, England. He studied engineering at Basingstoke and Southampton Colleges of Technology, and read Environmental Science, Archaeology and Spanish at the University of Southampton, UK.
Tonight your host and Medium Pamela Marie Edmunds interviews Medium and Paranormal Investigator Joe Giaquinto. They will be discussing how Joe brings his mediumship and paranormal Investigating together.
More About Joe Giaquinto;
By day, Joe Giaquinto is a computer geek—at night, Joe is a ghost hunter. A spiritual medium, photographer and artist, he has experienced paranormal phenomena for over twenty years. Joe’s first official ghostly encounter occurred in upstate New York, when he unknowingly moved into a haunted boarding house. When Joe also discovered he was a clairaudient medium and could hear the voices of spirit, he decided to use his gifts to research the paranormal field and provide readings for groups and individuals.
Joe graduated Adelphi University, Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Broadcast Communications. His professional memberships, past and present, include the American Society for Psychical Research, Association TransCommunication, Forever Family Foundation, Board of Directors, Hampton Bays Historical Society, First Parish Church Spiritual Renewal Center, East End Arts Council and the Southampton Artists Association. Joe owns the Ghost Hunters of Long Island—a paranormal research team; he specializes in spirit photography and Electronic Voice Phenomena —the recorded voices of spirits.
Joe has collaborated on several projects, including two books on ghosts and a TV show pilot with author and historian Kerriann Flanagan Brosky. He has appeared on local cable TV channels and newspapers including Channel 21, News12–Long Island, Channel 55, Plum TV, Newsday and the Southampton Press. Joe has given lectures for professional organizations, such as the Huntington Historical Society and the Ward Melville Heritage Organization, as well as hosting online forums about ghostly topics. He blogs for Patch.com and also produces the Kerriann and Joe Show.
Jack and Robert open by talking the news of the firings of Ian Culverhous and Gary Karsa. Then we take a look at Aston Villa's dismal performance against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park last weekend. Was it Paul Lambert's worst performance as manager of the club?
And what if Randy Lerner actually did sell the club? Would that help or hurt?
Finally, our look at this weekend's important match against Southampton. After beating the Saints at St. Mary's 3-2 earlier in the season, can Villa use them to get back on the winning track again?
Clifford Johnson is an English theoretical physicist and professor at the University of Southern California. His work on string theory makes him the perfect candidate to explain what it all means in understandable terms.
He earned his BS from Imperial college, London in 1989 and PhD from University of Southampton, England in 1992. He has distinguished himself by being frequeantly featured on the TV series, The Universe. He has amassed a substantial list of publications.
He received the 2005 Maxwell Medal and Prize from the Institute of Physics for his outstanding contribution to string theory and related theories. He was also recognized by the National Science Foundation in 1997. His work is revealed in his web site: http://asymptotia.com/
Please join Professor Johnson, Melissa and me Monday, April 28, 2014 at 8 pm EDT for an illuminating discussion of string theory.
Finding Your Ancestors in the Freedmen Bureau Records between 1865-1872.
Selma Stewart will discuss and provide examples of what is available and how to use Virginia Freedmen Bureau Records that are digitized and available on-line at www. FamilySearch.org.
Selma Stewart is an avid family researcher and genealogist. She is the current President of the Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society Hampton Roads Chapter and serves on the Board of the Virginia Genealogical Society. In addition, she is the former National 2000-2002 Corresponding Secretary for Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society. Her work on numerous transcription projects include the Brantley Association Southampton County Virginia Project and Whispers from the Dust - Virginia Freedmen's Project Freedmen Bureau Record Group 105.
Theme music - Sweet Mello Spice by composer / producer Alvin K. Alexander. (Pianist Ayako Higuchi)
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