• 02:01

    Episode 35 – William Dranginis - Bigfoot Encounters & Technological Research

    in Science

    Tonight we’ll be speaking with William Dranginis. William has worked for 22 years in the surveillance industry under government contract so he has been able to familiarize himself with some of the most cutting edge technology and hardware in the fields of surveillance, thermography, 3D printing, forensics, drones, and much more. He uses these acquired skills to aid him in his research that is directed towards producing scientifically repeatable evidence for the existence of the creature known as Bigfoot. William had a few encounters with Bigfoot throughout the years, the first of which happened in 1995 in the presence of 2 FBI agents. We’ll be discussing his experience in technology, his encounters, and some of the people that he has worked and had correspondence with such as world renowned anthropologist and primatologist, Jane Goodall. Please join us for what is sure to be a fascinating conversation.      

  • 00:32

    Are You Prepared for Technological Extinction?

    in Internet

    Everywhere you look online there are cutting edge technologies and devices that are promising to revolutionize the way we work the web.  Everything from smartwatches to computerized glasses are all the rage right now, along with all manner of wearable devices.  Some of these technologies may indeed prove to be game changers, producing a sea change that will leave more mundane technologies in their wake.  Others will wind up in the hi-tech bone heap.  Either way, as changes come at us faster and faster, we need to find a way to deal with technological extinction, or as I like to call it, "Survival of the fastest."

  • 00:52

    Man and Machine: How Wide the Divide? -- Write Stuff -- 3/3/2014

    in Radio

    Last week, we attempted to do this show but had a number of technical difficulties. Whoever said God has a sense of humor hit it on the nail. Imagine the irony! Well, we're going to try again this week so join us.

    It's the stuff of sci-fi -- when man and machine combine so perfectly it creates a whole new being - a cybernetic organism where the artificial implants and the natural impulses fight for dominance. This is when speculative fiction really comes to play as we express ideas and thought about this unique quality of man's intelligence and the machines we create to serve us.

    In today's world, we see an increasing dependence on technology and machinery to make our lives easier, our work faster, our interactions more spontaneous, and increase the quality of our lives. From pacemakers, to prosthetic limbs, and chips to be implanted in us to track us, one has to wonder how wide is the divide between man and machine?

    Will this dependence affect our free will? Can we eventually 'turn off' the sectors in our brain to stop us from making bad choices? If we want our children to have certain color eyes, we can manipulate the genes to do that and come with the child of our design. With all these possibilities, how will it affect our thoughts on faith, morals, and values? Will we be overridden by the machine someday and...”sin no more?”

    Join me for this fascinating discussion with author Frank Creed. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Tune in!

  • 00:24

    Man and Machine: How Wide the Divide? -- Write Stuff -- 2/24/2015

    in Radio

    It's the stuff of sci-fi -- when man and machine combine so perfectly it creates a whole new being - a cybernetic organism where the artificial implants and the natural impulses fight for dominance. This is when speculative fiction really comes to play as we express ideas and thought about this unique quality of man's intelligence and the machines we create to serve us.

    In today's world, we see an increasing dependence on technology and machinery to make our lives easier, our work faster, our interactions more spontaneous, and increase the quality of our lives. From pacemakers, to prosthetic limbs, and chips to be implanted in us to track us, one has to wonder how wide is the divide between man and machine?

    Will this dependence affect our free will? Can we eventually 'turn off' the sectors in our brain to stop us from making bad choices? If we want our children to have certain color eyes, we can manipulate the genes to do that and come with the child of our design. With all these possibilities, how will it affect our thoughts on faith, morals, and values? Will we be overridden by the machine someday and...”sin no more?”

    Join me for this fascinating discussion with author Frank Creed. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Tune in!

  • 01:00

    Chef Rob and The Fernman

    in Sports

    Chef Rob and the Fern man try to overcome their technological issues to bring you the day in sports.

  • 00:30

    Massive Clean Up PT. V- The Truth is That Technological "Progress" Has Proven ?

    in Entertainment

    The truth is has the technological "progress" of humanity has proven disastrous in many ways? The steps we take to control the environment does that help to improve our health ? What are the unforeseen side-effects that make problems for us? Rapid transportation systems have we lost our ability to run and walk long distances? What and where is technology taking us? Listen in on the Show/  with your host Das with Psychic World/  email your questions to   bright_ann@ymail.com Thank You!

  • 00:30

    FORBES 1 of 8 Noteworthy Reads: Decision-Making for Dummies

    in Entrepreneur

    Did you know there are 10 ways to improve your decision-making ability? Why is this important to you, the entrepreneur? Because, you want to refine leveraging your time to increase revenue and value for those you serve? Hot off the press – Decision-Making for Dummies is our focus in the next 30 minutes


    Author, Dawna Jones releases Decision Making for Dummies book releases this month. It provides an antidote to decision-making for everyone bombarded by technological, environmental and social changes today.


     

  • 00:30

    The Culture of Collaboration

    in Business

    Our world has dramatically changed and we live in a culture where a new and innovative generation is resisting the legacy ways of control and command type leadership and the unhealthy cultures which foster them.


    The aspirational leaders of our future are being educated to flee environments that do not champion think tank mentalities, trust, empowerment, values based leadership and learning based experiences


    The forthcoming health of our globes business, political, technological and social wellbeing, will be solved, not by ego maniacs or self-absorbed executives but by compassionate, well-disciplined and like-minded leaders that value the innovative thoughts, lifestyles and diversity of the human being. Those that possess the humility, self-confidence and courage to allow the wisdom of those they have been blessed to lead will be the subject of the next generation of books about our world’s greatest leaders.


    Please join Daniel and Johnnie for an enlightening conversation with Mr. Henning Morales, the CEO of eWorld Companies, Inc., and the upcoming Ascent Expo in Los Angeles. He will share his passion and the inspiration that motivated him to bring together a noteworthy collection of individuals and organizations from diverse backgrounds and industries, the cultural game changers of this generation. These like-minded entrepreneurs and leaders represent philanthropists, innovators, commerce and conscious companies who thrive in the belief that together we will accomplish our greatest feats yet.


     

  • 00:28

    Deadly Force

    in Education

    A police officer can use force to overcome resistance and to defend him or herself. The evolution of the use of force in the United States, and in particular deadly force, has been influenced by at least three factors. The first factor is the law. Most famously, the United States Supreme Court in Tennessee V Garner introduced the dual concepts of Necessary and Reasonable. The second factor has been technological change. In the arena of deadly force, police officers have access to more powerful weapons and weapons with high-capacity magazines. Additionally, a number of less-than-lethal options have been introduced in the last three decades. Lastly, changes in the law and the introduction of new weapons systems have led to a revolution in police training. In many instances and in addition to basic marksmanship training given at a firing range, police officers in the 21st Century are also trained via real-life “shoot-don’t-shoot” exercises and simulators. All of these factors have led to greater public and administrative expectations of police officers when they are faced with use of force situations.


    Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) a international expert in police policy and practices will explore the various factors in the evolution of law enforcement’s use of deadly force.

  • 00:42

    Nabwic Talks with: Councilman William Bishop

    in Women

    William Bishop, AIA is vice president of Akel, Logan and Shafer, Architects and
    Planners, a 50-plus year old Jacksonville architectural firm. He is a graduate of
    Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture
    and of University of Detroit Mercy with Master of Architecture and MBA
    degrees. He has been active in Jacksonville and Florida both professionally
    and in the civic arena for over 25 years.


    Bill is a two-term Jacksonville City Council Member and served as Council President in 2012/13.
    He served as chair of the Rules Committee in 2011/12 and led the city's redistricting process
    required by the 2010 census in the least contentions manner in 20 years. Bill was also actively
    involved in the effort to bring the USS Charles Adams to Jacksonville as a naval ship museum.


    Akel Logan Shafer PA


    704 Rosselle Street


    Jacksonville, Florida 32204


    Tel:  904.356.2654


    wbishop@alsarchitects.com

  • 01:01

    Shrine of the Sacred KOK # 143 - Mayan Calendar Fail

    in Entertainment

    Shrine of the Sacred KOK w/ Deacon KOK - a program designed to titillate tour senses just in time for a great weekend. The Wormhole opens and magic is unleashed, giggling masses convene as modern covens of technological cyber personalities and ideas, discussing the ancient and the latest in preparation to the end of the world and other concerns. Your welcome!


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    We come to you in peace through the internet as part of the mediasphere since 2011,  - broadcasting LIVE from the last FREE  country in the World, where WAR is a yearly friendly celebration, the Conch Republic, a place many call Paradise, where the KOK RUN FREE! - every Friday at 9 pm EST

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