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I know, I know, you were promissed that Kevin wouldn't be there and we had an all female cast for this one, but through no fault of their own, some of our pannel couldn't join, soooo....
Join Kevin & Karen as we pay tribute to Women of Science, who are all too often forgotten by mainstream and often faced difficult chalenges living in a man's world but through sheer love of science, made history.
Nancy joins us for This day in history segment with a story on a groundhog biting a mayor,
We have the Another brilliant moment..., and the Top 10 other women of science you should know
Karen offers us a Spotlight on Mme Marie Curie
And we interview Rachel Nanon Brown, a paleoantropologist working in Texas on Mammoths, formely science host on Dogma Debate with David Smalley and now chairs the science segment on Atheists on air podcast.
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This episode was pre-recorded
Iris and Priya return for another candid conversation about women entering the wisdom years of 60! Join us for another engaging conversation about things we often do not really talk about in public, at least honestly and openly. Todays episode is about "happy to be single". So many of us women are single in our midlife. In a culture that is fixated on being in relationship as the only path to fulfillment for a woman, being single can be a real challenge. The big one is being alright with being single in the face of all of the negative conditioning that we have grown up with that tells us that we are not ok if we are not together with someone aka "Married". Once we get over that big hurdle and settle into ourselves then there are the questions of how to get our social, sexual and intimacy needs met. It takes a village of the sisterhood to break through the viels that keep us isolated, alone and in despair about our being single. Let's move through it together so that we can celebrate our lives as sovereign women loving oursleves and eachother!
Tom's guest is Eileen Pollack, professor of creative writing at the University of Michigan. She is at work on 'Approaching Infinity: A Memoir of Women in Science.'
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week Cindy & I speak with Breanna Elliott from Yarrawonga, Australia. She's the winner of the Symetra Tours - Fuccillo KIA Championship at Capital Hills in Albany, NY.
Later were joined by Jon Stabler - Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc.
Here's more about Jon:
Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc. doing business as GolfPsych since 1990. Co-Author, “The Eight Traits of Champion Golfers” with Dr. Deborah Graham. Inventor of the Mind Meter for golf, biofeedback for more effective coaching on the course. GolfPsych is the only mental game training system in golf based on Tour level research, studies of the LPGA, PGA Tour and Champions Tour players. Together Jon and Deborah have worked with over 380 Tour Players over 30 years now. 21 clients have won 31 majors. Conducting monthly mental game training schools near San Antonio. Retired from traveling on Tour.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
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There is a lot of research going on today. Some of the research has a true purpose, some of it does not. For example scientists are saying that within the next 5 to 10 years they will be able to produce a dinosaur. Why do we need dinosaurs? What can making a dinosaur do to advance civilization? Where is the benefit in making dinosaurs? Are we planning on making them the new weapon of mass destruction? they would definitely be biological in nature.
There is value in cancer research and learning how to improve our daily lives. I believe in space exploration but the need is becoming more real on a daily basis as we continue to destroy this planet. We need to enjoy the beauty of our world and find ways to make it better.
People are a great natural resource but they have not learned to be good care givers of the planet. You don't have to be rich to be a good caretaker all you have to do is take care of the planet on a daily basis.
Science is a tool which can be used for good or evil. Science for the sake of science is dangerous especially when we ignore the creator.
We need to reign in science that seems to be running amok and not let them go unchecked.
Join Master Teacher David Hulse as he provides valuable insights on life. David is joined by Deborah Fitch and together they discuss why some people experience healing while others do not.