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On Monday October 27th at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they continue their discussion of sedimentary rocks with sands...tone. Sandstone is a common stone that records several deposition environments such as stream channels, beach sands or deserts. Many sandstones are famous for their fossils such as the Como Bluff Jurassic sandstones with it's dinosaurs.
On Monday November 17th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist, Ken Mckeighen and co-host Ken Boorman for a discussion on plant fossils and paleo enviroments they represent. Ken will also be discussing how to collect plant fossils and some of the sites he has collected from.
On Monday October 20th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss shale, what it represents and the fossils it contains on the next Fine Art of Paleontology. Shale deposits contain some of the best... fossils with excellent preservation that can include soft parts. One example is the famous middle Cambrian Burgess Shale deposit found in British Columbia or the famous Green River Shale found in Wyoming.
On Monday October 13th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss limes...tone, how it forms and the fossils found in it. Ken McKeighen has studied the limestones of the Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Mississippian and Pennsylvanian from the Midwest to the southwest. This will be an interesting and informative discussion for fossil hunters and rockhounds. Also tune in for a huge announcement regarding new things on the Under The Sea Radio Show !
There are many things of the past that have faded into just memories. A and P food stores no longer dot the landscape. Woolworth's are also distant memories. THe American Football League was swallowed up by the NFL and few traces of its' exsistance remain.
American Motors has gone the way of the do do bird and it is time for the NAACP to follow suit. Just the name is enough for me to not be able to take it serioulsy as an agent for change in the 21st century. Real "colored people???" If Rush Limbuagh got a blast about "colored people" liberal would lose their damned minds. So like a boxer that has stayed too long the NAACP stumbles punchdrunk through the days stammering nonesense. Its time to put up the gloves.
Quite often we get communications asking about where the dinosaurs fit into the fact of creation. Are they simply a hoax? Or is there a logical explanation to explain these beast that science claims live millions of years ago on a planet that the Bible suggests is only thousands of years old. Please tune in to this divinely inspired conversation.
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Organizations like the Institute for Creation Research declare that fossils prove a young earth and in no way contradict the creation account of Genesis. In fact, religious "scientists" and apologists worldwide declare that secular science isn't just incorrect about dinosaurs, fossils and the age of the planet, but that it might be a puppet of Satan himself, working to mislead a generation into accepting what creationists call "The Religion of Evolution."
In this show, we welcome special guest Dr. Donald Prothero, professor of geology at Occidental College, expert in physical and historical geology, sedimentary geology and paleontology, and author of several books, including "Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why it Matters" and "Reality Check: How Science Deniers Threaten Our Future."
So...what do the fossils say? Let's talk to a legitimate scientist and find out.
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VIDEO: Conspiracy road trip: http://youtu.be/Oju_lpqa6Ug
VIDEO: Evolution: Why it Happened & Why it Matters: http://youtu.be/efpjE_wg_1M
Dr. Donald Prothero’s books on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Donald-R.-Prothero/e/B001IGO7HM
The last time the PDP was in your eardrums, we were talking about how nothing had changed. Now: PANDEMONIUM. We're talking lots of Jeff Bridich and administration change at 20th and Blake on the 29th edition of the show. The Rockies made a change in the front office. How much worse could things get than the last group?
Plus a ton of non sequiturs as Anthony and Tyler record in the same place for the FIRST TIME. It's really quite annoying.
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on this episode i will be playing:
hibou- beach fossils- minks- mac demarco- wild nothing.
the show will start off with hibou. a small band out of seatle, hibou has created some of the catchiest music i have heard in a while. smooth lyrics and euphoric tones make me dream to these tracks. similar to hibou, beach fossils also dabbles in the chiller side of music. my personal favorite, daydream, makes me a feel weightless as my speedometer climes to mach 9 when i cruise down the 210. minks. i first head minks in a snowoboard film called defenders of awesome, by capita, when mike rav blessed me with funeral song. and for the past year i have been humming the beat during all kines classes. mac demarco comes through with lyrics that you wish you thought of. his popularity has grown substantialy as of lately due to songs like ode to viceroy and treat her better. the show will conclude with wild nothing. living in dreams was the first song i heard from them as i watched the cliche in california skate board video. nocturne, my favorite album from jack tatum, gives for some of the easiest melodies. see you next summer.
On Monday November 10th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist Ken McK...eighen along with Ken Boorman as they discuss trilobites. These marvels of evolution have an amazing fossil record. Fascinating fossils from extinct anthropods.Trilobites form one of the earliest known groups of arthropods.
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Natural Strength Night is an informative, humorous, sometimes a little raucous, good-time of myth busting and honest training information from the trenches. We strive to help everyone involved with old school strength training (without steroids) to not make some common training mistakes. Along with great information, you'll hear a fair share of steroid bashing, flamingo sightings, breaking goons, iron game history, and honest drug-free training information from various leaders and strength coaches in the field to help you get real results! If your primary training information comes from reading "Muscle & Fiction" magazine we'll help get you straightened out. If you love high-intensity strength training, dinosaur style training and just like lifting heavy weights ... or loved Jack Lalanne, Sandow, Grimek, Peary Rader's old Iron Man magazine, Brad Steiner's articles, Stuart McRobert's Hardgainer, Iron Nation, Osmo Kiiha's The Iron Master, you will love the show.
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