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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review the work of Dr. Peter Kraska and Dr. W. Lawrence Neuman and their excellent textbook entitled “Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Methods” (2012, 2nd ed.). Experiments are common and credible for developing and testing theory. Crime and justice research is used to make justice "smarter" these days and more effective so we better know how to solve today's problems. We call this "applied research". Experiments help to both evaluate criminal justice and crime control practices as well as develop causal laws. This seminar bridges from talking about experiments and their usefulness to a discussion about Kraska and Neuman's "Eight Principles for Assessing Feasibility of Crime and Justice Experiments" so you can better figure out if you are prepared enough to do any research at all given your circumstances and the tools available.
What does experimentation in magic look like? In this episode, Taylor Ellwood and guest Rufus Opus will share their definitions of what magic experimentation is and discuss what the best practices are for experimenting with magic as well as why you would want to and when you might not want to experiment with magic
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Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon pose the question: rather than asking what it means to become gods, maybe we should focus on a more basic question. How do we become (fully) human?
The Immortality Upgrade
Is the Mormon Transhumanist Association working out the roadmap to godhood?
Google's chief futurist Ray Kurzweil thinks we could start living forever by 2029
But even before 2045, Kurzweil thinks we could begin the deathless process.
Why Physicists Are Saying Consciousness Is A State Of Matter, Like a Solid, A Liquid Or A Gas
The experimental diet that mimics a rare genetic mutation
Novelty and the Brain: Why New Things Make Us Feel So Good
Craig Venter's new longevity startup will make "100 the new 60"
Erica Larsen-Dockray is an interdisciplinary artist and animator, teacher, double business owner, freelance graphic designer and web developer. She co-founded Calibraska Arts Initiative, a summer program bringing artists from California to small town Western Nebraska (where she is originally from) to teach multi-generational arts workshops.
Erica is adjunct faculty at her alma mater CalArts, in the Film/Video School’s experimental animation program, and a teaching artist at Inner-City Arts in Los Angeles, in media arts and animation for 2nd-12th graders.
Visit eekart.com for more information on Erica's art.
Her latest venture is launching SCV Adventure Play with her husband Jeremiah, creating spaces for children and adults which facilitate self-directed and unstructured play. They are currently developing a permanent play park in Santa Clarita Valley and planning a conference for the training of play workers. Visit SCV Adventure Play .
GYST DO IT! is hosted by Kara Tomé for GYST-Ink, a company created by artists for artists, offering information, education, and technology products to support artists in their work and to help them develop diversified, sustainable careers.
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The King Me Show: The Mis-Psychology of Black People with special guest Young Pharoah.
One of the main tasks of Black consciousness is to affirm the beauty of our Blackness, to see beauty in Black skin, and thick lips and broad nostrils and kinky hair; to rid our vocabulary of ‘good hair’ and ‘high yeller’ and our medicine cabinets of bleaching creams. To de-niggerize ourselves is the key task of Black consciousness.” –John O. Killens (1966). Why are many of today’s Black psychologists, sociologists, historians, ministers, politicians, community activists, etc., speaking and writing about these same crazy issues facing African-Americans across the nation, such as self-hatred, internalized inferiority, White supremacy (racism), mentacide, the Willie Lynch syndrome and the post-traumatic slavery syndrome? Why is it that 50 plus years after the experimental research of Dr.’s Kenneth and Mamie Clark and their famous Black doll- White doll studies with Black children, their response still yields the same negative results in 2007? That being that Black children in New York City still choose or prefer the White doll over the Black one as being smarter, prettier, and more desirable.
Our guests morning are Peggy Sivert Zask, a local artist who works mainly in sculpture, and Mario Johnson of Grandma’s House, and they’re here to discuss FRESH 2016.
Peggy is the director of the non-profit art organization, South Bay Contemporary, located at the corner of 4 Street and Mesa in the San Pedro Arts District - the space is called the LOFT Gallery and Studios. he organization, 10 years running, recently went non-profit and moved into the Loft in 2015. The Mission: to bridge contemporary Art with Science, Humanities and Issues of our culture. They have had shows dealing with Mental Health, Native American Activism and Transforming Feminisms among many others and are developing educational programs for children, artists and art students, hosting exhibitions, experimental projects and events.
In 1879 Grandma Cora Johnson devised a delicious barbeque for the first Juneteenth celebration held in Arlington, Texas. Her recipe became a family tradition and a well-guarded secret. Today, her grandson, Mario Johnson, uses the same original spices to create his masterpiece barbeque for patrons of Grandma's House. Grandma Minerva added her special flare to the menu by teaching Mario how to make delicious dishes with a Louisiana Cajun flare. That's how Grandma's House was born.
This morning, Peggy is going to bring us up to date on South Bay Contemporary and fill us in on what attendees can expect at FRESH 2016 and Mario is going to tell us what he’s cooking up in the kitchen for the event.
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This is a Special Edition Radio Show to explain and explore the Experiential Workshops given by Dr. Larry Buke and Winter Robinson.
Medical Intuition and Symbolic Disease workshop at the Monroe Institute in Faber, VA, on 5/14-20/2016 co-facilitated by holistic radiologist Larry Burk and medical intuitive Winter Robinson. https://www.monroeinstitute.org/Medical%20Intuition%20and%20Symbolic%20Diseases
Salme Dahlstrom – Salme -- is a New York-based musical artist who not only writes and produces irrepressible dance music, but she licenses virtually everything she does to TV or movies. That means you have probably heard her music even if you don’t know it. Which is to say, that chances are, Salme Dahlstrom is a part of the soundtrack of your life. Salme is a woman so confident in her talent that she has long ago transcended pop’s angst to produce music that is intelligent as well as hooky, sophisticated as well as accessible passionate as well as strategic, and always, always fun to listen to. She is releasing new songs in advance of a new album and we are going to debut them Friday on MusicFridayLive!
The Nick Valentini Collective is a critically acclaimed eight-piece, fusion musical collective born in Los Angeles about six months ago and led by singer and keyboardist Nick Valentini. Blending indie rock, jazz and experimental psychedelic soul, the band has been often dubbed as a “jazz fusion Radiohead”. The group quickly made a name for themselves in the Southern California music scene attracting large audiences to their dynamic live shows and is now set to announce the release of their first album. We will debut 2 songs from the forthcoming album, the first time they are heard on the radio anywhere.
Host - Marianne Russo
Imagine spending the first forty years of your life in darkness, blind to the emotions and social signals of other people. Then imagine that someone suddenly switches the lights on.
It has long been assumed that people living with autism are born with the diminished ability to read the emotions of others, even as they feel emotion deeply. But what if we’ve been wrong all this time? What if that “missing” emotional insight was there all along, locked away and inaccessible in the mind?
In 2007 John Elder Robison wrote the international bestseller Look Me in the Eye, a memoir about growing up with Asperger’s syndrome. Amid the blaze of publicity that followed, he received a unique invitation: Would John like to take part in a study led by one of the world’s foremost neuroscientists, who would use an experimental new brain therapy known as TMS, or transcranial magnetic stimulation, in an effort to understand and then address the issues at the heart of autism? Switched On is the extraordinary story of what happened next.
Having spent forty years as a social outcast, misreading others’ emotions or missing them completely, John is suddenly able to sense a powerful range of feelings in other people. However, this newfound insight brings unforeseen problems and serious questions. As the emotional ground shifts beneath his feet, John struggles with the very real possibility that choosing to diminish his disability might also mean sacrificing his unique gifts and even some of his closest relationships. Switched On is a real-life Flowers for Algernon, a fascinating and intimate window into what it means to be neurologically different, and what happens when the world as you know it is upended overnight.