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As Barry works on improving his speed through various training exercises, Leonard Snart returns to Central City with the freeze gun and a new partner, Mick Rory, to set a trap for the Flash. Barry discovers his plan, and agrees with Dr. Wells to not engage Snart in the hope that he goes away and no one gets hurt like the last time. When the Flash fails to show, Snart and Rory, who now has a gun that can emit absolute hot temperatures, kidnap Caitlin to force Barry out of hiding. Cisco and Barry realize that if they can get Snart and Rory to cross the streams of their respective weapons it will cancel out the effects. The Flash meets Snart and Rory in the middle of a city for a showdown, exposing himself to the media. After multiple failed attempts, Barry eventually gets them to cross the streams with Eddie's help, successfully damaging the weapons and disabling the criminal pair. While in transport to Iron Heights Prison, Snart and Rory are broken out by Snart's sister. Meanwhile, Caitlin investigates the cause of Ronnie's transformation.
Dr. Wells returns to his secret room, where it is revealed that he has been documenting Barry's growing abilities, and using his computer to look at events in the future. Barry arrives at a crime scene where the victim was murdered via electrocution, and charred beyond all recognition, suggesting a metahuman was involved. While investigating the victims identity, the team identifies a power drain in the city. When Barry arrives, he is attacked by Farooq Gibran, a man who has the ability to siphon electrical energy. The attack drains Barry of his speed, and when Wells checks his secret computer it reveals that there are no references to Barry or "The Flash" in the future, and thus the timeline is in danger of temporal paradox. Wells believes that Barry's body just needs an electrical jumpstart, and Farooq arrives at the lab while the team is attempting to help Barry.
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Teresa Edgerton and Cris Pasqueralle
The Queen’s Necklace
The Hidden Stars: The Rune of Unmaking Trilogy Book One
Destiny Revealed, book one of The Destiny Trilogy
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at http://blog.sevantownsend.com
Curing vision loss, growing new skin for burn patients, growing blood vessels, and curing neurological diseases. These are a few of the proposed benefits from stem cell therapy. Embryonic stem cell research has been a source of political debate and controversy, but adult stem cells exist throughout our body after embryonic development and there is some evidence to suggest that they can differentiate to become other cell types. This potential capacity for adult stem cells to be instructed to specialize interests scientists and researchers who hope it will lead to a cure for Parkinson's and other neurological diseases.
Separating stem cell fact from fiction will be the role of my guest, Dr. Juan R. Sanchez-Ramos, Movement Disorders Professor and Researcher, Department of Neurology, USF Health, Tampa, Fl. Dr. Ramos’ Clinical interests include: neurodegenerative diseases with focus on Huntington’s and Parkinson's disease. His research interests include: neurodegeneration, neurotoxicology and adult stem cell biology. Dr. Ramos is the Medical Director for the Parkinson Research Foundation, and provides monthly Ask the Doctor lectures at its community based program, Parkinson Place in Sarasota, Florida.
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This is my New HEALTH NEWS TODAY SHOW AIRING at 8:00pm -9:00pm CST. I aim to keep you informed about new breakthroughs, new remedies and so on with not only the older diseases and disorders but the “New ones” as well. The pharmacology, the so called cures, the facts from the fiction. Important information regarding Health and Safety and more! I will also have Guest Speakers, Authors and other Experts in the field of whatever Topic we are discussing on this particular show!
Tonight we will be talking with our very special guest named BETH, she is with a wonderful company called DAMSEL IN DEFENSE that sells all kinds of wonderful and unique products not only for women, but they are also in February coming out with products for men as well! Her website is www.mydamselpro.net/BEDWARDS5169/ so please, go check out what all she has and she too has a surprise coming up, so be sure and listen in!
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Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan one of your hosts and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me, and today we are happy to have the oportunity to chat with Literary Fiction Author Khanh Ha as part of his Premier Virtual Author Book Tour!
Khanh Ha is the author of Flesh (2012,Black Heron Press). He is a three-time Pushcart nominee and the recipient of Greensboro Review’s 2014 Robert Watson Literary Prize in Fiction. His work has appeared or is forthcoming inWaccamaw Journal, storySouth, Greensboro Review, The Long Story,Permafrost Magazine, Saint Ann’s Review, Moon City Review, Red Savina Review, DUCTS, ARDOR, Lunch Ticket, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Tayo Literary Magazine, Sugar Mule, Yellow Medicine Review, Printer’s Devil Review, Mount Hope, Thrice Fiction, Lalitamba Journal, and other fine magazines.
Contact: Website http://http://www.authorkhanhha.com
WildBlue Press frontman Steve Jackson is the NY Times best selling author giving listeners background on WildBlue Press then delves into his latest book, BOGEYMAN, about child serial killer David Penton told through the eyes of the detectives and their families and showing the toll a case like this has on dedicated law enforcement officers.
Colorado based Steve Jackson began his career as a journalist and newspaper writer covering "everything from science to medicine to international and social issues to politics and even a smattering of sports."
Jackson is the author of nine true crime books and collaborated with former New York assistant district attorney Robert K. Tanenbaum to write eleven crime thrillers in the Butch Karp fiction series.
Host website: DonnaGore.Com
Stereotypes of Black men: Fact or fiction?
How do we avoid stereotyping or buying into the myths of stereotyping? Are stereotypes true in some cases?
Assumptions can lead to stereotypes and unfair judgments about individuals and groups. Do stereotypes effect out lives? Do most people hold the same assumptions about a group? Why or why not? Do assumptions tell us anything definite about a categorized individual? How do assumptions affect your behavior toward others? What do you think an individual can do to help reduce bias and stereotyping? Tune in to find out.
Author Jeffrey Perren joins the CL Gammon Show to discuss his writing career and his new book: THE LIGHTHOUSE PYLON.
About THE LIGHTHOUSE PYLON:
CURL HOYER WAS A MAN WHO COULD NOT BE FOOLED… EXCEPT THIS ONCE.
1955. The unstoppable sea and an immovable lighthouse tower that holds the key to several lives, past, present, and future.
Approaching middle-age and desperately lonely, Lighthouse Keeper Curl Hoyer is pining to find a wife, the unique partner just right for him.
When alluring photo-journalist Henne arrives to do a story on him and the coastal facility, his prayer seems answered at last. Seductive and intriguing, she quickly makes him fall in love with her — all according to plan.
About Jeffrey Perren:
Jeffrey Perren wrote his first short story at age 12 and went on to win the Bank of America Fine Arts award at 17. Since then he has published at award-winning sites and magazines from the U.S. to New Zealand.
Educated in philosophy and physics at UCLA and UC Irvine, he lives in Sandpoint, Idaho.
He is also the author of COSSACKS IN PARIS, an historical war novel set in the Napoleonic era, and the romantic travel mysteries DEATH IS OVERRATED and CLONMAC’S BRIDGE.
Feel free to join in the conversation. The number is: 1-646-564-9980.
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister's Memoir, A Brother's Struggle, shares her story of caring for her brother, Paul, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16.
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister’s Memoir, A Brother’s Struggle (Bridgeross Communications; 2014) is the second of ten children. Her younger brother, Paul, was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16. Busy with her own family and career, she helped with his care only intermittently for many years, but took on a more intense role after her parents death and especially after he developed physical ailments, as well as the psychological ones. She found herself very moved by the experience and writes about caring for her brother in hopes that it will enlighten the public on the role of caregivers. Katherine holds an MFA from Manhattanville College, a BA from Le Moyne College, an MA from the University of Buffalo and a MBA from the University of Minnesota at Duluth. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Inkwell Magazine, as well as The Bedford Record Review, Northwords Press, Sensations Magazine, Pandaloon Press, Poetry Motel and Pink Elephant Magazine. A narrative non-fiction piece, which later became a chapter of Shot in the Head, was included in Stories from the Couch, an anthology of essays about coping with mental illness. Dering taught Spanish briefly and is a former CFO at a community bank in New York. She currently serves on the board of directors of a startup bank and actively volunteers with the League of Women Voters and the Northern Westchester Community Center. For more information please visit http://www.shotintheheadbook.com and find Katherine on Facebook and Twitter
Well folks, we have gotten updated on WEEKS #3 -&- #4 OF DECEMBER 2014 IN REVIEW and finally made it to the FINAL FOUR DAYS OF 2014... On tonites show we will discuss TOPIC #1: GLOBAL COOLING EFFECTS... and also TOPIC #2: GLOBAL WARMING EFFECTS with the TOP STORY BEING 2014 WORLDWIDE WAS WARMEST YEAR ON RECORD!!.. Then we chat about TOPIC #3: FLASH FLOODS like the Days of Noah... TOPIC #4: GREAT EARTHQUAKES IN DIVERS PLACES... TOPIC #5: COSMIC SIGNS IN THE SUN, MOON, AND THE STARS... ALL THIS AND MORE ON TONITES EPISODE... SO STAY TUNED!.. STAY INFORMED!... GET IN THE KNOW!... AND WE HOPE YOU'LL ENJOY THE SHOW!....
Wikipedia says: Zombies are fictional undead creatures, typically depicted as mindless, reanimated human corpses with a hunger for human flesh. Zombies are most commonly found in horror and fantasy genre works. Some depictions are inspired by Haitian folklore, while modern depictions typically do not have that same direct connection. Zombies have a complex literary heritage, with antecedents ranging from Richard Matheson and H. P. Lovecraft to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein drawing on European folklore of the undead. George A. Romero's reinvention of the monster for his 1968 film Night of the Living Dead led to several zombie films in the 1980s and a resurgence of popularity in the 2000s.