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Our FIRST OFFICIAL EPISODE.
In this week's Hypervocal Primates, A crappy DUI stop, The good and bad about the strikedown of prop. 8, and a dog who is also an amateur surgeon.
We talk about cybernetics for a few minutes, and in this week's 1,2,3-and-a-bonus: gods, superpowers, and alcoholic drinks.
In Hypervocal Reflexes: natural and man-made disasters & video games; then in our special celebrity edition with Katt: broadway shows.
The Hypervocal Primates give their review of Inception. This week's "1-2-3 and a bonus" deals with living in vehicles, geographic features, space colonies, and hypothetical presidential picks. in "Hypervocal Reflexes," Windows, Mac or Linux, and our guest does a specially tailored edition involving celebrities and diseases.
On this week's HyVoPrime, The folk hero flight attendant, a kid that likes Vin Diesel way too much for his own good, and a man with a pea plant in his lung. We talk Internet Privacy and 1-2-3-and a bonus covers superpowers and reincarnation. Hypervocal reflexes: Broadway Musicals, celebrities, and music acts.
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Today we are going to speak with Dr Shirley McGreal, Founder and Director of the International Primate Protection League, a primate sanctuary located in South Carolina. Dr McGreal has been directly involved in the rescue of adult and baby primates since the early 1970s.
Guests are Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D (website) and partner Janet Kira Lessin.
"WE’LL FIND NO MISSING LINKS HERE SINCE WE DIDN’T EVOLVE FROM TERRAN PRIMATES."
"In anthropology in the ‘60s, my teachers attributed all human development to gradual evolution. A Miocene or Pliocene anthropoid ape that evolved from simpler primates slowly, in turn, evolved over millions of years into us [Clark, D., W., 1959, History of the Primates:178]. We multiplied as we planted food, created cities and developed ever-more effective technologies. Yet, in terms of biological evolution, we lacked linking intermediate skeletons of primates from which the teachers thought we evolved and modern findings indicate several contemporaneous advanced hominids co-existed with Homo Erectus, and may have been the product of human settlement on Earth long before Enki and crew colonized Earth, some 400,000 years ago."
The theory of panspermia, that Earth was “seeded from elsewhere,” was put forth in cuneiform clay tablets millennia ago."
“300,000 years ago, “the Anunnaki [from the planet Nibiru] jumped the gun on [Earth's] evolution and, using genetic engineering, upgraded a hominid, Homo Erectus–to an intelligent, tool-handling Homo sapiens) to be their serf. "
Join Elusive1 as He welcomes Phil Shaw & Jim Sherman & welcomes Back Dr.Jeff Meldrum to the show, Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a professor of anatomy & anthropology at Idaho State University, where he teaches human anatomy in the health-professions programs, and classes in biological evolution and primatology. His research in paleoprimatology and paleoanthropology has taken him from the skeletal cabinets of far-flung international museums, to the remote fossil beds of South America, Korea and Hawaii. He has published extensively on the evolutionary history of Neotropical primates and has described several new extinct species. More recently his attention has returned to the emergence of modern human walking; he edited and contributed to the influential book, From Biped to Strider: the Emergence of Modern Human Walking Running and Resource Transport (Kluwer/ Plenum, 2004). Jim Sherman was born and raised in Michigan and spent his youth in the woods camping, hiking and hunting. He went to Alma college on a theater scholarship and acted to pay for college expenses. Realizing that theater was not going to provide any financial security Jim took his life-long interest in history and made a career in education. He has taught both middle school and high school and currently teaches at Beverly Hills Wylie E. Groves High School. While teaching classes in Advanced Placement European as well as American history, Jim also coaches girls cross country. He participates in triathlons but most of his summers are spent either with his wife and daughter biking, swimming or camping or in the field researching bigfoot.
Dolphins are some of the most intelligent creatures on earth, and yet we humans remain largely ignorant of their astonishing capabilities and their relationships with each other, much to our detriment as well as theirs. Join us in our conversation with Dr. Lori Marino as we discuss, among other topics, the effects of captivity on cetacean behavior and the ethics of human-nonhuman relationships.
ABOUT LORI MARINO, PH.D.
Dr. Marino is the founder and executive director of the Kimmela Center for Animal Advocacy, Inc., the only organization focusing exclusively on bridging the gap between academic research and scholarship and on-the-ground animal advocacy efforts. A neuroscientist and expert in animal behavior and intelligence, she serves on the faculty of Emory University and is internationally known for her work on the evolution of brain and intelligence in dolphins and whales and comparisons to primates.
In 2001 she co-authored a ground-breaking study offering the first conclusive evidence for mirror self-recognition in bottlenose dolphins, after which she decided against further research with captive animals. She has also published numerous empirical and review papers on human-nonhuman animal relationships, including the psychological and philosophical bases of animal exploitation and, more specifically, critiques of dolphin assisted therapy and other captivity issues.
Dr. Marino also serves as the science director for the Nonhuman Rights Project.
in Rock Music
Eleven years is a long time for any band to stay together, let alone for one band to finally see the release of their debut album, but for Open Air Stereo, they wouldn’t have wanted it to happen any other way. The band’s story is one of evolution, that gradual development from a simple to a more complex form; that gradual development from their humble days as 13-year olds in Laguna Beach to self-assured rock band bursting forth and ready to share their music with the world. Darwin championed his scientific Theory of Evolution, from which we get such trite adages as “survival of the fittest,” something that applies as much to the animal world as it does to the music industry. For the two founding members of Open Air Stereo, lead-singer Chase Johnson and drummer Nick Gross, eleven years has been just what the band needed to grow as individuals, to develop as a band, and to perfect their songwriting craft alongside bassist Evan Smith and guitarist Scott Pounds, who were brought on board by Johnson and Gross in order to complete the classic 4-member rock-band lineup. It’s obvious from the first time you hear a song off Open Air Stereo’s 10-song debut album Primates that the band know exactly what they are doing! The album’s title was inspired by mankind’s own evolutionary cousins, giving the band a moment to reflect on their own personal evolution through time, perfecting their craft and going through the growing pains to emerge on the other side as a stronger, leaner, fitter band. For more information, visit www.openairstereo.com.
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