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Paradoxides - Species Profile will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Paleontology. Paradoxides is a large trilobite close to half a meter (one and a half feet) long. There are many species and subspecies of this genus and they have been collected from the Czech Republic, Scandinavia, Wales, Spain, Morocco, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Maine and Massachusetts. Geologists use these species to correlate rock formations from these different areas. This strange geographic distribution and the remarkable similarities of some trilobites from North America and Europe puzzled paleontologists.During the Cambrian Period, 510 million years ago, before there were any lobsters these trilobites crawled along the seafloor, but not off the coast of North America or Europe. They lived in the shallow waters off the coast of a small continent that no longer exists called Avalonia by geologists.
On Monday November 23rd at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number
Stegasaurus - Species Profile will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Psleontology. Stegosaurus is a genus of armored bony dinosaur. They lived during the Late Jurassic period, some 155 to 150 million years ago in what is now western North America.It was about the size of a bus and carried around two rows of bony plates along its back that made it appear even bigger.Stegosaurus has a reputation for having a small brain and one of the lowest-brain-to-body ratios among dinosaurs. "The brain of Stegosauruswas long thought to be the size of a walnut," said armored dinosaur expert Kenneth Carpenter, director of the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum in Utah.
On Monday November 16th at 9pm est,9pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
Music education is a very important part of society. Music can heal, help people grow, sooth, make people feel... music is a strong part of life.
With the popularity of popular music, music movies, etc. we see a growth in marketing.
Some schools are turning into the fast-food version of music education. Is the chain known as School of Rock fast food, or the real deal? Liste to find out!
I am Grover Weaver this is my ministry’s commentary on the International Sunday School lesson for the week of 11-22-15 on Acts 17:1-4,10-12, 22-25, & 28.
Welcome Let us pray.
O Lord thanks for sharing your love to the sinner when you shared it with Paul and called him from death unto life
Thanks be to the Almighty God who love the world so that he gave his begotten son to whosoever whosoever can put their faith in him shall be set free from death. . Amen.
The refugees are coming Praise the Lord the Syrians are coming glory be to God the muslim refugees are coming we ought to be excited to preach Jesus and him crucified share with with them our belief of resurrection from the dead. But instead we as a so call christian nation are trying in influence the people to reject the refugees and damn their soul to purgatory. I am ashamed of the church the white men within the church are silence while satan wreck havoc on the body of christ. where would the church be today if egypt had reject joseph, mary and jesus when they were refugees crossing her border fleeing the violence of Herod.
After the broadcast I am calling and I ask you to do the same call the White House Comment line 202-456-1111 and tell the president I support his ISIL strategy and his refugees policy.
V1-4 Paul and Silas share the gospel in Thessalonica and the so called church turned the people against Christ.
V10-12 They share the gospel in Berea and the church turns the people against Christ again.
V22-28 Paul gets creative to preach Christ to the Corinthians.
SCHOOL LIBRARIES: WHAT HAPPENED AT THE AASL NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Unlike in Vegas, what happened in Columbus doesn't stay there.
A post-conference report from the officers and Executive Director of AASL , Audrey Church,
Terry Grief and Sylvia Knight Norton.
Presented by FOLLETT LEARNING
Hello everybody this is the Grover Weaver Radio Show a ministry of the Grover Weaver Ministries.org. The show is a commentary on the International Sunday School Lesson for the week of 11-15-15 on Acts 16:1-15.
A study on Paul’s Macedonian Call to take the gospel to the western world.
Welcome I am Grover your minister and sunday school teacher. Welcome to the broadcast.
The outline is twofold Paul invites Timothy to the ministry verses 1 thur 5 and Lydia becomes the first convert on the continent, verses 6 thur 15.
Shall we pray:
O Lord we are blessed by the Abraham’s blessing all because you loved us first while we were yet a sinner. Our prayer of thanksgiving is the whole world be filled with your blessings. Amen.
Now a verse by verse commentary on Acts 16:1-15
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Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Nov., 24th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Rahiem Shabazz, Director of Elementary Genocide – Ending The School To Prison Pipeline!!! The City of Chicago has released the dashcam video showing the murder of Laquan McDonald by Officer Jason Van Dyke. We'll continue our discussion of this case and the need for Economic Boycotts.
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COLUMBUS, OH: The Film "BLACK FRIDAY", Friday, Nov. 27th, 2015, 4pm-8pm Visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com or [http://blackoutcoalition.org/blackfriday ] w/ special guests Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network and host of "The Michael Imhotep Show", Dr. Boyce Watkins founder of www.TheBlackWealthBootCamp.com and Dave Anderson founder of "The Empowerment Radio Network".
The School-to-Prison Pipeline is identified as a real and intense system in which students find themselves routinely suspended, expelled and often times sent to alternative educational programs or schools. Kids who find themselves in this situation ultimately begin to fall further behind in school, have juvenile contact, and end up in prison.
Join host Hakim Crampton as he reads from Chapter 3 of his book America's Pipeline to Prison.
Today, we will be talking to William Rosenzweig, Dean and Executive Director of The Food Business School, about what The Food Business School (FBS) is and what aspirations and goals they envision FBS to be.
William B. Rosenzweig has spent more than twenty-five years integrating the practices and perspectives of an entrepreneur, venture investor, and educator. He is regarded internationally as an expert in cultivating and transforming impactful ideas into thriving enterprises.
Will was founding CEO (and Minister of Progress) of The Republic of Tea, an award-winning specialty tea company that is credited with creating the premium tea category in the United States. As an entrepreneur and investor, he has been involved in Odwalla, Stonyfield Farms, Trinity Springs, Winetasting.com and Brand New Brands, a functional food incubator he founded in 2003.
In November 2014, Will joined forces with The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) to launch The Food Business School (FBS), the CIA’s new center for executive and graduate education. As dean and executive director of The Food Business School, Will is working with industry experts to create specialized programs that enable and empower entrepreneurs to design, deliver, and lead transformative innovations that address the world’s most pressing food challenges—and its greatest business opportunities.
A little about FBS's mission
The Food Business School enables and empowers entrepreneurial leaders to design, deliver and lead transformative innovations that address the world’s most pressing food challenges—and its greatest business opportunities