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Science of Sorcery, Advancements in the Work
A concise show on the latest developments in my work
I will take this opportunity to offer comments on the content of the development of the Science of Sorcery. I will be mentioning on air for the first time through concise descriptions NEW advancements such as the 5th Pillar, as well as advancements in healing through restructuring (known as The Diamond Work). Moving forward I will be touching on broader uses for THE BOXES. Other topics include the use of the Dolls (Damonic, ancestor etc) which I have been offering and on-goin advancements in Directional Sorcery and a broader discussion about Protection...
SORCERESS CAGLIASTRO, Blood Sorceress, Necromancer in the hands of 9
Global warming AKA climate change is something that we've heard since our infancy is set to destroy the Earth. But how much of that is panicked alarmism, and how much of it is truly rooted in rational science. You turn on the news today and it seems every story that talks about any extreme weather pattern is attributed to man-made climate change. This week it's the drought in California, next week it's El Nino and too much rain in California. How can both be right? It seems that there are coherent arguments on both sides of the climate change spectrum. How can contradicting weather patterns both be attributed to climate change and if they are how can anything disprove this Theory and if it can't be disproven is it really science? What seems logical is the fact that humans have gone under the surface to extract carbon rich fossil fuels to use as energy which obviously creates more carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases which then are disproportionately in the atmosphere when they wouldn't have been otherwise. That much I think is indisputable. Where the climate change deniers seem to differ after this respect is where they say that CO2 does not trap heat or make the Earth's temperature rise. Or they insist that a rise in CO2 is not because of man which I think is nonsense. Regardless on which side of the argument you fall on, we should all be working towards a zero emissions world. Because regardless if it's causing climate change or not it's indisputable that its pollution and is detrimental to planetary health no matter what. We should also stop deforestation which is basically killing the lungs of the planet. And the United States needs to clean up its own house before it dictates what anybody else should be doing because we are one of the biggest polluters in the world along with China.
Join hosts Robert Forto and Cory Cauvier as they present The Beekeepers Connection Show. On this episode we talk about urban beekeeping.
This discussion provides helpful approaches for Chief Medical Officers (CMOs) and other R&D leadership in biotech on how to communicate effectively in times of good, bad or unexpected news. Also discussed in this program are factors to evaluate for the discontinuation of a program. Dr Mark Weinberg, Chief Medical Officer and Managing Director of Halloran Consulting Group will be joined by Dr Lee Allen, CMO, Argos Therapeutics to discuss strategic communication strategies CMOs/R&D leadership can utilize to effectively deliver unexpected or difficult news.
How do you communicate successfully? How does a CMO manage an unexpected realization? Tips on being an advocate and skeptic for your programs Flexibility and decision making with data Scenario planning Tips on communicating to the public Evaluating factors for discontinuing a program Rationalizing your portfolio? Who decides? Guests:
Lee Allen, MD, PhD, CMO, Argos Therapeutics
Mark Weinberg, MD, MBA, CMO and Managing Director, Halloran Consulting Group
Valerie Bowling, Executive Director, PharmaTalk Radio & The Conference Forum
Recommended Conference: The CMO and R&D Biotech Leadership Summit, Nov 14-15 in San Francisco. For more info:
The Governor's Build Montana plan calls for a $200 million dollar investment of cash and bonds in 2017, to fund roads, bridges, water systems, and school improvements.
Bullock is also proposing the creation of the Build Montana Trust, by using 75% of the revenue going into the state's Coal Tax Severance Fund, setting it aside for future infrastructure needs.
It's the same mechanism that created the Treasure State Endowment Program and Rural Water Projects, two sub-trusts that will mature next year earning enough interest to fund projects in perpetuity.
Bullock said addressing the state's crumbling infrastructure will be his number one legislative priority in 2017.
the disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body.
"he's got cancer"
a malignant growth or tumor resulting from the division of abnormal cells.
plural noun: cancers
"most skin cancers are curable"
synonyms:malignant growth, cancerous growth, tumor, malignancy; More a practice or phenomenon perceived to be evil or destructive and hard to contain or eradicate.
"racism is a cancer sweeping across Europe"
Mike Baruch Tucson Electric Power’s Residential Energy Efficiency Program Manager
Being energy conscious year-round creates efficiency that can help you to lower your electric bill. It just makes sense: The more you reduce your energy use by using energy efficiently, the more you can make a difference that you can see on your monthly bill — and for our environment. Do you suspect your duct-work may be leaky? Have you considered having a qualified mechanical contractor test your home for duct leakage? And if so, did you know that TEP offers customers incentives of up to $450 for duct sealing available through select contractors participating in TEP's Efficient Home Program? Join us to find out about this program and a myriad of other energy saving tips, programs and available rebates that can help you become a more responsible and money savvy home owner. This show made possible due to the generous support of Tucson Electric Power.
Asteroids and Dinosaurs will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology discussion with Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman.Plate tectonics might seem like a routine topic from a 7th grade textbook, but in the 1970s, plate tectonics was cutting-edge science. The theory had only gained widespread acceptance over the previous ten years and subsequently attracted scads of scientists looking to open up new intellectual frontiers. Walter Alvarez was one of them, but his research into plate tectonics was destined to be sidelined. An intriguing opinion would eventually lead him, his collaborators, and the rest of science on an intellectual journey across geology, chemistry, paleontology, and atmospheric science — towards solving one of the great mysteries in Earth's history: What happened to the dinosaurs?
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