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  • 00:48

    Episode 1 - Eye to eye with a Sasquatch

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    My account of an encounter with a Sasquatch staring in the kitchen window at me. The entire encounter took about 2 minutes. For the first minute and a half I studied the creatures face, trying to figure out who was peeping in the window at my cousin Teresa...then its eyes darted over at me, and it slowly turned toward me. That's when I realized it was not a person, and ran terrified into the next room...with my cousins hot on my heels.

  • 00:34

    SolarFest 2016 - Fred Bruenjes discuss his program Eclipse Orchestrator

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    Fred Bruenjes of DayStar Instruments created Eclipse Orchestrator to help him and others get the most of out imaging eclipses. This program however is not for the weary or chance imager, but for the experienced eclipse chaser that wants to have the best program available to plan for their imaging run. 

  • 00:41

    Richard Stallman and The History of Open Source & Free Software, Pt. 2

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    In 1998, a group of people broke away from the Free Software Foundation and created instead the Open Source Initiative. What were their motives? Richard Stallman, the founder of the FSF, and Tim O'Reilly who helped popularize the term 'Open Source' discuss the history of Open Source & Free Software.
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  • 01:08

    Season 1, Episode 13; Girls Who Code

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    During herjunior year, Khalliday was introduced to Girls Who Code, an organization that supports women in the field of computer science. Before Girls Who Code, she thought computer science was going to be hard and confusing, but after studying programs like Scratch and Codesters and being surrounded by the company of my women in technology friends, she could be happy with learning the basics of CS like HTML and CSS before learning it in a college classroom. The organization presented Khalliday with opportunities of doing research, designing, and helping recruit more members like myself. After Girls Who Code, I wanted to join more STEM clubs at my school like the YEEA Club (Youth Empowerment for Environmental Awareness) and the Carver High School Robotics Team. After being inspired, she was given the opportunity to intern at Georgia Tech as a Computer Science Student Assistant under a Georgia Tech professor she met while attending a WIT meeting!
    As of today, Khalliday is the Alumni Liaison for Girls Who Code. Her first year at Girls Who Code was amazing as far as helping to find her passion learning new computer science concepts. As the Alumni Liaison, she recruited 10th and 11th grade girls for our 2016 Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program. This 7-week program will show young girls the many advantages of computer science in various occupations. Even before her promotion, Khalliday found a way to get involved in inspiring young people into STEM. After her first year in Girls Who Code, she was selected to be the representative for the club at the 2015 American Educational Research Association in Chicago, Illinois. Our job was to find the cause of gender and minority gaps in STEM fields and methods of closing these gaps. After a month of this research, they presented their findings to prestigious researchers, high school students, and the former AERA president, Joyce E. King.
     

  • 02:00

    Within The Chaos Special Guest Stephen S. Mehler

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    Stephen S. Mehler
    Stephen Mehler’s fascination with ancient Egypt, which began at the age of eight, has guided his education and spiritual work all his life.  Mehler holds three degrees in the sciences and is a trained field archaeologist and prehistorian.  Mehler also served as a Staff research scientist for the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, in San Jose, California from 1978-1980.
    For almost 16 years, 1992-2008, Mehler was a student, disciple, and close friend of Egyptian-born Egyptologist and indigenous wisdom keeper, Abd’El Hakim Awyan (1926-2008), popularly known as Hakim.  Stephen has written two books, The Land of Osiris (Adventures Unlimited Press, 2001) and From Light Into Darkness: The Evolution Of Religion In Ancient Egypt (Adventures Unlimited Press, 2005), based on his work and collaboration with Hakim and Stephen’s over 45 years of research in the area.  Stephen is currently Director of Research of his own Land Of Osiris Research Project.  Stephen became associated with the Khemit School of Ancient Mysticism in 2009 and currently does tours to Egypt and other sites with them.   www.khemitology.com
    Mehler has researched the phenomenon of crystal skulls since 1979, especially those known as ancient crystal skulls.  Mehler has experienced and tested four skulls that he has labeled ancient artifacts, has seen as many as nine that could fit that category, and was able to work with Dr. Marcel Vogel and F.R. ‘Nick’ Nocerino.  Stephen has written a book on the subject with David Hatcher Childress, The Crystal Skulls: Astonishing Portals To Man’s Past (Adventures Unlimited Press, 2008).

  • 01:07

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Rick DeLano, The Principle

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    You don't have to be a geocentrist to appreciate the crisis that cosmology is currently undergoing, and the serious holes in the Copernican model of the universe. The film THE PRINCIPLE explores some of these holes, and offers commentary from some of the most respected scientists today on the problematic aspects of the currently accepted model of the universe. Was Copernicus right, or have we got it all wrong?
    Tune in and listen to Rick DeLano, producer of the film THE PRINCIPLE, offer a fascinating discussion of these issues. We are taking calls: (646) 716-4669. Join us in the chat room at the bottom of the episode page.
    10 pm ET Saturday, January 11, 2014

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    Chemjobber on the air, with Dr. L.C. Campeau

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    Hear from Dr. L.C. Campeau, process chemist and chemTweep. 

  • 00:30

    Aliens, Alien Abductions and UFOs/The Apocalypse- Say NO to War

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    Welcome back to our show! Today we will again address survival and supplies and techniques that might be helpful. I will be giving you website addresses to check out and read, webinars and podcasts. The better informed we are the less stressful troubled times will be. What lies ahead for us, with global warming,with uncertain weather disasters, and the End of Days as it unfolds for our world? Thinking about it and trying to anticipate events before they occur will also help. Come join us as we discuss disaster survival, be it large or small. The more we know the better! Doomsday Preppers- Come Visit us and talk to us!!!!

  • 00:57

    Americans for Science - Interview with Dr. Carol Lynn Curchoe

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    Dr. Carol Lynn Curchoe, President and CEO of 32ATPs, LLC. Previously Dr. Curchoe was appointed by Governor Gary R. Herbert  as the Utah State Science Advisor. In that role she provided advice and counsel on science and technology issues to the Governor, state Legislature and other state agencies and served on a broad range of boards and commissions pursuant to the oversight of key scientific initiatives, research efforts, federal and state mandates, and ongoing programs devoted to science and technology issues. Dr. Curchoe was the Managing Director of the Office of Collaborative Science at the New York University Langone School of Medicine. There she assisted the Associate Dean in strategic decisions related to high technology, infrastructure and management, contributed to business plans, marketing strategies and supported the capital equipment and budget processes, and responsible for the management and development of new Cores resources as needed. Her dissertation research was performed at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT), on the characterization of the meat and milk composition of cattle clones, a key study for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision on cloned product’s safety. She also characterized the reprogramming of imprinted genes in cloned livestock. Her postdoctoral research focused on the optimization of human embryonic and neural stem cell cultures, the development of protocols for the production of hESC derived neural precursors and peripheral neurons, and deriving an in vitro model of early neurulation.

  • 01:25

    March 11th, 2017 | Winter Storm/Snow Discussion

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    Join the New York Metro Weather team as we sit down to discuss upcoming winter weather threats, headlined by a potentially major snow event Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. We will analyze the threats, why they are occurring, and the uncertainties regarding them. We will also analyze the upcoming weather models which stream in during the show. Join us and interact with the weather forecasting community at 33andrain.com! The show begins at Noon ET and continues until 2:00 pm ET.

  • 00:29

    Cryptid Conversations With Evan Pedone

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    It has been a while since Evan's last show, but he has not stopped exploring! Join Evan Pedone as he shares his latest travel highlights from his recent journey over-seas, visiting places like Stonehenge, some off limits, off the map locations and more. Also, find out about his most recent re-visit to Myakka River State Park in Florida, does he have any additional Bigfoot evidence to share? Listen in and find out! If you haven't read Evan's book, Expedition Everest, you can get your copy on Amazon. Learn more about Evan Pedone at Florida Paranormal Society. Email Evan at: info@floridaparanormalsociety.com
     

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