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Homo Sapiens

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Homo Sapiens

Spirit Studios & Christopher Sweeney

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The world from a Queer perspective: Conversations, Stories, and a good old laugh with LGBTQ+ icons, allies, and of course, our lovely listeners. Come and join the Homo Sapiens family with new episodes every Thursday - the more the merrier! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Donald Trump taught us to build multiple streams of income before The Internet existed. When Karen which is 20% of the people you will come across says "do one thing" you know you have advantage on this Homo Sapien. This podcast is a creative outlet in essence of: Art + $¢iènce = |novation. Long form polymath ¢rèative p0d¢@$t. Topics may include, 💰, π, anthropology, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Team Work, Hard Work, Grit, and Discipline.
 
Homo Sapiens, I Hear You is a monthly research seminar held at A/D/O; a design institution in Brooklyn, New York. The series aims to question and re-think humanity's essential needs -- and consider whether the modern practice of design addresses them. The podcast, produced by Elle Clay, will feature experts, doctors and designers from each month's live seminar along with A/D/O Research Director, Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun. A/D/O is an initiative of MINI and reflects a fundamental belief that desig ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to discussing the natural history of an animal and, through that lens, an exploration of what it means to be human. Our homo sapien meat computer is coupled with some crude sensor systems to allow us to experience the space around us. Tweak any of the components and your reality is shifted. Learning how an animal exists can lead to a deeper understanding of our own existence. Plus animals are cool yo.
 
Come join two high school teenagers as they sit down to talk about their favorite (and not so favorite) bookish things, ranging from trendy tropes to diversifying your bookshelf. We promise that this podcast won’t be anything like the English classes you’re used to in school. (WARNING: there will be a spoiler section)
 
A podcast of two friends. A partner of TEDxKULeuven, an independently organized TEDx event at the University of Leuven. In this podcast, we invite multidisciplinary experts to talk about present societal issues and initiatives and, especially, about what the future may hold for us. As our events are held in and around the university campuses, we focus our conversations in particular on next-gen and youth activism. Hosts: Julius Schelstraete; Miklas Decock Producers: Baptist Devos; Kevin Peet ...
 
Village SquareCast is the podcast your mother warned you about. We talk politics, religion and race — across color, creed and ideology — and we do it like the partners in democracy that we really ought to be. At The Village Square, we've had hundreds of conversations with tens of thousands of people — and now we bring you our favorites of these conversations via podcast. We talk in bars, we talk in churches, we talk across a hundred continuous tables in the middle of a street downtown. And t ...
 
Bill Nye is on a mission to change the world — one voicemail at a time. Bill and science writer Corey S. Powell take your burning questions and put them to the world's leading experts on just about every topic in the universe. Should you stop eating cheeseburgers to combat climate change? Could alien life be swimming inside the moons of Jupiter and Saturn? Does your pet parakeet learn to sing the way that you learned to speak? Bill, Corey, and their special guests will answer those questions ...
 
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Don't Interrupt Me, Por Favor

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Don't Interrupt Me, Por Favor

Guillermo Fesser, Lisa Button, Nick Leiber

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Don’t Interrupt Me, Por Favor is an interview show in Spanish and English for bilinguals and future bilinguals. Award-winning journalists Guillermo Fesser, Lisa Button, and Nick Leiber talk to bilingual guests navigating two worlds. The hosts and their guests speak the way many Spanish speakers in the U.S. do—in a mix of both languages. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Home Sapiens

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Home Sapiens

Habitat for Humanity

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People face many challenges: lack of drinking water, gender inequality, and harsh living conditions. However, one thing never changes – everyone needs a place to call home. Discover and learn more about housing problems in our podcast. Homo habilis, homo erectus and homo sapiens. After thousands and thousands of years of evolution, we have a new discovery. HOME Sapiens has always been around. Places where we live are key to humans. From caves to huts and from houses to modern villas our home ...
 
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Let’s beat those January blues, people! This week we’re hearing about all your suggestions for feel good films, music, recipes and uplifting stories of when a mate cheered you up. Plus we’ve got US pop icon Hayley Kiyoko here for a chat about why being open about your mental health is the path to happiness, the challenges of podcasting with your da…
 
We’re keeping it real festive this post-Christmas week with a deep dive into the circle of life, starting with a discussion of the ways in which evolution does wild things to keep organisms alive, and journeying on to a chat about how steadfastly committed humans are to ending other humans’ lives in creative ways. Highlights: [0:00] The wild spread…
 
In this episode I talk with William White about means of disseminating archaeological research with the general public. Episode notes are available on the ArchaeoCafé website. http://archaeocafe.kvasirpublishing.com/archaeocafe-podcast-ep-222-white About William White Dr. White is an assistant professor at the Anthropology Department of the Univers…
 
This week we decided to just shoot the breeze about our lives, so CoRri suggests discussing the economic classes we grew up in and how they made us who we are. Mutual aid is everything, people! Highlights: [0:00] Mark tells CoRri about an odd series of similar suicides in Japan [13:35] We dive right into a tangent about imagining what strangers are…
 
This episode is part of our BookTalk series and we recommend a whole new set of books that you must read (although this list is not exhaustive, it’s just a few books that we found interesting)! These books are my POC authors. We’re sorry is we pronounced any of these names wrong! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a …
 
Let’s beat those January blues, people! This week we’re hearing about all your suggestions for feel good films, music, recipes and uplifting stories of when a mate cheered you up. Plus we’ve got US pop icon Hayley Kiyoko here for a chat about why being open about your mental health is the path to happiness, the challenges of podcasting with your da…
 
X-tra Time #36 "Iemand die er gewoon kan zijn voor je (in tijden van intens verdriet), die er niet van wegloopt en die je gewoon in de ogen kan kijken doet al zo ontzettend veel. Zo'n aanwezigheid is onbetaalbaar." Luister naar onze aflevering met Kristin Verellen. Kristin is begeleider van verandering in organisaties en coach/psychotherapeut. Zij …
 
Progress with tech. I like to meditate before i complete the task so i can see what the field of play looks like in advance before it occurs. This allows me to track my intuition to see if my vision was correct or not. We have proven over the years i have a 33% chance of getting result i want using my intuition to produce consistent results…
 
⚡Homo Sapiens Live Event ⚡ We’ve got news, listeners! It’s the first ever Homo Sapiens live event on Monday 14th of February at King’s Place in London’s Kings Cross. We’re teaming up with the wonderful Guilty Feminist podcast for a crossover episode called The Guilty Homo Sapien. Myself and Deborah Frances-White will be on stage together for a wond…
 
A guy who received the first pig-to-human heart transplant set Mark off on a journey this week, and we all benefit from his hyperfixation on the history of transfusions, transplants, and putting monkey balls where they absolutely should not be. Highlights: [0:00] CoRri tells Mark about the mindset of people who climb Mt. Everest and about the probl…
 
In this episode I talk with Nazmul Hassan about his work researching and promoting public archaeology in Bangladesh. Episode notes are available on the ArchaeoCafé website. http://archaeocafe.kvasirpublishing.com/archaeocafe-podcast-ep-221-hassan About Nazmul Hassan Nazmul is a freelance archaeologist based in Comilla, Bangladesh. He completed his …
 
This program is part of the Created Equal and Breathing Free podcast series presented in partnership with Florida Humanities. Online trolls and political disinformation. Cancel culture and Twitter pile-ons. We're living in a time when truth itself is under perpetual assault by growing numbers of our fellow citizens (and more than a few Russian bots…
 
This week we're talking all about Dry January: Who's doing it, who's lasting the distance, who's ditched it, what are the benefits and what does it mean for LGBTQ+ people? Your messages on every angle have been been flooding in and we've even got the incredible alcohol and addiction expert Toni Hogg dishing out their expertise. Click play now! In o…
 
This week we're talking all about Dry January: Who's doing it, who's lasting the distance, who's ditched it, what are the benefits and what does it mean for LGBTQ+ people? Your messages on every angle have been been flooding in and we've even got the incredible alcohol and addiction expert Toni Hogg dishing out their expertise. Click play now! In o…
 
This podcast was so much fun. It fucks pretty hard. COVID corruption starts with Bonnie Henry who is to be charged with crimes against Humanity for closing gyms and thinking it is helping Humanity when the opposite is. I know at the end of the episode i say i will add a link for tigers eye tunes but i dont have that url so here is tpm www.thepowerh…
 
Inspired by a photo from last week’s conversation about Thalidomide, we’re discussing the wild world of prosthetics throughout history, what disability means, and better living through body augmentation. Highlights: [0:00] Mark gives a very affecting lesson on why you shouldn’t keep wild animals as pets [17:10] CoRri is kind of on holiday in the Ha…
 
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