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This podcast is about everyday motorsports. Whether you autocross, enjoy track days, enter endurance races or race with SCCA/NASA - this is the podcast that covers the topics you are interested in. Friends since high school, hosts Bill Snow and John Thorne both have careers in the automotive industry and they enjoy everything about motorsports and cars.The topics covered include getting on track, how to get involved in local racing, and learning more about the motorsports industry.The name? ...
 
This Week in Space podcast covers the new space age. Every Friday we take a deep dive into a fascinating topic. What’s happening with the new race to the moon and other planets? When will SpaceX or NASA really send people to Mars? Join Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik from Space.com on This Week in Space. Subscribe today on your favorite podcatcher. New episodes posted every Friday.
 
A weekly podcast devoted to the exploration of space, with updates on what is happening in the space flight world as well as looking back at some of the key moments and figures involved with the evolution of space flight. Presented by historian Emily Carney and space nerd Dave Giles. More info: https://www.spaceandthingspodcast.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/spaceandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
3/18/22 NASA astronaut and Navy test pilot Jim Wetherbee (Interview) 3/25/22 The Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland: Historian Dr. Jonathan Mattison of the Curator of the Museum of Orange Heritage (Interview) 4/1/22 Westboro Baptist Church with Shirley Phelps-Roper (Interview) 4/8/22 Irish Rebellion of 1798 with Prof Tom Bartlett and historian John Kelly 4/22/22 Gallipoli Part One: Featuring Australian historians Ian Hodges and Brad Manera 4/29/22 Gallipoli Part Two: Featuring Australian historia ...
 
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AVIATE with Shaesta

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AVIATE with Shaesta

Shaesta Waiz, Michael Wildes

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AVIATE with Shaesta brings some of the most interesting female aviators together- trailblazers, record-setters, mothers, adventurers, entrepreneurs- to have honest conversations about what it means to be a woman in aviation. Join Shaesta Waiz, the Youngest Woman to Fly Solo Around the World, as she goes around the world (via a podcast) and connects with the industry to have honest conversations about being a woman in aviation. AVIATE, which stands for Acknowledge, Vocalize, Inclusion, Act, T ...
 
In the 50th anniversary year of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, fictional radio station KHCN-AM 4747 carries you back in time with a weekly podcast covering major news stories, social issues and Apollo activities in the spring and summer of 1969 as America enters the final sprint in the race against the Soviets to set foot on the moon.
 
Nine Days in July is a new podcast documentary series that explores each of the nine days of the Apollo 11 Mission, day by day, in nine 60-minute-long episodes. While telling the story of the mission to the moon as it occurs, we also spin back, and spin out, into stories about Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins, NASA, the Space Race, and the history of the world-at-large during those 9 Days in July.
 
In the nineteen-sixties, a group of wealthy men concludes that it's already too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. But they have a plan to save themselves. Twenty years later, Jack Crowley and Jim Patterson stumble onto the conspiracy, and every answer they find is accompanied by more questions - and more deaths. Jack is a former idealist, turned cynical by his years working as a New York tabloid editor. But his enthusiasm returns as he looks into the work of a NASA scie ...
 
Works That Shaped The World is back for 2020. This year we mark the 250th anniversary of the year 1770, a year of remarkable change on the cusp of the modern world. Works The Shaped The World explores humankind's great achievements and astonishing creations. Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, the inaugural 2019 series explored the moon through topics ranging from Shakespeare and cinema, to environmental humanities and Pythagoras.
 
INTERCAST SEASON ONE - weekly short storiesNEW WORLD ORDERS, A NOVEL - In the nineteen-sixties, a group of wealthy men concludes that it's already too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. But they have a plan to save themselves.Twenty years later, Jack Crowley and Jim Patterson stumble onto the conspiracy, and every answer they find is accompanied by more questions - and more deaths. Jack is a former idealist, turned cynical by his years working as a New York tabloid edito ...
 
Computers LIVE is a Drum and Bass Podcast made using Native Instruments Reaktor, Ableton Live Software and Japanese Midi Controllers. The show is streamed online and new shows are posted monthly. Themes are selected, modified and reworked until a Futuristic Bass Experience emerges. Drum and Bass, Jungle unlike anything you have ever experienced. Computers LIVE is a monthly podcast featuring exclusive releases of Drum n Bass, Dubstep, Hip Hop, IDM, EDM, DNB, Trance, Trap, Techno music. Made i ...
 
The V8 Radio Podcast hosts Kevin Oeste and Mike Clarke cover the classic and muscle car car scene from a regular car guy perspective. Topics include Muscle Car car events, goings on in the V8 Speed and Resto Shop, V8TV, Muscle Car Of The Week, and the state of their own classic car projects. Throw in a couple trivia questions and lots of unplanned banter, and you have a fun and laid-back show that makes a perfect companion to your own garage adventures.
 
Taking your time is a podcast series hosted by Jacques Fu, author of Time Hacks. You will learn tips and strategies of practical time management and discover what it means to make the most out of the moments you have. In this show, we also seek to explore the feeling and reality of never having enough time. Jacques's books, and businesses he's co-founded have been featured in news outlets such as Spectrum News, the Orlando Sentinel, and Inc Magazine, Forbes, and USA Today. Jacques will draw ...
 
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Paradigm Shift

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Paradigm Shift

Hebrews of The Twelve Tribes, TNT

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Last week, we got a stark reminder of the volatility of cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin plummeted to its lowest value in 16 months. This time, the source of the cascade of selling came from an unexpected quarter. The market crashed after investors fled a type of crypto called stablecoins, whose worth is pegged to a traditional currency, like the U.S. dol…
 
Apple says it will stop making its iconic iPod this year, after a more than two-decade run. When it first came out, the iPod was a sleek alternative to bulky CD or cassette players. And the “touch circle” feature below the two-toned screen felt like a revolution. Over the years, the iPod got even smaller: no screen, just a clip and some buttons on …
 
On the night of May 15, the moon will slip into the Earth's shadow for a remarkable celestial event: a blood moon eclipse. It's not as sinister as it sounds but will be a great show late in the evening. We'll tell you all about it and how to watch it, as well as the Great Mars Quake, moon plants, and the black hole at the center of the galaxy! Host…
 
So what does a race-inspired, twin turbo, fully-caged 1969 Buick Electra have to do with the Tuskegee Airmen? And did you say a twin turbo Electra? Find out all about it with special guest Michael Joseph, Chapter Historian at Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., and his "Faithful Persuit" tribute car to the legendary WWII flyers. Of course, Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke …
 
Stephen Sackur is in Washington to speak to the Ukrainian born Republican Congresswoman Victoria Spartz. She is an ardent advocate of US support for Kyiv in the war with Russia. Does her party and in particular Donald Trump, share her commitment to defeating Putin?(Photo: Victoria Spartz, Republican Congresswoman)…
 
Google hosted its annual developers conference this week, which it calls Google I/O. And for the first time since the start of the pandemic, attendees had the option to show up in person. The company announced software updates, new devices and, of course, details of improvements to the Android operating system, which runs on most of the world’s mob…
 
Heroes of Space. Part III In 1990, astronaut Steven Hawley deployed the Hubble telescope in space as part of the crew of the space shuttle Discovery. Kansas-born Hawley was among the civilians selected to be part of the space program on the basis of his expertise in a specific area: astronomy. One of his subsequent trips into space involved complet…
 
Breaking news this week - Plants grown in Lunar soil. Dr. Anna-Lisa Paul: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anna-lisa-paul-a9509ba5/ University of Florida Space Plants Lab: https://hos.ifas.ufl.edu/spaceplantslab/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/UF_Space_Plants Full show notes: https://spaceandthingspodcast.com/ Show notes include links to all articles ment…
 
With the expected Supreme Court opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade on its way, some consumers are rethinking how much of their health data they want to share with mobile apps. Multiple types of apps and programs, even internet searches, generate data like location tracking — data that could be used to implicate people seeking abortions. Marketplace’s …
 
Vanessa Blacknall-Jamison is our podcast guest today. Some of you may be familiar with Vanessa’s leadership from OBAP (the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals) or her advocacy and hard work with the FAA. Vanessa grew up in Denver, Colorado, and was introduced to aviation by her mother, a Flight Attendant talent recruiter. Inspired by her …
 
This week, facial recognition software company Clearview AI settled a lawsuit with the American Civil Liberties Union. The group sued Clearview in 2020 for allegedly violating the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act. While the case deals with a state law, the settlement has national implications, including limiting who can access the company…
 
Stephen Sackur is in Washington DC to speak to the Chairman of the US Senate Intelligence Committee, senior Democrat Senator Mark Warner. America is sending weapons and money to Ukraine to confront Vladimir Putin. But with economic troubles and political polarisation at home, is the US well equipped for a new era of conflict?(Photo: Democrat Senato…
 
Artificial intelligence has changed our world in major ways: autonomous vehicles, speech-recognition technology and algorithms that change what we see and hear on social media platforms. But the technology and data fueling AI is often powered by low-paid workers, particularly in the Global South. Some academics describes this as AI colonialism, sug…
 
Using passwords as a way to prove your identity online, though ubiquitous, has several downsides. People forget them and, if they aren’t strong enough, passwords can be guessed by criminals. Last week, Apple, Google and Microsoft announced plans to work together on a “passwordless” authentication system for their various browsers, services and devi…
 
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Heroes of Space. Part II In the aftermath of World War II, the United States and USSR quickly turned their attention to space. In this episode, I talk to one of the world's leading experts on space history: Dr. Cathleen Lewis curator of International Space Programs and Spacesuits at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum. We di…
 
This week we look at some of the best--and worst--space movies of all time, and some you've probably never heard of. Then, OSIRIS-Rex rides again, Russia will stay with the ISS, and Boeing's Starliner tries for the skies... again. Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get epi…
 
Kevin Oeste takes his 1970 Buick Riviera on the first road trip in 6 years, and lives to tell about it! Later, he shares his experiences with Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke about presenting at a local middle school career day and the interest of students in the automotive industry. His findings might surprise you! Of course, there's some stimulating Automoti…
 
As supporters and opponents of abortion rights continue to parse the leaked draft ruling obtained by Politico this week, one of the many questions that have come up is what the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and stricter anti-abortion laws, would mean for our lives online. Technology plays a major role in connecting people with reproductive health ser…
 
Hungary is at odds with fellow Nato and EU members thanks to its close ties to Russia and suspicion of Ukraine’s president Zelensky. Stephen Sackur speaks to Zoltán Kovács, Hungary’s Secretary of State for International Communication. Whose side is Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán really on?(Photo: Zoltán Kovács, Hungary Secretary of State for…
 
Social media companies say they are working hard to prevent hate speech from being posted on their platforms, and remove it when it is. But that’s an ongoing challenge as they operate in numerous countries with many languages and social contexts. A new report from the nonprofit Center for Countering Digital Hate reveals anti-Muslim hate speech and …
 
This week we’re talking to the CEO and VP of Technical Development for ThinkOrbital, a start up company which is trying to revolutionise the commercial station market. Think Orbital: https://thinkorbital.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thinkorbital/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkOrbital Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/U…
 
Today, our guest is a corporate pilot, Founder and President of the Hera Aviation Group, and mommy of two, Jessica Webster. As a Massachusetts native, Jessica attended airshows with her family and admired the aircraft from afar. It wasn't until the Commander of a P-3 Orion invited Jessica to sit on the aircraft's wing with the crew that she believe…
 
A major part of Russia’s war strategy is the control of messages spread online, both in occupied areas of Ukraine and within Russia itself. Platforms like Facebook have been banned and labeled “extremist” by Russian authorities. Some sites, like YouTube, remain partially available. At the same time, the Kremlin is trying to push Russian users to a …
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Bill Browder, the American investor who made a fortune in post-Soviet Russia before falling foul of Vladimir Putin. Browder has long campaigned for Russia’s economic isolation - his lobbying has been instrumental in the US passing the Magnitsky Act in 2012, which imposed targeted sanctions on Russian individuals directly co…
 
Video games are more technologically sophisticated than ever these days — virtual reality headsets, augmented reality integration, and some of the most powerful and realistic graphics yet. At the end of the day, a good, innovative video game needs one important element. According to industry veteran Reggie Fils-Aimé, former President of Nintendo Am…
 
The European Union is pushing to regulate big, global technology firms. In their latest move, EU negotiators agreed to a broad set of legislation called the Digital Services Act, which aims to, among a long list of other items, require social media companies to make their algorithms more transparent and limit the spread of disinformation on their p…
 
Can you believe that a trip to the dentist resulted in a lifetime of motorsports involvement? The Boreens have been in involved with the Sports Car Club of America since 1970 and have been hooked ever since. They were the driving force behind the creation of the Classic American Muscle (CAM) class in SCCA Autocross. This program has been very succe…
 
The Anzac landings in Gallipoli quickly descend into chaos as Braund and other commanders try to lead their men to victory against overwhelming odds. In this episode, I explore the story of the tragic tale of George Braund, Henry Edward White, and so many others. I interview two experts in the field: Brad Manera, and Ian Hodges, who provide fascina…
 
Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids, and living on the moon and Mars won't be easy. This week we talk to Pascal Lee, planetary scientist, polar adventurer and chief of the Houghton Mars Project Arctic research facility to explore how living on other worlds might be accomplished. Also, it's busy at the Kennedy Space Center, the Mars Heli…
 
This week, Apple rolled out its Self-Service Repair Store. Consumers and independent shops can now order spare parts and rent company-authorized tools to fix certain iPhones. This comes after President Joe Biden issued an executive order in July promoting consumers’ “right to repair” their own electronics. Congress is considering new laws to make i…
 
Twitter users and investors have been trying to guess what’s ahead for the social media platform since the company agreed to a $44 billion buyout from Tesla and SpaceX CEO — and Twitter superuser — Elon Musk. Musk has praised Twitter as an important platform for public discourse and says he plans to make it better by cracking down on bot accounts, …
 
This week we’re joined by retired NASA astronaut Susan Kilrain to discuss a new book she’s currently writing called “After The Trailerblazers” for women in traditionally male-dominated fields. It mainly covers how even though the first woman has broken the glass ceiling, the shards of glass still remain to hinder the women who follow. Susan Kilrain…
 
Contrary to what you might have seen in the Rock’s movie “San Andreas,” we still can’t predict earthquakes. But there have been recent advances in seismology assisted by artificial intelligence. Researchers at Stanford used a deep-learning algorithm to detect more earthquakes in cities by filtering out the normal noise and vibrations of urban life.…
 
Many of us spent lots of time cruising up and down a local stretch of road, hanging out with friends, showing off our cars, and trying to be cool. Today, many of these cruising events have been legislated away or have fallen to the wayside of digital entertainment. Jason LiCavoli is out to change all that, bringing back cruising for all kinds of ca…
 
Joining me on this episode of the AVIATE with Shaesta podcast is the CEO and President of the National Aviation Hall of Fame, Amy Spowart. Amy grew up in central Pennsylvania and took a non-traditional route in aviation. Her first flight experience was when she was 19 years old on a TWA flight. Although Amy had her hesitations about flying for the …
 
Twitter officially accepted a buyout offer from Elon Musk on Monday valued at $44 billion. Musk is the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, the richest person in the world and has been described as something of a memelord on Twitter. He’s praised the platform as a bastion of free speech but he has some ideas to make it … more free: more transparency about the …
 
There are two long-standing trends in the tech industry that have intensified over the last couple years: there are more jobs than workers to fill them, and there’s a need to diversify this workforce. More and more companies are rolling back degree requirements that were part of many job descriptions. Today, we’ll hear how that dynamic has given ne…
 
Mason Dorner is the co-founder and chief ads officer at Ascenditt, and he helps e-commerce and SAAS founders build billion dollar brands. He's worked at all kinds of companies from unicorns startups, valued at over a billion to large brands, such as Disney.By Jacques Fu
 
Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke and Kevin Oeste chat about the upcoming V8 Speed and Resto Shop Drive In Cruise event and the possible film to be shown. And then they switch over to Kevin's early days of racing, and writing about motorsports. And we mean early days! You'll find all this, plus Automotive Trivia and a whole lot more on this episode of the V8 Ra…
 
On this episode, we look at NASA's plans to land humans on the Red Planet from the Apollo era through today, and SpaceX's parallel initiatives with the Starship mega-rocket. Which program will be the first to be Mars-capable? Also, a comet the size of Rhode Island heading our way, a cry for help to ET, and a meteor shower is happening. Hosts: Rod P…
 
Scraping data from public websites is legal. That’s the upshot of a decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this week. LinkedIn had taken a case against data analytics company hiQ, arguing it was illegal for hiQ to “scrape” users’ profile data to analyze employee turnover rates under the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). T…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to the the former Russian oligarch turned Putin foe, Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was once the boss of energy company Yukos and Russia’s richest oligarch. After falling out with President Putin, he spent 10 years in prison. Now he wants tougher western sanctions on Moscow and more arms for Ukraine in the war with Russia. If Putin …
 
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