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Infiniti is a Lightworker who is here to help fellow Lightworker's remember their Divine Soul Missions, to discover their true self and Souls, to help by healing the physical body and to connect to their Soul and Spirit Tribes by her Divine Connections. She cured herself from Fibromyalgia, with the Divine Guidance of her Spirit Tribe in just a few seconds nearly 10 years ago. Now, she aims to cure Fibromyalgia for others, especially Parents so they can get back to their kids, and families in ...
 
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Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney with audio production by Hannah Varrall. With additional research and scripting by Henry Nicholls. This podcast is produced by First Create the Media for the Genetics So…
 
For people with Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, or HSAM, every day is memorable. Ask them what they were doing on this date 10 years ago, and they’ll be able to tell you. Markie Pasternak, one of the youngest people identified with HSAM, and Michael Yassa, PhD, director of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the Unive…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s obsession with China – Richard Tanter senior research associate Nautilus Institute University of MelbourneUrgent alert at recent attacks on activists in the Philippines – May KotsakisTwo court cases which could break the camel’s back of Australia’s cruel treatment of refugees – Max Costello – retired la…
 
Today’s episode is part 2 of a 2-part episode with Dr. Josh Snodgrass who is a professor at the University of Oregon. Today Chris and Cara continue the conversation with him about the need for open-access teaching materials in human biology, academic and community service, and future research and service directions. You can find out more about his …
 
What if the way you think about your brain and how and why it functions is just plain wrong? Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD, a professor of psychology at Northeastern University and author of the book “7 ½ Lessons About the Brain,” discusses myths about the brain and her theory that it evolved not to think but to control our bodies, and that emotions ar…
 
Hello Lovely Soul! Here is your April Full Moon meditation. I am so excited to bring you this connection. It was truly magical. It was unlike any we have ever done before, and it was WOW! The Oracle Messages were so wonderful and perfect...Truly uplifting and inspiring. I highly suggest that you do NOT skip to the meditation! LISTEN to the Oracle M…
 
Today’s episode is part 1 of a 2-part episode with Dr. Josh Snodgrass who is a professor at the University of Oregon. Today Chris and Cara talk with him about how he got into anthropology, the power of collaborative research, and setting up or becoming involved at field sites. Stay tuned for part 2 next week! You can find out more about his lab her…
 
We find out how researchers are unlocking the information hidden within the human genome using new technologies like CRISPR gene editing and artificial intelligence to develop better drugs and get them faster to patients. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Gen…
 
Over the past several years, climate change has moved from an abstract idea to a reality in many Americans’ lives – a reality that we are increasingly worried about. An APA survey found that two-thirds of American adults said that they felt at least a little “eco-anxiety,” defined as anxiety or worry about climate change and its effects. Dr. Thomas…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyFast in Washington for children of Yemeni – Kathy KellyLynas deception – Lee TanOur appalling record on human rights – Professor Spencer ZifcakOceanaGold deception – Peter MurphyReaction to ALP decision on Palestine State – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesBy jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Kathy Kelly, Lee Tan, Professor Spencer Zifcak, Peter Murphy & Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees
 
Our guest this week is Sammantha Holder, a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia. Sammantha chats with Chris and Cara about her most recent publication in the special AJHB issue "Biocultural approaches to the plasticity of the human skeleton" and her dissertation work on skeletal plasticity in Napoleonic soldiers. You can find Sammantha's pape…
 
Despite the fact that so many people profess to dislike making small talk, it turns out that talking to strangers and acquaintances can actually strengthen our mental health and enrich our lives. What do we gain from meeting new people? What have we been missing out on this past year as COVID-19 has restricted these social interactions? And how can…
 
On this week’s Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara talk to Stephanie Berger and Jacob S. Griffin who are graduate students in Bioarchaeology at The University of North Carolina and Dr. Sophia Dent who is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Appalachia State University about skeletal plasticity. Specifically, they discuss their roles as co-editors of a …
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyALP making moves to recognize State of Palestine – Nasser MachniBeginnings of a new women’s movement? – Coral WynterVale to leave New Caledonia – Nic MaclellanWas there an attempted coup in Jordan – Dr Tim AndersonBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Nasser Machni, Coral Wynter, Nic Maclellan, Dr Tim Anderson
 
Hello Lovely Soul, It's April 11, 2021-Happy New Moon! In this ACTIVATION MEDITATION we work with a LOT OF LIGHT! As usual, it's GAIA running the show and taking us through this self-healing practice. We tap into and work with our main 7 Chakras, our Guardian & Archangels. We tap into all the elements and receive pulses of like to activate our Crys…
 
We take a look at the history of gene editing, from the early days of restriction enzymes in the 1960s through to the CRISPR revolution and the very latest base editing techniques. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented b…
 
It’s too soon to know what effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the suicide rate in the United States, but even before the pandemic, that rate had been increasing in recent years, particularly among young people. Dr. Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD, the vice president of research for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, discusses what may …
 
On this weeks episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Sharon DeWitte who is a Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Anthropology. Much of her work focuses on variation in mortality risks before and after the medieval Black Death as well as demographic implications of the Black Death and its relation to skeletal indicators…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFight back in Malaysia and overseas against approval of Lynas Corp radio active waste dump – Natalie Lowrey – AID WatchPart 2 of history of Brazil post ending of military dictatorship in 1985 and the present situation under Bolsanaro – Sasha Gillies-LekakisBob Phelps from the GeneEthics Network on the trail of chem…
 
Hello Beautiful Soul, This episode is the audio version of the VIDEOS that are posted on my YouTube, Infiniti-The Healing Butterfly http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFpaOKqQpCFJN5HfRPupcXg Energy Update https://youtu.be/7TjZaL0hHp0 Meditation https://youtu.be/8rQ_TuxhM8I There's also a Energy Update PRE-SHOW video. https://youtu.be/fpc3lPgGA2c ENERG…
 
An interview with climate scientist Dr Tamsin Edwards from the Suffrage Science podcast: How women are changing science, from the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences Suffrage Science scheme. Subscribe to the Suffrage Science podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts to get the rest. Find out more about the Suffrage S…
 
What is it about puns that tickles our funny bone? Or dad jokes? How about a person slipping on a banana peel? What could possibly tie all these very different things together under the heading “humor”? Just in time for April Fool’s Day, we explore that question with Peter McGraw, PhD, a marketing and psychology professor at the University of Color…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy two women, one Jewish, one Palestinian attended Palestine Land Day – Shams and NinaLooking at history and likely outcome of Ecuador elections – Fred FuentesCampaign to stop production of killer robots – Matilda ByrnePart 1 of history of Brazil post military dictatorship in C20 and situation now – Sasha Gillies …
 
Jennifer Cullin is back on the pod! (First interview was Episode 53 in November 2019). She chats with Chris and Cara about the HBA meetings (the annual meeting starts today Monday March 29!!) and the Plenary Session in which she will be presenting her work on fat stigmatization and perception in young adults. Listen to her virtual podium talk at th…
 
We take a look at how humans have shaped animal species all over the world with author Helen Pilcher. Alex Ball from the Wild Genes project explains how genetics helps conservation, and we meet Bill Ritchie, the man who cloned Dolly the Sheep. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twit…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is a grim reminder that infectious diseases have been a danger throughout human history–so much so that the threat of infection has actually helped shape human evolution. Disgust, wariness of strangers, cultural norms around food and cleanliness–all of these behaviors may have evolved at least in part to keep us safe from infe…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin healyFight back against control of media in Malaysia – Lee Tan Extraordinary unionist Sam BondPolice compliance with cruelty – is Australia part of this? – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesCurrent situation in West Papua – Ronnie KareniJacob Grech returns from the Home Run 4 Julian…
 
Dr. Brian Hare is a professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University and a core member of the Center of Cognitive Neuroscience. He chats with Chris and Cara about his new book "Survival of the Friendliest" and what we can learn from puppies about our own evolution and bipartisanship. Find "Survival of the Frien…
 
Many people around the world have lost their sense of smell this past year due to COVID-19. Before the pandemic, scientists had already begun to gain a deeper understanding of how sophisticated our sense of smell is and how it is intertwined with our mental and physical health. Now, the pandemic is giving that research new urgency. Pamela Dalton, P…
 
Tara Cepon-Robins is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and her research uses novel methods to test the Hygiene Hypothesis and Disappearing Microbiota Hypothesis. On today’s episode, Chris and Cara talk to her about her work with the Shuar in Amazonian Ecuador and her work in the Rural American Sou…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyCarnage in Myanmar/Burma – Debbie Stothard – human rights activist living in ThailandPart two of Associate Professor Tilman Ruff’s assessment of Fukushima 10 years on.Will Pacific Nations get the vaccines and when – Journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan10 years of war on Syria – Dr Tim Anderson…
 
We’re exploring the idea of genetic superheroes, and why you might have hidden health powers within your genes. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney with audio production by Hannah Varrall. This podcast is …
 
When the world shut down in March 2020, few people imagined how different things would still look one year later – or that more than 500,000 Americans and 2.5 million people around the world would die from complications of COVID-19. APA’s Stress in America survey has been tracking the mental health toll this past year as Americans have dealt with l…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy Christian Porter should not have the position of the primary protector of the rule of law inAustralia – Kathryn KellyNew anti war group in the US – Kathy KellyGo ahead for the disputed expansion of the Australian War Memorial – Dr Sue WarehamPart 1 of interview with Associate Professor Tilman Ruff on the 10 ann…
 
Dr. Gary James, a SUNY Distinguished Professor at Binghamton University, passed away on October 15 2020. Dr. James is remembered for his work on blood pressure variation and stress responses in humans. Over the years he was President of the American Human Biology and the American Dermatoglyphics Associations, received the Franz Boas Distinguished A…
 
Meditation practices date back thousands of years and are a part of nearly every major religion. But it’s only in the past couple of decades that researchers have begun to use the tools of modern science to explore what is happening in the brain when people meditate and how meditation might benefit our mind and body. Richard Davidson, PhD, director…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyActivism alive and well in Wonthaggi – Jessica HarrisonIntroducing Dr Randi Irwin – new editor of AWSA e-bulletinSynthetic biology and much more – Bob PhelpsIndependent international enquiry into human rights abuses in Philippines to present first report to UNHRC in late March – Peter Murphy…
 
Herman Pontzer is an Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health at Duke University and author of “Burn”, forthcoming March 2nd 2021. In this episode, Chris and Cara talk about his new book which you can find here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/603894/burn-by-herman-pontzer-phd, the complexity of human metabolism, …
 
2.27.2021-THE FULL MOON! This episode has 2 parts. The first part we go over Moonology Oracle Cards & The Hidden Worlds Oracle. This is to prepare us for Part 2--the Guided Astral Meditation for this Full Moon. This was recorded on video for YouTube, and for a while there the video kept going out of focus, so that's what I'm referring to. The first…
 
Is there a gene for being a Very Good Dog or having a boopable snoot? And how do you turn a fearsome wolf into a pug in a party hat? Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney with audio production by Hannah Varr…
 
From movie plots to ad campaigns to viral videos, if they feature twins, they grab our attention every time. But it’s not only the general public who are fascinated with twins. Over many decades, twins have garnered attention from psychologists and other researchers because of what they can tell us about how our genes and environment interact to ma…
 
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