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Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from Global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
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Abraham (Avi) Loeb is the Frank B. Baird, Jr., Professor of Science at Harvard University. He received a PhD in Physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel at age 24 (1980-1986), led the first international project supported by the Strategic Defense Initiative (1983-1988), and was subsequently a long-term member of the Institute for A…
 
Vandana Verma is the Chief Engineer for Robotic Operations for Mars 2020 Perseverance, and the Assistant Section Manager for Mobility and Robotics Systems at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She specializes in space robotics, autonomous robots and robotic operations. She has worked on a number of Space Robotics and Artificial Intelligence research a…
 
Serena Zabin is the winner of the 2020 Journal of the American Revolution Book of the Year award. In this fresh interpretation, Serena Zabin paints a stirring new picture of an event that defined the Revolutionary Era. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.comBy Dispatches
 
Darsh is our Star guest and an Astrophysicist, based in Oxford UK. He talks to Indian Genes in this episode giving us a clear understanding of the Big Bang and the latest updates in the field of Astrophysics.He does share a lot of interesting insights and thoughts as well on the amazing universal puzzles that make for great and engaging listening. …
 
Mitul joined King’s College London as a post-doctoral researcher in Neuroimaging in 2003 with the aim of setting up a research group focussed on pharmacological neuroimaging using MRI methodology. He worked with positron emission tomography at Imperial College for a number of years as an MRC Training Fellow before moving to King’s. A Wellcome Trust…
 
Susmita Mohanty is an Indian spaceship designer, serial space entrepreneur and a climate action advocate. She is well known for her research on space related topics. She co-founded India's first private space start-up, Earth2Orbit in 2009.She is the only space entrepreneur in the world to have started companies on three different continents in Asia…
 
In EP 13, we continue where we left off in EP 12 and Bernardo Kasturp dives deeper into consciousness and how this is central to our understanding of the world around us. He also answers questions posted on line and fascinates us with insights that are thought provoking and brilliant. THis is an episode that would be enjoyed as a continuation of EP…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor George Kotlik. While Texas has a long history of revolutions, few realize its contributions to the Patriot cause. Throughout the latter years of the conflict the Spanish Empire utilized its colonial resources to aid the Americans in the their quest for independence from Britain. For more information visit www.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Brian Gerring. During the American Revolution “the small war” proved to be a pivotal part of Britain’s war effort. On the frontiers, Indian warfare was a constant threat. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is Pulitzer Prize winning author Rick Atkinson. As book one of a three book trilogy, "The British Are Coming" is a long-awaited foray into the earliest years of the American Revolution. On this episode Rick Atkinson discusses the war, the young nation, its greatest leaders, and why he believes that now is the right time to revis…
 
This week our guest is Dr. Colin Calloway, winner of the 2018 Book of the Year Award from the Journal of the American Revolution. In his new book "The Indian World of George Washington," Calloway details the life of George Washington through his interactions with the native peoples of North America. On this episode we discuss how these interactions…
 
This week our guest is award-winning author and chef Michael W. Twitty. Since their arrival in the 17th century, Africans have played an instrumental role in shaping the culture and cuisine of North America. Using food as a primary source, Michael Twitty traces the history of enslaved peoples in the New World and highlights their lasting influence …
 
This week our guest is JAR editor and author Don N. Hagist. In his new book “Noble Volunteers” Don Hagist reveals the complex make up of the British Army and highlights the intricacies of daily life during the American Revolution. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Eric Wiser. Cornelius Hatfield earned a reputation as a daring raider and loyal subject. As he terrorized Patriots in New York and New Jersey, he cemented his legacy as one of the most infamous Loyalist outlaws of the American Revolution. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.…
 
This week our guest is New York Times bestselling author Thomas E. Ricks. Washington. Adams. Jefferson. Madison. First Principles follows these four members of the Revolutionary generation from their youths to their adult lives, as they grappled with questions of independence, and forming and keeping a new nation. For more information visit www.all…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Mark R. Anderson. After braving the harsh Canadian wilderness, Ethan Allen was defeated at Montreal. Two centuries later the event remains shrouded in mystery. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Robert Scott Davis. Margaret Eustace led a famed life, but a mysterious letter in Georgia has left historians baffled for over two centuries. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is Jar Contributor and Youtube content creator Bridget Barbara. While Benedict Arnold’s treasonous gamble has become the stuff of legend, his conspiracy with John Andre is still readily traced. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.comBy Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Damien Cregeau. Washington, Hamilton, John Paul Jones. Their lives were critical in the cause of freedom, and their final resting places remind us of their sacrifices. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
In EP 12 Indian Genes talks to Bernardo Kastrup's who has been leading the modern renaissance of metaphysical idealism, the notion that reality is essentially mental. He has a Ph.D. in philosophy (ontology, philosophy of mind) and another Ph.D. in computer engineering (reconfigurable computing, artificial intelligence). As a scientist, Bernardo has…
 
Sara Seager is the Class of 1941 Professor of Planetary Science, Professor of Physics, and Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her past research is credited with laying the foundation for the field of exoplanet atmospheres, while her current research focuses on exoplanet atmospheres and the future…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor and author Mike Cecere. It was one of the great "what-if" moments of the American Revolution: what if Patrick Henry had followed through with his attack on Williamsburg? It was long before Lexington and Concord, and he came closer than most would ever think. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.…
 
This week our guest is author and former White House webmaster Jane Hampton Cook. The letters of John and Abigail Adams stand out as some of the most candid conversations of the Revolutionary Era. The couple was outspoken on many issues, most notably rights for women in the new republic. With the nineteenth amendment turning 100, her views are more…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Derrick E. Lapp. The fall of Fort Washington was a low point in the military history of the continental army. Aside from the obvious problems of such a defeat, it also stands as George Washington's greatest failure as commander-in-chief. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Kim Burdick. After the American victory at Saratoga, French military support materialized at just the right moment. Their journey to America was harrowing, and revealed a side of the war most have never seen. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
Ashwing Vasavada from NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California and a CALTECH / UCLA star, has been involved with the Mars Rover Curiosity for over eight years now and has virtually spent that time living on Mars through the Curiosity mission. If anyone knows the conditions on Mars, then it is Ashwin and in this episode he discusses in detail, …
 
This week our guest is Library of Congress Curator Christopher Warren. From the earliest rumblings of revolt, the written word has been central to the cause. As the war evolved, so did it’s writings. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Jeff Dacus. In 1781 Fort Watson loomed large on the South Carolina frontier. After a spark of innovation, Continental forces relied on an ancient strategy to win the day: the siege tower. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Greg Aaron. Liberty Belle, The Flag, John Liberty. In the post WWII landscape, comic book superheroes dominated American popular culture and the American Revolution was a common backdrop. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Jett Conner. Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson were ideological pillars of their party. Their conservative view of presidential authority soon crumbled when Jefferson approved the Louisiana Purchase. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.By Dispatches
 
India’s first space traveler, Wing Commander Rakesh Sharma, AC is a former Indian Air Force pilot who flew aboard Soyuz T-11 on April 3rd, 1984 with the Interkosmos program. He is the only Indian citizen to travel in space. He speaks exclusively to Indian Genes about his mission and the memories that he carries with him. Rakesh Sharma openly speaks…
 
This week our guest is author and JAR contributor Christian M. McBurney. During the American Revolution, entire communities were considered to be up for grabs in the great ideological struggle for domination. When Charles Lee reaches Newport, RI, his greatest weapon was a forcible oath of allegiance. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Geoff Smock. Thomas Jefferson set himself apart from his fellow founders by being one of the most thoughtful commentators of his time. Discussing all aspects of American life, Jefferson regularly shared his opinion on a wide array of topics including rebellion, revolution, and infectious disease. For more info…
 
This week our guest is author and JAR contributor Andrew Waters. As the Revolution moved south, the state of South Carolina found itself torn asunder in a brutal civil war. Hoping to calm the storm, Nathanael Greene paired with the insurgent leader Thomas Sumter to remove the Redcoats from the Palmetto State. Their personalities clashed, and their …
 
This week our guest is White House historian Lindsay M. Chervinsky. During George Washington’s first term, there was no blue print and little in the way of Constitutional precedent. Despite these problems, our first president managed to establish one of the most sacred of all presidential institutions: the cabinet. For more information visit www.al…
 
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