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  • Full Replay: Dear Class of 2020

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    See the full replay here or catch show highlights in our Dear Class of 2020 playlist:

    YouTube Originals “Dear Class of 2020, a virtual commencement celebration bringing together inspirational leaders, celebrities, and YouTube creators to celebrate graduates, their families, and their communities.

    00:00:00 Part 1: Featuring Alicia Keys and Lizzo
    00:27:37 Part 2: Featuring Michelle Obama and Beyoncé
    01:18:25 Part 3: Featuring BTS
    01:43:08 Part 4: Featuring Sundar Pichai
    02:04:46 Part 5: Featuring Sec. Condoleezza Rice and Malala
    02:29:43 Part 6: Featuring Maluma
    02:42:10 Part 7: Featuring Sec. Robert M. Gates
    03:28:37 Part 8: Featuring President Barack Obama, Lady Gaga, and Chloe x Halle
    03:59:31 Part 9: Katy Perry and Grad Party

  • 30 Weird Facts About the Worlds Biggest Brands

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  • Ep. 30- The Science of Weight Loss

    1:47:41

    TIME STAMPS

    0:00 Intro

    5:28 Guest Introduction

    12:34 Eric Trexler’s thoughts on the Framing of Metabolic Adaptation

    15:40 Is it the same: Maintaining Bodyfat at a Lean Level vs. Maintaining Bodyfat from an Unhealthy Level to Less Bodyfat Percentage?

    23:55 Individual Differences of Hard Weight Gain/Loss and Easy Weight Gain/Loss

    29:00 Overfeeding Studies in Animal Models

    37:05 Speaking to that Individual Variability when it comes to Metabolic Adaptation. How do you adjust for the Individual when there are all these Variables?

    51:10 Expanding on Dieting with a Low-Calorie Intake and Energy Expenditure

    1:06:30 Basic Terminology: Eric Trexler Explains the Components of Energy Expenditure. Which ones Primarily Adapt? What is the difference between a Lean Person and an Obese Person as far as what adapts?

    1:16:55 Regarding Societal Expectations: Experience from Coaching Individuals and dealing with the Reality that they have to eat less than they think and setting them up for compliance.

    1:37:43 Closing Statements/Outro

  • Turbo

    1:35:39

    From the creators of Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda, Turbo is a high-velocity comedy about an ordinary snail who dares to dream big — and fast. After a freak accident gives him the power of super-speed, Turbo kicks his dreaming into overdrive, and with the help of his streetwise snail crew, he embarks on an extraordinary journey to achieve the seemingly impossible: winning the Indianapolis 500!

  • From PBB to PFAS: Research and Action to Address Michigan’s Large-Scale Chemical Contaminations

    5:48:36

    SPH Symposium 8:30-AM- 2PM Hussey Room, MI League

  • No Way Out: Precarious living in the shadow of poverty, policing, and drug dealing

    2:20:31

    Lecture presented at University of Michigan-Dearborn on March 7, 2017.

    How do trust, legitimacy, and the discretionary of authority of police and outsiders pervade negative interactions?

    This talk illustrates how overlapping surveillance systems place multiple, contradictory demands on the residents of poor black neighborhoods that are often impossible to satisfy.

    Professor Waverly Duck is an urban sociologist, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh with a focus on inequality, culture, communication, ethnomethodology, and ethnography, and author of No Way Out: Precarious Living in the Shadow of Poverty and Drug Dealing.

    Guest commentators include: Bishop Daryl Harris, Detroit CeaseFire, Khary Mason, Detroit Police Department and Ebonie Byndon-Fields, Wayne State University.

  • AAS Eclipse Workshop 2017

    5:53:37

    On 21 August 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will cross the United States from coast to coast, giving tens of millions of people in a 70-mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina a chance to see the solar corona and experience all phases of the eclipse. The Moon's shadow will sweep across the country starting mid morning in Oregon with just under two minutes of totality and reaching maximum duration of approximately 2 minutes 40 seconds in Southern Illinois before exiting over South Carolina mid afternoon.

    Outside the path of totality, all of North America will experience a partial eclipse. This event, the first total solar eclipse to touch the US mainland since 1979 and the first to span the continent since 1918, presents a unique opportunity to excite people about science and connect them personally to the cosmos, as well as to conduct several important scientific observations. We are a working group dedicated to the science and public outreach of this unique event.

    The Eclipse 2017 Workshop IV took place in Carbondale, Illinois, on Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11 June 2016, at the SIU Carbondale Student Center, hosted by Bob Baer and Shadia Habbal.

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    00:01:02 Shadia Habbal, Professor - University of Hawaii The Magic of Total Solar Eclipses
    00:19:19 Charles Fulco, Science Consultant Eclipses 101: Introducing the Great American Eclipse
    00:40:42 David Baron, Writer Using the Eclipse to Illuminate History
    01:00:32 Jay Ryan, AmericanEclipseUSA.com Illustrating the Eclipse
    01:17:32 Fred Espenak, Goddard Space Flight Center Glorious Totality
    01:44:31 Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com A Tour of the Great American Eclipse
    02:15:42 Press Conference – Brad Colwell, SIUC Interim Chancellor
    02:16:53 Press Conference—Fred Espenak, Goddard Space Flight Center
    02:20:51 Press Conference—Shadia Habbal, Professor—University of Hawaii
    02:26:08 Press Conference—Angela Speck, Professor—University of Missouri
    02:28:55 Press Conference—Lou Mayo, NASA
    02:38:40 Press Conference Q&A
    02:47:46 Matt Penn, National Solar Observatory Citizen CATE Experiment: 2015, 2016, 2017
    03:06:30 Lika Guhathakurta, NASA 2017 Eclipse: The 100 Year Eclipse
    03:23:16 Lou Mayo, NASA Eclipse 2017: Through the Eyes of NASA
    03:38:57 Chris Giersch, NASA EDGE
    03:49:26 Bob Baer, SIUC Eclipse Co-Chair Eclipse 2017: SIUC Preparations
    04:03:46 Michelle Nichols, Adler Planetarium Adler Planetarium: The Year of the Eclipse
    04:16:04 Jim Todd, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Total Solar Eclipse: Oregon
    04:32:01 John Jerit & Paulo Aur, American Paper Optics
    04:47:05 Sophie Margolis & Mark Margolis, Rainbow Symphony Eclipse Safety and Solar Viewing
    05:00:32 Don Ficken, St. Louis Astronomical Society & Trish Erzfeld, Heritage County Tourism St. Louis Eclipse 2017
    05:11:04 Michael Bakich, Astronomy Magazine Eclipse Preparations in St. Joseph
    05:21:35 Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com Leveraging Social Media for Outreach
    05:41:30 Dan McGlaun, Eclipse 2017.org Alaska Airlines Flight 870

  • From Lab to Site: Innovation in Concrete

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  • MPs Elect Speaker of the House of Commons

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    On the first day of the 43rd Parliament, MPs convene in the House of Commons chamber to elect their Speaker. Five candidates are in contention for the role, including Geoff Regan, who served as Speaker in the previous Parliament.

  • A Pair of Blue Eyes Audiobook by Thomas Hardy | Audiobook with Subtitles | Part 2

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    The book describes the love triangle between a young woman, Elfride Swancourt, and her two suitors from very different backgrounds. Stephen Smith is a socially inferior but ambitious young man who adores her and with whom she shares a country background. Henry Knight is the respectable, established, older man who represents London society. (Summary by Wikipedia)
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    Genre(s): General Fiction, Romance

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  • Live Q&A: Location Independence, Remote Year, Digital Nomad, Kyoto Japan

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    Full-Time Travel Q&A from Kyoto, Japan

    Welcome to my Full-Time Travel Q&A from my apartment in Kyoto, Japan. Thanks to all that joined and asked questions. I currently live in Kyoto, Japan. I have some exciting news! I'll be joining The Budget Minded website as a blogger! I will be contributing monthly blog posts to the site. I have been listening to The Budget Minded Traveler Podcast forever - so I am really excited to join that team!

    For the live audience: I am ready to discuss full-time travel, being a digital nomad, work and travel, remote year, living in Kyoto, Japan, cost of living in Kyoto, Thailand, being location independent, how to quit your job to travel and work remotely, remote work, my work with budget minded traveler, how I retired early, and anything else you want to talk about that's travel related.

    For those not watching life: If you have any questions about full-time travel, remote year, how to be a digital nomad, how to be a travel vlogger, or any other questions about travel full-time travel -- make sure you leave them in the comments.

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  • French Resistance | Wikipedia audio article

    2:58:29

    This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
    French Resistance

    Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.

    Learning by listening is a great way to:
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    Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone.

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    The French Resistance (French: La Résistance) was the collection of French movements that fought against the Nazi German occupation of France and against the collaborationist Vichy régime during the Second World War. Resistance cells were small groups of armed men and women (called the Maquis in rural areas), who, in addition to their guerrilla warfare activities, were also publishers of underground newspapers, providers of first-hand intelligence information, and maintainers of escape networks that helped Allied soldiers and airmen trapped behind enemy lines. The men and women of the Resistance came from all economic levels and political leanings of French society, including émigrés, academics, students, aristocrats, conservative Roman Catholics (including priests), and also citizens from the ranks of liberals, anarchists and communists.
    The French Resistance played a significant role in facilitating the Allies' rapid advance through France following the invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944, and the lesser-known invasion of Provence on 15 August, by providing military intelligence on the German defences known as the Atlantic Wall and on Wehrmacht deployments and orders of battle. The Resistance also planned, coordinated, and executed acts of sabotage on the electrical power grid, transport facilities, and telecommunications networks. It was also politically and morally important to France, both during the German occupation and for decades afterward, because it provided the country with an inspiring example of the patriotic fulfillment of a national imperative, countering an existential threat to French nationhood. The actions of the Resistance stood in marked contrast to the collaboration of the French regime based at Vichy, the French people who joined the pro-Nazi Milice française and the French men who joined the Waffen SS.
    After the landings in Normandy and Provence, the paramilitary components of the Resistance were organised more formally, into a hierarchy of operational units known, collectively, as the French Forces of the Interior (FFI). Estimated to have a strength of 100,000 in June 1944, the FFI grew rapidly and reached approximately 400,000 by October of that year. Although the amalgamation of the FFI was, in some cases, fraught with political difficulties, it was ultimately successful, and it allowed France to rebuild the fourth-largest army in the European theatre (1.2 million men) by VE Day in May 1945. Marcel Marceau; a famous mime named Bip was also in the French Resistance. His father was taken captive and was taken to a concentration camp by the nazis. He became part of the French Resistence. To help free kids he pretended to take Boy Scouts on a hike and then hike to Switzerland for safety. He is also proclaimed to be the founder of the floss dance. He would use it in his mime shows.

  • The Birthplace of Hockey - Starr Manufacturing Dartmouth NS

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    David Jones delivers a compelling argument that the true birthplace of Hockey is in Dartmouth Nova-Scotia, Canada. There is evidence that the first games were played on Lake Banook. Lake Banook also happens to be the location of the world's first skate manufacturing company Starr Manufacturing in Dartmouth. Windsor NS currently boasts that they are the birthplace of hockey.

    You can find out about the True birthplace and history of hockey here:

    The David Jones Dartmouth history blog here:

  • 319th Knowledge Seekers Workshop March 12, 2020

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    Welcome to the 319th Knowledge Seekers Workshop for Thursday, March 12, 2020.

    Corona Virus Blueprint Day

    WE HAVE MANAGED TO OVERCOME THE CORONA VIRUS FOR GOOD.

    We will show all successful cases of Iranian Keshe Foundation in overcoming the virus and showing the way to others how to handle the cases.

    Keshe Foundation will show hundreds of cases which have been handled successfully in Iran in the past week and shares its work with the rest of the Keshe Foundation world family .

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  • Governing Board Monthly Meeting - March 12, 2020

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  • January 14, 2020 - BCC Regular Meeting

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  • AIR Dibrugarh Online Radio Live Stream

    4:41:35

    ALL INDIA RADIO: DIBRUGARH
    PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: For THURSDAY 06-02-2020
    M.W 529.1m/KHz.567 F.M. 101.30 MHz

    PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: For THURSDAY 06.02.2020

    TRANSMISSION III (3.28 PM to 10.30 PM)
    3.28 AIR Signature Tune/Opening Announcement
    3.30 Mishing Geet: Artist: Dr. Pabitra Pegu & Deepti Rani Pegu
    3.45 Programme in Mijumishimi
    4.05 Programme in Khampti
    4.25 Programme in Wanchoo
    4.45 News in Hindi
    4.55 News in English
    5.00 Programme in Idu
    5.20 Programme in Tangsa
    5.40 Programme in Nocte
    6.00 Anchalik Batori
    6.05 Programme Summery
    6.10 Vrindagaan:
    6.15 LAKHIMI: (Gaya Mahilar Anusthan) Interview on “Garbhawastha Aru Hridrog”
    With Dr. Mriganka Shekhar Chaliha
    6.45 Sandhiyar Anchalik Batori
    6.55 Aajir Prasanga
    7.00 News in Hindi
    7.05 News in Assamese
    7.15 “YUVABANI”: (Youth Programme) Amar Atithi Shilpi Interview with Pallab Kalita (Singer)
    7.45 Adhunik Geet: Artist: Juriti Borgohain
    8.00 Time & Meter Reading: Sponsored Programme: GYANMALINI, Dibrugarh Vishya Vidyalayar Dur-Sikhya Sanchalakya Projojana Kora Sikhayarthir Sokolor Babe Anatar Path Dan Anusthan:
    8.30 Jnan Bijnan Talk: “Sarishrip Pranir Soite Jorito Andhabiswas” By Dr. Tikendrajit Gogoi (Part-1)
    8.40 Programme Highlight
    8.45 Samachar Sandhya:
    9.00 News at Nine:
    9.16 Bare Rahania: (Jyoti Sangeet) Artist: Bhupen Hazarika
    9.25 Nichar Anchalik Batori:
    9.30 DRAMA “PADAKSHEP” Written by Jharna Saikia, Produced by Lakhi Dutta
    10.00 QUESTION HOUR IN PARLIAMENT / Classical Music: (Stand by) Artist: Pt. Brij Nakayan (Sarod) Raga: Multani & Kirwani
    11.00 News in English
    11.05 News in Hindi
    11.10 Close Down.

  • AIR Dibrugarh Online Radio Live Stream

    11:51:06

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  • twitch.tv/monotonetim 2017-07-06 22:06

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  • AIR Dibrugarh Online Radio Live Stream

    10:25:53

  • AIR Dibrugarh Online Radio Live Stream

    11:16:49

    ALL INDIA RADIO: DIBRUGARH
    PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: FOR MONDAY 02.12.19
    M.W 529.1m/KHz.567 F.M. 101.30 MHz

    TRANSMISSION III (3.28 PM to 10.30 PM)

    3.28 AIR Signature Tune/Opening Announcement:
    3.30 Mishing Song: Artist: Abanti Pamegam Chetia
    3.45 Programme in Mijumishimi
    4.05 Programme in Khampti
    4.25 Programme in Wancho
    4.45 News in Hindi
    4.55 News in English
    5.00 Programme Idu
    5.20 Programme in Tangsa
    5.40 Programme in Nocte
    6.00 Anchalik Batori
    6.05 Programme Summary & Highlight
    6.10 Vrindagaan:
    6.15 GANYA RAIJOR ANUSTHAN/(Rural Programme)
    6.45 Sandhiyar Anchalik Batori
    6.55 Aajir Prasanga
    7.00 News in Hindi
    7.05 News in Assamese
    7.15Yuvavani:Hello Yuvabani
    7.45Adhunik Geet: Artist: Sarat Kr. Phangchoo
    8.00 Time & Metre Reading:/ Quotation DRAMA: “AAI DHORITRIR SWOPNO” Written by Chandradhar Chamua. Production Jayantajit Das & Lohit Deka Part: 2
    8.30 TALK IN ASSAMESE: Talk on “Notun Prajanma Bishayan Aru Poribortita Shiksha Sanskriti”
    By Arun Baruah
    8.40 Programme Highlight
    8.42 Commercial Spot
    8.45 SamacharSandhaya
    9.00 News at Nine
    9.15 Commercial Spot
    9.16 Assembly Review
    9.25 Nikhar Anchalik Batori
    9.30 Discussion in English Discussion on “Healthy Eating” Pts: Dr. Prabal Saikia, Dr. Ruma Bhattacharjee & Dr. Dipak Kr. Doley (Moderator)
    10.00 Question Hour in Parliament
    11.00 News in English
    11.05 News in Hindi
    11.10 Weather Report/Time Reading/Closing

    PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: FOR TUESDAY 03.12.19

    5.30 Vandemataram/Opening Announcement Mangal Vadya/Programme Announcement
    5.35 Bhaktigeeti
    6.00 News in Hindi
    6.05 Gandhi Chinta & Programme Summary
    6.10 Swasthya Charcha: Interview on “Dementia” With Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhuyan/ Interviewer Kartik Sutradhar Part: XII
    6.15 Classical Music: (Vocal) Artist: Ud. Vilayat Hussain Khan Rag: Sohani
    6.30 Bhajan: Artist: Minakshi Konwar Dev
    6.40 Employment News
    6.45 Folk Music: (Tokarigeet)/ Artist: Bhibi Kanta Baruah & Pty.
    7.05 News in Assamese:
    7.15“Ajir Dinto”/(Morning Information Service)/
    7.30 GEETANJALI: 1.Artist: Binapani Dutta Lyc: Syed Saadulla 2. Artist: Babita Hazarika Lyc: Nagen
    3.Artist: Bipul Phukan Lyc: Keshab Mahanta 4. Artist: Babita Baruah Lyc: Karabi Deka Hazarika
    5. Artist: Boby Dowerah Lyc: Ahmed Shah
    7.55 Commercial Spot
    8.00 Samachar Prabhat
    8.15 Morning News
    8.30 North East News Bulletin in English
    8.35 “SURAR PANCHOI” (Assamese Film Song)
    8.50 Puwar Anchalik Batori
    9.00 Jilar Rehrup
    9.05 “ANTARA” / Hindi Film Songs
    9.35 Weather Report / Time Reading Closing Announcement Close Down

    TRANSMISSION II (11.28 AM to 3.30 PM)

    11.58 AIR Signature Tune /Opening Announcement
    12.00 News in English
    12.05 Folk Music: (Gosai Naam) Artist: Gunalata Neog & Pty.
    12.30 “GEETIMANJARI” Artist: Jayanta Hazarika, Ridip Dutta, Khagen Mahanta, Anima Deka, Anup Ghoshal, Samar Hazarika
    1.00 News in English
    1.05 News in Hindi
    1.10 Troops Programme
    1.40 News in Assamese
    1.50 Adhunik Geet: Artist: Dilip Dutta
    2.00 Singpho Songs
    2.10 Vrindagaan
    2.15 Dopahar Samachar
    2.30 Western Music
    3.00 Weather Report/Time Reading/Closing Announcement

    TRANSMISSION III (3.28 PM to 10.30 PM)

    3.28 AIR Signature Tune/Opening Announcement
    3.30 Mishing Geet: (Oi-Nitom) Artist: Suruj Kumari Medok.
    3.45 Programme in Mijumishimi
    4.05 Programme in Khampti
    4.25 Programme in Wancho
    4.45 News in Hindi
    4.55 News in English
    5.00 Programme in Idu
    5.20 Programme in Tangsa
    5.40 Programme in Nocte
    6.00 Anchalik Batori
    6.05 Programme Summary
    6.10 Vrindagaan:
    6.15 GANYA RAIJOR ANUSTHAN (Rural Programme)/Interview on “Gahori Palon Aru Pushtikar Aahar” With Dr. Gunaram Saikia.
    6.45 Sandhiyar Anchalik Batori
    6.55 Ajir Prasanga
    7.00 News in Hindi
    7.05 News in Assamese
    7.15 CHAH SRAMIKOR ASOR 1.Jhumoir: Naresh Sona & Pty. 2. Talk: “Dharjya Aru Sohonshilota Manab Jeevanor Unnatir Ek Apariharjya Dish” By Maniklal Mahato
    7.45 Adhunik Geet: Artist: Dilip Dutta
    8.00 Krira Jegat (Sports Magazine) “Bharat Bangladesh Cricket Matchor Eti Parjyalochana Aru Poshektor Krira Sangbad” By Arun Kr. Das
    8.20 Hindi film Song
    8.42 Commercial Spot
    8.45 Samachar Sandhya
    9.00 News at Nine
    9.15 Commercial Spot
    9.16 Assembly Review
    9.25 Nishar Ancholik Batori
    9.30 Sahitya Kanan 1. Talk on “Ekabinsho Satikar Asomiya Upanyas Aru Mohila Oponyasik” By Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa 2.Self Composed Poem Recitation By Jiten Nath. 3.Short Story “Ekhon Gopan Noi” By Samsul Banik
    10.00 Question Hour in Parliament
    11.00 News in English
    11.05 News in Hindi
    11.10 Weather Report/Time Reading /Closing

    NOTE: SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

  • WLRI 93FM NEWSRADIO - ALL NEWS. ALL DAY. ALL NIGHT.

    11:55:09

    (FSTV/Pacifica Radio/GCR) Affiliated Station

    Local, national and international breaking news and current events coverage without commercial content.

  • Kent Hovind - Seminar 3 - Dinosaurs in the Bible MULTISUBS

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    Many skeptics try to use dinosaurs as a weapon to fight against the faith of Christianity. Can the Bible withstand the onslaught of all of the overwhelming evidence? How is it possible to mix the Bible with the existence of these so-called prehistoric creatures?

    Dinosaurs and the Bible, part three of the creation seminar series, pursues the Biblical and historical references to an explanation that just may surprise you. Follow the clues and find out how dinosaurs trace back to the original Creation. See how they survived the flood. Listen to first hand Biblical accounts and see the impact of the possibility of a few dinosaurs still being alive today? Discover the truth about dinosaurs and how God is using them to bring glory to His name.

    Dr. Kent Hovind, founder of Creation Science Evangelism, is dedicated to proclaiming scientific evidence which supports the Biblical account of a literal six-day creation. As guest lecturer for public and private schools, universities, churches, camps, debates, and TV and radio programs, he has been traveling internationally giving seminars on creation verses evolution since 1989. His extensive study and research make Dr. Hovind one of the world's foremost authorities on science and the Bible.

    No ratings enabled because truth is not based on majority opinion.

  • Vincent van Gogh’s Turning Points: Van Gogh in Paris

    53:39

    John Walsh
    Friday, October 12, 2018, 1:30 pm
    When van Gogh arrived in Paris in 1886, he was a 33-year-old Dutch painter of rural life looking to bolster his meager formal training. He had not yet seen Impressionist paintings, let alone learned of the radical changes in color and design that the Post-Impressionists Georges Seurat, Paul Gauguin, and others of their generation were introducing. During his two years in Paris, he learned quickly. His discovery of Japanese woodblock prints inspired new and joyous color schemes as well as surprising compositions. In this lecture, Walsh traces the artist’s path through various experiences that helped to bring about an astonishing transformation in his work.

    Generously sponsored by the John Walsh Lecture and Education Fund and the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund.

    Note: This lecture is the second in the series Vincent van Gogh’s Turning Points.

  • Revolutionary: a Blending of History & Fiction

    53:31

    Alex Myers will discuss the story of his ancestor, Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a man and fought for over a year in the American Revolutionary War. Myers will describe how he researched Sampson's story and wove history and fiction together to create his novel, Revolutionary.

    Presented by the Exeter Historical Society.
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    Filmed and edited by Exeter TV98

  • IDTT Wine 413: Patricio Tapia on the New Generation of Wine in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil

    1:7:01

    Patricio Tapia is the author of the Descorchados wine guide to South America. He is also a Senior Correspondent for Wine & Spirits Magazine, responsible for covering the wines of Argentina, Chile, and Spain.

    Patricio Tapia describes both the history and the future for wine in South America, looking at each generation of siginificant winemakers in Argentina and Chile, and discussing the diversity of grape varieties, winemaking methods, and regions across Argentina, Chile, Brazil, and Uruguay. Patricio makes clear that each country is distinctly different, with an individual history of immigration shaping the realities for the different sectors today. And he points out some regions that may become better known for quality wines in the future.

    I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
    A guy who used to be a sommelier interviews incredibly famous and knowledgeable wine personalities in his tiny living room. He gets them to talk candidly about their lives and work. Then he releases the recordings every Tuesday and Friday as the I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton podcast. Erin Scala also contributes amazing original segments. Go to illdrinktothatpod.com for more information.

  • Charles Booher oral history, 1972-02-14

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    The term eunuch (; Greek: εὐνοῦχος) generally refers to a man who has been castrated, typically early enough in his life for this change to have major hormonal consequences. In Latin, the words eunuchus, spado (Greek: σπάδων spadon), and castratus were used to denote eunuchs.Castration was typically carried out on the soon-to-be eunuch without his consent in order that he might perform a specific social function. The earliest records for intentional castration to produce eunuchs are from the Sumerian city of Lagash in the 21st century BC. Over the millennia since, they have performed a wide variety of functions in many different cultures: courtiers or equivalent domestics, treble singers, religious specialists, soldiers, royal guards, government officials, and guardians of women or harem servants.
    Eunuchs would usually be servants or slaves who had been castrated in order to make them reliable servants of a royal court where physical access to the ruler could wield great influence. Seemingly lowly domestic functions—such as making the ruler's bed, bathing him, cutting his hair, carrying him in his litter, or even relaying messages—could in theory give a eunuch the ruler's ear and impart de facto power on the formally humble but trusted servant. Similar instances are reflected in the humble origins and etymology of many high offices.
    Eunuchs supposedly did not generally have loyalties to the military, the aristocracy, or to a family of their own (having neither offspring nor in-laws, at the very least), and were thus seen as more trustworthy and less interested in establishing a private 'dynasty'. Because their condition usually lowered their social status, they could also be easily replaced or killed without repercussion. In cultures that had both harems and eunuchs, eunuchs were sometimes used as harem servants (compare the female odalisque) or seraglio guards.

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  • LGBT themes in speculative fiction | Wikipedia audio article

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    00:04:13 1 Critical analysis
    00:09:42 2 Literature
    00:09:52 2.1 Proto-SF
    00:12:19 2.2 The pulp era (1920–30s)
    00:15:13 2.3 The Golden Age (1940–50s)
    00:19:21 2.4 The New Wave era (1960–70s)
    00:31:43 2.5 Modern SF (post New Wave)
    00:40:04 2.6 21st century
    00:47:29 3 Comics and manga
    00:49:25 3.1 Marvel
    00:52:07 3.2 DC
    00:57:22 3.3 Manga
    01:00:06 4 Film and television
    01:00:50 4.1 Film
    01:06:05 4.2 Television
    01:18:03 4.3 Slash fiction
    01:21:58 5 Reaction of the speculative fiction community
    01:26:10 6 LGBT speculative fiction awards
    01:28:39 7 See also
    01:28:49 8 Footnotes



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    LGBT themes in speculative fiction refer to the incorporation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) themes into science fiction, fantasy, horror fiction and related genres. Such elements may include an LGBT character as the protagonist or a major character, or explorations of sexuality or gender that deviate from the hetero-normative.
    Science fiction and fantasy have traditionally been puritanical genres aimed at a male readership, and can be more restricted than non-genre literature by their conventions of characterisation and the effect that these conventions have on depictions of sexuality and gender. However, speculative fiction also gives authors and readers the freedom to imagine societies that are different from real-life cultures. This freedom makes speculative fiction a useful means of examining sexual bias, by forcing the reader to reconsider his or her heteronormative cultural assumptions. It has also been claimed by critics such as Nicola Griffith that LGBT readers identify strongly with the mutants, aliens, and other outsider characters found in speculative fiction.
    Before the 1960s, explicit sexuality of any kind was rare in speculative fiction, as the editors who controlled what was published attempted to protect their perceived key market of adolescent male readers. As the readership broadened, it became possible to include characters who were undisguised homosexuals, though these tended to be villains, and lesbians remained almost entirely unrepresented. In the 1960s, science fiction and fantasy began to reflect the changes prompted by the civil rights movement and the emergence of a counterculture. New wave and feminist science fiction authors realised cultures in which homosexuality, bisexuality and a variety of gender models were the norm, and in which sympathetic depictions of alternative sexuality were commonplace.
    From the 1980s onwards, homosexuality gained much wider mainstream acceptance, and was often incorporated into otherwise conventional speculative fiction stories. Works emerged that went beyond simple representation of homosexuality to explorations of specific issues relevant to the LGBT community. This development was helped by the growing number of openly gay or lesbian authors and their early acceptance by speculative fiction fandom. Specialist gay publishing presses and a number of awards recognising LGBT achievements in the genre emerged, and by the twenty-first century blatant homophobia was no longer considered acceptable by most readers of speculative fiction. There was a concurrent increase in representation of homosexuality within non-literary forms of speculative fiction. The inclusion of LGBT themes in comic books, television and film continues to attract media attention and controversy, while the perceived lack of sufficient representation, along with unrealistic depictions, provokes criticism from LGBT sources.

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