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FUTURE FOSSILS

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FUTURE FOSSILS

Michael Garfield

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Art and philosophy for an age of accelerating weirdness! Join paleontologist-futurist Michael Garfield and an avalanche of amazing guests for deep but irreverent discussions at the edge of the known and knowable: on science and the philosophy of it, prehistory and post-humanity and deep time, non-human agency and non-duality, science fiction and self-fulfilling prophecies, complex systems and sustainability (or lack thereof), psychedelics as a form of training for proliferating futures, art ...
 
The Land Before Podcast explores fossil histories and paleo mysteries from Dinosaur Ridge, sites around Colorado, the United States, and everywhere on Earth where the remains of dinosaurs and prehistoric life is found. In 2022, a group of Dinosaur Ridge staff members teamed up to create this podcast to connect with dinosaur enthusiasts, those interested in paleontology, geology, ichnology, natural resource preservation, STEM education, natural history, and new fossil discoveries. Dinosaur Ri ...
 
Fossil Bonanza focuses on amazing fossil sites from around the world called Fossil-Lagerstätten. Each episode will focus on a fantastic fossil site like La Brea Tar Pits or Naracoorte Caves. We will discover amazing fossils, reconstruct ancient ecosystems, and learn the hidden truths about our ancient world.
 
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Fossil Free Now!

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Fossil Free Now!

Fossil Free Now!

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Fossil Free Now follows the campaign of Fossil Free Glasgow, a group of volunteers organising for the Glasgow City council to renounce to its investments in the fossil fuel industry. This podcast series will discuss the blocks in our current systems that prevent us from meaningfully addressing the threat of climate breakdown, but also what a society freed from fossil fuels would look like. Find us on twitter @FF_Glasgow
 
E se você pudesse entender mais sobre diversas teorias, só que pensando em aplicações práticas? É essa a proposta do podcast Se Fosse Fácil Era Exatas, apresentado pelo trio Jacqueline Lafloufa, Marcella Rosa e Fabíula Neubern. Juntas, elas embarcam em uma aventura audiofônica que promete trazer debates e discussões, reflexões e indicações de leitura, em papos que são animadores e ao mesmo tempo complicadinhos. Porque por aqui é sempre assim: afinal, se fosse fácil, era exatas.
 
Enoch Raavi is a St. Louis-born arts enthusiast, professional DJ, self-published recording artist (Enoch Raavi and the Indigenous Groove) and bassist. Enoch studied radio production in the mid 1990’s and became an announcer on the Webster University-based radio station KSLH Jazz 91.5 in St. Louis. As early as 2003, Enoch has traversed throughout several iterations of ’podcasts’. Long before the advent of Apple’s iPod, he began webcasting with a station on Live 365, which was inevitably follo ...
 
A series on the fossils that make up the Primate Fossil Record. The first primate-like mammals, or proto-primates click this icon to hear the preceding term pronounced, evolved in the early Paleocene Epoch (65.5-55.8 million years ago) at the beginning of the Cenozoic Era. They were roughly similar to squirrels and tree shrews in size and appearance. The existing, very fragmentary fossil evidence (from Asia, Europe, North Africa, and especially Western North America) suggests that they were ...
 
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Many lessons are shared as Lisa Urizandi tells of reconnecting with her roots as a First Nations woman, ongoing struggle for citizenship and a story of resilency for this mother of 3. For a commercial free experience and to follow all of Jay's thoughts, check out: https://raising.supercast.com Intro beat provided by Big Dig Productions: https://sou…
 
Design researcher Abbey Ripstra has spent her career making technology more approachable, and nowhere has her work and expertise connected with more people than at the Wikimedia Foundation. On this ep Abbey joins us to talk about what human-centered design research means, methodologies for conducting user-experience studies in a wide range of terri…
 
Guix turns ten!We celebrate Guix's first decadeby highlighting ten great things about Guix!Hear all about functional package management, time-traveling operating systems,and why "Composable DSLs" are great! Links: Guix Stories about 10 years of Guix, from the Guix blog Nix Cool Guix features highlighted in this episode: Grafts (for security updates…
 
August 1999 Playlist: Moby - Body Rock Cibo Matto - Sci-Fi Wasabi The Donnas - You Don't Want To Call Tricky Woo - Fell From A Cloud The Von Zippers - I'm Bugged Great Uncle Bull - Hello City Limits Ween - Japanese Cowboy Black Halos - Retro World Guided By Voices - Dragons Awake! Ron Sexsmith - One Grey Morning Crystal Eyes - A Dream I Had Bozo - …
 
or, “Why Isn’t There A Science of X?” or, “Alchemy is to Chemistry as Astrology is to…?” “If people don’t believe us after all the results we’ve produced, then they never will.” “It’s time for a new era, for someone to figure out what the implications of our results are for human culture, for future study, and — if the findings are correct — what t…
 
In this episode Noleen Pauls and fellow host Kathryn James-Kleynhans delve into the birth of Johannesburg and the role played by gold and the early prospectors, with renowned geologists Prof Bruce Cairncross, Prof Gillian Drennan, Prof Richard Viljoen and Frank Gregory. Our geological heroes also discuss the importance of preserving this history, b…
 
January 1997 VOX v.158 Playlist: Pavement - Shady Lane Built To Spill - Out Of Site Spiderbait - Calypso Thrush Hermit - On The Sneak Showdown '76 - Awake Curse Of Horseflesh - Bloody End Brown Eyed Susans - Here Push Kings - Stay With Her The Softies - Best Days Sneaker Pimps - 6 Underground Samantha Savage Smith - In It To Win Jane Inc - Picture …
 
Rev. Dr. Andre Bennett joins Jay to talk about how faith informs his actions and why justice is so important for him. For a commercial free experience and to follow all of Jay's thoughts, check out: https://raising.supercast.com Intro beat provided by Big Dig Productions: https://soundcloud.com/thebigdig Intro edits & snippets weaved by https://www…
 
August 1995 v.138 Playlist: Manic Street Preachers - Faster Teenage Fanclub - Sparky's Dream Yo La Tengo - Pablo And Andrea Bruce McCulloch - Daves I Know Brass - Mountebank Maud - Halfway Home Placebo - Anchor Arch Babes in Toyland - We Are Family Super Friendz - 10 Lbs Fugazi - Do You Like Me Clea Anaïs - Stars Still Dying Peter and the Wolves - …
 
Former First Lady of Gordon College - Dr. Jan Carlberg joins Jay to discuss the importance of being a grandmother, the vital role of blank spaces in life and recounts numerous stories that place Jesus at the driver's wheel in her life. For more info on Notes from Jan, check out: https://jancarlberg.com For a commercial free experience and to follow…
 
Creative software is getting more expensive all the time, but by the same token FOSS alternatives are getting more and more robust. On this ep we check in with what's new in some of the biggest open-source creative applications like Blender, Audacity, and the GNU Image Manipulation Program, plus we talk through some tips and tricks for more of our …
 
Don't waste another minute here. Go read the full show notes on Patreon! Be forewarned: This latest episode is some extremely heady stuff. But thankfully, it's also full of heart and soul... Back in February, Jonathan Rowson posted two clips (here and here) from his latest in-progress writing tlimito Twitter, where it succeeded in baiting a bunch o…
 
SHOW NOTES (Bonus Pre-Season Episode) Evidence indicates the Stegosaurus did not swish its spiked tail back and forth like a Medieval weapon, but rather used it for locomotion and communication, and when need be for defense. Morrison Natural History Museum Director Matthew Mossbrucker provides the non-gory details in his interview with Michelle How…
 
October 1993 VOX v.116 Playlist: Breeders - Drivin' On 9 Juliana Hatfield 3 - For The Birds Cracker - Sick Of Goodbyes Brass - Tristan's Might Is Tumbled Down Superconductor - Come On Hot Dog Ramada Gods - Raving Idiot Forbidden Dimension - Graveyard Line Flaming Lips - Turn It On Smashing Pumkpins - Rocket Nirvana - All Apologies We Should've Been…
 
Dr Heidi Ginter, the chief medical director with Recovery Centers of America in Danvers joins Jay (during National Alcohol Awareness month) to talk all about addiction and more importantly recovery. Surprisingly she suggests that our brains (and lives) can handle many habit changes at once AND that doing anything is better then no recovery at all. …
 
May 1991 VOX v. 87 Playlist: Drivin' N' Cryin' - Fly Me Courageous BoDeans - Naked Beat Happening - Fortune Cookie Prize Rheostatics - Aliens (Christmas 1988) The Stingin' Hornets - Rocket In My Pocket The Nervous Fellas - Wild Wild Baby Stompin' Tom Connors - Margo's Cargo Delusions Of Reality - Moondog Dinosaur Jr. - I Live For That Look Screamin…
 
You can be generous with your time (volunteering), generous with your money (donations) or generous with your energy (words of encouragement). Jay focuses this mini-show on encouraging you to continune #RaisingYourInnerVoice - especially if you are doubting yourself or are facing external doubts. For a commercial free experience and to follow all o…
 
December 1989 VOX #72 Playlist: Jesus & Mary Chain - Head On Red Hot Chili Peppers - Taste The Pain Naked Raygun - Wonder Beer Basic Black - Inseparable Ripcordz - Elvis Death Cult Curious George - Wish You Were Here Doughboys - No Way Sugarcubes - Planet Mighty Lemon Drops - Into The Heart Of Love Bob Dylan - Most Of The Time Grim Streaker - Typic…
 
Carla Beatrice from the Survivor Nest Project shares about an impactful tool to help survivors of incest and childhood sexual abuse. To find out more about their upcoming gallery and healing sound bath, check out https://www.survivornest.com/events Intro beat provided by Big Dig Productions: https://soundcloud.com/thebigdig Intro edits & snippets w…
 
We've often said that open source is for more than just software, and on this episode Project North Star's Bryan Chris Brown is here to prove it with a freely available, modifiable design for an augmented reality headset you can build yourself. Join us for a discussion about topics like the ins and outs of open hardware design, sourcing parts from …
 
Kim Collins, a fella Wedding DJ, joins Jay to share about being a female superstar in a male dominated industry. She also talks about radio, owning her own business and why it is a good think to help others first - even expecting nothing in return.
 
This week we’re talking about Repetitive Strain Injuries(RSI). Christine and Morgan tell their stories bout over-using theirwrists from programming (prodded along by an injury) and writingacademic papers respectively. We discuss what you can do to treat orminimize the effects of these injuries then cap it off with adiscussion of RSI gloves includin…
 
I don't even know where to start with this amazing episode. Henry Gee is the Senior Editor of Nature, the author of many cool science books including his latest, A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth; an accomplished musician; a riveting storyteller and humorous fellow; the Founding Editor of Nature's Futures sci-fi series; and a total joy in con…
 
Due to technical issues, Jay lost the interview with Tony Beadle...the secret son of a Catholic priest and a single woman. Tony will be back. In the meantime, Jay shares a new way to follow him: https://raising.supercast.com He also reads an excerpt from Dr. Wayne Dyer's latest book "Living An Inspired Life" https://www.hayhouse.com/living-inspired…
 
Director Kristina Grundman and Actor Cynthia August (Hannah) from Castle Hill Production's play "Arcadia" by Tom Stoppard join Jay to talk about the layered depths of "Arcadia". Jay (like his usual self) extrapolates as many connecting dots to our own lives as much as the conversation revolves around a play in the Great House at the Cranes Estate i…
 
By popular request, we're getting as fundamental as we can in this episode with a back-to-basics primer on as many open source concepts as we could come up with, which we hope will lay the groundwork for future episodes. Ever wonder about the difference between a branch and a fork, the ways copyright interacts with code, how open source extends bey…
 
Jay takes a couple of calls after a little hiatus and really hones into what "Raising Your Inner Voice" can mean for your self esteem. Don calls into the show and is a miracle worker who helps Amy (another caller) with a problem. I think that doesn't just apply to him. You can be a miracle worker too. Just start looking for solutions to other peopl…
 
Find the complete show notes and support the show at Patreon. This week on Future Fossils, Orpheus is in the building for a soulful and visionary conversation with Grammy-winning blues singer-songwriter Mike Mattison and inveterate English professor Ernest Suarez of Catholic University, co-authors of the new book Poetic Song Verse: Blues-based Popu…
 
Christine finally overcomes her fear of thesewing machineand we talk about Christine and Morgan's respective experienceslearning it, and how you can pick it up too! Links: Morgan's article onBasic Sewing Patterns.Includes pictures of the dicebag and skirt!(More tutorials coming soon!) You probably know what asewing machine is,but isn't there always…
 
Three episodes in, we figured it was about time that we talk over our own origins with open source software, and then ponder the present and (attempt to) predict the future of FOSS for everyday people. Listen on for some reminiscing about Sparcstations, Will's time in a penguin suit, and our earliest tries at using Linux on the desktop, an examinat…
 
Leaos dom, Milans (o)tur hittills under säsongen, Lilleduon som lockar och Zlatans framtid. Det är några av ämnena. David och Andreas spelar in detta avsnitt från ett hotellrum i Ljungby. Swish skickas till 0733911016SvenskaFans.com
 
Building a NAS served as the gateway into free and open source software for both of us, so in this ep we're looping back around and checking in on the current state of FOSS-y network attached storage options like OpenMediaVault, TrueNAS, and Proxmox, plus dishing out some practical tips about why you'd want a NAS in the first place, some advice on …
 
Microbiologist, independent scholar, ritualist, equestrian therapist, and overall badass Siv Watkins joins the show this week to discuss right relationship with the world of the invisibly small: mood-altering gut flora, the COVID-19 pandemic, Lyme disease, AIDS, and other chronic ailments…as well as with the all-encompassing tapestry of microbial l…
 
Morgan finally overcomes her fear of Emacsand we talk about Morgan and Christine's respective experienceslearning it, and how you can pick it up too! Our talks tomorrow at FOSDEM'sDeclarative and Minimalistic Computingroom: Lisp but Beautiful; Lisp for Everyone Spritely Goblins Comes to Guile Switching capslock and ctrl stuff: (it's a great idea ev…
 
Jim Bailey wanted a way to stream StarCraft – so he wrote his own software to do it. From humble origins, the Open Broadcaster Software has become the de facto standard for streaming video online, and we sat down with Jim to talk about the present and future of OBS, what it’s like maintaining such a critical project, getting your code vetted by NAS…
 
The high pressure path and tenacity of the rough diamonds.Today, Sifiso Siwela and Tania Marshall (GSSA president and a diamond legend in her own right) talk to Mike de Wit, John Ward, and Renato "Spaggs" Spaggiari all three distinguished geological heroes in the diamond fields.Mike, John, Spaggs and Tania share stories of navigating unchartered te…
 
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