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A podcast about how we imagine, and how what we imagine shapes what we do. Each conversation brings together visionaries from the worlds of arts, sciences, humanities, and technology discussing the nature of imagination and how we collaborate to create the future. Hosted by Dr Brian Keating, Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor of Physics at UC San Diego. For show notes go to: https://briankeating.com/podcast.php Audible is hands-down my favorite platform for consuming podcasts, fiction and ...
 
Host Joseph Arvidson brings criminologist, practitioners, academics and those with lived experiences from around the world together to discuss the age old dilemma of responding to society's criminal element. Merging established correctional policy with emerging desistance models, this show illustrates how adopting a holistic lens and constantly questioning established approaches can best serves justice involved individuals.
 
RE-LAUNCHING JULY 2021! A daily podcast that gives you a consistent flow of inspiration from industry leaders and real estate agents on the ground. You'll hear from people with a wide range styles, perspectives, and proven ways for you to use and increase your sales, while loving what you do even more every day. WHAT'S WORKING NOW: Join us as OMH Agency Owner, Tiffany Youngren, interviews top producing REALTOR®s and other industry pros with impressive track records and achievements. They gen ...
 
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Tom Bilyeu is shaking up multiple industries on his way to impact a billion brains in the Universe! Boy, was this a fun interview to do! Tom runs a legit film studio out of his house and I was delighted to be connected to him via my friend Danny Miranda. Tom did not disappoint. We discussed his epic careers -- he's now on at least his third incarna…
 
Thrilled to be sharing our conversation with the one and only Dr. James Bonta! We discuss the back story behind his seminal book, The Psychology of Criminal Conduct, and all things Risk-Need-Responsivity. A must listen for probation and parole officers, corrections officials and anyone interested in effective interventions and approaches to utilize…
 
Craig Callendar is a Professor of Philosophy, and Founding Faculty of, and Co-Director of, the Institute for Practical Ethics at UC San Diego in the Department of Philosophy. He is also on the Freedom and Responsibility in Science Committee of the International Science Council, Paris; and Founding Faculty at the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute at…
 
Welcome to episode 289. This holiday season is one we have much to celebrate. The pandemic is subsiding in most of the world, businesses are opening, and we are all ready to get out and enjoy the world again. This also means more of us are in the air both in the general aviation world and airline world. In today’s episode we will discuss how to pre…
 
This week we have a great conversation with Dr. Brian Lovins, President of the American Probation Parole Association (APPA). We discuss his work with the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute, the Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department as well as his insightful publications. Dr. Lovins has a passion for his work, an…
 
Lee Cronin was born in the UK and was fascinated with science and technology from an early age getting his first computer and chemistry set when he was 8 years old. This is when he first started thinking about programming chemistry and looking for inorganic aliens. He went to the University of York where he completed both a degree and PhD in Chemis…
 
This week we share our interview Dr. Lukas Carey, joining us all the way from Perth Australia! Lukas is host of his own podcast, Talking Time with Lukas and Alicia. He is a trainer, educator, teacher and academic who believes that a person's mistakes do not necessarily represent who they are. Lukas wants to use his own lived experiences to provide …
 
In February 2021 Dr. Barry Barish, co-recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for the LIGO experiment, interviewed me at his home in Los Angeles. The topic was his thoughts and reactions to my book, Losing the Nobel Prize (http://amzn.to/2sa5UpA). We discussed scientific leadership, academic stress, burnout, the role of mentors and managers in…
 
In February 2021 Dr. Barry Barish, co-recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for the LIGO experiment, interviewed me at his home in Los Angeles. The topic was his thoughts and reactions to my book, Losing the Nobel Prize (http://amzn.to/2sa5UpA). We discussed scientific leadership, academic stress, burnout, the role of mentors and managers in…
 
You’ve got questions: about space, time, gravity, and the odds of meeting your older self inside a wormhole. All the answers you need are right here. From the dynamic duo that brought you WE HABE NO IDEA comes FAQs ABOUT THE UNIVERSE!!! As a species, we may not agree on much, but one thing brings us all together: a need to know. We all wonder, and …
 
Welcome to episode 288. What Is It Like To Fly Without An Engine? Glider Instructor Chris Pezalla relates his experience flying through the air without an engine! Preflight Checklist: Sponsor : http://www.aviationcareerspodcast.com/pay-it-forward/ http://www.aviationcareerspodcast.com/free Cruise Flight: Joining me today is Chris Pezalla. Talking P…
 
We welcome back friend of the program Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University! Dr. Brown shares his amazing insight with us once again, this time looking at the issue of autism in the criminal justice system. Learn of the signs and symptoms of autism, the reasons why some persons with autism become involved in the CJ system, best practices for int…
 
Dr. Sarah Rugheimer is a Glasstone Research Fellow and a Hugh Price Fellow at Jesus College Oxford. Her research interests are modeling the atmosphere and climate of extrasolar planets with a particular focus on atmospheric biosignatures in Earth-like planets as well as modeling early Earth conditions. She is interested in anything related to the f…
 
This week, we chat with Dr. Vincent Figliomeni joining us from his home in Calabria Italy! Learn of his unique pedigree which lead him from the University of Iowa, to the the US military, to his home country of Italy. Dr. Figliomeni shares some of his works with us, which have covered topics as varied as piracy off the coast of Africa, to his passi…
 
Ryan Holiday’s best-selling trilogy - The Obstacle Is the Way, Ego is the Enemy, and Stillness is the Key - captivated professional athletes, CEOs, politicians, and entrepreneurs and helped bring Stoicism to millions of readers. Now, in the first book of an exciting new series on the cardinal virtues of ancient philosophy, Holiday explores the most…
 
A preeminent physicist unveils a field-defining theory of the origins and purpose of life. Why are we alive? Most things in the universe aren't. And everything that is alive traces back to things that, puzzlingly, weren't. For centuries, the scientific question of life's origins has confounded us. But in Every Life Is on Fire, physicist Jeremy Engl…
 
This week, we bring you another inspiring story of one's journey into and out of criminality. Brian Pierce, member of mensa, shares his journey from a small town in Minnesota, to correctional facilities in his home state, to Georgia as well. His experiences in those jails and prisons, to his milestone of law school graduation, are all highlighted i…
 
Welcome to episode 287. In this episode, we continue our series of IFR questions that started in Part 1, episode 245, and discuss a few questions many have discussed online: “If I go around below MDA, am I in protected airspace?” “Is there a “non-protected side” of a holding pattern?” “The Missed Approach Point doesn’t mean you can land from there!…
 
Inspired by insights gained in spaceflight, a NASA astronaut offers key lessons to empower Earthbound readers to fight climate change When Nicole Stott first saw Earth from space, she realized how interconnected we are and knew she had to help protect our planetary home. In Back to Earth, Stott imparts essential lessons in problem-solving, survival…
 
In 1973: a final, top-secret mission was planned to go to the Moon. Three astronauts in a tiny spaceship, a quarter-million miles from home. A quarter-million miles from help. NASA is about to launch Apollo 18. While the mission has been billed as a scientific one, flight controller Kazimieras "Kaz" Zemeckis knows there is a darker objective. Intel…
 
We love promoting the themes of desistance from crime on this program, which is why we are so thrilled to be bringing you the insights of one of the world's leading thinkers on the topic. Dr. Fergus McNeill, University of Glasgow, has been behind some incredibly innovative initiatives in his career. From the ground breaking documentary, The Road Fr…
 
Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein are evolutionary biologists. They both earned PhDs in Biology from the University of Michigan, where their research on evolution and adaptation earned awards. They've been visiting fellows at Princeton University, before that were professors at the Ever­green State College for fifteen years. Heather researched the …
 
Many of us learned most of what we know as to the mafia and organized crime from sources such as The Godfather movies or The Sopranos TV show. Hear from a true subject matter expert on the topic as we speak with Dr. Anna Sergi, Senior Lecturer from the University of Essex. How close are the Five Families of New York still linked with the Italian Ma…
 
Welcome to episode 286. Today we have a special guest who followed Amelia Earhart’s around the world solo flight in a single-engine plane. Preflight Checklist: Sponsor : www.stuckmicavcast.com/patreon http://www.aviationcareerspodcast.com/free Coupon Code Spartan. Cruise Flight: Joining me today is Brian Lloyd who flew a solo round-the-world flight…
 
I’m so excited to share that my new book, Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner, is now live in the Universe! I couldn’t be more excited. I wrote it for YOU! ***This week only**** I have priced the ebook at 99 cents for this week only to make it easier for you to leave a “verified” review. Get it here: https://urlgeni.us/amzn/TLANPW Get the Audible audio…
 
After such a fantastic response to our recent interview with Brad Bogue, in which we re-examined the sanctity of the Needs Principle, we decided to go back and highlight portions of that episode. Brad speaks of how Low Self Regulation and Social Support are critical in the change process for justice involved individuals...and human service clients …
 
Physicist Anthony Aguirre studies the formation, nature, and evolution of the universe, focusing primarily on the model of eternal inflation—the idea that inflation goes on forever in some regions of universe—and what it may mean for the ultimate beginning of the universe and time. He is the co-founder and associate scientific director of the Found…
 
Self Care strategies for the Helping Professional are covered in Part 3 of our three part series with Dr. Jerrod Brown. Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue are one of many relevant topics discussed in the final segment of this trilogy with Dr. Brown. Listen and learn of some important yet simple things we can all do to address the cost of doing…
 
Welcome to episode 285. In this episode, we discuss the upcoming Flight Sim Expo for 2021 and the newly launched Flight Simulation Association. Preflight Checklist: Sponsor : www.stuckmicavcast.com/patreon http://www.aviationcareerspodcast.com/free Coupon Code Spartan. Cruise Flight: Joining me today is Even Reiter from the Flight Sim Expo and newl…
 
I spoke with Ben Shapiro about his thoroughly discursive new book: The Authoritarian Moment. Ben is prolific to say the least: his second book in just about a year. Some of you aren't Big Ben fans, but I hope you'll provide to me, and to him, some forbearance in this, the Yom Kippur season. Speaking of Yom Kippur we discussed forgiveness and tolera…
 
What happened in 1971 (besides my birth on September 9th, 1971)? Answer: a lot! Topics: GU update, Science vs. Politics, Elon Musk vs. Physics, and WTF is a Kayfabe? I'd be honored if you'd get me two (free) birthday presents 🎉: Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel, just click here 👉 https://www.youtube.com/DrBrianKeating?sub_confirmation=1 and P…
 
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is highlighted in Part 2 of our three part series with Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University. Whether your are in the field of Criminal Justice or the array of other helping professionals, you need to be aware of and learn more as to trauma informed care. Trauma is the rule rather than the exception with justice involv…
 
Julian Barbour is the author of the highly regarded The Discovery of Dynamics and the bestseller The End of Time and now, The Janus Point. He received his PhD in physics from the University of Cologne in 1968. He is a past visiting professor of physics at the University of Oxford and lives on the edge of the scenic Cotswolds, UK. A major new work o…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Craig Waleed to the podcast! Learn of his incredible journey from the New York penal system to the world of academia and publishing! Dr. Waleed is passionate about disrupting the community to prison pipeline and reducing post-incarceration recidivism. Hear about his experiences from Sing Sing prison to his current role as a…
 
Welcome to episode 284 today we discuss how to choose a REAL Alternate. It is the season of extreme weather and many times we find ourselves searching for an unplanned landing at an airport other than our destination. In this episode, we will discuss how to choose a “real” alternate, not one required by the regs. Preflight Checklist: Sponsor : Spar…
 
Stephon Alexander is a Professor of Physics at Brown University and the President of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP). Alexander has had previous appointments at Stanford University, Imperial College, Penn State, Dartmouth College, and Haverford College. He is a specialist in the field of string cosmology, where the physics of supers…
 
This is a MUST listen for professionals who adhere to the Risk-Need-Responsivity model of supervision! Brad Bogue is uniquely qualified to give a well informed and timely critique to the Needs Principle. From a re-examination of The Big Four, to the very real issue of Differential Diagnosis...this could be a potential game changer folks! Brad packs…
 
Dr. Brian Keating is an American physicist who is a Distinguished Professor of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences in the Department of Physics at the University of California, San Diego. In this conversation, we spoke about Losing The Nobel Prize, his latest book, Galileo, how one of his mentors let him down, and Judaism. In th…
 
Paul Halpern is Professor of Physics at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. A prolific author, he has written sixteen science books and numerous articles. His interests range from space, time and higher dimensions to cultural aspects of science. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Fulbright Scholarship, and an Athenaeum Literary A…
 
Adverse Childhood Experiences...or ACES, is the first topic that Dr. Jerrod Brown will be discussing with The Criminologist podcast as part of a 3-part series. Learn of the genesis and evolution of ACES research, how ACES aligns with the Risk-Need-Responsivity model, and even an examination of ACES in the era of COVID-19. On-line MA from Concordia …
 
Do you use these 3 lazy words daily? Do you use these words when you tried to solve problems? Create businesses? Win a game? Well, it's time to change that. James Altucher and Brian Keating talk about these 3 lazy words, and what's the meaning behind these words, and how can we change our mindset, and prevent ourselves from using these words! Suppo…
 
Ashley Yeager is an associate editor at The Scientist. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer, editor and multimedia producer, and also at the Simons Foundation as a science writer, at Science News as a web producer and at Duke University as a writer and multimedia producer. She has an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of…
 
David Garlock is a successful returning citizen, reentry professional, and criminal justice reform advocate. A client of the Equal Justice Initiative, he was released on parole in 2013 after serving more than 13 years in prison. Learn of his fascinating journey, and his accomplishments assisting others on theirs. He is currently a board member of t…
 
Tom DeLonge started To The Stars Academy, a multi-pronged approach to address issues related to UFO/UAPs. TTSA has several divisions including: Science & Technology Division wherein TTSA collects documents and physical materials from public and private sources related to the UAP phenomena to study it and then transitions the transformative technolo…
 
#AI #FutureofMedicine #EricTopol Dr. Eric Topol M.D. is a Physician-Scientist, Author, Editor and is The Gary & Mary West Endowed Chair of Innovative Medicine, and the Executive VP, Scripps Research. We discussed the meaning of life, ways for Artificial Intelligence to improve patient outcomes…and concomitantly, benefit physicians too. We explored …
 
Benjamin Mazin is the Worster Chair in Experimental Physics at UC Santa Barbara. He attended Yale University, graduating in 1997. He then attended the California Institute of Technology, graduating with a doctorate in Astrophysics in August, 2004. After a short post-doc at Caltech, he went to work as a scientist at JPL in March, 2005. He joined the…
 
Joining us all the way from Dublin Ireland, Daryl Mahon's passion and enthusiasm cannot be contained! If you are unfamiliar with the concept of servant leadership, this is a must listen for you and/or your agency. Private sector, public sector, non-profits, NGO's....leadership is key to successful implementation. Learn all about how servant leaders…
 
Lawrence Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist and bestselling author, as well as being an acclaimed lecturer. He is currently President of The Origins Project Foundation, and host of The Origins Podcast, His wide research interests have focused on the interface between elementary particle physics and cosmology, including the ori…
 
We once again hear and learn from a true subject matter expert! Mr. Kardell Sims shares his lived experiences in the criminal justice system. His pathway into a criminal trajectory and his inspiring story highlighting the milestones and breakthroughs he experienced on his pathway out. Author of Inmate to Inspiration: How I freed myself from self-de…
 
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