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Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
Join Jim Cuno, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust, as he talks with artists, writers, curators, and scholars about their work. Listen in as he engages these important thinkers in reflective and critical conversations about architecture, archaeology, art history, and museum exhibitions.
 
I planned for 2 years to take a break in my life taking an inspiration from people different part of the world whom I met in south east Asia. They changed the way how I should be living my life. I want to share those stories with you.. it’s extremely a peaceful, funny, happy and words cannot explain. Am going to share about it and make you happy if I can :)
 
Want to get smarter about investing? Then learn from the pros. The Capital Ideas podcast brings you the best thinking from Capital Group, one of the world’s leading investment firms. Prepare to be engaged, enlightened and entertained as host Matt Miller gets to the crux of today’s most compelling investment stories. American Funds Distributors, Inc., member FINRA.
 
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WGLT's Sound Ideas

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WGLT's Sound Ideas is our flagship news program. Every weekday, WGLT reporters go beyond soundbites for deeper conversations with newsmakers, musicians, artists, and anyone with a story to share.This 30-minute newsmagazine is produced Monday through Friday.You can also subscribe to the Sound Ideas - Full Episodes podcast.
 
Inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with leading thinkers about influential ideas on business, technology, economics, and science. Hosted by Martin Reeves, Chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute, and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Global Chief Economist of BCG. For more ideas and inspiration, sign up to receive BHI INSIGHTS, our monthly newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
 
The Nairobi Ideas Podcast gives a public platform to the Africans changing the world with their big ideas. It is brought to you by the Mawazo Institute, a Nairobi-based research institute focused on female thought leadership and public engagement with research.Find us at: www.mawazoinstitute.org
 
Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
 
Our biweekly podcast features provocative discussions and thoughtful exploration of innovations in science, technology, the environment, and everything in between. Our guests include thought-leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, and experts in the global innovation economy.
 
Rising temperatures, homelessness, food scarcity, and a lack of access to healthcare, how we address these colossal issues is critical. World Changing Ideas is a show that investigates how innovation can solve these problems and help kick-start a new future. We’re highlighting the solutions that could end pollution and change food production. From rethinking public spaces to developing a circular economy to taking on climate change, we’ll show how leaders and creators are building a new way ...
 
Listen to talks presented at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas – the original disruptive festival. FODI features a line-up of leading experts from around the world, who bring bold ideas to complex issues. The festival seeks to challenge orthodox opinion, interrogate accepted truths, break through filter bubbles, and promote healthy and vibrant civil debate.
 
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Like other animals birds have adapted to living in cities. Lorikeets, powerful owls, cockatoos , brush turkeys and white ibis are just some of the birds who've learned to live in the suburbs. And to befriend the humans who feed them. Our understanding of urban birds is greatly enhanced by the citizen scientists who observe and record their numbers …
 
A stunt track and farting game are said to be this year's must have toys but what can we learn from the toys children played with in Argentina during the Cold War and from Beatrix Potter's anger at the production of cuddly German Peter Rabbits? And why is the idea of toys coming to life both endearing and terrifying? Matthew Sweet is joined by Jord…
 
Omar El Akkad won the 2021 Scotiabank Giller Prize for his novel What Strange Paradise, a devastating yet beautiful story of two children against the backdrop of the refugee crisis, and the dehumanization of those who must flee home. The jury wrote: "Amid all the anger and confusion surrounding the global refugee crisis, Omar El Akkad’s What Strang…
 
Mic Williams was racing as a privateer when Covid hit and racing went on hold. But instead of binging Netflix, he used his free time to start a very unusual bike company — Williams Racing Products. Mic has a whole lot of ideas for how to make bikes better and WRP has offered a lot of out-there products, including what can only be described as the r…
 
This episode is the seventh in a miniseries of weekly short episodes featuring young scholars entering the academic job market who discuss their latest research. In this episode, Shruti speaks with Neha Gupta about her job market paper, “Homeownership, Renting and Market Failures: Evidence from Indian Slums.” They discuss government policies to inc…
 
**CONTENT/TRIGGER WARNING** SGBV November 25th marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. For this episode, we are asking why half the world’s population is being affected disproportionately by a crisis that we are all facing. We talk to Ngina Judy, a Child Protection Officer at Dadaab Refugee Camp and Josephine Mwatibo,…
 
In this episode, Fatimah is interviewed by Fred Obeiro on the Ivy Podcast and of The PM Imperative. Fred interviews Fatimah on a range of topics from project management trends, dealing with difficult people, conflict resolution in remote teams, and how advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence may affect the role of project managers. In…
 
This week in the bakery, we’re missing a Head Chef as Lizzie is unable to attend. Ilaria goes at it alone in an attempt to bring the vibes through a recap of her driving test, Mahalia concert and Black Friday advice. The main topic sees her bare her soul through a spoken word piece on where she is in life. Expect bread-like behaviour. Cop a slice a…
 
Scott digs up an old treasure from his music vaults -- the gospel music of Florida which features an unusual instrument, the steel guitar. Played with a tonebar pressed over a horizontal neck with 6 or more strings, the steel guitar is usually found cooing and whining behind country western troubadours, but in sacred steel gospel, it's the primary …
 
From Spain, to Argentina and beyond, women have increasingly staged feminist strikes against abuse, femicide, rape and oppression. We ask in this episode of Socialist Alternative's monthly podcast: what is the way forward for these movements? TUNE IN AND SHARE! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SocialistAlternativeEW Twitter: https://twitter.com/S…
 
In the holiday spirit of generosity and gratitude, we wanted to bring you one of our favorite interviews from this past year. In March, Talib chatted with Gravity Payments Founder and CEO Dan Price about his decision to give all of his employees a $70,000 minimum wage. To learn more about Dan Price and Gravity Payments, check out: https://www.fastc…
 
"Buck wanted to stand in every room from his house, turn his head, and see every view. Even the bathroom. And so that was kind of what inspired the design of the house." Among the most famous photographs of modern architecture is Julius Shulman’s picture of Case Study House #22, also known as the Stahl House after the family that commissioned it. T…
 
On today's episode, you'll hear from Dave Mouser, the next superintendent at District 87 in Bloomington. Plus, a Chestnut Health Systems expert helps you navigate conversational landmines on Thanksgiving. And we'll unpack what potential new owners of The Pantagraph could mean for local journalism.저자 Ryan Denham
 
Martin Ford is an entrepreneur, futurist, and author of multiple books, including the New York Times bestseller Rise of the Robots. He recently published a sequel, Rule of the Robots, in which he claims that the best way to understand the impact of artificial intelligence on the economy and society is to see it as a utility analogous to electricity…
 
In a culture focused on outcomes and success, are Christians called to live any differently? Author and spoken word artist Hosanna Wong argues the answer is yes. Through an original spoken word poem and a powerful talk, Hosanna challenges us to be those who are intentional about listening to God—first and foremost. Want more talks like these? Start…
 
Current political fault lines are fracturing American society as people grow farther apart from one another due to differing beliefs and opinions. We often see people we disagree with as caricatures, and think we can never reconcile our differences. Yet despite that sense of contradiction we are much closer to each other than we think. To bridge th…
 
La incertidumbre se ha convertido en la constate de los últimos meses en el mundo. Las organizaciones y, en general, todo su entorno, han tenido que sortear los imprevistos constantes que se presentan casi cotdianamente. Pero, cómo es que podemos adaptarnos a un estado de incertidumbre casi permanente y prolongado? Efraín Zapata nos habla de este t…
 
Mathematics is often thought of as the pinnacle of crisp precision: the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle isn’t “roughly” the sum of the squares of the other two sides, it’s exactly that. But we live in a world of messy imprecision, and increasingly we need sophisticated techniques to quantify and deal with approximate statistical relati…
 
Our collective understanding of the past does a tremendous amount of heavy lifting in how we navigate our own time. It is a force that cannot be overstated. "The present is the past rolled up for action, and the past is the present unrolled for understanding." Ariel Durant said that, but maybe others did too. The history of this quote may be incomp…
 
Gleb je frajer. Dostali jsme se k tomu, že jsem ho vlastně před X lety viděl na freestyle battlu v klubu Unique v Bratislavě. Tehdy byl ještě Gleb Schizofrenik. Seděl jsem po show v porotě a nakonec to vyhrál právě on. No a o 15 let později přerostl skoro celou cz/sk scénu )) Příjemná hodina plus o jeho kariéře, o odchodu z labelu, osamostatnění se…
 
En este conversatorio, los expertos Carlos Sabino, María Lorena Castellanos, Johann Melchor y Manuel Benavides, presentan el libro: El proceso de Independencia de las provincias del Reino de Guatemala (1786-1824).
 
I recently sat down with Josep M. Coll to discuss his new book Buddhist and Taoist Systems Thinking: The Natural Path to Sustainable Transformation (Routledge, 2021). This book is the latest and final in a series published by Routledge that includes titles by some brilliant systems thinkers I have had the fortune to interview previously on this pod…
 
In Part 2, Dr. Brouwer examines hydrogen and fuel cell global markets/trends, discusses whether existing infrastructure could be used for hydrogen storage and provides policy recommendations for how hydrogen and fuel cell solutions can achieve widespread adoption.저자 Larta Institute
 
Will the specter of inflation and rate hikes scare investors? Will monstrous U.S. debt spook bond markets? Could the stock market be in for a frightening ride? Join us for a Halloween-inspired event as we tackle these serious questions and more. To view the webinar or attend future webinar events, visit capitalideaswebinars. This episode is availab…
 
In this episode I am joined by Kenneth McLeod from VDQ-NRG Systems. Today's adventure branches out into the world of sustainable waste processing. It might sound like a dirty job, but there is a lot of untapped potential! Join us, as we set out to save the planet! If you want to connect with VDQ-NRG: https://www.vdqnrg.ca/ https://www.linkedin.com/…
 
Greetings, Tomb Believers! James and Trey are back with a very special episode. This week, they are joined by special guest Carrie Harris, author of the new Marvel Untold novel WITCHES UNLEASHED, featuring everyone’s favorite hothead biker Ghost Rider alongside a coven of very familiar supporting characters: Satana, Topaz, and Jennifer Kale. We tal…
 
Steve chats with Donald Cohen, co-author of The Privatization of Everything: How the Plunder of Public Goods Transformed America and How We Can Fight Back, about how he defines privatization, why public goods are vital to a functioning democracy, public-private partnerships that work, and what individuals can do to fight back against privatization.…
 
Climate change and war have flung millions of people on the move, who often seek safe harbor in the very countries responsible for their displacement. But despite the lofty ideals and supposed simplicity of international refugee law, it turns out borders are not really the fixed lines on a map we imagine them to be. GUESTS Deborah Anker is Clinical…
 
When he’s not running, Lesford is the Senior Director of Programs at Outdoor Outreach, an organization that connects kids to the transformative power of nature. It’s not just about surfing or climbing — Outdoor Outreach teaches them about sustainability and advocacy. When these kids spend time outside, they’re discovering new passions, building con…
 
Surely the biggest development in the last year is the record speed with which vaccines were discovered for the Covid-19 virus that shut down the entire world. I spoke to medicinal chemist and science blogger Derek Lowe about the many issues surrounding drug discovery like regulatory constraints, funding, and many other issues in the industry. My p…
 
In this session, originally recorded on October 25, 2021, we asked Owen Charters, President & CEO of BGC Canada, to present his five good ideas about how a board can be better. They say strategy starts with the board, but is that really true, and should it be? Whether you’re an executive director or CEO (including an aspiring one), managing a board…
 
“What is addiction, really? It is a sign, a signal, a symptom of distress. It is a language that tells us about a plight that … Read More › The post The Crisis of Addiction – Childhood Trauma and a Corrupt Culture first appeared on Academy of Ideas.저자 Academy of Ideas
 
How a Maker can Change the World! In a society that seems to feel ever more distant and unengaging. Where you mostly hide behind a screen even when socializing. You hardly know your neighbors and cultural events are not favored over watching the squid game on Netflix. It all seems a little grim, but we as makers have the power to change this. Thoug…
 
A.C. Grayling says “to read is to fly”. The distinguished philosopher who has dedicated his life to examining knowledge believes we need a revolution in education. But many of us grapple with the question: what is education for? And is this the right question to ask? A.C. Grayling is a distinguished philosopher notable for his ability to make philo…
 
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