Summertime is prime time for Springfield, Illinois. The heart of the Land of Lincoln beats with an exciting patriotic vibe. Museums, Lincoln historic sites and numerous special events create a celebratory air that attracts visitors from all over the nation and beyond. Amy Beadle has the scoop for travelers wanting to be where Honest Abe began his trek to immortality.
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Welcome to an icy exploration of reality on this episode of "What The IF?" Dive headfirst into a brain-freezing alternate universe, as Philip, Freya, Gabby, and Matt grapple with an extraordinary question, submitted by our Super Iffer listener, Martin from Frankfurt: What the if... water did not have its highest density at plus four degrees Celsius? The team embarks on an adventure that treads the fine line between physics and biology, unwrapping the counter-intuitive conundrums and startling possibilities that lie ahead.
In this bewildering world, ice doesn't float and frozen lakes become deadly traps for aquatic life. Discover how this slight shift in water's properties could send catastrophic ripples through ecosystems, extinguishing fish populations and upsetting the balance of life. The conversation spans from the microscopic intricacies of water molecules and the life-saving 'anti-freeze' proteins in fish, all the way to the grand scale of planetary bodies.
The team also makes a cosmic detour to Europa, a moon of Jupiter, reputed to hold more water than Earth, highlighting the universal significance of water's unique properties. Could life exist in a world where water behaves differently? Listen in, as the team freezes the status quo and takes you on a fascinating journey through the ice-cold unknown.
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Find out more about Gaby's upcoming science fiction short story publication, coming soon!
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In a report by Amnesty International, titled Apartheid Automated, the human rights group laid out how the Israeli government is using technology as a tool of oppression. This technological tyranny is perhaps best seen at the many checkpoints that Palestinians are forced to traverse as part of their daily lives. Cameras and algorithms are permanently watching every Palestinian who passes through; monitoring their movements and activities. This constant surveillance creates part of what is know as the 'chilling effect'.It is also believed to work hand in hand with other technologies used by soldiers on the ground. This week on The New Arab Voice we delve into the latest Amnesty report, and examine how technology is being used, what it means for Palestinians, and how it fits into a wider system of apartheid.Joining us is Dr. Matt Mahmoudi (@DocMattMoudi), a researcher at Amnesty Tech (@AmnestyTech), and the author of Apartheid Automated. Also, Jalal Abukhater (@JalalAK_jojo), a Palestinian writer and activist. And Mona Shtaya (@Monashtayya), who until recently, worked as an advocacy and communication manager for 7amleh (@7amleh), a non-profit organisation aimed at enabling Palestinian and Arab civil society to effectively utilise the tools of digital advocacy through professional capacity building, defending digital rights and building influential digital media campaigns.Sign up to our newsletter here. This podcast is written by Nick McAlpin and produced by Hugo Goodridge. Theme music by Omar al-Fil. Other music by Blue Dot Sessions. To get in touch with the producers, follow then tweet us at @TheNewArabVoice. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“According to William the Conqueror, when was the end of the world supposed to happen?”
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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell had a series of conversations regarding his book with Georgeann Hughes on her podcast (The Byte Show). This episode revisits Martin Bormann, fleshes out the network he set up and hints at how blackmail works.This episode was originally released January 17, 2009. Chapters are back thanks to Podcast Chapters, Podcast Index and Sovereign Feeds. Find other episodes and series under the Pages section on the right.Support the show or boost at email@example.com - thank you!Listen below or download it here.
Chapter Markers:00:00:00 - Music Intro - Be Warned (Trish Daniel)00:04:34 - JPF on TBS - January 27, 2009 00:06:04 - The engineering of physical reality 00:06:48 - Ret. Lt. Col. Tom Bearden 00:07:30 - Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev and phase conjugation 00:14:36 - Royal Raymond Rife 00:15:15 - Interference pattern example 00:16:08 - A recent example - World Trade Center collapse 00:17:09 - USS Thresher 00:19:36 - How big is the Physics Club? 00:25:14 - How are human bodies affected? 00:29:03 - Resonance induced combustion 00:31:02 - Off-the-books physics 00:32:02 - Doomsday physics 00:37:55 - Milner's Kindergarten and Round Table 00:39:18 - Who was Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands? 00:39:44 - Hermann Josef Abs 00:40:21 - Martin Bormann 00:40:28 - Rudolf Hess flys to Scotland 00:40:54 - Bormann gets Hess' job and makes improvements 00:42:23 - The Nazi vacuum cleaner 00:43:39 - Bormann's intelligence and security chief 00:45:20 - Bormann's dream 00:50:18 - Hans Kammler 00:51:30 - Kammler's headquarters 00:53:47 - General George S. Patton, Jr. 00:54:31 - Accident? 00:55:25 - Hitler's Suppressed and Still-Secret Weapons, Science and Technology 00:57:29 - Back to Heinrich Muller 01:02:56 - Let's go to Argentina - San Carlos De Bariloche, to be exact 01:11:16 - President Eisenhower takes a trip 01:20:51 - Bohemian Grove vs. Bilderberg 01:24:14 - JPF's books 01:27:02 - Contact JPF 01:34:36 - The Simulation Part 3 01:35:53 - Rev. 21:1 01:41:30 - Eph. 2:6 01:46:51 - Black's Law Dictionary - definition of Consent 01:49:47 - Nikola Tesla - energy, frequency, vibration 01:52:55 - Fear 01:59:24 - Solutions 02:02:51 - Playing for your life 02:09:24 - Right here right now
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“Crime Classics” was a radio true crime series that aired from 1953 to 1954, and was created, produced, and directed by Elliott Lewis. The show was unique in its format, as each episode recreated a historical murder or crime, detailing the events leading up to the crime, the crime itself, and its aftermath. The show’s writers relied heavily on historical documents and accounts to ensure accuracy in their storytelling.One of the most notable aspects of “Crime Classics” was its use of humor and satire to lighten the tone of some of the more gruesome or shocking stories. This allowed the show to appeal to a wider audience while still staying true to the dark subject matter. The show was also known for its impressive sound effects and music, which added to the atmosphere of each episode.Each episode was hosted by Thomas Hyland, a fictional character who presented the details of each case with a dry wit and a hint of sarcasm. The show’s tagline, “a series of true crime stories taken from the records and newspapers of every land, from every time,” added to the sense of authenticity and realism that the show aimed to convey.Despite only running for one season, “Crime Classics” is still remembered as one of the most innovative and well-produced true crime radio series of all time. Its influence can still be seen in modern true crime podcasts and television shows.These episodes have been digitally remastered and are presented by SolvedMystery.comFor more information about this and other old time radio programs please visit:https://www.solvedmystery.com .