19 Burst results for "Erin Minke"

"erin minke" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"erin minke" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Thousand dollars to spend while you were in more than thirty of the biggest music superstars hand picked by radio arena here in Las Vegas the day times day see Backstreet boys leasing keys Hootie and the blowfish and many many more hosted by Ryan Seacrest listen for your next chance to text and when access to our I heart radio music festival thousand dollars spending cash I'm Danish words and I'm the host of noble blood the new history podcast from I heart radio and Erin minke focuses on the stories of some of history's most fascinating right from the infamous to the almost forgotten the world is full of ill fated love affairs bad decisions in family drama when you're wearing a crown mistakes I hurt media was number one for podcasts it's easy to see why fine noble blood in the I heart radio ever you get your podcasts I play high school softball for I think my mom and dad has never missed a game I play for the smell of my leather glove the sound of infield chatter and that incredible feel of the ball jumping off the bat I play for sacrifice buns and sacrifice fly because they taught me what it means to be teaming whether they're playing for their teammates their classmates or their community student athletes in North Carolina learn important lessons that we use for the rest of their life like respect for the rule time management skills and the value of hard work and sat I played high school softball for my friends to decorate my locker before every game I play for play for keeps play for fun play this message presented by the North Carolina high school athletic association and in North Carolina athletic directors association my name is Tom Thorton.

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"erin minke" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"erin minke" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I'm trying to do things. Y'all going hard after the show like going out. I'm not you know what? Toko cost you Joan now. I don't know how that's not hockey talking. I know how. You talking to noise you made is going to vote you Puccio. Let's talk radio, but I'm gonna try to watch that movie stars born everybody's been hyping it up like, it's amazing. So I maybe need to see that. I think I'm gonna watch abducted a plane side this weekend. Oh. I told you watch the green book. Well, I'll do it breath. Have a great weekend at Mr. Bobby bones on Instagram gonna have you have a great weekend. Bobby bose? Few moments in early American history are as well known and yet equally misunderstood as the Salem witch trials more than three hundred years after they ended the tragic events of sixteen ninety two still feel fresh in relevant and rightly so because the story of Salem is about much more than just a community caught up in the grip of mass hysteria. It's a story about us. I'm Erin minke creator and host of unexcused a podcast series. That explores some of the darkest most misunderstood moments in history season, one was a deep dive into the Salem witch trials, and includes historian interviews intensive research and powerful storytelling, and you can binge. The entire twelve episode season right now subscribed to on obscured in your apple podcasts or iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts and begin your journey into the past. Learn more over at history uninspired dot com..

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"erin minke" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"erin minke" Discussed on How to Money

"If you're kind of new to the show, and you're interested in learning more, we've got a whole backlog of shows some about real estate and other stuff like cutting your grocery Bill and saving on your cell phone. So check those out, and if you have enjoyed this podcast, we would love to hear from you. You could leave us. Or view on apple podcasts. And we've been doing this new show now for a few weeks the money pro episode, we would love to hear from you. Your thoughts on our guests the format in general. We're always looking to improve let us know how doing and leave us a review our buddy until next time. Best friends as runs out. Few moments in early American history are as well known and yet equally misunderstood as the Salem witch trials more than three hundred years after they ended the tragic events of sixteen ninety two still feel fresh and relevant. And rightly so because the story of Salem is about much more than just a community caught up in the grip of mass hysteria. It's a story about us. I'm Erin minke creator and host of unexcused a podcast series. That explores some of the darkest most misunderstood moments in history season, one was a deep dive into the Salem witch trials, and includes historian interviews intensive research and powerful storytelling, and you can binge. The entire twelve episode season right now subscribe to on obscured in your apple podcasts or I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts and begin your journey into the past. Learn more over at history, obscured dot com..

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"erin minke" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"And you have the nails being pulled down by every single rock in the earth is pulling with all of its gravity, but a tiny little kitchen magnet. Totally overcomes that it can lift the nail even though it's pulling it's being pulled down by the whole entire planet earth. Right. Exactly. Now, imagine a magnet the size of the earth. Right. I mean that would be that'd be extraordinarily powerful. And so you have basically like a gravitational blob the size of the earth still pretty ineffective compared to electromagnetism. So we if you compare it by object like you said, he's a proton put in extra proton the force are gonna feel from electromagnetism is so much bigger than the force of gravity. They're gonna feel towards each other the same with like two electrons or to quirks things. So in the scale of the particles that we know it's a really weak force. That's right. Exactly. And yet and yet it seems to dominate right? That's a bit of a puzzle like on one hand it super-duper week. And we're telling you that it hardly counts for anything on the other hand, it's responsible for the structure of the solar system and for the galaxy. And it's the reason the universe looks the way it is right. Right. And so that can be confusing to people like how do you reconcile those two things in your head? Like, why doesn't earth feel an electromagnetic force with the sun, which would be so much bigger than the force of gravity. It'd be pretty shocking. And that's actually the reason is gravity is different from the other forces. That it can't be canceled out. Right. If there was some huge electrostatic difference between the sun and the earth like a bunch of positive charges had a bunch of negative charges here. It would create such an enormous force that it would be very quickly balanced. Like, that's what lightning is, right? When there's a charge differential between clouds and the ground. It's it doesn't take that much before those charges wanna rearrange themselves to a lower energy configuration. They rushed down to the ground. They've rush up to the clouds the general to balance themselves out because you two kinds of charges positive and you have negative. So you can find an arrangement were basically, everybody's happy to equilibrium. Right. But that's not true for gravity. Okay. I get it. So for example, if the earth was every particle on earth had a positive electromagnetic charge every particle in the sun had a negative electromagnetic charge. There would be he pull from electromagnetism pulling earth into the sun yet. We'd be toast, pretty quick. Yeah. Not long. Huge even the opposite. If we were all positive and the sun was all positive. We would get shot out of the solar system very quickly. That's right. And that's why you know, early days of the solar system being formed. You have these gases the gas and dust coalescing and very rapidly things neutralize right because anything that feels electrostatic force to something else is going to find the opposite charge, and they're going to coalesce, and they're gonna make something neutral. That's why most of the things around. You are neutral. I most of the elements are neutral because any deviation from neutral results and a powerful force to neutralize it. So thankfully, the earth is made out of both like equal amounts of positive and negative particles. Right. That's right sort of balance electromagnetic Lii, and so even of the sun was all positive. We would look like neutral a neutral to to the sun. Yeah. That's right. We're on large scales. Earth neutral. I mean, there might be some residual positive or negative charge depending on the solar wind cetera. But basically this neutral, and so the largest force of the earth feels is the gravity from the sun even though gravity super-duper week. Right. It doesn't take a lot to counteract gravity, but it's the only player left because everybody else's sort of paired up and danced off for the night and gravity's just they're left holding the bag and gravity. Can't be balanced. Right. You feel gravity if you have any mass right only positive masses? No such things that negative mass to give anti gravity. Wow. Well, let's keep going, but first let's take a quick break. I'm Erin minke by now, you've probably heard about my newest podcast on obscured. It's a seasonal show that dives deep into a single major historical event. And this season has been all about the Salem witch.

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Do Whales Have Pop Songs?

BrainStuff

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Do Whales Have Pop Songs?

"I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and Evelyn Schnur biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Vogel bomb. And as it turns out, humans aren't the only creatures the create and riff on catchy tunes Wales. Have pop music to during breeding season as male humpback whales swim along they sing the same song. Females never sing only males due to find a mate or to posture for other males the songs passed back and forth between the members of a pod each WALE, adding his own little flourishes. And as that pod meets other pods. They pass the tunes along until whole oceans ring with a song of the moment in the world of human pop music. What was the hot song of the summer will be dropped by every radio station in the fall to make room for the new hot thing? Research published in the proceedings of the Royal Society b suggests that the same is true for whale songs. The popular tune becomes gradually more and more complex. It's altered by different populations of humpbacks. But after a few years, the wheels grow tired of their complicated Diddy and start from scratch again the research team. Based out of the university of Queensland rated the complexity of song recordings of ninety five humpback whales from different populations in the Indian Ocean, of course, thirteen consecutive years. They found that over the course of a couple years. The same song spread all the way across the South Pacific from east Australia to French Polynesia lead author Jenny Allen marine biologist and the sedation ecology and acoustics laboratory at the university of Queensland said in a press release typically these songs changed gradually possibly through embellishments by individual singers. We suspect the embellishments allow bowls to stand out from their peers much teenage boys trying to stand out from the crowd. But every few years the songs are replaced always buy something simpler, suggesting there's a limit to the whales capacity to learn new material. Although there is evidently a limit to how much Wales can learn the build up and abandonment of particular songs signifies, a rapid cultural change over thousands of miles of ocean. Allen said that's basically unparalleled in non human culture. Dolphins. Do have fads too though. They have only been observed on a smaller scale an individual named Billy who learned to walk backwards on her tail and captivity later taught the trick to some wild dolphins after she was released the dolphin moonwalk really took off for awhile. Today's episode was written by Justin shields and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other catchy science, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Erin minke by now, you've probably heard about my newest podcast on obscured. It's a seasonal show that dives deep into a single major historical event. And this season has been all about the Salem witch trials with the release of episode twelve on December nineteenth the entire season is out. It's the perfect opportunity to get caught up and finish the journey. You started or to dive in and binge the entire show, but we're not done. Just yet starting on January second we'll be releasing all six of our incredible historian interviews for you to hear in full. These were great conversations with the leading scholars in the world of the Salem witch trials, and you won't want to miss them. Learn more about the show over at history on

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BrainStuff Classics: How Do Accents Work?

BrainStuff

05:40 min | 2 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: How Do Accents Work?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here with another classic episode from our erstwhile host Christian Sager. This episode sets out to answer a question that lots of us around the office having backgrounds in theatre were curious about how do accents work. Hey, I'm Christian Sager. An I'm speaking with an American accent. But where to accents come from not just mine, but all of them. I let's figure out what an accent is accents are just a part of something bigger called dialects. And accent refers to the way a person or a group sounds a dialect refers to the accent in the grammatical features, inherent and a person's speech. So an accent is just a way of pronouncing a language every single person. Speaking has one your accent results from how where and when you learn the language, you're speaking in and it gives impressions about you to other people, no one has a single fixed accent determined by his or her experience because we can and do control the way we speak both consciously and unconsciously, in fact, most people change the way, they speak depending on who's listening and our accents can even change. When we have new life experiences, but we're to accents in general, come from, well, primarily two things isolation and human nature, we're social animals, and when we're in groups we like to behave in similar fashion and show that we belong, and we do this in multiple ways language is no different. When groups become distinct the way, they speak becomes distinct too. So if a single group, separates socially and geographically think of group f going to one island in group b going to another then over time they developed distinct dialects, they may eventually even sound like two different languages, humans are widely travelled species. And as distinct groups mingled with others their accents changed combining some traits while losing others. No accent is particularly better than another while you might hear some folks talk about accentless English with they're really talking about our dialects like received, pronunciation or. Or general American which are the reference varieties? They're transcribed in dictionaries and often taught to foreign English students, but they are accents and on the less. So what does your accent say about you? It depends on who's listening. You might have an accent that is associated with a particular place like London, for example. But some people may just associate that with England and in all languages, some accents have higher or lower perceived prestige. Meaning they are often associated with a higher social class. For example, Americans have often looked down on the southern US accent, the southern accent is associated with several stereotypes. But other English speakers say in the UK or ustralia might not share the same prejudice. They will however have their own stereotypes about accents. And these stereotypes won't completely carry over to other English groups either. So if there's an accent joke in a British film, your American friends might not get it at all. These perceptions are not based on anything inherent in the accent. If you play recordings of different accents to non English speakers, they won't be able to tell which ones are high or low prestige. But if you really feel that your accent isn't working, then the good news is that you can change it. You'll have to work at it figure out. Exactly how you'd like to sound. And then expose yourself to that as much as possible, but it is possible. Today's episode was written by Ben bolan and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Erin minke by now, you've probably heard about my newest podcast on obscured. It's a seasonal show that dives deep into a single major historical event. And this season has been all about the Salem witch trials with the release of episode twelve on December nineteenth the entire season is out. It's the perfect opportunity to get caught up and finish the journey. You started or to dive in and binge the entire show, but we're not done. Just yet starting on January second we'll be releasing all six of our incredible historian interviews for you to hear in full. These were great conversations with the leading scholars in the world of the Salem witch trials, and you won't want to miss them. Learn more about the show over at history on obscured dot com

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"erin minke" Discussed on Lore

Lore

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Lore

"Archaeologists believe that it's over two thousand years old. It's a mound that stands over sixty feet tall with a base. That's almost as wide as a football field. Folks. Who built it had to move something like sixty thousand tons of dirt and rock to make it happen. And mount is standing right in the middle of town in Ohio a town called mount Ville, creative. I know. It's a burial mound constructed by the pre-columbian culture known as the DNA and one of the many they left scattered about the mid west. And while it's been studied for its physical qualities such as the items in remains hidden inside. It's the reason for the mounds existence that has been discussed the most some believe that it's an example of what? Known as an access Mundi a place, that's considered to be a cosmic access point or the center of the world. It's an idea found in countless cultures around the globe from drizzle in Norris mythology and Hebrew garden of Eden to Mount Olympus and the pyramids of Teotihuacan everywhere. People lived throughout history, they have treated certain places as sacred and different. The axis Mundi is thought to be a place where heaven and earth connect or the world beyond is pressed right up against our own two sheets of paper that have been pinched together for some cultures. Like, the ancient Egyptians that connection provided a highway into the afterlife while the Anchin. Greeks view them as places for communication with the gods. For others, though, these sacred places are doorways that worked in the opposite direction and rather than inspiring. Aw, and wonder that notion filled people with fear. They believed there were places where supernatural forces could spill out into their lives where the darkness beyond the boundaries of this world could creep in and deliver a gift that no one wanted to receive. Hey, us destruction and death. I'm Erin minke. And this is lower. There are.

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"erin minke" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Unobscured

"There were a lot of rumors about Abigail. Some were small as you might expect. She was rude. She was unseemly, she was irreverent, but there were other more specific rumors. Those were the kinds that spread like fire in dry barn. They whispered that she lay out alone in the woods at night that she was disobedient at home that she openly mocked the traditions of the puritan faith, even going as far as to use the Lord's name in vain that she made a pact with the devil and all of it was true. Abigail is family lived in the village of tops 'field, roughly five miles north of Salem village. They were part of that larger Salem community in which the same way Beverly and over Wenham and others were, but they hadn't always been in tops 'field. As far as I can tell. Abigail was born there, but at the age of four, ten years before the events of sixteen ninety two or father William packed the family up and headed north, the fall of Maine over the next seven years, though tragedy crashed against her family like ocean waves. The native American attacks on those northern frontier. Communities were brutal and deadly Abigail, lost siblings. She lost her mother, and finally her father lost their land or seeing them to return to tops 'field in defeat, but they didn't come alone. William had remarried. So his new wife deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's staged dressing. If we want to understand who Abigail was, these are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. But the one thing they don't explain why she leaned so hard into these rumors. You see these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods weren't rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch and she was proud of it. This is on obscured I'm Erin minke..

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"erin minke" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"So hop is this massive Alaskan malamute and he used to ride shotgun when Lucas drove around town. So he thought maybe Han solo could use a similar companion. And also that's pretty funny. I, I'm guessing, Indiana is the name he gave to Indiana Jones as well. That's right. So as dog is like, doubly important. So pretty pretty big deal here, but apparently the inspiration for the millennium falcon was served up to Lucas at a diner. He was brainstorming what the ship would look like. And he was then served a hamburger with an olive on the side. So there was where inspiration struck. It is funny because that's ship, I guess, does look like a hamburger with an olive on the side. I feel like that's what I'm gonna to her every time I see the millennium falcon from now on. I do think that fact, plus the dog fact wins you this week's trophy though. Yeah. Well, thank you so much. You know, they're obviously so many great characters based off of real people. I know there's a ton that we left off that we thought about talking about today, so we'd love to hear about those from you can always Email us part time. Genius at how stuff works dot com or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter, but thanks so much for listening. Thanks again for listening part time. Genius is a production of how stuff works and wouldn't be possible without several brilliant people who do the important things we couldn't even begin to understand Chris McNeil does the ending thing. Knoll Brown made the theme song and does the mixie mixie sound thing Jerry role in? Does the exact producer thing. Gabe losers are lead researcher with support from the research army, including Austin, Thomson Nolan Brown and Lucas Adams and Eves Jeffco. It gets the show to your ears, good job Eve's. If you like, what you heard, we hope you'll subscribe. And if you really, really like what you've heard, maybe you could leave a good review for us. Do we forget Jason, Jason Hu. Our world is full of the unexplainable, mysterious events, unusual objects, and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe. I'm Erin minke most days I'm writing and producing the hit podcast Lor. Now I'm opening the doors of my

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"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Yeah, I think here's what lost me and this is I don't know if it's petty or something I should have just been able to get over easier. But honestly, dude, if they hadn't have made the the big thing that they all had to do to become one that stupid stupid interpretive dance. He didn't like interpretive dance, hated it as my favorite part Emily loved it. A lot of people love it. I just could not get past. Making sounds to the big one that got me was when they went in like this, like a cat magic fingers. I just, I don't know, man, I hated that. I was just like it took me out of it every single time. I was like, why couldn't they have just made it where they like join hands or something in conscious something a little less like I'm guessing you're not an elven Ailey fan. This is funny that you mention that because it only loves Alvin Ailey. And while we were watching this, I said, this is like Alvin Ailey dance. That is. I'm not a fan. Yeah, it's it's not really something I gravitate towards, but I enjoyed it. It didn't put me off to do badly. I kind of I kind of liked it. All right now a lot of people did and we loved it. She was very moved and I was sort of a dick. She was didn't realize I was being a big dick at the time, but I was doing that thing where sort of making fun of it as the show kinda went on and in the end, it was sort of making too much fun of it. And she was like, I'm enjoying this. Will you shut the fuck up in. Allow me to enjoy fun of it. And I was like, man, what a jerk. Yeah. Well, you know, at least you guys are comfortable enough of each other that she can tell you to show the fuck up. Oh, of course. I can't hear that ten times a day. Very comfortable. And it's sort of, you know, sometimes you both wanna be making fun of the same thing and we just weren't on the same page. So I'm gonna watch the season to that. I'm sure we're getting a pass on by the way, Josh and I, we've not heard back from how man, really? Yeah. I mean, when you don't hear back, it's called the soft ass you ever. I've, I've been soft passed on many time thing until I got soft passed on the first time, like five or six years ago. We auditioned for some Discovery Channel show, and he just never hear back. And I was like, wait a minute. Surely they're gonna call us and say, you didn't get it, but no, no, you just never hear. It's like professional ghosting professional ghosting. It's exactly what it is and. I'm Erin minke most days I'm writing and producing the hit podcast lore. Now I'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with Aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities, every Tuesday and Thursday, you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that come with unusual backstories, visit apple podcasts, dot com. Slash curiosities to subscribe analysts in for.

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"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Everyone believe your homework this week let me check my handy dandy spreadsheet is oh yeah it is eric slick eric slick is a drummer another drummer for one of my favorite bands dr dog philly philly's own doctor dog great great group of been with them from the beginning since was seeing guys in tiny rooms with fifty people love that and now they're just they're playing the tabernacle last time they came from eric came in we sat down we talked about the big lebowski just personal favorite yeah and eric was had some deep knowledge on it which was great went to the show that night hung out backstage guys a little a little bit nice living that life no love man was pretty great my buddy eddie went along as well and we just had a good old time hanging out backstage with dr dog they do a really great cover of this song heart races by architecture and helsinki oh really yeah which is like a i think australian banned from like the early 'oughts had no that band yeah yeah dr dog doesn't really good cover on all right well my advice is go see dr dog live everyone they're good time in concert all right thanks everybody and we will see you next week on the mini crushing our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lore now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather round i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities

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"erin minke" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Gang a fucking children till all your kids we like we're going to be i don't care if you're in school anybody who lined up should've gotten like a thing that said that they come back and pay their age 'cause i'm sure there were kids who were pretty excited when you go to the website the top it has an alert like it's from the fucking government red banner alert mines have closed for pay your age day event her local authorities we cannot accept additional guest people rioting and like turning cars over we have closed lines in our us anyway does build a bear no joke that wasn't the moral build a bear they will fuck shit be taken seriously all right that's gonna do it for this week's weekly zeitgeist please liken reviews the show you like the show means the world to mind key he needs your validation folks i hope you're having a great weekend and i will talk to you monday by our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather round i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities

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"erin minke" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on TechStuff

"Spend on expensive computers so some of the big names like apple and ibm we're having their own crises brought about by various questionable decisions but dell computers was actually coming out ahead because the company had been focused on comparably powerful computers at a much lower price than competitors offer so people still needed computers they just couldn't shell out the big bucks for the brands for like compaq or apple or ibm so dell continued to do pretty well during that recession at least at first in nineteen ninetytwo fortune magazine would name dell computers among the fortune five hundred list that list ranks the five hundred largest us corporations according to total revenue for the most recent fiscal year for those companies dell appeared on it for the first time in nineteen ninety two and that made michael dell the youngest ceo of a fortune five hundred company he was twenty seven years old at that time but things were not necessarily going to go smoothly for dell and his company in the near future that my friends is what we call a cliffhanger you'll have to join me for the next episode to find out what happened to dell or you know read an article or something but no tune into my episode and you guys have suggestions for topics i should tackle in future episodes tech stuff whether it's a company technology personality in tech maybe there's someone i should interview or have on as guest host send me a message the email for the show is tech stuff at how stuff works dot com or drop me a line on facebook or twitter handle for both of those tech stuff h s w don't forget to follow us on instagram and i'll talk to you again really soon for more on this and bathrooms of other topics visit how stuff works out com our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather around i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities

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"erin minke" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Omnibus

"The closest hospital to you or maybe like an offer from a hotel you spent like one night in eight years ago telling you about their summer rates that's always a good ucf money or like sometimes you donate money to one good cause and then like twenty likeminded causes like consent of blood in the water will you know the democratic party sends me lots and lots and lots of questionnaires that are all like full of exclamation points and i'm like sorry guys sorry i like the emails where the subject lines are increasingly desperate from nancy pelosi open this now we need to get to work like sorry nancy hold on let me get my pants on our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather round i'd like to take.

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"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Movie Crush

"My first tony winner v digs in his best friend growing up raphael castle they teamed up like i said old high school friends too from oakland to write a movie together called blind spotting and i held off on the release i interviewed them quite a while ago but he'll he'll often the released to align with this movie blind spotting it's really really good it's very timely movie about race and class set against the backdrop of a gentrifying oakland like i said they're hometown it's a really really good movie and the guys were just so cool nice and just sweetheart dudes dvd eggs it was great to meet both of them so we talked a lot about their movie and filmmaking in hamilton but we did talk about get out they agreed that they could vote talk about that movie instant classic yeah so watch get out and listen up this friday and we will see you next week later our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lore now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather round i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities

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"erin minke" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on TechStuff

"Second one had a modest success but still performed below expectations so facebook decided to shelve it google actually had a similar drone program it was working on it also has shuttered that effort but project loon which uses high altitude balloons rather than drones is still in development over at google well that's just a quick series of updates about various stories in the tech world there are clearly tons more could have touched on but i can only do so many per episode so i'll probably do more of these in the future where i will do like a grab bag of of dates about various things going on in the tech world that maybe again don't merit a full episode cambridge analytica will definitely get a full episode a full treatment from the entire story probably a little bit later once more of these investigations have been wrapped up so i can have kind of a beginning middle and into that but expect that in the future and if you guys have any suggestions for other topics i should cover on tech stuff whether it's a company technology an issue in tech maybe there's someone you want me to interview or have on his a guest make certain to let me know semi a message the email address is tech stuff at how stuff works dot com or drop me a line on facebook or twitter the handle of both of those as tech stuff h s w don't forget to follow us on instagram and i'll talk to again really soon for more on this and bathrooms of other topics visit how stuff works out com our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with airman keys cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather around i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities

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"erin minke" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Sort of public awareness tends to lean so heavily towards neural plasticity just an absolute good i want as much of it as i can get when we want to counter the hype neuropathy city is a good thing but it's also not an it's not a good thing in every possible case in every sense right and towards the end of the episode will will speculate a little bit and look at some some speculation from experts about what some of the possible pitfalls could be what end even what are some of the black mirror esca possibilities in a world of full of neuro plasticity inducing drugs yeah now the question about these drugs though is still wide open i mean it's sort of hate to use the met for the wild west let's better metaphor for an arena in which there is still much much new ground being forged welcome to the jungle baby how about some spelunker we're responding nia those close confines though i guess okay i think wild west is still pretty good well whatever it is i mean we're still trying to figure out what kinds of drugs might do this what side effects they might have if they are effective at doing it and we'll talk more in later in the episode about what some of these specific drugs might be yeah because to master near plus this day we're going to have to establish the molecules the close the doors i mean the thing is it is possible to extend critical periods ammunition late them and experts do in fact think that will one day be able to do this with a pill with some sort of medication so it's not a question of if it's a question of win the groundwork is already being laid for this is just how are we gonna be ready for it when it happens well i think we should take a quick break and when we come back we will discuss a few things about the history of the idea of neural plasticity our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lore now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather round i'd like.

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"erin minke" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Harmontown

"I'm everyone gets oh so it'll be seven seizes i'm like no welcome to twenty five year and early retirement i will show you how bad iraq and word he can get i'm writing one right now extra iron man suit at home this episode i'll fuck up a spider man from here i don't care training spider man with one suit all right loyalists felt like spiderman deserves not just become like an adjunct to the iron man come on spider all right all right let's hear the blue blue blue blue man crew shit this blue man group laura intro by spencer mankind has been eating food for years decades if we're honest and for most of that time it hasn't been salted when john wilkes booth walked into the mall one day he had no idea what he was about to add to the coal and tarik cohen area landscape spying big crystalline rock he needed to lick it and he did since then salt has been commonplace at the dinner table across america and the world but that made no difference to margaret cho as she left her house when morning headed to the same mall what she found was q a corpse torn asunder covered in blue markings and surrounded by the remnants of broken salt circle no one knows what the first sighting of the blue man group was and one doesn't have to fear you see things that are bloop have a way of coming back around and things that are might just surprise you i'm erin minke and this is law.

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"erin minke" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"erin minke" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"And you discover that your feet are exceleron getting faster than your head is if you were otherwise still alive when the started to happen to you it would stretch your body out until it ripped into pieces and then those pieces would get stretched and ripped into smaller and smaller pieces until you're just kind of a wet carbon particle jelly streaming through toward a point of infinite density also worth noting if you did a cannonball into the singularity than all of this would happen but i not sure that has any impact on anybody's decision making oh it has a lot of impact somebody should work that up that that should be a paper yeah i would the body react i in as a side note you might have heard me mention smaller black holes here why why did i mention smaller black holes it's kind of counter intuitive but actually smaller black holes will tend to kill you faster through title forces than larger black holes will a much larger black hole actually has a more gentle gradient of gravity acceleration but so we've been imagining a one type of way of picturing this awesome event the what it's like to pass into a black hole one of the things that i wanna think about is once you're within the event horizon of a black hole does it even make sense to talk about you falling into the black hole to talk about you and the black hole as separate objects if you can literally never leave no matter what you are no longer an entity separate from the black hole itself you are part of the black hole and the black hole is you that's true like you're no long a denizen of the the larger university or denizen at that particular black hole and arguably a part of it substance yeah so maybe a maybe a more transcendent way of thinking about it would be say okay when you fall into a black hole it doesn't just kill you you get to become it consolation price yeah all right on that note we're gonna take a break when we come back we will discuss more of the mysteries and wonders within the black hole our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to.

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