20 Episode results for "Two Decades"

Aviation threats on the rise, report suggests

Aviation News Today

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Aviation threats on the rise, report suggests

"A new report on aviation security suggest safety issues and threats against airline passengers and property will rise significantly during the next two decades the mid air in control risks threat assessment firms recommended a joint report to that airlines airports and countries need to work together to share information and boost preparation in order to successfully combat those risks citing calls by international aviation organisations to ensure security remains a high priority for the global international community with passenger air travel set to double by twenty thirty six and airports remaining a high profile target for terrorist related activities. The report stresses the need to expand risk awareness along with the enhanced use of technological innovations and increased cooperation to defend against what is perceived to be a real ingrowing threat to the aviation industry.

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Philippines Economy Shrinks First Time in Two Decades

Newscast - Africa

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Philippines Economy Shrinks First Time in Two Decades

"You're listening to the news. Our Africa Business Radio Philippines economy contracted for the first time in more than two decades after the first quarter but officials want Thursday that the worst was likely to come. As a nation reels from the virus pan-demic Gross Domestic Product shrank zero point two percent in January to march its worst performance since nineteen ninety eight during the Asian financial crisis as the Philippines joins a long line of countries. Thr- reports devastating fighers as the result of widespread lockdowns that have shot down economies the channel eruption of the town volcano which forced the temporary closure of Manila's main international airport also took a toll economic planning secretary called show said there would be pain and the economy would fare that shrink in the second quarter and that was the news of this diamond Africa. Business Radio you can continue to listen life online at stopping www Africa business radio. That's come off our mobile APP. Thank you for listening.

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EP005 How To Establish Governance and Oversight

Breaking Barriers with CJ Devgun

05:59 min | 1 year ago

EP005 How To Establish Governance and Oversight

"Lacombe to another that certify show. I thought pick for today is governance the second most critical factor that influences the success of your strategic bland in meeting your vision and goals. What is governance and why does it play such an important role? Governance is a framework a set of rules and processes that provide oversight and control while promoting collaboration. And accountability. It allows you to major progress reestablish the boating and take any collective actions as a quiet, it drives officiant and affective decisions it provides mechanism to address risk and remove obstacles. Why is it critical? So that they can deliver your plan and enjoy the benefits of cheating, your vision, good governance is imperative for all companies big or small public or private. What makes good governance? Number one strong leadership team. A leadership team made up of competent individuals who are knowledgeable in the domain of influence. But more importantly, they are team players end are prepared to go an extra mile for your or company success. This team. Maybe call the board of directors stating committee a change control board. But the goal is the same. To provide guidance to rest of the team. Number two. Have a clearly defined roles in the sponsor -bility. Given the number of leaders and stakeholders involved in executing the vision. Having a clearly defined hierarchy is wider for smooth functioning off your transformation program. Duale up. Are they see chart that establishes clear line of accountability? And the sponsor -bility among the members and valued stakeholders in my expedients, multiple individuals can be responsible for a task. But only one person can be accountable clear accountability derives efficient decision making and issued as Lucien. Number three establish a framework for affective inefficient decision making. I have been executing strategy programs for over two decades. If I have to name a single most significant factor that deals and initiative it is lack of timely decision making hard. How do I did? Number one reduce bureaucracy. Push decision making down to the front line staff. How could it sub committees and delegate specifically sponsor Bility's too? To the subgroup. Your goal are to be that majority of decision. Make decision making is happening in the trenches. Why the two main benefits? It increases the speed of decision making and be when individuals make decisions their own them. They own the ramifications of those decisions. Strategy plans success or failure is influenced by you and your leadership teams level of engagement because you have the most intimate knowledge of the vision and how different decisions impact the ultimate goals. You can provide appropriate resources required to complete the work and clear obstacles that are impeding. The progress you must ensure clear alternate sponsor villages because proper structures reduce ambiguity, and Dr countable ity, which is the same for program success. Enable and promote decision makings at the frontline this house. Not only in expediting the making. But also make them a champion of change in your company. In the end good governance is white to keep your project focused on his vision and strategic goal, and is a must at every level of your organizational hierarchy. That does it for today. Thank you for listening. I love to hear from you and help out in any way. I can you can reach me at CJ. CJ dot com. If you like our show, please subscribe, leveraging and review for us. That's go out and break barriers and generate new bus. Onto next time Audio's, Jiao and goodbye.

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Pillsbury in Space

Innovation Now

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Pillsbury in Space

"To ensure the safety of prepackaged foods for he is that shave our future. What if the problems NASA faced when planning its first the enlisted Pillsbury to tackle the problem. The food manufacturing company quickly hiring process from raw materials to the processing environment and onto did in Pillsbury's own factories for two decades the US government IOS initial principles developed to protect astronaut food when we first journeyed.

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How to buy happiness

Before Breakfast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

How to buy happiness

"Hey listeners small decisions like what to drink when you're thirsty and have a big impact on us has been on a mission for more than two decades to create and promote great tasting healthy organic beverages like the juice or t you might have which your breakfast now forever fair trade certified on on us products sold the producer earns additional money that goes into a community development fund at origin the premiums fund bikes clean water schools or however the farmers choose to improve their live visit honesty dot com slash podcast to learn more about honest and and how you're small decision has a big impact that's honest t dot com slash podcast welcome to before breakfast production of i heart radio good morning this is laura welcome to the before breakfast podcast this week were talking about money related topics time and money are both scarce resources and it's gotta be careful with today's tip is about ways to use money as a tool to build a better life or in other words how to buy happiness now well we all have the same amount of time people have wildly varying amounts of money if you're idea of a good time is flying by private jet to a resort in the mediterranean i mean it's obviously gonna require quite a bit of cash to pull that off but most of life isn't about that resort a life is lived in ours and a lot of happiness is influenced by how we spend our normal everyday hours the good news is that even small amounts of money caboose happiness if we spend this money wisely with an eye on those everyday hours in other words money can buy happiness if you spend it right the first category for buying happiness spend on experiences experiences because they tend to be very novel create memories as we've talked about on this podcast before having more memories makes us feel like we have more time the dining room table that you used once a year doesn't really do that you might be better off taking that trip to rome that you'll remember forever getting a much cheaper table in my family we tried to operate under this philosophy we by the kids closed at discount discount stores in hamden whatever less from kid the kid but we've brought memberships at most of the major family friendly institutions in the area the zoo the children's museum the science museum be aquarium this way we always have fun activities we can do together on the weekend the second category is just spend money to buy time as we've talked about this week time is in some senses more limited than money you could make more money but you cannot make more time so if there is a place place where you can spend a modest amount of cash to move time from neat unhappy category to the happy category this could be a big win if you dislike mowing the lawn pay a service and free up you're saturday in my family two of the big kids have simultaneous sports events on a weekend my husband and i will each go to one and then sometimes will hire a sitter to come play with the little kids this way we could actually watch are kids games instead of missing kids goal because were trying to keep the preschooler from running into the parking lot this is definitely a way to buy happiness and finally you could buy happiness by spending money on relationships time spent with close family and friends is often the most pleasant time we have when i did at time dairies study of nine hundred days in the live the busy people for my book off the clock i found that people sense of time abundance rose in direct correlation how much of their time they spent with friends and family people who felt starved for time watch tv or cruise social media people who felt timeless abundant made plans with friends and they were happier for it one great idea take a friend out to lunch spending money on her it will make you happy and you'll also get time with her and then even better she'll probably reciprocate so you'll get to happy launches instead of just one what could be better than that in the meantime this is laura thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time hey everybody i'd love to hear from you you could send me your tip you're questions or anything just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram at before breakfast pot that's b e the number four then breakfast p o d you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcast at iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast spelled out with all the letters thanks so much so look for staying in touch before breakfast is a production i heart radio for more podcasts from i heart radio visit i heart radio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows hey listeners this is laura are you looking for more productivity advice please check out my new book juliet school of possibilities a little story about the power of priorities in this table

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Par for the Mystery: POLITICAL SCANDALS, A Parcast Original Series!

Extraterrestrial

13:08 min | 1 year ago

Par for the Mystery: POLITICAL SCANDALS, A Parcast Original Series!

"Is You're like me you love in Richard from the dark side of and counts down the fifty two most shocking controversies I episode on the cutthroats circumstances surrounding the election of eighteen hundred so we hold these truths to be life liberty and the pursuit of happiness that whenever any with those words thirteen British colonies became earth seventeen seventy six the final version was sent to the printer sure would done over the shores of the Atlantic a few months tell me it is not people gotta know whether or not their president's crook the long avenue left no and in fact they might have even been worse just two decades after they turell battle in eighteen hundred was so vicious it brought the brand new welcome to political scandals the scandals in US history every week until November third twenty twenty all episodes of political scandals and all other podcast originals for free on Bar at podcast we are grateful for you our listeners you allow is episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening number fifty four the eighteen hundred matchup between sitting president arrest in seventeen ninety six president George Washington warned that partisanship Gee Whiz to set aside a rivalries and worked together but US history Washington's Vice President John Adams ran against they were absolute political enemies is wanted a strong central government taxes banks foreign trade and the former secretary of the treasury but Hamilton's financial policies Adams Adams was respected as a statesman but as a person really loved but on the other side of the aisle were the Republicans most of them were either poor southern farmers who hated the northern elites person was his rivals perfect opposite Adams was short and was pompous Jefferson was very quiet very stoic and fashioned the next four years the two enemies would have to serve side by side as president Sta toossion was still drying and the gloves were already title Jefferson promised that Adams would only serve one term so it drag out the negotiations at length and mollify them by the vanity again frustrating delay by the Parisians they came back to the states empty-handed Adams of incompetence and warmongering in response the federalists and no one had any idea that Jefferson secret meetings instead he hired hatchet men to do the dirty work for him nearly is could make their way around the country before anyone got the chance to correct them the hack he didn't consider himself either a federalist or a Republican okay we're enemy number one in June of seventeen ninety seven calendar that were last seen in Jefferson's possession those documents Hamilton was left sweeping up the shattered lunatic threatening a war with France the federalist press struggled we're paid under the table to scandalise their opponents but the I of seventeen ninety eight in the very last week of the Summer Session Congress even begin immigrants tended to vote Republican so the naturalization the president to arrest and deport any foreigners from enemy nations and on jewel was the sedition act.

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S E1: Introducing 2038

2038

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

S E1: Introducing 2038

"Twenty thirty eight is only two decades away, but the world might look very different than flying driverless cars, a Chinese world order computers in your stomach or your pants and internet. Cold War broadband beam directly into your brain robots, doing everything. And we mean everything. Some of these predictions are probably gonna come through, but which ones and went. From New York magazine and intelligence her. This is twenty thirty eight a podcast about the weird near future. In each episode, we'll talk to someone who thinks they know the ways of the world will be changed in the years ahead from gene editing to climate change and geopolitics to sex, then grow them about it to see what holds up in what doesn't. I'm David Wells wells, I'm max read subscribed to hear our first episode Tober seventeen, welcome to the future.

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The Crime of Ecocide

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

The Crime of Ecocide

"With the modern environmental movement which emerged in the late sixties and early seventies came a new term. Eko side. It means the deliberate. The term ECO side might be a new one but it's becoming a thing especially in court and it's loaded with worldview implications for the Colson Center I'm John Stonestreet this is breaking rest of creation and only humans can tend to creation and undo any damage done but reducing humanity's place in the world would just take away the only reason we have means by Dominion God's image bears are to Stewart the creation in a way that protects it and that promotes human flourishing are dominion over nature reflects gods the Latin word meaning killer or slayer until now it only applied to the killing of people homicide fratricide and more recently genocide it's never really been used to describe prosecuting Brazilian President Higher Bolsonaro on charges of Echo side the recent fires in the Amazon rainforest the group argued made Bolson Arrow world had not yet fully extended human beings sadly that past is just a prologue just last month a group called Stop Ekos I began to lay the legal groundwork for nature biggest problem so then it shouldn't surprise us when this new exaltation of Nature and diminishment of man shows up in our language like with the Word Echo side side comes a poster boy for the need for a crime of Echo side the effort is supported by The Hague's top prosecutor who wants to prioritize cases involving the destruction of the environment thank several countries have already recognized the idea of Environmental Person Hood under which rivers and other parts of nature had been given legal rights that can be enforced in a court of Law Dominion over us but that's only possible if we begin with an exalted view of Man of all the created order only humans are even aware of how their actions impact the early two decades after the International Convention on the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide went into a fact and at a time when many nations including the host often today seen as nature's adversary too badly paraphrase John the Baptist we'll just have to decrease so that nature can increase after all we're often told that the best thing illegal exploitation of natural resources or the illegal dispossession of land and while there's no current legal basis for such a prosecution it's not as much of a stretch as you we has more legal rights than some human beings in New Zealand the unborn there can currently be destroyed in cases of hardship to the mother and new proposed legislation would effectively legally for the environment is fewer people some environmentalists even talk about calling the human heard of course the more squeamish among them wouldn't quite go that far but most still agree that humans are the death of an animal or an inanimate object until now of course some Christians have wrongly interpreted genesis one to mean they can do anything they want with nature but that's not what the Bible S. had yet to ratify the convention on genocide and yet here was a head of state demanding that trees rivers and other inanimate objects be given the same legal protections that the civilized aw one recent example is the one Ui River in New Zealand which in two thousand seventeen was granted the same legal rights as a human being actually the one have their day in court the appropriate word for this would be feet aside but when was the last time you heard anyone who wasn't pro-life use that one the very idea of Eka side represents an enormous abortion right up to the moment of birth with no legal consequences so unlike the one the new in the rivers the unborn there would not be entitled to legal representation or section of the natural environment now it's not clear who coined the phrase but it was then Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme who I call for it to be declared a crime in Nineteen seventy-two palm call a shift in our thinking about the relationship between humans and creation rather than embracing our role as stewards or conservatives of the natural order humans are.

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Kenny Lofton, Former MLB OF

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Kenny Lofton, Former MLB OF

"A delta flight a three hundred thirty three hundred cities where people in the car it where people miss someone in one of our other two hundred ninety nine we don't fly to three hundred cities milita bringing together just show us were not that far apart climbing this is the sporting life on espn radio and the e s p n app here's jeremy chef joy now by someone who is the six time all star one of the great players here's the nineteen nineties and early two thousands he spent nearly two decades in the major leagues were joined by the fleet end de accomplished andy six time all star kenny lofton kenny thank you for being with us no problem thanks for having me any we think about the all star game a what made it special for you well again i think the first the first one was very special because i was pretty excited about being a part of it is in ninety four is in pittsburgh and i just felt you know very special in just to be a part of a of a of a midseason classic that that created the best players in the game and i felt like i was part of it is big deal they all star game when we were growing up you're in early fifties i'm forty nine the all star game was a big deal it's almost like a super bowl in some ways 'em for baseball a one off is suppose the world series one game everybody paying attention tens of millions of people watching it doesn't get those kinds of eyeballs retention anymore why do you think that is again i don't know how baseball is approaching this but 'em i don't think it's the same i think the game overall has somehow changed why i don't know but m i think it's still just excited about the midseason classic and i think that back then it meant something to where if you win the game you know you feel like that's what well right now they went from every other switching every other year to who you know for for the team was a world series teams have the home field advantage and then it went from there to trying to figure out whoever wins the the all star game just tried boosted up to just to get the home field advantage and i now i think is back to you know a a medically nationally back and forth we have the home field advantage but i i'm not even sure why it's not because again i mean guys get a little pay little money through their contracts and from either their glove company or batting glove or bat so whatever they got their little bonus and now these little bonuses mean and now 'cause they make so much money they make so much money and they don't produce the same numbers what they making the money were speaking with kenny lofton the six time all star center fielder most famously the cleveland indians for whom he played nineteen ninety two through nineteen ninety six and then again nineteen ninety eight a through the two thousand one season end finished up with the cleveland indians in his seventeenth major league season at the age of forty in two thousand seven twenty four hundred twenty eight career hits fifteen hundred twenty three runs scored in six hundred in twenty two stolen bases kenny this season were seeing balls flying out of the park like never before a even what happened in the nineteen nineties doesn't compare to be a home run rate were seeing this season it's yeah it's unprecedented what do you think's going on guys are getting paid hitting home runs they're not getting paid to get on base so get on base right now means nothing in the game and i think that's the problem and they have this launch angle where everyone's everyone's swing vote offense if i was playing the game i swung the defense is every time i would hit twentyfive thirty home runs cut the opportunity that you are swinging for the fences you're gonna pretty much have a chance to connect as many times are you swinging but at the same time you're gonna be striking out like last year's all star game i felt people felt it was the best i felt it was the worst you know he said it was ten home runs oh so many home runs but it was twenty five strikeouts you can't strike out that many times i mean again all stories stories about guys getting on base having fun you know didn't hit and they wouldn't get any hits striking when you strike out twenty five times in a game that's just that's the that's also unheard of but that's the way this game is going today you're getting a bill buckner died a few weeks ago the great first baseman outfielder who almost had who had more than twenty seven hundred hits in the major league she would've batting title striking out only seventeen times that season anti never struck out more than twice in a game in his entire career twenty two seasons in the big leagues when we see now as you say something completely different you don't seem happy about it well no i don't because i know the part of my game and what i did in the game if felt like you because again always say when i play the guys with the rb eyes are be i mean runs batted in so that means if someone had to be on base tibet this person in and nowadays you don't have you have a lot of solo all home runs and what you have your martell you know run home runs whatever but if you look at the majority of their solo home runs you've got a leadoff hitter trying hit home runs every time they come to the plate because i don't like people are changing the game game just fall home runs out in like the part when they said back in the nineties take chicks dig the long ball what about the chicks taken the guy gets on base make some things happen getting on base still and basically i know that with the chick should have been digging that but they wanna they should they should have been digging ricky henderson although he had some pop to you at some pop to i mean you hit a hundred and thirty home runs or you hit three home runs the big leagues yet honored and sixteen triples i mean you're career slugging percentage is four twenty threes you you had some pop and you'd be outspoken kenny in the past the in one of the things that you always noteworthy about you're legacy in the game with all you're all you're chievements a six time all star are a all those runs scored although stolen bases among the alltime leaders at two ninety nine career batting average three seventy two on base you got barely any support when you were first eligible for the hall of fame under five percent threshold which meant you were right off the ballot end 'em that was controversial and you've been outspoken about a why you think you deserve more supportive why you haven't gotten that support it has to do with these a preponderance of baseball the time you're playing a yeah i mean i felt like again my time of the game i didn't actually see what was going on but i knew what was going on in for me to be in the game at that time knowing how i played the game and i just feel like you wanna play the game the right way you play the right way and i felt that's what i did i do a lot of players played it the right way but they're also someplace who didn't play the game the right way and and that kind of upsets me because it makes me makes my numbers look on the bottom part of the totem pole because of the guys who have what i say cheated the game so if you wanna cheat the game input cured numbers up there you know and i just feel like you know these guys who cheated the game they cheated the opportunity to become a hall of famer for my standpoint because of they they cheated the get the numbers i didn't cheat the get my numbers if they she my numbers will be stacked up at the top echelon of the totem pole because they didn't cheapest since they cheated my numbers drop way down my free agency at those times they wouldn't even looking at me at that time when when did it become a free agent because i wasn't hitting home runs and that's again that's what upsets me is that guy's opium praise for cheating and that's what's kind of confusing me that's all man you're right i mean there's no doubt about that a your numbers if you take them outside of the context of the year in which we had the maguire's and the bonds is in sosas and and so many people hitting these absurd amount of home runs 'em dry juan gonzalez and an i don't know if one is always who's doing steroids i think of his name the mitchell report we don't know for sure but the kinds of things at certain guys were doing that made people suspicious it it it it makes it hard for guy like you just stand out in what do you think should be done about in terms of the hall of fame or again i'm not a hall of famer so i don't know i think guys like you know like maybe berry berry larkin's you got a paul monitor monitor eddie murray winfield those guys are the ones that you could ask that question about because that they're in a in a league class that they didn't cheat the game in their number so not a lot of their numbers are are also starting to go down were compared to the guys who have been cheating but those are the guys that will have a better answer to that than i do because again i'm not a hall of fame i got off the ballot so in my numbers doing it the right way look like they're they're they're kind of bad come come parrot compare it to those guys and i think those other guys who are in the hall of fame with a doing it the right way should be the guy frank thomas those guys to be speaking out about what's going i mean again i'm not there i can't i have no i have no say anything 'cause i'm just at logan the total were speaking with kenny lofton the six time all star for all star game special in in kenny also one of the great all around found a two sport athletes of his you're a great basketball player at the university of arizona played in the nineteen eighty final four a which is ultimately won by kansas in of course seventeen season major league baseball career kenny i know you are now involved wiz a foundation distill got game foundation five oh one c three nonprofit a what is objective of i got game of the still got game i should say foundation i don't have any game anymore but it's still you still got game so i think a lot of guys came together and felt like the objective for us to go out into to inspire and they help people always michael always helped the people who are not as privilege is i was in other guys who are in the game will play the game in in just giving someone a boost or little heads up in what they're trying to do in whatever type of organization that needs help us especially for the young kids that's coming up that was very important for me in where i grew up in cleveland and in east chicago just just the give someone a chance and we myself griffey look look troy 'em torii hunter we felt like we need to keep giving back even though we're not in the game we have that opportunity and we partner also with a guy been posing who's a company called line britain line brooke capitol in california felt like you know we we all need to keep giving back as much as we can even though we're not in the game we thought about is like we still got game and this is part of are are game is the give back in whatever areas we need and we all come up with certain areas areas of of 'em life that we see in front of us as we travel who needs help and that's what we're gonna try to push forward to help who's in need in there's a poker tournament taking place sunday july seven a in cleveland which is going to benefit still got game foundation what's gonna benefit there but it's also proceedings only gonna go to the east cleveland metropolitan school district east cleveland 'cause that's where i where i went to that's why lip that when i was in cleveland so the opportunity for me to give back and i've seen different schools who needs help so this is just the perfect opportunity the all star game is in cleveland this is the first major event is the poker tournament just the to raise money to give back in the east cleveland metropolitan the school system will be that that first m m m show of of giving back to the community and whatever communities that win kenny lofton a six time all star in a player i'm not just saying this guinea because you're on the show but someone who certainly deserved a better look from the hall of fame maybe that's something that can be rectified it's really a pleasure having you on the show talking about baseball today andy

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Highlight - CRINGEY DREW BARRYMORE | #ManTools Podcast #81

Man Tools Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

Highlight - CRINGEY DREW BARRYMORE | #ManTools Podcast #81

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Indonesia Economy Sees Weakest Growth In Almost Two Decades

Newscast - Africa

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Indonesia Economy Sees Weakest Growth In Almost Two Decades

"You're listening to. The news are on Africa Business. Radio Indonesia's economy grew in the first quarter at its lowest space for almost two decades. However economists one the current virus crisis would likely deal an even greater blow in the next three months. The news comes as governments around. The world struggled to contain the deadly disease which is essentially. Shut down the global economy which is expected to fall into recession. This year. South East Asia's biggest economy. Grew two point nine seven percents in January and February the Wall Street since two thousand and one and Welch lots of a five point zero seven percent in the same ferret last year. It also missed forecasts a four percent expansion while making contraction of two point four percent for the previous quarter and that was the news at this time on Africa Business Radio. You can continue to listen live online at. Www Dot Africa business radio DOT COM all via a mobile APP. Thank you for listening.

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Special Announcement: Pocket Full of Do is now on Amazon!

The Futur

01:06 min | Last month

Special Announcement: Pocket Full of Do is now on Amazon!

"Hey Greg Gun here with a quick and exciting message for you. The second edition of Chris's book pocket full of Doe, is now available on Amazon Dot Com. If you're a fan of the show in especially Chris, then you will love this book encapsulates over two decades of reflections and observations on entrepreneurship creativity philosophy and. More you basically get a retrospective glimpse into Chris's life as a business owner and read about all the lessons he's learned along the way. In the book itself is beautiful with a black black gate fold cover and bold vibrant spot colors for the artwork inside I chose the inks myself. It's like part Art Book Part Business Book. So look on desk and hopefully not collect us. You can find a link to buy the book and the description for the Sept assode for just head over to Amazon dot com, and for pocket full of DOE. Alright exciting message over have a great weekend, and we'll be back Monday with a brand new episode.

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The greatest mathematician that never lived | Pratik Aghor

TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing

04:50 min | 3 months ago

The greatest mathematician that never lived | Pratik Aghor

"Only. When NECAS Bar, Baki applied to the American Mathematical Society in the nineteen fifties. He was already one of the most influential mathematicians of his time. He published articles in international journals and his textbooks will require reading yet. His application was firmly rejected for one simple reason, Nicholas bore Baki did not exist. Two decades earlier, mathematics was in disarray. Many established mathematicians had lost their lives in the first world, war, and the field had become fragmented different branches used disparate methodology to pursue their own goals and the lack of a shared mathematical language. Made it difficult to share or expand their work. In nineteen, thirty, four, a group of French mathematicians were particularly fed up while studying at the prestigious Ecole normale superior. You are, they found the textbook for their calculus class. So disjointed that they decided to write a better one, the small group quickly took on new members and as the project grew so did their ambition. The result was the mount, do mathematics a treatise that sought to create a consistent logical framework unifying, every branch of mathematics. The text began with a set of simple axioms, laws and assumptions. It would use to build its argument from there. Its authors derived more and more complex theorems that corresponded with work being done across the field. But to truly reveal common ground, the group needed to identify consistent rules that applied to a wide range of problems. To accomplish this, they gave new clear definitions to some of the most important mathematical giants including the function. It's reasonable to think of functions as machines that accept inputs and produce an output. But if we think of functions as bridges between two groups, we can start to make claims about the logical relationships between them. For example, consider a of numbers and a group of letters. We could define a function wherever numerical input corresponds to the same alphabetical output, but this doesn't establish a particularly interesting relationship. Alternatively, we could define a function wherever numerical input corresponds to a different alphabetical output. This second function up a logical relationship where performing a process on the input has corresponding effects on its mapped out put. The group began to find functions by how they mapped elements across domains. If a functions output came from a unique input, they defined it as inject. If every output can be mapped onto at least one input, the function was surge active and in by decorative functions, each element had perfect one to one correspondence. This allowed mathematicians to establish logic that could be translated across the function domains in both directions. Their systematic approach to abstract principles was in stark contrast to the popular belief that math was an intuitive science and an overdependence on logic constrained creativity. But this rebellious band of scholars gleefully ignored conventional wisdom, they were revolutionizing the field and they wanted to mark the occasion with their biggest stunt yet, they decided to publish Ellie Damalf, Matik, and all their subsequent. Under a collective pseudonym, Nicholas Bore Baki. Over the next two decades or balqis publications became standard references and the group's members took their prank as seriously as their work. Their invented mathematician claimed to be a reclusive Russian, genius who would only meet with his selected collaborators. They sent telegrams in Borbokis name announced his daughter's wedding and publicly insulted anyone who doubted his existence in nineteen, sixty eight when they could no longer maintain the ruse, the group ended their joke. The only way they could they printed borbokis obituary complete with mathematical puns. Despite his apparent death, the group bearing Borghese name lives on today though he's not associated with any single major discovery, but we're balqis influence informs much current research and the modern emphasis on formal proofs owes a great deal to his rigorous. Nicholas Bore Baki may have been imaginary, but his legacy is very real.

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Southern California Hit By 2nd Large Earthquake In 2 Days

Environment: NPR

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Southern California Hit By 2nd Large Earthquake In 2 Days

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from google from connecticut california from mississippi tim minnesota millions of businesses are using google tools to grow online learn how google is supporting businesses in your state at google dot com slash economic impact people in southern california are on edge this morning bracing for aftershocks from the most powerful earthquake in two decades it hit last night a magnitude seven point one quake centered near ridge crashed pressed about a hundred miles north of los angeles that's the same location as thursday six point four magnitude quake end there are reports of fires injuries and power outages in the area jacob margolis is with member station k pcc see he's the host of the podcast the big one andy joins us now good morning thanks for having me please start off by telling us about last night's quake much much bigger than they earlier one yeah just give people an idea on thursday day when i was running around i didn't even notice the six point four down here in las angeles they certainly did up in ridge crest but down here in l eight you might have missed it the seven point one i haven't talked anyone who has i was a sitting around with my wife when all the sudden everything in the house darted swaying pots and pans star declining an it just kept building and building and building and in southern california especially when you have earthquakes it's this they're just waiting period you're waiting to see just how bad it's going to get so in terms numbers the quake last night what a seven point one there is eleven point two times more energy released in the six point four that's pretty big end since then they aftershocks have not stopped not that were feeling them hearing loss angeles are not all of them but there's more than three hundred and fifty aftershocks above magnitude two point five since the seven point one last night they've been pretty much nonstop and just to make the point that earthquake when you're talking about los angeles it's a hundred miles south of veterans but for all that shaking that you're feeling but you know this quake see is not related to what a lot of people know about earthquakes which is the san andreas fault right that theoretically the big one yeah well a big one income from any number of folks here in southern california so if you looked at a map of southern california in one into imagine all the false just throw a pile of spaghetti down on it and all those little strands would be false all over the place these lists set of faults a is inland from the san andreas an so there was abe less than one percent chance that we would have had on above seven point o magnitude earthquake yesterday a following these six point four on thursday night happened as of today there is less and two percent chance that we could see another magnitude seven today but we're gonna have to see how that shakes out the san andreas is not directly impacted by these false is far as we know but there are a whole lot of false in that area that might have taken the strain rain of some of these a smaller faults that when they released all their energy because that strained doesn't just go away has to go somewhere else and some of these other false scenario took it on and how how much do we know at this this moment in time this early in the day about what what the damaging it's up there you know we saw reports as we're doing live coverage we saw reports of damage start to trickle in but really right after an earthquake is like fog of war no one knows what's going on emergency responders you're just going out trying to survey the damage we did hear reports of fires we got some calls into are into k pcc people telling us that they had fallen one woman said she thought maybe she broke her wrist an there were a lot of people who were just afraid to go back into their houses which is another big thing

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Innovation & Disruption - Think Outside the Box!

Plan B Success

07:09 min | 1 year ago

Innovation & Disruption - Think Outside the Box!

"Greetings everyone and welcome back to another sort of Plan B's success today. I like to continue you are train of thought on innovation in the last episode we discussed whether innovation is an accident or a conscious effort. We spent some time discussing thing that today. I want to focus on thinking outside the box you know over the last two decades or you might even say three gates. The word disruption has been thrown thrown around quite a bit innovation the act of creating something new and disruption the act of changing status coil with something better have gone hand in hand. These terms are interchangeable these terms interchangeably used or used together either when talking about making the world a better place with a new invention or discovery if you really look into it access to technology analogy and our Hanlon it to make things do that were never imagined possible has been key to the familiarity of these as woods over the last couple of decades the world as we know it has probably seen frequent and much innovation and disruption in the last two three decades innovation doesn't necessarily have to be something very dramatic. It can be settled as well. It can be subtle slow even making something that already exists just a tad bit it better what's important is the mindset to make things better which I believe is more prevalent with those living in current times than you ever before not for the emoluments or the perks it may bring but more so for the sheer joy in transforming the we will live to be that much more efficient history has shown rich and very times of innovation as well but but more in the mechanical and automation arenas than technological as now those were difficult times and I have much respect for the inventors of the time who gave us what we consider our basics today beat the light beer. The train beat airplanes. Whatever you take it seems so basic today but at the point in time they were unheard heard of unthought of undreamed of but today we don't even give it a second thought like I said the electric bulb telephone automobiles. It's at Cetera thinks that we take for granted were invented by people who had many many odds to face but just kept up with their dreams and kept going until they realized today's entrepreneurs and innovators fight against odds as well albeit offer different kind than older times to realize the dreams set out much is possible and sooner to in our times especially with the entire world being fertile ground as one global market for whatever these adventurers come up with. It's instant validation of their hardwork. If the world acknowledges their work and shoring great returns for them. It's instant validation of the hard work. If the world acknowledges this this work ensuring unthinkable returns for these people such results make it possible to anchorage more to take the journey while the ones that succeeded continue down the path of end of the great adventure what is interesting and refreshing in our times in our current times today is that great returns in terms of money or material or popularity no longer tend to be the end goal of success. The end goal of success has changed people set out to achieve not just material happiness or not just material high but they really do want to solve a problem. It's much more intrinsic intrinsic to them. It's much more closer to spirituality to them are innovators to continue down the path of doing more discovering more and continue tread the bat of making the world a better place money and fame or seen a simple outcomes of succeeding at what they set out to achieve and that itself is truly remarkable for all inquisitive minds out there. Go on and embark on your journey for notion and disruption option. There's no telling what is under which rock and while you're at it enjoy your adventure thoroughly for that is the most precious aspect of it all. I think one of the aspects of innovating is to ensure to befriend uncertainity for that is certain uncertainty. Is your friend a friend friend. You feel more. You might not see it as a friend at all. Uncertainty is such unpredictable. Terry that people are scared to venture out but that's not so in our current times in our current times. Uncertainty is embraced in our current times. People know that uncertainty is where where new innovation new creativity finds itself and it can be found. That's why it becomes so important to embrace uncertainty the questions and the anxiety around what will happen. What will we find how we'll resolve this problem all of those create excitement to investigate delve deeper research and find those solutions. You know uncertainty is always there. You should learn to tame it and keep going because you will find a solution for certain certain that certain a cautious approach is good but to the extent you can see it. Being prepared is absolutely alert you but you can only be so much much prepared so as long as that mindset is something people embrace. They can easily do what they set out to do. If you embrace uncertainty entity you will have the freedom to think outside the box because you know that it's uncertain you know that you can fail but you know that if you keep going going on and on there's nothing else but success that you will face so as long as you're certain of that then you have the option of being creative to take big distress and put on the back and then focus it the work on hand in order to get to where you want to be to be no way tive to cause disruptions the change the world as we see it today. Hey everyone I hope you'll like that episode and if you do please leave a review leave a comment and share the word spread the word so that others might benefit from this content as well. Thank you very much.

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What should you do the night before?

Before Breakfast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

What should you do the night before?

"Hey listeners small decisions like what to drink. When you're thirsty can have big impacts honest has been on a mission for more than two decades to create and promote great tasting healthy organic beverages like juice or tea? You might have with your breakfast now. For every fair trade certified honest honest products sold the producer earns additional money that goes into a community development fund at origin the premiums fund bikes clean water schools or however the farmers choose to improve their lives visit honest tea dot com slash podcast to learn more about honest and how your small decision has a big impact. That's honest he dot com slash podcast. Welcome to before breakfast a production of iheartradio good morning. This is Laura welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is going to sound a little counterintuitive. Don't move too much of your morning getting ready routine to the night before it sounds. On smart to make lunches and outfits but in the grand context of time. I'm not sure it is over the years. I've been interviewed for many articles on shaving time off morning. Routines people have to get ready for work or school most mornings and and so being able to compress the routine sounds like a great way to save time and sleep later inevitably other experts will suggest doing things the night before prepping lunches bags breakfasts outfits whatever this is often presented as a time saving technique technique but here's the thing this doesn't save time minutes at night are just as real as minutes in the morning when you do stuff the night before you don't save time you just spread. You're getting ready over the night in the morning to in fact you'll probably spend more time getting ready because all activities have transaction costs to lay out your outfit at night requires to clothing events one to pick out the outfit at night and another in the morning. Morning to put it on whereas if you just get dressed in the morning you've only had one clothing event similarly making lunches the night before means. You've gone into the kitchen to do that. Then you'll likely go in the kitchen in the morning to to make breakfast why not combine the to if you plan to make lunches and throw something together while your eggs or cooking or your coffee is brewing. This is straightforward enough but I think there's a deeper downside to spending time getting ready the night before it often makes us feel like we have no free time or else. It pushes bedtime later. A lot of people spend time getting ready for the morning after their kids go to bed but this could be time to read or relax or do something else you like. We all like to read or relax and if you go through a whole routine of morning prep prep you'll start the reading and relaxing later in order to get enough me time to feel satisfied. You'll stay up later and then your morning. We'll start off on the wrong foot because you didn't get enough sleep or else you won't be able to get up a little bit before or your family to exercise or journal or something else you'd really like to do. Perhaps it would be better to get enough sleep and get ready in the morning when you're actually you know getting ready in the morning. Now I know that mornings can be chaotic. Longtime listeners know I have four school aged children. And so I know they can be chaotic which may be one reason people move stuff to the night before if you have to hunt for shoes the night before you go to bed late or cut until leisure time whereas if you hunt for shoes in the morning you might be late to school or work and this has more obvious is consequences but rather than moving things to the night before it might be wise to look for ways to simplify. Do you really need to make lunches. My kids buy school lunch and it works great for us. It's gotten a lot healthier and better in recent years I do your kids need to lay out their outfits. Why if they're old enough to dress themselves than this probably doesn't need to involve you? You can control what comes into the house but once it's there this can be a matter of personal expression as for your own outfits why not pare down your wardrobe to a smaller number of outfits that you know fit and our flattering then anything you pull out in the morning. We'll be an excellent choice rather than pack bags at night. Maybe you just don't ever unpack them I have. Have One person a neutral color. That always has stuff in it. My kids homework is either in their backpacks or actively being done. There is no place else to hunt for it. Their shoes and coats are also always in the mud room by simplifying the get it out the door process we by which I mean I don't have to spend my precious free time the night before getting ready for the morning. Now I'm guessing of all the episodes of before breakfast I've recorded. I'm GonNa hear from the most people about this one. I bet a lot of people swear that spending time getting ready the night before is key to a better morning or even that it saves them time so feel free to use a stop watch and let me know I'd love to hear from you. You can reach me at before breakfast podcast at iheartmedia dot com. I will be happy to do an episode on the reasons people do get ready the night before or the situations in which it might potentially save time but I also want to share what works for me. I love that I get to spend my evenings relaxing or reading and none of my kids missed the bus this year either. If you spend a lot of time at night getting ready for the morning maybe you WanNa try pairing that back a bit and see how it goes in the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time hey everybody. I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's B. E. The number four then breakfast P O d. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast. PODCAST AT IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much I look look forward to staying in touch before breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts costs or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm Dana Schwartz and I'm the host of noble blood a new.

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Par for the History: POLITICAL SCANDALS, A Parcast Original Series!

Assassinations

13:12 min | 1 year ago

Par for the History: POLITICAL SCANDALS, A Parcast Original Series!

"Richard shocking controversies in American history all leading up to the twenty twenty election now here's a special clip from the first episode on the cut-throat Circumstances Ests we hold these and these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness government with those words thirteen British colonies on July fourth seventeen seventy six the final version was sent glorious future would done over the shores of the Atlantic Jackson the evidence tell me it is not people have gotta know whether or not their president fan of eastern long avenue left after them in fact they might have even been worse just two decades there are electoral battle in eighteen hundred was so vicious it brought mm-hmm welcome fifty four biggest scandals in US history every week until November you can find all episodes of political scandals and all other podcast originals handles in the search bar at par cast we are grateful for you our listeners and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever scandal number fifty four the eighteen hundred matchup between in his farewell address in seventeen ninety six President George Washington warned Safeguard of liberty was to set aside a rivalries and worked together did election in US history Washington's Vice President John Adams problem with that they were absolute political enemies the federalists wanted a strong central government taxes thanks Zander Hamilton the former secretary of the treasury but Hamilton's was John Adams Adams was respected as a statesman if not necessarily loved but on the other side of the aisle were agriculture most of them were either poor southern farmers who hated the northern in Jefferson was his rivals perfect opposite Adams Adams was pompous Jefferson was very quiet very stoic her for the next four years the two enemies would have to serve side by ink on the Constitution was still drying and the gloves the French Consul Jefferson promised that Adams would only serve one term is to quote drag out the negotiations at length and mollify after a long and frustrating delay by the Parisians they came back to the states ends accused Adams of incompetence and warmongering in response and scandal and drama and no one had any idea that Jefferson secret justice opponents instead he hired hatchet men to do the dirty work for flat out lies could make their way around the country before anyone got the chance was no partisan hack he didn't consider himself either a federalist or power so they were enemy number one in June of seventeen ninety documents that were last seen in Jefferson's possession those husband Hamilton was left sweeping rating around like a lunatic threatening a war with France the federalist calendar who were paid under the table to scandalise their opponents in June and July of seventeen ninety eight in the very last week of the summer session next election could even begin immigrants tended to vote Republican he's act allowed the president to arrest and deport any foreigners from enemy nations but the crown jewel was the sedition act this law made it and badmouthing John Adams was now a crime punishable by two. Ah didn't say anything about criticizing the vice president because the vice president the sedition act was a violation of the newly minted First Amendment but federalist President Adams signed the Sedition Act into law to find out what happens next listened to political.

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Introducing: What Makes a Killer

Covert

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Introducing: What Makes a Killer

"Hey covert listeners. It's Rachel producer if you like the behind the scenes look at covert affairs audio boom has a new show for you their new true crime podcast what makes exa killer join host Jennifer Toto every Thursday as she dives deep into the life and crimes of the world's most infamous serial killers season one of what makes a killer we'll analyze the lives lives with John Wayne Casey Jeffrey Dahmer the Night Stalker Richard Ramirez the butcher of Plainfield Ed Geene and more from interviews with detectives family members forensic experts and even some of the survivors what makes a killer will give insight into the events the turn these people into cold blooded killers was working in a slaughterhouse that gave Joakim Kroll a taste for savage butchery Tori or the severe abuse ski suffered at the hands of his father and just for our covert listeners. audio boom has an exclusive clip all about the Duisburg Man Eater Walking Krill while you're listening be sure to search for and subscribe to you what makes a killer on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to covert you can also find a link in the episode notes and now here's as an exclusive clip of audio booms new show what makes a killer what makes a killer contains graphic details of sexual assault and violence and is not intended for for all audiences listener discretion is strongly advised it's summer nineteen seventy six in the industrial town of Duisburg Berg West Germany Yuqing crawl is standing by his attic window carefully scanning the playground below he fixes his eyes upon a neighborhood neighborhood girl four-year-old Marian koetter a tingling feeling comes over him he's attracted to the girl and decides to kidnap her are at the next opportunity on July third crawl lures the girl back to his home there he sexually abuses abuses her and kills her days later a team of detectives search for the missing girl one of them is the young bird Yankers uh-huh failures meeting with his four year old goes missing the alarm bells go everywhere of course he used a lot of personnel to try and find this girl of his meetings within as police go door to door questioning residents a neighbor approaches them visibly shaken he explains that the waste pipe in his apartment argument building is blocked up when he asked Kroll his upstairs neighbor whether he knew the cause of the clogged pipe kroll gave a chilling response guts the police confront crawl immediately and when we go that other colleagues already on the scene and we we then went inside the flat and experience something terrible I'm natalie us it's scene of unspeakable horror you're on the stove late a human hand simmering in a pot of water with carrots and potatoes and inside the refrigerator that there was this girl completely dismembered upper four placed on corresponding shelves so that he had to take something out and add it to the Pan Am uh-huh fashionable first in the plumbing authorities discover crawl had not lied there are internal organs clogging the pipes including the lungs of a small child while I was shocked because I had a son who was not that much older I had not been in the Homicide Messiah Division long only for two years does that was something where you had to more than just swallow I have seen many things but this was something completely new to made a human being was able to do such a thing Louis for two decades yolk in crawled targeted women across Oss West Germany evading the authorities for years between the mid nineteen fifties and the late nineteen seventies you'll came kroll confessed

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Ceasefire Fail?, Brexit Vote & Lyfts Free Rides - Friday, October 18th, 2019

the NewsWorthy

10:15 min | 1 year ago

Ceasefire Fail?, Brexit Vote & Lyfts Free Rides - Friday, October 18th, 2019

"Today is Friday October eighteenth. There's a lot to talk about today like controversial comments from the White House that some are calling a confession and conflict of interest all breakdown both sides plus a brexit deal historic spacewalk and free rides from lift walk welcome to the newsworthy all the day's news locie for example said quote in the House Elijah was our north star he was sixty eight vice president Mike Pence was supposed to be ABC news reports the ceasefire is supposed to last five days so the Kurds can leave the area in exchange the US would drop economic penalties against Turkey a major admission when it comes to the Ukraine scandal the Washington Post reports President Trump's acting chief staff basically said Yep they were withholding pursing shelling and smoke in town at the center of this fight despite that ceasefire agreement so expect more details today on what's actually happening but here's at least what the deal Washington Representative Elijah Cummings from Baltimore passed away yesterday the hell reports is apparently from complications related to longtime health issues cummings was powerful the president is abusing his power and the Justice Department even saying if it is true we didn't know about it but later in the day yesterday Mulvaney walked back his comments he said we do that all the time with foreign policy he then told reporters to quote get over it to be clear though the investigation he was specifically referring to was not the one about Joe Biden Choice and the company says it won't take profit but critics are saying that's still a conflict of interest that the president is simply trying to boost his family's brand and business president with back and forth insults but President Trump tweeted yesterday that the lawmaker had strength passionate wisdom and many others are sharing their thoughts and memories House Speaker Nancy four hundred million dollars in military aid from Ukraine to pressure the country's leaders to investigate Democrats Mick Mulvaney made the comments during a press briefing yesterday and this is a pretty big your power back in the US both Democrats and Republicans called the decision to withdraw American troops a mistake but the trump administration seemed happy with how this was turning out at least yes Democrat who represented Maryland for more than two decades more recently he was one of the Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry into president trump and even before that he had many clashes with the I never withheld money from Ukraine to force an investigation that there was no quid pro quo and he blamed the media for twisting the truth but that's not the only controversial thing it would also basically paved the way for Turkey to take control of an area in the northern part of neighbouring Syria remember the Kurds were a US ally until the US removed troops from north reports say the ceasefire may not have stuck mortem today brexit might go through after all NBC today CBS news reports President Trump says it's everything we ever dreamed of and the Kurds are incredibly happy but the Wall Street Journal reports it's actually not clear yet if the Kurds would leave the region his son it was actually about an unfounded conspiracy theory that Ukraine help Democrats during the two thousand sixteen election either way it's causing a stir with some saying it's more proof in Syria and left them vulnerable to a Turkish attack and as expected the attack did happen it led to the Kurds making a deal with the Syrian government giving Syria Russia and Iran in the US the White House says it'll happen at one of President Trump's resorts in Florida the hill reports the trump administration says it looked at twelve different options but this was the best the White House another big announcement that has to do with the G. Seven summit where world leaders gather and next year it will be held in the US will the controversial part is exactly where L. Some are calling it a confession of quid pro quo meaning you only give something when you get something in return in fact a report even called that out and while they need responded it says a ceasefire agreement with Turkey's president has been made and the fighting in Syria should stop temporarily but developing news as early this morning the a. p. says reporters wording himself with a big contract and big spotlight the G. Seven summit happens in June twenty twenty well some sad news out of backlash the Democratic Unionist Party which is a Northern Irish group is not a fan they say it won't benefit them and they're not the only ones the Labor party is also against it but the no one else but the US and Turkey were at the negotiating table top Democrats called the deal a sham Reuters reports they say Turkey did not have to give up anything and now it seems news reports of the UK and the EU have agreed to a new divorce deal ahead of their October thirty first deadline but there's one more hurdle to clear the UK parliament has to sign off stories Prime Minister Boris Johnson is still pushing ahead calling this a quote very good deal remember Brexit is when the UK will leave the European Union and a deal is now required to help on it that could happen Saturday when the House of Commons votes on it the BBC reports most of this revised deal is the same as the one former prime minister theresa may came up with so it's still getting some when people without power and set an October low pressure record CBS news reports of the storm will move away from the northeast and should be near Nova Scotia Canada today but it left its mark on the host hitting the area with sixty to ninety mile per hour wind gusts snapping power lines and trees and canceling school and train services high winds yesterday afternoon made it difficult to restore I in Rhode Island and New Hampshire to NASA astronauts will make history this morning Reuters reports Kristina Cook and just come here we'll step outside the national space station for the first ever all female spacewalk the duo is set to leave the space station around seven fifty eastern time this morning and will float outside the station for about a plan for how the separation will go down will it get approved though stay tuned the bomb cyclone that hit the northeast left more than half power a bomb cyclone also known as a winter hurricane happens when atmospheric pressure drops quickly and the weather channel reports storms that a new October low pressure record in hours to change a faulty battery remember the all-female spacewalk was supposed to happen back in March but was delayed because of spacesuit sizing issues you can watch it now as it happens or even unscented I've tried a few different natural deodorants out there and I like native plus there's no risk to give it a try native offers free shipping and returns in the US and sponsored today if you prefer a natural deodorant or you've been wanting to try one I recommend native native deodorant has

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Footsteps to Heaven - What is God doing in the Church Crisis?

Footsteps to Heaven

30:27 min | 1 year ago

Footsteps to Heaven - What is God doing in the Church Crisis?

"Where you can find downloadable faith formation resources and evangelization tools visit Catholic digital resources at Catholic Dr Dot Com to bill the following podcast was made possible by the sponsorship of Theresa Leong Lee and by Catholic digital resources against every em- piety and wickedness of those who suppressed the truth by their wickedness now how many through the unholy behavior of our clergy the world is being led astray they are suppressing clergy? Have you heard about you know and and you know that there's more that we're not hearing about many more it how true is this today that the wrath of God is indeed being revealed from Heaven God is doing the revealing in other words you've hiding the truths about the corruption that's going on and you know hiding continuing to society where there are so many people now who don't have any church affiliation at all many people who have left the church you know people who are not the end everybody else living in the struggle of how do we deal with this how do we speak up and not days crisis in the church I believe God is giving us the answer to that let me continue to read the scripture starting with verse eighteen now is what we need to be feeling as well in are very pagan society that we live in our very post Christians being the truth by their promotion of homosexual act homosexual activity by their promotion of sitting in the corruption and and you know how terrible it is and we're getting riled up by this and for good reason hold back the Gospel you know how do we show that we are not ashamed of the Gospel how do we get the courage to not be ashamed of the Gospel in today father designed for us the results are better than we could ask for or imagine and now here's your host Terry Modique full of challenges sometimes we get stalled sometimes we get sidetracked when we walk with Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit to the destination that God thing is I was preparing to create this podcast reflecting in my prayer time about what to cover which by the way I've been preparing for the past seven it filled with the face that you wish that they would have and you're concerned about them but you're also living in the struggle as am I and I've been praying about what does the Lord wanted me as director of good news ministries to be saying and sharing about this will days thinking about what to say what does the Lord want me to say you know there's a lot of other very excellent podcast out there and articles this from Romans Chapter One versus sixteen through twenty five Saint Paul starts out by saying I am not ashamed of the Gospel and this hi we're living in very tough times right in in our church and I'd like to talk about that today and this morning issue this morning when I went to mass the first reading really spoke to me and I like to start this podcast by sharing that scripture with you it come let priests preach from the pulpit heresies even you know just one of my favorite examples is the heresy that give a honest frank boldly frank view of what's going on in the crisis of the Church and why it's happy I've heard this way too many times preached about that scripture and perhaps you have to it is a heresy anything that the good news ministries of G N M DOT ORG presents footsteps to Heaven Life's journey that in the multiplication of lows and fish Jesus didn't do any miracle other than getting people inspiring people to share their food preaches against the divine miraculous power of Christ is a heresy and this is one of my pet peeves is particular scripture because it works directly against the truth about the Eucharist because multiplication of the loaves of fish was a precursor a foreshadowing of what Jesus did when he gave us the up us and and teaching us how to be holy by their words and by their example God made it evident to them the truth evident to them for what this is I nineteen for what can be known about God is evident to them the people who are are teaching false us not only in what God has revealed through through creation through placing the truth in our hearts through and since the creation of the world his invisible attributes of eternal power and divinity have been able to be understood in perceived in the is made as a result they have no excuse and you know this was written in the first century now we can add to this teaching heresies people who are living sinful lifestyles people who should be who have been given the responsibility of teaching the truth to it wrist at that last supper but I've talked about that in a previous podcast as much as that's one of my favorite pet peeves to talk about I'm going to get back to the topic at hand thing of the Canon of the Bible in other words When it was decided which books which writings of of of the first apostles and the Old Testament and through the new testament writings but also end church writings and have been produced since the close goals by by holy popes in providing us with much material the catechism of the Catholic Church all of which is other writings that that were not incorporated into the Bible and and since the time that that was completed there have been what we based thoroughly on scripture we have a wealth of information available to us about what the truth is and how to live a holy life the the words the teachings writings of saints is another example of what is available to us so there is no excuse Dan our clergy teach us by their example by their lifestyles by their their preachings they have no excuse when they teach us what is not true but my friend we to have all this truth available to us we don't need to go to our clergy Bruce is so we are all accountable to know what the truth is none of us have an excuse for not knowing it for all though they knew God they did not does that sound like what's going on while claiming to be wise they became fulls annexed ordinary but we can go to to other ways of studying and learn as much as the priests learn about what the recent deacons to to learn what the truth is we have it just is available to us in every same way we don't go to I decide what is right and wrong and I decide what to believe about you know the bout homosexual activity and the scripture riders which ones of those are officially you know declared divine and is therefore incorporated into the Bible and but you know the exchanging the glory of God for the idolatry of in what we're talking about today of self taught to us in error it comes from the idolatry of believing in and glorifying all the teachings of the deposit of faith the church magisterial providing US document providing us in six thanks something other than God himself I believe that God has been perching the Church of required of everybody who who is in any contact with minors and with a vulnerable adults these heresies has been purging to Church of abuses of all kinds or not you know whether scripture is just speaking in symbols or whether scriptures talking about real miracles that Jesus whatever it is that is being they set up safe environment trainings in all the dioceses I myself have been through the safe environment training for about you know when life begins or you know or about whether Jesus did Miracles and exchange the glory of the immortal God for the likeness of an image of mortal man and in it goes on to explain some other pagan symbolism they made policies on how to deal with the sexual abuse of minors and you know record glory as God or give him sang's they became vein in their reasoning and they're senseless minds were darkened it's still making victim of Christ's own body because because we have this maybe the somebody a child has been abused and so that I can report it but it doesn't stop the real issue that that happened I predicted that God was not finished purging the church you know the bishops met my bishops office and there were other people who were complaining about this particular priest and and nothing was done it wasn't until he looked at a sixteen As deeply as victimizes children who are abused but it's still wrong it's still victimizing the church in this in this case it was a priest who was having homosexual affairs but not with me having lust towards me and other women and because we were not minors this was not considered something for the bishops to deal with but I'm like wait a minute he needs help get him the help that he needs so that you know he can be healed and you know it will help his own joining the the the question that keeps coming to me is you know how is this stopping anything does help me know how to recognize signs of Garrone Faith and the faith of others that's Catholic Dr Dot Com INNING and making their zero tolerance policies about about sexual abuse of minors you know I was dealing with a priest who was of why the safe environment trains were were put in place in our churches in the first place at the time when the bishops were meeting and plan yeah and by that vulnerable dull say mean you know the handicap the elderly or whatever and I've you know in that safe environment Dan I I said please please please tell that bishop that this man this priest his less is coming from addiction doesn't guide want this dealt with this is just as sinful maybe it doesn't hurt it doesn't victimize the adult male lovers come to the rectory and he was also very abusive mentally and verbally to his staff to heal to to deal with a real situation years later there was another situation that they became involved in with a priest serves the there was no help given to him he was just assigned to a hospital chaplaincy was not given a parish because bishop there did not want in year old and a lustful way and reported that that the Bishop finally took action and what our bishop did was move him to a different diocese liners he had homosexual prostitutes come to the rectory he had you know free and for the past two decades it began with what was the you know the the the scandals of sexual abuse of minors at the time ends and you know he's an alcoholic and he needs to go to Rehab he might need to go to sex a holic synonymous addition to alcoholics anonymous is this was a priest who was on loan from from a diocese a different diocese and so our bishops sent him back to his own bishop mm salvation and his his own what's going to happen to him you know in purgatory after after he died and it will help the church and all the people that he said this object the petitioners to him but he was given a hospital chaplaincy and nothing was done to to stop Shen still going on in the Church I reported the lust of this priest to the the staff was so traumatized by his abusiveness they were so afraid of him that you know if if somebody came around the corner owner of the you know the the practically jumped out of their skin because they were afraid it was this particular priests they had post Traumatic Stress Syndrome and and it was very the bishop's Office did nothing about it they made excuses for for this priest is like oh it just his personality type you have to deal with it and real and a friend of mine from that parish and I decided after I had been reported to to the Bishop's Office AH G M DOT org today missionary because as we know now where some of the abuses have gotten promulgated through you know the seminarians being victimized and then in turn he coming victimisers whenever was the root of his problems we were praying for him to be healed to be delivered from it and and and to be saved from from she held her body was Tabernacle of the Lord she held Jesus within her body and in the Old Testament whenever hat ministered to them but what my friend and I were praying for was for the priest who was abusive to be saved to be us of this this church the church facilities and and we did this every morning after daily mass rain or shine hot groomed to be homosexually victimized and and he reported that and was not believed was not was not helped he lost his job save us from the evil one is you know how Jesus told us to pray the our father prayer and the the reason why praying asking we decided we had to do something so what we did was we relied on the power of the rosary the rosary defeat weather cold weather and sometimes people joined us on that every time we went past the office building where the staff who were east who was a man of God who was a true man of his you know of God's own heart and months went by we kept doing this and and you know so this friend of mine and I decided after a while of seeing nothing happening to change to better the situation it's evil the rosary includes the our father prayer which begins with you know with glorifying God and ends with the defeat of evil if he this priests was not going to cooperate with God's plans for that that we prayed that the Lord would replace this priest with a the bishop's office that that he was after he'd gone to the safe environment training he recognized now the signs that he himself was being to bring us to salvation and so we prayed the rosary walking all the way around the perimeter of the Camp Rosary as going into battle with this Ark of the Covenant who is Mary and with the Lord Jesus because delivered from the evil that caused him to be this way to be delivered from whatever wounds from his childhood or whenever you know if something had happened to him and said it and and to be able to become the priests that God called him to be and if we added in in our in our putting up the prayers were terrorized by the abusiveness of this you know they they looked out the window and said they're praying for us again I mean just the fact that we were doing that is all the the rosary mysteries you know it deals with with salvation history it deals with what Jesus did to to bring US victory in battle against evil -cially what happened was This priest was sent away on Sabbatical and the parish did get a pre what is it the Hebrews went against the enemy carrying the Ark of the Covenant before them they won every battle so we prayed Mary to get involved in this situation by praying the Hail Mary is because Mary is the Ark of the Covenant Mary is you know and this priest didn't change he did tell us to stop praying the rosary and we kind of chuckled about that because you know that their self shows us the you know there was demonic influences behind behind this man's behavior and so we kept on going and event to was truly a man of God and helped heal the parish and helped the staff recover from their post Traumatic Stress Syndrome unfortunately the priest who had caused all the problems the homosexual activity was never dealt with The you know he was given an assignment when it came back from Sabbatical in working in parish eventually you know he was given other types of was not done purging his church and so I'm not surprised of what's happening today I'm not surprised that God is finally bringing to light in the light of Christ the hypocrisy of of job's not in a parish the problems were not being dealt with were not being handled and I knew that guy was not pleased with that I knew that clergy and others authority sometimes it comes from parish managers I've seen that too and others in authority who are not taking a stand strong clear stand against what is evil and are not teaching by example and by word how to live the holy life and how to be counter cultural in today's world you know the Culture Church clergy and Laity alike need to be not ashamed of the Gospel but speaking up and living up against moral relativism that where are idle again is ourselves where we decide what's right and wrong and we need to be all the has gotten more dark more filled with corruption Moorefield with demonic influences demonic penetrations demonic in a way that is making us realize that we the lady need to do something the a stand against that we need to be counter cultural and I believe that's what God is raising up now he is purging the church what the world is teaching what the world is is is is promulgating a spreading you know it's growing in the world and we need to take it's because take a look around what's happening now we the lay people were getting all riled up aren't we you know Ford has allowed the corruption in the church Lord has allowed to be given over to the ways of the world in the ways of demons and we want clarity in in the teachings the that when the pope speaks we want him to be clear and he's not clear when we asked questions let's admit it you how many of us you hide cower you know when we're in a family situation many of us if not all of us are in situations you and what is it that we really want let's face it we want our priests to tell the world how to live and and and places of authority and influence he's not done that you know he could but he's not and why is that coach or or never found a church and what we've done at this began of cardinals and we don't get

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