Tag: Stories about Science

We Need To Be Saved From Ourselves To Make Covid19 Vaccines Effective

With all of the promise of a covid 19 vaccine it appears we need to be saved from ourselves to make Covid19 Vaccines Effective. Doctor Y Bruce Lee is a writer, journalist, professor, systems modeler, computational and digital health expert, and entrepreneur. He will attempt to to explain why many health care workers refuse to get…
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How Do The Miracles of Jesus Compare to Scientific Discoveries

Almost a decade ago the Higgs Boson, once referred to as the God Particle, was discovered at CERN. In this podcast we ask one of the leading researchers at CERN, Dr. Aaron Dominguez, How do the miracles of Jesus compare to scientific discoveries? We pose this question to Dr. Dominguez because as a professor at…
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GTP-3 Artificial Intelligence’s New Mind

Is GTP-3 Artificial Intelligence’s new mind? Dr. Jared Kaplan is a theoretical physicist who has been recently working on Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3), which is an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text. We all use a limited version when we ask google a question or when google auto corrects our…
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Will A Corona Virus Vaccine Give You your Life Back.

the virus that causes COVID-19—isolated from a patient in the U.S., emerging from the surface of cells (blue/pink) cultured in the lab.

Conservation Biologist Jim Tolisano

Conservation Biologist Jim Tolisano worked on nature conservation projects in more than 50 countries, ranging widely and wildly through such experiences as Grizzly Bear conservation work in Colorado, to forest conservation work with remote communities in Papua New Guinea, chimpanzee conservation work with Jane Goodall’s Institute in West Africa, nature-based business development with Afro-Ecuadorian communities…
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Latino Outdoors’ José González

Latino Outdoors’ José González is an experienced educator in formal and informal education settings with an array of associated interests in the arts, education, conservation, and the environment. He has broad experience as a K-12 public education teacher, environmental education advisor, outdoor education instructor and coordinator, and university adjunct faculty. He received his B.A. at…
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Horse Guided Empowerment

Christina Marz shares her experience treating pandemic anxiety with horse guided empowerment. Christina is a systemic family counselor, certified trauma specialist and the founder of Horse Guided Empowerment, a method for holistic therapy with a herd of horses. She teaches the method all over the world and has certified practitioners in Europe, Latin America and…
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Environmental Journalist Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers, award winning environmental journalist, will join us and share stories about his experiences as an environmental journalist and science writer. Paul writes about energy, water policy, environmental justice, parks and other environmental issues. He was a member of the Mercury News Pulitzer Prize winning team that covered the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1990.…
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New Trailer For Life Is A Story We Tell Ourselves

Our new trailer for Life is A Story We Tell Ourselves highlights up coming podcasts.  We interview Yosemite Ranger and Buffalo Soldier Re-enactor, Shelton Johnson.  Shelton appeared on the Ken Burns documentary on National Parks.  Next up will be award winning environmental journalist, Paul Rogers. In August former National Park Service director Jon Jarvis and his…
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Policing and American Racism

Host Don Murphy and his co-host Anna Murphy explore stories about policing and American racism. They also tackle the confederate flag problem.   Joining Don on the podcast are former California State Park Ranger Peace Officers, Steve Treanor and Rich Rojas.  Steve and Rich share their stories as police officers highlighting the differences between police…
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