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Ask A Spaceman Ep. 45: Wormholes - Deal or no Deal?  

Are wormholes real or what? How did we even start thinking of them? If we could build one, would it be possible to actually, you know, use it? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman!

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Music by Jason Grady and Nick Bain. Thanks to WCBE Radio for hosting the recording session and Cathy Rinella for editing.

Hosted by Paul M. Sutter, who is a legit scientist (http://www.pmsutter.com)

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A lateral, alternative….cool even Christmas Song list for you  

Just what makes for a great Christmas song list ?

MBMBaM 332: TV Toilet Tourist  

It's our first episode as all dads, and it's kind of a club banger? Like, you can probably chalk that up to the sleepless delirium that two of the three of us are undergoing, but maybe it's just a manifestation of that good, good lifelong responsibility.

Suggested talking points: Dadvice, Young Lovers, Food Pic Stealer, Where Everybody Knows Your Name, Cool Weed Tricks, Touched By An Old Angel, While You Were Sleeping Fans, Courtesy Ginger Ale, Ducking Punches

Gatlinburg, #DumpKelloggs, 3 Things That Bug Us, Mark Wahlberg, CNN Interviews Trump Supporters  

Hello there Cool Kid! Well, well, well! What have we got here? Another episode for you? HOW CONVENIENT! I mean, it is actually pretty convenient if you came here to listen to an episode! First, we tell you a little about the Tennessee wildfires and how you can help. This week, Breitbart launched a boycott campaign against Kellogg's for pulling their ads. We talk about three things that bugs us: Texas's new miscarriage/abortion law, black Santa backlash and income inequality! CNN sat down with some Trump supporters and the whole thing was embarrassing. Embarrassing for whom? Well, depends on who you ask! All that, plus the Wi-Five of the Week! Enjoy and don't forget to share!

Astronomy Cast - Ep. 429: Living on Mars  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKRwPASJDw8

Streamed live on Nov 24, 2016.

When Elon Musk announced plans to send humans to Mars he conveniently left out one important aspect: How are we supposed to survive on a place this hostile to life? Seriously. Mars sucks! And it's going to take some impressive techniques and technologies to make it on the red planet.

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Episode 329: Lashes for Some...  

We had the honor of having Dan Arel on the show last week. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties we lost the recording. Thankfully Dan was super cool and understanding and agreed to come back on the show in January. Tom and Cecil cover some of the stories they recorded with Dan from his blog Danthropology.  http://www.patheos.com/blogs/danthropology/ Stories:  Homeschooling Christian Mother Can’t Handle Her Son Seeing a Male CoverGirl Model on TV The men who claim to be Africa's 'miracle workers' Planned Parenthood has received more than 50,000 donations in Mike Pence’s name Televangelist Jim Bakker: God Will Punish Counties That Voted for Hillary Clinton With Earthquakes Saudi court sentences poet to death for renouncing Islam No, Hillary Clinton did not try and ban flag burning in 2005 Minority President-Elect Trump claims ‘millions of people’ voted illegally Civic Online Reasoning A Scientific Approach To Distinguishing Real From Fake News Check out info on our live show with GAM in Chicago: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/god-awful-movies-live-with-cognitive-dissonance-tickets-29713113723?aff=efbneb

Top 5 gadget gifts under $100 (2016 edition)  

You can find some really cool tech for your loved ones (or yourself) without cleaning out your bank account.

504: Géraldine Lepère, Founder of Comme Une Française  

I'm busting out my French on today’s episode. This week I’m releasing two interviews with two extraordinary self-made female online entrepreneurs, both happen to be students of Ramit Sethi’s Zero To Launch course, which by the way, I’m working my way through as we speak and it’s phenomenal. Hopefully it’s going to get me to where I want to be in the next few months launching my course.

I had the opportunity to stop by Ramit’s epic Forefront Event earlier this fall. It’s an event where he invited some 500 of his disciples and fans from all over the world to join him in New York for a weekend of connecting, events, adventure. And by the way, I had Ramit on the podcast earlier back when I was first launching, in fact episode 85. Check out that interview; very cool. I’ve also had his sister Nagina on the show, his mom Neelam. It’s a very exceptional family.

My first one-on-one from the forefront event, you’re going to hear her today is Géraldine Lepère and she is the CEO of Comme une Francaise, an online program that teaches you all about the finer points of conversation, social graces and repartee in French. Now, why do I want her on the show? I’m a self-described Francophile, okay? And I selfishly wanted to meet her. First of all, I wanted her to rate my French, and I wanted to discover how through language, we can actually connect more authentically with French people. Because I’ve had the experience, right? Go to Paris, I’m checking into my hotel, it’s my honeymoon. I’m practicing how I’m going to greet the check in at the hotel all the way from the airport to the hotel. I’m such a nerd. I’m like, “Am I going to say salute? Am I going to say bonjour? Like what am I going to say? How do you say I want one bed instead of two beds?” and I’m going through all my high school French, or I should say college French. And I get there and I busted out my French and the woman just stares at me and responds in English.

Yeah, I’ve been there. I’ve been there people. So how do we sound French to the French? And Géraldine has some ways that we can do this. So if you are interested, keep listening. If you’re not interested in that, keep listening anyways because you’re going to hear how she built her success through trial and error and how she thinks about money per her French upbringing and the one item in her budget for which she spares no expense.
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Travelers in the Night Eps. 241 & 242: Could Be Twins & Spray Paint  

Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006.

Today's 2 topics:

- Comets P2016 BA14 PanSTARRS & 252P Linear may be child & parent!

- Asteroid Bennu's orbit has changed slightly due to solar light pressure, the Yarkovsky Force. It may be an way to alter hazardous asteroid orbits to protect Earth.

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Science talk : Movie releases of a chemical kind, exercise and coffee  

Dr Alice is back in the house for science chat and she’s got popcorn for Dr Karl! But wait, why? They are talking movies and the science behind knowing what’s going on in a film by measuring the chemicals released by the audience. Who knew there could be a link between ‘The Hunger Games’, the Amazon rainforest and being able to diagnose medical conditions? Find out what happened in the case of the ‘poisoned pants’ and what’s the best time to exercise to lose weight? They ask the big questions about coffee – good or bad – and, should you really have a hot cup of tea to cool you down?

Rocky Jordan - The Big Ditch (06-19-49)  


The Big Ditch (Aired June 19, 1949)
John Dunning in his "On The Air: The Encyclopedia of Old Time Radio" describes Jordan as "a rugged hero who each week was confronted by a crime, a mystery, a beautiful woman or a combination of the three. It was a detective show with a difference: the Oriental background was played to the hilt, giving it a sound like no other." The writers worked hard to give it authenticity - actual places and streets in Cairo were often and accurately mentioned. The music score also added to the exoticness of the series. Moyles, a veteran of radio, was much more believable in the role than Raft. The show was one of the best examples of the so-called "amateur detective" or "unlicenced private investigator" type that were a recurring theme for radio series. It was a common way of putting a different and fresh twist on the basic private detective theme, an extremely popular genre on the radio. THIS EPISODE: June 19, 1949. CBS Pacific network. "The Big Ditch". Sustaining. Rocky's old pal Matt Gallagher steals one hundred and fifty Egyptian pounds from Rocky at the Cafe Tambourine. When Matt's body turns up at the morgue, it's not Matt Gallagher at all. Then, a package arrives for Rocky with shares of stock in the Suez Canal! Jack Moyles, Larry Thor (announcer), Richard Aurandt (composer, conductor), Cliff Howell (producer, director), Larry Roman (writer), Gomer Cool (writer). 30:36. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


A peek at a weird, wonderful future -- but not the phone to get us there  

The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro makes a cool toy for developers seeking to unlock the potential of Google's Tango augmented reality software. Too bad the hardware can't keep up.

Observing With Webb - December Episode  

Mercury – VERY low – 10˚above the horizon at sunset for about the first two weeks of December.

Venus – Look SW after sunset, and Venus will be about 20˚ above the horizon, very bright, and will set by 8:00pm. If you have a telescope, check out how it changes from a gibbous phase to a larger half Venus.

Mars – Look SSW after sunset and bring a sky map of Capricornus.  Mars will be the ruddy red object moving away from the Capricornus triangle and into Aquarius.  Visible until about 9:00pm, when it sets in the SW.

Saturn – Not visible this month. :^(

Jupiter – Catch Jupiter in the eastern sky in the morning after 3:30am in the beginning of the month, and 2am by the end of the month.  Just look for the very bright object in that direction in the morning.  You should notice it easily and watch it get higher and higher each morning.

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CPH DEEP RADIOSHOW #46 – MIX BY JAMES MOOR AND HOST IAN BANG  

Leading you into the weekend and to our big IG60 RAUNCHY GETAWAY adventure – get your ticket HERE – we’ve got James Moor selecting some cool tunes for you, and our host Ian Bang presenting it all. Tracklist: Isolée – Dennis (Original 12″ mix) [Tamed Musiq] Stefan Mint – Leichtmatrose Morgenrot [Dantze] Baaz – UBI […]

CPH DEEP RADIOSHOW #46 – MIX BY JAMES MOOR AND HOST IAN BANG  

Leading you into the weekend and to our big IG60 RAUNCHY GETAWAY adventure – get your ticket HERE – we’ve got James Moor selecting some cool tunes for you, and our host Ian Bang presenting it all. Tracklist: Isolée – Dennis (Original 12″ mix) [Tamed Musiq] Stefan Mint – Leichtmatrose Morgenrot [Dantze] Baaz – UBI […]

Definitely Derringer - Ep. 50: Maybe The Cheapest Man to Ever Live  

We all know Ryan's a cheap man. A very cheap man, but today we learned just how cheap he can actually be, even when circumstances demand that he shouldn't be! We're still getting right into the Christmas spirit! We're in Day 2 of Derringer's 13 Days of Christmas and we're seeing some great donations being made to the CCAA! Make sure to check out the online auction for all kinds of cool stuff!

Definitely Derringer for Friday, Dec. 2nd, 2016

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UnWrapSnap With Brock Johnson  

Social Media, Teens, Teenagers, Secret Accounts, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe, Brock Johnson

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ABOUT TODAY’S SHOW:

In this episode Chalene speaks one on one with her teenager son Brock Johnson. Brock speaks frankly about how kids use social media. This is a must listen episode for all parents of teenage kids.

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The Chalene Show is brought to you by: www.unwrapsnap.com

Learn all secrets of Snapchat taught by a Teen, Brock Johnson Chalene’s son. He will teach parents all they need to know to uncover all the mystery behind the most popular social media app.

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Weekly Space Hangout - Nov 25: Dean Regas and His Facts  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf4cueArgJU

Streamed live Nov 25, 2016.
Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )
Special Guest: Dean Regas ( @DeanRegas /http://www.cincinnatiobservatory.org/deanregas/ ), has been the Astronomer for the Cincinnati Observatory since 2000. He is the co-host of Star Gazers (airing on PBS stations around the world), a Contributing Editor to Sky and Telescope Magazine, and a contributor to Astronomy Magazine. Dean is the author of the new book, "Facts from Space! From Super-Secret Spacecraft to Volcanoes in Outer Space, Extraterrestrial Facts to Blow Your Mind!"

https://www.amazon.com/Facts-Space-Super-Secret-Spacecraft-Extraterrestrial/dp/1440597014

Regular Guests:

Dr. Paul Matt Sutter ( http://www.pmsutter.com/ & @PaulMattSutter )

Yoav Landsman ( @MasaCritit )

This week's stories:

- The cause of the Schiaparelli crash.

- The EM drive. And what it ain't!

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