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Metro-North’s Penn Station Access And Its Projected Four New Bronx Stations Receives Environmental ReviewMTA announced the environmental review process for the Metro-North Penn Station Access Project is now fully complete. Four New stations will be built in the Southeastern section of the Bronx, serving Hunts Point, Parkchester/Van Nest, Morris Park, and Co-Op City. All the stations will be ADA Accessible. It will be named the Hell Gate line, which will be connected to the New Haven line. Also, sounding off about the transit employees entering the workforce, retirees returning to work, and the arrival of the new OMNY (One Metro New York) cards. Please listen and enjoy. https://anchor.fm/hubtalk456/episodes/Metro-Norths-Penn-Station-Access-And-Its-Projected-Four-New-Bronx-Stations-Receives-Environmental-Review-e18cfo6
Episode 7: Empathy gap - the pit between us and future us by Fit Til 30This week we talk about how trying to incorporate new habits often fails due to a lack of empathy towards our future self and what steps we can take to mitigate this problem. Discuss about the podcast and find out the latest news on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Fit_Til_30_Podcast/ Contact address for feedback and questions: email@example.com Be notified of future episodes by...
Episode 5: The hedonic treadmill or how our brain hijacks our happiness by Fit Til 30This week I talk about the psychological / philosophical concept of the hedonic treadmill and how it impacts so many facets of our lives, as well as some of the ways to work around it. Discuss about the podcast and find out the latest news on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Fit_Til_30_Podcast/ Contact address for feedback and questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Beauty of Foot Sweeps by The Shintaro Higashi ShowFoot sweeps are a thing of beauty, and there is a reason why they exist in many different martial arts, not just Judo. In this episode, Shintaro and Peter go in depth about foot sweeps: What are they? How do they work? Why are they so beautiful?
The Change & Future Of MTA Leadership; Discussion Of The Infrastructure Plan by HubTalk Chronicles Podcast • A podcast on AnchorThe leadership of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York had a huge shakeup this past week. Also, with Andrew Cuomo stepping down as Governor of New York, will his plan to split the Chairperson/CEO roles (normally held by one person) will be split into two by the state Senate? What will the MTA be like under incoming Governor Kathy Hochul? Lastly, the $1.2T infrastructure plan has been apporved by the U.S Senate and will make its way to the House of Representatives for a final vote. Part of that plan includes a whopping $3.5B in mass transit funding. Are you ecstatic about what the future holds for the MTA? Please listen and enjoy.
Are Sexual Deniers Actually Sexual Abusers? by The Dirty Rabbit Hole Podcast by Michael Forman • A podcast on AnchorMonogamy has its pitfalls. If your romantic partner doesn't want to play, both of you can't play. It's a conundrum for those stuck in sexless marriages. How do wet get ourselves out of this situation? Are our partners abusing us by withholding sex? Listen now.1
A Hint at What the government might know about UFOs and UFO experiencers. by The Paranormal UFO Consciousness Podcast • A podcast on AnchorBy June of this year the intelligence agencies are supposed to report back to the Senate as to what they know about UFOs. Some expect revelations. Some expect another whitewash. Here is a podcast that contains a leaked audio tape from 2017 that described a funded program being run for the government on UFO experiencers. The interviewer on the tape is former CIA weird desk director Kit Green. In the interview you will heard about intuitives, portals, and interactions with aliens. Whether this research is part of the Senate report waits to be seen. The transcript to the tape can be found at https://www.ufojoe.net/kit-green-psychic1?fbclid=IwAR3-WlWPdR5WDMV_3tSib13rV4MykX50w658UKt9e4xZZAZgfR4s6Nu91g4 https://linktr.ee/whitehouseufo
5: Heraclitus & The Pre-Platonic Philosophers by The Nietzsche Podcast • A podcast on AnchorToday, we’re going to delve for the first time into one of Nietzsche’s influences. Heraclitus is known for his sayings such as “Everything flows”, and “One cannot step into the same river twice.” Heraclitus lived during a time before philosophy was well-defined as a discipline, and before there were well-known philosophical schools in Greece. Nietzsche had his own fascinating theories about the philosophers who lived before Plato, and we cannot understand his inspiration from Heraclitus without understanding how he perceived the Pre-Platonics: as archetypal philosophers, who dared to uniquely define their own style of philosophical thought. This was the greatness of the figures Nietzsche called, somewhat controversially, the Pre-Platonics. They were the first Greek philosophers, at a time before philosophy, science and religion had split. Rather than seeing them as outdated or unimportant, Nietzsche sees a fascinating narrative about the rise of materialism and scientific thought, and in Heraclitus - perhaps the very model for Nietzsche’s own philosophical quest.
Wrestling by The Shintaro Higashi Show • A podcast on AnchorWrestling is arguably the most popular grappling sport in the United States, and it wields great influence over other grappling arts such as Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Judo. As an accomplished wrestler himself, Shintaro talks about wrestling with Peter: What are the different styles of wrestling? Is wrestling right for everyone? Is wrestling good for Judo and BJJ?
Bridging the Gap Between Judo and BJJ by The Shintaro Higashi Show • A podcast on AnchorJudo and BJJ share the same origin, and yet they have developed into quite distinct martial arts. Despite their differences, there are complementary aspects in both arts, and martial artists can greatly benefit by learning both. How can we bridge the gap between Judo and BJJ so that more martial artists see the complementary aspects of both arts? In this episode, Shintaro sits down with Brian Glick, a BJJ black belt who was one of the early students of John Danaher, to discuss how we can bridge the gap between Judo and BJJ.
Matburn Episode 41 by The Matburn Podcast • A podcast on AnchorPosted up in La Casa de Cornelius, the guys talk about YouTube Edu-tainment, opening academies to spread jiu-jitsu, Master's Problems: Keenan's broken back vs Josh's busted elbow, Mica Galvao’s weekend of soul crushing competition dominance, and the what would it be like to wear a Gi for an ADCC match?
Radically Human • A podcast on Anchor- - Critical perspectives on our techno-capitalist age. - - Frieda lives and works in Brooklyn, New York City. She is a tour guide in the ultra-orthodox Jewish neighborhoods of her roots. But her focus here is on the greater modern city, which is now morphing into a technological mega-machine. This podcast is an effort to understand these dystopian trends from radically human perspectives.
Catherine Wagner by Local Voices • A podcast on AnchorHear from Catherine Wagner, a conceptual multidisciplinary artist, whose process emphasizes investigation and deep appreciation for science. Learn more about Wagner’s practice, collaborations, and site-specific installations all across the Bay Area and the world.
Episode 6 - Video Game Addiction: An interview with Elaine Uskoski by The Gamer Parent's Strategy Guide • A podcast on AnchorUntil 2018, video game addiction was not even recognized as a real medical condition. Elaine Uskoski discovered it years before, the hard way, when her son Jake almost derailed his college education and his health with a dangerous addiction to online gaming. Her fight to get him to see his problem and begin recovery is a story that should chill any parent, whether you're a gamer or not. She has chronicled this in her book, "Cyber Sober: A Caregiver's Guide to Video Gaming Addiction". I had the chance to interview Elaine about video game addiction, the challenges of getting the addict to quit, how the video game industry views this, and much more. We all know gamers. This is an episode anybody and everybody should hear, because addiction can happen to anybody. If you know someone who might need coaching through video game addiction, you can find Elaine Uskoski's website here: https://eyespyhealth.ca/ Her book can be found on her website and on Amazon.
Guide to Shintaro's Videos by The Shintaro Higashi Show • A podcast on AnchorShintaro has produced a number of Judo videos over the years, and it may be challenging for people to navigate through them. In this episode, Shintaro gives a short guide to his videos from the technique-specific YouTube videos to the curriculum-based instructional videos.
4. Voluntary Female Sterilization at 26: I Don't Want Kids by Modern Anarchy • A podcast on AnchorOn today's episode, we are bringing out a woman's personal story about voluntary sterlization as a form of permenant birth control out into the open with all the nitty-gritty details. Rae vulnerably discloses her experience obtaining the procedure and decision making process proudly and without shame. Together we talk about what a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy surgey is, how she found the information to obtain the procedure, and what the recovery process actually looked like for her. If you enjoyed today's podcast, then please subscribe, leave a review, or share this podcast with a friend! This helps us grow in the charts and reach other listeners. Or, support me by buying a coffee to fuel the making of this podcast. Supporting my work would mean the world to me. It is just me running all aspects of this show and your support allows me to keep the lights on and have the coffee energy to do this. I can't express to you how much this community means to me and to find others on this collective journey. (Buy Me a Coffee) Modern Anarchy Community: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/modernanarchypodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ModernAnarchyPodcast Resources to Learn More: Unwanted Sterlization and Eugenics - https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/blog/unwanted-sterilization-and-eugenics-programs-in-the-united-states/ The Dark History of Forced Sterilization - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhPAs8bOeBg 1999 Research Article on Regret - https://www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(00)01558-2/fulltext ACOG Committee Opinion - https://www.acog.org/clinical/clinical-guidance/committee-opinion/articles/2017/04/sterilization-of-women-ethical-issues-and-considerations?utm_source=redirect&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=int Danielle Jones, MD - Board certified ObGyn - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxdKfZUhf2g Reddit Community - https://www.reddit.com/r/truechildfree/ and https://www.reddit.com/r/childfree/ Intro Song: Wild Wild Woman, Your Smith
New Atheism and the Alt-Right by On The Very Idea - A Philosophy PodcastIn this one-off episode, I take a look at whether the Alt-right are the unintended offspring of the New Atheism movement that emerged online in the early days of Web 2.0. I argue that Web 2.0 created a unique environment where both atheists and the religious felt both emboldened and victimized leading to some very uncivil discourse. In the course of this battle, prominent New Atheists like Richard Dawkins celebrated a style of ‘naive empiricism’ where anything theoretical was seen as suspicious due to its status as theory and only facts were credible. Though Dawkins knew better than to call evolution a fact, he did so for political purposes and this led to a group of mainly young men overvaluing empirical factual content with a lack of understanding how theoretical understandings of phenomena balance, check and support that empirical content. Hence, ‘naive empiricism’.