Into the Fray Episode 128: Shooting Glasses for Older Eyes
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As we age we have trouble seeing things close up. These top bi-focal glasses from SSP eyewear help to solve that problem while you are shooting. They are not perfect, but they offer a chance to improve your shooting. If you are having trouble focusing on the front sight, you might want to try the “top bifocals” from SSP Eyewear. By putting the magnifier on the top of the lens, these glasses allow shooters who can’t quite focus on the front sight to get a crisp, clear image.
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FRATELLI TUTTI - Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis (Audio with Caption)
Fratelli tutti (English: All brothers) is the third encyclical of Pope Francis. The encyclical has the subtitle of on fraternity and social friendship. In the encyclical, the Pope states that the COVID-19 pandemic has proven the failure of the world to work together during the crisis. The encyclical calls for more human fraternity and solidarity and is a plea to reject wars.
The document was signed on 3 October 2020, on the occasion of Pope Francis's visit to the tomb of his namesake, Saint Francis of Assisi, and was published the following day, the saint's feast day.
CHAPTER ONE: DARK CLOUDS OVER A CLOSED WORLD 0:05:42
CHAPTER TWO: A STRANGER ON THE ROAD 0:36:35
CHAPTER THREE: ENVISAGING AND ENGENDERING AN OPEN WORLD 0:57:43
CHAPTER FOUR: A HEART OPEN TO THE WHOLE WORLD 1:23:10
CHAPTER FIVE: A BETTER KIND OF POLITICS 1:40:17
CHAPTER SIX: DIALOGUE AND FRIENDSHIP IN SOCIETY 2:11:41
CHAPTER SEVEN: PATHS OF RENEWED ENCOUNTER 2:29:50
CHAPTER EIGHT: RELIGIONS AT THE SERVICE OF FRATERNITY IN OUR WORLD 3:01:02
Race to the Tower | Critical Role: VOX MACHINA | Episode 102
All hell breaks loose as Vox Machina race to stop the return of Vecna! Thanks to our friends at Wyrmwood Gaming for sponsoring Critical Role! Check out their handcrafted goods at
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When Crime Pays: Money and Muscle in Indian Politics
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About the book: In India, the world’s largest democracy, the symbiotic relationship between crime and politics raises complex questions. For instance, how can free and fair democratic processes exist alongside rampant criminality? Why do political parties recruit candidates with reputations for wrongdoing? Why are one-third of state and national legislators elected—and often re-elected—in spite of criminal charges pending against them? In this eye-opening study, political scientist Milan Vaishnav mines a rich array of sources, including fieldwork on political campaigns and interviews with candidates, party workers, and voters, large surveys, and an original database on politicians’ backgrounds to offer the first comprehensive study of an issue that has implications for the study of democracy both within and beyond India’s borders. Order a copy.
Milan Vaishnav is a senior fellow in the South Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C. His primary research focus is the political economy of India. He has have previously worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Center for Global Development. Vaishnav has also taught at Columbia, Georgetown, and George Washington Universities. He received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University. You can follow him on Twitter @MilanV.
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Rue Britannia? | The GoodFellows: Conversations From The Hoover Institution
Recorded April 7, 2020 11AM PT
In this episode of GoodFellows, a Hoover Institution weekly broadcast examining the ramifications of the global COVID-19 pandemic, senior fellows John Cochrane, Niall Ferguson, and H. R. McMaster exchange their thoughts on why governments fail to anticipate crises, British and European leadership in flux, and the right approach for re-engaging with China.
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GoodFellows, a weekly Hoover Institution broadcast, features senior fellows John Cochrane, Niall Ferguson, and H.R. McMaster discussing the social, economic, and geostrategic ramifications of this changed world. They can’t banter over lunch these days, but they continue their spirited conversation online about what comes next, as we look forward to an end to the crisis. Moderated by Hoover fellow, Bill Whalen.
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Inner Healing and Deliverance (Part 2) | Special Interactive Stream | Wednesday 25 March
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NEW SERIES: Inner Healing & Deliverance (Part 2)
Time doesn't heal emotional wounds and pains, but instead it buries the awareness of the pain. The pain still remains and reminds us. Learn how to be free from inner pain and trauma. Be free from what's holding you back and step into what God has for you!
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Inside Emblem Glyphs: Tracking Royal Identies at Calakmul & Dzibanche
Recalling the Ancestors: Maya Traditions across Time
For ancient and contemporary Maya alike, ancestors are ever-present and fundamental to the sense of identity, heritage, power and place. Join the Penn Museum as we celebrate Maya ancestors and the cultural traditions through which communities engage them. Guests are treated to a full day of special Maya-related programming, with lectures from speakers including Dr. Charles Golden, Brandeis University, and Dr. Payson Sheets, University of Colorado Boulder; a Maya hieroglyph workshop from Simon Martin, Associate Curator, American Section.
Jocko Podcast 95 w/ Jim Kunkle and Capt. Charlie Plumb
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0:00:00 - Opening
0:05:09 - Jim Kunkle. WWII Army Air Forces Fighter Pilot.
0:50:19 - Capt. Charlie Plumb.
0:59:03 - Jim Kunkle gets shot down.
1:10:52 - Jim's recovery and aftermath.
1:37:51 - Jim and Charlie Link up.
1:46:05 - Additional Thoughts. Leadership, adversity, and victory.
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3:03:34 - Closing Gratitude.
MH370: Was Air Traffic Control deliberately misled?
RAeS Brussels Branch lecture held at Eurocontrol on the topic of the MH370 Flight and whether ATC was deliberately misled.
Engineers from CAPTIO will illustrate a plausible trajectory of flight MH370 that might have taken advantage of the shortcomings in civil and military air traffic control – and the antiquated air/ground communication systems in particular. People in command of the flight – the pilots? hijackers? – would have been able to fly practically undetected. One thing is known from the Inmarsat communication watchdog data: the flight ended in the Indian Ocean. The three CAPTIO members will present the latest results from their analyses, following on the presentation they made to the RAeS Paris Branch on 9 October 2018.
Norwegian Sun Departs Seattle after Drydock NCL Bliss off to Southampton
Norwegian Sun Departs Seattle after Drydock NCL Bliss off to Southampton The Norwegian Bliss is off to Southampton then to New York for her christening. From there she will travel to Settle to begin her first summer season cruising to Alaska. In the meantime the Norwegian Sun has left drydock in Victoria BC and is now sailing on a repositioning cruise to Port Canaveral. No issues have been reported on the Norwegian Sun with regard to any lingering construction.
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Into the Fray Episode 306: Stop the threat!
In this video you see a knife-weilding attacker charging at a police officer and getting shot six times for his efforts. The attacker went down, only to get back up and charge the officer again. This time, the officer, for whatever reason, chose not to shoot and the attacker was able to get on top of the cop and apply a rear naked choke and put the knife to the cop's neck. What we didn't show was the other officer taking a hostage shot to stop the threat and end the danger. The truth of the matter is the no handgun round has the power to give you that lightning-bolt effect you see in Hollywood movies. Remember, you may use deadly force to stop an imminent deadly threat. If you use force and the threat stops you must stop using force, but if the threat returns you may once again use force to stop the threat. You don't know what damage your rounds will do to an attacker. Keep shooting until the threat stops. Then move to a position of tactical advantage and, if the threat returns, shoot again until it stops. You can see from this video what that is important.
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Episode 121: How Well Does the Constitution Protect Liberty? (with Sheldon Richman)
Sheldon Richman joins us for a discussion on the origins of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Why are these documents venerated by many libertarians?
Is the Constitution a document that originally meant to limit government? Did the Articles of Confederation do a better job? Sheldon Richman joins us this week to talk about the origins of the American government.
Is it possible to write a constitution that’ll keep government in check forever?
Show Notes and Further Reading
Richman’s original blog posts on the subject, “The Constitution Revisited” and “The Bill of Rights Revisited.”
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel’s work is referenced often in this episode. Here’s an article he wrote with William Marina in the April 1987 issue of Reason entitled “Did the Constitution Betray the Revolution?”
Gordon Wood’s book on the American Revolution, The Radicalism of the American Revolution, is also mentioned, as is Merrill Jensen’s book The Articles of Confederation: An Interpretation of the Social-Constitutional History of the American Revolution, 1774-1781.
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Safari Live - Day 186 | National Geographic
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hardwear.io 2018: Bitfi - You Wouldn't Steal My Cloins by Andrew Tierney (@cybergibbons)
You may have heard of Bitfi. The one-and-only truly unhackable hardware wallet, backed by the one-and-only inventor of cybersecurity, John McAfee. They were so confident that no-one could hack it that they set up a $100,000 bounty, which quickly rose to $250,000, and finally $20,000,000.
Unhackable is a very bold claim, and one we quickly found didn't stand up to scrutiny. It turned out to be based on an Android phone, running a couple of custom APKs. It was rooted in under a day, backdoored a few days later, and finally, a cold-boot attack was developed.
Andrew Tierney (@cybergibbons) talked about some of the social media circus, some of the ethics, and explained how the attacks actually worked for Bitfi at hardwear.io - Hardware Security Conference & Training, The Hague, Netherlands 2018.
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Virtual Insights: New Approaches to American Art
What does it mean to be defined as “American” within museums today? Artworks in the museum’s current exhibition American Perspectives speak to America’s complex social, political, and artistic histories and the issues that have shaped art and society in the United States past and present. Join curators Sylvia Yount, Layla Bermeo, and Kimberli Gant as they reflect on the changing landscape of American art and how they are actively re-envisioning more expansive and inclusive narratives within each of their respective institutions. A Q&A session follows moderated by Emelie Gevalt, Curator of Folk Art.
Layla Bermeo is the Kristin and Roger Servinson Associate Curator of Paintings, Art of the Americas, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Before joining the MFA in 2016, she co-curated the Black History/Art History Performance Art Series at Harvard University, held curatorial fellowships at the Williams College Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and served as a guest curator at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. At the MFA, Layla has co-organized Collecting Stories: Native American Art (2018-19), curated Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular (2019), and mentored a team of youth curators who developed the current exhibition, Black Histories, Black Futures. She holds a BA from Northwestern University and graduate degrees from the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art and Harvard University. Last year, WBUR, a National Public Radio News Station, named Layla as one of the 25 millennials of color impacting art and culture in Boston.
Kimberli Gant is the McKinnon Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA. She was previously the Mellon Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Arts of Global Africa at the Newark Museum, in Newark, NJ, and has held curatorial positions at UT’s Warfield Center for African & African Diaspora Studies, The Contemporary Austin, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA) in Brooklyn, New York. Her many exhibitions include Wondrous Worlds: Art & Islam Through Time & Place (2016), De-Luxe (2012), There is No Looking Glass Here: Wide Sargasso Sea Re-Imagined (2010), and Johannesburg to New York (2008). Her scholarly work has been published widely in journals, exhibition catalogues, and academic books including Anywhere But Here: Black Intellectuals in the Atlantic World and Beyond (2015). Kimberli received her PhD in Art History from the University of Texas Austin, and holds both an MA and BA in Art History from Columbia University and Pitzer College.
Sylvia Yount is the Lawrence A. Fleischman Curator in Charge of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she is responsible for the administrative and curatorial oversight of the department of historical African American, Euro American, Latin American, and Native American art, from the colonial period to the early-twentieth century. Before moving to the Met, she held curatorial leadership positions at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, in Richmond, and the High Museum of Art, in Atlanta. She began her curatorial career at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, in Philadelphia. In addition to completing pivotal collection reinstallations at her former institutions, Yount has organized major exhibitions on Cecilia Beaux, Maxfield Parrish, and American modernism, among other topics focused on women and artists of color in regional and national contexts. She is currently co-curating exhibitions of historical Native arts, Winslow Homer, and the late nineteenth-century New York art world. Yount lectures and publishes widely on late nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art and culture as well as on issues of curatorial responsibility and museum practice.
Support for 2020 remote public programs is provided by Art Bridges and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Episode 15. Moby-Dick Marathon: The Story Hour Series.
Relive one of New Bedford Whaling Museum’s most beloved events with a twist! The annual Moby-Dick Marathon takes place each winter and runs for 25 consecutive hours. In this re-imagined version of the Moby-Dick Marathon, you can take it easy, find a cozy reading corner, and listen or follow along from the comfort of your home.
Cobotic Responses – Drones to the rescue: IET India Digital Conversations
Cobotics is an emerging technology where robots and human beings work together to do tasks in synchronisation. As smart assistants, cobots can perform repetitive tasks with consistency, accuracy and speed, thus helping humans to perform a task. Drones are playing a key role by helping authorities prevent further spread of the global health pandemic. From surveillance and broadcast to spraying disinfectant and checking temperatures, drones have played a major role in curbing the spread of the pandemic.
In this digital conversation, our expert panel of #drones and #UAV addressed questions like: Is our drone policy in tune with cobotic response? How to leverage a situation like this to make India a global home for drone technology? How effective are drones in crisis management and many more.
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