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This is the home of Eric M. Larson's podcasts, from Ericast.com! Here you'll find a mix of philosophy and technology (perhaps "philosophizing about technology"?) with a little talk of religion, current events, and daily living thrown in. Add the occasional RIAA-free song to give you a break from the monotony, and you've got the Ericast. If (when!) you listen, be sure to e-mail or call and share your thoughts!
 
Amash Files is a podcast looking to: 1. Expose people to the real Justin Amash. 2. Help people keep up to date with what's going on in the campaign. 3. Provide insights into the campaign strategy. 4. Look at analysis of the campaign from experts. 5. Be a place for people to send their friends, family, and coworkers to learn more about Justin Amash and the Libertarian Party.
 
From politics to the personal, we're about solutions. Our weekly podcast features two friends and longtime journalists. Join Richard Davies (ABC News) and Jim Meigs (Popular Mechanics) as they challenge authors, experts and provocateurs in a search for positive, practical ideas. Guests include Alan Dershowitz, a noted legal scholar and defender of civil liberties; Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" and Lenore Skenazy, founder of "Free Range Kids." Topics include politics, parenting, personal finance, ...
 
Contrabass Conversations features interviews and performances from top leaders in the world of the bass. Podcast host Jason Heath dives deep into what makes these world-class artists tick. With over 2 million downloads, Contrabass Conversations is the most popular podcast for double bassists. Join the community and experience life on the low end of the spectrum!
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
The Age of Aquarius. The Dawn of a New Era. The “Shift”…. Whatever you want to call it, we are living in a time full of both promise and challenge. Join author, Eric Rankin and Community Connector, Michelle Anderson as they delve into any number of topics: From spirituality to energy medicine to dolphin intelligence to ancient aliens, no subject is too far outside of the box to discuss. In 2010, Eric’s bestselling novel “The Aquarians” became Amazon’s 2nd highest rated science fiction title, ...
 
ScienceFM tackles the world unknown, unclear, and unusual. With a blend of wit and enquiry, plucky hosts Elena Bruess and Cara Larson build bridges between the science community and the rest of us. Every episode they’re joined by an expert - some more qualified than others - to explore and examine a new scientific subject. From dinosaurs to hurricanes, this podcast will take you through a wormhole that leaves you entertained and maybe even a little bit smarter on the other side.
 
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Entrepreneurs are funny creatures. Some seem to be born to innovate and create businesses. Others, like today's guest, create new businesses out of necessity because they can't find a system that works for them. Dr. Rick Rosenfield is an OB/GYN who enjoys gynecology surgery and having the ability to work the way he wants focused on patient outcomes…
 
Mitch Moehring is the owner and operator of Mitch Moehring Strings, a locally owned and operated lutherie shop based in Kilgore, Texas. Mitch Moehring Strings specializes in hand-crafted 5/8 basses with grandiose sound. Mitch Moehring Strings offers a variety of services including string instrument repair, bow rehairs, rentals, and instrument/bow/s…
 
Tobias Glöckler is associate principal double bass player at the Dresdner Philharmonie and a prizewinner of the International ISB Double Bass Competition (USA). He studied with Konrad Siebach at the Music Conservatory in Leipzig, perfecting his skills with Jeff Bradetich (Chicago) and Ulrich Lau (Stuttgart). While studying, he was principal double …
 
Tobias Glöckler is the associate principal double bass player at the Dresdner Philharmonie and a prizewinner of the International ISB Double Bass Competition (USA). He studied with Konrad Siebach at the Music Conservatory in Leipzig, perfecting his skills with Jeff Bradetich (Chicago) and Ulrich Lau (Stuttgart). While studying, he was the principal…
 
Even before the alarming and violent January 6 assault on the Capitol, American politics was in danger of spinning out of control— bumping up against the guardrails of our democratic institutions. On social media and in the civic square, many have separated into two camps that seem to hate the other side. We have become estranged from family and fr…
 
One thing you can be certain of with COVID-19 is that there is no shortage of controversy. Whether it is lockdowns, treatment, vaccines, or testing there have been volumes written about what should or should not happen. So today, we're going to learn about the most common test in the middle of the controversy - the PCR. What is PCR? "PCR (polymeras…
 
In this episode, Michelle and Eric discuss the road ahead and ways to build the future we all want to live in. We are just taking our first steps into a new reality, and we are the ones who will define what it will look and feel like: so let's let love be our school and love be our lesson! At 40 minutes in, we share a beautiful 10-minute love medit…
 
James Barket is Orchestra Director at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, GA. He also teaches bass at Kennesaw State University, and he did the English translation for Alfred Planyavsky’s groundbreaking book The Baroque Double Bass Violone. We start out by talking about the Midsummers Music Festival and Allyson Fleck, the Assistant Artistic Di…
 
James Barket is Orchestra Director at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, GA. He also teaches bass at Kennesaw State University, and he did the English translation for Alfred Planyavsky’s groundbreaking book The Baroque Double Bass Violone. We start out by talking about the Midsummers Music Festival and Allyson Fleck, the Assistant Artistic Di…
 
Filmmaker & photographer Gus Cantavero joined me this week for a discussion about his path to entrepreneurship. We chat about a couple of his film projects including his documentary, A Drop of Water, & his most recent YouTube series with Scott Horton about the history of the war on terrorism. Gus also makes some recommendations for those who are in…
 
Katie Eakes is the assistant principal bassist for the Anchorage Symphony and Anchorage Opera. She also has a thriving career as an orchestra teacher, and she was recently profiled on the Anchorage Opera’s YouTube Channel. We talk about what it’s like being a bassist in Alaska, the challenges and satisfactions of her professional life, and much mor…
 
Katie Eakes is the assistant principal bassist for the Anchorage Symphony and Anchorage Opera. She also has a thriving career as an orchestra teacher, and she was recently profiled on the Anchorage Opera’s YouTube Channel. We talk about what it’s like being a bassist in Alaska, the challenges and satisfactions of her professional life, and much mor…
 
More than 10% of the U.S. population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, but injection rates are lower in black and brown communities, and many people express doubts about the shots made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. Vaccine hesitancy presents a barrier in the fight against coronavirus. A recent poll by Pew Research Center fou…
 
A true pioneer in the realm of frequency and vibration, Jonathan Goldman has been waking people up to the healing power of sound for over 30 years. Join us as we discuss Sound Healing Day observed on on February 14th, as well as breakthroughs being made in the realm of frequency medicine. In the last 15 minutes of the show, Eric leads us into a sho…
 
David Krehbiel is former principal horn player for the Chicago, Detroit, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras and has recently released an autobiography titled Through the Door: A Horn Player’s Journey. He has also served on the faculty of the Colburn School, San Francisco Conservatory, and many other renowned music schools. We talk about his rema…
 
Dr. Diana Bitner describes herself as a survivor. As an OB/GYN, she had what one would describe as a typical practice. She was employed in a large multi-specialty physician group that later got acquired by a large health system. But within this traditional insurance based practice, Dr. Bitner looked to deliver care to her OB/GYN patients in a diffe…
 
David Krehbiel is former principal horn player for the Chicago, Detroit, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras and has recently released an autobiography titled Through the Door: A Horn Player’s Journey. He has also served on the faculty of the Colburn School, San Francisco Conservatory, and many other renowned music schools. We talk about his rema…
 
Podcast host & entrepreneur John Odermatt started a path to better health a few years ago. During his quest to improve his well being he began researching how gut health can affect the whole body. I invited John on to share some of the knowledge he's gathered over the past few years with me. Full show notes www.justaddliberty.com/15…
 
Korneel Le Compte is principal bassist for the Belgian National Opera and has extensive experience in the early music world. We talk about his epic Viennese Violone book Meta Hodos, his remarkable YouTube Channel, his very cool series The Vanhal Tapes, the lives of these past legends of the double bass, and much more. Enjoy, and be sure to subscrib…
 
Korneel Le Compte is the principal bassist for the Belgian National Opera and has extensive experience in the early music world. We talk about his epic Viennese Violone book Meta Hodos, his remarkable YouTube Channel, his very cool series The Vanhal Tapes, the lives of these past legends of the double bass, and much more. Enjoy, and be sure to subs…
 
After the recent storming of the US Capitol and the loss of both the White House and U.S. Senate, it's tempting to believe that civil war will break out among Republicans— a party deeply split between traditional conservatives and Trump-supporting populists. We decided to find out what two young Republicans say about the future of their party, and …
 
"Your Passion is Your Guide" with musical guest Freedom Tribe and Adrian Vallera of DisclosureFest Foundation — When we become passionate about something, we often begin to dream of how we can turn that passion into a career. However, it's easy to lose focus and become more concerned about the business than the inspiration itself. In this show we t…
 
Danny Ziemann recently launched his latest book Topics in Jazz Bass Vol. 2: Soloing, and the two of us decided to try something a little different. We hopped on Zoom with our basses and did a quasi interview/bass lesson on how to work on jazz bass soloing. I hope you enjoy this different format, and be sure to check out Danny’s new book on Amazon a…
 
Danny Ziemann recently launched his latest book Topics in Jazz Bass Vol. 2: Soloing, and the two of us decided to try something a little different. We hopped on Zoom with our basses and did a quasi interview/bass lesson on how to work on jazz bass soloing. I hope you enjoy this different format, and be sure to check out Danny’s new book on Amazon a…
 
In his excellent book, From Killer to Common Cold: Herd Protection and the Transitional Phase of COVID-19, Dr. David Graham lays out the upcoming evolution from pandemic to endemic for SARS-CoV-2 virus. Although published months ago, the book has proven to be right on with how the virus is progressing and we now find ourselves in the transitional p…
 
PG rated for a few four letter words Prepper & podcaster extraordinaire Jack Spirko joins me today to share some down-to-earth tips for increasing your self resiliency & self sufficiency which can greatly add to your individual liberty. We also discuss some of the causes of the brittleness in the US supply chain. Discover a couple of looming shorta…
 
Krista Kopper is a theater bassist and host of The Backstage Creative podcast. She recently celebrated two years of podcasting and put out a thoughtful episode about the challenges and rewards of a long-term project like her podcast. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Backstage Creative wherever you listen to podcasts! Subscribe to the podcast to …
 
Krista Kopper is a theater bassist and host of The Backstage Creative podcast. She recently celebrated two years of podcasting and put out a thoughtful episode about the challenges and rewards of a long-term project like her podcast. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Backstage Creative wherever you listen to podcasts! Subscribe to the podcast to …
 
Even before coronavirus led to social distancing, widespread working from home, and lockdown restrictions, loneliness was becoming a defining condition of the twenty-first century. Today, this pandemic of pain and isolation is far worse. One of many recent polls found that more than three in five Americans say they are lonely, with more and more pe…
 
Pain. We all experience it. It is as much a part of life as breathing itself. But what is pain? Is it physical? Is it mental? Is it emotional? Is it mechanical? Also, how does pain become chronic? One of the few things experts on pain can agree on is that our ability to treat pain - especially chronic - is not very good. What is Pain? My guest toda…
 
Barry Green is one of the most prolific and creative artists I’ve even spent time with. He has appeared on the podcast multiple times over the years, and he and I co-organized the International Online Bass Summit during the spring and summer of 2020. In today’s episode, we catch up on all sorts of projects that Barry has been working on, including …
 
Barry Green is one of the most prolific and creative artists I’ve even spent time with. He has appeared on the podcast multiple times over the years, and he and I co-organized the International Online Bass Summit during the spring and summer of 2020. In today’s episode, we catch up on all sorts of projects that Barry has been working on, including …
 
The 14th annual FULL SCHOLARSHIP Wabass Institute as part of Honeywell Arts Academy auditions are open now through Feb 15. Wabass is taking place in Wabash, Indiana June 24-29. In this episode, we sit down with faculty members Eric Larson, Hal Robinson, and Ranaan Meyer to learn about this uniquely inspiring program and what it’s all about. Details…
 
The 14th annual Wabass Institute will be taking place in Wabash, Indiana June 24-29. In this episode, we sit down with faculty members Eric Larson, Hal Robinson, and Ranaan Meyer to learn about this uniquely inspiring program and what it’s all about. Details on how to apply are listed here, and be sure to follow Wabash and other programs of the Hon…
 
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