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Best Natural Law podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Natural Law podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The NewSpace India podcast brings you insights by providing glimpses of the past, addresses the present challenges and installs a vision for the future from experts who have been involved in India's space activities. Stay connected to the space community by joining the Telegram group using the link below https://t.me/spaceindia
 
Einstein wrote this book for people who are interested in understanding the Theory of Relativity but aren't experts in scientific and mathematical principles. I'm sure many people have heard about Einstein's Theory of Relativity, but most of them don't really know what it is all about. This book gives them a chance to know more about this very famous theory without the need to take a Physics course first. This book is divided into three parts. The first part explains what special relativity ...
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
The Copy This Podcast is hosted by Kirby Ferguson and presented by the Re:Create Coalition, which represents a cross-section of creators, advocates and consumers seeking to promote balanced copyright laws that foster innovation, creativity and economic growth. This monthly podcast series will feature some of the leading authors, policy minds, legal experts, and members of the creative community to take on the important questions and topics driving the copyright debate today.
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org. A proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
Commissioner Brian Johnston examines, along with various guests and experts, how the dismissal of the legal right to life has impacted the nature of the law, the practice of medicine, ethics, the arts, and personal relationships. With constant reminders of how a culture of life invigorates and ennobles the human experience, Johnston and his guests give positive answers and access to numerous available resources.
 
Consciousness to Music to Conservation - aiming at truth, rather than victory; embracing the liminal space; a wide-ranging conversational style podcast in Hawai'i produced by host and musician Abe Vandenberg Conversations about: Ayahuasca, EMR, Human Origins, Immigration Law, Mysticism, Ancient Egypt, Consciousness, Cave Art, and [original music: saxophone electric ukulele guitar groove grunge]
 
Scott Gilbert from the Think Blissful Law of Attraction Blog reveals tips, techniques, and methods for applying the law of attraction in an easy and simple way. Discover how you can mold your own life so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living the life of your dreams at home with family. Scott shares ways you can change your life starting today. The law of attraction is always on, working for you 24/7. Once you learn to att ...
 
BeProvided Conservation Radio takes you from the Santa Cruz Mountains to Africa with expert interviews in wildlife biology, conservation, environmental education, eco tourism and much much more. Our interviews help bridge the gap between international conservation efforts and local conservation efforts. Learn how you can help close to home and worldwide to save our wildlife, plants, water and environment.
 
Join David Willms, Mike McGrady, Nephi Cole, and entertaining guests each week as they use humor, storytelling, and more than 40 years of collective experience in law, science, and policy to explain important decisions affecting your outdoor experience. As the guys frequently say, "There are millions of acres of opportunity out there. They belong to you. Every day, decisions are being made that affect your land, your water, and your wildlife. You should know about them. This is Your Mountain ...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
This is a podcast about applying the art of homeopathic detox & lifestyle medicine to your daily life to regain or improve your health. Learn how to put your health in your own hands by using nature’s powerful medicines that allows healing according to Nature's Law. Vidal speaks about using natural remedies such as homeopathy, herbs or other natural healing modalities, along with a plant-based vegan, mostly raw, mostly fruit diet in order to detox & regenerate to find total wellness. Many li ...
 
Considered to be one of the books that changed the world and how we view ourselves, On The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin was met with incredulous horror when it was first published in 1859. The revolutionary, almost blasphemous ideas it described were seen as antithetical to the existing ideas of Creation contained in the Bible and other religious texts. It was mocked, reviled and the author was personally subjected to vicious persecution by the establishment and theologians. In the ye ...
 
A lifestyle podcast for the eco-conscious. Each week, Laura Diez, M.S., is diving into sustainability + practical climate science. This podcast explores fashion, economics, food, conscious consumerism… just about everything in our lives is tied to the environment.
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
Welcome to The Psychology Podcast with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman, where we give you insights into the mind, brain, behavior and creativity. Each episode we’ll feature a guest who will stimulate your mind, and give you a greater understanding of your self, others, and the world we live in. Hopefully, we’ll also provide a glimpse into human possibility! Thanks for listening and enjoy the podcast.
 
Lori & Julia are best friends turned sisters-in-law, who despite being as Minnesotan as Paul Bunyan, speak fluent Hollywood. They live and breathe all things celebrity and entertainment, and are known for their annual Screen Actors Guild Awards coverage, author interviews (see Lori & Julia’s Book Club), and unabashed sex talk. On the air together for over 15 years, these “drivetime divas” can be heard on the radio weekdays 3-7 pm CST on myTalk 107.1 FM in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
 
Subscribe now to enjoy new editions released every week. Enjoy in-depth interviews with true crime authors, psychologists, former law enforcement and witnesses to uncover the murderous details that drives the terror into our souls. You'll most certainly hear things that will shock you to your core! Listener discretion is advised. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts for the best listening experience. Leave a 5-star rating and review to get a shoutout! Get access to exclusive "Darkest Editions" and ou ...
 
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In this episode, Lee J. Strang, John W. Stoepler Professor of Law & Values at the University of Toledo College of Law, discusses his book "Originalism's Promise: A Natural Law Account of the American Constitution," which is published by Cambridge University Press. Strang begins by explaining what he means by "originalism," and why he thinks the dif…
 
Life Matters is your program on the right to life, on the culture that has emanated from that singular and foundational premise: the idea that your life is actually a gift given by your creator and not given by the government. And yet the government does have a specific role in your life. It has a responsibility, and that responsibility is to ensur…
 
The North Korean leader’s recent disappearance for three weeks led to intense speculation about his health. What would happen if Mr Kim's regime collapsed? Peter Singer, an author and political scientist, explains how his novel, set in the near future, is helping policymakers respond to artificial intelligence. And how feasible is wireless charging…
 
Each of us is different, in some way or another, from every other person. But some are more different than others — and the rest of the world never stops letting them know. Societies set up “norms” that define what constitute acceptable standards of behavior, appearance, and even belief. But there will always be those who find themselves, intention…
 
Emissions have plummeted as the pandemic slowed the world. It could be a mere blip—but it is an unprecedented opportunity for a greener, more sustainable economy. Serving in America’s armed forces is a long-established path to citizenship, but that path is narrowing. And we ask how sport will emerge from the pandemic, even if the stands stay empty.…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the chance to flatten the climate curve, when, why and how to lift coronavirus lockdowns (9:25) and the arrest of Africa’s most wanted man (17:25). Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economis…
 
This podcast has been recorded since January 2019 and for some weird reason and procrastination on my path, it didn’t get published. The pressure to get married is on the rise and it’s no news. Misplaced priorities with the wedding instead of the marriage. My guest Queen Edward (IG: @lifeof_queen) joins me to talk about this. She gives insight on t…
 
Commissioner Johnston has previously laid out the foundation for a just society as emanating from the principles of natural law. The value of individual human lives is recognized in natural law as the predicate for a just society and just laws. As America’s Founders said, “To ensure these rights, governments are instituted among men.” In this episo…
 
In this special live episode we learn about space and space exploration with Jim Green, NASA's Chief Scientist. You can listen to But Why live at vpr.org and call-in every Friday at 1 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time through June 19, 2020. This program is part of a collaboration with the Vermont Agency of Education to bring interactive educational opport…
 
Kate Darling is a researcher at MIT, interested in social robotics, robot ethics, and generally how technology intersects with society. She explores the emotional connection between human beings and life-like machines, which for me, is one of the most exciting topics in all of artificial intelligence. Support this podcast by signing up with these s…
 
Mickey betrays Bob on Twitter … With some states reopening, what have we learned? … Debating "decoupling" from China … Trump fires IGs; Bob frets, Mickey is blasé … Tara Reade’s credibility takes a hit … Were the layoffs at The Atlantic less than meets the eye? … Bob's media criticism, pro- and anti-Trump editions … Mickey rebuts Adam Serwer on Tru…
 
Explore abrupt climate change and pandemic induced by comets and asteroids during human history at George Howard’s blog called The Cosmic Tusk. The Tusk also contains a treasure trove of scientific documents in The Cosmic Tusk Bibliography or The Complete Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Bibliography and Publication Archive. Links to fascinating fin…
 
Taiwanese firm TSMC plans to build a new fab, or computer chip factory, in Arizona. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the $12bn investment a boost for American “economic independence” amid China’s creeping dominance in tech. A geopolitical tug-of-war is being fought over nanoscopic wafers of silicon. What do microchips tell us about what’s happ…
 
What is slime and how do you make it? What makes glue sticky? Why does mixing diet coke and Mentos make an explosion? How does glow in the dark stuff glow without batteries? We're talking about sticky things like slime and glue in this episode. Plus, bonus: explosions! The branch of science we're focusing on is called chemistry. Chemistry is basica…
 
Daniel Porras is a Space Security Fellow at UNIDIR. He focuses on political and legal issues surrounding space security, in particular the progressive development of sustainable norms of behaviour for space. Follow him on https://twitter.com/spacedaporras Support the NewSpace India podcast by becoming a Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/newspaceind…
 
Legislation signalled at the annual meeting undermines the “one country, two systems” approach to Hong Kong’s rule—and may inflame rather than quell protests. Argentina finds itself at the doorstep of default once again; the pandemic is sharpening the hardship ahead. And remembering the woman who expanded Irish poetry with the gloriously quotidian.…
 
The worst person to ever be president is... … More evidence that old white people like Joe Biden … Is an electoral blowout coming? … Matt: Trump is unable to define Biden … Breaking news: Karl Rove is advising Trump … Have we overreacted or underreacted to the virus? … Veepstakes: Does Biden want an heir apparent? … Why did Amash drop out of the Li…
 
The worst person to ever be president is... … More evidence that old white people like Joe Biden … Is an electoral blowout coming? … Matt: Trump is unable to define Biden … Breaking news: Karl Rove is advising Trump … Have we overreacted or underreacted to the virus? … Veepstakes: Does Biden want an heir apparent? … Why did Amash drop out of the Li…
 
The worst person to ever be president is... … More evidence that old white people like Joe Biden … Is an electoral blowout coming? … Matt: Trump is unable to define Biden … Breaking news: Karl Rove is advising Trump … Have we overreacted or underreacted to the virus? … Veepstakes: Does Biden want an heir apparent? … Why did Amash drop out of the Li…
 
The writer of “The Wire” and “The Deuce” takes a break from the dark side of real life to explore an alternative history in which Franklin D Roosevelt lost the 1940 presidential election to an anti-Semitic isolationist—on a platform to lead America towards fascism. As the country prepares for a very different election, Anne McElvoy asks David Simon…
 
A central bank struggling for independence, dwindling foreign reserves to prop up the currency and a president who just hates rates: Turkey’s economy looked shaky even before covid-19. Online dating carries on apace amid lockdowns, and it seems people are forging more emotionally intimate bonds. And the risk that humans might pass the coronavirus t…
 
With so much change happening in our lives and the way we have lived for years being turned upside down in a matter of weeks I felt called to dive into the topic of grief and more specifically the five stages of grief on today's episode. Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Grief. Similar to when we lose a loved one in our lives, we are losin…
 
Today it’s great to have the social psychologist Wendy Wood on the podcast. Wendy is Provost Professor of Psychology and Business at the University of Southern California. She has written for The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, Time magazine, and USA Today, and on…
 
An apparent spike in a rare childhood illness, Kawasaki disease, suggests the coronavirus may manifest very differently in children and raises questions over the role they play in spreading the pandemic. America’s latest offensive against Huawei pushes the global semiconductor industry into uncharted territory; it may also harm American interests i…
 
Rhetoric and posturing at the World Health Organisation’s annual assembly reveal an agency under geopolitical stresses just when global co-operation is needed most. Illegal logging has become an existential threat for the Amazon; under the cover of covid-19, a new bill in Brazil could hasten its decline. And reflections on the vast musical legacy o…
 
Ezra's new book, Why We're Polarized … How ideology became identity … Could Trump have realigned American politics? … Ezra: All politics is identity politics … Why “this person is not like us” is a way to go viral … Why the two political parties stopped cooperating … Ezra wants to see more small-d democratization in America … When winning is losing…
 
In this episode, Lara Bazelon, Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Juvenile Justice Clinic and the Racial Justice Clinic at the University of San Francisco School of Law, discusses her article (co-authored with Bruce Green, Professor of Law at Fordham Law School), "Victims' Rights from a Restorative Justice Perspective," forthcoming in th…
 
Sertac Karaman is a professor at MIT, co-founder of the autonomous vehicle company Optimus Ride, and is one of top roboticists in the world, including robots that drive and robots that fly. Support this podcast by signing up with these sponsors: – Cash App – use code “LexPodcast” and download: – Cash App (App Store): https://apple.co/2sPrUHe – Cash…
 
In this episode, David Arditi, Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Theory at the University of Texas at Arlington, discusses his new book, "Getting Signed: Record Contracts, Musicians, and Power in Society," which will be published by Palgrave Macmillan. Arditi begins by describing the experience of the music business fr…
 
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