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  1. The Case of Majella Moynihan

    In 1985, an unnamed female Garda was threatened with dismissal from An Garda Síochána. Following an internal Garda investigation, she was charged with having pre-marital sex with another Recruit Garda, and for having given birth to a baby outside of marraige. Majella Moynihan has remained silent for the past 34 years - until now. (2019)

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  2. Mighty Mac - Prix Europa Winner 2009

    This doc won Best Radio Documentary in Europe in 2009. One of our all time great listens - this story has everything. Limerick man, Ger MacNamara is master upholsterer and world champion power lifter, and we join him as he embarks on two challenges. (2009)

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  3. A Sense of Quietness - Earshot - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    A Sense of Quietness traces a line of connection through four Irish women across two referendums, to explore the unexpected consequences of talking about abortion.

    Starting on live television at a beauty pageant, we hear from a journalist, a radio producer, the founder of a woman’s clinic, and a woman travelling from Ireland to the UK, and discover the quiet power and hidden dangers of speech itself.

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  4. Thom Yorke, musician (Desert Island Discs)

    Thom Yorke, musician, shares the soundtrack of his life with Lauren Laverne.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0008qg3

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  5. Erin Barra on Sonic Prosody and Songwriting | Loop

    Erin Barra, an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music, joined us at Loop 2018 to explain the concept of sonic prosody and how it can be used as a songwriting tool with a detailed deconstruction of one her own tracks.

    Keep up with Erin Barra: http://www.mammabarra.com/

    See more from Loop: https://www.ableton.com/blog/loop/

    Loop stage design by Dejha Ti: http://dejha.com

    #loop #ableton #erinbarra

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  6. Susan Rogers on Prince, production and perception | Loop

    At Loop 2017, veteran studio engineer Susan Rogers talks to Ableton’s Dennis DeSantis about working and touring with Prince in the 1980s, her academic work on audio perception, and career choices in the music industry.

    See more from Loop: https://www.ableton.com/blog/loop/

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgBZHIUUn8Q&t=2s
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Fri, 13 Sep 2019 21:10:55 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  7. Misty Jones on How the Drop Changed Pop | Loop

    Misty Jones, Assistant Professor in the Department of Recording Industry at Middle Tennessee State University, analyses how “the drop”, or instrumental break, has been impacting pop song structure in recent years.

    Follow Misty Jones: https://mistyjonesmusic.com/

    See more from Loop: https://www.ableton.com/blog/loop/

    Loop stage design by Dejha Ti: http://dejha.com

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  8. 125 - Stuart Kauffman on Physics, Life, and The Adjacent Possible

    This week’s guest is living legend, transdisciplinary scientist-philosopher Stuart Kauffman, whose pioneering work on self-organization and the emergence of order helped launch the field of complex systems science and has brought us to the very edge of understanding the origins and nature of life. Over his 50+ year career and six books, including this year’s The World Beyond Physics, Stu has done more than almost anyone to restore the historic union of science and philosophy, articulating a new spirituality for our secular age of systems thinking, and filing numerous patents on technologies of chemical synthesis and quantum mechanics.

    It’s an epic conversation with a bold and boundary-less mind. In this episode we drive right to the heart of one of humankind’s biggest and most persistent mysteries: What is life?

    Stuart Kauffman’s EXTENSIVE & ILLUMINATING Google Scholar Page:

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=yoPM0F8AAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate

    This week’s vocabulary word: “ergodic”

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ergodic

    Become a Patreon supporter to listen to Part 2 of this conversation, on quantum physics and consciousness:

    http://patreon.com/michaelgarfield

    We Discuss:

    the adjacent possible

    the origins of life

    niche construction & niche propagation (which i initially conflate, but he re-differentiates)

    exaptation

    the incomputability of the list of all possible uses of a thing

    why are there hearts in the universe?

    “the universe is non-ergodic and most complex things will never exist”

    “there are no laws whatsoever for the evolution of the biosphere”

    contingent, or inevitable? enabled, or caused?

    the economy creates the possibilities into which it is sucked

    Terence McKenna’s strange attractor at the end of time

    constraint closure and the release of energy in fewer degrees of freedom

    abiogenesis and the protocell as a model of its environment

    are there constraints without work?

    the number of cell types in an organism is roughly the square root of the number of genes

    “information is precisely the release of energy into fewer degrees of freedom”

    Paul Davies & Sara Imari Walker

    Johnjoe McFadden

    Giuseppe Longo

    the system will spend more time in macrostates in which there are more microstates (Boltzmann)

    Supplemental Materials:

    Stuart Kauffman’s essay, “No entailing laws, but enablement in the evolution of the biosphere”

    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1201.2069.pdf;alsoseeGiuseppeLongo

    Stu’s co-author Wim Hordijk on autocatalysis at Orbiter Mag:

    https://orbitermag.com/how-did-life-begin-part-3/

    Michael’s essay, “The Future is Exapted/Remixed”

    https://medium.com/@michaelgarfield/how-to-live-in-the-future-part-4-the-future-is-exapted-remixed-35ea5ca9d877

    Michael’s extensive notes on the ideas of this episode, “Toward A New Evolutionary Paradigm”

    https://www.patreon.com/posts/toward-new-1-0-24798022

    Original intro music by Michael Garfield, “Birds Waking Up In Trees”

    https://michaelgarfield.bandcamp.com/album/love-scenes-field-recordings

    Show outro music by Evan “Skytree” Snyder feat. Michael Garfield, “God Detector”

    https://skytree.bandcamp.com/track/god-detector-ft-michael-garfield

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  9. The Big Screen: Have Rumours of My Demise Been Greatly Exaggerated?

    A panel of industry experts will debate the state of the cinematic experience, discuss industry and audience trends, as well as discuss the new opportunities that today’s marketplace offers.

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  10. Tunteella-podcast, jakso 1: Häpeä

    Tunteella-podcastissa Emilia Kujala keskustelee tunteista psykoterapian, psykologian, sosiaalipsykologian, käyttäytymistieteen, neurotieteen ja ravitsemustieteen alojen ammattilaisten kanssa. Jakson 1 aiheena on häpeä ja vieraana psykoterapeutti, psykologi ja psykoterapiakouluttaja Lauri Parkkinen.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/tunteella/tunteella_hapea
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 05 Sep 2019 12:52:47 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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