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  1. Sun, 10/29/2006 - 00:00 | Brent Sherwood

    Brent Sherwood was the guest for this special two hour Space Show program. Mr. Sherwood is a space architect with JPL who has an interest in figuring out what we will do when we return to the Moon, what we can and what we should do on the Moon, he knows about closed loop systems which we will need for lunar and all space settlement and transportation, and he has intriguing theories about the way nations choose their public space programs. We discussed all of these areas with Mr. Sherwood and much more. This program is a must listen to program for the tough and challenging issues tackled by our guest. We learned about vision drivers for example, we learned about enabling ideas and technologies, and we discussed in some detail the lack of communication about space from NASA to the public. If there ever was a Space Show program to take notes on, this one is it! You can send your comments or additional questions to Brent Sherwood through me at drspace@thespaceshow.com.

    https://www.thespaceshow.com/show/29-oct-2006/broadcast-613-special-edition

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  2. Ep. 430 FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Richard Dolan: Secret Space Program 3 LIVE

    On night three of our Secret Space Program/Breakaway Civilizations Week on F2B we are joined by Richard Dolan…he coined the term Breakaway Civilization and tonight we discuss how that happened…what it is and how it’s connected to the Secret Space Program.

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  3. Talking Space #328: It’s Been A Blast!

    On this episode, we orbit around Atlantis and her final flight signifying the end of the 30 year space shuttle program. We discuss the current status of STS-135, as well as listening to some updates from the NASA personnel working on the mission and the true importance of the mission. We then listen to Charlie Bolden’s comments on NASA’s future endeavors. Following this, we discuss a program on CNN: “Atlantis: The Final Frontier”. After that, we discuss an article which “ruffles Gene’s feathers” in The Economist. We also mention another article talking about America’s space program and if it really matters. Lastly, we discuss an article by “Bad Astronomer” Phil Plait giving his view on NASA’s shuttle program.

    http://www.talkingspaceonline.com/2011-podcasts/episode-328-its-been-a-blast.html

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  4. NVR2018 - Eli Leibowitz - Parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety and OCD: the SPACE program

    Eli Leibowitz - Parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety and OCD: the SPACE program. The SPACE Program (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions) is a novel entirely parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety and OCD. SPACE works by reducing parental accommodation of child symptoms and increasing supportive parental behavior. NVR-informed tools for coping with child reactions to reduced accommodation are a key element of SPACE. This talk will provide an overview of The SPACE Program and will present data from clinical trials demonstrating its acceptability, feasibility, and efficacy. Neurobiological findings from brain imaging and endocrinological research underscoring the key roles of parents in child anxiety regulation, and the importance of addressing parental accommodation of child symptoms will also be presented.

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  5. JFK’s 1962 address at Rice University on the Nation’s Space Effort

    President Kennedy’s address at Rice University in Houston, Texas in which he discusses the nature and purpose of America’s space program. “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too.”

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  6. Coast To Coast AM - July 23, 2017 Secret Space Program & UFO Sightings with George Knapp

    Coast To Coast AM - July 23, 2017 Secret Space Program & UFO Sighintgs

    In the first half, Richard Dolan joined George Knapp to discuss UFO disclosure.

    In the latter half, John Hanson discussed UFO cases.

    Coast To Coast AM - July 23, 2017 Secret Space Program & UFO Sightings with George Knapp

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  7. Stuff You Should Know

    Can WE Build an Elevator to Space? — With the end of the shuttle program and an International Space Station still in need of supplies, the aerospace industry is working the kinks of out of a century-old idea to build a service elevator from Earth to outer space.

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  8. Ep. 429 FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Joseph P. Farrell: Secret Space Program 2 LIVE

    Joseph P. Farrell, PhD joins the show for our second night of our Secret Space Program/Breakaway Civilizations Week on F2B. We cover every aspect of the two subjects…and we include some Lost History as well to take a serious look at what is going on…

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  9. ‘Hidden Figures’ No More: Meet The Black Women Who Helped Send America To Space : NPR

    A new film tells the stories of three women who made incalculable contributions to the space program: engineer Mary Jackson, mathematician Katherine Johnson and NASA supervisor Dorothy Vaughan.

    http://www.npr.org/2016/12/16/505569187/hidden-figures-no-more-meet-the-black-women-who-helped-send-america-to-space

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