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Where creative entrepreneurs get their questions answered. I Want To Know is a no-fluff, 30-minute weekly podcast to help you grow your audience and business. In each episode, host and For The Interested newsletter creator Josh Spector answers three questions from a creative entrepreneur to help them overcome their challenges and accomplish their goals. Each answer becomes a 10-minute conversation in which Josh shares advice based on proven strategies he’s used to grow and monetize his audie ...
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Welcome to ‘What I Want to Know’, one of the most downloaded K-12 education podcasts in the country! Listen in with our host, Kevin P. Chavous, as he connects with innovators and leaders who share practical, transformative solutions to the biggest challenges in education today. As America rethinks the future of schooling, Kevin explores emerging needs and possibilities, for students and educators alike, through short, stimulating conversations. Subscribe to ‘What I Want to Know’ on Apple Pod ...
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都想知道的|All want to know

都想知道的|All want to know

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Hello,這裡是 ﹝都想知道的﹞, 由希爾、凱和Summer三位女生,藉由聊天談話的方式帶出各式主題和分享 --- 從生活出發,淬煉心靈成長,探討廣泛人際相處 透過主題分享彼此,或邀請有相關經驗的人,與我們聊聊那些關於你我都想知道的人生選擇題 --- 合作邀約|allwanttoknow.info@gmail.com Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Do you ever find yourself struggling to find answers to the most intriguing questions? If so, you're not alone. It can be a challenge to separate fact from fiction. We have made it our mission to uncover answers to some of our time's most perplexing and fascinating mysteries. Through interviews and free-flowing conversations with experts, we dive deep into these mysteries to gather as much information as possible. Join us on this exciting journey of discovery with the Things I Want To Know p ...
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Waves are all around us. Light waves enable us to see and to sense colours, sound waves help us communicate, and enjoy music. Waves can also heat our houses and even move mountains! But how can waves do all these things? And what is a wave anyway? Well, if you’ve been to the seaside or dropped a pebble in a pond, you’ll already have an idea of what a wave is like. This brand new series explores these questions and more!
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Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know

International Law department - Graduate Institute Geneva

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Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know is a podcast series produced as part of the LAWS and War Crimes research project, based at the International Law department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The podcast is hosted by the members of the research team: Paola Gaeta (the project lead), Marta Bo, Abhimanyu George Jain, and Alessandra Spadaro. Over the course of ten episodes, they will intervie ...
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In my years as a real estate agent — I’ve seen one single unifying theme that seems to rear its ugly head in almost every single transaction — Fear. Fear of the market — “Is now the right time to buy?” Fear of making a mistake — “What if there’s something wrong with the house I want to buy?” And, yes, even fear of Realtors themselves, “What if I pick someone that won’t protect me?” It paralyzes people from taking any sort of action. Rather than POTENTIALLY making some sort of error, they pre ...
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Serial entrepreneur, branding expert and blogger with over 35 years experience in helping some or the worlds biggest brands as well as smallest startups to find success. Arthur Luke shares his incredible knowledge and experience so you can avoid those costly mistakes that can so easily kill off your dream of starting your own business before it even begins. Arthur shares real world actionable insights, tips and startup strategies as well as step-by-step tutorials on how to make your idea for ...
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Taking you to new places with ideas on how to get there and have a great vacation. We talk about past, current and future experiences with travel with tips on when and where to travel. The news of the day (COVID, political events, etc.) can often impact when and where you want to go, as well. We cover it all.
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Filmmaker, writer, musician and professional creative--Nero Nava introduces you to people, places, and things that you may not know about. And, if you do, you certainly won't know from this particular perspective. Nero's wide and eclectic guests range from artists, archivists, taste-makers, professionals, public figures, and activists. Nero sits down with these folks, interviews them, and sandwiches the interviews with songs selected by the guest (and Nero). Because choices, tastes, and pref ...
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What They Don't Want you to Know About Money. WTDWYTKAM Podcasts from Gerald centred on Personal Financial Planning, Wealth Creation and Career Development. Gerald is a CFP Professional, Wealth Planning and Training Business Owner. Gerald is active in the media and supports financial literacy by contributing as a published author, International Speaker, Entrepreneur, Freelance financial journalist and providing expert commentary with his own TV shows and radio spots. https://linktr.ee/GERALD ...
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It's a weird -- and weirdly common -- story throughout history: a storm that carries not just rain and thunder, but any number of strange animals dropping along in the ground. In tonight's episode, Ben, Matt and Noel dive into the fact and fiction surrounding historic rains of frog and fish... only to discover there are serious problems with the co…
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This week on I Want You To Know—one of my best friends, and the best guitarist I know—Alwyn Quebido breaks down the magic and misses when actors act like musicians in movies. Who is Loretta Lynn? Do you see Sissy Spacek? When you think of Gary Busey do you think of Buddy Holly or Mr Joshua? Is Daniel-San a cranekick ass guitar player? Did Michael J…
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Listen in on one of my private group coaching calls! Proven strategies to get customers from your content: https://fortheinterested.com/subscribe/?utm_source=YTPromo In this recording from a recent Jam Session group coaching call, I give my Skill Session members advice on how to turn a customer discovery call into an actual paid client, whether it'…
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Revisit this episode on whether college is the best path for students to have successful careers with Mark C. Perna. For the past few decades, there’s been a significant push for students to enroll in a four-year university immediately after high school. But according to a recent survey, almost 70 percent of parents would support their children ent…
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Do you anthropormorphize inanimated objects? Ben has a pantheon of them. Side Pocket Kid writes in about the concept of alternative power and microgeneration. On Instagram, Rebel reveals Nazi-branded drugs are sweeping Europe. A new UAP sighting in California. All this and more in this week's listener mail segment. They don't want you to read our b…
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On 13 July, 2024, a person later identified as Thomas Matthew Crooks attempted to assassinate former US President and current Republican Presidential candidate Donald J Trump at a rally held on the Butler Farm Show Grounds near Butler, Pennsylvania. Two civilians were greviously injured, and another civilian was fatally shot. In tonight's breaking …
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The Panama Papers are a collection of over 11 million leaked documents exposing shady financial dealings from more than 200,000 offshore entities, some dating as far back as the 1970s. When Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia began connecting the dots between corruption in her home country and information in the Panama Papers, she may have fi…
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A massive password hack compromises 10 BILLION passwords -- and no one's sure what will happen next. As of July 7th, all new cars sold in the EU and in Northern Ireland will require mandatory speed limiters onboard. Over in South Korea, civilization may have witnessed the first 'robot suicide.' All this and more (pants smuggling, Taco Bell retireme…
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While every South African child has a constitutional right to a basic education, there are still many challenges that prevent equal access for all, especially in tertiary and higher education. Education protection policies are supposed to grow in line with the costs of education each year to cover the actual costs of education. We are in conversati…
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So why would the US government push so hard for people to get vaccinated domestically, then turn around and wage an anti-vaccination propaganda war on the Philippines? In the second part of this week's special two-part episode, Ben, Matt and Noel explore the bizarre motivation behind this insidious scheme: the idea that allowing China to supply vac…
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Geist writes in from Germany, with a fascinating and conspiratorial first-hand look at the potentially insidious end goal of 'surge' and 'flex' pricing -- using personal info to determine how much you should pay for a purchase. Ralph prompts a re-examination of long-term underground living. The gang confirms that yes, Google search is indeed gettin…
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How far would you go to maintain control of the world? It's a question militaries across the planet ask themselves, every single day. In the first part of this special two-part episode, Ben, Matt and Noel explore a genuine conspiracy by the US Department of Defense -- at the same time they were urging people to get vaccinated, they were running a h…
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Playwright William Shakespeare is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential writers in the English language, and his plays have been read or performed millions of times around the world. He was also quite prolific: Between about 1590 and 1613, Shakespeare wrote at least 37 plays and collaborated on several more. Yet for more than a century…
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In a stunning and genuine conspiracy, the US Supreme Court rules a President should have the powers of a Monarch. Scientists warn about the slow burn of a future bird flu pandemic. Recent analysis finds AI makes unprecedented demands on energy -- and creates a huge amount of emissions. All this and more in this week's strange news segment. They don…
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Have you ever seen a weird pattern in a field? Grain, grass, swamp or wheat, all bent toward some sort of spiritual-mathematical attempt at communication? Since ancient human times, primates built all sorts of strange stories about how, where, and why unseen beings would create crop circles. In tonight's episode, Ben and Matt delve into this strang…
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Cabeza de Vaca prompts a conversation about private drones and home insurance. Skippy shares terrifying first-hand experience with the consequences of 'off-label' drug use. In an email about Philadelphia bombing civilians, Ryan inspires future episodes on the abuse of state power. Ben, Matt and Noel receive an official warning against their discour…
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Imagine a stunning amount of biodiversity amid one of the most densely-populated nations in the modern world. In tonight's episode, Ben, Matt and Noel continue an exploration into what Western science deems "cryptids of India." Spoiler: Ben solves a few mysteries, and gives you the clues to solve a few more as you listen along at home. They don't w…
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Public charter schools currently serve more than 3.7 million students. In fact, according to a report by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, enrollment in public charter schools grew by more than 300,000 students between 2019 and 2023. What are charter schools? What are the benefits of the charter school model? And how can charter sch…
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Most people expect banks to be one of the safest places to keep their money, and the people that work in these institutions to be of the highest integrity. This conversation with Pabi Moloi on Power FM looks at Banks and if they truly are as safe as they should be. Do you trust your bank? --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod…
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What if you could travel outside your body at will, sending your consciousness across the planet and beyond? While it may sound like a tale of science fiction to some, the phenomenon known as remote viewing was the subject intense government scrutiny for years. Join the guys as they interview physicist and author Russell Targ, creator of the new fi…
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange secures "freedom" in Australia. The Pentagon planned a massive anti-vaccination scheme to discredit China. The US Surgeon General wants warning labels on social media. Private health companies get busted peddling medicine -- and some folks are going to jail. All this and more in this week's Strange News segment. The…
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