• Making sense of science, faith and Genesis (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-01)
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    Making sense of science, faith and Genesis (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-01)

    Creation, evolution and the first book in the Bible: Genesis. How important are those things to today’s Christian? Is creation a secondary issue? Whether you believe creation or evolution, does that impact the Gospel at all? Those are the kinds of questions we’ll be exploring this week on Creation Magazine LIVE! Welcome to Creation Magazine LIVE! My name is Richard Fangrad, and I’m Matt Bondy. This week: making sense of science, faith and Genesis. We’ll dive into questions about whether different beliefs about origins have any impact on today’s Christian and what Jesus did to save sinners, we need to start by defining some terms to understand what the issue…

  • What is RISE at MSU?
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    What is RISE at MSU?

    (upbeat music) – One word that best describes RISE is community. – Empowering. – The opportunity. – Comfortable. – One word that best describes RISE to me is home. RISE is home, yeah. – I would describe RISE as an interdisciplinary program to develop the next generation of leaders for planetary change. The RISE program began in 1995. Jane Rice, who was on faculty in NatSci was the founding director. When RISE began here at Michigan State University, we were located in the basement of Hubbard Hall. One of the first things I did when I came on board was to see if we couldn’t relocate the program. Page forward…

  • What does Net Zero emissions actually mean?
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    What does Net Zero emissions actually mean?

    It’s easy to get lost in the numbers when we talk about climate cha… *DISTANT* The limit of 2 degrees or 1.5 degrees was agreed at COP21 in 2015. CO2 is at over 410ppm and emissions need to fall by… But there’s one number that is very easy to get your head around. Zero. Net zero greenhouse gas emissions, to be precise. Net zero just means adding no greenhouse gases overall. We need to reach net zero if we want to stop global warming. And the more we want to limit it, the sooner we need to reach net zero. For our most ambitious targets, we need to reach it…

  • CERE graduate students at Duquesne University’s Environmental Science and Management Program
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    CERE graduate students at Duquesne University’s Environmental Science and Management Program

    [Music] My name is Mackenzie Martin. I’m in the accelerated dual degree program for biology and environmental science and I’m in the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences. My name is Josh Steinbach. I’m a second year master’s student in the environmental science and management program at Duquesne University. Having the dual degree program option at Duquesne in a couple of different scientific fields was really, really unique and that’s part of the reason why I wanted to come to Duquesne. I started out in the forensic science and law program here and I realized that I had this passion for generally “green sciences” and being able to transfer…

  • Program Spotlight: Environmental Science and Management (PhD)
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    Program Spotlight: Environmental Science and Management (PhD)

    Environmental Management is a really interesting program because it brings in the human aspect of the environment. It’s not just about the natural environment, but how humans interact with it. I found this program in Environmental Management very interesting, especially because it is basically merging the knowledge of the scientist with the knowledge of the decision maker. We take Economics, Environmental Law and Policy and we take things like Geochemistry and Water Resource Management. So I think that allows us for looking at problems, environmental problems differently and trying to solve them in a different way. Coming into this program, I think a lot of people, they have very diverse…

  • Terry Gorry Show-Ep#6- 28/2/2020
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    Terry Gorry Show-Ep#6- 28/2/2020

    welcome to this week’s edition of the territory show I’m a solicitor and enfield in County Meath and I’ve got a YouTube channel were quite a few subscribers I started doing this weekly show so called show where I simply take a look at my law or legal related tweets on my Twitter feed and see is writing useful in the cesspool that is Twitter and quite frankly from time to time indeed every week it is possible to get stuff links to material that is useful that is helpful especially if you have an interest in law or business I’m looking up my Twitter feed again this week today…

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    Why Duke Environment? Nicholas School Master’s Students Explain

    (birds tweeting) – I chose the Nicholas School at Duke for three main reasons. The first and foremost being that I wanted to be a leader in my career field. The second is I wanted deepen my knowledge of the economics, the science, and the policy related to conservation and natural resources. And the third is that I wanted the best network possible, both among my fellow students while at school, and then as an alumnus of the program. – I decided to come to the Nicholas School because of the interdisciplinary program that they have here. Not only could I work on climate change issues, but I could work…

  • Making a Good Confession (Examining Your Conscience)
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    Making a Good Confession (Examining Your Conscience)

    Every year during Lent, confessionals flood with people looking to turn their hearts from sin and return to God. It’s a fantastic sight to see, actually. Really, it’s why the season is such an inspiring one for me. Some see it as a season of suffering, a dour, pessimistic time, but it’s really quite hopeful. I mean, come on! What could be better than people taking their lives as Christians seriously, removing sin and replacing it with prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. That’s kind of the Gospel at work. Maybe that inspires you too. Maybe, because it is the season of conversion, you feel compelled to go to confession… but you…

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    Social recycling- saving the environment one dress at a time

    Have you ever asked yourself what you can do for the planet? Maybe you should fight polluting companies? Become a tree hugger? Save the whales? You could do all of that… But big change starts with the small things, that each and every one of us can do every day. Remember how your mom always told you to finish ALL the food on your plate? Well, for good reason! In tiny Israel alone, more than 2.5 million tons of food are thrown out each year. Meet SpareEat, an app which collects food from restaurants, bakeries, and more, which would normally be thrown out at the end of the day, and…

  • Dollar Tree DIY Lighted Chandelier
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    Dollar Tree DIY Lighted Chandelier

    hello everyone Daniel Walcott here but we’re going to be making a do-it-yourself lighted chandelier that I’m very very anxious to share with you how many times have you looked on these wedding sites and on these in these bridal pots when you see these lovely chandeliers with these zooming crystals just hanging with the light just ever so delicately reflecting off of them well today I’m going to show you how to make one of these chandeliers for yourself using mostly about ninety percent dollar tree materials with of course some crystals that you will have to get elsewhere I will place those links in the description box below…