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We’re fascinated by everyday objects and what they can tell us about the global economy. Join us every week as reporters from our global newsroom dig into the most fascinating facets of an object: where it came from, how it got to us, and what it can tell us about the forces that are changing the way we live and work.
 
Actuality explores the inner workings of the new global economy. Brought to you by Marketplace® and Quartz, it’s a podcast that combines the best of our economic smarts. Hosts Sabri Ben-Achour and Tim Fernholz find the interesting in the important and the important in the interesting—and define the issues shaping our daily experience in the global economy. In Season Two, we explore the impossible, with: they said it couldn’t be done. From creating a perfect algorithm to a perfect workforce, ...
 
We talk about gems and minerals, rocks, lapidary, rock hounding, mining, jewelry, silversmithing, field trips, mineral identification, Gold smithing, treasure hunting, all things related to radical rocks! See our links for social media at the bottom of any one of our blogs located at radicalrocksusa.blogspot.com
 
FWD: Thinking is a podcast about bold professionals who have challenged the status quo to recreate their careers. They've grown out of the cracks in the org chart, punched above their titles, and when all else failed, started their own companies. Hosted by Khe Hy and created by Quartz, this podcast traces the blueprints that lead to a more fulfilling work life.
 
The Center of Attention is a podcast for anyone with (or in) an online audience who wants to understand how their digital behavior relates to the attention economy at large. By questioning data from multiple perspectives, Parse.ly co-founders and hosts Sachin Kamdar and Andrew Montalenti attempt to illuminate what we’re really paying attention to. Start paying attention.
 
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Hey we talk about Mineral & gemstone collecting at clear creek California, we talk about some Gemstones from South Dakota, couple of gemstones collecting spots in Washington, and talk about some spots in Montana, we talk about fossils, a gold mine& & Mars news, and so much more! thank you for tuning in liking subscribing and sharing, until next tim…
 
We’ve partnered with Hark Audio, a podcast curation app, to share some of our all-time favorite Obsession show moments. Stay tuned to hear the fascinating stories behind the things we use, eat, and wear everyday—from Google Docs to pasta and perfume to fish sticks. And if you listen on Hark, you can jump from each moment into a full episode. Try it…
 
Today’s episode we talk about Rockhounding in the Hudson valley we talk about where you can get amethyst in Ontario we talk about the black sand exotic beaches where you can find smoky quartz in Idaho we have all kinds of fossil news extraterrestrial news where you can dig crystals for free the green monster mine potash minerals and so much more. T…
 
Today we talk about newly discovered Oregon Plume agate we talk about the new beautiful blue gemstone discovered in Israel from the Corundum family. Talk about the GPAA gold show dinosaur fossils M type astroids. Beautiful Pokémon diamond and so much more! Thanks for liking subscribing and sharing all radical rocks social media until next time reme…
 
Asynchronous, on-demand talk radio was a bold proposition back in 2004, when podcasts first started making waves. Less than 20 years later, podcasting is a big business. But monetization has its downsides: What began as a freewheeling, do-it-yourself space is evolving into a data-obsessed sector dominated by tech giants. Sponsored by EY. Is your te…
 
Today we talk about real interesting dinosaur fossils we talk about a jewelry contest we talk about the independence mine in Oregon we talk about a universe of gemstones new bazaar Mars rock the last go Minaville Paso gold mining in Colorado and Georgia. And we conclude with Minnesota agates and so much more. If you’re not already subscribing pleas…
 
Prices for goods from furniture to meat have been steadily rising for months. It’s the most obvious symptom of inflation, which is when money buys less than it used to. But there’s no need to panic: This is far from the first time inflation came for consumers’ purchasing power. The question is, how do you make it stop? Sponsored by EY. How can you …
 
Shipping snafus have hit everything from Pelotons to paper towels, and they're coming for perfume. From Chanel No. 5's secret recipe to the modern proliferation of DIY scents, this global industry has supply chains as delicate as the scents captured in its tiny bottles. How does perfume adapt to a changing world? Sponsored by EY. Discover how EY ca…
 
Though scientists have known about dyslexia for well over a century, education systems still struggle to teach students with the condition. In the English-speaking world, it’s become a great unequalizer, pushing those with means into lucrative careers, and those without to the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder. But as technology mediates and alter…
 
2.1—that’s how many children every woman “needs to have.” Any fewer, and a country’s population will eventually stop growing, age, and shrink, which could inhibit its economic growth and drain government coffers. But it’s easier said than done: China has been well below replacement rate for some time; India is just hitting that number. What happens…
 
Hello and thanks for stopping by today we’ve got all kinds of great rock fossil and mineral news. You like to buy a house on a gold mine? Yellow brick road was discovered at the bottom of the ocean! We’ve got some incredible dinosaur news we have Montlake Agate Thundereggs and crystals a large diamond discovery we talk about royalties how do you li…
 
Today we talk about the 50th anniversary of the sunshine mine disaster we talk about the four reasons why you want gemstones ancient dog fossils fossils in the Swiss Alps hunting for rare crystals Mother’s Day is coming up don’t forget that cold mountain thunder eggs butterfly jasper purple passion agate and so much more! I hope you enjoy today sho…
 
Pasta's path to pantries all over the world is inextricably tied to Italy, the country that used technology and mass production to turn a homemade food into a commercial product. Even as pasta-makers market an idealized version of the Italian lifestyle to the world and to Italians themselves, some of the things that make pasta the taste of home mig…
 
As individuals, we know it’s not great to have too much debt. But at the macro level, that narrative falls apart. In fact, most governments need some debt to take care of their people, especially in the wake of a crisis like a pandemic. How a country invests in itself—and how its leaders talk about that investment—says a lot about how it sees its f…
 
Today we talk about the sea creature that walked on stilts the Michigan geology lost gold mines a story about some gemstone hunters that died Oregon’s largest uranium mine discovered by amateur rockhounds we talk about purple rocks Lapidary and Gemstone and so much more thank you guys for look it up radical rocks on social media we’re now also on T…
 
Between lab-grown meat and veganism going mainstream, we're in an age of abundance for alternative protein options. But one hasn’t been getting as much attention as the others: Edible insects, popular in places like Ghana and Mexico, are nutritious, plentiful, and much less damaging to the environment than, say, a steak. What would it take to put i…
 
After the release of a great film, it seems natural to us now that they'd want to make another. But this was not always the case. Now that Hollywood seems to almost compulsively turn successful films into franchises, reboots, and cinematic universes, are there good reasons to keep making sequels? Sponsored by Alumni Ventures Photo by Eric Helgas, s…
 
Athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics had prosthetics perfectly designed to help them run, jump, or swim as the events required. Now the technology behind those prosthetics is coming to everyday people who need it—and, possibly, to people who don’t. Augmenting able bodies for super-human functions: What could go wrong? Sponsored by Alumni Ventures…
 
They tried to kill disco, but it will never die. The stubbornly upbeat genre came out of an economically turbulent moment—one to which we see a lot of parallels today. So what is it about a crisis that just makes us want to dance? Sponsored by Alumni Ventures Episode art by Eric Helgas, styling by Alex Citrin-Safadi Transcript: https://qz.com/21380…
 
Today we talk about identifying your rocks & fossils at the museum with their help. New type of stegosaurus was found we talk about some tasty rocks we talk about the Easter blue mineral property Mars impact is evidence of a meteorite also 10 wonderful Hot Springs an impossible discovery we talk about geodes opal geodes and so much more guys thank …
 
Today we talk about Montana Jim Stone‘s minerals on the moon interesting Mars flower we talk about the gym fantasy land found underneath a café hidden for decades Scotland‘s new largest dinosaur everything about obsidian you could imagine also tourmaline from Maine and so much more thank you for tuning in liking subscribing and sharing all our soci…
 
Fish sticks are more than just an easy way to get kids to eat healthy food. They’re the ocean’s little problem solvers, swimming in to solve a seafood glut after World War II, and to help working parents in need of cheap and easy meals. Now fish sticks might even help solve our latest challenge: an epidemic of global overfishing. Sponsored by Alumn…
 
Today we talk about the huge opal that went up for auction. Also a beautiful blue diamond cells for a record amount. We talk about where it literally rains gems. We talk about the dinosaur that was armless but not harmless. Talk about some gold mining and other interesting tidbits, thanks for stopping by joining our Social media sites until next ti…
 
It’s the stuff of Bollywood dreams, come to life—the big fat Indian wedding has withstood the test of time, economic turbulence, social reform, and even modern technology. But when you factor in pent-up pandemic demand, can India’s $50 billion industry possibly keep it up? Sponsored by Alumni Ventures Episode art by Eric Helgas; styling by Alex Cit…
 
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