David Dubyne | Our Curious World with Kristian Lander #19 Adapt 2030

Our guest for Our Curious World is David DuByne founder of the Adapt 2030 channel on YouTube and Oilseed crops. Living in Taiwan and is a worldwide speaker. We explore a fair reaching varied conversation. With the challenges now facing world agriculture as the solar minimum cycle effects climate. David brings a level of experience and expertise with science. Discussing the acts of governments and corporations desperate for resources. Food scarcity. Primary Water. What the professionals and experts are talking about 2023 and beyond. Tapping into revelations regarding the EU Defence Union moving into Africa, we talk China and the relations in the far east. Social credit scoring.  Vertical farming for food production. Solutions and being food sufficient.

Our Curious World. An audio and video podcast. There’s something to be said for genuine conversation. Interested in a broad variety of topics, broadcasting is my way to explore them. Always learning. Join me to watch and listen to a fascinating discussion today.

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Matt Arnold | Our Curious World with Kristian Lander #18

Matt Arnold is my guest for Our Curious World. “If you want to know the Creator, understand created things” – Columbanus. Teacher, Lay Pioneer minister, Mentalist with a developed professional interest in mineralogy and chemistry. We talk interfaith conversation, deliverance and exorcism, community orchard, Godzilla and more.

Our Curious World. An audio and video podcast. There’s something to be said for genuine conversation. Interested in a broad variety of topics, broadcasting is my way to explore them. Always learning. Join me to watch and listen to a fascinating discussion today. Kristian.

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Loui Jay Coleman – Digital Immortality

Loui Jay Coleman is the guest for Our Curious World with Kristian Lander. Talking Digital Immortality. The possibility and effects of uploading a human brain into a digital form. Living beyond death digitally! The influence of Black Mirror. Loui has written extensively on the effects on society, industry, technology, identity and sexuality. Dangers and potential. Space exploration. We explore a conversation.

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Speaking with Sharon A Hill – “Being scientifical.”

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Sharon A Hill is the guest for Our Curious World with Kristian Lander. Independent researcher in anomalies, paranormal topics and popular culture, pseudoscience and society; licensed geologist; author of Scientifical Americans (McFarland, 2017); podcaster, writer and speaker. We explore a conversation.

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Our Curious World is an audio and video podcast. Found on my homesite of KristianLander.com There’s something to be said for genuine conversation. Being interested in a broad variety of topics, broadcasting is my way to explore them. Always learning. Join me to watch and listen to a fascinating discussion today. Influenced by The Joe Rogan Experience and the late Art Bell. One to one conversations, informal and relaxed so we can get behind a story and the motivations as well.

 

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Be rational with confidence

There is much to say about the role of skepticism and rational thinking especially in the realm of the paranormal – much has been said already.  So we won’t discuss that here other than to say if we believe everything we are told and take everything at face value the rabbit hole you would find yourself in would be vast and in-orderable. I do enjoy exploring the rabbit hole, hence the radio show title “Rabbit Hole That Is Reality” making clear explanation of what is verifiable, true and what is speculation and ponderings.

Hayley, not that she knows (until now) gave me food for thought and added confidence. As some of my own journey mirrors what directions she has took. I too once believed in the paranormal, part of an investigation team doing the usual fallacies. Figure in hindsight it was as I hungered for information and assimilated much. I do not “want” to a ghost buster as it were, like Egon or Ray more curiousity, as to alleged experiences others were having. Seeing unexplained reports and cases since quite young, I wanted in. It is when you start to look at why do we do this? What does this actually tell us? and my personal favourite – Why are we sitting around in the dark?

Concerns over inexperienced people taking their “belief” about aspects of the paranormal into other peoples homes. Further raised 10-fold when a member of the “team” I was engaging with in 2007, was in court on charges of hebephilia towards a young teenage boy.

There were so many rich sources of knowledge, alleged gurus providing insight and demonstrating facets to learn. What I learned over time was “the art of the con”.

Finding others who also questioned what others accepted at blind faith, gave me greater confidence to ask further questions. Hayley was one the first I encountered personally who I was able speak to on White Noise Paranormal Radio in 2007-2009 during an interview by Jason Day. Have never looked back, I still have a hands on anthropological sense to approach the paranormal subjects that hold an interest. As like Victorian machines to “see” how they work from the inside out to deeper understand them.

Tuesday evening dashing from a press media review of Tom Midnight Gardenal at the theatre I hightailed across city over to Castle Rock Canalhouse to catch Hayley mid-presentation at the Skeptics in the pub meeting.

During the break, we both ticked off a box off the facebook finally-we-met list.

Please visit Hayleys Stevens blog Hayleyisaghost.co.uk
Hayley I would consider a skeptical activist, campaigning, speaking for and blogging on not just approaches to paranormal investigation. Taking a rational approach to many topics such as holistic medicine, mediumship and indeed monster hunting!

Hayley also co-presents with Michael Marshall the Be Reasonable podcast. Listen also to the “Be Reasonable” podcast on iTunes (and other podcast outlets) produced by Merseyside Skeptics Society.

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If aliens really are coming here. Where might they be coming from? We look at our 10 celestial neighbours.

If aliens are coming to earth as theorists believe and our ancient texts and histories tell us.
Where might they be coming from? We look at our 10 neighbouring celestial stars

There is much to suggest we may have been visited by extra-terrestrials in the past and many who claim we are still being visited today. If alien beings are really making trips from across the vastness of space to visit our pale blue dot, the third planet in the Sol system, where might it be they are coming from? We take a look at our solar celestial neighbours in wonder.

A light-year is the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year – in a single second light travels 186,282 miles. Which means light travels 5,878,625,373,183.608 miles in a year.

1 Proxima Centauri
The closest star to our own solar system will not always be closest, but it will be a long time before that happens. Proxima Centauri is the third star in the Alpha Centauri star system, also known as Alpha Centauri C.
Distance: 4.2 Light years



Proxima centauri

Proxima Centuri




2. Rigil Kentaurus
The second closest star is well, a tie between the sister stars of Proxima Centauri. Alpha Centauri A and B make up the other two stars of the triple star system Alpha Centauri.
Distance: 4.3 Light years

rigil kenataurus

Rigil kenataurus




3. Barnard’s Star
A faint red dwarf star, discovered in 1916 by E. E. Barnard, recent efforts to discover planets around Barnard’s Star have failed. Distance: 5.9 LY

Distance: 5.9 Light years


4. Wolf 359
Known to many as the location of the famous battle on Star Trek the Next generation, Wolf 359 is a red dwarf. It is so small that if it were to replace our sun, an observer on Earth would need a telescope to see it clearly.

Distance: 7.7 Light years

Wolf 359

Wolf 359




5. Lalande 21185
While it is the fifth closest star to our own sun, Lalande 21185 is too faint to be seen with the naked eye.

Distance: 8.26 Light years

Lalande 21185

Lalande 21185





6. Luyten 726-8A and B
Discovered by Willem Jacob Luyten (1899-1994), both Luyten 726-8A 726-8B are red dwarfs and too faint to be seen with the naked eye, when looking to the sky.

Distance: 8.73 Light years



7. Sirius A and B
Sirius, also known as the Dog Star and the guiding star, is the brightest star in the sky. Sirius B, the companion, has received considerable attention itself, since it is the first white dwarf with a spectrum to show a gravitational red shift as predicted by the general theory of relativity. And in recent months it has been discovered to have a third in the star system-Sirius C.

Distance: 8.6 Light years

Sirius A and B

Sirius A and B

Dogon tool, a ancient Orrery

Dogon tool, a ancient Orrery




8. Ross 154
Ross 154 appears to be a flare star, which means that it can increase its brightness by a factor of 10 or more before reverting to its normal state.

Distance: 9.693 Light years

9. Ross 248
While it is now the ninth closest star to our solar system, around the year 38000AD, the red dwarf Ross 248 will take the place of Proxima Centauri as the closest star to us.

Distance: 10.32 Light years

10. Epsilon Eridani
Eridani is our tenth nearest star, and the closest star known to have a planet, Epsilon Eridani B. It is the third closest star that is viewable without a telescope.

Distance 10.5 Light years