Media Mining Digest 304 – Sept 8, 2017: African Nationalism, AI in Decision Making, Al Gore, Automated Vehicle Guidelines, Back Pain, Bad Pharma, Baptist Demonizing, Bitcoin Complications, Black Crime and Punishment, Blind 9-11 Survivor, Climate Change Fixes, Criminal Justice Reform, CRISPR Ethics, Dark Web, Divorce Finances, Domestic Violence in the Military, Fitness Training, GMO Science, Greenwald on Trump Reporting, Internet Porn, Job Security Decline, Labiaplasty Increase in Australia, Mass Casualties Response, Money Management by Couples, Net Neutrality, Ocean Pollution Impact, Online Abuse, Physician Burnout, Racial Concepts, Refugee Resilience, Refugees and Technology, Research Fraud, Russian Interference Penalty, Salary Negotiations, Saying No, St Bernard Project, Tesla, Undocumented Alien, Water Contamination in Australia

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Acetaminophen and Aspirin 48 mins – “Dr. George Bosse gives a thorough review of acetaminophen and salicylic acid pharmacokinetics followed by presenting symptoms, pathology and treatments for toxicity.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

African Nationalism 30 mins – “African affairs writer and lecturer Margery Perham discusses the effects of colonialism in tropical Africa. In 1939 she became the first female fellow of Nuffield College at Oxford University before being appointed as Director of the Oxford Institute of Colonial Studies in 1945. In her Reith series entitled ‘The Colonial Reckoning’, she highlights problems of colonial rule. In this lecture entitled ‘African Nationalism’, she explores the positive side of anti-colonialism, which is emancipation. She discusses how and why this force has started and tries to explain how it has led to African freedom from British and French rule. She analyses some of the converging events and influences which have turned the world into a hot-house for the forced and rapid growth of African nationalism.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ageism Cure 12 mins – “It’s not the passage of time that makes it so hard to get older. It’s ageism, a prejudice that pits us against our future selves — and each other. Ashton Applewhite urges us to dismantle the dread and mobilize against the last socially acceptable prejudice. “Aging is not a problem to be fixed or a disease to be cured,” she says. “It is a natural, powerful, lifelong process that unites us all.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

AI Decision Making 31 mins – “A guy who thinks machines can prevent crime, another who thinks machines could destroy humanity and a machine-learning algorithm outsmarted by squirrels. Listen, decode and decide: Is the decisive machine evil?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

AI Renaissance 11 mins – “How smart can our machines make us? Tom Gruber, co-creator of Siri, wants to make “humanistic AI” that augments and collaborates with us instead of competing with (or replacing) us. He shares his vision for a future where AI helps us achieve superhuman performance in perception, creativity and cognitive function — from turbocharging our design skills to helping us remember everything we’ve ever read and the name of everyone we’ve ever met. “We are in the middle of a renaissance in AI,” Gruber says. “Every time a machine gets smarter, we get smarter.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Al Gore 27 mins – “Former Vice President Al Gore talks with Jon, Jon, and Tommy about his new movie Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. Lovett also made some jokes.” At the link find the title, “Pod Save the Planet with Al Gore, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files 11ba9b11-229a-4505-a49b-2c4c064cfb42.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

ALS 52 mins – “Dr. Martin Brown presents ALS and other motor neuron diseases by first reviewing their history and clinical course. He then discusses the diagnostic workup and efforts to find anything instead of ALS and finally ends his presentation with a discussion on the standard of care and the multidisciplinary ALS clinic.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ancestry 66 mins – “Perceived identity has been a discussion for centuries because of its crucial and diverse psychological implications. Culture, social roles, relationships and family structure have been known to make up and create one’s sense of self. This need rests deep inside every human—to feel connected to something bigger than ourselves and to find our place in the world. Catherine Ball will discuss how the combination of DNA and family history data provides us with better sense of identity—a deeper and empowering understanding of who we are, how we connect to society and how we’ve been shaped by human history. Recently published research enables an unprecedented look at ancestral migration patterns, including 500 million genetic relationships, and ties these groups to historical events of the past 400 years. Ball will discuss these incredibly valuable insights into our history and the forces that continue to shape our beliefs, giving us a more granular look at how immigration, geography, politics, religion and economics have shaped the world.” At the link find the title, “Ancestry’s Catherine Ball: Who Do You Think You Are? Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170717_Ancestry’s Catherine Ball Podcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Art Impact on History 12 mins – “Artist Titus Kaphar makes paintings and sculptures that wrestle with the struggles of the past while speaking to the diversity and advances of the present. In an unforgettable live workshop, Kaphar takes a brush full of white paint to a replica of a 17th-century Frans Hals painting, obscuring parts of the composition and bringing its hidden story into view. There’s a narrative coded in art like this, Kaphar says. What happens when we shift our focus and confront unspoken truths?” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Back Pain 46 mins – “Dr. Anna Burke presented this talk at the University of Louisville as she neared the end of her residency with us. Dr. Burke is trained in Osteopathic Medicine and her approach to low back pain is outstanding in a world that, as she says, often seems to use narcotics as a first line therapy. She has since been hired to the Internal Medicine faculty at the University of Michigan.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bacteremia 56 mins – “Dr. Ramirez is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Louisville and is the Division Chief for Infectious Disease. Here, he discusses bacteremia and intravascular infections.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bad Choices 44 mins – “Ali Almossawi is the author of An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments. His latest book is Bad Choices: How Algorithms Can Help You Think Smarter and Live Happier. He talks with Leo Laporte about his unique style of explaining algorithms and algorithmic thinking.” At the link click “Download options,” right-click “Audio” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bad Pharma 63 mins – ““Medicine is broken,” warns Ben Goldacre, the British physician, academic, author of the Guardian’s Bad Science column. In this live episode of Rationally Speaking, Massimo and Julia interview Ben about his new book, Bad Pharma, and how the evidence about pharmaceutical drugs gets distorted due to shoddy regulations, missing data, and the influence of drug companies.” At the link right-click “Download Audio MP3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Baptist Demonizing 15 mins – “What’s it like to grow up within a group of people who exult in demonizing … everyone else? Megan Phelps-Roper shares details of life inside America’s most controversial church and describes how conversations on Twitter were key to her decision to leave it. In this extraordinary talk, she shares her personal experience of extreme polarization, along with some sharp ways we can learn to successfully engage across ideological lines.” At the link right-click “MP3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Beans 30 mins – “For 2016, the International Year of Pulses, our Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science is looking at the many opportunities provided by pulses edible seeds like dried, lentils, and chickpeas. Pulses provide a non-animal source of protein, appear to be healthy for the gut microbiome, and help replenish the soil where they are grown. In this podcast we’ll talk to scientists studying the benefits of pulses about their research and also how we might solve the challenge of moving these important foods from millions of small-scale farmers in India and Latin America to consumers worldwide.” At the link click the square with three dots, double click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bitcoin Complications 42 mins – “Roger Ver is arguably the most well-known investor/entrepreneur in the Bitcoin space. He is the former CEO & Founder of Memory Dealers, a computer parts business that made him a millionaire by the age of 25. He has invested and started several Bitcoin businesses, most recently, Bitcoin.com, where he is CEO. In this episode, Roger outlines why he supports bigger blocks, how his obsession with Bitcoin landed him in the hospital, and the one thing every Blockchain entrepreneur or company has to do if they want to succeed.” At the link double-click the down-pointing arrow under the sound bar to get the audio file.

Black Crime and Punishment 80 mins – “The outrage over the senseless killings of black men and women at the hands of law enforcement has led to a renewed conversation about race in America, where black people are more likely than whites to be arrested for minor crimes, to be dealt harsher sentences and to be more unfairly impacted by their criminal records. Yet the criminal justice system is staffed by thousands of black police officers, judges, corrections officers and prosecutors. Forman examines the tragic roots of the war on crime, showing how tougher laws and harsher responses were proposed by the nation’s first black mayors, police chiefs and city council members. When poverty, crime, drug addiction and violence were on the rise, their stringent law-and-order tactics were seen as necessary to protect and heal these communities. In heartbreaking detail, Forman reveals how incremental steps taken in the name of the civil rights movement gradually eroded the rights and opportunities of the very people they were meant to help.” At the link find the title, “Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170808_Locking_Up_Our_Own_Podcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Black Hair Texture 15 mins – “Cheyenne Cochrane explores the role that hair texture has played in the history of being black in America — from the heat straightening products of the post-Civil War era to the thousands of women today who have decided to stop chasing a conventional beauty standard and start embracing their natural hair. “This is about more than a hairstyle,” Cochrane says. “It’s about being brave enough not to fold under the pressure of others’ expectations.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Black Hole Photography 12 mins – “At the heart of the Milky Way, there’s a supermassive black hole that feeds off a spinning disk of hot gas, sucking up anything that ventures too close — even light. We can’t see it, but its event horizon casts a shadow, and an image of that shadow could help answer some important questions about the universe. Scientists used to think that making such an image would require a telescope the size of Earth — until Katie Bouman and a team of astronomers came up with a clever alternative. Bouman explains how we can take a picture of the ultimate dark using the Event Horizon Telescope.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Black Women Self-care 16 mins – “T. Morgan Dixon and Vanessa Garrison, founders of the health nonprofit GirlTrek, are on a mission to reduce the leading causes of preventable death among Black women — and build communities in the process. How? By getting one million women and girls to prioritize their self-care, lacing up their shoes and walking in the direction of their healthiest, most fulfilled lives.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Blind 9-11 Survivor 29 mins – “Michael Hingson talks about his employment journey and how everything he has done in his past has led him to Aira. And that is what Michael brings to his new Strategic Sales position at Aira. He is not new to Aira as he has been involved for over 2 and a half years and understands completely how Aira brings instant access to information. Michael is well known for his Best Selling book titled, Thunder Dog. Telling the story about his experience surrounding the escape from Tower 1 during the September 11th terrorist attacks.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-Opiate Pain Controlup menu.

Blockchain News 2014 45 mins – “ICOs Are Disrupting The Venture Capital Industry With Brock Pierce Brock is a serial entrepreneur, digital currency visionary, and Chairman of the Bitcoin Foundation. Often referred to as the father of digital currency, he made millions in the internet gaming industry, where he was involved in trading virtual video game currencies. He founded Blockchain Capital with two other partners, and they have become one of the leading venture capital firms investing in Blockchain. In this episode, we talk about how Blockchain Capital is using tokens sales/ICOs to disrupt the VC industry, how they created the world’s first Digital Liquid Venture Fund, and the most critical factor they consider when deciding on which company to invest in.” At the link double-click the down-pointing arrow under the sound bar to get the audio file.

Blood Sugar Control 33 mins – “A great deal is being presented and published on control of blood sugar in the ICU as well as the postoperative period. How much control is enough and what is the data?” At the link right-click “Direct download: hyperglycemia.mp3” and select “save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bombing Civilian Targets 58 mins – “No one doubts the bravery of the thousands of men who flew and died in Bomber Command. The death rate was an appalling 44%. And yet until the opening of a monument in Green Park in 2012 they had received no official recognition, with many historians claiming that the offensive was immoral and unjustified. How can it be right, they argue, for the Allies to have deliberately targeted German cities causing the death of hundreds of thousands of civilians? Even on a strategic level the offensive failed to bring about the collapse of civilian morale that was its intention. Others, however, maintain that the attacks made a decisive contribution to the Allied victory. Vast numbers of German soldiers and planes were diverted from the eastern and western fronts, while Allied bombing attacks virtually destroyed the German air force, clearing the way for the invasion of the continent. Arguing for the motion were AC Grayling, philosopher and author of ‘Among the Dead Cities: Is the Targeting of Civilians in War Ever Justified?’; and Richard Overy, Professor of history at Exeter University who has published extensively on World War II and air power in the 20th century. Arguing against them were Antony Beevor, award-winning historian and author of the No. 1 international bestseller ‘The Second World War’; and Patrick Bishop, historian and author of ‘Bomber Boys’.” At the link find the title, “The Allied bombing of German cities in World War II was unjustifiable, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files media.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Brexit Impact 70 mins – “Last summer, the British public surprised almost everyone by voting to leave the European Union. No one knows how that will turn out; however, this program puts the possibilities into perspective by looking at the history as a whole, reviewing the 8,000 years since rising sea levels physically separated the British Isles from the European continent. Most of the challenges facing Britain in the 2010s are neither new nor uniquely British. Looking at these challenges over the long term reveals some surprising patterns that offer hints about the fate of the Western world in the 21st century.” At the link find the title, “Fog in the Channel: Britain, Europe and the Wider World, 6000 B.C.–A.D. 2103, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170807_Fog in the Channel Podcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

C.difficile colitis 47 mins – “Dr. Kris Krueger reviews the epidemiology and pathogenesis of C.difficile in the U.S. Then, she gives an update on current medical treatments including antibiotic, probiotic and surgical treatment before covering the evidence behind fecal microbial transplant. She also addresses prevention strategies and emerging C.difficile therapies such as immunotherapy and vaccines.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Cardiac Evaluation 59 mins – “Dr. Stillman is part of the medicine faculty at the University of Louisville. He is well known for his focus on the human aspect of medicine and as an advocate for patients. Here, Dr. Stillman discusses the history and practical aspects of performing a pre-op evaluation” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Chemical Burns 40 mins – “Ingestion of caustic materials can be fatal and difficult to evaluate. These patients are often referred to our burn center.” At the link right-click “Direct download: POD_ICR_Ingestions.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Chemotherapy 47 mins – “Dr. Krem presents this lecture by first describing chemotherapy indications and which patients should receive chemotherapy.  He then explains common toxicities and their treatments along with drug-specific toxicities.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Chevy Volt 44 mins – “We unpack the Chevy Volt. We explore the origin of the Volt and its connection to the Tesla Roadster, its path from concept car to production vehicle, the technology choices, and our thoughts on why GM made the Volt in the first place “ At the link right-click “Download” andselect “save LinkAs” from the pop-up menu.

Childhood Trauma 44 mins – “Evolving brain science has taught us much about the impact of trauma on developing brains. As a foster parent and as CEO of Lincoln, a Bay Area nonprofit serving children and youth, Christine Stoner-Mertz brings a deep understanding of the many ways trauma associated with poverty, community violence and mental health challenges impact children’s growth and development. She will discuss these impacts and the urgency to develop policies that support early screening and interventions for at-risk children.” At the link find the title, “Begin with the End in Mind: The Impact of Trauma on Children’s Brains and Bodies, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170717_Begin With the End in Mind_Podcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Citizen Scientists for Kids 15mins – “Meet Sharon Terry, a former college chaplain and stay-at-home mom who took the medical research world by storm when her two young children were diagnosed with a rare disease known as pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE). In this knockout talk, Terry explains how she and her husband became citizen scientists, working midnight shifts at the lab to find the gene behind PXE and establishing mandates that require researchers to share biological samples and work together.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Climate Change Fixes 39 mins – “A proposal to bioengineer shorter humans with cat eyes, a decades-old idea for a totally new kind of power, a battery made from trash and Bill Nye the Science Guy tries to get us in gear. Listen, decode, and decide: Can world-building save us? Stay updated on all things Codebreaker.

Criminal Justice Reform 7 mins – “For a crime he committed in his early twenties, the courts sentenced Marlon Peterson to 10 years in prison — and, as he says, a lifetime of irrelevance. While behind bars, Peterson found redemption through a penpal mentorship program with students from Brooklyn. In this brave talk, he reminds us why we should invest in the humanity of those people society would like to disregard and discard.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

CRISPR Ethics 7 mins – “249 EE Editing the Genes of Human Embryos,” At the link find the title similar to the description (Aug 2017), Might-click “Media files ede_249-ks3.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Cybrog Trends 33 mins – “The man who collected too much data, cyborgs who want to make their body-hardware mainstream, robots that rebuild your hairline and a conversation with Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge aka LeVar Burton. Listen, decode, and decide: Can the augmented self save us?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Cystic Fibrosis 48 mins – “Dr. O’Hagan is an Assistant Professor with joint appointments with Pediatrics and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. O’Hagan has specific interest in early CF therapy and transition from pediatric to adult medicine in CF. In this lecture, he discusses CF for the internist as life expectancy for CF patients increases….”” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Darfur via Poetry 10 mins – “Emtithal “Emi” Mahmoud writes poetry of resilience, confronting her experience of escaping the genocide in Darfur in verse. She shares two stirring original poems about refugees, family, joy and sorrow, asking, “Will you witness me?” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Dark Web 32 mins – “A couple is forced onto the dark web to buy life-saving medicine; Ben buys a drug scale; and a researcher who says the dark web might make the illegal drug trade safer. Listen, decode, and decide: Is the dark web evil?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Data Personalization 12 mins – “Giorgia Lupi uses data to tell human stories, adding nuance to numbers. In this charming talk, she shares how we can bring personality to data, visualizing even the mundane details of our daily lives and transforming the abstract and uncountable into something that can be seen, felt and directly reconnected to our lives.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Data Tracking 32 mins – “How targeted ads for a pair of men’s sandals broke up one relationship, the researchers trying to keep data tracking honest, and the casualties of ad blockers. Listen, decode, and decide: Is data tracking evil?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.  

DDOS Attacks 45mins – “2016 is known throughout the circles of information security as “The Year of The DDoS Attacks”, and rightfully so: 5 large scale DDoS attacks – ‘Distributed Denial Of Service’ – shocked the technology world. In this episode of Malicious Life, we examine how the power of the internet itself can be harvested and deployed to take down major companies and websites. With special guests- Yossi Na’ar and Graham Cluley.” At the link find the title, “Malicious Life, Episode 4: Big Cannons, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files ML_EP4.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Defibrillator Usage 6 mins – “If Yoda goes into cardiac arrest, will you know what to do? Artist and first-aid enthusiast Todd Scott breaks down what you need to know about using an automated external defibrillator, or AED — in this galaxy and ones that are far, far away. Prepare to save the life of a Jedi, Chewbacca (he’ll need a quick shave first) or someone else in need with some helpful pointers.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Delirium 49 mins – “Dr. Sager presents Delirium and how common it is through various statistics before explaining the Delirium DSM- 5 Criteria. He then discusses the many paths that lead to the development of Delirium and why that makes it so difficult to treat as well as the diagnosis of Delirium and the different risk factors involved like dementia, immobility, sensory impairment, etc. While treatment is hard to come by, Dr. Sager discusses the different treatments available.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Diabetes Complications 58 mins – “In this lecture Dr. Villafuerte speaks from experience and research on the myriad complications that can occur with diabetes. Dr. Betty Villafuerte is an Associate Professor at the University of Louisville. Her clinical interests are obesity, diabetes, and hypoglycemia.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Diarrhea 58 mins – “Dr. Bryan Moffett is on faculty at the University of Louisville as an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine. He practices primarily at the VA Hospital and is known for his ability to simplify and organize complex pathology. Here, he gives one of his well known lectures on acute and chronic diarrhea.” At the link right-click “Download the Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Diseases with Stones 39 mins – “Dr. Eleanor Lederer presents stone disease and how stones may be a presenting feature in many systemic diseases.  She then discusses diseases and how many are accompanied by stones as well as metabolic evaluation leading to therapies that result in limitation or even cessation of nephrolithiasis.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Divorce Finances 33 mins – “Married young with two kids, Margaret and Leif Jacobsen navigated different class backgrounds, a mixed-race relationship, and their accidentally uber-traditional gender roles in the pursuit of a life together. When they decided to divorce, a true friendship emerged from the ashes — they speak with SuChin Pak about how they navigate finances and feelings within a complicated new independence.” At the link find the title, “Independence Day : Divorce, Finance and Friendship, May, 2016,” right-click “Media files PNC5057184055.mp3” and select “Save Link As’ from the pop-up menu.

Domestic Violence in the Military 62 mins – “Chief of Army Lieutenant General Angus Campbell speaks to the National Press Club about the new Army domestic violence program.” At the link find the title, “National Press Club: Angus Campbell, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files NPCc_Campbell_1608_512k.mp4” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Doping in Sports 42 mins – “Filmmaker and cyclist Bryan Fogel talks about his new movie, Icarus, about Russian subversion of international doping rules in sports—and how it relates to the current investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.” At the link right-click “Direct download: Episode_242.mp3and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ebola Disease 33 mins (3 parts) – Three part discussion of the disease by Dr Gil Porat, a Colorado hospitalist. At the link (P1) right-click “Download’ and select”Save Link As” from the pop-up menu. Do the same here for P2 and here for P3.

Ebola Historical Perspective 18 mins – “David Heymann, professor of infectious disease epidemiology, and head and senior fellow, at the Chatham House Centre on Global Health Security was sent to investigate the first outbreaks of Ebola in 1976. In this podcast he gives a longer term perspective on the disease, and talks about the importance and challenges of introducing novel treatments.”At the link click the square with three dots, then double-click “Download” to download the audio file.

Email Concerns 34 mins – “A woman answers a mysterious email and finds herself on a plane, spam buries our inbox, and a band falls apart over the send button. Listen, decode, and decide: Is email evil? A woman answers a mysterious email and finds herself on a plane, spam buries our inbox, and a band falls apart over the send button. Listen, decode, and decide: Is email evil?.“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Encryption Uses 29 mins – “How encryption hides all around us, how it was used in 18th century Paris to separate merchants from their money and the difference between your brain and your fingertip. Listen, decode, and decide: Can encryption save us?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Environmental Stewardship P2 30 mins – “In his second lecture entitled ‘Impact of Man on His Environment’, Sir Fraser Darling explores the continuous affect of man on his natural habitat. Taking examples from prehistoric man, the industrial revolution and modern day technology, he considers whether man has taken all he can from the world to increase growth and development. He explores and criticises how politics and political policies have had a lasting affect on the contamination of the world and its ecology.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Environmental Stewardship P5 30 mins – “In his fifth lecture entitled ‘The Forward Look in Conservation’, Sir Fraser Darling reflects on the art of conservation. He considers how technology and preservation of the world could work together in unison and highlights different countries’ conservation contributions. He argues that science can be an enlightener if only industries and politics allow it to work.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Environmental Stewardship P4 30 mins – “In his fourth lecture entitled ‘Global Changes – Actual and Possible’, Sir Frank Fraser Darling explores the problem of overpopulation and its likely effect on the natural world. He considers the population problem in relation to other environmental factors such as increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, increased reliance on technology and the reduction in all natural environmental buffers. He ponders whether rises in prosperity and population might just signal the decline of the habitable world.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Environmental Stewardship P3 30 mins – “The Vice-President of the Conservation Foundation in Washington, DC and renowned ecologist Sir Frank Fraser Darling explores the concept of Man’s responsibility for his natural environment in his Reith series entitled ‘Wilderness and Plenty’. In his third lecture entitled ‘The Technological Exponential’, Sir Frank Fraser Darling examines the ecological consequences of technology since the industrial evolution. He reflects on the way the rapid guzzle of oil, coal and nuclear materials has affected the environment and touches on what this technology has done to Man as well. He scrutinises the enveloping character of advanced technology, and the choking side-effect of pollution.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Environmental Stewardship P1 – 30 mins – “This year’s Reith lecturer is English ecologist, conservationist and author Sir Frank Fraser Darling. He is the current Vice-President of the Conservation Foundation in Washington, DC and his ornithological ideas have marked him as a specialist on the topic of the natural environment. He also worked as a Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Conservation at the University of Edinburgh (1953-58) and was Chief Officer at the Imperial Bureau of Animal Genetics (1930–34). He is strongly associated with the highlands of Scotland, an area which he has often studied and written about. Frank Fraser Darling explores the concept of Man’s responsibility for his natural environment in his Reith series entitled ‘Wilderness and Plenty’. In his first lecture entitled ‘Man and Nature’, he considers how humans have dominated the natural world by constantly challenging it and altering it to their advantage. However, bringing together economics and ecology, he discusses what circumstances might lead to the need to conserve the human race.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Environmental Stewardship P6 30 mins – “The Vice-President of the Conservation Foundation in Washington, DC and renowned ecologist Sir Frank Fraser Darling explores the concept of Man’s responsibility for his natural environment in his Reith series entitled ‘Wilderness and Plenty’. In his final lecture entitled ‘Where Does Responsibility Lie?’, Sir Fraser Darling argues that population is almost certain to increase but pollution does not necessarily need to. He argues that technology should use its own inventiveness to decontaminate the world, but asks who would be responsible for enforcing such a policy. Without all nations taking the ethical responsibility for the environment, he concludes, it will take many years for intellectually-led change to filter through and become concrete action plans.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

 

Epilepsy 48 mins – “In this case-based lecture, Dr. Brittany Chapman discusses differential diagnosis for seizure-like events, diagnostic workup, seizure classification and epilepsy treatments. She also delves into comorbidities and long term epilepsy prognosis.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Epilepsy Life 9 mins – “Once homebound by epilepsy, mental health advocate Sitawa Wafula found her strength in writing about it. Now, she advocates for others who are yet to find their voices, cutting through stigma and exclusion to talk about what it’s like to live with the condition.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

EU Book Regulations 19 mins – “Journalists have a lot to keep them busy in 2017. In Europe alone, there are Brexit, populism, and nationalism, as well as immigration to cover. The rise of so-called fake news and growing skepticism about professional journalism only make matters worse. The European Publishers Council is a lobby group of chairmen and CEOs from leading European media organizations. Based in Brussels, Belgium, home of the European Commission and numerous European Union government bodies including the European Parliament, the EPC reviews the impact of proposed European legislation on news publishing, newspapers, and journalism, and then expresses its collective opinion to legislators, politicians and opinion leaders. Clearly, that’s not a simple or straightforward task in 2017 either for the EU or the press as an institution.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

EU Controversy 58 mins – “In the eyes of pro-Europeans, the founding of the EU after WWII secured peace across the continent for decades. But one needn’t look further than Brexit to see that the EU is teetering on the edge. By showing itself blind to the concerns of ordinary people and incapable of reform, has the European Union failed its citizens? Or should we ignore the doomsayers and march ahead with more European integration? Listen to the arguments from our inaugural Intelligence Squared debate in Berlin.” At the link find the title, “The EU is Failing Europe’s Citizens, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files media.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Face and Voice Recognition 33 mins – “A toddler who saved her mother’s life with Siri, a man whose mysterious ailment opened up a world of voice recognition technology and a dating service that wants to scan the faces of all your exes. Listen, decode, and decide: Can recognition software save us?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Feminism 30 mins – “We teach girls that they can have ambition, but not too much … to be successful, but not too successful, or they’ll threaten men, says author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. In this classic talk that started a worldwide conversation about feminism, Adichie asks that we begin to dream about and plan for a different, fairer world — of happier men and women who are truer to themselves.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Financial Struggles 30 mins – “Neal Gabler’s cover story about the hidden financial struggles of the middle class sparked a firestorm of attention. Here, we talk with him about the personal story behind his revolutionary confessional, and how it feels to live the truth.” At the link find the title, “Redefining Success: Neal Gabler on the Secret Shame of the Middle Class, Jul, 2016,” right-click “Media files PNC3277711169.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Fitness Training P1 15 mins – “Muscle and Strength Gaining Tips for Men, Women, Bodybuilders, and Beginners – part 1, Oct, 2016,” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Fitness Training P2 15 mins – “Part 2 of Muscle and Strength Gaining Tips for Men, Women, Bodybuilders, and Beginners” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Fitness Training P3 12 mins – “This episode is part philosophy, part motivation, and a discussion of some traps men and women get caught in..” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Fitness Training P4 28 mins – “Lifestyle, carbohydrates, protein, and eccentric weight training are part of the focus of this sermon..” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Footwear History 39 mins – “The human foot is an evolutionary masterpiece, far more functional than we give it credit for. So why do we encase it in “a coffin” (as one foot scholar calls it) that stymies so much of its ability — and may create more problems than it solves?” At the link right-click the circle with three dots, then right-click “Download this audio” and select “save Link As from the pop-up menu.

Galapagos 50 mins – “When Charles Darwin first saw the Galapagos Islands he was not impressed – he said that “nothing could be less inviting than the first appearance”. But later he recognised the unique nature of these islands, which he called “a little world within itself”. They set him thinking about how animals change and ultimately inspired his theory of evolution. Sarah Darwin follows in the footsteps of her great, great grandfather in this “little world within itself” to see how the Galapagos islands themselves have evolved and changed since he visited in 1835” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As’ from the pop-up menu.

Gamification 45 mins – “The idea behind gamification is simple—borrow what’s great about the experience of playing video games, and use it to make other things more enjoyable! Competition, scoring, prizes—these are just some of the ingredients of what gamification can bring to just about any user experience, if you know how to do it right. Our guests for this episode of The Drawing Board offer a wealth of insight and experience on the subject, and we’re going to discover what they’re working on. We start by exploring an upcoming video game with Ubisoft’s Kenneth Strickland, then we talk to Gina Gotthilf of Duolingo, go up to Strava to hear from Chief Product Officer Aaron Forth, and finally we sit down with Amelia Lin, one of our own gaming experts here at Udacity.” At the link find the title, “Episode 3: Gamification, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files 336408418-thedrawingboardbyudacity-episode-3-gamification.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Geriatrics 35 mins – “Dr. Daniela Neamtu covers the main principles of geriatrics including polypharmacy: she reviews differences in pharmacology in older adults, demystifies the Beers criteria, discusses the ACOVE project and common sources of medical errors.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Glass Building Faults 12 mins – “There’s a creepy transformation taking over our cities, says architecture critic Justin Davidson. From Houston, Texas to Guangzhou, China, shiny towers of concrete and steel covered with glass are cropping up like an invasive species. Rethink your city’s anatomy as Davidson explains how the exteriors of building shape the urban experience — and what we lose when architects stop using the full range of available materials.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Globular Star Clusters 49 mins – “In 1914, Harlow Shapley moved to work at the Mt. Wilson Observatory.  Over the course of five years, using the 60 inch reflector there, he observed the 75 visible globular clusters and developed a whole new model of the Milky Way Galaxy and our place in it.” At the link right-click “Direct Download Link” and select “Save Link As’ from the pop-up menu.

GMO Science 54 mins – “Investigate the complications, misinformation, passion and confusion around GMOs, sustainable farming, and the future of food, with Neil Tyson, Chuck Nice, plant geneticist Pamela Ronald, and Scott Hamilton Kennedy, director of “Food Evolution” which Neil narrates.” At the link click the box with three dots and double-click “Download” to get the audio file.

Greenwald on Trump Reporting 52 mins – “Glenn Greenwald is one of the co-founding editors of The Intercept. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss whether America is risking a new cold war with Putin’s Russia, Julian Assange’s complicated personality, and why Trump is less unprecedented in American history than we’d like to believe.” At the link find the title, “Glenn Greenwald, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files PPY9053170886.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Heart Attacks 29 mins – “Myocardial Infaction (Part 1): This episode will discuss the diagnosis of MI, STEMI, and non-STEMI. We then discuss the indications and types of thrombolytic agents.” At the link find the title, “Myocardial Infarction: Diagnosis and Thrombolytics, Sept, 2008,” right-click “Media files MI_prt1.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Heart Attacks 60 mins – “Dr. Abramov presents “Acute Decompensated Heart Failure” with a review of the underlying pathophysiology and treatment. He dives into the the roles of diuretics and beta blockers in acute exacerbation. Finally, he discusses indications for referring a patient to a heart failure specialist along with primary prevention measures.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Heart Health 21 mins – “Heart disease is the leading death for Americans today. In this special edition of the Science Physician-in-Chief of the Mount Sinai Medical Center, director of the Wiener Cardiovascular Institute at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and scientific organizer of the Academy’s upcoming conference on cardiovascular health in Barcelona, Spain has to say about heart healthy behavior in children, youth, and adults. This podcast is brought to you by the Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science and the Translational Medicine Initiative, sponsored by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.” At the link click the square with three dots, double click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Heat Waves 21 mins – “Experts warn this new age of heat waves is not going anywhere so adapt accordingly.” At the link find the title, “Aug 9: Experts warn heat waves are the new normal, adaption is key,” Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files current_20170809_21933.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the op-up menu.

Hypothermia 29 mins – “Following the recent crash of the US Airways in the Hudson River, it is an appropriate time to discuss the clinical manifestations and treatment of hypothermia.” At the link find the title, “Environmental Hypothermia, Jan, 2009,” right-click “Media files cold.mp3” and select “Save Link As’ from the pop-up menu.

Idea Creation 18 mins – “Where does OK Go come up with ideas like dancing in zero gravity, performing in ultra slow motion or constructing a warehouse-sized Rube Goldberg machine for their music videos? In between live performances of “This Too Shall Pass” and “The One Moment,” lead singer and director Damian Kulash takes us inside the band’s creative process, showing us how to look for wonder and surprise.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Internet Porn 44 mins – “A man whose job is scrubbing porn from the web; adult film star Stoya’s battle against free, pirated porn; and the dirty history of tagging. Listen, decode and decide: Is internet porn evil?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Jet Suit Construction 6 mins – “We’ve all dreamed of flying — but for Richard Browning, flight is an obsession. He’s built an Iron Man-like suit that leans on an elegant collaboration of mind, body and technology, bringing science fiction dreams a little closer to reality. Learn more about the trial and error process behind his invention and take flight with Browning in an unforgettable demo.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Job Security Decline 69 mins – “Much has been lost over the last 70 years. Big businesses once took responsibility for providing their workers and retirees with an array of social benefits. Post World War II, these companies believed that worker pay needed to be kept high in order to preserve morale. Productivity boomed. Rick Wartzman illustrates how much things have changed since then. Job security, steadily rising pay, guaranteed pensions, and robust health benefits were once thought to contribute to worker morale and to keep the company humming, but these benefits are now gone. Wartzman will trace the ups and downs of four corporate icons–General Motors, General Electric, Kodak and Coca-Cola—and the erosion of the relationship between American companies and their workers. Wartzman also addresses what can be done to rebuild the work force and help resurrect the middle class. Before joining the Drucker Institute in 2007 as its founding executive director, Wartzman worked for two decades as a reporter, editor and columnist at The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. While business editor of the LA Times, he helped shape a three-part series on Walmart’s impact on the economy and society, which won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.” At the link find the title, “The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170718_The End of Loyalty_Podcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ketamine Use 22 mins – “In this episode Paul interviews Scott Weingart of EMCrit about issues with ketamine for military medics” At the link right-click “Direct download: Scott Weingart Podcast on Ketamine for PFC Part_1.wav” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ketamine Use P1 19 mins – “In this episode Paul interviews Scott Weingart of EMCrit about issues with ketamine for military medics” At the link find the title “Scott Weingart Interview on Ketamine for Prolonged Field Care Part 1, May, 2016,” right-click “Media files Scott Weingart Podcast on Ketamine for PFC Part 1.wav” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ketamine Use P2 23 mins – “In this episode Paul and Scott Weingart of EMCrit wrap up their discussion about issues with ketamine for military medics” At the link find the title, “Scott Weingart on Ketamine for Prolonged Field Care Part 2, Jun, 2016,” right-click “Media files Scott Weingart Podcast on Ketamine for PFC Part 2.wav” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Labiaplasty Increase in Australia 8 mins – “There are thousands of labiaplasty procedures undertaken in Australia each year. Increasingly, young women, even girls are dissatisfied by parts of their vulva and seek cosmetic surgery. The most common concern is when the labia minora, the inner lips, protrude below the labia majora, or outer lips. Psychologist and researcher Gemma Sharp says images of vaginas in media, particularly on the internet, show only one kind of vagina leading women to be critical of their own anatomy if it doesn’t fit the ideal. Gemma plans to develop online resources to help young girls and women so they can see the source of their concerns. It would also provide education about the normal wide range of body types and offer help in the form of cognitive behavioural therapy.” At the link right-click “Download Audio” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

League of Nations History 44 mins – “This episode of Whistlestop revisits September 25, 1919 and the collapse of grand speeches for peace delivered by President Wilson.” At the link find the title, “Riding the Oratory Train, Aug, 2017,” right-click “SM8971023867.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Life Extension 45 mins – “A few years ago, Resveratrol a compound found in red wine and dark chocolate, among other foods made a splash in the news as an anti-aging wonder and was soon after seized upon by marketers. But the truth is that research is still in its early stages. Dr. Joseph Baur leads us through the science behind the hype. The bulk of this podcast was recorded live at the June 5, 2012 event “The Science Behind the Hype: Resveratrol in Red Wine and Chocolate,” a part of the Locavore’s Dilemma series. You can download the slides to accompany the lecture here.” At the link find the title, “Getting Behind the Resveratrol Hype, Jun, 2012,” right-click “Media files 316375923-nyasciences-getting-behind-the-resveratrol.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Lightning Injuries 10 mins – “Lightning injuries are rare, but when you do treat a patient they can have facinating presentations. This lecture follows a patient we treated at Vanderbilt. The patient present to a local ED with stroke like symptoms following the lightning strike. Initially, physicians were confused by the presentation, but in this lecture you will learn that his presentation was near textbook. www.burndoc.comAt the link find the title, “Lightning Injuries, May, 2007,” right-click “Media files lightening.mp3” and select “save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Lithium Hazards 21 mins – “Lithium Toxicity and Side Effects – Clinical Considerations for Hospitalists and Acute Care Provider” At the link find the title that’s the same as the description, (Jul 2012), right-click “Media files Lithium Toxicity and Side Effects-Clinical Considerations for Hospitalists and Acute Care Providers.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Liver Disease 46 mins – “In this lecture, Dr. Craig McClain discusses the pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease, treatment, and patient cases. Dr. McClain uses his expertise in nutrition to discuss risk factors and advanced pathophysiology that predispose patients to excess harm from alcohol. He closes with a focus on where the research on treatment is and what the most recent evidence tells us about how we might improve clinical management.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Liver Injury 16 mins – “Hepatotoxicity from antibiotics, NSAIDs, dietary supplements and other sources are explored. Idiosyncratic drug induced immune related and non-immune related injuries are differentiated, which can change treatment. “ At the link find the title, “Acute Liver Injury From Drugs (other than acetaminophen), Apr, 2014,” right-click “Media files Liverinjury from drugs.mp3”and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Long Term Planning 12 mins – “We increasingly make decisions based on short-term goals and gains — an approach that makes the future more uncertain and less safe. How can we learn to think about and plan for a better future in the long term … like, grandchildren-scale long term? Ari Wallach shares three tactics for thinking beyond the immediate.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Lung Diseases 44 mins – “Grand Rounds given by Internal Medicine Chairman, Dr. Jesse Roman. He covers the definition of interstitial lung disease as well as it’s evaluation and management. He also spends time on idiopathic interstitial pneumonia and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Lyme Disease Status 15 mins – “Some researchers and patients say Ottawa’s recent $4 million commitment to fight Lyme disease is targeting the wrong areas.” At the link find the title, “Aug 10: ENCORE | Lyme disease patient argues government funding misguided, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files current_20170810_17476.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Mass Casualties Response 39 mins – “It is Sunday 8.31.08 and for hurricane Gustav is bearing down on the city of New Orleans.  This podcast will discuss the basic elements of disaster planning and management. (This was reposted due to some technical problems with the server.)” At the link right-click “Direct download: MCI.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Medical Test Value 14 mins – “Our whole society views risk in medicine wrongly, argue Jerome Hoffman and Hemal Kanzaria from the University of California Los Angeles. In this podcast they slay some strongly held myths about medicine’s ability to heal, and say that one of our big beliefs, that death is not inevitable, is leading to over treatment.” Click the square with three dots, double-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Memory Loss [2 parts] 41 mins – Dr Gil Porath, Colorado Hospitalist, discusses the source of memory, causes of its alteration, and impact of its loss in this two podcast episode. At the link find the title, “Memory – part 1 – Memory in disease and health, Dec 20, 2014,” right-click “Media files Memorypart1.mp3” and “…part 2, Dec 28, 2014,” “Media files Memory-part1-Memoryindiseaseandhealth.mp3” and select”Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Menieres Disease 16 mins – “A clinical review on thebmj.com looks at Meniere’s disease. One of the review’s authors, Jonny Harcourt, a consultant otologist at Charing Cross Hospital in London, takes us through the pathogenic process and clinical presentation of the disease, its clinical course and prognosis, and what clinical features help to discriminate the condition….” At the link find the title, “The diagnosis and management of Menieres disease, Nov, 2014,” right-click “Media files 176723349-bmjgroup-menieres-disease.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Microbes on Skin 11 mins – “Behold the microscopic jungle in and around you: tiny organisms living on your cheeks, under your sofa and in the soil in your backyard. We have an adversarial relationship with these microbes — we sanitize, exterminate and disinfect them — but according to microbiologist Anne Madden, they’re sources of new technologies and medicines waiting to be discovered. These microscopic alchemists aren’t gross, Madden says — they’re the future.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Money and Kids 30 mins – “Before it looms too large in their lives, kids spend a few years making sense out of money – its made-up symbolism, mysterious behavior, and larger than life power. They see it operating in their parents’ work, at the store, at school and in images of fame and fortune. At its heart, kids understand that money connotes worth, power and freedom – but that it can also empty our lives of meaning and connection. In this episode, we handed the mic over to kids from 5 to 9 years old to discuss the role of money in their lives, and in their imaginations.” At the link find the title, “Get Schooled: Kids and Money, Jun, 2016,” right-click “Media files PNC5571652013.mp3” and select “Save Link as” from the pop-up menu.

Money Management 33 mins – “Baratunde Thurston — comedian, coder, huge-hearted digital innovator, and new supervising producer for The Daily Show — talks about the pursuit of joy (and money), his courageous and wild mom, and what it means when you affix your television to the wall of your apartment. For more inspirational stories, visit madetogrow.com.” At the link find the title, “Who Among Them Are Happy? “ right-click “Media files PNC1238812063.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Money Management by Couples 39 mins – “Young couple and business owners Sam Huff and Meghan Wright talk about navigating different backgrounds in pursuit if their dreams, blowing through their budget, and the incredible power of wine and Excel spreadsheets. For more inspirational stories, visit madetogrow.com.” At the link find the title, “Making Marriage (And Money), Nov, 2015,” right-click “Media files PNC6818584498.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

MRSA Basics 12 mins – “Resistance and virulence mechanisms are discussed. Clinical presentations as well as the difference between colonization and infection are considered. Screening, prevention, and understanding Community Acquired MRSA vs Healthcare Acquired MRSA strains can be challenging, so practical information is presented for the common questions patients, families, and health care workers will often have.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Net Neutrality 44 mins – “Trying to make two highly produced shows at once is hard though! So for my mental health, this month’s Flash Forward is a bit of a remix. The top of the show is new, it’s an interview with Kit Walsh, who is a staff attorney at Electronic Frontier Foundation where she works on free speech, net neutrality, copyright, coders’ rights, and other issues that relate to freedom of expression and access to knowledge. Then, you’ll hear a remixed version of an old episode about the future of the internet, and what it would take for us to abandon the world wide web.” At the link find the title, “Down For Everyone Not Just You, Au g, 2017,” right-click “Media filesmedia.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Neural Network P1 46 mins – “We dig deep into neural networks and AI as it pertains to Tesla. Neural networks have been in the news with Tesla’s full self-driving announcements. We discuss the history of neural networks, deep learning and AI. The advantages of neural networks and why they have come into more prominence recently. And we talk about our own efforts to build a car detection neural network. See our results here: http://theteslashow.com/neural-network-imagesAt the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As”from the pop-up menu.

Neural Network P2 56 mins – “We continue our conversation on neural networks and deep learning. We dig into the major automotive players who are using neural networks and deep learning in their approaches. We cover what Comma.ai is up to, Mobileye’s point of view, Nvidia and their OS for self driving cars and how Tesla is already using them to power Autopilot and will be integral in Enhanced Autopilot and Self-Driving.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As”from the pop-up menu.  

New Yorker Art Director 9 mins – “Meet Françoise Mouly, The New Yorker’s art director. For the past 24 years, she’s helped decide what appears on the magazine’s famous cover, from the black-on-black depiction of the Twin Towers the week after 9/11 to a recent, Russia-influenced riff on the magazine’s mascot, Eustace Tilley. In this visual retrospective, Mouly considers how a simple drawing can cut through the torrent of images that we see every day and elegantly capture the feeling (and the sensibility) of a moment in time. At the link right-click “MP3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ocean Pollution Impact 9mins – “As we keep pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, more of it is dissolving in the oceans, leading to drastic changes in the water’s chemistry. Triona McGrath researches this process, known as ocean acidification, and in this talk she takes us for a dive into an oceanographer’s world. Learn more about how the “evil twin of climate change” is impacting the ocean — and the life that depends on it.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Online Abuse 60 mins – “Author and journalist Tara Moss addresses the National Press Club in Canberra on the subject of cyber-bullying.” At the link find the title, “National Press Club: Tara Moss, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files NPCc_Moss_0908_512k.mp4” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-u menu.

Opiate Pain Control 19 mins – At the link find the title, “Opiate Analgesic Pain Control, May, 2015,” right-click “Media files Morgans_Opiate_pain_control.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Parkinsons and Tremors 53 mins – “Dr. LaFaver presents Movement Disorders by first explaining the spectrum of hyperkinetic movement disorders from myoclonus to dystonia and how their movements differ among them as well as what movements are classified between hypokinetic and hyperkinetic movements. She then explains the phenomenology of movements and how to describe them before going into detail about the differences between Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Pharmacogenetics 57 mins – “Kristen takes a look at adverse drug reactions occurring secondary to identifiable genetic risk factors. She looks at the evidence supporting genetic testing, common mutations (Cyp phenotypes), and how to decide whom to test.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Zave Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Physician Burnout 30 mins – “ Eric Baker presents Physician Burnout by first discussing burnout in terms of psychology from occupational burnout to job burnout. He then explains statistics involved with physician burnout through various graphs and charts comparing different scenarios from med students and residents compared to the general population as well as how burnout differs between physicians. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more information, see our citation page. Disclaimers ©2016 LouisvilleLectures.org

Political Polarization 49 mins – “How can we bridge the gap between left and right to have a wiser, more connected political conversation? Journalist Gretchen Carlson and op-ed columnist David Brooks share insights on the tensions at the heart of American politics today — and where we can find common ground. Followed by a rousing performance of “America the Beautiful” by Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Poverty Definition 33 mins – “Dr. Donna Beegle is the founder of a consulting firm that works to break the cycle of poverty in America. Here, Dr. Beegle talks about her uncommon life as migrant-worker, welfare-recipient and homeless mother. She discusses how our economic future may not rest in the hands of experts with money, but in the untapped genius of those without.” At the link find the title, “Breaking the Cycle: Dr. Donna Beegle, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files PPY9566976248.mp3” and select “Save Link As: from the pop-up menu.

Prisons for Profit 74 mins – “In 2016, the Obama administration declared that the federal government would begin phasing out the use of private, for-profit prisons in the justice system. This move came in response to a Justice Department report that showed private prisons did not save money and were less safe than public facilities. In early 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded this decision. Today, the debate continues: Should the American criminal justice system include private, for-profit entities? Or should the prison system at the state and federal levels be run by the government? Join our panelists for a conversation about the state of the American criminal justice system and private prisons….” At the link find the title,”For-Profit Punishment? The Private Prison Question, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files cc_20170718_Inforum For Profit Punishment Podcast.mp3”and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Pulmonary Cases 37 mins – “Dr. Frederick Rosenblum covers a series of pulmonology cases from basic pulmonary diagnoses to cases masquerading as pulmonary and pulmonary cerebral syndromes. This is a fast-paced, clinically-relevant lecture!” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Pulmonary Embolism P1 18 mins – “The topics covered are D-Dimer testing, false positive over-diagnosis of PE on CT scanning, the ADJUST-PE study, and clinical signs and symptoms of a pulmonary embolism.” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Pulmonary Embolism P2 15 mins – “The treatment challenges of subsegmental pulmonary embolism, with emphasis on the 2016 guidelines are reviewed. Ventilation/perfusion (V/Q) scan interpretations in those unable to get a CT scan are considered.” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Pulmonary Embolism P3 18 mins – “Understanding what causes hypotension in PE is essential to understanding the severity of the situation. The relevance of the stressed right ventricle is emphasized. Thrombolytic therapy for hypotension and other clinical scenarios resulting from pulmonary embolism are contemplated.” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Pulmonary Embolism P4 24 mins – “The use of Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filters and the length of anticoagulation in unprovoked DVT/PE are considered. A rant about hyper-coagulable panels in provoked DVT/PE is opined.” At the link click “Download” then double click “Download” on the pop-up screen to get the pop-up file.

Racial Concepts 30 mins – “Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Robert Gardiner discusses the issues of race in his Reith series entitled ‘A World of Peoples’. Born in Ghana, he has worked as the Head of the Ghana Civil Service, is a former Deputy Executive Secretary for the Economic Commission for Africa and has authored the book ‘Development of Social Administration’. In this lecture entitled ‘Contemporary Racial Moods’, Robert Gardiner explains why the concept of race resists precise definition and why race theorists persist in searching for proofs of racial differences in mentality. He explores myths which purport to explain racial differences by investigating past history and current frustrations. He provides examples of misconceived ideas by both white and black people and asks, how much of the colour conflict is due to fear? And if these fears were gone, would there be a chance of solving racial problems?” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As from the pop-up menu.

Radio Telescope Uses 15 mins – “Our universe is strange, wonderful and vast, says astronomer Natasha Hurley-Walker. A spaceship can’t carry you into its depths (yet) — but a radio telescope can. In this mesmerizing talk, Hurley-Walker shows how she probes the mysteries of the universe using special technology that reveals light spectrums we can’t see.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Ransomeware Attacks 30 mins – “WannaCry’s widespread cyber attack on more than 200,000 computers all over the world made headlines – but only a few people remember a similar attack, named The AIDS Trojan, almost 30 years earlier… In this episode of Malicious Life, we go deep into the world of ransomware to examine its roots, the tools used and developed for these extortions, and the methods utilized.” At the link find the title, “Malicious Life, Episode 5: The Roots of Evil, Aug, 2017,” right-click “Media files ML_EP5.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Refugees and Technologies 35 mins – “The gadget that saved a refugee in the middle of the Aegean Sea, how an agent uses technology to patrol the U.S. border with Mexico, and how a journalist in exile broadcasts the news with WhatsApp. Listen, decode, and decide: Can technology crossing borders save us?” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Refugee Resilience 15 mins – ““We have seen advances in every aspect of our lives — except our humanity,” says Luma Mufleh, a Jordanian immigrant and Muslim of Syrian descent who founded the first accredited school for refugees in the United States. Mufleh shares stories of hope and resilience, explaining how she’s helping young people from war-torn countries navigate the difficult process of building new homes. Get inspired to make a personal difference in the lives of refugees with this powerful talk.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Research Fraud 12 mins – “Research fraud, the deliberate falsification of research data, undermines science and can lead to horrible outcomes, as exemplified by Andrew Wakefield and the MMR/Autism scandal. A new Head to Head in The BMJ sets out the case for and against making research fraud a crime. Arguing yes is Prof. Zulfiqar Bhutta, from the Hospital for Sick Children…” At the link find the title, “Should research fraud be a criminal offence? Jul” right-click “Media files 158806647-bmjgroup-should-research-fraud-be-a-criminal-offence.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Rickettesia 44 mins – “Dr. Raghuram review common rickettsial diseases (Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Typhus, Mediterranean Spotted Fever, African Tick Bite Fever, and less common species) with a focus on board review. She delves into geography, vectors and pathophysiology of these diseases as well as discussing common look-a-like diseases.” At the link right-click Download Episode” and select”Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Russian Interference Penalty 48 mins – “At this point, it’s widely accepted that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election; the question now is what the United States should do about it. At Third Way, Mieke Eoyang, Evelyn Farkas, Ben Freeman, and Gary Ashcroft have a new paper on the subject, titled “The Last Straw: Responding to Russia’s Anti-Western Aggression.” Mieke and Evelyn came to the studio to talk with Benjamin Wittes about their proposals, which range from sanctions to FARA reforms.” At the link right-click “Direct download: Episode_238.mp3” and select “Save Link As’ from the pop-up menu.

Salary Negotiations 9 mins – “Your boss probably isn’t paying you what you’re worth — instead, they’re paying you what they think you’re worth. Take the time to learn how to shape their thinking. Pricing consultant Casey Brown shares helpful stories and learnings that can help you better communicate your value and get paid for your excellence.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Saying No P1 28 mins – “Can learning to say “No” make you a better employee? A better leader? A better person? In our inaugural episode, The Drawing Board explores the art of saying “No” to create better products and programs. The idea was first popularized by Steve Jobs nearly 20 years ago; we explore it today with: author Carmine Gallo (4:30), Navy Secretary Ray Mabus (10:00), psychologist and CEO coach Camille Preston (17:00). Learn how resisting the urge to say “Yes” can help you optimize both your work and your personal life.” At the link find the title, “Episode 1: The Art of “No”, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 330801115-thedrawingboardbyudacity-episode-1-the-art-of-no.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Saying No P2 37 mins “In Episode 1: The Art of “No,” we talked with former Secretary of the Navy during the Obama administration, Ray Mabus. In that episode, we aired only a portion of the full audio. But it was such a profound interview that we decided to air the raw audio in its entirety. In this interview, Sec. Mabus talks about the challenges of prioritizing projects, education, equal rights in the military and more.” At the link find the title, ‘Episode 1.5: Obama Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 330802400-thedrawingboardbyudacity-episode-15-obama-navy-secretary-ray-mabus.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Self Driving Vehicles 58 mins – “We continue our discussion of self-driving vehicles. We dig into the regulations in place today and what’s needed to allow self-driving on the roads. We also chat about the impact they will have on the insurance market. And we dig into how self-driving will change what we think of as a car – from small pods all the way to hotel rooms on wheels.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.  

Sepsis P1 35 mins – “Sepsis is a common cause of death in the intensive care unit. In this episode I present some of the statistics on septic deaths, introduce the definitions, and present the basic science. Part 2 will cover fluid and drug therapy for septic shock.” At the link find the title “Sepsis – Part 1, Dec, 2007,” right-click “Media files Sepsis_prt1.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Sepsis P2 34 mins – “In this episode we discuss that ICU care of the patient with sepsis. This includes an introduction to various vasopressors.” At the link find the title, “Sepsis – Part 2, Feb, 2008,” right-click “Media files sepsis_prt2.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Smoke Inhalation 46 mins – “Smoke Inhalation injuries can be deadly.  This episode explains why smoke can be so deadly, and how to care for those patients with suspected smoke inhalation injuries.” At the link right-click “Direct download: POD_ICR_Smoke11.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Solar City 44 mins – “We explore the proposed Tesla acquisition of SolarCity. What is SolarCity? Why does Tesla want SolarCity? Why is the market against the deal? Is it a good idea for Tesla?” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu. 

Solar City Misunderstanding 51 mins – “We discuss the SolarCity acquisition and its implications for Tesla. SolarCity has been pretty misunderstood due to their unique business model, so we unpack how their business works and why it’s special. We also discuss the origins of the company and why the two companies are a great fit for each other.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Solar Eclipses 12 mins – “On August 21, 2017, the moon’s shadow raced from Oregon to South Carolina in what some consider to be the most awe-inspiring spectacle in all of nature: a total solar eclipse. Umbraphile David Baron chases these rare events across the globe, and in this ode to the bliss of seeing the solar corona, he explains why you owe it to yourself to witness one, too.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Spam Threat 31 mins – “In this episode of Malicious Life, we take a look at one of the oldest forms of criminal activity on the web- the spam empires of the 90’s and 2000’s. Find out how these multi-million dollar industries operated, how they served as a half step towards the organized online crime groups of the modern age, and what price was paid by those who tried to stop them. With special guest- Stephen Cobb.” At the link find the title, “Malicious Life, Episode 3: Big Cannons, Jul, 2017,” right-click “Media files ML_EP3.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

St Bernard Project 19 mins – “Reese May is an Iraq veteran and financial literacy advocate for survivors of natural disaster. He talks to SuChin Pak about how to make a living from a life of service. For more inspirational stories, visit madetogrow.com.” At the link find the title, “In The Face of No-Matter-What, Dec, 2015,” right-click “Media files PNC5843210018.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Stroke Complications 58 mins – “Dr. Kerri Remmel is the Chief of Vascular Neurology at the University of Louisville. She has been recognized both at the state and national levels for her work in creating the first stroke center in Kentucky as well as the quality of care provided for patients with stroke. In this lecture, Dr. Remmel addresses emergency care of patients with stroke.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Stuxnet Virus 26 mins – “Where armies once fought with bullets and bombs, they now engage in clandestine, invisible warfare. In 2010 a virus was discovered that would change the world’s perception of cyber warfare forever. Dubbed Stuxnet, this malicious piece of code has a single focus- to stop to development of Iran’s nuclear program. Part one of this three part series sets us off in exploring the first major battle of the cyberwar- the Stuxnet worm.With special guests: Andrew Ginter, and Blake Sobczak.” At the link find the title, “Malicious Life, episode 7: Stuxnet, part 1, A” right-click “Media files ML_Stuxnet_Ep01_MST.mp3”and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Surveillance Cameras 37 mins – “A small city known for its Amish population and surveillance cameras, an old lady in Northern Ireland who watches video feeds in Brazil and getting footage from the fin of a shark. Listen, decode, and decide: Can watching save us?“ At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow at the end of the sound bar and select “Save Link As” to get the audio file.

Syncope 35 mins – “In this lecture, Dr. Charlene Mitchell discusses the etiology, evaluation, and workup of syncope in different age groups. She goes on to further discuss a guidelines based approach to diagnosis and pursuit of treatment options (including discharge to home, when appropriate).” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tamponade 35 mins – “Dr. Lorrel Brown returns to discuss tamponade cardiac physiology (including demystifying pulsus pardoxus). She continues to cover the differentiation of constrictive and restrictive cardiomyopathies. This action-packed lecture concludes with stress cardiomyopathy and HFpEF (heart failure with preserved ejection fraction).” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tech Company Thought Control 16 mins – “A handful of people working at a handful of tech companies steer the thoughts of billions of people every day, says design thinker Tristan Harris. From Facebook notifications to Snapstreaks to YouTube autoplays, they’re all competing for one thing: your attention. Harris shares how these companies prey on our psychology for their own profit and calls for a design renaissance in which our tech instead encourages us to live out the timeline we want.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Tesla Batteries P1 43 mins – “We discuss Tesla Energy’s newest deployment of 400 Powerpacks at Southern California Edison’s Mira Loma Substation. We unpack the sizable impact Tesla’s utility scale storage will have on the electric grid. Also, how Tesla energy benefits programs like Model 3 and future Gigafactories.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tesla Batteries P2 44 mins – “In Part 2 of our battery episode we continue our discussion with Bernard Kim. We cover all sorts of topics. Why does capacity and thus range go down over time? Why can you brick a Tesla? What are the limits to the speed you can charge a battery? Does the rumbling from a Tesla cause any issue for the batteries? How can we know a battery will actually last for 10 years or more? How new developments in precise measurement instruments impacts the ability to iterate on new chemistries. As well as what is coming next in lithium ion batteries, how much innovation is chemistry limited, vs. manufacturing capability limited.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.  

Tesla Battery Supercharger 37 mins – “We unpack everything Supercharger – their history, how they work, where they are, what they are, and what the Model 3 launch will mean for Supercharging.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tesla Gigafactory 48 mins – “We discuss the interesting information that came out of Tesla’s recent Gigafactory grand opening. From the next car Tesla will unveil, to plans for ships, to the new battery format Tesla is pioneering.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tesla Powerpacks 35 mins – “We discuss Tesla Energy’s newest deployment of 400 Powerpacks at Southern California Edison’s Mira Loma Substation. We unpack the sizable impact Tesla’s utility scale storage will have on the electric grid. Also, how Tesla energy benefits programs like Model 3 and future Gigafactories.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Tesla Solar Roof 37 mins – “We discuss the Tesla Powerwall 2 and Solar Roof unveil and the implications for Tesla.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.  

Thyroid Disease 50 mins – “Dr. Sathya Krishnasamy presents cases to illuminate the physiology of thyroid disease including hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and thyroid nodules. ” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ultrasound in Medicine 45 mins – “For internists not inclined towards cardiology or critical care, an ultrasound migh be merely a diagnostic test to be ordered. Research and expertise in this field are expanding rapidly, however, and an affordable handheld ultrasound that can easily be carried in a white coat is likely not many years away. In this lecture, Dr. Nunley discusses the basic principles, physics, and ideas behind ultrasound to give a baseline for moving forward with additional training. Dr. Nunley is a Professor of Medicine on faculty at the University of Louisville. He is the Clinical Director of the Lung Transplant Program at Louisville and is a teaching attending in the MICU. He has received multiple awards from national organizations including UNOS, American College of Chest Physicians and American College of Critical Care Medicine.” At the link right-click “Download Episode” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Undocumented Alien 41 mins – “Cultural integration isn’t synonymous with financial integration… In this three-act story, we hear from our host SuChin Pak, first generation Indian-American Santhosh Daniel, and until-recently undocumented Venezuelan immigrant Daniel Alejandro Leon-Davis, about how to survive—and thrive—in our vibrant, complicated and sometimes inscrutable American economy.” At the link find the title, “Practical Dreamers : Immigration and Financial Assimilation, Jun, 2016,” right-click “Media files PNC7876155386.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Video for Grief 10 mins – “When Amy Green’s young son was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor, she made up a bedtime story for his siblings to teach them about cancer. What resulted was a video game, “That Dragon, Cancer,” which takes players on a journey they can’t win. In this beautiful talk about coping with loss, Green brings joy and play to tragedy. “We made a game that’s hard to play,” she says, “because the hardest moments of our lives change us more than any goal we could ever accomplish.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

Virtual Reality 36 mins – “A therapist who creates virtual reality experiences for people with dangerous disorders, a grandmother who uses a headset to escape her surroundings and Ernest Cline on virtual reality in fact and fiction. Listen, decode, and decide: Can alternate realities save us?” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Water Contamination in Australia 7 mins – “Nitrates contaminate drinking water in communities throughout Australia. The Western Desert Kidney Project studied the Goldfields region of Western Australia and found clusters of multiple chronic illness linked to contaminated water.  For the last decade, the WA Govt has issued water safety exemptions allowing towns large and small to use bore water with nitrate concentrations above safe levels. Now there is an epidemic of kidney problems. Jeff McMullen reports.” At the link right-click “Download Audio” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Zika Cure 15 mins – “Where did Zika come from, and what can we do about it? Molecular biologist Nina Fedoroff takes us around the world to understand Zika’s origins and how it spread, proposing a controversial way to stop the virus — and other deadly diseases — by preventing infected mosquitoes from multiplying.” At the link right-click “Low” in the “Download” column and select “Save” from the pop-up screen.

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