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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Brooks. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Brooks, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Brooks. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Brooks, often where they are interviewed.

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The Great Debate #16: Israel - Palestine w/ Daniel Brooks & Mohammad Faraj

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Friends from around the world, welcome to  The Great Debate

The topics of this debate will be
1. Zionism
2. Power Dynamics
3. Reconciliation
4. Community Questions

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★ MEET THE DEBATERS ★
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Daniel Brooks is the founder and a current board member of 3GNY, a non-profit organization for the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors whose mission is to educate the public on their families' stories and lessons of the Holocaust. As an Israel advocate, he has organized demonstrations, spoken on panels, and written op-eds in the Times of Israel. Daniel is currently Associate Director of Fuel for Truth and an educator with Club Z, both non-profit organizations dedicated to Israel education.
Get in touch with Daniel:
FB: https://m.facebook.com/daniel.brooks.524381

Club-Z socials
Website: https://clubz.org/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/clubzteens/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/club_z_teens/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/clubzteens

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Mohammad Faraj is a Palestinian-American that has lived both in Palestine and New York. He is currently a Graduate Student at Brooklyn College for Bilingual Childhood Education. He dedicates his free time discussing various topics including the Palestine-Israel conflict and advocating for humane solutions to the conflict.
Get in touch with Mohammad
FB: https://www.facebook.com/mohammad.faraj.75/
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TikTok: @adarweinreb
Email: adarweinreb@gmail.com

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Sep 21 2020 · 1hr 52mins
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Conversations with Daniel Brooks (Engineer Extraordinaire)

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When it comes to engineering Daniel Brooks Reigns Supreme. Learning from the likes of Steve Albini, Working with artists such as JoJo, the Marías, Shaboozey, Dark Dazey, and Julio Slim, and just by being a genuinely awesome and hilarious person, I am extremely grateful to have this interview and to be able to work with him on the podcast!

If you want to learn more about Daniel check him out here:

https://www.instagram.com/brooks_skoorb/

If you want to work with him check out his website:

https://www.goddesssoundla.com/

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Sep 10 2020 · 1hr 4mins

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Daniel Brooks: An Uncompromising Commitment to Liveness

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Jillian speaks with Daniel Brooks, one of Canada’s foremost directors and inaugural Siminovitch Prize laureate, about his expansive and unyielding devotion to process and his ethos (with longtime collaborator Daniel MacIvor) of maximum preparedness, maximum spontaneity. Also: trusting the intuition of your body as a director.
Jul 30 2020 · 47mins
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535 Daniel Brooks, Author of The Stockholm Paradigm

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On Daniel Brooks: Professor emeritus, University of Toronto, fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and Research Fellow of the Manter Laboratory of Parasitology, University of Nebraska State Museum. Working for the past decade as a free-lance consultant on the evolutionary biology of climate change and emerging disease (current major project with the Hungarian National Institute of Ecology).

The crisis of emerging disease has been a century and a half in the making. Human, veterinary and crop health practitioners convinced themselves that disease could be controlled by medicating the sick, vaccinating those at risk, and eradicating the parts of the biosphere responsible for disease transmission. Most climate scientists made no connection between climate changes and disease. A new understanding of the evolution of pathogen-host systems, called the Stockholm Paradigm, explains what is happening. The planet is a minefield of pathogens with pre-existing capacity to infect susceptible but unexposed hosts, needing only the opportunity to come into contact with them. Climate change has always been the major catalyst for such new opportunities, through disrupting local ecosystem structure and allowing pathogens and hosts to move to new ecosystems. Once pathogens expand to new hosts, novel pathogen variants may emerge, each with new capacities to infect hosts. Mathematical models and real-world examples uniformly support the conceptual framework. Emerging disease is thus one of the climate change-related threat multipliers confronting humanity. The universe of risk is thus enormous and climate change is the trigger - time is short, danger is great, we are unprepared. Emerging diseases cost humanity more than a trillion dollars per year in treatment and lost productivity. The Stockholm Paradigm also offers hope. Embodied in the DAMA (document, assess, monitor, act) protocol, we can “anticipate to mitigate” emerging disease, buying time and saving money while we search for more effective ways to cope with this challenge.

You can find Alicia Juarrero's episode here, and learn more about Vector Analytica.

Mar 25 2020 · 1hr 17mins

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Ep 89 - The Culture Map - Book Club with Daniel Brooks

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Are you currently staying indoors? Well to comfort you here at the Eden Gathering Podcast, we are joined by returning guest Daniel Brooks!

He's here to talk all about his favourite book in the whole world, The Culture Map by Erin Meyer.


Eden is a place where we can explore our personal narratives in three different environments. A monthly event, get togethers over food and doing "good" in the community.


Next Eden Gathering is on 2nd March / 7pm - 9:30 PM LOCATION: Costa Coffee - Unit 5, Meadow Centre, Wilkes Way, Stowmarket IP14 1DE


Stay Connected:

Instagram: @EdenGathering

Twitter: @GatheringEden


Ben Lasky, Insta/Twitter @BenjaminLasky

Alex Laver, Insta/Twitter @AlexLaver

Mar 16 2020 · 25mins
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Episode 16 - Household Hazardous Waste with Daniel Brooks

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Dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) like paint, chemicals, and batteries safely by bringing those items to the I-66 Transfer Station on West Ox Road or the I-95 Landfill in Lorton. If you don’t know what an item is, bring it to one of these locations and qualified employees will figure out how to dispose of it in environmentally friendly ways. It's easy and free for Fairfax County residents.
Mar 04 2020 ·
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Ep 80 - Moving to Croatia - An Interview with Daniel Brooks

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We’re back and this week on the Eden Gathering Podcast we’re joined by Daniel “The Rory (why is he called Rory)” Brooks!!! He’s here to talk about his move to Croatia and all that. Eden is a place where we can explore our personal narratives in three different environments. A monthly event, get togethers over food and doing "good" in the community.

Next Eden Gathering is on 6th February / 7pm - 9:30 PM LOCATION: Costa Coffee - Unit 5, Meadow Centre, Wilkes Way, Stowmarket IP14 1DE

Stay Connected:
Instagram: @EdenGathering
Twitter: @GatheringEden

Ben Lasky, Insta/Twitter @BenjaminLasky
Alex Laver, Insta/Twitter @AlexLaver
Jan 18 2020 · 26mins
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Daniel Brooks 106

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Daniel Brooks joins the Thieves over Scotch and cigars to discuss artist management, the music business, and Daniel's artist Brenna Beatty, whose family moved to Nashville to support her music career. The Thieves also discuss Answer restaurant, H. Clark Distillery, and Southern accents.

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Dec 20 2018 · 32mins
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E03 Levels of organisation in biology: A heuristic approach | Dr Daniel Brooks

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When you picture different levels of organisation in the biological world, what is it that springs to mind? For a lot of us it is a picture that probably expands from bottom upwards, something like: molecules –>cells –>tissues –>organs –>organ systems –>organisms. Most of us will have encountered this way of thinking about biological levels first in some introductory biology textbook somewhere along the way. This is related to what is sometimes called the “layer cake” model of biological organisation: all of biology is seen as layered into such levels, different theories that apply at each level, and there is some way of translating between them that shows how the upper levels reduce to lower ones.

However, this way of thinking about levels in biology actually comes with a lot of problems, and has been widely criticised. How, then, to best think about different “levels” in biology? What do scientists mean when they use language like this, and what role do such concepts play in shaping the process of biological science? This episode, we were joined by philosopher Dr Daniel Brooks from the University of Cincinnati, to tell us more about the significance of “levels” concepts in biology.

You can read more on this topic by Dr Daniel Brooks and Dr Markus Eronen at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy page, Levels of Biological Organisation. Give their recent paper The significance of levels of organization for scientific research: A heuristic approach a read and follow Dr Brooks’ research here.

Thank you for tuning in to BioViews! Keep an ear out for our next episode, where we will be joined by Juliette Ferry-Danini, who will be talking about humanistic approaches to understanding illness.

Subscribe to the Bioviews podcast by email, or follow us on Twitter @BioViewsHPS.

Bye for now!

Aug 06 2018 · 21mins
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Hypothermic and hyperthermic emergencies by toxicologist Dr. Daniel Brooks

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Dr. Daniel Brooks, attending toxicologist at Banner University Medical Center toxicology fellowship discusses hypothermic and hyperthermic emergencies. This talk was originally recorded on 11/30/2016.

Please note the views and opinions expressed in this recording do not represent the position of Maricopa Integrated Health System or any other institution or party.

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18 March 2017
Mar 19 2017 · 49mins
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