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I visited Harvard Radio while on tour to play a few songs & chat! 0:14 - re: 6:05 - mirrors 13:46 - vision Be sure to follow me on all my social media platforms! For all things FEE LION: https://www.facebook.com/FEELIONmusic/ https://www.instagram.com/1800feelion/ https://soundcloud.com/fee-lion https://twitter.com/1800FEELION https://1-800-fee-lion.tumblr.com ph x Kohl Murdock @1800feelion #feelion #1800feelion
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Freakonomics Radio 6/28/17 - The Harvard President Will See You Now (Rebroadcast) How a pain-in-the-neck girl from rural Virginia came to run the most powerful university in the world. Help us meet the Freakonomics Radio listener challenge. If 500 of you become sustaining members at just $7/month before June 30th we'll unlock an additional $25,000 from the Tow Foundation.
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Michael Maccoby is an American an pyschoanalyst and anthropologist globally recognized as an expert on leadership for his research, writing and projects to improve organizations and work. He has authored or co-authored 15 books and consulted to companies, governments, the World Bank, unions, research and development centers and laboratories, universities and orphanages or taught in 36 countries. He also is my uncle-in-law. I interview him about his youth and what drove him to become an author - we will be doing more interviews together. He talks about how his father got him interested in other religions, his radio show when he was 15 years old and his time at Harvard Oxford. Michael Maccoby's latest book Strategic Intelligence about how changes in technology, customer demands, competition ...
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Richard Shireby demonstrates the Harvard H402MPA UK FM CB radio from 1981. "Mr Chippie" drives away from base as usual in these demo videos & goes the wrong side of a hill in poor terrain for radio; same route every test. Will the radio work for the full 6 miles? No, it drops out after about 3 1/2 miles, then picks back up again at the 6 & 6.5 mile points. However, after extensive receiver repairs, I will just check rx alignment once again & see if I can improve on the 0.7uV attained in the 'normal' alignment this radio received following repair.
Anouk Lorie hosts Prof. Helen Haste, Prof. Ryan Enos and Prof. James Sidanius discussing psychology and decision making. For more from IDC radio: http://idc-radio.com The IDC radio on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IDC.International.Radio The IDC radio station is operating under the Sammy Ofer Communications School studios at the IDC Herzliya. http://portal.idc.ac.il/sites/communications_new/en/Communications/Pages/default.aspx
josh allain - drums jeff ausura - bass matt chieffo - guitar
A quick look at a classic "walkie talkie" from the early 1980`s.
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Tiniest Radio Technology invented at Harvards (science projects). Bringing you the latest technology video of 2016. Watch Fast N Facts @ FNF News for Latest Tech News. christmas songs played at Harvard University on the tiniest radio. the voice from beyond - future technology for the space and humans. Listen your favourite Christmas songs on Diamond Radio. Diamond Radio is the smallest in the world and is invented by Harvard University team. Physicists at Harvard University have built a radio receiver out of building blocks the size of two atoms. It is, almost certainly, the tiniest radio receiver in the world (smallest in the world). A tiny radio receiver built from components the size of two atoms. It emits a signal as red light, which is then converted into an electrical current a...
Mysterious flashes could be alien spacecraft at work, Harvard scientists say. A newly published research suggests that mysterious phenomena called fast radio bursts could be evidence of advanced alien technology. Specifically, these bursts might be leakage from planet-sized transmitters powering interstellar probes in distant galaxies. "Fast radio bursts are exceedingly bright given their short duration and origin at great distances, and we haven't identified a possible natural source with any confidence," said theorist Avi Loeb of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. "An artificial origin is worth contemplating and checking." https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/ As the name implies, fast radio bursts are millisecond-long flashes of radio emission. First discovered in 2007, fewer th...
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