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Season 3 is about starting a technology company. The proposed internet platform is one in which elected officials can keep a daily podcast, post topics and decisions to be voted on by their constituents, and publish their schedule with a description of each person they met with. Mitch is looking for collaborators and investors and believes this could be the first step to real campaign finance reform. Furthermore the platform will make government officials transparent and accountable to the p ...
 
Online film critic and wannabe raconteur Tony Black brings you his very own personal movie podcast, BLACK HOLE CINEMA. In this show, Black talks film - pure and simple. He'll be delivering thoughts on the newest films out there & talk movies in all their forms. Tune in and let his silky Midlands voice entertain you, with the help of certain film loving friends & colleagues - online, in real life and maybe even imaginary. Dim the lights, cue the projector, and roll camera...
 
Do you like drunken, belligerent, loud, poor quality podcasts where everyone talks over everyone with run-on sentences? Well, have we got a show for you! This is Entering the Black Hole with Rick and Anthony , originally an anti-religion - science oriented podcast. We were "borne" from the News Junkie app, specifically the chat room function. We interview local chatters here in the Orlando area and talk about whatever is going on in their/our live's at the time. We are still a new show and f ...
 
TBH Beyond Borders is a one of a kind student run podcast that that features honest conversations with students from different countries and backgrounds about their nation's' history, culture, people, as well as their personal experiences as an International Student. The podcast focuses on cultivating a sense of community amongst international students based on shared experiences, promotes diversity and celebrates inspiring student stories. The Black Hole is a news show based in 2100's on th ...
 
Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond (B Cubed) is a collaborative project between The Daily Princetonian and Princeton Insights. The show releases 3 episodes monthly: one longer episode as part of the Insights partnership, and two shorter episodes independently created by the 'Prince.' This show is produced by Senna Aldoubosh '25 under the 146th Board of the 'Prince.' Insights producers are Crystal Lee, Addie Minerva, and Thiago Tarraf Varella. This show is a reimagined version of the show former ...
 
Have you ever been curious about those obscure movies you come across while scrolling through Netflix? Do you wonder whether or not one of these “sub-par” films is worth two hours of your time? In this podcast, we dive into the black holes of Netflix and explore these films so you don’t have to! Join us as we discuss some of the worst films that Netflix has to offer! Check out our blog: http://podcastlab.byu.edu/podcast/the-black-holes-of-netflix/
 
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This episode begins with Bill Earl and Dead Eddy's rendition of a classic Shell Oil jingle. They wanted to start with this corporation in light of their opening of a large ethane cracker facility that is causing bad air quality in Pittsburgh. Then Bill and Eddy tell stories about college. Eddy talks about an elite secret society at the University o…
 
Mitch aka Dead Eddy and Bill Earl introduce season 6 of the Black Hole Podcast. They read a script about a video they want to make to introduce their new project. The project involves releasing corporate jingles with their own twist. All proceeds will go toward creating videos that help people understand what is illegal in the United States. This s…
 
Mitch talks about the best way he believes autonomous vehicles should be deployed. It involves a federal effort of adding an extra lane to the interstate highway system. This lane would have data cable for autonomous vehicles, and wireless charging capabilities for electric vehicles. The program would also put solar panels under the surface of the …
 
In this episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond, Senna Aldoubosh and Lina Kim sit down with Dr. Andrés Monroy-Hernández, a professor in the Computer Science department to learn more about Social Computing. Dr. Monroy-Hernández discusses his journey into CS, creative uses for AI, and addressing AI biases. This episode of Brains, Black Holes, and …
 
In this episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond, Senna Aldoubosh and Ketevan Shavdia sit with Dr. Cameron A. Myhrvold, an assistant professor in the Molecular Biology at Princeton, to discuss his research on using CRISPR to develop new technologies to detect pathogens. Dr. Myhrvold discusses his experience as a Princeton undergraduate, his devel…
 
In this episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond, Thiago Tarraf Varella sits down with Princeton researcher Dr. Jamey R. Szalay to discuss the science behind Jupiter's auroras. Dr. Szalay also discusses exciting breakthroughs being made by Juno's Stellar Reference Unit in learning about Europa, one of Jupiter's moons. This episode of Brains, Blac…
 
Mitch tells a story about how there are no longer oil gauges in newer vehicles. He updates on the status of Trafnet. Currently we are looking for board members for the non-profit. Mitch also updates on the clothing line Utica B and possible future projects he may pursue in the new year. Thanks for listening. Support the show…
 
Mitch does another episode for Halloween. He talks about his ideas for reducing traffic by organizing efforts around replacing gas lines and lead water lines in certain neighborhoods. He also proposes a parking valet task force for when cars must be moved for construction. A city run task force moves you vehicle for you rather than ticketing and to…
 
In this special episode of The Highlights, we interview Chino Eke, an undergraduate senior in the Neuroscience department. We discuss his senior thesis research, which was done with his advisor Professor Elizabeth Gould, a professor and researcher in the Princeton Neuroscience department focused on brain plasticity. Chino’s paper investigates two t…
 
Mitch explains how Professional sports teams can use magnets and stickers on the backs of season ticket holder's vehicles to streamline traffic after games thereby lowering emissions on game day. He also introduces a new alcohol shot called "The Black Hole Shot". See if your local tavern will make you one today. Thanks for listening. Support the sh…
 
Mitch explains his concept for a non-profit dedicated to reducing traffic. Mitch believes that simple printed magnets on the rear of vehicles explaining their rush hour destination will help organize and streamline traffic. By coordinating with downtown business we can shave minutes off of everyone's commute. Mitch also goes into a concept for rura…
 
In this special episode of Princeton Insights: The Highlights, we interview show host Thiago Tarraf Varella, a third year graduate student in the Psychology department. We discuss his research, which was done with his advisor, Dr. Asif Ghazanfar, a professor and researcher in the Princeton Psychology Department focused on developmental and evolutio…
 
The underground artist and host Mitch Miller talks equal pay, streaming services, and wireless sensitivity on this episode of the Black Hole. Tune in to hear an update of the Alma Voter platform and how UPMC should pay its doctors equally as well as its nurses equally. Contact Mitch if you would like him to help you make a commercial for your busin…
 
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