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I dreamed about an unusual and beautiful cat named Violet. In this 9.5-minute episode, I'll tell you about the dream and how I analyzed it. http://www.dreambible.com/ Thank you to Peter Marin for allowing me to use your recording of "Autumn Leaves.": https://music.apple.com/mn/album/autumn-leaves-with-the-frank-unzueta-trio/918627798?i=918627806…
 
When a shaman friend learned that I had killed a rat in my garage, she commented that "it wasn't very Buddhist of me." My first thought was to be defensive but it caused me to rethink how to handle a rat that was partying nightly in my garage. This definitely opened up a new world for me and the rat. Thank you to Peter Marin for allowing me to use …
 
When you look at events around the world, you see unrest, chaos, fear, and problems. Maybe you see those things really close to home. Fortunately, being spiritual allows us to look beyond what we experience with our five senses. Although we might feel fear or frustration, we have the ability to go within. We have a different perspective on what we …
 
If all you ever knew in your life was suddenly changing in a way you had never before experienced, you might be terrified. You might be experiencing fears and concerns right now because we are seeing changes in many facets of our lives. But a dream I recently had was reassuring to me that life is moving in an overall good direction. We don't need t…
 
Many groups of Mesozoic plants are still around today so the landscapes in which the dinosaurs lived would have looked at least vaguely familiar to anyone who might be (un)lucky enough to travel back in time 150 million years. Still, plants are typically rather squishier than dinosaur bones and so their fossils are often rare. In this episode we we…
 
The gang talk all things Season 1 with Emily aka Shikara the Dragonborn paladin of The Incorrigible Party, who has many questions like, what the hell is a preseason? What is Gray's deal? Are pockets for daggers? Pull up a chair and peer behind the curtain as Cheski, Sophia, Jo, Serviss, Evon and Andrew look back at the first season. Please check ou…
 
Exploring a new spiritual practice is really exciting. We want to go in all the way when we find something new because we're trying to grow and wake up so why wouldn't we give it our all? Is it okay to dip our toes in and work our way up to total mind and body immersion as our comfort allows? Here is my brief two cents. https://www.hayhouse.com/hea…
 
Easter, Spring, Passover is here. The northern hemisphere is waking up, being born or reborn, and starting over. It's a beautiful time of year. With the release of Seaspiracy, many are questioning their choice to eat fish, and fishing practices in general. What does it mean to be conscious of our food choices and our purchases? We have an obligatio…
 
Meet Captain Tavi "Endgame" Pane, Doctor/Engineer/Sociopath Zorik "Farshot" Zulkhan, Helmsman/Scaredy Cat Wullet "THE Space Shadow" Fulg, Gunner Kendlar "Quick Finger" Merkan and Comms officer Lawl Lulo da Wasper - a group of bounty hunters bent on the all consuming quest for..... space Italy? The Bounty Hunters TTRPG appears in beta form courtesy …
 
Jade plants cover the banks in the front and back of my house. The colors vary by location and they have unequal amounts of water and sunlight and it shows. Interestingly, they all have survived many years. As I wandered the back bank recently, it occurred to me that Jade Plant has many lessons to share with us. Speaking with Nature: Awakening to t…
 
Virgil lies on death's door and may not be able to talk his way out of this one. The gang faces some tough choices - and may be at the end of their rope with each other. Will this be the shattering of the Fellowshi-wait that's copyright infringement.... is this the end of the Wizards & Lizards crew? Find out in part two of the super-sized Season 1 …
 
How stiff were dinosaur tails? If you could find a complete skeleton of any dinosaur species, which would it be? Why are were dinosaurs so big if big sizes are evolutionary dead ends? It is the final episode of our third series and we put together just a few of the questions sent in from our Patreons and listeners. We plan on doing a live show answ…
 
My name is Kim Shea, and I'm an Earth mother exploring Shamanism and spirituality. I have always been spiritual and have been working on my dream interpretation skills for a few years. But recently I learned more about Shamanism from a friend. Slowly, my conversations turned to personal exploration and I am avidly learning about it with a focus on …
 
Following on from last week's look at how dinosaurs get named, in this (Patreon picked) episode Iszi and Dave turn to the issue of dinosaur relationships. How do palaeontologists put together family trees and work out which species or group is related to which other one? And how easy and reliable is it when most dinosaurs are known from only fragme…
 
In this episode we take a look at the actual identification of dinosaurs. What makes a species a species and how does this apply to fossils that are a hundred million years old? From there we look to how dinosaurs get their names where things can go wrong when it comes to correctly identifying them. Our special guest this time out is Professor Chri…
 
Saysamu may have bailed the gang's ass out of a lake full of alligators, but their problems keep piling up. Now Conri, Gray, Virgil, Zhula and Rule all have a choice to make. They can flee Wicklow to stay out of the Library's clutches while Wicklow burns or they can stay and save the townspeople - but likely die in the process. Hey, we said they ha…
 
This week we have an extended interview and discussion with David Krentz on the public perception of dinosaurs and especially in film. David is a palaeoartist, but also works as a storyboard artist and character designer for Hollywood productions like the Marvel movies and has also produced and directed dinosaur documentaries so has seen things fro…
 
Let’s be honest, we’ve done quite well to have held off until half way through the third series before tackling this one, but there’s been a Brachiosaurus in the room since the start of Terrible Lizards and it is very much Jurassic Park-shaped. There’s no point dissecting all the details about the film and its depiction of dinosaurs (though we look…
 
The Library comes to town looking for answers, but it could be they aren't on the same page as the gang. Gray's in jail, as is Conri (on purpose), Rule and Zhula are looking for Virgil, who is for some reason still carrying the murder weapon used to end Yared's life. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dun…
 
Finally, a normal episode that both has a guest an is actually on dinosaurs. This time out we are on to the second dinosaur ever named – Iguanodon. Despite being one of the absolute originals and being known from numerous good specimens, Iguanodon (and its relatives) really doesn’t get much of a look in when it comes to artworks and documentaries a…
 
No dinosaurs this week! Shock, horror! It was always going to happen sooner or later as Dave does a lot of work on pterosaurs as well as on dinosaurs and we’ve had some specific requests for a pterosaur episode so here we go (and they’ll return again soon we’re sure). These flying reptiles are too often just window dressing in the background of pic…
 
The boys start to get in their feels a bit while the ladies keep it moving forward as the fallout from Gray's near-murder of Fauntleroy, Conri and Virgil's falling out and the killing of Yared continues to rain down on the group. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dungeonsonthego Follow the podcast on: Tw…
 
No guest this week, just a lot of Dave talking. We’ve obviously mentioned his research at various times but never really focused on it before, but now a new and big paper has just come out on the famous giant fish-eating Spinosaurus so it was a great opportunity to kick off the new series with a special on it. Many people will know Spinosaurus from…
 
The new series of Terrible Lizards - a Podcast about Dinosaurs with Dr Dave Hone and Iszi Lawrence is starting on January 27th 2021. Guests include Emma Kennedy, Adam Rutherford, David Krentz, Andy Riley, Sophie Scott and Chris Jackson. Thank you to everyone for spreading the word and supporting on Patreon. Visit www.terriblelizards.co.uk @iszi_law…
 
Join our band of miscreants, as they play another band of miscreants run through the Tiny Dungeon system by DM Erik Cheski. Meet Sentas Littlhelpa the PR Goblin, the two Karhu, Chedder Biscuit (the heir to a cheese fortune) and Brizzy the Mixologist, Horophus the Salimar ice dealer and Tinsel, the hard nosed member of the Lizard Folk, who cross the…
 
Things go from fun bad to just plain bad as Zhula and Rule infiltrate the Wicklow library, while Gray makes a crucial error in judgement. Also Virgil gets cranky with Conri. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dungeonsonthego Follow the podcast on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wizardsandlizardspodca…
 
Gray investigates a copse of trees, or the space around them.... or something in them. Then everyone goes on a date with Virgil and Iyera and does their......... best? To help? And Conri invents a drinking game! Plus, Zhula finds a bug. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dungeonsonthego Follow the podcast…
 
Under a cloud of suspicion - from both within and without the group - the team returns to Wicklow. And goes.......shopping? Also Gray makes a new friend while Virgil reconnects with an old one. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dungeonsonthego Follow the podcast on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wi…
 
This is a between-series BONUS that was previous released to Patrons on Patreon. In it a palaeontologist makes up for Dave’s inadequacies when dealing with the ornithischians. So welcome Dr Victoria Arbour of the Royal BC Museum of Victoria, Canada to talk with Dave and Iszi about the armoured dinosaurs, the ankylosaurs. She is a world expert on th…
 
It the end of series questions episode. This time Iszi and Dave... well Dave mainly answer Patrons' Dinosaur questions. Including How would dinosaur evolution panned out if the asteroid had missed? Could sauropods swim? Is the Blue Whale REALLY larger than dinosaurs? Were there dinosaur KT extinction survivors in Antarctica? The 'Friends' question.…
 
The idea that birds evolved from dinosaurs has actually been around for a century now, though it has perhaps only become relatively common knowledge with the general public in the last couple of decades. Even so, while many people now know this, quite why we know the two groups are linked (aside from the plethora of feathered dinosaurs) is often no…
 
There are a few animals that are basically motionless for part or even most of their lives (like barnacles) but the average animal is one that moves. Dinosaurs obviously did so, but things inevitably get complicated quickly when trying to work out exactly how well they could run, jump and climb, how fast they were and what they could and couldn’t d…
 
The grand finale of the Serviss DMd Gremlin episodes, wherein the W&L crew - plus new friend Plunkett (by DM Erik Cheski) -attempt to slay the Wendigo without 1970's X-Men era Wolverine. Can Zhula keep Plunkett alive? Can Conri stand the smell? Will Rule find out what is in the mystery box? Can Gray avoid the Wendigo's claws? Who has a chance for t…
 
It’s commonly known that Tyrannosaurus carnivorous, but this is perhaps as far as most people would be prepared to go. Other than the most obvious points (the ones in its mouth for starters) though, what do we actually know about dinosaur diets and how do we know it? In this episode Dave and Iszi dive into the guts of dinosaurs and look at their te…
 
Whose house? PLUNKETT'S HOUSE. In order to get a poisoned and unconscious Virgil healed, the gang takes on a task for the Gremlin Queen - to hunt and destroy the creature who has been killing her subjects, including Plunkett's best friend. Plunkett is out for revenge but the W&L crew just want to do the deed and vamoose. The second episode in Guest…
 
If there's one thing that everyone knows about dinosaurs it is that they are extinct. And of course this is to a degree quite wrong since birds are dinosaurs and are very much alive. Still, that Tyrannosaurus, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus and the rest are long gone is well known but the scientific (and often very unscientific) arguments about exactly wh…
 
In this episode we finally fulfil a promise from before and talk more about the physiology dinosaurs – how ‘hot’ or ‘cold’ they were and what that might mean for their levels of activity, growth, behaviour and even where they could live given local climates. It’s a horribly complex subject and so come and listen to us grossly oversimplify things an…
 
This week we tackle a small dinosaur that should be much better known, a classic contemporary of Velociraptor and the other half of the fighting dinosaurs, Protoceratops. While nothing like as famous as its (much) larger cousin Triceratops, Protoceratops is an interesting and important dinosaur. Thanks to a multitude of fossils, including animals o…
 
It is appropriate to kick off the second series of Terrible Lizards with an animal famous for its dangerous feet. Few people had heard of Velociraptor before Jurassic Park, but it is now an A-lister alongside Tyrannosaurus as one of the few dinosaurs almost anyone can name. With fame though has come huge misconceptions about its size, appearance, c…
 
The new series will be starting on Wednesday 16th September 2020. We have a plethora of guests and interesting dinosaur subjects to explore! Guest this series include Penn Jillette, Phil Plait, Robin Ince, Rebecca Watson, Esther Odekunde, Faith Child and Lucy Eckersley. Keep an eye out for our bonus content on Patreon and announcements on Twitter a…
 
The birth of a new vessel for Kan'Krousch! The song of renewal! Gray talks to a dumbwaiter! And boggles for days! The W&L crew wrap up their first arc in the tenth episode of the Wizards & Lizards podcast. Follow the gang on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wizardsandlizardspodcastWizards & Lizards Podcast による
 
Denthar and the Barghest (world's worst Led Zeppelin cover band) have been vanquished, but the W&L crew still needs to rock the bells. Can they get them working before it's too late for the renewal ceremony? Follow the gang on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wizardsandlizardspodcastWizards & Lizards Podcast による
 
The W&L gang collides with Denthar and his pet Barghest, Sepowith, battling for control of the Temple of Kan'krousch. But have they bitten off more than they can chew? IT'S WALL TO WALL WWF ACTION FOLKS! WOOOOOOO! Follow the gang on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wizardsandlizardspodcastWizards & Lizards Podcast による
 
While Gray continues to try and befriend the Boggles, Zhula goes on an unexpected journey with the worst traveling companion, leaving Virgil, Rule, Conri and Quincy in pursuit. Follow the gang on: Twitter @Wizards_Lizards Instagram @wizardsandlizardspodcastWizards & Lizards Podcast による
 
In this last episode of the first season we try to bring a few things up to date. There’s more mistakes and miss-speaks from Dave to repair and correct, and a few things that have come up since shows were recorded or broadcast we want to give updates on. Mostly though, we are answering questions from our Patreons and other commenters that people ha…
 
The party starts putting the clues together - and the group *back* together as well, since they keep splitting up much to Cheski's consternation. Conri and Virgil set up for a parlor scene, Zhula finds a broken down armory, Rule poses dead goblins and Gray makes some new friends.Wizards & Lizards Podcast による
 
In this episode, we take a look at the actual process of finding, excavating, preparing and then exhibiting dinosaur fossils. How do palaeontologists know where to find fossils, what do they look for, how do they get them out of the ground? From there we move onto safely transporting fossils out of the field and into the museum and discuss the proc…
 
To most eyes, dinosaurs are unusual looking animals but on this week’s show we take a look at some that are weird and wonderful even by the standards of dinosaurs. We start with the huge theropods of Late Cretaceous Mongolia, the sickle-clawed Theirizinosaurs and boat-faced Deinocheirus with a mention of the tiny ant-eating alvarezsaurs. From here,…
 
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