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2014.09.22 – TNN – Science News

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This is the science news part of our news show here at indienation.fm.

We would also like to remind the listeners that we encourage listener participation through chat, comments and you are welcome to actually join us on the air. We do the show live almost every Monday from 8-10 PM DST. To find out how to join us on the air, contact us via our chat room on the Listen Page.

2014.09.22 – Tech Net News and Opinion

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2014.09.22 – Tech Net News and Opinion

Tech Net News and Opinion

Monday Night News

We opened this week’s show with Titanic and Cape Cod Girls from the album Choice Cuts by Water Street Bridge. You can find out more about this band by listening to the interview at the end of the newscast or by checking out the individual posting of the interview on Indie Nation. Join Brian and Lumpy as they discuss some Walking Dead spoilers and rumors, Google news in general, drones vs Star Wars and more in tech and science news. We would also like to remind the listeners that we encourage listener participation through chat, comments and you are welcome to actually join us on the air.  To find out how to join us on the air, contact us via our chat room on the Listen Page.

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Walking Dead News

  • First off, the season premier is 12 October
  • Season 5 Episode 2 – Another character from the comic, Father Gabriel.
    •  Carol is supposedly back at the end of the premier
  • FYI – Lumpy did check, Walking Dead Season  Marathon begins on 6 October
  • The Air Herald reports that there will be a spin off
  • There is talk about Beth, it seem that a trailer gave that and a few other things away

Closing Tunes

We closed with a few more tracks from Water Street Bridge:

  • Pay Me/Iko
  • Zombie Jamboree
  • Lumpy’s Interview with them at Gen Con 2014

A little bit of time, A small amount of money and you CAN change the world

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With all the hustle and bustle of everyday life it’s easy to forget things that are going on in your own little world, let alone the rest of the world. The earthquake off the coast of Japan and the resulting tsunami left us all shocked and bewildered, the images seemed more a Hollywood movie special effect than reality.

N.Y. Times interactive Click here for Photos of Japan before and after the tsunami as posted by the N.Y. Times using google earth

The sobering images both appalled and united us, not as countries but as people of the world. Our hearts united as one in shock, awe, and respect for nature’s fury; in sadness for those lost; and elation for those who survived.

Relief efforts have been made and as a result thousands have been saved. However, the rescue efforts are not over nor will they be for quite some time. Tens of thousands are still missing and the current state of the nuclear plants is questionable at best. So maybe it’s time for you to ask yourself what can I do?  The answer is simple: Donate.

By texting REDCROSS to 90999 you can donate $10 to the Red Cross tsunami relief efforts and do your part to help those in need.

Easy right? I thought you’d think so.

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