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EO is the only global network exclusively for entrepreneurs. EO helps leading entrepreneurs learn and grow through peer-to-peer learning, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and connections to experts
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Dig into the past and explore the greatest mysteries of natural history with the team behind the hit YouTube series PBS Eons. From the dawn of the dinosaurs to downtown Los Angeles, we’re covering what we know — and what we still don’t know — about the history of life on Earth.
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Do you like strange and interesting topics to include strange and interesting men? Then this is the podcast for you. Listen to your hosts Mike and Jay talk about the mysteries of the universe with a unique flair and flavor only they can bring. The truth exists... believe it.
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The Neon Eon is a '90s-centric country music podcast. Interviews, commentary, and stories about and with the superstars, songwriters, one-hit wonders, pickers, and players of country music from The Neon Eon (86ish-2001ish). Hosted by music journalist Thomas Mooney.
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Mike and Jay back again in this exciting new episode of The Eon Project. The boys have an off the cuff discussion about the possibility of demonic possession. There is also a discussion about historical ladies of the night and grooming standards in antiquity. Join us for a journey of knowledge and nonsense through a wormhole of pleasure. The truth …
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In this episode of The Eon Project Mike and Jay delve into the world of serial killers. We are not talking Frankenberry or Captain Crunch here. This is a new and little know twist on some familiar killers such as John Wanye Gacy and Dean "The Candyman" Corll. In true Mike and Jay fashion they make it interesting with a lighthearted twist. If you li…
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In the latest episode of The Eon Project Mike and Jay discuss the greatest action stars of all time and some of their favorite movies. Although a topical departure for the guys there is certainly no shortage of the typical entertaining shenanigans. Join us on a journey of knowledge and nonsense through a wormhole of pleasure. The truth exists, beli…
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Studies have found Neandertal DNA in people living in - and descended from - populations in Europe, Asia, and, most recently, Africa. So, in a way, these ancient relatives of ours are somehow both here and gone. We know we shared the planet with them in the not-so-distant past… But what happened to them? Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced by …
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The Denisovans are a human relative discovered just over a decade ago. The DNA from the very small number of fossils found suggest they were around as long as the Neanderthals. Yet anthropologists have gathered way more evidence for Neanderthals. Where are the Denisovans hiding? Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced by Complexly for PBS. © 2022 …
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How do we start to reconstruct the soundscapes of the past? Using modern environments, living representatives of ancient groups, and fossil anatomy, paleontologists have attempted to figure out what the past sounded like. And so far we’ve found the lead singers change, but the backup singers remain familiar. Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced…
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Between 1927 and 1937, paleontologists excavated fossils from about 40 members of the species that today we call Homo erectus from a site in China known as Dragon Bone Hill. And then World War II broke out and the fossils were lost. In this episode, we trace their path as far as the historical record will take us and explore what might’ve happened …
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Former host of Eons and our current boss Hank Green joins Kallie, Michelle, and Blake for a Q&A episode where we discuss everything from why all this matters to what specifically did sauropods taste like? Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced by Complexly for PBS. © 2022 PBS. All rights reserved.Por PBS
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There's something strange about the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. The fossils found there date back to the Late Jurassic Period and one species accounts for roughly two-thirds of all the bones: Allosaurus fragilis. But what killed all these big predators? Was the site itself a deadly trap, like the La Brea Tar Pits? Or was it a poisoned spring? …
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Deep in the Rising Star Cave system lies a mystery of paleoanthropology: a chamber filled with the bones of Homo naledi. How this species evolved, how it’s related to us and other human relatives, and how it got so deep in the caves are among the many open questions researchers are trying to answer, and what they’re starting to uncover might mean c…
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Exactly where and when dinosaurs first evolved are still open questions in paleontology; it’s hard to even say what the first dinosaur was. In this episode, we dig into the evidence for dinosaur origins in the Triassic Period (between 252 and 201 million years ago) and try to understand the world they lived in. Being able to point to the first dino…
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This episode is a mystery in the most classic literary sense of the word. It’s a whodunit detective story that spans more than a century - the saga of the Piltdown Man Hoax. From a gravel pit in Sussex, we follow the faked fossils through history, to what’s now the Natural History Museum in London, where scientists are using new technologies to try…
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While the famous La Brea Tar Pits are well-known for charismatic Ice Age megafauna, like sabertooth cats and dire wolves, a lesser-known discovery from the Pits is the partial skeleton of a human woman. In this episode, we walk through what the Tar Pits can tell us about the ecosystem of Los Angeles over the last 50,000 years and why La Brea Woman …
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Dig into the past and explore the greatest mysteries of natural history with the team behind the hit YouTube series PBS Eons. From the dawn of the dinosaurs to downtown Los Angeles, we’re covering what we know — and what we still don’t know — about the history of life on Earth. Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced by Complexly for PBS. © 2022 P…
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In this episode of The Eon Project, Mike and Jay discuss the mystical qualities of music and the theory that artists are influenced by dark forces of the occult and Satan. From Jelly Roll Morton to Little Richard to Katy Perry, Led Zeppelin and Travis Scott, artists throughout the years have made deals with the devil, or have they. You decide. In t…
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Two of the universe's most burning questions are answered in the latest episode of The Eon Project. What is fear and what is the preferred underwear selection of adult men? Also in this episode is the latest single from midwestern rock band The Red Queen Project. In addition Mike holds his own in an impromptu trivia contest. The truth exists, belei…
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On Episode 11, we're joined by our first present-day and new artist, BJ Barham, the lead vocalist and chief lyricist of American Aquarium. The North Carolina-based Barham and AA released a surprise album today--the aptly titled Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers, Vol. 1--the band's ninth full-length studio album and first covers record. As you …
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On this week's episode of The Neon Eon, we're joined by Marty Raybon of the legendary country band Shenandoah. During this one, we talk about their early Muscle Shoals roots, signing onto a label, touring with the likes of Randy Travis, having to essentially start their career over mid-career, smash ballads like "Moon Over Georgia," the legacy of "…
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On this week's episode of The Neon Eon, we're joined by country icon Tracy Lawrence. During this one, we talk about music videos for songs such as "Texas Tornado" and "As Any Fool Can See," find the right outside cuts, the process of cultivating a sound for an album, having an identifiable sound being a calling card, and how he's progressed as a so…
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On episode 54 of The Eon Project Mike and Jay discuss the most mysterious unsolved murders from the top 10 states that listen to the show. Did your state make the cut? Also, Mike once again makes Jay look foolish in a musical trivia game. Revenge is a dish best served cold. The truth exists, believe it!!!…
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This week on The Neon Eon, I'm joined by country music superstar Sara Evans. We talk about breaking into the industry and forming her sound, embracing her Missouri roots and singing songs about small-town life, writing and/or recording massive hits like "Suds in the Bucket," "Born to Fly," and "A Real Fine Place to Start," why country music thrived…
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In episode 53 of The Eon Project Mike and Jay take part in a paranormal four way with special guests Luke and Brent of the podcast, From the Black Lodge. A special remote conversation takes place including but not limited to tulpas, lucid dreams, Ouija boards and other strange goings on in our universe. The love is deep on this episode. The truth e…
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This week on The Neon Eon, I revisit an older episode of New Slang, an interview with country music legend Clint Black. During this hour-plus conversation, Black gives incredible insight, detail, and perspective on his storied career. We go back and talk about his breakthrough debut album Killin' Time (which last year was its' 30th year anniversary…
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In episode 52 of The Eon Project Mike and Jay speak with special guest Joe. Joe is a quasi-scientist, quasi-historian and quasi-bowler. He has the voice of Nicholas Cage, the looks of Fabio and the brains of Copernicus. If you have an interest in the idea of alien life from the nether regions of the universe then this is the show for you. Also ther…
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MYSTERIOUS MYSTICAL MYSTERIES OF THE MILITARY and other related topics on the latest instalment of The Eon Project. Long lost original creative member of a classic rock band lends his musical talents and tastes to the obligatory halfway bit of the show. The truth exists, believe it!!!Por The Eon Project
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This week on The Neon Eon, Larry Stewart of Restless Heart stops by to talk about the band's '80s roots, their quick rise in country music, Restless Heart's longevity and consistency all these years later, their string of #1 hits, why radio helped make them successful, being country's soft rock band, and Larry's underrated '93 solo album Down the R…
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Welcome back to The Neon Eon. We kick off February being joined by singer-songwriter Terry McBride. McBride began making a name for himself as a bass player playing for the likes of Dale McBride (his father), Delbert McClinton, Rosie Flores, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and others down in his native Texas before bursting onto the scene as the lead vocalist…
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