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The GNR Podcast brings you a fresh take on Bible Study and applying scripture to your everyday life for Millennials by a Millennial Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/Thegoodnewsreport/support
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Get your weekly burst of scientific illumination from The Debrief’s network of rebellious journalists as they warp through the latest breaking science and tech news from the world of tomorrow. Every Friday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future technology to space travel to strange physics that alters our perception of the universe, The Debrief Weekly Report is mean ...
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The Jampack Report is your home for gaming news, bringing you the latest updates from the world of gaming and technology. The Jampack Report is your one stop shop for all of the gaming news that you need to know so that you never miss a beat from the industry that never sleeps.
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie explore the power of the mind, and the recent news that a man 'tweeted' using Neuralink technology. They then stare too long at the sun and talk about the upcoming April solar eclipse, and how some computer science nerds are developing a 'natural' weightloss drug. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Ken…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie get all Shakespearean discussing a mysterious document written by William Shakespeare's sister. Speaking of stars hiding their fires, a novel discovery in outerspace has a young star finally being born, and a new test that seems to uncover secret nuclear tests being performed underground. Every Tuesday, join …
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In the second bonus episode of the DWR, Steph and Kenna highlight the importance of Women’s History Month by discussing various women within science fiction. The dynamic duo also dives into where science fiction got women wrong and how the genre is shifting to highlight more strong female leads. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughe…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie talk about new LSD policies that may alter how we deal with mental health in the future. The duo also dive into a new form of space sickness and the discovery of a 2,000 year old relic in the shape of hand. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the l…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie talk about the latest report from the government concerning the UFO/UAP phenomenon. Next, they dive into a new glowing plant product and the weird mating habits of the cuttlefish. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest science and tech stor…
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On today’s episode, MJ and Stephanie dive into mental health studies and the future of work. The pair also get into a satellite swarm that astronomers want to build to look for life, and the discovery of a giant creature in the Amazon. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest scien…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie unleash the bacterial beast as ancient and dormant bacteria are waking up. They also dive into DARPA's new marine project, and take a bite out of the snake venom situation. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest science and tech stories fro…
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In the first bonus episode of the DWR, Steph and Kenna discuss the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons, including how it almost disappeared entirely and its current resurgence. The dynamic duo also dives into how the Satanic Panic of the 1980s almost killed off DND and how Netflix’s Stranger Things has been increasing its player database. Ever…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie explore Saturn's "Death Star" moon and the recent findings that could hint at what lurks beneath its dark surface. The dynamic duo also dive into the deep sleep science of hibernation and why blueberries are blue. How did we not know this? Turns out, we just figured it out. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie get into some cool spacesuits because the European Space Agency and a video game company are teaming up to make some sweet spacesuit designs. Also, a new sound sensor that may just be a battery-killer, and AI-image generation tool Midjourney is accidentally creating images with nudity. Every Tuesday, join hos…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie descend into the darkest depths of the underworld, also known as South Dakota, and do combat with the "Hell Chicken," a new ancient creature that roamed during the Cretaceous. We also dive into how engineers built the tiniest robots ever, and how the Hubble Space Telescope recently spotted a water-laden exopl…
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On today’s episode, the team travels deep into the Amazon rainforest in search of a hidden and elusive 2,500 year old civilization. They then discuss a curious air incident where a Boeing 747 suffered a strange and unknown collision with an object, and a new Japanese company building a space laser to shoot at debris. Pew pew! Every Tuesday, join ho…
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On today’s episode, Kenna and Stephanie roll out of bed with some news about a better type of blue light that can aid sleep. They also get a full helping of veggie and try to understand why humans tend to not like the green stuff. Later, they explore dark energy and new research that is helping shed some light on the mysterious cosmic force. Every …
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On today’s episode, we jump into the world of hypnosis, why we should use lasers to scare crows, and the weird discovery of a giant worm creature that wants to eat you. Every Tuesday, join hosts Stephanie Gerk, Kenna Hughes-Castleberry, and MJ Banias as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future …
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On today’s episode, MJ and Steph discuss a curious new discovery in a 500 year old Rembrandt painting. They also provide some details about NASA's latest space plane, The Dream Chaser, and why Earth is being pinged with a binary code from 15 billion miles in deep space. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the late…
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On today’s episode, MJ and Steph talk about the recent news that the exomoons we discovered were never moons at all. The duo also explore the art of building solar cells out of wood and that students in China have built a functioning invisibility cloak. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and te…
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On today’s episode, we dive into the Devil's Church cave in Finland and seek out the science behind a weird phenomenon. We also get into what may have actually killed the dinosaurs, according to a new study, and we cover a new fusion reactor that just booted up in Japan. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the lat…
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On today’s episode, we discuss an ancient discovery into human wearable technology, how AI is now being used to decipher ancient cuneiform tablets, and why NASA wants to grow food in lunar soil. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future t…
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On today’s episode, the team wanders into some bizarre mysteries. From a strange crash on the lunar surface, to exoplanet WASP-107b and its bizarre planetary evolution, and the discovery of a 3000-year old tablet containing a long forgotten language, the game is definitely afoot at The Debrief Weekly Report. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and …
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On today’s episode, guest co-host and Debrief veteran Kenna Hughes-Castleberry joins MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk to talk about the resurgence of an ancient mystery, a new study that seems to prove cannabis improves empathy, and the historic launch of the first quantum drive into outer space. Check out Kenna's website here: https://kennacastleberry…
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On today’s episode, Stephanie and MJ discuss the strange and wacky world of undersea evolution of marine invertibrates. They also explore a wild discovery from a medieval tomb, and a new study that tests out human telepathic abiltity. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the…
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On today’s episode, we get into how solar glass could revolutionize the solar power game, examine the mystery of what lies beneath all that ice in Antarctica, and jump into a curious Ancient Roman discovery that may alter how we build our technology. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech …
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On today’s episode, we dive into NASA's new RAMFIRE project to 3D print novel rocket parts. We also discuss a novel frictionless material built on the nano-level, and a new historical model that explains why Neanderthal DNA is so varied in the modern human population. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest …
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On today’s episode, we discuss how electron beams weirdly heal fissures in crystals, how AI is being used to fight brain diseases, and how "artificial photosynthesis" may save humanity from a climate dystopian hellscape. Every Tuesday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The …
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On today’s episode, we dive into NASA's new project to build space lasers, how the FCC fined a telecom provider for failing to properly deorbit a satellite, and how a new discovery at Stonehenge is re-writing what we know about the mysterious structure. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tec…
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On today’s episode, we discuss a new study that says "beer goggles" aren't a real phenomenon, "ghost signals" from the Trappist-1 Star System, and the recent return of OSIRIS-REx, a probe carrying little bits of a nearby asteroid. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the page…
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Thanks to some PDF attachments submitted as part of the FTC filings, the future of Xbox has been partially shown off. With a new digital Xbox Series X, a new Xbox controller, and a cloud-hybrid game platform planned for 2028, we now know what to expect from Microsoft's gaming division - or at least, some of it. 00:00 - Intro00:39 - Phil Spencer's r…
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On today’s episode, we dive into the brain's weird ability to produce its own cannabinoids, new WiFi research that allows it to watch you, and the curious case of a missing stealth fighter plane. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future t…
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PlayStation's State of Play and Nintendo's Nintendo Direct outline what the companies have coming in 2024 - but PlayStation isn't showing much beyond Spider-Man 2 and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. What's next for one of the gaming industry's biggest players? 00:00 - Intro00:45 - PlayStation State of Play Recap17:49 - Nintendo Direct Recap30:18 - Morta…
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On today’s episode, we discuss a new study that says music can unlock our creativity while we lucid dream, Europe's new war with Fire Ants, and how a ragtag group of AI artists are taking their concerns to Congress, demanding a seat at the policymaking table surrounding artificial intelligence. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk …
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Starfield is officially the biggest launch of all time for Bethesda Game Studios, passing all previous launches including Fallout 4 and Skyrim.00:00 - Intro00:38 - Starfield passes 6 million players and 1 million concurrent players04:56 - Reports say Switch 2 was shown off at gamescom08:22 - Jean-Claude Van Damme in Mortal Kombat 111:16 - Discord s…
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On today’s episode, we discuss Apollo, a new humanoid robot that could be your new coworker. We also dive into research concerning an ancient runic langauge known as Futhark, and the future of hydrogen power as scientists develop a novel method to extract the element from water. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup …
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Bethesda Game Studios' first new IP in 25 years is finally here! Starfield has an 88 on Metacritic, but is that good enough for a game that is so important for Bethesda and for Xbox? 00:00 - Intro00:48 - Starfield Review Roundup06:31 - Layoffs at Gearbox Publishing07:59 - Volition Games has shut down13:37 - Pete Hines says Redfall will be good "eve…
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On today’s episode, we discuss China's claim that they can detect US submarines, how long term living in space will kill you, and why one researcher thinks the 1976 Viking landers on Mars did collect evidence of life on the Red Planet, and then accidentally killed it. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest …
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gamescom Opening Night Live brought plenty of looks at new games coming soon, from Black Myth: Wukong and The Crew Motorfest to Assassin's Creed Mirage and Little Nightmares 3! We're talking about the biggest news from this year's show and more - enjoy! 00:00 - Intro00:35 - gamescom ONL 2023 recap24:20 - PlayStation Portal is launching at $19929:12…
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Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 Marketplace will shut down in July 2024, marking an end to nearly 20 years of buying Xbox 360 games. 00:00 - Intro00:45 - Xbox 360 Marketplace is shutting down06:28 - Baldur's Gate 3 is the highest-rated game of the year11:30 - Starfield, The Crew Motorfest, and Assassin's Creed Mirage have gone gold13:41 -…
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On today’s episode, podcaster Kennedy Chappel joins MJ Banias as a guest co-host to discuss a new study into the origins of life on Earth, how Russia is using a novel malware tool to hack into Starlink satellites, and a new AI-powered disinformation experiment called "CounterCloud." Follow Kennedy Chapel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kcath23 Ever…
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The long-rumored new model of the PlayStation 5 leaked on Twitter last week, showing a slightly smaller and slimmer version of the PS5 with what looks to be a removable disk drive. 00:00 - Intro 00:45 - New PS5 model leaked on Twitter 05:00 - PlayStation beats Xbox to 4K cloud streaming 12:43 - Modern Warfare 3 officially revealed 16:06 - Devolver …
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Baldur's Gate 3 isn't launching on Xbox alongside the PS5 version in September, and recent comments from Larian Studios' director of publishing suggest that the game won't launch on Xbox until 2024. 00:00 - Intro 00:43 - Baldur's Gate 3 not launching on Xbox until 2024 07:03 - Xbox will be at gamescom 2023 13:03 - Quake 2 remastered announcement co…
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On today’s episode, we discuss mysterious giant viruses discovered in Massachusetts, NASA's plan to rocket Martian soil samples back to Earth, and new research into tiny robots that can be sent inside the body to perform laser surgery. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the…
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New updates to Rockstar's website include an updated logo and a Nintendo Switch platform option for the 2010 game, meaning that an announcement of a remake or remaster could be on the way. 00:00 - Intro00:39 - New Red Dead Redemption logo and Switch mention07:17 - Tecent is acquiring Dying Light studio Dying Light12:16 - Xbox and Square Enix are go…
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On today’s episode, we discuss whether solar panels will be replaced by "rain panels," a new idea for a form of archaeology for all the artifacts left in space by humans, and a deep dive into the congressional hearing on UFOs. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of…
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A new report from gaming industry insider Tom Henderson has shared that PlayStation 5 Pro developer kits are supposedly shipping to developers by November 2023, with the console potentially releasing in November 2024. 00:00 - Intro 00:46 - PlayStation 5 Pro reportedly coming in 2024 05:48 - Limited Edition Spider-Man 2 PS5 bundle revealed at SDCC 0…
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While players have been focused on the FTC vs Microsoft case, the ID@Xbox team teamed up with IGN for a showcase packed with awesome indies coming to Xbox and other platforms in the months ahead! We're hitting the highlights of the show, talking about EA's new Black Panther game, and a potential Need for Speed Most Wanted remake on this week's show…
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New documents from the FTC vs Microsoft show that Microsoft thinks PlayStation could have a PS5 Slim on the way later this year at “the same reduced price point” as the PS5 Digital Edition at $399. 00:00 - Intro00:45 - PS5 Slim potentially leaked by Microsoft05:43 - Scorn coming to PS5 this fall 07:51 - Smoke and Rain coming to Mortal Kombat 111:50…
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On today’s episode, we discuss Lockheed Martin's latest secret aircraft, a German university's deep dive into magical texts, and new research that proves time moved slower in the early days of the universe. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From f…
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The FTC vs Microsoft court case is now over, and we saw some massive statements coming from PlayStation, Xbox, and third parties that give a peek behind the scenes at the craziness of gaming industry politics. Let's get into some of the biggest stories from the week. Follow me on other platforms and stay up to date! Twitter: http://twitter.com/jamp…
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On today’s episode, we discuss the GWB discovery, a 25-year-old bet over the theory of human consciousness, and the realization that you may actually suck at detecting "bullshit." Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief. From far-future technology to spa…
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The Microsoft vs FTC case is in full swing, and the first two days brought some massive headlines ranging from game exclusivity to Jim Ryan making false public statements about PlayStation's concerns about Microsoft acquiring Activision-Blizzard. 00:00 - Intro01:56 - New emails show Jim Ryan's true thoughts on the Activision-Blizzard acquisition05:…
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On today’s episode, we discuss a lunar mystery, a discovery of an ultrafast white dwarf star yeeting across the Milky Way, and the discovery of life giving amino acids hanging out in a gaseous cloud in deep space. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debrief.…
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