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An interview and current events podcast that focuses on the discipline of being an expert in your field. Farming, science, medicine, architecture, finance are all covered in this show.

An interview and current events podcast that focuses on the discipline of being an expert in your field. Farming, science, medicine, architecture, finance are all covered in this show.
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United States

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An interview and current events podcast that focuses on the discipline of being an expert in your field. Farming, science, medicine, architecture, finance are all covered in this show.

Twitter:

@vancecrowe

Language:

English


Episodes

Bob Bayes: St. Louis Detective talks crime, policing and solving murders

6/12/2019
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Detective Bob Bayes was in the police force for 40 years throughout Saint Louis County. His teams went undercover, solved murders, conducted drug and prostitution stings, and made some of the biggest arrests in St. Louis history.

Duration:01:42:36

Jerry Hayes: International Honey Bee Expert talks Colony Collapse Disorder, Africanized Bees and Bee Behavior

6/5/2019
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Jerry Hayes is an internationally recognized honey bee expert and columnist for the American Bee Journal. In this interview, Hayes discusses the causes of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), the first time he saw Africanized Honey Bees during the autopsy of a 900 lbs. horse, and the fascinating behavior of honey bees.

Duration:01:41:41

Allen Soffer MD: A heart doctor discusses life, death, and what really happens during a heart attack.

5/29/2019
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Allen Soffer is a cardiologist with a 30 year career in Saint Louis. During this conversation Dr. Soffer discusses what happens to medical students when they graduate at the top of their class and realize no one is grading them any more. He also discusses what the medical field has discovered about what really happens during a heart attack, and what it is like to be talking with a patient that realizes their health may not allow them to live much longer.

Duration:01:03:04

Shirley Sahrmann: A woman that can fix physical pain.

5/22/2019
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Shirley Sahrmann PT, Ph.D. is a world expert at identifying how a person moves, sits, sleeps, runs... is a cause of their pain. She has pioneered the field of physical therapy from one that takes orders from doctors, to medical professionals that can diagnose why people are in pain and what they can do to fix it.

Duration:01:17:31

Randall Comfort: Architect and observer of life

5/15/2019
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Randall Comfort discusses how the spaces we live in make a person feel, impacts how they interact with others and can make you think differently. Randall illuminates a hidden aspect in the Game of Thrones. Randall is on Twitter @ARComfort

Duration:01:06:03

Tim Hosler: Investment Banker and Unorthodox Thinker

5/7/2019
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Saint Louis Investment Banker Tim Hosler discusses unorthodox solutions to financial and political problems after Too Big to Fail and the latest election.

Duration:01:26:06

Dr. Doug Sammons: What it takes to make a scientific discovery.

5/7/2019
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Former Monsanto scientist Dr. Doug Sammons discusses the personality traits he didn't realize he had, what it takes to make a discovery and the sacrifices he wishes he would have made earlier in life. @WiltedWeeds

Duration:01:31:13