- published: 25 Jan 2015
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Doesn't every kid deserve a dad? Doesn't every kid deserve a mom? What sort of bizarre society legalizes scientifically untested social and psychological experimentation on its own children? Answer: Ours! Welcome to the brave new world!
The Indianapolis "Communications Port", today completed phase one. Our new 150 foot cellular tower was topped off. In October the AM multi-station broadcast system will be complete serving at least 4 broadcasting stations with dual audio backup and total power backup.Then in November the 190 foot Cellular/ Broadcast LP FM tower will go into service. This is the first of its kind "Communications Port" in the nation serving AM, LP FM, cellular, microwave and community WiFi antennas on 20 acres in near (city) Indianapolis. Once again we are ahead of the curve for 2020. This is a Hood/Crider project. We have been a Christian Faith Based, Broadcasting and Technology company since 1996, serving the world from home base in Indianapolis to Central America, Colorado, Florida, and Papua New Guinea...
Hi there, I think this is my clearest reception of Radio Guinée to-date. Once again, the Eton Satellit delivers a performance beyond my expectations and another example that should answer the questions raised by doubters of this brilliant little radio. Note the very clear ID just after the start of the video. Recorded at the woods in Oxford UK on 22/01/17 at 18:46 hrs UTC using a 50 metre longwire. Thanks for watching.
Arpine Grigoryan, known by her internet personality 'arpik', is a new media professional, trainer, marketer and tech guru with 10 years of teaching and training experience. She graduated from the State Engineering University of Armenia and is currently the head of communications at PanARMENIAN media company. Grigoryan went from leading a web design club for kids to conducting an Internet marketing course at a local university. She has been involved in several youth organizations, including Manana Youth Educational Cultural Center and AIESEC youth non-governmental organizations in Armenia. Her youth center work includes leading projects in information systems, participation in various international youth conferences and serving at the AIESEC International headquarters in Rotterdam, Nethe...
Neil Greet is an Engineer and former Australian Army Colonel who has served in Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and Iraq. Neil spoke at the 8th International Lessons Learned Conference held in Sydney, Australia 3-6 December 2012 on the topic of Humanitarian Engineering. Neil speaks about the role of engineers in rebuilding communities after disasters and conflict and the importance of recognising human relationships in rebuilding those communities.