Episodes

Sept. 17, 2021

11: Dan Wilkins: 100+yrs, Einstein, Black Holes...it's just Astrophys…

This week, joined by Research Scientist, Dan Wilkins from the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology at Stanford University. We talk theories, supermassive black holes, and regular black holes. Links to arti...

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Sept. 10, 2021

10: Priscilla McCarthy Barolo: Risks, Faith & Reward

Full Disclosure: This video was recorded while I was still at Zoom, but being released now after I have left the company. In this episode, I speak with Zoom's Director of Communications, Priscilla McCarthy Barolo about her ti...

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July 28, 2021

09: Sabrina Shaheen Cronin: Challenge2Change, An Empathetic Lawyer fo…

In today's episode, I speak with Sabrina Shaheen Cronin , on the difficulties of co-parenting, managing egos, going through a divorce, and just communicating. Sabrina is the founder and managing partner of The Cronin Law Fir...

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July 21, 2021

08: Catalina Rodríguez Tapia: Conflicted: The Voices of Central Ameri…

Catalina Rodríguez Tapia is the author of Conflicted: The Voices of Central American Migrants. In this episode, we dive deeper into the root cause of what is forcing the migrants to leave their homes and families in droves s...

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July 7, 2021

07: Puya Abolfathi, PhD: Brave New World, Not Yet, But it Can Be!

This is not Sci-Fi, Puya Abolfathi, PhD is very much a real person with a deep rotted passion for making the world a better place. Whether it is through shared experiences that can be accomplished with VR, or through potenti...

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June 17, 2021

06: Reyn Aubrey CEO of PocketChange: Can Social Media Be Reinvented?

Can social media make things better? PocketChange built a platform that they feel does just that, empowers people to take action, share ideas, and influence change. We talk with CEO & Co-Founder Reyn Aubrey, about how PocketC...

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June 1, 2021

Mental Health: Our Heroes Need Us!

Mental Health Awareness, should not be relegated to just one month, people suffer in silence year-round, so let us support them year-round. If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health issues/concerns, I’ve add...

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May 28, 2021

05: Morysetta: Space art for your Inner Astronaut

In this audio-only episode, I speak with Romanian digital collage artist Morysetta. She is a new type of artist that has primarily focused her chosen medium to be displayed on Instagram (link below) but has become well known ...

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May 24, 2021

04: Jamie Foster, Ph.D. - Space Biologist, Cephalonaut Enabler

In this episode, we hear from Dr. Jamie Foster, Space Biologist, Professor at the University of Florida's Department of Microbiology and Cell Sciences, Space Life Science Lab. She discusses with us, exactly what a Space Biolo...

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May 14, 2021

03: Rich Boling, VP - Techshot: What really happens in Space?

In our 3rd episode, we talk to Rich Boling VP of Techshot and aerospace engineering company around since the 1980s that nobody has ever heard of. We'll find out if they're cloning Elon Musk to colonize Mars, and what really …

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May 10, 2021

02: Wesley Faulkner: Neuro Diversity it's not a handicap, its an asse…

In this episode, I speak with Wesley Faulkner, a neural divergent 1st generation American working in the tech industry. Wesley is a founding member of Open Austin , a government transparency group, he is also a former candid...

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May 7, 2021

01: Marina Paul: Becoming a Superhero

In today's episode, also my very 1st episode, I talk to former Georgetown Hoya's soccer Captain, Marina Paul, about life, her struggles both on and off the pitch, and what led to her writing her new book, Becoming A Superhero...

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April 8, 2021

Introducing Mogabr

Welcome to The Mogabr Show by Gabe Moronta. This is the show where I will talk, and hopefully, you listen. The truth is, even if you don't listen, I'm probably going to talk anyway. This show is about absolutely nothing …

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