13 episodes

From our very beginnings to spreading across the Earth, we as Humans have always looked to the stars and wondered. Now we are traveling to the stars. One thing has and will always remain true - Humans take their humanity wherever we go. As we begin this new journey from our Earthbound existence, we have to ask ourselves what it will mean to be Human Everywhere.
Season 2's theme is all about preparing humans for space. We will explore what it means to take our bodies into space, and how we can prepare here on Earth, with guests who are studying how humans move in space, have completed analogs, oversee experiments on the International Space Station, and advocate for ALL people with different abilities get into space. Hosted by Jason Batt and UB Ciminieri, with occasional co-host Alires Almon, the Human Everywhere Podcast is produced by Deep Space Predictive, on a mission to help Humanity safely navigate the stars while securing our humanity and evolving as a species.

Human Everywhere Deep Space Predictive

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From our very beginnings to spreading across the Earth, we as Humans have always looked to the stars and wondered. Now we are traveling to the stars. One thing has and will always remain true - Humans take their humanity wherever we go. As we begin this new journey from our Earthbound existence, we have to ask ourselves what it will mean to be Human Everywhere.
Season 2's theme is all about preparing humans for space. We will explore what it means to take our bodies into space, and how we can prepare here on Earth, with guests who are studying how humans move in space, have completed analogs, oversee experiments on the International Space Station, and advocate for ALL people with different abilities get into space. Hosted by Jason Batt and UB Ciminieri, with occasional co-host Alires Almon, the Human Everywhere Podcast is produced by Deep Space Predictive, on a mission to help Humanity safely navigate the stars while securing our humanity and evolving as a species.

    Chille Bergstrom - Space Futurist, MIT Media Lab & Disability Advocate

    Chille Bergstrom - Space Futurist, MIT Media Lab & Disability Advocate

    Chille Bergstrom (pronounced like chilly - she/her) began studying aerospace engineering at age 8 through MIT and was named ‘Space Futurist’ at age 10 by MIT’s Media Lab. Sixteen year old Chille has worked with the International Space Station National Lab, the World Design Organization, UNHCR, NASA & Boeing. Having a unique outlook on life that includes a profoundly gifted education due to asynchronous brain development and a love of learning & inventing, Chille is an advocate for those with, as she describes them, "hyperabilities" that could be game changers in space.

    • 25 min
    Terry Trevino - Founder, Space 4 All

    Terry Trevino - Founder, Space 4 All

    After 20 years in commercial real estate, Terry Trevino decided to pursue his passion for space exploration and science. He is currently a founder at Space 4 All, a co-founder at Magneto Space, and an aerospace scientist and graduate researcher at the University of North Dakota. His mission is to seek answers to even bigger questions and assist humanity on its journey beyond the magnetosphere, using the technology at hand, to further develop systems protecting our home - Spaceship Earth.

    • 54 min
    Olaoluwalotobi "Tobi" Thomas - Grants Specialist @ AstroAccess, Co-Founder @ Space REDI

    Olaoluwalotobi "Tobi" Thomas - Grants Specialist @ AstroAccess, Co-Founder @ Space REDI

    In 2017, Olaoluwalotobi Thomas started researching how astronauts train to go to space, then took it upon himself to start the process. First, he learned how to scuba dive and got his scuba diving certification, then he started to meet people in space science circles who gave him more information on how to train. That led him to “more established astronaut training programs" leading to doing an analog astronaut program in Poland.

    • 46 min
    Adam Dipert, Postdoctoral Research Scholar at North Carolina State University and the Space Juggler

    Adam Dipert, Postdoctoral Research Scholar at North Carolina State University and the Space Juggler

    Adam Dipert is a zero gravity movement artist, studying better ways to help humans move in space. He has performed nuclear physics experiments at Arizona State, Duke, and NC State Universities, and Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratories. HIs 20-year circus career has been focused around object manipulation, equilibristics, costuming, and makeup, garnering him the title, "The Space Juggler."

    • 29 min
    Mounir Alafrangy - Innovation Technology Lead, International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory

    Mounir Alafrangy - Innovation Technology Lead, International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory

    Mounir Alafrangy's research efforts investigate humankind's ambitious desire to explore the universe by examining human behavior and its change over time in the isolated, confined, and extreme (ICE) environment of space. This is feasible in part, through an AI system that autonomously monitors and categorizes a network of variables.

    • 33 min
    Bailey Burns - Aerospace System Engineer, Blue Origin

    Bailey Burns - Aerospace System Engineer, Blue Origin

    Bailey Burns is an Aerospace Systems Engineer based in Denver, Colorado. She has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Space Resources. She is focused on life support systems and other aspects of human spaceflight. Early in her career, Bailey found she had an unknown desire to experience space for herself. And now she's well on her way as an analog astronaut and founder of the PLUR Movement.

    • 37 min

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