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Welcome to Breakfast in Beauclair, a global Witcher podcast. Every episode, host Alyssa of GoodMorhen sits with a new guest to discuss Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher Universe. Join our international hanza as we accompany the witcher, Geralt of Rivia, and his destiny, Cirilla of Cintra, on their journeys across The Continent. New episodes every other Thursday.
 
Chicago based DJ Andre Solaris takes you on a journey into Future of House. As heard on FM and Sirius/XM Satellite radio in the U.S. and Europe since 2001, FUEL features the best in global underground dance music with top selections of Prog, Tech, Tribal, Minimal House, and Techno. Check out the complete show description and tracklistings at http://fuelinfo.com/cu.htm. Click, relax, crank it up, and enjoy !
 
Theo Neumann is a 8 year podcast veteran/film critic and you will find him on twitter @OC_Film. Ben Woodiwiss is a Director/Writer and you will find him @BenWoodiwiss. You will hear us globetrotting to Festivals around the world as well as delving into the National Film Awards from a whole host of different countries. Come join us! Share and subscribe to a podcast dedicated to movies outside of the mainstream.
 
RAW SOUL stands for authentic and raw sound from a variety of genres. As music is our crew's steady companion, we can't help but spend a huge amount of time with it. Be it crate digging or seeking inthe history of house music - we are always looking for new impulses and the next big record. Out aim is to unite the spirit of the organic roots of house music - talking about Jazz, Funk, Soul - with modern House and Techno grooves from the underground movement. This is why RAW SOUL is creating t ...
 
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After their somewhat uneasy visit with Mr Welles, Lee & Chris are joined by Lee’s husband Josh, as the trio head to the inner city streets of Chicago in the the early 90s to follow the paths of two young men with dreams of making it all the way to the NBA. Featuring Special Guest Josh Beattie. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes,…
 
1) The story of how Jeremy Gordon stumbled into editing Nuclear Engineering International Magazine with zero background in nuclear 2) Jeremy’s transition to the World Nuclear Association and how he built World Nuclear News 3) Fukushima as a case study for how to communicate about a developing emergency situation at a nuclear power plant 4) Why crea…
 
Ada Rose Cannon is the link between web developers and the Samsung Internet Browser developers with a strong focus on WebXR and PWAs, as well as the Co-chair of W3C Immersive Web Groups. We go over a wide range of topics from upcoming WebXR spec features, the W3C standardization process, privacy risks that are being considered for new features and …
 
Lea from the US and Madi from the US join Alyssa for Part 3 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 4. Very important bits include: Ciri’s struggles with her trauma from the Nilfgaardian war versus the expectation of her neutrality as a witcher-girl, the witcher’s’ neutrality—or neutral-ish neutrality, t…
 
1) How Callum Thomas identified the human resources need in the nuclear industry, leading to the startup of his organization, Thomas Thor 2) Challenges and opportunities in finding and recruiting skilled personnel into the global nuclear workforce 3) Ways Thomas Thor is advocating for the nuclear industry and encouraging people to do independent re…
 
1. How Fiona Reilly’s nuclear career started as a commercial lawyer visiting a nuclear power plant during a refueling outage 2. The key to building future nuclear projects through a combination of risk sharing and profit sharing 3. How technology parks, medical isotopes, and fusion can play an important role in UK’s leveling up economic agenda 4. C…
 
After escaping from the treacherous jungles of Peru, Chris reunites with Lee as the pair spend some time with one of cinemas great masters as he weaves some interesting tales and theories on trickery and deception. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes, monthly commentary tracks and all sorts of fun stuff: patreon.com/TheCriterionQ…
 
1) What led Jason Crawford to make the jump from Silicon Valley to a focus on the history of technology and philosophy of progress 2) How Jason got into writing and connected with some of his favorite economic historians through a viral post on the invention of the bicycle 3) The critical events that strangled nuclear energy progress in its early y…
 
Lea from the US and Madi from the US join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 4. Very important bits include: a dissection of the complex conflict between races on the Continent; plot poisoning; “avuncular”; and Ciri as a Pokémon, a baby, and Brad Pitt. And if you can’t actually be …
 
1) Lindsay Morton reflects on how she discovered the field of epidemiology and how it satisfied her love for math, biology, and research 2) How the National Cancer Institute contributes to global cancer research and a look at the projects they pursue internally 3) Why studying the impacts of radiation on the human body is so complex and some of the…
 
1. Dr. Chanock's early career in medicine, dedicating his work to cancer research 2. The National Cancer Institute's role within the National Institute of Health and why they decided to pursue studies on Chernobyl 3. A deep dive into the NCI's two most recent studies on Chernobyl, the largest of their kind 4. A look at the results of those studies …
 
Last time we had ice, now we have flame. Is this a silly story with serious themes or a serious story with silly themes? Either way, it's great. 00:00 - Synopsis 15:33 - Reactions 22:55 - Themes & Characters 43:48 - Lore/Herblore 51:55 - Eternal Flames: Interpretation & Real World Examples 1:01:00 - Polish Influences & Easter Eggs 1:03:00 - Funnies…
 
Heading deep in the Amazon jungle, Chris is joined by friend Toby as the pair join a madman filmmaker on his quest to complete his masterpiece… possibly at the cost of his own sanity. Featuring Guest Host Toby Zarb. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes, monthly commentary tracks and all sorts of fun stuff: patreon.com/TheCriterion…
 
1. Andrzej's early career leading the startup of Poland's Maria research reactor 2. His work at the IAEA and experiences traveling to plants around the world 3. Lessons learned about the safety of nuclear power plants from the Fukushima accident 4. Andrzej's belief's around changing the approach to the effects of small doses of radiation…
 
Lea from the US and Madi from the US join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 4. Very important bits include: Number 1: The Endless Struggle Between Factions on the Continent… and Number 2. Plus, introductions to abatement falconry and law, plot armor, Fort Exposition, and Geralt of…
 
1) Ben Levitt reflects on the path that led him through the world of physics into fusion technology development at Zap Energy 2) How observations from the 18th century contributed to the understanding of the Z-pinch concept 3) The process of achieving scientific and commercial break-even in deuterium-tritium fusion 4) Why fusion is key to the succe…
 
1) Arun Khuttan gives a brief history of COP and how the nuclear community has been involved in the past 2) Neil Calder introduces how the Net Zero Needs Nuclear campaign is asking international leaders to reassess their energy policies 3) Sophie Zienkiewicz explains the outreach strategy, both within and outside the nuclear sector, for starting mo…
 
While Lee takes some much needed post-war R & R, Chris is joined by his loving wife Claire as they examine the marriage of an upper-class man who will do what ever it will take to make his life leave him… even with deadly consequences. Featuring Guest Host Claire Swan. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes, monthly commentary track…
 
Anita and Karolina from Witcher Kitchen and Nerds Kitchen join Alyssa for Part 3 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 3. Very important bits include: our first first-hand look at the Second Battle of Sodden, how Ciri’s guardians parent against her desire for revenge, a sure-fire guide to translating P…
 
1) George Verberg’s early exposure to energy working in the Government of the Netherlands 2) His work in natural gas at Gasunie and as President of the International Gas Union 3) George’s work as a nuclear advocate in the Netherlands 4) Future opportunities for nuclear development in the Netherlands
 
1. Richard Meserve's accidental introduction to nuclear working in the White House Science Advisor's office during Three Mile Island 2. Richard's appointment to the NRC and his role as Chairman 3. Takeaways from the Fukushima accident its impact on perceptions of nuclear 4. Opportunities for the development of advanced reactors and their role in ta…
 
After abandoning the toxic relationships in Paris, Lee & Chris embark on an epic journey through war torn Poland, first encountering a boy wanting to make a stand, followed by a platoon doing what they can to survive before finally meeting a young man at a critical crossroad as the war draws to an end. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus …
 
1) Esam Hussein’s journey from Egypt to Canada in the pursuit of a career in nuclear engineering 2) An in-depth look at the intricacies of the CANDU reactors and how they’ve evolved 3) A comparative analysis of different SMR designs in terms of technology and modularity 4) How to optimize capital cost and operating cost in nuclear power plants…
 
Anita and Karolina from Witcher Kitchen and Nerds Kitchen join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 3. Very important bits include: a look at Ciri’s witcher training in Kaer Morhen, what separates Sapkowski from authors like Tolkien in his own words, language learning, Dumpling Gate,…
 
1) Isabelle Boemeke’s journey through her modeling career, leading her to entrepreneurship and eventually, environmentalism 2) How Isodope, Isabelle’s social media character, is making nuclear energy relatable and relevant for the masses 3)Strategies for educating and engaging the public in climate change conversation 4) A look at the electricity &…
 
1) How Chris Gadomski’s childhood memories of the 1970s oil embargo shaped his view on energy forever 2) The links between oil, renewables, and nuclear through the STEEP plus W analysis 3) A comparison of the nuclear industries in China, Russia, and the United States through the decades 4) Why operating nuclear reactors are getting shut down in the…
 
1) How the global fashion industry led Rickey Ruff to go door-to-door to factories in Hong Kong 2) The role of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in Rickey’s journey to pursue clean energy 3) Why the international fashion supply chain is the perfect industry for microreactor deployment 4) This year’s newest feature at the New York Fashion Week:…
 
After leaving the massacre of samurai’s behind them, Lee & Chris head to Paris to meet up with two young men, Jules and Jim, as they form a strong, lifelong friendship that becomes complicated when they meet the young, free-spirited Catherine. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes, monthly commentary tracks and all sorts of fun stu…
 
1) Anicet Touré gives a brief history of Belgium’s nuclear industry and the role of Tractebel 2) The opposing influences of Germany and France on Europe’s stance on nuclear 3) Four questions to ask when determining the business case of small modular reactors in your country 4) How SMRs can open new market opportunities for multiple industries, incl…
 
Anita and Karolina from Witcher Kitchen and Nerds Kitchen join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 3. Very important bits include: a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Witcher Kitchen and Nerds Kitchen; your list of must-eats and must-sees for your next trip to Poland; the …
 
1) A look at Steven Arndt’s early studies in nuclear instrumentation & controls and probabilistic risk assessments 2) How the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has adapted to a changing industry over the years 3) What the regulation change or exemption process looks like for new reactor licensees 4) How the American Nuclear Society is working to get nu…
 
1) Sama’s introduction to the energy industry and how she got hooked on nuclear 2) The study of heat transfer correlation between corium and concrete in a core meltdown 3) How to address the system cost of energy technologies and factor in decarbonization 4) Why it’s important to get nuclear energy included in Europe’s sustainable financing taxonom…
 
1) What led Zion Lights to change her mind and dedicate her life to sharing nuclear with others 2) Why traditional conversations surrounding nuclear limit our ability to stop climate change 3) A sneak peek into Zion’s new grassroots movement, Emergency Reactor 4) How to take action against climate change and participate during a pandemic…
 
After fleeing the bullying and torture of the Austrian boarding school, Lee & Chris find themselves wandering the countryside of Japan where they encounter a lone samurai, who kills brutally, ruthlessly and without remorse. Support us on Patreon where you’ll find bonus episodes, monthly commentary tracks and all sorts of fun stuff: patreon.com/TheC…
 
Roland Dubois is the curator of "WebXR News", organizer of the NYC A-Frame Meetup group and part of the W3C immersive web working group. He is further known for hosting the Virtuleap WebXR Hackathon back in 2018 and his latest efforts contribute to accessibility in XR through the XRAccess.org and A11y initiatives in form of in-depth blog posts and …
 
1) How Dr. Bismark Tyobeka’s early interest in physics led him into the study of radiation and nuclear reactors 2) A brief history of nuclear technology development in South Africa 3) The importance of collaboration in Dr. Tyobeka’s professional development 4) What the future of nuclear looks like in South Africa, and some global insights…
 
Lindsay Fawn from the US and Charlotte from Vengerberg Glamarye join Alyssa for Part 3 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 2. Very important bits include: the changing of the seasons and walks down memory lane, everyone’s quality time with Aunt Flo, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Hanza…
 
Geralt is quite literally down in the dumps. He's not in much danger, but he's rarely felt worse. A powerful story that proves witchers have emotions after all, as Yennefer has been saying all along, though Istredd would disagree. Dark kestrels, dark words. 01:30 - Synopsis 12:26 - Reactions 19:00 - Themes 24:15 - What's the Shard of Ice? 37:02 - I…
 
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