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For the complete newbie or the experienced hypnotist, Brain Software with Mike Mandel is the world's most interesting, educational and fun podcast discussing hypnosis, NLP and strategies for peak performance and self improvement. Mike Mandel is a 6-time award winning hypnotist, immensely popular keynote speaker, stage performer, psychotherapist and NLP trainer. He has been doing hypnosis since he was 12 years old. Mike has an amazing ability to demystify hypnosis, teach core concepts, and te ...
 
Writer and director Peter Berg discusses his new US number one box office hit. Based on The New York Times bestselling true story of heroism, courage and survival, Lone Survivor tells the incredible tale of four Navy SEALs on a covert mission who are ambushed by the enemy in the mountains on Afghanistan. Moderated by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
 
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Stop Spraying Us

Stop Spraying Us podcast by Patrick Roddie

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All life on Earth is under attack from a covert spraying program, known in scientific and governmental circles as geoengineering, solar radiation management or albedo modification. Many also know it as chemtrails. The goal of this podcast is to raise awareness of its devastating health impacts and give listeners the tools to help stop this monstrous crime. I'll share my research, interview experts and provide real world examples of how we can and will win.
 
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Per Axbom & James Royal-Lawson

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UXPodcast™ is a twice-monthly digital design podcast - hosted by James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom - sharing insights about business, technology, people and society since 2011. We want to push the boundaries of how user experience is perceived and boost your confidence in the work you do.
 
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By Walker Mills Sea Control talks with Chris Booth about his recent essays on covert maritime logistics in the Second World War, using mules for logistics, and seaplanes, which appeared in War on the Rocks, Small Wars Journal, and USNI Proceedings, respectively. Download Sea Control 306 – Covert Logistics with Chris Booth Links 1. “The … Continue r…
 
Links 1. “The Modern Shetland Bus: The Lure of Covert Maritime Vessels for Great-Power Competition,” by Chris Booth, War on the Rocks, December 29, 2020. 2. “Mules: Recommitting to Pack Animals Across the Spectrum of Armed Conflict,” by Chris Booth, Small Wars Journal, May 19, 2021. 3. “Unfurl the Banners: Privateers and Commerce Raiding of China’s…
 
By Andrea Howard Sea Control host Andrea Howard talks with CDR BJ Armstrong and Capt. John Freymann about their new book, Developing the Naval Mind. CDR Armstrong and Capt. Freymann are both Permanent Military Professors at the United States Naval Academy, and the conversation covers how their time in Unrestricted Line communities influenced the bo…
 
Links 1. Developing the Naval Mind, by CDR BJ Armstrong and Capt. John Freymann, U.S. Naval Institute Press, 2021. 2. “Cheer Up!! There Is No Naval War College,” by Capt. William Sims, USNI Proceedings, May, 1916. 3. “Damn Exec,” by LCDR Stuart Landersman, 1965 4. “Military Conservatism,” by RADM William Sims, USNI Proceedings, March 1922. 5. Sea C…
 
By Marie Williams Lt. Colonel Laura Keenan joins the program to discuss her Strategy Bridge #WritingContest2021 prize-winning article, “The Lion and The Mouse: The Need for Greater U.S. Focus in the Pacific Islands,” and her strategy for the United States to build meaningful partner capacity in the Pacific Island Countries. Download Sea Control 310…
 
Links 1. Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project. In the South Pacific War Zone (1943). 2. United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Knowledge Platform. Kiribati. 3. “Soft Power,” by Joseph S. Nye, Foreign Policy, No. 80, Autumn, 1990. 4. The Climate Reality Project. 5. U.S. House of Representatives. The Strategic Importance of the Pacific Islands. 6. …
 
Mass democratisation and access to AB test tooling has meant that hundreds of millions of experiments have been run on people, via products. Although we are running pharmaceutical trials and tests, these experiments still raise numerous ethical issues that are shared with research or experiments in a medical scenarios. Craig Sullivan joins us to ex…
 
By Jared Samuelson Emma Salisbury joins the podcast for a deep dive into the military-industrial complex as we explore her War on the Rocks article, “Lessons on the Littoral Combat Ship.” Download Sea Control 309 – Lessons from LCS with Emma Salisbury Links 1. “Lessons from the Littoral Combat Ship,” by Emma Salisbury, War on … Continue reading Sea…
 
By Walker Mills Sea Control talks with Dr. Maurice Beseng, a researcher at Sheffield University, about his recent article in the journal African Security entitled: “The Nature and Scope of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Fisheries Crime in Cameroon: Implications for Maritime Security.” The conversation covers the links between fishe…
 
Links 1. “The Nature and Scope of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Fisheries Crime in Cameroon: Implications for Maritime Security” by Maurice Beseng, African Security, 2021. 2. Sea Control 256 – Reporting From the Sea With Ian Urbina by Walker Mills, CIMSEC, June 6, 2021 3. Dr. Beseng’s website.…
 
By Jared Samuelson LCDR Dennis Harbin joins the podcast to discuss his presentation for the 2021 McMullen Naval History Symposium on Hugo Grotius and the origins of maritime lawfare. Sea Control 307 – Hugo Grotius and the Origins of Maritime Lawfare Links 1. McMullen History Symposium presentation by Dennis Harbin Jared Samuelson is Co-Host and … C…
 
For a number of years Steve Portigal has been collecting user research war stories. The stories describe experiences researchers have had whilst doing fieldwork. Awkward, morally challenging, painful, unsuccessful. We talk to Steve about the benefits of sharing our stories – good and bad – and the ethically challenging situations that field researc…
 
By Anna McNeil Bill Reinsch and Aidan Arasasingham of CSIS join the program to discuss the logistical challenges at the port complex of Los Angeles and Long Beach and lessons for the supply chain ecosystem. Download Sea Control 305 – No Escape from the Port of LA Links 1. “Cookie Monster’s Supply Chain Crisis and … Continue reading Sea Control 305 …
 
Links 1. "Cookie Monster's Supply Chain Crisis and WTO Update," Trade Guys Podcast, CSIS, October 21, 2021. 2. "No Escape from LA: Lingering Supply Chain Insecurity at Los Angeles Ports," by William Alan Reinsch and Aidan Arasasingham, CSIS, November 4, 2021. 3. "CIMSEC Holiday Reading List 2021," by the CIMSEC Podcast Team, CIMSEC, December 17, 20…
 
By Alexia Bouallagui CIMSEC, now in French! Commander of French forces in the Pacific, Rear Admiral Jean-Mathieu Rey, joins the program to discuss France’s role and presence in the Pacific. Sea Control 304 – France in the Pacific (Part 2 – French) This episode was edited, produced, and hosted by Alexia Bouallagui.…
 
Commander of French forces in the Pacific, Rear Admiral Jean-Mathieu Rey, joins the program to discuss France's role and presence in the Pacific. Also available in French! This episode was edited and produced (and in the case of the French version, hosted by) Alexia Bouallagui.By Rear Admiral Jean-Mathieu Rey, Jared Samuelson, Alexia Bouallagui
 
By Walker Mills Host Walker Mills talks with Air National Guard officer David Alman about his essays on seaplanes that have appeared in USNI Proceedings, War on the Rocks, and CIMSEC. Alman explains the history of seaplanes in the navy, what happened to them, and why it’s time to bring them back into the force. … Continue reading Sea Control 303 – …
 
Links 1. “A Japanese Seaplane Could be the Difference Maker for the U.S. Military,” by David Alman, War on the Rocks, November 4, 2021. 2. “Bring Back the Seaplane,” by David Alman, War on the Rocks, July 1, 2020. 3. “Extend Air Wing Range with Seaplane Tankers,” by David Alman, USNI Proceedings, May 2021. 4. “Seaplanes go to War: The Role Seaplane…
 
Episode 278 is a linkshow. Per and James discuss two articles that have grabbed their attention – we feature articles about the era of design system in Russia and a status report on the toxicity in digital design. Article one is The Era of Design Systems Is Gone originally by Seryozha Plaschinsky and translated by Onchky. “Of course, guides, librar…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Youri Van Logchem joins us today to discuss his new book, Rights and Obligations of States in Maritime Disputes. Download Sea Control 302 – Rights and Obligations of States in Maritime Disputes with Dr. Youri Van Logchem Links 1. The Rights and Obligations of States in Disputed Maritime Areas, by Youri … Continue reading Sea …
 
By Jared Samuelson Former Fifth Fleet Commander VADM John “Fozzie” Miller (ret.) and Ari Cicurel join the program to discuss their article for RealClearDefense, “Fifth Fleet’s TF 59 is a Good Start,” and developments in unmanned systems. Sea Control 301 – Task Force 59 with John “Fozzie” Miller and Ari Cicurel Links 1. “Fifth Fleet’s … Continue rea…
 
By Jon Frerichs Andrew Norris joins the program to discuss his proposal for re-imagining and improving the Navy’s planning process to more effectively plan and execute lower-threshold maritime security operations — a must-listen for maritime planners and those interested in maritime operational-level planning. Download Sea Control 300 — A New Plann…
 
Links: 1. A New U.S. Planning Model for Lower-threshold Maritime Security Operations, Part 1, by Andrew Norris, CIMSEC, July 2021. 2. A New U.S. Planning Model for Lower-threshold Maritime Security Operations, Part 2, by Andrew Norris, CIMSEC, July 2021.By Andrew Norris, Jon Frerichs, Joshua Groover
 
By Walker Mills Dr. Vanessa Mongey and Dr. Tyson Reeder discuss their new books, Rogue Revolutionaries and Smugglers, Pirates and Patriots in a discussion that covers the role the maritime space played in spreading revolution in the western hemisphere during the “Age of Revolutions.” Download Sea Control 299 – Maritime Insecurity in the Age of … Co…
 
Links 1. Rogue Revolutionaries: The Fight for Legitimacy in the Greater Caribbean, by Vanessa Mongey, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. 2. Smugglers, Pirates and Patriots: Free Trade in the Age of Revolution, by Tyson Reeder, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019. 3. Sea Control 239: “Things Done By Halves” by Walker Mills with Dr. BJ Armstr…
 
As the covid pandemic struck and upended her art school project, Nathalie Nahai showed tremendous foresight when reflecting on the societal upheaval and its implications for sustainable business practice. In her newly released book, Business Unusual, she collects and elucidates important wisdom about how to ready your work for the unavoidable chang…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Johanna Mellis from the End of Sport podcast joins the program to discuss the famed 1956 water polo match between Hungary and the Soviet Union known as the “Blood in the Water” game. Sea Control 298 – Blood in the Water with Dr. Johanna Mellis Links 1. End of Sport podcast 2. Crossing the … Continue reading Sea Control 298 – …
 
Links 1. End of Sportpodcast 2. Crossing the Lane Lines: Treading Water in the Deep End - How Black Water Polo Players are Changing the Gamewith Genai Kerr, March 26, 2021. 3. Das Wunder von Bern, 2003. 4. Freedom's Fury, 2020. 5. The Olympic Games, the Soviet Sports Bureaucracy and the Cold War - Red Sport, Red Tape, by Jenifer Parks, Lexington Bo…
 
By Walker Mills Admiral James Foggo III (ret.), former commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa; and commander NATO Allied Joint Force Command Naples, joins the program to discuss his role as the dean of the Navy League’s newly established Center for Maritime Strategy. Download Sea Control 297 — The Center for Maritime Strategy … Continue r…
 
Links 1. Navy League of the United States. 2. Sea-Air-Space Exposition. 3. “From the Deck Plate of the Center for Maritime Strategy of the Navy League of the United States,” by James Foggo III, Seapower Magazine, November 15, 2021. 4. Asia’s Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific by Robert D. Kaplan, Random House, 2014. 5. “O…
 
By Walker Mills The program is joined by Dr. Assis Malaquias, a professor and the Chair of the global Studies and Maritime Affairs Department at Cal Maritime; and Tim Walker, who is a Senior Researcher and the Maritime Project Leader at the Institute for Security Studies in South Africa, to discuss the evolving maritime security … Continue reading …
 
Links 1. Sea Control 218: Coastal Insecurity, Ansar Al-Sunna and Women in Maritime Security with Kelly Moss & Lexie Van Buskirk, by Walker Mills, CIMSEC, December 20, 2020. 2. “Mozambique’s Tuna Corruption Scandal Puts Justice on Trial,” by Karen Schoonbee, BBC News, October 3, 2021. 3.Institute for Security Studies website.…
 
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