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Bringing you the news from the worldwide nuclear energy sector, interviews with key players and easy-to-follow guides to the nuclear essentials each month. The World Nuclear News team has been reporting daily news online about nuclear power since 2007 at: https://www.world-nuclear-news.org/ WNN is supported by the World Nuclear Association and draws on its global network of contacts across the industry, academia and international agencies.
 
On July 16, 1945, in a New Mexico desert, the Trinity Test ushered in the Nuclear Age. No other piece of technology has penetrated the American consciousness like the nuclear bomb and found a place in everything from culture to medicine. This podcast explores how nuclear science has impacted and changed our world in both beneficial and destructive ways. We explore the intersection of nuclear science and society using interviews with historians, policymakers, experts in their fields, and firs ...
 
Welcome to the AfriNuke podcast - Africa’s soundbytes on peaceful nuclear technology! This podcast brings you amazing views of peaceful nuclear technology through the African voice. Interviews, career talks, nuclear applications, competitions, giveaways, industries, decarbonization, healthcare, cancer, nuclear security, clean energy, electricity, sustainability, research, unexpected/unusual perspectives and maybe some killer instincts to make you a nuclear enthusiast! Listen on Apple Podcast ...
 
A podcast to fuel your parenting reactor and energize your mission: to enjoy raising responsible kids in an unpredictable world. Listen in as a homeschool mama chats with her nuclear launch officer and leadership author hubby to encourage other parents through real conversation. They welcome you to their at-home centrifuge where their fusion of ideas brings child-rearing encouragement to critical mass.
 
An engaging podcast on nuclear policy and national security, Press the Button is a weekly podcast from the global security foundation, Ploughshares Fund, that features top officials and experts discussing the latest developments on Iran, North Korea, nuclear weapons, military budgets and foreign policy. Press the Button offers diverse views on one of the most important issues of our time: preventing nuclear war. A new episode of Press the Button is available every Tuesday.
 
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Fighter Pilot Podcast

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Fighter Pilot Podcast

Vincent "Jell-O" Aiello, Retired U.S. Navy Fighter Pilot

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast explores the fascinating world of air combat: the aircraft, the weapons systems, and most importantly—the people. Numbered episodes feature a guest who helps explain the topic at hand, such as how ejection seats work or what it's like to fly on and off nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. If you love the roar of a high-speed flyby or are enamored by the poise and confidence of the brave men and women who fly, fix, and fight these aircraft, then this show is for you.
 
At Deep Isolation, we believe that listening is one of the most important elements of a successful nuclear waste disposal program. A core value of the company is to seek and listen to different perspectives on the matter of nuclear waste, nuclear energy, and disposal solutions. We have created this series to interview experts and stakeholders that represent aspects of nuclear waste. Our hope is to bring clear picture of Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story.
 
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The Negotiators

Doha Debates and Foreign Policy

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Conflicts don’t just get resolved on their own. Most are resolved through a grueling process of give and take, usually behind closed doors. On the podcast The Negotiators, Doha Debates is partnering with Foreign Policy to put listeners in the room. Each episode features the mediators behind the world's most challenging negotiations. You’ll hear about a nuclear standoff, a hostage crisis, a gang mediation, and much more -- successes and failures that shaped people’s lives. Hosted on Acast. Se ...
 
For related content and to find out more about HC and our talent advisory services to the energy & commodities sector, visit https://www.hcgroup.global/hc-insider Each day, around the world, we have fascinating one-on-one conversations with our connections in the commodities sector. Our collaborators are uniquely informed, creative and inspirational in their fields. We want to provide our community a seat alongside us, listening in to these conversations in that special way podcasting provid ...
 
Candace Owens holds nothing back in her brand new show as she takes on the political and cultural issues of the day. Featuring deep dives, investigations and exposés on today’s burning topics. Listen to CANDACE OWENS Monday through Friday at 3 PM ET / 2 PM CT.
 
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The World Association of Nuclear Operators generally keeps a low public profile, but its CEO Ingemar Engkvist joins us to explain why that low public profile is deliberate, and outlines how the organisation works and how its members support each other. He also discusses the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war. Watch out for Engkvist's very unusual sto…
 
BIG NEWS! Nuclear Hotseat is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit! Your donations are now tax-deductible. More info coming – stay tuned! More Radioactive Contamination Found in Ohio Homes Near PORTS Plant – Prof. Michael Ketterer Links from the Interview: Numnutz of the Week (For Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness) 60 Minutes’ Leslie Stahl interviews Rafael …
 
Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://bit.ly/3DzN2Uj Crypto millionaire Nikolai Mushegian, died mysteriously in a drowning after tweeting that he feared the CIA and Mossad were going to murder him. He is only one of a handful of crypto billionaires that have died in mysterious circumstances. So, what the hell is going …
 
Community involvement is a central element in the success of the Department of Energy's environmental cleanup program. Local community leaders, elected officials and the public at-large are encouraged to take a seat at the table to provide input and participate in discussions about cleanup priorities. The Energy Communities Alliance (ECA) in Washin…
 
The Christmas Season is upon us once again, and if you are like us, there is so much fun to be had that it can feel overwhelming and even suck some of the joy out of the most wonderful time of the year. To avoid that, we are being intentional about discussing our priorities for the season, filling out our must-do list, and checking it twice. The pl…
 
Dr Sandy Greer is an activist in Blyth, Ontario, near the potential site of a repository for low-level nuclear waste from power plants. Erika Simpson is a professor of political science at Western University; both women, and Adam Wynne are concerned about the potential for radioactive dangers if the large existing amount of nuclear waste is buried …
 
1) Greg’s interest in space leading him to electrical engineering and data recovery and away from fusion… and then back to fusion again 2) The intricacies of fusion and the public’s view of its potential 3) The process of working with the NRC and receiving approval for safety procedures 4) SHINE Technologies’ ideas, innovation and fusion processes…
 
Derek's fusion background all the way from middle school to his time at MIT How CTFusion differentiates itself from other fusion companies, as well as its various milestones The technical setup of spheromak and tokamak reactors in a fusion setting The overcoming of mechanical and fusion challenges, as well as insights into the future of fusion…
 
On this episode of AfriNuke podcast at COP27 with Veeshesh sunassy. We get his journey from Mauritius 🇲🇺 to Canada 🇨🇦 and his contribution to the nuclear for climate delivery team. Veeshesh was at the high level delegation in COP27 featuring the US president Biden while he declared a special monetary package for Africa and Egypt. A call to action a…
 
"Finally, I am sorry, that I failed you, your crew and the country." Listeners sent me their letters of last resort: what would they write if they were the British PM? Support the pod on Patreon at www.patreon.com/atomichobo Leave a tip via Paypal at www.paypal.me/atomichobo Thank you for listening. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more i…
 
Dr. Chris Keefer swung by to talk about all his big moves in Canada and why the Save Pickering campaign is popping off. Check out the Save Pickering campaign: https://www.canfornuclearenergy.org/save-pickering The Decouple: https://www.decouplemedia.org/ Follow Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dr_Keefer…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Rafael Grossi, director general of the world’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency. He’s been to Ukraine and has visited Putin in his continuing efforts to avert disaster at Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant. Is the Ukraine war a lesson that nuclear power is never risk-free?…
 
We use digital currency every day whenever we use a credit card, bank online or shop for goods on the internet. We can use our phones as money and transfer cash to family and friends simply by using numbers. It’s not exactly cash we are using, but a digital representation of that cash. Some digital currencies, such as cryptocurrency, even exist out…
 
The UK is in the middle of its worst outbreak of bird flu. The current strain of H5N1 avian influenza has devastated wild bird populations, killing thousands and affecting threatened species such as puffins and hen harriers. Bird flu has also been wreaking havoc on poultry, and since 7 November, all captive birds in England have been kept indoors t…
 
Paul Werbos is discouraged about the failure of COP27, but was excited about a zoom meeting in China where the Chinese seem eager to set up an internet-regulating system; he would like to combine that with the Guterres and Biden desire for an office to manage all existential threats. Opinions in the group were divided as to whether a ceasefire in t…
 
Host Jon Olson talks with US Navy Vice Admiral Frank “Trey” Whitworth, Director of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), and they discuss NGA’s role in the US Intelligence Community and support for American national security.By Jon Olson | KYMN News
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to the palliative care doctor and author Rachel Clarke. She has written thought-provoking, moving accounts of what it's like to be a junior doctor, and how it felt to confront the Covid pandemic. But perhaps her most powerful book focuses on a subject that many doctors, and the public, find it difficult to discuss: Death. In D…
 
Following the recent LME week and COP27, we are checking in on the metals market. In particular, Copper, Aluminum and Steel. All these metals face the twin forces of energy transition & sustainability alongside a global market destabilized by COVID, trade wars and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. What have been the major trends in these metals in 2022…
 
To give you some pointers on how to control your carbon footprint I'm talking this time to John Cossham. And not just about being green and cutting carbon, but our wide-ranging discussions included population, changing the system, being vegan or vegetarian, the steady-state economy, doughnut economics, gross domestic happiness, tipping points and p…
 
At a recent conference in France, scientists and government representatives voted to scrap the leap second by 2035. Leap seconds are added periodically to synchronise atomic time and astronomical time, which get out of sync because of variations in the Earth’s rotation. Madeleine Finlay speaks to JT Janssen, the chief scientist at NPL, the National…
 
Robert Rapier is a chemical engineer with more than 25 years of international engineering experience in chemicals, oil and gas, and renewables, who writes for Forbes and Utility Forecaster. In this episode, Rapier talks about the ongoing diesel shortage in the U.S., the mismatch between domestic crude production and domestic refining capacity, his …
 
john Liu witnessed the transformation of t he Loess Plateau in China resulting from the work of the local people who made terraces, enriched the soil, and planted trees. Since then he has been engaged in promoting ecological camps in other parts of the world for people to volunteer their labor. Both Heather Schibli and Joyce Hostyn are Canadians wh…
 
Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://bit.ly/3DzN2Uj I publicly asked Kim K to condemn Balenciaga for their pedophilic ad campaign thinking it would be easy for her to condemn child porn. Unfortunately, I was wrong. It took her 6 days to issue a pathetic statement in which she failed to part ways with the brand. Plus, …
 
In this episode, we were fresh out of hydrogen so we need to watch Chain Reaction (1996) to learn how to make some more. How does this Cold Fusion adjacent movie draw on nuclear themes for its plot? Does the subplot about our heroes being framed as spies for China stealing national secrets have parallels to real life events? Did Evel Kinevil ever j…
 
Zeinab Badawi speaks to American artist and writer Barbara Chase-Riboud at the Serpentine Galleries in London. Over a career spanning seven decades, Chase-Riboud has explored public memory and commemorative forms, as well as shone a light on historical perspectives that have been overlooked or neglected. Her work raises fascinating questions about …
 
Snoring can root from a number of causes, but sleeping on your side can usually help prevent it. Learn the science of snores in this classic episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://health.howstuffworks.com/mental-health/sleep/disorders/does-sleeping-on-side-stop-snoring.htm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. Malaysia's Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, recounts being put on trial for sodomy and corruption. Our guest is the BBC's South East Asia correspondent, Jonathan Head, who tells us about Malaysian political history. Iran's first women's minister desc…
 
“Putting it All Together” takes concepts from the preceding episodes and explains large scale exercises, introducing assets beyond fighters and even beyond aviation assets to train for modern multi-domain joint operations in settings such as Air Wing Fallon, Red Flag, and the Army’s NTC and JRTC. Host and panel stories illustrate the objectives and…
 
This month the world population reached 8 billion people - and India is leading the charge. It's set to overtake China as most populous country in the world next year. India is currently home to more than 1.39 billion people. By April, the UN says it will hit 1.42 billion. What’s caused this rapid population growth, what does it mean for India, its…
 
Asking customers for charitable donations at checkout can raise a lot of money -- and a lot of goodwill for the business. (And no, businesses can't write off your donations on their taxes.) Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://money.howstuffworks.com/checkout-charity-is-good-for-business.htm See omnystudio.com/li…
 
One of the most costly conflicts of the 21st century may be over. Representatives of the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan rebels signed a peace agreement earlier this month. After two years of war, and perhaps half a million civilian deaths, Tigrayan forces are to give up their weapons; the Ethiopian army will take control of Tigray; and aid shoul…
 
For a limited time, we have the Black Friday deal of the year: 50% off DailyWire+ memberships AND gift memberships. 2022 was a huge year. We launched DailyWire+, released the most talked about documentary in America “What Is A Woman?”, and so much more. But this is just the beginning. We are building the future you want to see and there has never b…
 
New recordings featuring the voices of 53 species of turtle, caecilian and tuatara previously thought to be silent have illuminated the evolutionary origins of vocal communication. Gabriel Jorgevich-Cohen a PhD student at the University of Zurich has travelled the world collecting recordings and summarised his findings in Nature Communications this…
 
This odd tradition seems to stem from early in the history of Thanksgiving being a national holiday, and has only gotten more formal (and more silly) in recent years. Learn about turkeys in the White House in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://history.howstuffworks.com/american-history/presidential-turkey-pardon.htm See omny…
 
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