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Best Marine podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Marine podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Mariners Church is a community of ordinary people from all walks of life courageously trusting Him to do the extraordinary. Simply put, we’re trusting Him to do what we can’t – heal, transform, renew, forgive, provide and sustain. Through our stories, He is glorified, lives are changed and our communities are impacted. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Mariners welcomes you.
 
Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate. New episodes are available every two weeks.
 
The Marine Conservation Happy Hour is a podcast that looks at the many different sides of Marine Science and Conservation in an informal setting - a during a pub Happy Hour, chatting casually over a few (or more) drinks. The show is co-hosted by Andrew Lewin, @Craken_McCraic, and @DrScarlettSmash. Everyone is a marine scientist who is passionate about the Ocean, marine mammals (whales, seals, dolphins, porpoises, polar bears and more), sharks and other fish, invertebrates (especially squid & ...
 
For nearly 23 years, Mitch Levy hosted one of the most successful and longest running morning-drive sports radio talk shows in America. Outspoken and unafraid analysis loaded with humor and unparalleled interviews. Please join us as we embark on an exciting and somewhat mysterious new journey. Become a monthly "patron" to support the show & enjoy access to not only regularly scheduled episodes but BONUS podcasts as well. Goodbye terrestrial radio. Hello podcast world!
 
Your morning show styled podcast for all things GameFollow Jon and Dave on a magical Warhammer 40,000 journey of getting rules wrong accidentally on purpose. If you like laughter, romance, intrigue and a whole lot of 40k banter then saddle up, because we're dropping this like an iron duke every two weeks.
 
We are ready to get down and dirty about current events, politics, and society. There will be a fair amount of history thrown in here as well because one of us decided to get a real degree. The other just decided to get real opinions. We will argue and every now and again we might even agree but you will learn something either way. Plus with a rough and rugged style, you will leave with your cussing quotient met in spades.You can also find some videos going more in depth here: https://www.yo ...
 
?DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence focuses on promoting the highest ideals of journalism through theory and practice. Recognizing the importance of the role of the media in society, the Center offers training, teaching, expertise and professional outreach.The Center was officially launched in May 2016, under the co-leadership of Peabody Prize-winning Chicago and national media veterans Carol Marin and Don Moseley.Located in the College of Communication in the ...
 
Squad Tactica is a Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team podcast focused on Kill Teams and the narratives they forge. We will talk about the Kill Team rules, fluff, squad building, customization, personal narrative and battle reps. This is a show all about Kill Team and all the exciting things we get to experience as we explore what the game has to offer.
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety.New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
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The MCHH Crew and Andrew Kornblatt, host of the Ocean Science Radio Podcast, discuss the righteousness of the science during Star Wars. This is part 2. Did you enjoy these last two episodes? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. Check out the new Speak Up For The Ocean Blue Podcast App: ht…
 
Dr. Hanna Koch has been given many nicknames, including "coral matchmaker" and "coral fertility doctor." She's conducting managed breeding efforts with threatened coral species, part of the coral reef science and restoration mission of Mote Marine Laboratory scientists in the Florida Keys. In this episode of "Two Sea Fans," Koch explains where cora…
 
Pastor Derwin reflects on the past ten years of Transformation Church. In February 2010, Pastor Derwin and Vicki Gray along with a team of people came together to launch Transformation Church. Over the past ten years, TC has seen incredible growth, and Pastor Derwin has learned many lessons along the way. Listen in as he shares his insights on the …
 
The ocean plays a major role in regulating Earth’s temperature through exchange of chemicals and microbes with the atmosphere. When waves break, ocean-derived biological species including viruses and bacteria are transferred into the atmosphere. These species can ultimately form clouds, altering precipitation and climate. Highlights will be present…
 
Cryptocurrencies today serve two purposes: store of value and speculation. The application infrastructure that has been built around cryptocurrency is mostly to support these use cases. At some point in the future, perhaps cryptocurrencies can be used as a global medium of exchange that is accepted at the grocery store. Perhaps we will use the bloc…
 
As a professor of visual neuroscience at Newcastle University, Anya Hurlbert is one of our most respected researchers into the way we see colour. In a career as a physicist, physiologist, neuroscientist and physician at some of the great research institutes on both sides of the Atlantic, Anya’s investigations into how we perceive the colour of obje…
 
RUNDOWN With roughly 400 interviews throughout the history of the podcast, we comb through the archives to select four of the most memorable and put them together for a greatest hits style episode. This includes appearances by Army veteran Steven Elliott, Mitch's longtime friend John Bracken, 9/11 first responder Rob Serra, and PGA golfer Ken Green…
 
At Airbnb, infrastructure management is standardized across the organization. Platform engineering teams build tools that allow the other teams throughout the organization to work more effectively. A platform engineering team handles problems such as continuous integration, observability, and service discovery. Other teams throughout a company use …
 
As Russia's navy starts to transition away from the last of her legacy ships, to her approaching endgame in Syria, join us for the full hour to investigate the latest developments with Russia's national security posture, including the domestic power politics and relationships with its near abroad that influences the same. Our guest returning again …
 
A lot has been written about what went wrong at Pearl Harbor - a very American perspective. If you look at it from a neutral tactical view, or look at things from a Japanese perspective - there was a lot that went right at Pearl Harbor at the Tactical and Operational Level. Join Sal from CDR Salamander and EagleOne of EagleSpeak as they discuss for…
 
A gig economy application generates lots of notifications. There is SMS, mobile phone updates, emails, and native application updates. If you order a ride from Uber, you might receive a text message and a push notification at the same time. If an app overloads the user with notifications, the user might end up annoyed and delete the app from their …
 
When he joined the military, George Hardy and the other Tuskegee Airmen were not considered worthy of training and living among white service members. Despite that discrimination, Hardy and his fellow Tuskegee alumni distinguished themselves in the skies over Europe in World War II. In this episode of "Veterans Chronicles," Hardy tells us what it w…
 
In a modern data platform, distributed streaming systems are used to read data coming off of an application in real-time. There are a wide variety of streaming systems, including Kafka Streams, Apache Samza, Apache Flink, Spark Streaming, and more. When Eric Anderson joined the show back in 2016, he was working at Google on Google Cloud Dataflow, a…
 
The MCHH Crew is joined by Andrew Kornblatt of the Ocean Science Radio Podcast to discuss the merits of the (marine) science behind the science fiction story of Star Wars. Can you actually drive a Gungan submarine through the center of a planet? Can anyone explain Jar Jar Blinks?! These questions & more answered on this episode. Andrew is still pla…
 
Distributed stream processing frameworks are used to rapidly ingest and aggregate large volumes of incoming data. These frameworks often require the application developer to write imperative logic describing how that data should be processed. For example, a high volume of clickstream data that is getting buffered to Kafka needs to have a stream pro…
 
Andrew Kornblatt, host of the Ocean Science Radio Podcast, joins the MCHH Crew to talk about the latest and greatest Marine Conservation Board Games as a tool for SciComm. What is your favourite Marine Conservation Board Game? Share yours in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. Check out the new Speak Up For Th…
 
Since its ascendency to the premier maritime power, the US Navy - especially in the area of undersea warfare - has been at the leading edge of using technology to get a military edge. During the Cold War, significant and steady progress in the first two steps of the kill chain against submarines, location and tracking, made the prospect of engaging…
 
Rundown In this bonus episode, Mexie joins Brett on Rev Left Radio to discuss our outdoor experiences, and experiences with meditation and psychedelics, and how these things intersect and influence our political consciousness. It’s hard to pin down one main topic because our conversation was so rich and complex, but we’re both really excited to […]…
 
A cloud provider gives developers access to virtualized server infrastructure. When a developer rents this infrastructure via an API call, a virtual server is instantiated on physical machines. That virtual server needs to be made addressable through the allocation of an IP address to make it reachable from the open Internet. When the virtual serve…
 
Professor Myles Allen has spent thirty years studying global climate change, trying to working out what we can and can't predict. He was one of the first scientists to quantify the extent to which human actions are responsible for global warming. As a lead author on the 3rd Assessment by the International Panel on Climate Change in 2001, he conclud…
 
RUNDOWN Episode 79 begins with Scott’s heroic tale of re-connecting a lost child with his mother in the mean streets of Issaquah. Then, Mitch describes the toll on his family the loss of their dog Sadie has taken and the gradual recovery. Also, they chat about the lousy response to baseball brass the Astros demonstrated in the early days of Spring …
 
A data pipeline is a series of steps that takes large data sets and creates usable results from them. At the beginning of a data pipeline, a data set might be pulled from a database, a distributed file system, or a Kafka topic. Throughout a data pipeline, different data sets are joined, filtered, and statistically analyzed. At the end of a data pip…
 
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