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This podcast is a telling of stories of submarines and the brave people that have crewed them. From the first men to board a submarine to modern uses of nuclear powered boats, I plan to tell the tales of the silent service that haven't had a significant platform to be heard. You can email me suggestions, comments, or topics I should cover at bubbleheadpod@gmail.com.
 
Hello, I am Patty a Paranormal Investigator in Wisconsin. I will share my experiences with you from past to current investigations. What evidence was found and the different devices i use to get evidence. My Podcast will also have a variety of topics including haunted items, folklore, odd stories, witch topics, haunted objects found online by sellers, haunted places and more!! Enjoy .. Miss Paranormal. It will be an adventure!
 
A hybrid relaxation/storytelling/comedy/science/adventure podcast. Join Scientist and Explorer Jonathan Peter Atwood as he tells stories about his adventures all over the world and beyond. Music, ambient sounds and sound effects all combine with Jonathan’s narration to help you chill, reduce stress, and enjoy a quiet, comforting sleep. Created by Chris Mancini. Music and Sound Design by Ron Tanski. Shows drop the first and 15th of every month.
 
A hidden city called Leviathan lies deep within the dark trenches of the Pacific Ocean. The city is home to a community of immortals that sought to create a utopia over 1,000 years ago. For a millennia, they lived in peace and secrecy, gently influencing world events to aid the advancement of mankind. But a terrible secret has been kept deep within the catacombs of Leviathan that threatens the existence of the immortals, and quite possibly the entire world. One woman named Macallan Orsel, a ...
 
Data Driven: the podcast where we explore the emerging field of Data Science. We bring the best minds in Data, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence right to you every Tuesday. The field of data science mashes up the worlds of statistics, database architecture and software engineering. Data Scientist has been labelled by the Harvard Business Review, as "the sexiest job of the 21st century." A quick search of job search sites reveal that this field is in high dem ...
 
"Aircraft and Submarines" is a history of the development of these forms of transportation and their ultimate use in warfare. Also a brief history of submarine use in commercial applications. A thoroughly enjoyable piece for anyone interested in the detailed development of these modes of transportation. Summary by William Tomcho
 
The torpedo submarine's inventor, Jack Farnum, is looking for investors to help him kick his new shipyard into high gear. He already has his crew set, with sixteen year old Jack Benson as the captain, and his friend Hal Hastings running the engines. But, there may be some changes to the crew of the Pollard on the horizon. - Summary by Ann Boulais
 
Chris Smith has worked in news and current affairs on radio and TV nationally and international for more than 30 years. He’s won several awards for reporting and broadcasting excellence. Currently, his show outrates all stations at this time of day, while he juggles TV appearances on Channel 7’s Sunrise, and Channel 9’s Weekend Today Show and Mornings. He’s an active host of charity events and coaches kids’ sport. His focus on-air is breaking news, but after 15 years hosting his program, he ...
 
It is a wonderful December day in Spruce Beach, FL, and everyone is waiting, waiting for something special that has been promised. The "Benson", the fast submarine built by the Pollard Submarine Boat Company, is set to arrive. But, there are more people who are interested in the "Benson" than those picnicking on the beach. Who could they be? (Ann Boulais)
 
Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business is proud to share Humans of Tepper, a student-led podcast from one of the nation's top MBA programs. Listen in as students, alumni, and faculty have authentic conversations about their experiences at the university and what it means to be at the intersection of business, technology, and analytics. Thank you for listening, and we hope you enjoy meeting some of the humans of Tepper.
 
Welcome to Tac Ops, a podcast dedicated to information about militaries from around the world. Hosts Greg, founder of YouTube channel Covert Cabal, and Eric, US Navy Submariner Veteran and founder of r/Submarines subreddit, interview a wide array of guests with specific military knowledge.
 
Cranker Comedy creator Ross Voss hosts his very own show, chatting with Adelaide's Emerging & Established Comedians. Alongside Christopher Warman they chat about comedy, and anything else that comes up along the way. These short episodes are a perfect introduction to the world of Cranker Comedy, a weekly Stand Up Comedy Night nestled in the Band Room at The Crown & Anchor Hotel, which has been running for over nine years on Tuesday nights.
 
The Sure Thing is the untold story of how two university friends hatched a near perfect crime, only to be undone by the desire for more. Angus Grigg pieces together Australia's biggest insider trading scam in a new six-part podcast from The Australian Financial Review. New episodes released every Monday 6am AEDT.
 
Join us every week for woodworking inspiration and fun. Hosts John Doyle, Logan Wittmer, and Phil Huber from Woodsmith magazine share what they're working on, lessons learned, shop stories, and behind-the-scenes news at Woodsmith. Be on the lookout for special interviews and answers to listener questions. For more check out www.Woodsmith.com/podcasts.
 
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Mick Tsikas/AAP Senator Rex Patrick is currently challenging the secrecy around Scott Morrison’s national cabinet. He’s brought legal action – the outcome is pending – to attempt to have the minutes of this body, which includes federal, state and territory leaders, made public. The government claims the documents are protected by an exemption for c…
 
Daniel Newcomer started his submarine career aspirations in 8th grade. His dad was a traveling Baptist preacher and when he was onboard the USS City of Corpus Christi was exposed to a family tour that both surprised and shocked him. Now Daniel reconnects with his submarine brothers and enjoys reminiscing about his times in the smoke shack. He also …
 
Do you have a stash of projects that just can't find the light of day? Blue Tubs filled with someday items? Projects hid behind the layout skirting in shame? Does looking at them bring you happiness or despair? Our panel discusses these projects and how we have dealt with them in the past and currently. Greg Dahl, Dan Dossa, Thomas Gasior MMR, Davi…
 
The Athletic's Carl Anka, Andy Mitten & Laurie Whitwell discuss what went wrong for United as they are beaten by Villarreal in the Europa League Final and look back on a season that has ended in disappointment. Did Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's get the major decisions right on the night? Should he have left some options on the bench? Andy & Laurie share t…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie is joined by Professor Rob McLaughlin, Dr Tamsin Paige and Associate Professor Douglas Guilfoyle to talk about the application of the law of armed conflict to submarine cables. These cables carry information crucial for national security. They are an essential part of the link between overseas embassies and their …
 
It's true -- back in 1999, the CIA founded its own venture capital investment firm. Unlike other, similar businesses, In-Q-Tel doesn't really need to make a profit, and their portfolio isn't particularly diverse. But they do invest, and if you can get their attention, you can get the budget of your dreams. So what exactly is this thing, and why doe…
 
Episode #11 - 3D printing, layout design advice, roads and highway lines, plus more unsolicited advice. We welcome Eric Jon Boone to our crew. Eric is a CAD artist and likes to use his skills for 3D printing, laser cutting, and other hobby interest. He is also building a new layout based on the Pere Marquette in Michigan. Mike Jordan, Ken Zieska, a…
 
A caller inspires the guys to look into explanations for a strange UFO sighting in south Georgia. Investigators use a photograph of a man holding cheese to capture and analyze fingerprints. A listener breaks down some of the reasons why sexual assault kits end up getting caught in the notorious, ongoing national backlog -- and the guys explore what…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Michael O'Hanlon about forecasting what the future of military technology holds, and the conflicts should we be planning for or trying to avoid. The speed of technological development and digital transformation makes this job harder than ever. They discuss how he thinks out what the future holds – both …
 
A long time ago, 1975 to be exact, I came across a book that I consumed with a passion and fervor that hitherto I had not really experienced. That book is still on my shelf, along with several others in a similar vein that served to inspire and thrill me in my last years in High School. The book(s) told me the story of men who would become my heroe…
 
Conflict has decided the course of human civilization since the dawn of recorded history, and war has evolved in step with our species. Numerous countries spend billions every year either waging war or preparing for future conflicts. But what if there's more to the story? What if, at this point, war has become an economic necessity? Learn more abou…
 
This week Nat breaks a story to Aly about a very unknown supernatural topic: The Witch's Seed. Throughout history various forms of supernatural conception have appeared as Changelings, Demonic Children, and Alien Hybrids. What does it all mean? And where are these children today? Featuring interviews with actual sources and even an expert guest!…
 
Join us this week with a podcast about capitalism and corporate overreach, and how it insidiously makes its way into our lives and takes over -- it's Null/Void by Cole Burkhardt. Like what you hear? Us too. You can learn more about Null/Void on Cole's website. Content Warnings: Detailed inner thoughts of depression and self-hate, mentions of death …
 
This week we learn of the anti-social behavior of Jaime Osuna to his cellmate, Amazon Warehouses halted by hate crime nooses and a Woman crushed by a Sofa that was thrown responsibly from a roof...Originally Recorded 2nd June 2021—————————————————————————————New episodes every Wednesday - Subscribe!iTunes: apple.co/2f6ia06Stitcher: bit.ly/2GOMiwYTu…
 
Recently, national security debates in the United States and Australia have been heavily focused on the likelihood of conflict in the Taiwan Straits. Anastasia Kapetas is joined by Ryan Hass, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution to discuss the credibility of this narrative. They discuss the likelihood of conflict over Taiwan and how Taiwan ca…
 
NEW DELHI: It’s still the world’s most populous nation but, according to China’s latest census, its birth rate is shrinking and so is the working population that contributes majorly to the economy. With a view to arresting this trend, the government has now allowed couples to have up to three children. Will that work? In this episode of ‘News Warri…
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this week’s episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn discusses with Michelle…
 
WMMB’s Bill Mick and Dave get into discussions over whether or not Social Media an actual human right? And if it is, doesn’t Donald Trump have it? The legislature in Texas apparently has waaaaay too much free time, asking the question, “Should the National Anthem be de riguer at sporting events?” In North Carolina a local County Board bans Coco-Col…
 
It appears the government of China is testing a camera system that uses AI and facial recognition to reveal unspoken emotional states in the oppressed Uyghur population. After a creepy personal experience with social media, privacy expert Robert G. Reeve busts the myths about our phones hearing us -- and reveals, instead, what he sees as the much m…
 
The abomination called passwords become centerstage discussion in this episode. The bane of everyone's existence, passwords, while becoming the reality of technology and computing, is fast becoming an issue. Data leaks, breaches makes it difficult for an average user to use it effectively. We discuss at length about passwords and what are the alter…
 
A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber and heard every Friday night from 10 to midnight on 90.3 KFAI-FM, Minneapolis, and KFAI.org.. This item belongs to: audio/crapfromthepast. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Item Tile, JPEG, JP…
 
It is a dark time for the Empire Wreckers. After becoming unwitting agents of the First Order and a devious corporate mastermind, the scavenger crew faked their deaths in the maelstrom of the Kessel Run. In order to continue their fight against the ancient Kwa, the unlikely heroes must head towards the galactic core, far from the leering eyes of th…
 
Hey, STDWYK fans! We already know you love great podcasts, so we think you'll also like Missing On 9/11. Take a listen to the trailer and decide for yourself. About Missing on 9/11: Sept. 10, 2001. One block from the World Trade Center. Security cameras capture the last known images of Dr. Sneha Anne Philip, shopping. The next day, chaos. What happ…
 
I was recently reading my local “Community Newspaper,” which it isn’t, but by calling itself this it makes everybody feel better. It has an Op-Ed page, consisting of two opinion columns. That’s it. All the opinion that’s fit to print.Anyway, this weeks(?) opinion column was all about how COVID-19 has “killed” the local newspaper business.Okay, tech…
 
From the "Employees Only" doors of local businesses to vast swathes of ocean and secret labs in some of the world's most remote locations, planet Earth is filled with restricted areas. In today's episode, the guys explore the nature of restricted zones -- and the rumors about the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know going on inside. Learn more about y…
 
Indian defence satellite requirements are being steered by the ISRO ambit. The forces require satellite support in varied areas, most of which are also required for usage otherwise by the country. We have had major successes in the area of satellite and launch capabilities. Brig SK Chatterji (Retd) Editor Bharatshakti.in discusses the issues of imp…
 
Just how many people have spotted unusual, faerie-like creatures on the frontier? Why do some medical institutions still use electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)? What if some inanimate objects are not only self-aware, but resentful? All this and more in this week's listener mail. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Things are happing quickly. Too quickly for my liking, but not all that unexpectedly.The problem with Dr. Fauci is simply that he never should have been the Corona virus spokes-mouth – officially or otherwise – in the first place. It simply wasn’t his place. And someone who has so many years in government, playing the game, as it were, should have …
 
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