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How is your organization emerging from the pandemic? Are you returning to the office, working remotely, or trying a hybrid format? Turbine Labs’ Daily 3 minute "The Future of Work Briefing" singles out the most impactful return to work, economic recovery, and related headlines powered by our AI platform, so you are guaranteed essential information to start your day. Prefer to read your headlines? Try our daily newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox: https://turb.la/3ATIaEX Curious abou ...
 
emcee ? podcast creator? producer ? video director/ photographer ? ***ARTIST I HAVE WORKED WITH*** (FKA EDDIE BROCK 661) Planet Asia Sha stimuli Apathy Big Twins K Young Dion Tristate Blu Termanology Topic Ras Kass Braille Fashawn Turbin Suave Ski Jewelz White Ryu (music video) Tak (music Video) Dam Funk (music Video) MED (music Video) here to network, build my brand, and reach new people all over the world! lets build!
 
2020 isn't going to be fun for anybody, left, right, or center. What many call the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime is going to be exhausting, ugly, angry, and probably at least a little racist. Listen as Robert Evans, Katy Stoll, and Cody Johnston try to keep level heads covering the election while traveling the country, from the Iowa Caucus to gun shows and anti-vaccine conventions, finding out what Real America really wants and thinks during the, “Worst Year Ever.”
 
District of Conservation is a podcast highlighting the incredible conservationists who thrive and survive deep in or around "The Swamp." These are the policymakers, storytellers, trailblazers, and hardworking folks who go unnoticed but shape this region—whether they live or work here. In addition to guests, the podcast will also cover difficult and even controversial conservation public policy matters and news. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
 
Alastair Caithness, CEO of Energy Tokens & Ziyen Energy, discusses with co-hosts David Rogers and the 'Shep' about the Blockchain, Tokenization, Energy Sector and the transition to the digital age. We also feature guests who are leaders in the blockchain discussing their views on blockchain, bitcoin and digitization. Our popular podcasts are available worldwide on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify, Anchor, and RSS Feeds and any place else where you get your podcasts
 
The POWER Podcast provides listeners with insight into the latest news and technology that is poised to affect the power industry. POWER’s Executive Editor Aaron Larson conducts interviews with leading industry experts and gets updates from insiders at power-related conferences and events held around the world.
 
After 12 Years And 1.5 Million listens..The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show Will Come To An End On 9/20/20 With Our 12 Year Anniversary Show. BTR Will Not Host All 12 Years Of Past Shows So I Have Moved All The Old Episodes To Talkshoe.com: https://www.talkshoe.com/user/heavymetalmayhem Easily Search For All The Old Shows On The Blog: http://heavymetalmayhembigcheese.blogspot.com/
 
A collection of the finest soothing & relaxing sounds which are ideal for sleep, relaxation, focus, studying, meditation, yoga, ASMR and helpful for tinnitus sufferers.Take a break during your busy day for relaxation and or meditation, get comfortable in a relaxing position and let these calming natural sounds diffuse your stress and tension. Listen while you sleep.Many sounds have the power to relax and ease us into sleep. Studies show natural sounds have a particularly relaxing and mindful ...
 
On Body Bangin' we will be talking about all things "body"...auto body that is! Hi! I'm Micki Woods, a marketing and business growth specialist for the collision industry. As a former shop owner I understand that there is so much information out there that sometimes it seems like we are trying to drink out of a fire hose, yet we are so thirsty for quality information. On the Body Bangin' podcast we will have a fun time while talking about small and large topics with a variety of guests from ...
 
Welcome to DOMinating Your Investments, a podcast hosted by Dom Rinaldi, where you can learn about stocks, personal finance, and creating generational wealth. This podcast is created for all individuals who would like to improve their financial well-being via the stock market and improve their finances. You will learn my opinions of what makes a quality stock to invest in for the long term, how to identify trends to invest in, and stock market news. We will have guest speakers from companies ...
 
Timely interviews on environmental issues that matter most on the North Coast and our bioregion, along with news and information on upcoming meetings, hikes and events. Presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, publisher of our bioregion's environmental newspaper, EcoNews. The EcoNews Report features a rotating cast of representatives from our member groups.
 
This is the official Amish Road Show from Amishroadshow.com Come join us as we travel the countryside discovering lots of great places to see in Lancaster County, PA. We will be meeting great people, seeing great points of interest, and discovering the Amish, Mennonite, and other Plain Communities from the Area.
 
Welcome to Teacher Talk Radio! I am your host Teacher Jen! I am a kindergarten teacher. I have been teaching for 5 years and LOVE it. In 2007, I earned the title, Teacher of the Year! Teaching is my hobby, but it's also my passion. I love to learn and share what I know with others! I have my Masters and Specialist degrees in education and plan on attaining my Doctorate in the near future. I encourage all teachers to continue learning in formal and informal ways to grow and learn how to bette ...
 
Sejam muito bem vindos ao meu canal PlastCast. Escute e aprecie as dicas, entrevistas e novidades sobre esse maravilhoso mundo da Cirurgia Plástica, Anestesia, Pré e Pós Operatório, Valorização da Autoestima e busca de um estilo de Vida Saudável. Pra quem não me conhece, eu sou o Dr. Adriano Medeiros e vou contar um pouco sobre minha trajetória de vida profissional aqui embaixo. Dra. Adriano Medeiros Nasceu no Rio de Janeiro, no dia 13 de setembro de 1977 no Hospital de Força Aérea do Galeão ...
 
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Morten Handberg from Wind Power Lab joined us to discuss wind turbine blade fatigue cracks and how operators can diagnose and creative preventative maintenance plans. We also explore subsea cable technology, including a 450 mile cable that now ranks as the world’s longest – are these cables at risk? Can they be protected from natural damage and eve…
 
So you have decided to build your dream cabin out in the woods and sit out the Zombie Apocalypse. So how would you design your lifestyle so that the utilities you consume are reliable, safe and gentle on the planet? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the various utility systems options for water harvesting, waste dis…
 
In this episode of DOMinating Your Investments, I take a Deep Dive into Digital Turbine (APPS) which is a stock that has been a mobile advertising success. I will explore the company's leadership team, products, fundamentals, and future potential growth. You will learn more about why I believe Digital Turbine is still in the beginning stages of the…
 
Wind turbines keep getting bigger and bigger. The reason is that the power a wind turbine can theoretically generate is proportional to the disk-shaped area swept out by its blades. So, the bigger the blades, the more power can be produced by a single turbine. That being said, real-world turbines don’t achieve their theoretical power output because…
 
I sat down with Jens Gravgaard, Project Development Director for Ørsted. Jens has had a fascinating career at the forefront of global wind development. We talk about many topics on offshore wind in this episode, including training, technology developments and limits, and what it means for the US. Pathfinder Book…
 
More wind turbines in the ocean mean more renewable energy on the grid. But what's the impact on fisheries? Pennsylvania's attorney general files criminal charges for the Mariner East pipeline. A new group is encouraging people to retire their lawnmowers and leafblowers and plant native species.By The Allegheny Front
 
In Episode 219 of District of Conservation, Gabriella explores the brewing wolf war out West, the REEF Act, and why fishermen need to have their concerns about offshore wind projects, like Vineyard Wind, heard. SHOW NOTES Yellowstone IG Post on Wolves and Press Release | Sportsmen's Alliance Response REEF Act Vineyard Wind | Time Magazine Article |…
 
Two massive California wildfires that erupted during a lightning storm on September 9 have continued to threaten groves of giant sequoia trees in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains. As of the beginning of October, flames from the KNP Complex fire had burned in or passed through 11 sequoia groves, including the famed Giant Forest in Sequoia Nation…
 
In this episode of DOMinating Your Investments, I get to sit down and have a deep dive discussion on Palantir with YouTube Channel Host Jackson from Palantir Vision. We cover a wide range of topics from Stock-Based Compensation, New Potential Products, Competitive Advantages, Time Horizons for Investing in the Stock, and Future Anticipated Market C…
 
Insiders have long been talking about the energy transition taking place within the power industry. Most of the chatter has revolved around renewable energy, specifically wind and solar power, and the shift from coal- to gas-fired generation in the U.S. However, one expert from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) told POWER that carbon cap…
 
Emergency rooms across the country are filling with patients even as COVID-19 cases continue to fall, underscoring the large number of patients who delayed treatment during the delta surge and now face worsened symptoms from other illnesses. The number of new daily coronavirus cases has plunged 57% since peaking on Sept. 1, but many people who come…
 
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive pest from Asia that arrived in the United States seven years ago. It is a handsome and colorful insect, but it feeds on the sap of more than 70 plant species, leaving them susceptible to disease and destruction from other natural antagonists. It destroys fruit crops, trees, and plants by hopping from plant to p…
 
The largest police union in New York City is suing to challenge the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all city workers. The Police Benevolent Association of New York said it opposes the mandate because it does not allow the option of being tested weekly instead of vaccination. The union also claimed the mandate does not contain sufficient protect…
 
New York’s largest community choice clean energy program has been activated in the City of Rochester. The program, offered by Rochester Community Power, offers 57,000 residences and small businesses access to clean energy from hydropower and wind sources. It requires customers to opt out rather than enroll in order to provide clean energy to the gr…
 
U.S. stock futures edged slightly higher Monday as the five largest U.S. tech companies plan to report earnings this week, starting Monday with Facebook. Energy stocks have also continued to surge, challenging climate-conscious money managers who are now missing out on the world’s hottest stocks. Top Wall Street analysts see upside in these stocks …
 
The warming of the Atlantic Ocean has driven the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population from its traditional and protected habitat. This has exposed the whales to more lethal ship collisions, increased entanglements with commercial fishing gear, and greatly reduced calving rates. Since 2010, the calving rate has declined, and t…
 
In Episode 224 of District of Conservation, Gabriella compares and contrasts Virginia's gubernatorial candidates - Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin - on firearms/Second Amendment rights, sportsmen's issues, and energy. At the end of her analysis, she mentions who earned her vote yesterday. Tune in! SHOW NOTES Firearms McAuliffe's gun control plat…
 
Metalico, a metal recycler on Neville Island in Allegheny County, is now the target of EPA. It has been a nuisance to the community for years. Pittsburgh has a new light pollution ordinance. An astronomer advocates for dark skies. Criminal charges against a pipeline company do little to spark action in the Pa. legislature.…
 
Apple’s privacy change rolled out in April is beginning to disrupt the online ad market, hurting e-commerce players and creating challenges for tech companies. Snap cited Apple’s change as one reason it expects growth to slow in the current quarter. Snap shares fell 20% in after-hours trading after it made that disclosure in its earnings report. Fa…
 
Ammonia is the second most produced chemical in the world. More than half of it is used in agriculture to produce various kinds of fertilizer, to produce cotton defoliants that make cotton easier to pick, and to make antifungal agents for fruits. Globally, ammonia represents more than a $50 billion a year market. Current methods to make ammonia req…
 
Weekly jobless claims hit a pandemic-era low last week with first-time filings for unemployment insurance totaling 290,000 for the week ended Oct. 16, down 6,000 from the previous period. Economists had estimated an even 300,000. The tight labor market has employers reluctant to lay off workers, encouraging unemployment claims to trend near their l…
 
Trying a ten year old beer is nothing compared to this weeks beers. Let's start with an 18 year old beer. Slottskällans Imperial Stout 2003 is a long forgotten beer from the past. Much sought after at the time, today it's a dusty relic of the past that holds up impressively well. Nils Oscar has been around in Sweden for a long time. This 19 year ol…
 
The accelerating adoption of wind and solar energy is driving a growing interest in energy storage technologies. An electric grid dominated by intermittent power sources will need large-scale energy storage. Grid-scale energy storage is expected to increase at least 10 times over the next decade and this will require nearly $300 billion in investme…
 
In this episode, we discuss the installation of offshore wind turbines at Hornsea 2, which are being embedded in the seafloor via suction caisson jackets. But, how do they work? We also discuss Australia’s future in renewables, the Sami people’s legal battle over a wind farm that disrupts reindeer herding. Plus, can Puerto Rico’s electricity grid b…
 
The Food and Drug Administration is planning to allow Americans to receive a different COVID-19 vaccine as a booster from the one they initially received. A recent federally-funded study found that recipients of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose shot who received a Moderna booster saw their antibody levels rise 76-fold in 15 days, compared with only …
 
A recent study from Lancaster University in the UK has concluded that global computing is likely to be responsible for a greater share of greenhouse gas emissions than previously thought and that share is continuing to grow. Previous calculations of the contributions from information and communications technology (or ICT) estimated that globally it…
 
American billionaires added $2.1 trillion to their fortunes during the pandemic, a new report found. The Institute for Policy Studies and Americans for Tax Fairness tracked billionaires' gains since March 2020, noting their wealth grew by 70%. Tesla CEO Elon Musk saw the biggest gains, surpassing former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as the richest person i…
 
In Episode 223 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews her new friend Mallory Walser - a former TV broadcast journalist-turned-avid hunter . Like Gabriella, Mallory grew up in California. Mallory previously worked for KBZK, KTUU, and KEYC before her current job in digital media. Mallory discusses learning to hunt from her husband (whom sh…
 
Retail sales increased by 0.7% in September, defying expectations for a pullback amid supply chain issues, the Census Bureau reported. Compared with a year ago, sales were up 13.9% on the headline number. Experts attribute the uptick to students heading back to school and workers returning to the office. Facebook on Track for Holiday Ad Surge Despi…
 
As a current body shop consultant that's been in our industry for many years, John Shoemaker sees a major issue in the collision industry that you may not think is that big of an "issue" yet needs to be addressed. John sees shops run in to huge problems not measuring vehicles and talks about how measuring can help not only with the technical side o…
 
A new study led by the University of British Columbia provides the first comprehensive look at what climate change, overfishing, and habitat destruction of coral reefs mean for their ecosystem services. For humans, this means how the global decline in coral reefs has affected their ability to provide essential benefits including food, livelihoods, …
 
In Episode 222 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses a breaking news story relating to the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial election and how the state's electric utility company funneled $200K to a shadowy leftist group discouraging gun voters from voting for Glenn Youngkin, who is more pro-gun than Terry McAuliffe. SHOW NOTES Richmond Ti…
 
Scott discusses a busy lively Council meeting on October 13th. Council approved the new Parks & Recreation Master Plan, the Master Site Plan for the new Civic campus of The Ottawa Hospital, an extension and expansion of the Automated Speed Enforcement in school zones program and a new Small Business Property Tax Subclass.Locally, approval of the zo…
 
Many people dream of the day they can buy themselves a dozen acres out in the country, build their little cabin, raise some tomatoes and let the world drift by with all its craziness and insane stimulation. Surprisingly few actually turn that dream into reality. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the process and pitf…
 
Researchers say too many deer and invasive plants are threatening the long-term survival of Pa.'s forests. A filmmaker of a new documentary about a massive effort to clean up a Western Pa. river says it's a hopeful story. The author of a book about individual liberty and private property rights argues that signing a gas lease shouldn't be one of th…
 
Welcome to DOMinating Your Investments, a podcast where you will learn about stocks, personal finance, and creating generational wealth. In this episode, we get to interview 7Investing CEO Simon Erickson, learn about his life experiences that have made him a better investor, and led him to eventually start his own company to help other choose winni…
 
More than 10,000 workers at 14 John Deere plants went on strike Thursday after members of the United Auto Workers union said the company’s proposed contract failed to meet wage and retirement expectations. Union representatives said the circumstances are in the striking workers’ favor given the labor shortage. Workers for Kellog’s have been strikin…
 
There is a lot of interest in carbon capture and sequestration (or CCS) in the context of trapping the carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and industrial facilities. The fossil fuel industry is especially enthusiastic about the potential for continuing to burn fuels without harming the environment. Apart from the technical challenges, there …
 
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