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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.
 
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.
 
This is the true life story of one of the lone survivors of a Nuclear catastrophe the likes of which the world has never seen. Dave, also known simply as "The Irradiated One" sits all alone (almost) in his small bomb shelter, broadcasting to the remaining survivors of the calamity, talking about Role Playing Games, Netflix and naturally, boobs.
 
Canal sobre Emprendimiento y Startups en Latinoamérica, Soy CEO y Co-fundador de ayendahoteles.com una cadena de hoteles virtual, y con base tecnológica. Me gusta aprender sobre el ecosistema y hablar con emprendedores con experiencia prácticas en mis capítulos de este canal.
 
Join the Fairewinds Crew as we discuss our energy future. Due to climate change, the world is transitioning away from fossil fuels, and the nuclear industry with its government regulators have pushed for an atomic energy takeover. In this podcast, the Fairewinds Crew uncovers the true risk of nuclear power from unregulated atomic operations, and seedy backroom deals amongst nuclear energy insiders to the enormous financial burden and health cost imposed on the public by atomic power for the ...
 
Remember the cartoons you loved as a kid? Do you, like us, remember mid-2000s Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network with a mix of fondness and terror – or, if you don’t, do you want to know what the fuss was about? Join Mary, David, and Ben as we revisit the cartoons that shaped us in an episode-by-episode deep dive, as well as the Internet fan culture as it was then and is now. How do these nostalgic shows hold up? What do we think of them now, as not kids but sad adults? How has the zeitgeist an ...
 
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Kristin-McBride-Blanching-defects@pressure-pointsKristin McBride from UC Davis Blanching-defects@pressure-points We discuss imaging pressure point changes that only become... This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professionals This is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts. Direct link to itunes itunes link Please e…
 
1) The story of how Jeremy Gordon stumbled into editing Nuclear Engineering International Magazine with zero background in nuclear 2) Jeremy’s transition to the World Nuclear Association and how he built World Nuclear News 3) Fukushima as a case study for how to communicate about a developing emergency situation at a nuclear power plant 4) Why crea…
 
Dealing with failure is tough for any human, but it's especially tough for our young tiny humans who so desperately want to make us proud. But failure does happen, so how do we help our kids get through all the failures required to make it on the path of success? Listen in for our thoughts. Click the blue button here to send us a voice message: ABO…
 
INTRO - PODBLAST 1503:00 GO AHEAD AND DIE "Roadkill"09:20 CARCASS "Slaughtered In Soho"13:50 BREAK 216:30 HELLOWEEN "Out For The Glory"23:25 Helloween Interview 36:15 HELLOWEEN "Fear Of The Fallen"41:45 DECAPITATED "Cemeteral Gardens"47:45 BREAK 3 - Tours!50:10 INTERLOPER "Pathkeeper"55:30 LIGHT THE TORCH "More Than Dreaming"58:40 BREAK 41:00:00 FE…
 
Kristin-McBride-Blanching-defects@pressure-pointsKristin McBride from UC Davis Blanching-defects@pressure-points We discuss imaging pressure point changes that only become... This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professionals This is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts. Direct link to itunes itunes link Please e…
 
1) How Callum Thomas identified the human resources need in the nuclear industry, leading to the startup of his organization, Thomas Thor 2) Challenges and opportunities in finding and recruiting skilled personnel into the global nuclear workforce 3) Ways Thomas Thor is advocating for the nuclear industry and encouraging people to do independent re…
 
1. How Fiona Reilly’s nuclear career started as a commercial lawyer visiting a nuclear power plant during a refueling outage 2. The key to building future nuclear projects through a combination of risk sharing and profit sharing 3. How technology parks, medical isotopes, and fusion can play an important role in UK’s leveling up economic agenda 4. C…
 
1) What led Jason Crawford to make the jump from Silicon Valley to a focus on the history of technology and philosophy of progress 2) How Jason got into writing and connected with some of his favorite economic historians through a viral post on the invention of the bicycle 3) The critical events that strangled nuclear energy progress in its early y…
 
Money is all around us. It pervades so much of our lives. If we want our kids to grow up to be successful adults, they have to learn about money. In this episode, we dig into why it's important to teach our kids about money and how we choose to do so. Share a messy parenting moment by clicking the blue button here: ABOUT THE PODCAST |OUR NUCLEAR FA…
 
1) Lindsay Morton reflects on how she discovered the field of epidemiology and how it satisfied her love for math, biology, and research 2) How the National Cancer Institute contributes to global cancer research and a look at the projects they pursue internally 3) Why studying the impacts of radiation on the human body is so complex and some of the…
 
1. Dr. Chanock's early career in medicine, dedicating his work to cancer research 2. The National Cancer Institute's role within the National Institute of Health and why they decided to pursue studies on Chernobyl 3. A deep dive into the NCI's two most recent studies on Chernobyl, the largest of their kind 4. A look at the results of those studies …
 
1. Andrzej's early career leading the startup of Poland's Maria research reactor 2. His work at the IAEA and experiences traveling to plants around the world 3. Lessons learned about the safety of nuclear power plants from the Fukushima accident 4. Andrzej's belief's around changing the approach to the effects of small doses of radiation…
 
We all want to be good parents. In fact, it is probably our biggest fear as parents that we are not doing a good enough job. So what does successful parenting look like? Matthew and Kathryn share their thoughts in this thoroughly uplifting conversation. Support Our Nuclear Family by clicking here: OurNuclearFam is a parenting encouragement podcast …
 
1. Michel's early work as an economist with the CEA 2. Michel's shift into the policy space at the OECD-NEA 3. The economics of nuclear energy and how it differs from other energy sectors 4. Learning from past experiences in the development of new nuclear projects
 
1) Ben Levitt reflects on the path that led him through the world of physics into fusion technology development at Zap Energy 2) How observations from the 18th century contributed to the understanding of the Z-pinch concept 3) The process of achieving scientific and commercial break-even in deuterium-tritium fusion 4) Why fusion is key to the succe…
 
1) Arun Khuttan gives a brief history of COP and how the nuclear community has been involved in the past 2) Neil Calder introduces how the Net Zero Needs Nuclear campaign is asking international leaders to reassess their energy policies 3) Sophie Zienkiewicz explains the outreach strategy, both within and outside the nuclear sector, for starting mo…
 
It's three of the scariest words for a parent to hear: "Mom (or Dad), I'm bored." Today, we talk about how to fight through the boredom and the benefits of allowing space in our daily schedules for our kids to be bored. Support Our Nuclear Family by clicking here: OurNuclearFam is a parenting encouragement podcast (buymeacoffee.com)…
 
1) George Verberg’s early exposure to energy working in the Government of the Netherlands 2) His work in natural gas at Gasunie and as President of the International Gas Union 3) George’s work as a nuclear advocate in the Netherlands 4) Future opportunities for nuclear development in the Netherlands
 
1. Richard Meserve's accidental introduction to nuclear working in the White House Science Advisor's office during Three Mile Island 2. Richard's appointment to the NRC and his role as Chairman 3. Takeaways from the Fukushima accident its impact on perceptions of nuclear 4. Opportunities for the development of advanced reactors and their role in ta…
 
1) Esam Hussein’s journey from Egypt to Canada in the pursuit of a career in nuclear engineering 2) An in-depth look at the intricacies of the CANDU reactors and how they’ve evolved 3) A comparative analysis of different SMR designs in terms of technology and modularity 4) How to optimize capital cost and operating cost in nuclear power plants…
 
This episode is a sneak peak into our brainstorming process as we try to tackle a real-life issue facing our family right now: what to do with our kids all summer?!? Without the same routine, we discuss how to keep our kids from turning into summertime couch potatoes while still maintaining some much-needed time off from our academic schedules. Sup…
 
1) Isabelle Boemeke’s journey through her modeling career, leading her to entrepreneurship and eventually, environmentalism 2) How Isodope, Isabelle’s social media character, is making nuclear energy relatable and relevant for the masses 3)Strategies for educating and engaging the public in climate change conversation 4) A look at the electricity &…
 
1) How Chris Gadomski’s childhood memories of the 1970s oil embargo shaped his view on energy forever 2) The links between oil, renewables, and nuclear through the STEEP plus W analysis 3) A comparison of the nuclear industries in China, Russia, and the United States through the decades 4) Why operating nuclear reactors are getting shut down in the…
 
1) How the global fashion industry led Rickey Ruff to go door-to-door to factories in Hong Kong 2) The role of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in Rickey’s journey to pursue clean energy 3) Why the international fashion supply chain is the perfect industry for microreactor deployment 4) This year’s newest feature at the New York Fashion Week:…
 
Intro - Podblast 1401:52 BURNING WITCHES "The Witch Of The North"07:16 DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL "Loss"14:30 Break 1 16:20 ENFORCER "Searching For You" Live19:25 Enforcer Interview - Olof Wickstrand28:25 ENFORCER "Scream Of The Savage" Live32:10 SILVER LAKE by Esa Holopainen "Storm"36:15 Break 238:25 MSG "Drilled To Kill"42:52 Michael Schenker Interview5…
 
1) Anicet Touré gives a brief history of Belgium’s nuclear industry and the role of Tractebel 2) The opposing influences of Germany and France on Europe’s stance on nuclear 3) Four questions to ask when determining the business case of small modular reactors in your country 4) How SMRs can open new market opportunities for multiple industries, incl…
 
Every so often, we look at our parenting and just go, "man, this isn't working." So what do we do? We change it up. In this episode, we talk about why some things need to change, how we decide which changes to make, and what guides us along the way. Support Our Nuclear Family here: OurNuclearFam is a parenting encouragement podcast (buymeacoffee.co…
 
1) A look at Steven Arndt’s early studies in nuclear instrumentation & controls and probabilistic risk assessments 2) How the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has adapted to a changing industry over the years 3) What the regulation change or exemption process looks like for new reactor licensees 4) How the American Nuclear Society is working to get nu…
 
1) Sama’s introduction to the energy industry and how she got hooked on nuclear 2) The study of heat transfer correlation between corium and concrete in a core meltdown 3) How to address the system cost of energy technologies and factor in decarbonization 4) Why it’s important to get nuclear energy included in Europe’s sustainable financing taxonom…
 
1) What led Zion Lights to change her mind and dedicate her life to sharing nuclear with others 2) Why traditional conversations surrounding nuclear limit our ability to stop climate change 3) A sneak peek into Zion’s new grassroots movement, Emergency Reactor 4) How to take action against climate change and participate during a pandemic…
 
1) How Dr. Bismark Tyobeka’s early interest in physics led him into the study of radiation and nuclear reactors 2) A brief history of nuclear technology development in South Africa 3) The importance of collaboration in Dr. Tyobeka’s professional development 4) What the future of nuclear looks like in South Africa, and some global insights…
 
We're picking up where our last conversation left off. There's so much to talk about with homeschooling and there are a lot of questions. We attempt to answer some of the big ones so that listeners can have as much info as necessary to make the best decision for their family. Support Our Nuclear Family by clicking here: OurNuclearFam is a parenting…
 
1) What led Mary Lou to shift from teaching high school students to a joint appointment at Idaho National Labs and Idaho State University 2) Her work in South Africa at the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor 3) Mary Lou's involvement in the American Nuclear Society from member to president 4) The many applications of nuclear and opportunities it offers for…
 
1) Why Lars Roobol’s early interest in radiation was triggered by the incident at Chernobyl 2) How the material test reactor in the Netherlands contributes to nuclear medicine 3) A comparison of risk communication and public perception of nuclear and other industries 4) Lars discusses some market incentives to encourage clean energy across sectors…
 
1) Dan’s early work in various uranium enrichment methods and technologies 2) The origin of the TVA and its unique model within the U.S. government 3) The TVA’s work on the Clinch River Nuclear Technology Park 4) Innovative approaches to site permitting, advanced construction methods, and supporting new nuclear…
 
The pandemic has brought a lot more attention on homeschooling, and many people have been thrust into an unknown world with mixed results. But this homeschooling year has not been a typical one, and there's hope that the '21-'22 school year will be more "normal." So we thought we'd talk about why we started homeschooling our children before the pan…
 
Zachary Rosenkrans Zr 89 antioxidants for strokeIn this podcast, we talk to Zachary Rosenkrans on Zr 89 PET anti antioxidants for stroke at the SNMMI. Young investigator award winner... This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professionals This is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts. Direct link to itunes itunes li…
 
Zachary Rosenkrans Zr 89 antioxidants for stroke VideoIn this podcast, we talk to Zachary Rosenkrans on Zr 89 PET anti antioxidants for stroke at the SNMMI. Young investigator award... This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professionals This is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts. Direct link to itunes itunes lin…
 
1) Brett’s first introduction to nuclear as a University of Florida undergraduate 2) Brett’s career transition from nuclear engineer to nuclear policy expert 3) The Clean Air Task Force’s role in supporting nuclear energy as a tool to decarbonize the energy grid 4) The future of nuclear energy and projects that Brett is excited to see become a real…
 
1) Michelle's career spanning from engineering to public policy 2) The Energy Impact Center's (EIC) work and partnering with the University of Michigan for the Nuclear Grand Prize Challenge 3) An update on the Nuclear Grand Prize Challenge and other EIC projects 4) Michelle's work on Open100 and her goals for the future of the project…
 
1. Björn's career as an energy financier 2. Björn's introduction to nuclear energy, shifting from a critic to advocate 3. The German Energiewende policy and its impact on the country's energy makeup 4. Challenges nuclear energy faces in Germany and efforts to expand nuclear around the world
 
1) Rolls Royce’s broad scope of work in aircrafts, defense, and power 2) Alan’s role in helping to develop Rolls Royce’s nuclear program 3) Rolls Royce’s plan to develop an SMR by 2029 4) The nuances and challenges of financing new nuclear projects
 
How our kids talk is one of the biggest struggles parents face. This episode is chocked full of our thoughts on how we can help our kids speak respectfully to us and (therefore) to one another. Support Our Nuclear Family with offsetting production costs, upgrading our equipment, or even just buying us a cup of coffee by visiting https://www.buymeac…
 
We've reached the midpoint of season two, and with that, the midpoint of the whole show! This is a good time for us to take a little break from internet radio silliness (more on that in the episode), but first, here's Mary, David, and Jess talking owls and Kongsonas (also in the episode, obviously). === As mentioned above, Super Nuclear Group will …
 
I'm super sorry for the lateness of putting this on the main feed - I hadn't realized I hadn't scheduled it while I was waiting for the summary to come in. Thank you for your patience and look forward to The Library soon! === Welcome to Bitter Work (fun fact: that's what "kung fu" actually means!), an episode that's mostly about Sokka being stuck i…
 
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