Interdisciplinary scientific study of the atmosphere focusing on weather forecasting
KG in O-Town is lurking. Listener of the Month selections. Iggy compares our competition with one from his Hedo days. Cedric the Entertainer. Hedo stories. The Blue Hole. Will things get naughty in Jamaica? Pepper n' Genie vs. Meteorology. KG in O-Town vs. Iggy.
Meteorologist Don Day joins me as we assess where we are at in our weather cycle and the outlook for 2023 across the country. Plus, we'll talk about what went wrong with the outlook for 2022 and what factors he attributes to missing the boat. Also, concerns on where the money is going when it comes to weather research and concerns on how climate policy is being shaped by misguided advocates and politicians. #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #dayweather #weather #agweather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #zinpro #Availa4 #zoetisus #biozyme #gainsmart #PerformanceLivestockAnalytics #NewGenerationSuppliments
Our guest this week is Mike Augustyniak, Director of Meteorology for WCCO-TV, the CBS affiliate in the Twin Cities. He joins us to talk about the recent cold weather, what happens at the American Meteorological Society's annual weather conference (the largest in America), how technology is changing forecast communication and — most importantly — cocktails! About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by the Lee Weather team: Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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A new report of climate modelling by the Bureau of Meteorology says La Niña continues in the tropical Pacific however it's slowly weakening. The bureau's Climate Driver update says it expects an easing in trade wind strength and increased cloudiness near the dateline, potentially weakening some indicators of La Niña. Rayane Tamer from SBS News speaks to Dr Andrew King who is a Climate Scientist from the University of Melbourne about Australia experiencing three years of La Niña and what to expect in 2023.
As 2022 comes to an end the team came together one last time to look ahead to 2023 with a list of resolutions for the upcoming year for the field of meteorology. The group touches on getting more people interested in entering the field, helping students understand all the career options for meteorologists, and ways forecast accuracy can be improved. About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by the Lee Weather team: Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Christmas Day weather prediction from Bureau of Meteorology, verdict in trial of 97 year old woman who was secretary at Nazi concentration camp during World War 2 will be handed down, World Cup final in Qatar on Monday morning, and News.com.au's Wenlei Ma with new shows and movies coming out next week.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bomb cyclones! Polar vortices! Atmospheric rivers! And rained out barbecues. One of the world's leading Meteorologists, Dr. Marshall Shepherd – a former NASA scientist and current Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia – is here to field a downpour of questions. We chat about percentages in forecasts, hail, sleet, storm chasing, heatwaves, fluid dynamics, TV weather people, climate change delayism and his favorite weather-themed movies. Also: what not to do with a weather balloon. Follow Dr. Shepherd on Twitter, Instagram or TikTokHis website: http://www.drmarshallshepherd.com/His podcast: Weather GeeksA donation went to: Institute for Sustainable Communities at sustain.orgMore episode sources and linksOther episodes you may enjoy: Fulminology (LIGHTNING), Nephology (CLOUDS), Snow Hydrology (SNOW/AVALANCHES), Cryoseismology (ICEQUAKES), Astrobiology (ALIENS), Oceanology (OCEANS), Phenology (FALL/SEASONS), Spesh Ep: Drawdown Design ProjectSponsors of OlogiesTranscripts and bleeped episodesSmologies (short, classroom-safe) episodesBecome a patron of Ologies for as little as a buck a monthOlogiesMerch.com has hats, shirts, masks, totes!Follow @Ologies on Twitter and InstagramFollow @AlieWard on Twitter and InstagramEditing by Mercedes Maitland of Maitland Audio Productions and engineering by Jarrett Sleeper of MindJam MediaTranscripts by Emily White of The WordaryWebsite by Kelly R. DwyerTheme song by Nick Thorburn
About William M. Briggs: ==== I am a wholly independent vagabond writer, statistician, scientist and consultant. Previously a Professor at the Cornell Medical School, a Statistician at DoubleClick in its infancy, a Meteorologist with the National Weather Service, and a sort of Cryptologist with the US Air Force (the only title I ever cared for was Staff Sergeant Briggs). My PhD is in Mathematical Statistics, though I am now a Data Philosopher (I made that up), Epistemologist, Probability Puzzler, Unmasker of Over-Certainty, and (self-awarded) Bioethicist. My MS is in Atmospheric Physics, and Bachelors is in Meteorology & Math. ==== https://www.wmbriggs.com/ https://twitter.com/FamedCelebrity https://www.youtube.com/@WMB https://brokenscience.org/ —— Tom Nelson's Twitter: https://twitter.com/tan123 Substack: https://tomn.substack.com/ About Tom: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2022/03/about-me-tom-nelson.html Notes for climate skeptics: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2019/06/useful-notes-for-climate-skeptics.html ClimateGate emails: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/p/climategate_05.html
The future of forecasting is looking up There's no denying that the weather patterns across Australia, and around the world have been somewhat unpredictable in recent years. Simon, Wayne and Ta discuss the best weather data sources for historical, real-time, and predictive analysis. Whether your interest lies in spatiotemporal voxel layers, surf forecasts, or studying historical natural disasters, this episode has something in the forecast for you. Disclaimer ** Recording of this podcast was undertaken prior to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology's announcement of its preferred ‘short name'. While in this episode the Bureau has been affectionately referred to as “BOM” by our hosts – we will ensure the correct reference is used moving forward.
So far we've considered physics and biology in our exploration of scripture and science. Today we begin to consider how earth science and the bible fit together. This becomes particularly significant when considering interpretations for Noah's flood. We'll get to that next time. But, for today, our teacher will lay out the basics of geology and earth science to give us a good overview. He'll also cover radiometric dating, which has a bearing on how scientists determine the age of the earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VzgrLAFXfg&embeds_euri=https%3A%2F%2Flhim.org%2F&feature=emb_imp_woyt See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan? Read his bio here —— Notes —— Geology, Earth Science, and Atmospheric Science • Geology• Important cycles• Plate tectonics Geology • Types of rocks/rock cycle• Geological principles• Dating methods• Structure of the Earth What is Geology? Geology is the study of the Earth and the processes related to the Earth. • Geologists study rocks (and the rock cycle)• Subfields include atmospheric studies (meteorology), volcanology (studying volcanos), and mineralogy (study of minerals) Types of Rocks There are three major categories of rocks: • Sedimentary - formed by pressure acting on sediment• Igneous - formed by lava• Metamorphic - formed by extreme pressure and heat The Rock Cycle Since wind and water are constantly affecting change, there is a rock cycle. Geological Principles There are several main principles of geology: • Superposition• Cross-cutting relationships• Uniformitarianism Dating Methods There are major types of dating: • Absolute dating• Relative dating Absolute Dating Absolute dating is based on radioactive decay. What is radioactive decay? • Some forms of certain elements are (by nature) unstable• Over time, these elements change on the atomic level (sometimes losing protons and neutrons; sometimes exchanging protons and neutrons, etc.) Carbon Dating Carbon dating uses the decay of Carbon - 14 • Carbon - 12 has 6 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 13 has 7 neutrons and 6 protons• Carbon - 14 has 8 neutrons and 6 protons What happens when Carbon - 14 decays? • Carbon - 14 exchanges a neutron for a proton• This changes the element from carbon to nitrogen• The reaction also produces an electron and an antineutrino So, how does this tell us anything about dating? • Radioactive decay is a process that is well understood• The half-life for carbon - 14 is ~5,700 years• This means, that it takes 5,700 years for the amount of carbon -14 in a sample to cut in half Is carbon dating exact? • No - it's a statistical process• However, there is a range of probable dates given Relative Dating What is relative dating? • Relative dating uses the geological principles of superposition and cross-cutting relationships to provide estimates on how old certain features are• Example: dating a rock layer based on the age of another layer (dated using radiometric dating) Structure of the Earth How do scientists know about the structure of the Earth? • Scientists understand what waves do when they hit various materials (ex: ultrasound imaging)• Seismological data from earthquakes has given us insight into the structure of the Earth The Water Cycle The water cycle is the process by which water goes through the phases of liquid, gas, and solid. • The water cycle helps moderate temperatures on Earth• The water cycle also supports life through crops and drinking water Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles Carbon and nitrogen also experience cycles of solid, liquid, and gas. • The carbon cycle is important for the support of life.• Disruption of the carbon cycle is one of the biggest fears of those promoting climate change. Plate Tectonics History of plate tectonics • Ancients did not believe in tectonic separation• In 1620, Sir Francis Bacon noted that Africa and South America looked like they could have fit together• Similar animal fossils and other pieces of evidence started getting scientists' attention• In 1925, Alfred Wegener formally proposed plate tectonic theory and was ridiculed.• In 1930, Wegener died while on expedition in Greenland, trying to find evidence for his theory.• In the late 1960s, almost overnight, the theory of plate tectonics reached scientific mainstream. Evidence for plate tectonics: • Paleomagnetic data• Similar rock outcroppings• Fossil evidence• Spreading of the sea floor• Direct evidence - we can observe the movement! Challenges to plate tectonics: • Where is the energy coming from?• Why are the continental plates moving like they are? “Even today, many questions pertaining to plate tectonics remain unanswered. Many exceptions to rigid rules have been found throughout the world. Although classical plate tectonic theory works well for oceanic crust, it has a difficult time explaining the motion of the continents”— Jon Erickson, Plate Tectonics, page 259. Challenges for Geology There are several concerns with geology as a science: • The principle of uniformitarianism is impossible to prove and so it's an assumption• Relative dating techniques can use circular logic at times
Tonight's first Guest WeatherBrain is the WCM at the NWS in Paducah, Kentucky. Christine Wielgos, thank you for joining us! Our second Guest WeatherBrain is the Lead Forecaster at the NWS in Louisville, Kentucky. Dan McKemy. Welcome! Guest WeatherBrain No.3 is the Chief Meteorologist for WPSD-TV Local 6 in Paducah, Kentucky. Trent Okerson, thanks for joining us! Last but certainly not least is WPSD Local 6 TV Meteorologist Noah Bergren. Noah earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Penn State. Welcome!
Kevin Kirchman is editor of the Climate Science Journal, which he founded in 2017. He developed a broad-based new epistemological view (theory of knowledge), including new theories of deduction (the first since Aristotle), validation (a much-improved scientific method), induction (how we form ideas, or the basis of a science of innovation), lexicology (meaning), and symbolic representation (grammar). These theories were confirmed as an emerging science of epistemology by demonstration as the basis commercial artificial intelligence software for natural language reasoning, sold to businesses such as P&G, Litton Aerospace, and Baxter Healthcare, in a company he founded that was subject to an acquisition offer by a G200 firm. This technology was the first in the world to deliver direct answers to live questions from unstructured, random text from the internet. Mr. Kirchman has been an entrepreneur for 30+ years, is a non-fiction author and speaker, with degrees in mechanical and aerospace engineering (Cornell) and computer science, and was a graduate student at the London School of Economics in philosophy of science, before withdrawing to found his software firm. He has written many articles at the request of leading magazines and newspapers, and two books, and is preparing his third, “If Earth Warms 1°, Let It Cool 30 Minutes”. Regarding his climate science papers, “...seems to be path-breaking research in the domain. The paper reads nice and the science involved is analogous and clear. This paper is a hallmark and would benefit the advances in science, government planning as well as policy makers for the next course of action. I congratulate you for this great work and thank for giving me an opportunity to read it and enlighten myself.” PhD, Atmospheric Science and Meteorology, IISc M.Sc., Geophysics, ISC, BSc., (Hons) Physics, Delhi U “You have found a promising approach to demonstrate successfully that the long-suspected culprits of global warming, e.g., CO2, CH4, are actually not!" PhD, Physics Rutgers University, New Jersey B.A. Cornell University, New York https://twitter.com/ClimSciJournal https://www.climatesciencejournal.com/ https://climatesciencejournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Invalidity-of-the-Greenhouse-Gas-Theory-2019-2022.pdf
*Artemis 1 on its way homeNASA's Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft is on its way home after completing its distant retrograde lunar orbit around the Moon.*More possible organic compounds found in Mars crater rocksScientists are reporting the detection of more possible organic compounds in the Red Planet's Jezero Crater.*Astrophysicists hunt for second-closest supermassive black holeTwo astrophysicists have suggested a new way to observe what could be the second-closest supermassive black hole to Earth: a behemoth 3 million times the mass of the Sun, hosted by the dwarf galaxy Leo I.*Beijing's plans for a Moon baseBeijing claims it will establish a lunar base at the Moon's South Pole by 2028.*The Science ReportThe 2022 State of the climate report by the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology.The world's largest volcano Hawaii's Mauna Loa erupts for the first time in almost 40 yearsIs your kid's university or college degree worth the money it costs.Skeptics guide predictions on major disaster in Ireland. Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com Your support is needed...SpaceTime is an independently produced podcast (we are not funded by any government grants, big organisations or companies), and we're working towards becoming a completely listener supported show...meaning we can do away with the commercials and sponsors. We figure the time can be much better spent on researching and producing stories for you, rather than having to chase sponsors to help us pay the bills.That's where you come in....help us reach our first 1,000 subscribers...at that level the show becomes financially viable and bills can be paid without us breaking into a sweat every month. Every little bit helps...even if you could contribute just $1 per month. It all adds up.By signing up and becoming a supporter at the $5 or more level, you get immediate access to over 280 commercial-free, double, and triple episode editions of SpaceTime plus extended interview bonus content. You also receive all new episodes on a Monday rather than having to wait the week out. Subscribe via Supercast (you get a month's free trial to see if it's really for you or not) ... and share in the rewards. Details at Supercast - https://bitesznetwork.supercast.tech/ Details at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com or www.bitesz.com #space #astronomy #podcast #spacetime #science #nasa #esa
CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology has released the State of climate 2022 report. Listen to this SBS Sinhala interview to know on what are the expected climate changes over Australia in recent future? - පොදුරාජ්ය මණ්ඩලීය විද්යාත්මක හා කාර්මික පර්යේෂණ සංවිධානයත් (CSIRO) ඔස්ට්රේලියාවේ කාලගුණ විද්යා කාර්යංශයත් එක්ව මේ වන විට ඔස්ට්රේලියාවේ දේශගුණික තත්ත්වය පිළිබඳ තොරතුරු ඇතුලත් State of Climate වාර්තාව නිකුත් කර තිබෙනවා. මේ වාර්තාවට අනුව ඔස්ට්රේලියාවේ අපිට ඉදිරියේදී අත්දකින්නට සිදුවන ගංවතුර , ලැව් ගිනි, අධික උණුසුම, අධික සීතල වැනි අනපේක්ෂිත ආන්තික කාලගුණික තත්ත්ව ගැන කල් තියා දැන ගන්න මේ සාකච්ඡාවට සවන් දෙන්න.
On November 21, an earthquake occurred in Cianjur Regency, West Java, with a magnitude of 5.6. The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) urged people in Cianjur Regency, West Java to be aware of further disasters in the form of landslides and flash floods or aftershocks. - Pada tanggal 21 November yang lalu terjadi gempa di Kabupaten Cianjur, Jawa Barat, dengan magnitude 5,6. Badan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG) meminta masyarakat di Kabupaten Cianjur, Jawa Barat mewaspasai bencana lanjutan berupa tanah longsor dan banjir bandang atau gempa susulan.
Winter weather is upon us! The weather forecasts we see each day are based on an array of meteorological sensing networks and intensive computer modeling. But before the rise of these technologies, forecasts were made by understanding cloud formations and wind directions - something anyone can do in their backyard. “Route 51” host Shereen Siewert welcomes WSAW-TV meteorologist Chad Franzen for a discussion on the physical processes that drive winter weather and the global forces that shape our climate system. Does a “halo around the moon” really foretell a big snowstorm? Listen in and find out.
Joe Giangregorio has been named South Australia's cherry king after bidding $50,000 for the cherry box that launches the season, positive pastures, good grain and favourable markets are enticing sheep producers to increase their flock sizes in the next 12 months and major flooding is occuring along the Darling River at Louth and Tilpa and the Bureau of Meteorology predicting the water at Louth will peak near 13-point-six metres on Friday.
Welcome to a Cosmos Insights podcast, where we talk to scientists in Australia about the impact of their work.In November 1987, 35 years ago, 266 scientists met at Monash University at what was the first meeting to consider the national scientific response to the greenhouse gas problem. At the time many were working on ridding the atmosphere of chlorofluorocarbons, closing the hole over the Antarctic. Many were sceptical of claims that carbon dioxide was an existential threat.Today Cosmos editor Ian Mannix talks to Graeme Pearman from the CSIRO, who organised the meeting, and Neville Nicholls from the Bureau of Meteorology research centre, who attended. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine websiteSubscribe to Cosmos Magazine (print) or the Cosmos WeeklyWatch and listen to all our Cosmos BriefingsSpecial 10% discount on Cosmos magazine print subscriptions (1 or 2 year), or 1 year Cosmos Weekly subscriptions for Cosmos Briefing podcast listeners! Use coupon code COSMOSPOD in our shop.
The world just witnessed the global action steps at the COP27 UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt. It raised continual awareness that weather impacts every aspect of our lives. On our podcast this year, this episode was the most downloaded of all our conversations. We are re-releasing this powerful conversation with Chris Hennon professor at UNC Asheville and Bill Martin who is with the National Weather Service (NOAA). Listen to our expert guests share insight about the changes in weather prediction and what we need to think about for the future.
We continue our conversation on meteorology by discussing how clouds are formed, the different types of clouds, lapse rate, how fog is formed, and the different types of fog. Handout (pdf format) – https://landingswithaflair.com/downloads/meteorology-parts-3-to-4 Speakers – Captain Theresa Henrique Carneiro Philipp Rodenkirchen Z Sandun Prabodha Moe Alpha Destinyjay Maletta Astro III Gregory Ravanello Show Resources – Clubhouse: New User GuideClubhouse: Pilot Flight Training ClubInstagram: @landingswithaflairShow Website: landingswithaflair.com Thank you for joining us! If you enjoyed the show, please give us a 5-star review!
When I was in 5th grade we did a 2 week section on Weather and from then on that's all I wanted to do! Studied all about weather on my own all thru Junior High and High School. I even spent my senior year in high school going to school 1/2 day and spending the other 1/2 day working at the National Weather Service. Went to college at the University of Oklahoma to study Meteorology. While there I was one of the people who helped start the Tornado Chasing program, which was made famous by the movie "Twister." Got my degree then went to Study Climatology at Arizona State. There I studied Arctic Climatology and Urban Climate Change. Through my research I have determined that the people who are predicting gloom and doom about the climate are full of shit and are a bunch of scam artists. I call it "The Church of Global Warming," headed by the High Priest Al Gore! The whole movement is proof once again that fools and their money are easily parted!!!After about half of graduate school I got my start in the TV business in Phoenix in December of 1974, followed by a year in Wichita, Ks. and then on to Denver in March of 1977, where I got the name Sunny. (ask about the story)During my 35 year career in TV I worked at Ch 9, 4 7 and 2 before being retired in the fall of 2009 during the great recession!Fun things about my career:On air experiences, Flying in a WW2 fighter, riding a bull and an elephant, having a bit part in a famous movie (the Shining) doing the weather on Good Morning America once and many others. (Doing the Weather live at a Zoo.)Highlight of all this was in 35 years I only took 5 sick days and NEVER had one day when I got up in the morning and said "oh crap I have to go to work today) Great life and great way for my kids to grow up and watch this.Book: Life's Little Ahas: Things I Wish I'd Known
Tonight's first Guest WeatherBrain is a NOAA Account Manager at Esri. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology from Ohio University and her Master's at the University of Oklahoma in Geoinformatics. Nicole Grams, welcome! Our second Guest WeatherBrain is the WCM at WFO-Cheyenne, Wyoming. He previously was a Senior Forecaster at WFO Austin-San Antonio as well as a WFO and student employee at NWS Jackson, MS. He earned his Bachelor's and Masters Degree at Mississippi State University. Jared Allen, welcome to WeatherBrains!
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 41.The Sounding Board is proudly supported by Drinkwise. If you're choosing to drink - choose to drinkwise.TIME CODES0.0 - There can be fall-out after major sporting events. Is the BOM (Bureau of Meteorology) in crisis talks after the mis-judged forecast for the T20 World Cup?5.30 – Our fascination with TV sound grabs continues and develops with a new character in the lead up to the state election. The #backgroundnodders.9.00 - A win for DeSantis – Hutchy tipped it!. Discussion of the ‘Trumpty Dumpty' u-turn by The New York Post.12.00 – Which box do we tick to vote for News Corp this state election? Is the HUN the opposition?14.15 – Follow up on the IBAC discussion this week. Correction from Hutchy - The Age broke the story.16.30 – Congratulations to everyone at News Corp who won the News Corp Awards!18.00 – Taking Out the Trash – nice work by St Kilda on a Friday at 3.26pm.21.00 – Mitch Cleary update. How stressful is the gig at Channel 7? He's going grey!23.00 – The West Australian's “Curse of Hutchy Continues” (re The Wildcats)25.00 – The spectacle at the MCG last night for the T20 World Cup final.31.00 – The Glass Jaw Award – The Age gets a nomination for turning off comments on a Dan Andrew's story. Discussion of news organisations and when to kill reader comments.34.00 – Question of the Week from Josh Prentice who's keen to hear Hutchy and Damo's thoughts about the success of the AFLW season.Follow the show on Twitter or Facebook or email email@example.comThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.
Richard Lindzen is professor of Meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and he joins us to offer his scientific expertise on climate alarmism. He discusses how his background in physics and meteorology leads him to conclude that the alarmism around climate is unjustified, and we discuss how institutional and financial reasons have made fiat scientists so keen to promote an agenda of fear and panic. We discuss the problems with the academic publication industry, as well as Professor Lindzen's experience as a lead author with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and where that led him. He also shares his most recent work on communicating his research ideas publicly.References (All links available on saifedean.com/podcast/140-climate-alarmism-with-professor-richard-lindzen)Professor Lindzen's recent paper ‘The Assessment of The Conventional Global Warming Narrative” for which he welcomes commentsProfessor Lindzen's profile on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology website.Transcript of 2018 Prof Lindzen's Global Warming Policy Foundation lecture.Professor Lindzen speaking at the 2017 At the Crossroads IV: Energy and Climate Policy Summit.CO2 coalition websiteArticle on 97% of scientists agree with consensus in WSJ Saifedean's first book, The Bitcoin StandardSaifedean's second book, The Fiat StandardEnjoyed this episode? You can take part in podcast seminars, access Saifedean's courses – including his ongoing course ECO22: The Fiat Standard – and read chapters of his forthcoming book, Principles of Economics, by becoming a Saifedean.com member. Find out more here.
Internal tensions at the organisation that tells us about the weather — the Bureau of Meteorology — appear to be going from bad to worse. Among the latest revelations, the Bureau's daily forecasts, which many of us rely on, might be getting less accurate. We've also learned that the renaming of the organisation was called a ‘rebrand' internally, even though management publicly claimed they never attempted such a thing. Today, senior reporter at The Saturday Paper, Rick Morton joins us again, with the latest on the agency formerly known as the BoM. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Senior reporter at The Saturday Paper, Rick Morton
Where are you struggling with your confidence? Everyone faces a challenge or obstacle in their career, and it's only fair that our confidence is impacted by it. But other factors impact your decisions about whatever is next for your career, such as the “Golden Handcuffs.” Today's guest has dealt with them and is here to talk about her favorite tips to help you make your next career decision. Meet Kelli Thompson, the author of the new book, “Closing the Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential, & Your Paycheck,” available now. In today's episode, you'll learn: · What happens when high performers face difficulty at work· What leadership mindset shifts will help you step into your excellence· Kelli's “Do LESS” Framework· Why clarity beats hustle every time· And what to do when you have the “Golden Handcuffs.” Connect with Kelli Thompson – Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Book Key Topics & Time Stamps: · Introduction (0:06· Meet Kelli Thompson (5:00)· Our Shared Love of Meteorology (5:45)· Pain Points for Mid-Career Professionals (9:40)· Dealing with a Career Crisis (11:20)· When High Performers Face Difficulty at Work (12:55)· Leadership Mindset Shifts (15:45)· “Do LESS” Framework (17:20)· Clarity Beats Hustle (19:15)· Tips for Saying “No” (24:20)· Dealing with the Golden Handcuffs (27:30)· Kelli's Advice to Help You Build Your Mid-Career GPS (34:45)· Connect with Kelli Thompson (35:45) List of Resources:· 26 Sentence Starter to Answer Any Interview Question by John Neral· Your Mid-Career GPS – Four Steps to Figuring Out What's Next by John Neral· SHOW UP - Six Strategies to Lead a More Energetic and Impactful Career by John Neral Calls to Action: · Get your free Mid-Career GPS Resources at https://johnneral.com. · Join the “Your Mid-Career GPS Private Facebook Group” here.· Get notified when new podcast episodes drop. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts here or wherever you listen. · Let's stay connected by following me on social. LinkedIn @johnneral, Instagram @johnneralcoaching, Facebook @johnneralcoaching, Twitter @john_neral.· Visit https://johnneral.com for more information.
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Last Tuesday, while torrential rains brought floods that cut off whole towns in Victoria, Australia's weather forecasting agency made a strange announcement. The Bureau of Meteorology called on all media to change the name they had used to refer to it: the BoM. Instead it wanted to be called The Bureau. What seemed like an odd branding announcement at first, has led to a series of revelations about working conditions for Australia's official weather forecasters. Today, senior reporter for The Saturday Paper Rick Morton on the culture at the Bureau of Meteorology and how science got sidelined. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Senior reporter for The Saturday Paper, Rick Morton
Myf and Zan are back and oh boy there's a lot to catch up on. Much of it food related, weirdly; from roast chicken handbags as art, to butter boards (wtaf), and Olivia Wilde's “special salad dressing”. James Cordern is being banned from eating out, for good measure. More locally, the Bureau of Meteorology caused it's own storm with an attempt at rebranding this week. And artists across the globe are cancelling tours and speaking out against rising costs, unsustainable touring wages, and the mental health impacts of working in an industry that is so demanding. Everyone's loving Bad Sisters, as are we, and we're also banging on about sisterly story Wildflowers. Show notes: Hot chook handbag: https://www.abc.net.au/perth/programs/mornings/roast-chook-handbag/101519108 Butter boards: https://www.abc.net.au/everyday/butter-boards-tiktok-food-trend-is-not-for-everyone/101526748 James Cordern banned then unbanned from Balthazar: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-10-19/james-corden-no-longer-banned-from-nyc-restaurant-after-apology/101549984 Olivia Wilde's salad: https://www.vulture.com/2022/10/olivia-wilde-special-salad-dressing-jason-sudeikis.html BOM rebrand: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-10-19/bureau-meteorology-rebrand-cost-200-thousand/101552620 Sammy J tribute to the BOM: https://www.abc.net.au/melbourne/programs/breakfast/sammy-bom-song/101550288 The state of touring: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2022/oct/18/risks-rising-costs-and-relentless-demands-why-so-many-musicians-are-cancelling-their-tours Bad Sisters: https://tv.apple.com/au/show/bad-sisters/umc.cmc.14kr4vv65unannh7doqgvlh20 Wildflowers: https://www.allenandunwin.com/browse/book/Peggy-Frew-Wildflowers-9781761066924 Bang On live at Grapes of Mirth: https://grapesofmirth.com.au/the-festival/ Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Bang On is an ABC podcast, produced by Double J. It is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the land where we live, work, and learn.
Have you ever asked yourself what effect the weather can really have on our moods? In this episode of Align podcast, Ginger Zee and I discuss the negative connotations surrounding mental health and the effects this can have on someone who is struggling with a mental disorder. Ginger shares her own personal experience with suicide and what we can do to create a better future for ourselves. We also talk about the similarities between our minds and the weather, how climate relates to our moods and find out what the real definition of a storm actually is. Ginger Zee is the chief meteorologist at ABC News, reporting on the nation's weather for “Good Morning America” and across ABC News broadcasts and digital platforms. Additionally, Zee is the managing editor of the climate unit at ABC News. Since joining ABC News, Zee has covered almost every major weather event and dozens of historic storms. She broadcasted from the devastated Jersey Shore during Hurricane Sandy, the Colorado floods and wildfires, and covered the aftermath of tornadoes in Moore and El Reno, Oklahoma. In 2018, she was in the eye wall of Category 5 Hurricane Michael live in the Florida Panhandle and in the 2020 hurricane season, Zee told the stories of devastation from the record number of named storms. From the epic bushfires in Australia to Boston blizzards and record-breaking heat in Death Valley, Zee is there to warn and show the impacts including the relationship to climate change. Zee's passion does not stop with storm chasing. Her love of adventure has taken her and ABC News viewers across the world. She has gone para-hawking in Nepal, flown a drone into the fissure of a volcano in Iceland, hiked the largest cave in the world in Vietnam, para-glided from the Himalayas to the Andes, dove with sharks in the Bahamas, rappelled 27 stories down the exterior façade of the Wit Hotel in Chicago, explored the 275 waterfalls of Iguazú Falls in Argentina and talked climate change on the edge of Victoria Falls in Africa. Plus, skydiving, ice boat racing and surfing live on “GMA.” Prior to joining ABC News, she was a meteorologist at NBC station WMAQ-Channel 5 in Chicago from 2006-2011, also filling in for several NBC and MSNBC News programs. Before that assignment, Zee worked at WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she part of the Storm Team 8, also covering the environment, science and the impact of weather throughout West Michigan. From 2003-2005, Zee worked at WEYI NBC 25 in Flint, Michigan. She began her career at WLAV FM/ WXMI in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Zee, who has storm chased since college, has a genuine passion for the atmosphere and a dedication to getting young people interested in science. Zee is the author of a trilogy for 8-12 year-olds called “Chasing Helicity.” She is also the author of two bestselling memoirs, “Natural Disaster” and “A Little Closer to Home,” which feature Zee's life and mental health journey. Additionally, Zee and her husband, Ben Aaron, starred in “Renovation Realities: Ben & Ginger” on DIY Network. Zee is the co-host of Hearts of Heroes on ABC Saturday's, highlighting the natural disasters she knows so well from the first responder and hero's point of view. The Emmy Award-winning meteorologist attended Valparaiso University and holds a Bachelor of Science in meteorology. She also served as an adjunct professor at the University from 2008-2011. Zee also holds the CBM Seal for Meteorology.