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ACPG 142: Jesse Wood (Reef) Interview

Anyone Can Play Guitar

Hello and welcome to episode 142 of the ACPG Podcast. This week Ben is in the Newcastle University Student Union talking to the amazing Jesse Wood of the awesome Reef. Ben and Jesse talk about joining Reef, playing with Mick Jones, touring, recording, and the Reef album. We also briefly mention his dad's band. They're ok I guess. Thank you to Jesse, Seven, William, and Shaun for helping sort out the interview. Next time, we talk to the band Crows.


6 Sep 2022

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AO2 Reef Kelly, U.S. Navy, WWII

Veterans Chronicles

Reef Kelly was in the mountains of Arizona getting a Christmas tree when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Before he finished high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He wanted to be a Naval aviator, but that dream was denied during training. Instead he became a tailgunner on a bomber crew. But Reef Kelly would be part of one of the most unique and unknown missions of World War II in the Pacific.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Kelly explains how after the two atomic bombings, his crew was assigned with flying along the Japanese coast and into Tokyo Bay to see if Japan was really surrendering. Kelly tells us how the quiet mission suddenly turned to combat and chaos and walks us through the actions that led to him receiving the Navy Cross.


31 Aug 2022

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Episode 121: Industrial designer and founder of Reef Design Lab Alex Goad talks about the amazing things you can do with coral reef restoration technology

Talking Architecture & Design

Alex Goad is passionate about using design for marine restoration and the role it is playing to communicate research to the wider public. His work is focused on combining digital fabrication with traditional techniques to create economically viable habitat solutions that respond to current environmental issues. Alex leads the studio’s collaborative approach to research projects and product development. Alex’s work has been exhibited internationally and acquired in the permanent collection of museums including New York’s MoMA, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Helsinki Design Museum.In this exclusive one-on-one interview, Alex explains the amazing potential of  new ideas and technologies in design, architecture, engineering, science, the humanities and the arts and how these disciplines and design innovations can help address the urgent issues of our times.Alex Goad will appear at the Sydney Opera House in conversation with Dr Danièle Hromek in BUILD: Life Below Water on Thursday 1 September.


22 Aug 2022

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Geekscape Focus: Filmmaker Andrew Traucki Talks 'The Reef: Stalked'!


Australian suspense director Andrew Traucki has a new film out: 'The Reef: Stalked', about a group of women fighting for their survival against a killer shark! So of course Andrew is on Geekscape talking to me about crafting suspense films, why the natural world is scarier to him than the supernatural and the difficulties of shooting 23 days on the water! Along the way we talk about filming the movie's scenes of domestic abuse, working within a thematic expectation and what he wants to make next! Enjoy!You can also subscribe to the Geekscape podcast onApple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3BVrnkWSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3H27uMHSubscribe to Geekscape on Apple Podcasts! Follow Jonathan on Twitter and Instagram!Join the Geekscape Forever Facebook Group!Visit Geekscape.net for more Geekscape goodness! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


29 Jul 2022

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020 | 100 Gavin Singleton: Dawul Wuru Great Barrier Reef Rangers

100 Climate Conversations

The sea country of the Great Barrier Reef is facing significant stress due to climate change – warming oceans, ocean acidification and plagues of crown of thorns starfish are some of the biggest threats. The Dawul Wuru Reef Rangers apply traditional knowledge to monitor and care for this most precious ecosystem and all of its inhabitants.  Gavin Singleton is recorded live in conversation with Rachael Hocking at Powerhouse Ultimo. For more information go to 100climateconversations.com/gavin-singleton 


14 Jul 2022

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Episode 343-Reef-Replenish

Free Form Rock Podcast

Reef - Replenish On this episode, we are graced with the presence of Jason Thomas Broadrick, better known as JTB from JTBs Groovy Record Room, as our special guest co-host as we review an album that causes a stir among everyone involved. An opinion is an opinion and a yell is a yell. Listen and be amused. Our tracks of the week are The Rolling Stones' "Rocks Off', "Jethro Tull's "My Sunday Feeling" and Reef's "Weird." The Lee Track of the Week is "Fantasie 8" Cheers, everybody!

1hr 38mins

8 Jul 2022

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The MARTINZ Critical Review - Ep#127 - Dr. Peter Ridd, PhD, Physics "The Great Barrier Reef and the pervasive quality assurance and replication problem in science today"

The MARTINZ Critical Review

In today’s episode we continue our investigative series into the actual science behind the Earth’s ever changing climate, and continue to provide clear evidence to counter the bogus mainstream alarmist narrative.  Today we will examine another poster child of the alarmist movement, the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Joining us is Dr. Peter Ridd, PhD.  Dr. Ridd obtained his doctoral degree in Physics from James Cook University in 1980, and is a former Professor and Head of Physics.  Dr. Ridd’s focus while at James Cook was coastal oceanography, the effects of sedimentation on coral reefs, instrument development, geophysical sensing of the earth, past and future climates, and atmospheric modelling. He developed a series of specialist instrumentation for measuring various aspects of water quality, with the profits used to fund student scholarships and research projects. Dr. Ridd has published more than 100 scientific papers in international science journals and supervised many successful PhD students. His most recent book is “Reef Heresy: Science, Research and the Great Barrier Reef”. When warming alarmists grossly misled people about the status of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Dr. Ridd spoke up. He wrote an opinion piece in the Jan 2018 issue of the Marine Pollution Bulletin which challenged the prevailing propaganda related to the condition of the Great Barrier Reef. The essay drew attention to what Dr. Ridd argued was a “reproducibility crisis” and also to the validity of specific papers on the topic.  As a result, Dr. Ridd’s employer, James Cook University, took a number of disciplinary measures against him, and ultimately after a lengthy court battle he was dismissed.  Following the conclusion of his legal battle with James Cook University in 2021, Dr Ridd has accepted an invitation to join the Institute of Public Affairs as an Adjunct Fellow, without salary, to lead a newly established Project for Real Science. The Project’s aims are to improve science quality assurance, build on the IPA’s existing research programs, and to support academics speaking out for integrity in science and research. To learn more about Dr. Ridd and his work, please visit: https://realscience.org.au https://ipa.org.au/author/peterridd Dr. Ridd's Youtube Channel Purchase "Reef Heresy: Science, Research and the Great Barrier Reef"

1hr 21mins

21 Jun 2022

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014 | 100 Charlie Veron: Guardian of the Great Barrier Reef

100 Climate Conversations

Charlie Veron knows the Great Barrier Reef more intimately than anyone. The retired marine scientist spent decades studying its complex ecosystem and the threat posed by climate change. With a mission to safeguard the reef, Veron advocates for emission reductions, collaborates on a coral biobank and is planting thousands of trees on his rainforest property. Charlie Veron is recorded live in conversation with Craig Reucassel at Powerhouse Ultimo. For more information go to 100climateconversations.com/charlie-veron 


2 Jun 2022

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Growing With Fishes 288 Danielle Maitland Of Aqualitas & Reef Organic

Growing With Fishes Podcast

Growing With Fishes Podcast. A podcast dedicated to growing aquaponic & cannabis and spreading information to the masses about sustainable plant production!AqualitasIG: @aqualitasincIG: @reeforganicGrowing With Fishes Podcast Discord https://discord.gg/nqBf3bjAquaponic Cannabis Clothinghttps://jellibomb.myshopify.com/collections/aquaponic-cannabis-conference-2020?fbclid=IwAR3P2ym57P0OXaAJHXozGLh8lQxxeE_SHwFiDYlLfTgYTW4lHnscLoew_7AAquaponic Cannabis Master Classwww.APMJClass.com or www.AP420.comCoupon Code: APMJMarty's Channel APMeds https://www.youtube.com/user/mwaddell6901IG: APMedsFumidor https://www.youtube.com/c/FumidorandtheFlavorsIG: fumidor_chibadorIG: portlandcannabistastingsocietySteve Channel Potent Ponicshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRkqYlFzKpbCXreVKPYFlGgFacebook group Aquaponic Cannabis Growers https://www.facebook.com/groups/1510902559180077/ Potentponics.comAquaponic Cannabis Nutrientshttps://www.APMJNutes.comTrue Aquaponic Nutrients https://trueaquaponics.com/?ref=zQK0Q

1hr 20mins

8 May 2022

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T+216: Orbital Reef, with Brent Sherwood (SVP of Advanced Development Programs at Blue Origin)

Main Engine Cut Off

Brent Sherwood, Senior Vice President of Advanced Development Programs for Blue Origin, joins me to talk about Orbital Reef. We talk about the long history leading up to this architecture, the nature of their partnership with Sierra Space and other team members, the parts of the program that are specific to their contract with NASA on the Commercial LEO Destinations project, and dive into how their business strategy might play out in the near future.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 40 executive producers—Simon, Lauren, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Tommy, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, Andrew, and seven anonymous—and 788 other supporters.TopicsBlue OriginOrbital ReefAnnouncing Orbital Reef - Your Address in Orbit - YouTubeMixed-Use Business Park Developments in Space: A Real-Estate ParadigmT+200: Orbital Reef, Starlab, and the ISS Conundrum - Main Engine Cut OffT+203: Starlab with Marshall Smith, SVP of Space Systems at Nanoracks - Main Engine Cut OffBlue Origin and Sierra Space Leading Team to Build “Orbital Reef” Business Park in Space – SpacePolicyOnline.comSierra Space to work with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on commercial space station technologies - SpaceNewsNASA Selects Companies to Develop Commercial Destinations in Space | NASAOrbital Reef passes design review - SpaceNewsThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to anthony@mainenginecutoff.comFollow @WeHaveMECOListen to MECO HeadlinesJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterBuy shirts and Rocket Socks from the Main Engine Cut Off ShopMusic by Max JustusArtwork photo by NASA/Ben Smegelsky


27 Apr 2022