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Join me and B. Esi Yarney this evening as we discuss a wonderful program taking place at the Fulton Neighborhood Resource Center, Richmond, VA. Often the information and resources that you need to succeed are literally at your door step, but if your don't know it - you continue to struggle. This afternoon, Esi and I will empower and enlighten.
TOPIC: "Nuclear Events NOW" Upsate New York and ALL Region1 "Nuclear Power Plants" are offline and hot
As of March 3rd 2014 remain HOT and unstabble. To understand these events we first must understand nuclear fission and fusion
Host: Lee "The F'N Man" Peer
Brandon Council & crew
SITE SOURCES: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/index.php?pageid=event_summary&edis_id=NC-20140306-42917-USA
(DO NOT EVER TAKE EVERYTHING FROM ON SITE SUCH AS WIKIPEDIA, AND TAKE IT ALL IN AS THE ACCOUNT OF TRUTH!
IT IS NOT. EVERYONE (IN A WAY) CONTRIBUTES TO WIKIPEDIA INCLUDING MYSELF ON A "LOG IN" BASES. Ex. BIO- AND CHEMICAL WARFARE IS NOT SITED PROPERLY AND IS MOSTLY INCORRECT.
WHICH LEAD ME TO BE A CONTRIBTOR. ALWAYS VIEW THE INFORMATION FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, WITH THREE FACTS AND ONE IMPLAUSABILITY. USE A FORM OF LINGUISTIC MATH AND ALWAYS ALLOW THE INCLUSION OF NEW MATERIAL WHEN IT ARRIVES. Donot allow faith and or personnal feeling to contribute)
BluPrint looks forward to welcoming special guest Dr. Jeffrey King, a trained psychotherapist and organizational development psychologist, who will highlight and discuss how an organization can encounter a crisis that could jeopardize its health, and its reputation. Dr. King will discuss the 1st steps in the resolution process and how to identify behaviors that could qualify as potential danger-zones.
ABOUT DR. KING
A trained psychotherapist and organizational development psychologist, Dr. King has used his in depth expertise to facilitate workshops, seminars, management training, audits and assessments to numerous organizations. Dr. King delivered expertise as the Senior Project Manager for Vantage Human Resource Services in Washington D.C. where he specialized in training, leadership, strategic planning and related human resource services primarily to Federal clients most notably he directed the Nuclear Regulatory Commissions Leaders Academy. Dr. King managed and facilitated training projects to other Vantage clients including the NRC (Communications Training); Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Career Counseling); U.S. Army Chemical Munitions Command (Transition project); U.S. Department of Labor; U.S. Government Accountability Office., U.S. Treasury Department and others.
He has been a speaker to a number of prestigious organizations and associations and in 2010 was the keynote speaker on Entrepreneurship at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference. Other groups to whom he has presented include Deloitte Consulting (Work Place Violence), Smithsonian Institute (Organizational Development), Tuskegee University ( Capital Campaign Study); US Department of Justice Homicide/ Death Seminar ( Post Shooting Trauma), DC Police Department ( Critical Incident Response; Peer Support; Employee Assistance, Management Training), and others.
Are you looking for a time-tested, real-world and validated formula for bringing together a community for greater giving in the event of a disaster?
Join the conversation as we invite Michael McCausland a seasoned speaker, thought leader and architect for International Disaster Response as he shares some insight, thought leadership and best practices for how to create,manage and deploy greater community giving and response in the midst of a disaster.
About the Guest:
Michael was licensed by the NRC as a Reactor Operator in 1983. He then formed his own consulting company providing operations, change management, strategy development, and training services to over 50% of the operating nuclear plants in the US, and now other business sectors around the world. Michael was the first Lead for DHS to incorporate the private sector into the largest disaster response exercise in the US. He is the Executive Director of HISG.org, an international NGO operating in 130+ countries, and helped build the International Disaster Response Network (www.IDRN.info) now operating in 35+ countries.
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), has been through a series of changes since its inception in 1974. Today the NRC is preparing to evaluate new applications for nuclear plants and in doing so, the organization must be sure to hire and retain top talent, making human capital management a critical division at the NRC. In this podcast interview, Miriam Cohen, Chief Human Capital Officer, NRC, speaks to Kelly Hushin, Online Content Manger for Worldwide Business Research (WBR), producers of the HCMF conference, about employee engagement.
Ms. Cohen will speak about similar topics at the Human Capital Management Federal conference, which takes place November 14 to 16 in Arlington, Virginia. You can visit the website to learn more.
in Self Help
Individually, those in the ADHD community can advocate for themselves and bring awareness to the ADHD condition. Collectively, we can have a much greater impact. In this show, we'll interview Michele Novotni, who penned the original senate resolution bringing about ADHD Awareness Day and is now the head of the ADHD Coalition in charge of ADHD Awareness Month in October. We will discuss what the Coalition has in store for us this year and how you can help this important initiative. We’ll also interview members of the Coalition around what each has to offer the ADHD community. Organizations include ADDitude Magazine, ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), and the National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC). Whether or not you are part of the ADHD community, you don’t want to miss this show. Available resources will be shared, as well as action steps you can take to reach out to those who are unsure if they may have ADHD and what to do. Your help and support are vital in communicating the education and awareness of ADHD. Even if you are shy, there are still actions you can take. Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It helps adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by help opening their minds to pay attention to what works.
Host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to http://www.digcoaching.com.
blogtalkradio.com /don-durant 11:00 am to listen on teh phone: 718-305-6322 We are looking at the hectic state of events. Rance Priebus, the NRC Chairman, is attempting to Censor the networks from showing the movie on Hillary, John and Lindsay McCain, Senators are sent on a mission to Egypt in behalf of the President and the congress has taken six weeks off before planning to come back and shut down the government. How can they do this when they left for six weeks and we hardly missed them?
This Week's Guests:
Julie Anne Schuck is a senior program associate with the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences and has worked in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education for over 10 years. She has spent much of that time understanding different fields of study, synthesizing available evidence, and crafting technical reports. She has provided analytical and editorial support for a number of projects and workshops, including STEM education, terrorism prevention, the science of human-system integration, and criminal justice. Currently, she is part of the staff team supporting the NRC committee on the causes and consequences of high rates of incarceration.
Scott Sammler-Michael is the Minister of Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church in Burke, Virginia.
Walter F. Emerson from Cleveland, Ohio area: Equipment Specialist, Discipline Manager, Training and Procedures, Electrical and Control Systems Division.
Mr. Emerson is a mechanical engineer with over 40 yrs of experience in the Nuclear power industry. His experience spans 10 yrs in manufacturing and over 30 yrs in a variety of responsible roles in project engineering on construction projects and at operating plants. He has worked as both a technical specialist for Equipment Qualification and Licensing; as well as a technical lead in design, primary NRC Staff project interface in plant licensing, and I&C supervisor of plant engineering in a secunded role at a nuclear power plant.
US Army Corps of Engineers: Served as Commissioned Officer: 67–71 in a Special Forces Group where he attained the coveted 3-prefix qualification (SF); also served in a Combat Engineer Battalion in South Korea in DMZ. Commanded & trained groups of platoon and company strength under combat conditions. Selected and trained a provisional Mine Field Clearing Company during an 8 month clearing operation just south of the South Tape in the DMZ. He also served an add'l four yrs in the National Guard with an SF Group as S-3 operations and as an A-team commander. Qualified in both command and staff functions as Intelligence, Operations, and Logistics. Honorably Discharged in 1979: final rank of Sr. Captain
Tonight on The Front: "Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they they have rebelled they cannot become conscious."
- George Orwell, 1984, Book 1, Chapter 7
What the Fuku are they doing? News - Mystery illness has flight attendants from Alaska Airlines saying "what he fuku?" Also, "Fukushima is falling apart" by RadChick. Plus, the NRC and FEMA decide this is just the right time to lighten up on emergency preparedness around nuke reactors in residential areas??
SkyNet News - As the FAA "relaxes" restrictions on drones in the sky a catastrophic collision nearly occurs over Denver. I feel safer.
Police State News- As the NATO summit in Chicago approaches security is at all time high, will the government take a play from dictators abroad and shut down smart phones? Plus, Ma Environmental police cut off all supply lines to a local ice cream stand for your safety.
Sun News - Along with the NATO summit on Sunday there will be an annular solar eclipse, the last one of our lifetimes.
Health News - Five healthy herbs to boost energy levels in stead of toxic energy drinks.
Tonights Call in number is 917-889-3064, all callers welcome.
WARNING: Show content may change without notice!
Join us when eCareDiary’s Co-Founder Susan Baida interviews Jill Kagan.
Jill is Program Director for Lifespan Respite Training at the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center. She also serves as Chair of the National Respite Coalition, the policy division of the ARCH National Respite Network.
The mission of the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center is to assist and promote the development of quality respite and crisis care programs; to help families locate respite and crisis care services in their communities; and to serve as a strong voice for respite in all forums.
Jill represents NRC on national coalitions and has served on national advisory boards, including the Advisory Committees for the AARP Caregiver Coalition Research Project and the National Council on Disability’s Livable Communities for People with Disabilities.
Flood waters of the Missouri River are expected to keep rising for the next few weeks, as upriver dams are forced to release run-off from record rainfalls. A special alert was issued to us by the Lawrence Chapter of the Sustainable Action Network informing us of two nuclear power plants that have been flooded and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission have declared "No Fly Zones." Robert Knight and former nuclear plant operator, Arnie Gunderson, discuss from the program summary:
On June 6, 2011, the Fort Calhoun pressurized water nuclear reactor 20 miles north of Omaha, Nebraska entered emergency status due to imminent flooding from the Missouri River. A day later, there was an electrical fire requiring plant evacuation. Then, on June 8th, NRC event reports confirmed the fire resulted in the loss of cooling for the reactor's spent fuel pool. The discussion includes specific details of the technical failures at Fort Calhoun, the risks of coolant loss at overcrowded "spent" fuel pools, and the national hazards of nuclear facilities along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, and other water sites during the current period of floods and climate change. Includes line-by-line analysis of official NRC "Event Reports."
This 40 minute segment of Mr. Knight's 5 O'Clock Shadow was broadcast at WBAI Radio Pacifica and is available at The A-Info Radio Project. We are grateful to both him and members of the Lawrence Sustainability Action Network for these news contributions. Thank you.
Callers welcome during the second hour.