The Universe is home to numerous exotic and beautiful phenomena, some of which can generate inconceivable amounts of energy. Fermi/GLAST opens a new window on this high-energy world. With Fermi/GLAST, astronomers have a superior tool to study how black holes, notorious for pulling matter in, can accelerate jets of gas outward at fantastic speeds. Physicists are able to search for signals of new fundamental processes that are inaccessible in ground-based accelerators and observatories. Fermi/GLAST''s spectacular high-energy gamma-ray ''eyeglasses'' reveal hidden wonders, opening our minds to new possibilities and discoveries, expanding our understanding of the Universe and our place in it. For more information go to: http://www.nasa.gov/glast
By NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
EPA's Mid-Atlantic Region named its new series of podcasts "Environment Matters" carefully, hoping that listeners would agree that "matters" is both a noun and a verb. The audio and, now, video series includes topics as diverse as consumer and health tips, how EPA uses sound science to make decisions, recognition of exemplary environmental protection, and things we all can do to improve the environment. Audio podcasts will be produced as often as weekly, but more typically twice each month as we slowly begin to add video.
By US EPA Region 3
Honest HR is the podcast for HR professionals, people managers and team leads intent on elevating how they improve and grow their companies. Co-hosts Gloria Sinclair Miller, Amber Clayton and Wendy Fong for bring you honest, forward thinking conversations and relatable stories from the workplace that challenge the way it’s always been done, because after all, you have to push back to move forward. Honest HR is a podcast from SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, and by listening, you’re helping create better workplaces and a better world. This podcast is approved to provide SHRM-CP/SCP recertification PDCs. Details are included during qualifying episodes.
By Society for Human Resource Management
Archangels of Justice is a podcast that follows two experienced private investigators, as they look into different cases involving misclassified murders, law enforcement corruption, and the wrongfully imprisoned. Each series will take the listener on a journey through these complex cases and give the family's point of view along with law enforcement and crime scene experts. <br> Investigators, Salvatore E. Rastrelli and Ira B. Robins review actual cases to identify the problems within the justice system and determine the cures. They seek to reverse the breakdown in public trust, alleviate the hostility on both sides, and reduce the number of senseless deaths. Both are former police officers and private investigators with more than 88 years combined investigative experience.<br> It’s been easy for law enforcement to misclassify crimes like murders as suicides or robberies as thefts because of inept police work, to reduce their crime statistics, or to tip the scales to wrongfully convict someone they decide is guilty, or to protect one of their friends. They cover-up their own criminal conduct involving wrongful death and brutality by hiding facts and lying. Rastrelli and Robins have the courage to assist those who have had their civil rights trampled by corrupt police and prosecutors. They review cases submitted by victim’s families, find the ineptitude or misconduct, and reveal methods to alleviate the problems in order to effect change.<br> Each series, will take the viewer on journey, as they will see both sides of the issue and the facts will be presented in way that ultimately the viewer has to decide what they believe. Our hope is that this will lead to a serious public conversation about the training and responsibilities of our Law Enforcement. The Archangels of Justice are will lead this conversation to make sure Law Enforcement and Courts answer for their mistakes.
By Archangels of Justice
Where you find a variety of podcasts from the National Conservation Training Center
The Fear and Courage Podcast tells the stories of military service members, law enforcement officers, and first responders. These experiences are intense and in many ways foreign to the majority of people. The show includes stories with intensity, unique experiences, personal impacts (positive and negative), and lives changed for the better or worse as a result of a career of service. By telling the impactful stories of education, training, operations, traumas, victories, career paths, and family experiences that come from service, we hope to better understand the full impact of one person's choice to serve. I hope for the personal impact on those who serve to be a factor in the national conversation about military deployment thresholds and national and state law enforcement/first responder policy and regulation.
By Michael Gasser