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It all starts with one idea. Have you ever wondered how today’s top CEOs, business leaders and the people who work with the most innovative companies in the world found success? Join host George Davison as he explores the innovators that are shaping tomorrow’s world, today. For more information about the innovations and ideas changing tomorrow’s world, visit TomorrowsWorldToday.com.
 
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Ben Davison dives into Morrison's botched attempt to get children driving forklifts by National Cabinet decree and urges people to check out their health and safety rights at the Australian Unions free webinar this week with ACTU Leader Sally McManus, australianunions.org.au has the details. Triple J's Hottest 100 has been announced with The Wiggle…
 
Even though nuclear power was first created by the Idaho National Laboratory just over 70 years ago, it is now at the forefront of clean energy and electricity of the future. Today, the Idaho National Laboratory remains the center of nuclear energy research and development. In this episode of The Innovators, host George Davison talks to Corey McDan…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison breakdown the COVID updates in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia while diving into the long rambling list of activities that Scott Morrison's tried to pass off as being Prime Ministerial at his latest press conference. With RATs being stolen, hospitals overwhelmed and death rates spiking Morrison u…
 
Ben Davison gives a wrap up on the COVID figures for the week and looks at how "mild" Omicron has been able to bring much of Australia into an undeclared lockdown. Ben looks at the situation in WA as they learn from the failures of the NSW Liberal Party and prepare for re-opening to the rest of Australia on the 5th of February. Morrison has opened …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the mess of Scott Morrison's ideology and the Boy Prince Dom's unenforceable COVID policies as the politics of material reality, that is millions of Australian's having COVID, being exposed to COVID and being too sick to go to work, starts to bite into both NSW based Liberal Party leaders. Shelves are bare, busi…
 
Ben looks at the explosion of COVID across Australia which has seen the country exceed the case load per capita of both the UK and USA. With over half a million people currently diagnosed with COVID 19, hospitalisations climbing to record levels and daily death numbers the worst in NSW you would hope the Let It Rip strategy of Morrison and NSW Prem…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison return in 2022 to breakdown the Morrison government's latest announcements about COVID, including the attacks on workplace health and safety, and examine how Morrison has gone from ham fisted and half hearted neo-Keynesian to full blown free market Friedmanite. With COVID being let rip by boy Prince of NSW, Dom Perrottet,…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into what is happening with the Omicron variant and contrast the UK experience to the let it rip attitude of Morrison and Dom Perrottet. The northern hemisphere is our early warning system so why are these two Liberal leaders choosing to ignore the UK bringing back protections? Is it just a cowardly political calcula…
 
Ben Davison looks at Queensland reopening to other states in Australia with up to 50,000 cars predicted to make the journey into the sunshine state tomorrow. The Omicron variant of COVID has inspired regulators to bring forward booster shots from six months to five. A tornado has devastated Kentucky and in the process exposed some major fault-lines…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison take a deep dive into the problem of insecure work. Featuring interviews with: ACTU President Michele O'Neil about the macro economic issues and economy wide impacts, particularly on women and carers, of insecure work, National Assistant Secretary of the SDA, Julia Fox, on their groundbreaking "who cares?" campaign lookin…
 
Ben Davison looks at the shambles that is the Morrison government as it failed to create a federal ICAC, failed to increase people's super, failed to pass its Trumpian voter ID laws, failed to pass its religious discrimination laws and saw its member's cross the floor to vote for Qanon motions, hold up the senate and possibly mislead Morrison (and …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison look at the Morrison government's failure to make workplaces in Australia safer for women with the latest report showing even the parliament is plagued by bullying and harassment. Morrison's failure to deliver on the last report into these issues across the economy doesn't bode well for his so called promise to implement …
 
From drones to communicative machines to remote operations, there is a ton of foresty innovations and technology taking place in the world. Miller Timber Services and Ponsse both started from one person having a simple idea to harvest trees better and have transformed into continually improving the forestry industry. On this episode of The Innovato…
 
Ben Davison looks at the Morrison government's latest announcement on Insiders that they will try to police comments on the internet and how it fits into Morrison's strategy of government "stepping back" on economic issues while simultaneously starting culture wars and stepping in to protect corporations. Ben looks at Morrison's attempts to stop cl…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison look at Scott Morrison's plan to import 200,000 temporary migrant workers into Australia over December and January as new polling shows 58% of Australian's want to decrease from our pre-pandemic levels of 160,000. Van and Ben discuss how there are 200,000 workers already in Australia who can't get the support for their ch…
 
How did a company that started off with developing refueling systems for planes turn into a company that is helping humans get to Mars? There is no short answer to the amazing transformation that CAES has gone through. In this episode of The Innovators, host George Davison talks to David Meyouhas, a Senior Director at CAES, about fixing TVs, engine…
 
Ben Davison looks at how Tim Paine's resignation from the captaincy of the Australian cricket team over sexual misconduct contrasts to the promotion of Alan Tudge by Scott Morrison over sexual misconduct that occurred around the same time in 2017. Paine has resigned over sexting prior to it becoming public knowledge while Tudge conducted an affair …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the Qanon manipulations that are driving the protests in Victoria as more and more Liberal MPs are enticed to support the far right, mock lynching, reporter chasing extremist minority that continues to make threats against the democratic representatives of Victoria and wave Trump flags. Morrison has tried "who do …
 
What started as two entrepreneurs trying to improve farming by attaching tractors and trailers to steam engines is now one of the most recognizable construction and mining companies in the world—Caterpillar. Caterpillar has been at the forefront of innovation and technology since its founding in 1925. In this episode of The Innovators, host George …
 
The QAnon march in Melbourne this weekend showed off a disturbing willingness to use violent imagery and threats to intimidate democratically elected leaders, our institutions and our community. While Nearly 93% of Victorian's have had at least one dose of vaccine the rally, which featured US based QAnon symbols, flags and language, roped in a who'…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into Morrison's day out in Melbourne where in between pinching other people's food and getting a haircut he announced an electric vehicles policy. The man we pay $1,500 a day, who once claimed electric vehicles would kill the weekend, flew to Melbourne to announce a policy that would see 30% of vehicles on Australian…
 
One of Idaho National Laboratory’s many functions is to create nuclear energy systems for NASA to use in remote and hostile environments in space like on the moon or by Pluto and Saturn. This is what Stephen Johnson, the director of the Space Nuclear Power and Isotope Technologies Division at the Idaho National Laboratory, is responsible for. On th…
 
Ben looks at the big win for farm workers this week as up to 130,000 workers will see their wages rise from as low as $3/hr to a minimum of $25.14 an hour. Despite a second record harvest year in a row and as many as 16,000 jobs needing to be filled the usual corporate agri-business lobbyists are condemning the outcome and suggesting they will appe…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the Liberal lies, cover ups and side hustles that have come to typify the Morrison government. With Morrison himself called a liar, not just by President Macron but also, by Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull the credibility of Morrison's leadership is being called into question. If other leaders can't trust…
 
Nuclear energy is a quickly growing field with a great deal of research and development behind it. Rita Baranwal, the Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer of the Electric Power Research Initiative (EPRI), knows the importance of advanced nuclear research well. On this episode of The Innovators, host George Davison talks to Rita about working wi…
 
Gladys Berejiklian's end of week appearance at ICAC have raised some serious questions about how politicians conduct themselves, the meaning of terms like "family" and "love circle" and helped explain why Morrison and his government are so opposed to a federal ICAC. It would expose not only what they are doing wrong but also the things that they co…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison celebrate being reunited after four months separated by COVID lockdowns by exploring Morrison's New Plan using current policies to tackle climate change in "The Australian Way" with a pamphlet written by a global consulting company. We need real cuts to emissions to avoid temperatures increasing by 2.7 degrees. but there …
 
The role of the Department of Energy’s National Labs is to innovate science and technology that eventually is applied in industries to solve big problems and challenges. No one knows this better than Kathy McCarthy, the Associate Laboratory Director for Fusion and Fission Energy and Science at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In this episode of T…
 
Ben looks at how the events of the week at NSW ICAC and in the Federal Parliament involving the the sentencing of the Obieds, the investigation into Gladys and the protection racket for Porter have made the case for a proper federal ICAC. Alan Tudge and Peter Dutton express the worst of Australian political values with hypocrisy, greed, entitlement…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison contrast the former Liberal Minister Pru Goward's opinion piece in the AFR where she calls unemployed workers "the underclass", "proles", "weasels", "damaged", a "deficit" and "lacking in trust and discipline." who need to be "harnessed" to the news today that 1.2M children in Australia went hungry in the last 12 months, …
 
Ben Davison wraps up the changes to COVID protections around the country as NSW schools are set to reopen, Victoria announces end of lockdown and Hobart seems set to survive a scare unscathed. What's Josh Frydenberg's problem. The Morrison government Treasurer keeps attacking Victoria, that state he's from, on everything to do with COVID. Why? Ben …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the miraculous conversion of the Murdoch empire from climate skeptics to "Mission Zero" warriors. They explore how all it has taken is decades of campaigning, billionaires identifying the money making and subsidy extracting opportunities and enough space to allow the likes of Bolt, Gleeson and Panahi to hedge hi…
 
Ben looks at the reopening of NSW, some of the issues other places have faced when reopening and what the concerns might be for us here in Australia. Morrison sent his minister off to Insiders to talk about social media accountability while totally failing to address the fact The Australian has numerous anonymous articles and manage to not be asked…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the new NSW Premier, Dom Perrottet, his public statements against women's reporductive rights, against marriage equality, against financial support for single mothers, his public sector wage cuts, his privatisation of NSW infrastructure and the iCare scandal that saw 52,000 injured workers ripped off while a for…
 
Ben Davison dives into how Gladys failed in her duty to report possible corrupt conduct while he slams the rose coloured glasses some of the Liberal Party and Sydney's elites have decided to view her through. Dom, iCare, Perrottet seems likely to replace Gladys now that Constance has announced he wants to go federal but is the Trump supporting, ant…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison dive into the Morrison government's bungling of the COVID situation in Australia that has seen people with a disability go from being in a priority group to "refocussed" almost out of contention for vaccines, payments being cut from people left unemployed due to COVID restrictions, states going off the road map at the exp…
 
Buying a home is one of the biggest, most personal decisions you make in your life. No one knows this better than Tami Bonnell, the CEO of EXIT Realty. In this episode of The Innovators, host George Davison talks to Tami about what you can learn from martial arts, how her company survived the housing crisis, and what the future of innovations in re…
 
Have you ever heard of pneumatics? Even if you haven’t, pneumatics, which is the use of compressed air, affects the world around you and the tools you use every day. In this episode of The Innovators, we talk to John Halvorson, the Director of Marketing at SMC, about pneumatics and robotics, grandfatherly advice, engineering, and everything in betw…
 
Ben Davison breakdown how 51% over 16 vaccinated equals 40% full vaccinated and what the delayed rollout in lower socio-economic suburbs and regions means for when things "open up". Insiders, on the ABC, makes some terrible calls about the far right riots. From using language that reinforces the narrative of fascists to regurgitating anti-union tal…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison breakdown what's happening in Melbourne as far right infiltrators have been rioting, attacking union offices, attacking police and desecrating working class sites. It is a cracking deep dive into fascism, what's driving the riots, why union offices and sites have been targeted, the baffling political responses and what we…
 
Ben Davison is back with the Weekend Wrap looking at how Morrison's Nuclear sub deal is blowing up Australian jobs, threatening trade relations with China and the EU and resulting in the only European power that cares about the Indo-pacific region withdraw their ambassador from Australia and the United States (their oldest ally). But we will now ge…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the latest Morrison government transparency failure as Christian Porter receives a "blind" million dollars for his legal fund that even Malcolm Turnbull can't stomach but Frydenberg says is "within the rules". Its been over 1,000 days since Morrison announced the as yet undelivered national anti-corruption organis…
 
What do you do with your old laptop when you buy a new one? Trade it in? Throw it away? Put it in a box in the basement where it collects dust? On this episode of The Innovators, host George Davison talks to Jim Levine, president and founder of Regency Technologies. Fifteen years ago, Jim noticed that landfills were piling huge amounts of electroni…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine how Scott Morrison's decision to fly to Sydney for father's day weekend, at tax payer expense across two closed borders, was compounded by the sleight of hand photo used on his social media and speaks to his continued poor judgement in the wake of his trip to Hawaii, the family pub crawl around Cornwall and his de…
 
Ben Davison breaks down Morrison Minister, Stuart Robert's, appalling explanation of the COVID reopening plan on Insiders as NSW hits 24,000 active cases, The Saturday Paper exposes Galdys' 1,700 secret hospital cases and News.com reveals there are three children are in ICU with COVID19. The Morrison government won't publish the list of companies t…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison analyse Gladys delusional optimism about COVID reopening, Dan's sombre lockdown extension and the increase in far right foreign agitation as orchestrators of COVID spreading events in Australia are arrested overseas. The Morrison government drops protections for women from sexual harassment from its respect at work legisl…
 
Ben Davison looks at the delusions of Glady's and Morrison as Australia reaches more than 15,000 active COVID cases, smashes through 1,200 new cases a day, hospitals are overwhelmed, ambulance services issue warnings and testing clinics are attacked. The Doherty Institute tries to clarify that even at 70% vaccination rates, if COVID is as loose in …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the rolling disaster that is Morrison and Glady's handeling of the COVID pandemic as NSW records a record 919 new cases and two hospitals, Blacktown and Westmead, are unable to take any more COVID patients. The Ruby Princess inquiry finds the Morrison government didn't learn from mistakes overseas and let 600 COVI…
 
Ben Davison analyses Morrison's claim he can't (or won't) bring home every Australian stranded in Afghanistan and the implicit promise to abandon our allies as thousands of people try to reach safety. The bungled vaccine rollout is also dismissed by Morrison as something unforeseeable despite experts, Labor, unions and business all warning his gove…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the situation in Afghanistan, Morrison's abandonment of our allies, the takeover of Kabul by the Taliban, what is happening to the Hazara people and the fears many have for women, girls and minorities. People are desperate to get out as Taliban leaders declare national pardons but Taliban fighters are reportedly b…
 
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