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Fresh update on "10%" discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:46 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "10%" discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Bonnie Doran, welcome back to the show. Thank you, Dan Harris. I'm glad to be back. So we're gonna talk today about the 5 hindrances and the sort of basically a checklist of 5 ways we can go astray in our meditation and our life. But let me just before we get into this list because the list is extremely useful. Let's just step back and talk about what exactly is the fourth foundation of mindfulness because speaking for myself, I've always found it very confusing. I get the first three, the first one is just being mindful of your body, which is a great way to wake up to what's happening right now. The second is to be aware of the sort of pleasant or unpleasant or neutral tone of whatever's arising right now. Do I like what's happening right now? Do I not like it? Do I not care? And then the third is just kind of being mindful of whatever mental states are operational in the moment. But the fourth is often described as mindfulness of damas. And then within the fourth and I'm going to mangle this so you'll come in and rescue me. But within the fourth foundation of mindfulness, there are all these lists. So it's like a list of lists within a list. So please save me. What is the fourth foundation of mindfulness? Well, you're right, I think historically in our beloved western tradition, we've had a number of different categories of thinking or categories or lists of very common mental and emotional and physical things that happen to all humans. And right now, one of our scholars of venerable annalia says that he can verify that what the person who invented this practice taught was that there were two things that were very important and those two things are the 5 hindrances, which are the things that prevent us from being present and from seeing clearly. And the 7 factors of awakening, which are very high, mental and emotional states that we cultivate as we do this practice over time. And those are wonderful. And there's a lot of other things on the list that we're not exactly sure we're taught by the guy who invented this, but we know for sure that the 5 hindrances and the 7 factors of awakening were on that list. And by the guy who invented this, you're referring to the Buddha, I assume. Yeah, the shock, yeah. He lived 2600 years ago. And I'm so excited, you know, about a year ago, this article came out in this excellent scientific journal. It was nature, which is one of the highest regarded scientific journals. They have a few subcategories and they had one called nature human behavior, and they did a meta analysis, which means they put together over 400 studies of what, you know, mental health intervention was the most helpful and most useful for people. They put together 400 studies of over 50,000 people and guess what came out as number one. Mindfulness came out as the number one highest impactful most successful mental health intervention to do for your own well-being. And I just love that. This was invented 2600 years ago, so. I love that. Me too. Before we dive into the 500 says, can you give me a working definition of damas? Because or dharmas depending on which ancient language you want to use. When we say mindfulness of damas or mindfulness of dharmas, what does that actually mean? Okay, so the pauli were damaged can be translated into several English words like truth, teaching, path, phenomenal law, et cetera. And the case of this meditation practice there are several important details that stand out for this foundation of mindfulness. Some of those damas and the fourth foundation include. Of course, the 5 hindrances which are an important practice. The 7 factors of awakening and then also the 5 aggregates, the passing and arising of the 5 aggregates, the 6th sense stores, you know, seeing hearing, smelling, tasting, feeling. You know, it's just experiences and clusters to understand them and clusters that are experienced by every human being. And that's what it's important for us to see in the fourth foundation of mindfulness to know that whatever we're experiencing is not personal to us. It might be personal to us how strong they are or how we interpret them, but these things, these dominas in the fourth foundation are experienced by every single human being that is born into this life world. The 6th sense stores investigation of the Federer dependent origination, you know, some of the biggest teachings of this tradition are found within the DOM as the fourth foundation. But, you know, our wonderful scholar, the venerable annal, says through his investigation that we know for sure that there are two that are found in the Chinese agamas and in the pauli canon and those are the 5 hindrances which are huge and important thing for us to know and work with and also the 7 factors of awakening, which are beautiful mental states that are rise after we have been practicing for a while. So just to sum up the fourth foundation of mindfulness of dharmas or mindfulness of damas, is essentially being mindful of the Buddha's teaching and one of the key parts of his teaching is to create these lists, which help us understand what it's like to be alive and how to work with our minds. And there are lots of these lists, but according to the venerable annual, who's a German born American currently resides in America, scholar monk, who has looked at the Buddhist scriptures both in the ancient language of poly, but also in ancient Chinese and has found that there are definitely two lists that are in this bucket and they are the 500s and the 7 factors of awakening or the 7 factors of enlightenment. And today, in this interview, we're going to focus on the 5 hindrances. So let me ask a foundational question as it pertains to the 500 instances, which is, what are the 500s? What's the overarching importance of this list? Yes. It's a hugely important list because as we know, in order for us to make progress and to see clearly and to be free from suffering, we have to have sea law or proper conduct. We have to be virtuous. We have to be wholesome. Our lives have to be wholesome and virtuous and the 5 hindrances are ways that all human beings and each of us individually get hung up with some of the unwholesome mental qualities that are arise in all of our minds. And those on how some men to qualities, there's 5 of them. There are two of them that are opposites of each other. The first is greed or wanting and the second opposite of that is a version or not wanting. That's one pair. The other pair is sloth and torpor or sleepiness or lack of ability to connect or concentrate and the opposite of that is restlessness and worry. So those are another pair that are the hindrances. And then the 5th hindrance is doubt. And some people say that dowd is the most scary hindrance because it can make us even question why we're doing what we're doing and it could be the reason why we stop practicing cultivating positive mental factors and trying to weaken and eliminate the negative mental factors.

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Job openings plunged by more than 1.1 million in August

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 15 hrs ago

Job openings plunged by more than 1.1 million in August

"The number of job openings in the U.S. sunk in August compared with July a sign that businesses may pull back further on hiring and potentially cool chronically high inflation The government says there were 10.1 million advertised jobs on the last day of August down a huge 10% from openings in July layoffs ticked up in August but remained at historically low levels That's according to the job openings and labor turnover survey the sharp drop in job openings will be welcomed by the Federal Reserve which is hoping to reduce the demand for workers by raising its key short term interest rate on Friday We get the unemployment rate which is forecast to remain unchanged at 3.7%

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Fresh update on "10%" discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

00:26 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "10%" discussed on The Vergecast

"A 100%. And so everything else in this market right now is very niche in the United States. It's a different story in China, E readers are a lot more common there. They don't care about Amazon. Nobody over there really uses it, but it's on devices. But everybody wants to read. That's why you're seeing all this proliferation in China of all these different E readers is because there's actually a market for it there. And China can also, a lot of those companies can afford to do smaller runs and really kind of figure things out. Whereas we just don't see that in the United States. Nobody wants to experiment at that scale. In the U.S. with hardware. I feel like Amazon over time has tried to push in some new ways of thinking about books. Like they did the Kindle singles thing and there was like a cereals thing that they were doing. And none of that seems to have taken off. And I think part of me wonders will devices like this as they get bigger start to change some of the content that people want or are we just stuck in a thing where it's like, I want books, or I want the Internet. And if I want the Internet, I'm going to go to a different thing. That middle ground you're talking about like the web books and that kind of content just doesn't seem to exist here. And I wonder if it ever will. I think it does exist. And I think people have really found ways around Amazon's walled garden. If you look at the biggest kind of American web book spaces, they're primarily fan fiction, right? They're primarily wattpad. And AO three, and both of those have figured out how to put stuff on an Amazon device pretty quickly. And a lot of those readers also are younger and they're just like, I've got a phone. I don't need this. Whereas I want to be able to read and not worry about my notifications popping up. So I want an E reader where my notifications are going to pop up. And that's what I give with the books. I can just go and I have no idea if any of you text me. If you hadn't called me, I wouldn't know that I needed to be here for this call today. That's not true. I was working very hard. You see a lot of people say, no, I just want something to focus on writing and reading and doing that. And that's what this crop of products in China is doing. They're just saying, we're going to give you the Android experience. But a little limited, you're not going to be answering your emails on this unless you really want to and also want to cry. Fair. Instead, do you want to read? You want to take notes? We got you. Okay. So to that point, actually, the reviews to come on the Kindle scribe. It's supposed to come out before the end of the year. I don't know when. I didn't want to wait. But let's assume this is everything that Amazon claims that it is, which kindles have been very good for a very long time. I don't think it's insane to believe Amazon when they say this thing is going to work pretty well. Is this thing going to light the world on fire? Does this appeal to Kindle people? Or is there going to be a watershed moment where all of a sudden everybody wants one of these devices? I think we're closer to that watershed moment with this device because it's got two things going for it. One, it's got a bigger display. And people, as much as I hate it, people do love bigger displays. They want a big screen. And Liv talked about the really loyal DX fans. They're still out there. And there's a lot of them. And there's a lot of people who are getting older and they want to blow up the text as big as possible. And I've seen it when they blow up the text as big as possible on that 6 inch aerator. It's like four words per page. I know, it's crazy. And so they need at least 7. And this will give them those 7 words. So I think you're going to see a lot of people embracing it for that reason. And I think the writing is going to be useful. But I think Amazon has kind of programmed everybody in the United States to think that the walled garden is the only way to go. And so it's going to be really hard for people to understand that there are other ways to do this. It's not just the Amazon way of living in this walled garden, only having access to Kindle books, only having access to your word docs and PDFs. In doing annotations on them with this device. No, I think that's totally right. And I think the idea of a digital handwriting notebook seems like the kind of thing that when we get it right is going to be massively successful. It's a lot of people and it's going to be super interesting to see if this is the one. Yeah, like if they can figure out the UI if they can make the UI really interesting and feel snappy because that's one of the problems with eating. He's eating that refresh is just slow, slow, slow. Yeah. And even at its fastest, it's still glacial compared to everything else we do. And that's just a huge limitation. And they're fixing it. They're improving on it. We're seeing a year after year Inc is getting a lot better at that refresh rate. And that's the thing they're very focused on because they know that until the refresh rate gets up to stuff, nobody's going to adopt this at other things. As long as you see that gross ghosting and the flash as it refreshes the entire page, people are going to be like, ew, icky. So I think if they can figure out ways around that refresh problem, and we've seen like books has gotten decent at it remarkable has gotten decent at it. You don't feel that sluggishness necessarily with those products. If Amazon can figure that out, I think it starts to get people excited about it. We'll see what the scribe. I would probably hazard like the scribe too will be the big watershed moment rather than the scribe one. As much as I want that moment. Yeah, no, I would guess that you're right, but we're gonna come back on here whenever they do ship as one to try out and we'll talk about it. I'm so excited for that day. Whoever gets to review it, it's gonna be me. I'm gonna fight everybody at the verge. I can't wait to fight you, David.

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Trumps Rallies Show What Is Left of a Sad Little Cult

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:54 min | 16 hrs ago

Trumps Rallies Show What Is Left of a Sad Little Cult

"Speaking of Trump, you were as creeped out by his, what was that this weekend? Rally, something you said, the background music thing is very unsettling. You said, oh, that is so weird. And then he drops into that dark side of NPR narrator voice. Yes. It's like a Darth Vader of NPR. And he was talking about the kill at will, or maybe not at will. I don't even know what that means. Yes. He accidentally shoots somebody. He said they're globally. He said thieves are openly openly killing people. Did you quoted him the music swells, but now we are a nation in decline we have more liquid gold under our feet than any other country in the world, or nation that allowed Russia to devastate Ukraine, Hunter Biden laptop, president who is cognitively impaired, is just like mad libs now. Yeah, that's what towards the end. Yeah. And by the way, in case anybody's wondering, the venues are getting smaller. Yeah. This place more on Michigan. This thing looks like an airplane hangar. I don't know what it was. It's probably the local civic center, but you know, he's going to smaller and smaller towns and drawing smaller and smaller crowds. But if you've never watched the RS BN video feed, it's absolutely North Korean. Yeah. We have these two young, vibrant, you know, video journalists. They're hosting. And they come on here, first of all, to come on the air about 5 hours before the event. And then he's always late. So these people have to vamp for like 5 hours. In between segments with. These people in shorts. Yeah. But you're right. The wide shots you can see that it's just a sad little cult.

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Apple Music now has over 100 million songs - Engadget

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Apple Music now has over 100 million songs - Engadget

"Apple music will offer its 100 millionth song on Monday With the latest you have 100 million songs to choose from on Apple music to put that milestone in perspective in 2003 apple's iTunes offered 200,000 songs Apple says 20,000 musicians released tracks on its service every day from places like Japan Ghana Colombia and South Korea in 350 languages and dialects 40% of the songs are in English Apple says its top 1000 songs make up just 10% of the plays indicating that listeners are exploring older

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Ginni and Clarence Thomas Must Have a Sad Marriage

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Ginni and Clarence Thomas Must Have a Sad Marriage

"You retweeted Ginny Thomas read an opening statement to the committee according to a source. I can guarantee that my husband has never spoken with me about pending cases at the court. It's an ironclad rule here in our home. She said clarence Thomas is uninterested in politics, and you just said that did the committee just start laughing hysterically. But, I mean, here we have a sitting Supreme Court Justice's wife saying yes, the election was stolen. And no, I've never talked to my husband about anything. And you know what, every single biography of every single Supreme Court Justice talks about how they discussed cases with their families. Yeah. I mean, you know, we know that was it Lewis Powell, who wrote roe V wade. We know he discussed it with his family. What he was going to do in that decision. We just know this. And it's just like, it's sitting there going, wow, you must have a really crappy marriage. If you can't talk about work at all with each other, I mean, I hope the sex is good.

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Another Week Another Trump Racial Slur With The Rude Pundit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Another Week Another Trump Racial Slur With The Rude Pundit

"Tweeted, ask every single Republican if they're okay with Trump making a racist joke of Elaine Chao's name. Get them on the record. I just, I know it's just another weekend, another slur, another death threat, basically, against Mitch McConnell, right? Yeah, yeah. I mean, you know, let's be fair here and say, you know, it couldn't happen to a nicer guy. But it is shocking to me that, you know, that nobody wants to condemn what he said about Elaine Chao. And it's also funny that how many people on the right have tweeted at me like, you know, it wasn't racist. What was racist about calling her coco chow? He just misspelled her name. You know, coco, what do you mean that's racist? It's China loving wife. That's her politics. It's her politics.

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Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | 1 d ago

Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

"Yeah, crime is up everywhere, man. Meghan Markle and prince Harry are scared. And their neighborhood. They're leaving their $14 million montecito home. There's no crime in montecito. There's not even flower boxes that get pushed over. So they have their sights on that. I'm very exclusive California private community called hope branch. People say the couple have, well, their current sprawling home doesn't properly accommodate them. Because they're a family of four. I don't know what that means it's too big or too small, but nothing I'm on aceto small, hope ranch is a suburb of Santa Barbara, California. Very affluent community, a lot of equestrians there. There's a nearby country club, there's a tennis court, a golf club, almost 30 miles of horse track riding trails, because all the 10% of the community owned horses there. The room while they're moving, this is the rumor. There was a news story that came out that there's a bling ring type of style, you know, out of area, death gang. And apparently they heard through the Grapevine that they had the Dutch and the duke and duchess montecito neighborhood on their hit list. Yeah, I mean, it's a great place to go Robin. It's got money everywhere. I mean, Adam Levine's out there, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres. Yeah. Make a lot of money out there with a bling ring. And I don't want to see these two git hurt, but I wouldn't mind finding out they got robbed. Like a Kim Kardashian Paris style robbery. Megan Markle needs that. There's always something that's hard on them. The family was harder than the queen was hard. They want their privacy. Her stupid podcast, his complete befuddled face everywhere.

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Backup QB Rush wins again as Cowboys beat Commanders 25-10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Backup QB Rush wins again as Cowboys beat Commanders 25-10

"Cooper rush in the cowboys earned their third straight win by stifling the commanders 25 ten rushed through scoring strikes to CD lamb and Michael Gallup who was making his season debut Big time player we're really happy for him I think big for him you know just to go back out there and I'm still Michael Gallup I can go make plays and it's really going to help us Rush was an efficient 15 of 27 for 223 yards and no interceptions to improve to four as an NFL starter Washington was its own worst enemy flagged 11 times for 136 yards I'm Dave ferry

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No. 5 Clemson tops No. 10 NC State 30-20 in ACC showdown

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

No. 5 Clemson tops No. 10 NC State 30-20 in ACC showdown

"DJ UEA threw for a touchdown and ran for two others as 5th ranked clumps and earned it 11 straight win 30 20 versus number ten North Carolina state The tigers quarterback engineered touchdown drives just before and right after halftime helping Clemson move to 5 and zero for the 7th time in 8 years He had 209 yards through the air and 73 on the ground Clemson's defense did the rest holding the potent wolf pack to just a field goal over the final two quarters The tigers also picked off Devin Leary and recovered a fumble when NC state went for it on fourth and 13 down ten with less than 9 minutes left I'm Dave fairy

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No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22

"Top ranked George's scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to pull out a victory at Missouri 26 22 The bulldogs trailed 22 12 before going on a ten play 75 yard drive capped by Kendall Milton's one yard plunge with 9 39 remaining And ensuing 68 yard drive ended with a one yard run by dejan Edwards with four O three remaining Stetson Bennett was held without a scoring pass while throwing for 312 yards Mazouz Brady cooked through for 192 yards in a score and Cody Schrader had 89 yards on just 6 carries I'm Dave ferry

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Williams rushes for 5 TDs, No. 3 OSU beats Rutgers 49-10

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Williams rushes for 5 TDs, No. 3 OSU beats Rutgers 49-10

"Mayan Williams led third ranked Ohio State to a 49 ten trouncing of Rutgers Williams ran for a career high 189 yards and 5 touchdowns including a 70 yard scoring burst in the third quarter Mississippi just wanted to give a big shout out to the O line tight ends of our receivers for making it happen for me He also had four short TDs starting a place of trevi and Henderson who was a late scratch due to an unspecified injury Williams allowed the buckeyes to overcome a subpar performance by quarterback CJ Stroud who was 13 of 22 for a career low 154 yards two touchdowns and an interception I'm Dave ferry

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Arsenal beats 10-man Tottenham 3-1 to stay atop EPL table

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Arsenal beats 10-man Tottenham 3-1 to stay atop EPL table

"Arsenal will stay atop the Premier League table for at least another week following a North London Darby wind against shorthanded Tottenham Three one Gabrielle Jason snapped a one all deadlock early in the second half The lead seemed insurmountable once Emerson royal earned a straight red card in the 62nd minute leaving spurs with just ten players Grani chakra capped the scoring 5 minutes later Thomas party had a first half tally for the Gunners who ended Tottenham's 13 game unbeaten streak dating to last season I'm Dave ferry

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 Inflation hits record 10% in 19 EU countries using euro

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Inflation hits record 10% in 19 EU countries using euro

"Inflation in the European countries using the Euro currency has broken into double digits as prices for electricity and natural gas saw The spike in inflation signals a looming winter recession for one of the globe's major economies as higher prices undermine consumers spending power EU agency eurostat says consumer prices in the 19 country Eurozone rose a record 10% in September up from an annual 9.1% in August only a year ago inflation was as low as 3.4% Price increases are at their highest level since

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Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout

"Cubans have been without power for more than two days following hurricane Ian Many Cubans are growing frustrated about being without electricity Hurricane Ian knocked out power in western Cuba Tuesday night than the entire power grid was knocked out leaving 11 million people in the dark In Havana yvette garrido says she's never been without electricity for such a long time and that her food is becoming spoiled The government has not said what percentage of the population is still without power but electrical authorities said Thursday that only 10% of Havana's 2 million people had their electricity restored I'm Donna water

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What Friends and Family Do for Their Famous Friends

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 5 d ago

What Friends and Family Do for Their Famous Friends

"So when driving through Colorado and the cocaine, we had a little bit less at that point as you can imagine. And it was in a baggie. And there we are on route 80. And a state trooper pulls behind us, and he's following us now. Now, like I said, we had God bless America taped to the back of the windshield. But still, a couple of dark skinned guys with Baldi's and a yorkie, driving through Colorado, that would be enough for a cop to at least follow us for a while. And he's been behind us for a good several miles now. He's not moving off our ants. That'll make you shit a brick when you're carrying a lot of dirty stuff. So suddenly Neil says to me, you know what, I think that I know there's a gas station and a car wash up here very soon. I've passed it and I've stopped here a number of times because gumballs made that drive before. That was my first trip. I said, wherever it is, bro, find it and let's go there. So he says, you know what? I'm going to point to the car wash. Hand me the code. I said, no, no, no, I got it. Just do what you got. He was hand me the Coke asshole. You're famous. You have a TV show. You can't hold this or you'll lose everything. You know what? He had a point. So I handed it to him. And he drives into the car wash, but before he stops the car, he says, go into the store and get us some sodas and get us some shit to eat some candy and meet me when I'm done with the car wash. This is sure. And wouldn't you know the cop pulls into the fucking car wash as well? And he stops right behind gumbo. But he isn't going to car wash. He stops and goes in the store. Now he's looking at me up and down and I got the dog in my hand. So after the wash, I hop back in the car and the cop is following us again. And I say, Jesus Christ deal it's curtains. I said, where is it? He says, don't worry. Just look straight ahead. I see where's the bad rose? Just don't fucking move. Just look straight ahead. Stay calm. A few minutes later, the cop puts his siren on. I'm thinking, we're fucking dead. We're going to jail in 9 11. And he speeds past us. Even gave us a little nod. Like, got to go, boys. I mean, I breathed a sigh of relief like you can't imagine. I go holy shit. All right, where's this stuff? Give it to me. He says, hold the wheel. And when I do, Neil leads to his left and fish is in the back of his pants and pulls the bag of Coke out of his crack. Now that's what Friends and family do for famous people. Okay? Sometimes fame isn't a bitch.

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Is New York Is the Groping Capital of America?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:03 min | 5 d ago

Is New York Is the Groping Capital of America?

"The story today that tickled me pardon the pun was the Times Square Elmo. Who got busted for grabbing a 14 year old girl's ass. While she was posing for a photo, listen, this kind of shit is far from an isolated incident. There are people who are actually keep reports of this nefarious stuff in New York. They keep reports on panhandlers who have hands on people between panhandlers and homeless people and I guess Disney pseudo characters or assessing street characters. New York City authorities say that people are touched 24 people per hour or touch without consent. I don't know who the fuck does this counting? I guess these complaints are called in and they notated. I don't know. But they also said that 47% of New Yorkers have had unpleasant interactions with these pushy plushies or other street hustlers at the crossroads of the world,

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Escobar rallies Mets past Marlins in 10, back into 1st alone

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Escobar rallies Mets past Marlins in 10, back into 1st alone

"Eduardo Escobar kept his 5 RBI performance by delivering the game winning hit in the mets 5 four ten inning come back over the Marlins Escobar ended the game with a base hit that scored Francisco Lindor To have a moment like that I gave all the thanks to God on that But what a game that was and how it just turned out That's Escobar through an interpreter The mets trailed for nothing until Escobar delivered a two run Homer in the 7th and a two run single in the 8th The third baseman allowed New York to regain a one game lead over the braves atop the NL east He had three of them at 7 hits I'm Dave ferry

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Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 6 d ago

Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

"You're running as the Republican in the tenth congressional district in Virginia which is right outside of Washington but it also stretches a bit Tell everybody a little bit about your background From Vietnam in 1975 and then we escaped there within days of the fall Saigon Came over here and my father couldn't find work over here So we had to move to Africa So I grew up I spent 7 years in Africa And while we're over there my parents we spent 7 years over there I was going to French schools and my parents realized at the age of 12 that this kid probably needs to learn English also So we moved back here My mom brought myself in my sport sisters back here while my dad remained over there for 15 years by himself working and seeing him every 6 months but I want to I grabbed on to that American Dream and I want to Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology I was the first class to graduate from there I went to the United States naval academy I got my master's in physics from naval postgraduate school and I was a fellow at MIT and at Harvard But I paid everything back with services country I served 25 years in special operations I thought in Iraq Afghanistan Somalia I was in Pakistan during the earthquake relief I was in the Balkans I dove the ocean depth I recovered John F. Kennedy Jr. but then that's been required last October because just watching Kabul fall and seeing mothers hand babies to marines Just broke my heart I mean that's exactly what happened in Vietnam And so I decided to run for Congress Wow And how old are you I'm 51 sir 51 well you've led a full life at the age of 51 And a very patriotic

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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 d ago

School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King

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"10%" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"Mean just so many guests have come through the screen door at our lake house so between that space and our home in los angeles we have hosted a ton of people. But in doing an episode about houseguests. It is like sort of necessary to define what that might mean for you. Because we all have different situations we all have different types of homes or live in different locations that are really going to dictate the type of house guests that we're going to host so maybe we're hosting. Our parents are siblings or family members. Maybe were hosting friends from college. Maybe we're hosting friends with kids the same age as ours. Maybe we're hosting friends. Who are in desperate need of a relaxing weekend away from their own space. And so there's no right exact way to host house gas because there's so many variations of how this can look. I tried to just make these tips general enough that you can apply them to your own situation your own personality type your own natural talents and skills and so all of that leads me to the number one tip. We're just going to jump right in here to hosting the number one tip is get a handle on the vibe. This is so important. Because i think when you come away from a weekend that you felt like didn't work and you were disappointed either as the host or as the guest a lot of times. Those disappointments are because of mismatched expectations. One family really wanted a weekend of quality time and chill low key rest and one family really wanted to sightsee and pack their time together full of activities and make really overt memories and that kind of thing and so what you have to do is really important for any trip but especially when you are hosting people in your home is to make sure you have a solid handle on the vibe what the guests are wanting and what you are able to provide because let's be clear even if it is people that you love even if it is something. You're super excited about your time together. It's work if you're the host. It is work and so you don't want to put in a bunch of effort or not put in enough effort and it be something that you or your guests weren't quite expecting so from the very first geico however this.

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"10%" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport

The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"10%" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport

"In the game of rugby. Who could be a greatest of all time. Lots of llosa try. Scores love supplies. The of you know had good career as the rest of it. It's a tough tough. Isn't it with a team gain to get the greatest of all time warmed squad jonah. Lomu as we discussed in your leg now made when i first saw just went out on a minute. This bloke's quite a different guy. Just amazing as you say has been of not not a freak but you have to pay. It was just yeah. I've never seen this happened before i remember. We'll call in calling him a freak. When he was interviewed after that semifinal win joan run over everybody. And also when you when you're playing computer games sporting computes again. Not only was the game named after joan lomu but when you were playing against joan malone with his character was twice the size of everybody else's character and i think a little bit like or lucky swallowed a gold coin or something but i i can't say i can't think of jonny wilkinson you've got dan carter yet that right plas- gripe players but did they genuinely shift the dial of the game across the world to say nobody can stop this guy dan. Carter is a great player. Scored low points oded jonny wilkinson but journal. Yeah mean if rugby was gonna be on the list. I would have to say is going to be joan because of what he brought to the game at the now. Let's see whether he'll make on a top ten or not at the moment. We've not definite of ali. Phelps arena and tiger. Let's start trion with lows four down to one two three four before we even start debating. The rest only will number one for me. I got beeped. There are also people out there who are undefeated as boxes not necessarily the whole profile. And you know. Have you everything that comes with as you say Having our labianca remember the head waking me three in the morning you to watch ali fraser and everything. It was just epic staff. But i made he having a with you with ali. I mean he just. He was just fantastic. Bobby he he did get pregnant. Who he was he was up against was just awesome as well. I mean they would they could have been. They were legends but would have been throwing my with highs in fact put the cat amongst the pigeons. Go get me covid. Only ease alleged. Avoid you all some really good points is because you have. We got whisked away by the pr and the romance and the brilliant stories that early created. We did transplant. The spore is a lot of people that love our later. Have nothing to do with boxing. Don't know anything about boxing. Is he going up against. We've mentioned ebb. Woods is all based on success. Phelps you've mentioned about all the medals serena with record ready to be broken cost topping in. I'll be tempted. Them for an is not massive spoke at a are following. I bought the With michael phelps would phelps being known worldwide ahead of serene tiger and ali will know but then we young Shifty of shifted now of shifted about. Hold on a minute. This bloke. Absolutely wiped the floor with everyone for ages heavy olympics..

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"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Yeah i remember. When i was teaching. I was still very much in the thick of of of the depression. Yeah i mean looking back. It is i don't know. Kind of mix of heartbreaking and amazing how bad it was and that i survived it and how good it is now. Yeah but i remember there was a couple times. I couldn't bring myself to say. Please help but there were times when i was. I was so desperate that i mentioned it a couple times because it seemed like there were students who who there and so maybe we were talking about romeo and juliet and i mentioned teenage live. Romeo and and casually mentioned you. I have struggled with depression in the past. I would always say in the past and the two times that. I can remember where i mentioned that kind of casually the bell would ring. Students have five minutes to get to the next class. There was a line at my desk while mr huhne. That's me mr. And i think that's me while mr huhne i. It's been so hard lately. And i would just think. Oh my gosh. What are we doing this this There's a lot of kiddos that need to hear. You're not alone. Yeah and there's hope yeah and have someone to talk to you right. Yeah and you know. That's being a teacher. I've never been a teacher. But i i actually i think we i know some some friends of mine that you're their teacher and and you're always me salem so small that's why i love about it so on the you know the other. They're always like oh grandma's one of my favorite teachers and i've always heard these things. It's on your facebook page or just you know putting together things and it's another one of those things so it's not like from all view on the outside. You're a great teacher. You are happy doing your show and and here you were in this in this depression in this you know yes stretch of where you say and sometimes it was go either way moments but one hundred percent of my students. I feel lucky to know them. There's not a single student that i don't feel that about every sooner i've ever had i've felt was a gift and i just felt thrilled and honored to know them and the students were were pretty life giving to me. Yeah but the behind the scenes was pretty difficult for me. And so i truly enjoy the students. Even though i i often i daily was concerned for them as individuals. And that wasn't my job and there wasn't time for that but It was kind of a quite a bit of emotional and and output to care for that many people at at any depth. But i did love the students and and i'm grateful for him it's cool. It's really cool all right well. My last sheet the swim by fast. My last one is a website and this is the world health organization section their mental wellbeing resources for the public so the world health organization. Of course it's been getting a lot of different attention these days. They basically didn't have much attention raw. Then when the corona virus head to everybody was hugging. And everybody's got an opinion but you know they do a lot of good non just on a pandemic but they also have this really great section of their website our mental wellbeing and like it says resources for the public. I wanted to kind of wrap this up for for more information for people after the here this and again. It'll all be on our website but they have so many good links. They have an meant managing stress and illustrated guide. They can help you. They have a looking after our mental health. So they have resources for that. They have book for children on depression. Of course they have covert stuff even in mental health because the pandemic is affecting our mental health quite a bit so it does tie into that as well but it's a whole bunch of other stuff. That has nothing to do with covert. It talks about depression. What you should know living with someone with depression. So that's another good resource if you don't suffer from it but you know someone like i said. I think everybody knows someone that suffers from mental health or depression in some form and this. There's a section. You're worried that your child is depressed. Worried about the future preventing depression during your teens and twenties wondering why your new baby might not be making you happy so very specific information staying positive preventing depression as you get older because again it could happen at any stage of your life and then it has resources directly. Do you know someone who may be considering suicide. They got a whole section for that. Do you feel like this is from your own self. Do you feel like life is not worth living and It's got videos. It's got resources scott so many different things definitely worth checking out. World health organization section mental wellbeing resources for the public. That's great to have. I mean a subaru reliable source of extremely vetted source. That's you know accessible to anyone anytime. Yeah i've i really love you know. There's tons of good resources. We'll have a lot of them. The ones you've talked about the ones. I've talked about on our show notes but This is just one that was like a big giant sort of because there were so many other things that i wanted to talk about. Sure any of these links. Any of these videos they have a ton of really good videos under oppression Preventing suicide information for health workers. Emergency responders who were dealing with this. Oh just so. Many so many different resources. That i thought. Oh this'll be just a another good way to kind of wrap this whole episode up and another list of resources for everybody. Yeah yeah it sounds like there's some Highly specific yeah resources on their that people will really resonate will really resonate with them. Gosh that's me. I just you know just had the baby or just retired. Why don't why am i feeling this is supposed to be my golden use or whatever you know scenarios or stages. Yeah yeah it has a. It's a it's a good mix of general information and specific which both very important screw. Yeah well grant thank you so much for being on the show is just this is really it was a it was an honor to have you on and to talk about this and thank you so much for sharing your story and yeah you aren't alone and i know that you're going to help a lot of people telling them that they're not alone. I really appreciate it. If people wanna learn more about you or your stories or anything we can do. Follow you on social or stuff like that. Yeah absolutely on on facebook at grant hyun just my first last name together on instagram. Not super active there but again just grant hyun my first and last name together. It's mainly just photos. But i did a little thing on a little series on parenting on instagram. Cu l back. Yeah intentional parenting. Yeah that's kind of your new not new but one of your focuses now at least more recent to me sure ensure parenting and there's a big overlap a big connection with trauma and in parenting. Yeah yeah sure for parents and for children On twitter just get news on twitter again at grant hyun I made a website last year. Called grant on life dot com. Oh.

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"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"It's so delicious. So i use coconut milk. Just what i have at my house. The most of unsweetened for sure though cassette could get really sugary. And i'd love the taste. And i also like it a little bit low more liquid so i'll add some coconut milk on the top of it and mix chia seeds and i swear i feel like it's so healthy but i feel like i'm eating dessert because i love her so much. I've had for dessert. Yeah it says great. You know you're very right. And that's yeah and i'm not putting any kind of artificial sweeteners of any sort in my batches. I'm potent white mulberries Maybe some other berry. But i am some a little bit of nila but i'm never adding sugar to mine and i never miss it ever now. I don't either religious to me when i like it with cranberry too. Good a little tart. Thank you for my gosh. It's just that's great. And i'm gonna make a batch soon as i get home because i'm actually out but i mean i do make it regularly Yeah that's good cool all right well my next. Thank u cool. She'd is a one that you just did. The seems really weird like it was so soon but it was episode one fifty eight but it totally blew me away. Advi reaction was so it was one hundred percent genuine because we don't share a cool sheets and there was a science molecular forces. And i just remember you talk about it and i like truly i thought i was tripping out like i thought i'm like my stoned right now. Like you know because when you are stone and everything like whoa man. Like that's how i felt but it wasn't i wasn't i don't think so the way. Talk to me about it. Because you know i love science and it definitely hit me right in the heart there and this is kind of a cool. She is you. You are so good at explaining things so you had this analogy of making bread and how when the bread the fuses together when you bake it because it goes together but you can easily pull it apart. And that's inter molecular forces that are keeping it together but easily pull it apart. But it's chemical bonds that keep the atoms together of like when you slice bread and that's why it's harder to slice. Bread is not possible but harder to slice bread in half versus. Just tear it apart where it was naturally shade So you created this concept a scientific concept and it was so easy for my little p. brain to digest and visualize and figure out what it was and then you talked about water molecules. Aisin how this is how fish can live under the water when there's ice above and basically life would probably wouldn't exist if that didn't happen so talk about an unsung hero inter molecular forces are freaking red and probably the reason why we're living on earth so it's amazing you're amazing for explain it to me and thank you for inter molecular forces. That's so awesome. And i also love. You just thanked me for inter molecular for like you're welcome success. That's so great and thank you so much for telling me that. I am good at explaining science. Because that's what they do loves dearly and the you remembered that you remembered about the fish you remembered about ice floating and all that i mean that is a testament and so that's just a joy and a gift and a thing. Never forget the bread part. Like i've said anytime of even ate bread at a tattoo sandwich or a rap or whatever anything i'm like forces tell people and they probably look at me like i'm some. Maybe i hear so much. Eat a sandwich at. I've talked about it or molecular forces in just like wow brides. He's officially lost. No it's just it's really cool. Science everywhere explain it so well yes very cool. I don't know if i mentioned it when i talked about because there were so much to do but that it is what keeps. Dna stacked in the way that it does and makes the double helix able you mentioned that but Yeah pretty pretty darn important stuff. Oh my gosh. It's it is everywhere. Yeah cool. I love it all right. Well my last. Thank you cool. Sheet comes from episode one hundred twelve and this is low. Fi hit pop. Oh my gosh. I mean i saved this one for last because i think i have absorbed this one into my life the most out of all of them as soon as you talked about it i was like well. I like the idea of lo fi. Like i love anything like vintage lo fi kind of stuff and i was like okay. Hip hop. I don't know a lot of have happen. And so then checked it out on you showed it to me right afterwards and you showed me the video of that kid dancing. Which is the most epic video ever. And i still see that video to this day like i think i just saw last week so it is like it appears out of nowhere but anyway regardless of that video this music it hits me in so many different ways because i started using it for running at that point is running. I'm not running anymore. But i was using it for exercising. I was using it to just chill out in. Listen to. I was using it for studying or working. I it's almost like it somehow. Hits my brain in every si- like from every angle or something. I don't know i just love it. And so then. I also You talked about chilled cow. The youtube channel. That has his lo fi hip hop kinda stuff. Going i love that channel. I go to that one very often and anyway it's really great. So thank you for bringing into my life. Lo fi hip hop shook shook cool. I'm so glad that they're stuck with you. I just got into a another bout where i was really just like jam into it all the time like just really in fact a friend. A mutual friend of ours started a facebook group but it was kind of like a. What do you call a mix tape exchange. And so he was. I think that was the first thing i talked about. Because it's a it's a genre that a lot of people know about but maybe not definitely not everybody. It's not super has it does have it like the people know about it. Like really dig at like us. And so i knew it'd be a hit for the people that already knew about it and people that haven't heard of it would also get interested and he actually showed me a bunch of different channels that i've never seen before. Oh cool they have once like that. That are these twenty. Four hour moves. That are animated loops and and i forgot now which when he talked about it was like a turtle or something i was like. Oh i always think. The girl at the googly eyes and yeah oh and he listed all the different channels. All my guy choking all out and i was like. Oh that's cool. So it's yeah it's instinct kinship that you get to someone in that way and it was really cool. Yeah and yeah the kid the kid the dance all knew his name or story because it saves so wild. It's like this young kid. This adult dance club but he's jammed with shades and his jeans jackets. So rule does the greatest. I still send that gift around people all the time when i want to be cool. It is excellent. You can't go wrong with that gift really for anything like let it go. Just send it. If it's something is not cool but you want to distract send a guest. So many uses the greatest focal right. Well fantastic my last. Thank you cool. Sheet is from episode one forty two so relatively recent too and this was the destination that you told us about its meow wolf in santa fe new mexico and this is strange for me because at first i was like well. You told me about it. I fell in love. Because it's everything that i would like but i had been there so usually i would think. Oh i want to test it out either. Listen.

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10 Bestest

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"But I it's one of my favorite mediums right now and projection art and things like that cuz you can do so many very interesting things and I've been into it for a few years now. So I love hearing about different ones and more and more of it happening. Here's a new one. So cool. I can't wait to go. Check it out around my neck school. She is a comedian found. This comedians name is Nigel thing. He is a Malaysian stand up comedian based in the UK, but he is really known for his kind of character dead. Called Uncle Rodger and he really has leaned in and played up this Uncle Rodger character so much that it's now like I said what he's known for I didn't know his actual name until I started digging into who he was cuz I only know him as Uncle Rodger and I think I first saw him on Tik Tok and he was watching he he he has this very thick he speaks in English very broken English. And now that I've seen a stand-up comedy, he's really accentuating that that broken English accent, you know, playing it up off the stereotype kind of thing. You know, it's like hello, you know, this is Uncle Rodger any he watches other people cook fried rice, that's his thing. For some reason. He's obsessed that he you know, he plays in The Stereotype of em, all Asians love rice, but he so he he Embraces a hundred percent. He's like, I love rice. It's all I need is rice. Maybe you know, my girlfriend left me, but I still got my rice in my rice cooker. So I'm good. That's all dead. But he watches this gal who's also from London cooking some rice. So she's BBC Chef. It's a BBC video and he's so he's replaying it you watch her and he commentates and he keeps stopping me cuz he's just losing his mind and she certainly is not making traditional fried rice. And at one point she gets the colander out. She's like basically boils the rice and then God has so much liquid that she has to strain it in a colander and he his mind explodes. He's like you're rinsing rice of the calling her like he freaks out this video got 15 million views got so popular and they ended up actually meeting. So then he has a follow-up where he goes to her house and then they cook and he's also he's talked about Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay. He's really built a stick, but definitely check out Uncle Rodger or Nigel Inc. Okay, my mind is blown out. It's sort of like is there any like it's one of those things you would never imagine anyone doing? Yes, so like ridiculous and super Niche and suck. But that's also why so beautiful and funny and hilarious like he's taken this little tiny thing he and he's just run with it and he's always wearing he always wears same thing as as orange Polo and he goes on Tinder he you know, and he's actually Uncle Roger's never any calls everybody. Hello nieces and nephews. This is Uncle Rodger wage is like I'm going to see if I'm going to you know, find me a new antique. That's that's really great. But every video that I've watched is just delightful and a stand-up comedy very different. It's like a pretty dirty. Oh so to see like light. Yeah. This is a little bit lighter, although he has a lot he works a lot of innuendos embrasure and and sometimes we're here is like home. Whoa. Yep. He just said that okay, because his Persona of Uncle Roger's seems very wholesome and and and all sudden. He just kind of and then you see a stand-up here like oh, yeah. Okay, that's where he's coming from now. That's it's great though. He's super funny. I just love new comedians that I've never heard of and he's kind of blowing up which is really cool. I'm really glad to see that this oh, I watch I watch for sure and they're short videos. These little bits are pretty short. I think the first one is like eight minutes long. Yeah. Yeah. Nice. All right, my next choice. She I'm going to head into a little bit of science here. And I'm going to be talking about distinguishing planets from stars and I have a link to this that's from the Adler Planetarium. Show me I want to say a little bit about why I wanted to talk about this right now. So we're in I don't know mid late 2020 when we're recording this and right now there's this magnificent thing happening in the Skywalk. Saturn and Jupiter and it's been happening since I don't know mid summer or so when both of them are really clear in the sky and they're close together. So if you were looking towards the South if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you can see these two bright will look like stars with their planet Saturn and Jupiter and what they're doing right now is they are slowly moving closer and closer together and on December 21st, they're going to be super close almost overlapping not quite and so there's plenty of time to check this out. And so I wanted to talk about when you are looking in the sky and you're wondering is something a place or is it a star and more often than not the planets are going to be brighter in the sky. And in fact Jupiter is the brightest thing in the sky besides the moon obviously home, but Saturday is close behind and you can't see the rings of Saturn with your naked eye, but it actually doesn't take that much to be able to see them. So that's something you can use if you have a job. Scope of a certain amount but one thing to mention about if you are just looking up at the sky with your naked eye that the stars are going to be twinkling and the planets they are not and that all has to do with how far away they are from us. And so the stars that are super far away the physics of it is when that light is coming through our atmosphere that causes just pulsating so to speak and so you can distinguish them that way and also the planets do have some different colors so we can we are able to see Mercury is really really hard but you can see it Venus Mars Mars little bit red and our Jupiter is a little bit gray. So they do a little bit of colors to them too. So just another beautiful thing to see in the sky when you look up at night distinguishing planets from the Stars. Oh, that's so cool. And hey, so the nursery rhyme Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, that's right. All right, it's good to know that they really knew what they were talking about there. It's true, but then its month. Because that's how I always remember that you know, right stars twinkle because because of that exactly oh and there are certain phases of the moon when the moon is right next to Saturn and Jupiter. And so that's another thing to look for as well. So there are some good websites time and date is a good one to see like what can you see in the sky certain times of the year time and date EarthSky and astronomy.com are all three good ones to check out. That's cool. I've maybe it's just us hanging out more and you you talking about the fascination of our cars. I've definitely looked up and I always noticed ours there. It's always beautiful when I'm outside, especially camping and things like that. I notice it more but there was a period of my life in childhood. I loved astrology and things like that, you know finding the different constellations and things like that, but I kind of had this Gap where I just I don't know I just didn't look up as much and I didn't really pay attention. So but it's so fascinating up there. Yep. You know all this whole universe, I really really cool. So yeah, and especially when things cuz things are changing up there. It doesn't always same right? Yeah. Yeah sonay Ting and yeah, there's so much going on and it's this mix of Wonder and Science and astrology. It's so mm. It's missing and I love all those things and it does kind of bring me back to my childhood if when I know for sure I am under and yeah, and I don't know if you saw the comment that came through recently it was that was hard to.

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"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

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"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Hi everyone. I'm Karen McFarlane Holman and I'm Brian Hart and welcome to ten bestest on this episode. I get to Chicago first. So here I go and my very first cool sheet is an app. I love this app. It is called tayasui sketches, but we are going to call this whole episode ten bestest.com forward slash sketch. So even if you go to the App Store and you just type in the word sketch this app will come up. I love it. It just so much fun and I will say not even from an artist's standpoint is this app just really wonderful. I have tried a lot of various apps where you do sketching or drawing. Or things like this and this one is definitely risen to the top for me. I actually use it to calm down. I found it to be very therapeutic and I think that part of it is off a feature that they have added that depending on what type of pain you choose they have sound effects that go with it. So if you're choosing the charcoal pencil, it will make this like wage like scraping sound of the charcoal against the paper if you have a brush stroke then as more of a sweeping sound, it's just lovely and I think partially adds to Thursday tactile experience that you would normally get with a pen and paper. They have lots of different pens to choose from and brushes fountain pens and another feature. They have our lawyers. So those of you might be familiar with Photoshop and different apps like that. There's something called layers and if you're not I will tell you the analogous thing that would be in real life would be a home. Thin sheets of paper and you could kind of see through them and so you can create different drawings on different layers and that's always fun to do you can use a stylus but I always just use my finger down works just as well. And like I said, you can use it if your artistic or not just for fun or whatever you want. Tayasui sketches. That sounds really cool. And when I was looking at it as you were talking on the App Store, is there like a paid version and a free version. Is that true you have which one do you have? Yeah, so I used the free version for a while and I enjoyed it so much. I did end up getting the paid version with right now is about $6 and that's just a flat you just pay that once yeah, and I've liked the paid version cuz it allows me to share between my different devices which I really like. But again, I enjoyed it even before I had the pro version. So yeah, and it's cool that they give you a free version to check out and see if you like it. Yes. Yes. Exactly. It's very cool. Well, that's neat. I need something. To spark my desire to draw again because I started it in quarantine and quickly lost it soon as I went back to work. So yeah, I need something. Yeah, maybe that it is so great for any of the schedulers out there. Yeah. I love it. I love the sound effect, too. I think that's what when you told me that I was like, oh, that's really cool. Yeah, is it pressure-sensitive do a lot of them are pressure sensitive unless it's gonna sore things like that. So yeah, very cool. All right. Well, thank you for sharing that. Oh my pleasure. My first call sheet is a website and this web site is called inside the edit. It's just inside the edit.com. And this is the founder of this website is Patty Bird who has twenty years of editing experience on documentaries retainment shows reality TV for British and American television is edited dozens of films for broadcasters such as BBC channel for Sky Discovery National Geographic dog. NBC PBS and the Smithsonian channel, so he has a very qualified editor and what I like best about this website, it is all about the craft of Edinburgh. There are so many tutorials and information on how to use software and that's fine. You do need to know how to use vinyl cutter Premier or Avid or whatever you're using but that's once you get that and that takes I mean really the basics take a few hours to learn but I've never found anybody that really teaches you the craft of editing what goes into the thought process of making the cuts where you make them what you're trimming off what you're leaving and this website does it to the T it is so good. I think they claim that they're in fact kind of the first website that that does this and and that's their whole philosophy. They won't teach you any tools. They won't say they hear, you know hit command F on Final Cut or blah blah blah and a dog They don't even go into that. It's all about one hundred percent artistic Theory only and it really is geared to taking your editing skills from a novice to a professional that's off. So they have different courses you can take they have a podcast to a bonus cool sheets called once upon a time line. I love that title and they have different courses. So they you start intermediate or beginner intermediate and advanced hours and hours of and super in-depth. It's I I got the lifetime version which can be expensive, but it's so worth it inside the edit. Oh, that's awesome. Definitely passing that along to my son is a film editor and it makes me wonder. Is there anything me not being an editor at all? Really? Is there anything else I could get by watching any part of it where maybe I just learned more about the art of filmmaking or editing possibly you could definitely check out the podcast and then because I would just say, you know editing is storytelling. Yeah, so that's Universal to a lot of people but I would say that that website specifically in the courses are really geared for not even an a novice if you just want to think about dabbling in the editing this might not be your your perfect resource because this is for but this is what editors will love because it's really about elevating you to a professional level too. I mean their whole mission is Theory craft and getting you from good to great and that's the big gap. Most editors are self-taught. It's a lot of trial-and-error. Maybe you get a mentor. It's very hard and he this is actually I know I talked to you about this. I took a three-day course so they partnered with I think Cambridge of London somewhere in London. He's based in London right now three day or five day kind of taste or class where talked about the the actual University program..

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"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

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CNN 10 (video)

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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10 Items or Less

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on 10 Items or Less

"Instance. Bear with me so I'm a little naive, so like we. Have the real housewives of Atlanta Real House. Do you have the real housewives of Quebec like? Question, yes. When you look at Canada. Sailing. In Canada you don't even like the visualize. Wear on the map can. No No I. Know You're above you're above you're above. Michigan and you're above Michigan Illinois and Minnesota. Even say Minnesota in the right way I know there's a west and I know there's an east and I know you guys have providence's so come on, give me a little. Credit. For Kid. Kind of in the middle of the. Closer to the West. Yes, but anyways we do I watch all of the. Real housewives shows by the way like obsessed with that. Do you have like real housewives of Atlanta? Had a real house of VIC. At one point, it only lasted a couple of seasons so and it was average at best. Canadian Canada's not known for entertainment. Let's be real like if you're in the entertainment industry, you will to the states, or I guess Vancouver is starting to blossom, and so is Toronto, but definitely not where I live, so I the only place I've ever been as Quebec, so we'll, we'll get a hold on. We'll get to that in a minute. We'll get to that in a minute and it was very. It was French. Is that correct everything was French? Lawyer. Jesus okay well. That's the only time I've ever been, so let's get back. Let's get back to TV. Real quick so. Again I'm going to sound stupid, but do you have like American idol there, or is it Canadian idol? They had Canadian one point. I don't think still on. That gravity no I know, but I'm saying so, but you don't get American idol right. Get illegally like we get all the shows like all of your shows we watch. How like what do you mean? I. Don't know on the TV like we get. It I'm like I. Don't get Canadian shows. Off. Like you have wheel of fortune like you know what that is okay. Is it patent Vano or is it Canadian people? We dream. The seem shows that you guys Alec Pretty much all US entertainment. We have access to and we are. We feel like we're involved in like I know all about the Kardashians I know all about. All of your? News maybe not the whole bit knickers like but the hero, the big headlines like all of trump stuff in the international okay. So do. So sports so Ho- hockey's. Canada owns one thing right? It's hockey in my, and that's what we think, anyway my far, but do you get like NFL football and base? I know the Blue Jays I know you have international teams, but you get all that. Guy Friends that are really big football in like football pools. Her okay, so, you get to watch those and stuff. Sam Learning. I'm learning so so so we're going to get. We're going to skip the food, so America is known for hot dogs and Apple. Pie Right. Even though that's whatever one hundred years old. What is Canada for? NELL! NAPLE syrup kicked back in my Putin. Do you guys have I? Know exactly what that is and I. Think I thought you were going to say that I'm I'm a food guy so I? Thought you say that. So, what is the version of that there? Though because I feel like it would be different. French fries! Braga. Okay, Perfect data normal everyday thing there. If you WANNA. Get Fat but gas. You can get anywhere. If you want to eat, you can have special to teen restaurants country you guys do. We. Like I, said I've lived all over. I've lived up in the North Midwest north and we had it up there. I. Don't think you'd find it down here in Texas. Maybe you can, but I know exactly what it is and especially cheese cheese Kurds right for for sure. What is the what is like the? Typical Canadian family meal like here's. Let's just say Spaghetti. Like what is it there? I would say? It's the same spaghetti. Yeah, like what does my family are? You try to eat healthy chicken and then. We are very Wigley. This city I live in is one point five million people. yeah, that's just the city and like. I did do a little bit Google. In Texas Texas documentation is about the same as Canada. Canada's be ten million more. There's eight million people in Houston alone, yeah! So and Canada I think is thirty million, maybe total. Okay, so but like this. Is Very much like any like I've been to a few I've been to Houston actually had it. It's very similar like you just big highways big buildings I. Don't know why. You live. You asked me if we wrote all like I literally. I literally remember. That people said that Roh kill like a delicacy of there because you guys have a different wildlife than we have. No there's no that's insane. I don't know. We we have different wildlife like deer, even in my neighborhood I see deers all the time. Okay, Just I don't know why because I'm kind of by a river so I'm assuming that slide, but there's deer and there's you know if you're at L-, live very close to the mountains like it's about an hour and a half drive to the mountains, so there's bears out there and there's A. Big One sheep and all that stuff. Yes, we're not seeing what his sheep we have. We have snakes. We have snakes. We have snakes I hate snakes. That's. For you. There's no chance of seeing. Sheep Removes Your I. Believe I'm not sure. But I when I think of Canada I think of one thing honestly is hockey. Rules everything, right. It does yeah, I would say for sure. especially with like you know, say certain groups of people, but I guess overall it really does. Calgary Person Vancouver. What you're you're. Living Calgary so I guess like Calgary flames. Do I. Care About Sports personally now, so you live in Canada and you don't care about hockey I. Bet you. That's not common, is it? I don't know yeah. Like the last person talking about sports I'm like I'll go to a hockey game, and you know what I'm doing. I'm sitting with my Friends Gossiping for sure for sure. My Mom's.

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"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"Both CNN ten ten explanation of world and sometimes other worldly events we strive to keep our news coverage objective. But my feelings about Friday's are not awesome. And we've got some really interesting stories lined up for you this Friday including something later that we've been meaning to do for awhile. It all starts now with a picture. They say pictures are worth a thousand words. These are said to have one point eight billion pixels and while it looks like a high resolution image of a desert landscape maybe Utah. It's actually the desert landscape of Moore's taken from Mars. Nasa has several active missions their this panorama was captured by a rover named curiosity. It's the key part of a two and a half a billion dollar project to investigate the planet's environment. What looks like one picture. According to NASA is actually made up of twelve hundred individual images that were taken over several days. Scientists can zoom in the distant details for instance the rim of the crater. That curiosity is in Pan left and you can see another crater estimated to be three miles wide an area that's rich and clay unique features of the land a cliff all visible here and from the details. We can see of the curiosity rover itself. A Sundial. Is there to indicate what time of the salt it is? Scientists call days on Mars. Sol's each one's about thirty nine and a half minutes longer than each Earth Day. You can also see the tracks over made through the Martian. Dirt is at ambled along the planet surface. The photos were taken around the time of last thanksgiving. While NECESSA- employees were off enjoying Turkey. The organization made curiosity work. That is to say it gave the rover the command to take lots of pictures. That can be stitched together to complete the Panorama back on earth. Another campaign has been suspended among the Democrats seeking their party's nomination for president yesterday. Us Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts dropped out of the race though. She was once considered a front runner for the Democratic nomination. Warren didn't win any of the states. That have held primaries or caucuses so far. Her decision leaves three Democrats still seeking the nomination former Vice President. Joe Biden. Us Representative Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii and US. Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont. That group of three has been reduced from a total of twenty eight Democrats. Who were running at some point on the Republican side? There were a total of four candidates including incumbent President Donald Trump but only two remain and the president has dominated all of the Republican contests that have been held. The next big date on the primary calendar is next Tuesday march tenth six states will be holding Democratic primaries. Five of them will hold Republican primaries. Whoever wins the most delegates in all of these ongoing contests is likely to become his or her party's nominee for president ten second trivia? How many states have names with only one syllable one to four or seven? It's the Pine Tree State of Maine is the only state with one syllable. And it's in that state that Linda doughty found her life's calling she helps rehabilitate one of the most common marine mammals along the US. East Coast the harbor seal. Here's why doughty's the CNN hero though. She worked with a number of conservation groups in the past. Many of them kept having to close down because they lost funding so doughty started her own. And today we're spending a few minutes with marine mammals of Maine crawling up on the coast of Maine. I was exposed to ray mammals and wildlife in general since our local areas really surrounded by water. You do a lot of things on the ocean. It see seals doing their thing and I just remember being so amazed what I love about seals as they really look similar to dogs and they also really charismatic. It's really neat to see them in their natural environment and they're very curious in general. These animals are special to me so I ended up becoming a marine biologist. I would say the biggest threat to these. Animals is human impacts. We may have an animal. That may have been entangled or hit by boat or injured from her prop wounds with the increase in human activity on beaches. These animals don't get time to rest and regain their energy. Taking selfish with seals can actually cause a lot of stress and harm for that animal when harbor seal pups are born. They stay with their mom for about four weeks. Mom usually goes off to forage for Food and then come back again. If there's any human involvement there's people that are around that pop or pick up and move that up. The MOM may not come back. Once that have been occurs. That seal pup is not going to survive over the years. Nonprofits and state agencies for Marine Mammal Response Rescue either closed down or lost funding. And that's where I decided we're going to help to sixty four. Our Organization runs a twenty four hour reporting hotline for Marine Mammal strandings. One eighty four is currently the one. That's upside we cover approximately twenty five hundred miles along the coast of Maine most of the animals that we respond to about ninety percent seals. We only intervene if needed. When the animal comes into our center we usually take blood start an IV and get a whole kind of diagnostics of what the animals dealing with and then come up with a medical plan. So he's on therapy for today to try to break up some of this pneumonia that he has. We can provide long-term care for four animals at a time. Been Now twenty years that I've been doing this. It seems like I just started yesterday and the feeling has not changed for me. I love it now more than ever. I can't imagine they're not being a place in the state of Maine for these animals. Have a chance to be cared for and I will do that as long as I can..

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"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"Election results from Fair Haven Vermont. Lincoln the goat has been defeated. There's a new mayor in town and he's a therapy dog named Murphy. Welcome CNN ten. In surprise surprise. That's not the only political story we have today. Results are coming in from Super Tuesday when more delegates are awarded than any other day the US presidential nomination process and former vice president Joe Biden and US Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont. Are Now the two clear front runner for the Democratic Party? Analysts say they have a long battle for delegates in the months ahead. Republicans will not incumbent president. Donald Trump won all of the states that held primaries on Tuesday. So it's a foregone conclusion. The Hill defeat his Republican Challenger former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld but we're focusing on the Democrats today because their race is less certain when we produced this show former Vice President Biden had one in ten of the fourteen states holding Democratic primaries on Super Tuesday Senator Sanders one in at least three states and in the one caucus held on Tuesday in the territory of American Samoa. The victory went to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg despite that though he dropped out of race on Wednesday leaving four Democrats still in it Bloomberg said the delegate. Math just didn't add up for him to get his party's nomination. The math we had last night was incomplete. Biden was leading with four hundred thirty five delegates to sanders. Three hundred eighty one but California is the biggest prize from Super Tuesday with the most delegates and Sanders was leading there though. Final results may not be known for weeks. So it's possible. He could catch or even pass. Biden in the Super Tuesday delegate. Count the process of counting. Delegates is a complicated one. In the Democratic presidential primaries voters go to the polls to pick their party's nominee for presents their votes matter. But not in the way you might think what they're really deciding is how many delegates each candidate is awarded from their state and the nominee doesn't become official until those delegates meet at the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee Wisconsin in July delegates represent the choice of voters from around the country. Think of a delegate like a spokesperson for a group of voters whether the group is an individual district or an entire state. So how does this all work convention? Delegates are awarded to candidates proportionally if a candidate is able to win at least fifteen percent of the votes. Let's say candidate gets fifty. Six percent of the vote in a state candidate B. Gets twenty four percent and candidates and get ten percent each candidate C and D don't receive any statewide delegates because they did not get at least fifteen percent of the vote. The total vote is now recalculated with the candidates who met that fifteen percent requirement a and b the number of votes candidate. Abc is seventy percent of the total votes that viable that means candidate get seventy percent of the state delegates and candidate B. gets the other thirty percent. Here's where it gets a bit complicated only about a third of all pledged. Delegates are awarded by statewide results. A majority are worded based on the results. In congressional or local districts that means each state has a mix of statewide and district delegates so while the two remaining candidates. Dnc Won't get any statewide delegates. They could be awarded other delegates if they get at least fifteen percent of the votes in a local district. Once the statewide and district delegates are awarded across the country. It's convention time. A candidate must have a majority of delegates to win the official nomination. That magic number. This is one thousand nine hundred and ninety one. You also may be wondering what happens to the delegates allocated to candidates who dropped out before the convention. Well it's up to the campaigns that are remaining to lobby those delegates and win them over to their candidate. There's one more twist to the delegate story. In addition to all the pledged delegates from states and local districts there are also about seven hundred and seventy super delegates delegates made up of elected officials activists and party officials. They pledge their vote to whichever candidate they wanted the convention but under New Democratic Party rules super delegates won't be able to vote on the first ballot for the nominee unless it's mathematically impossible for their votes to change the outcome if no candidate wins a majority of delegates meaning no candidate gets to one thousand nine hundred ninety one delegates on the first ballot. That's when a convention becomes contested or broker in that scenario meaning a second-ballot convention super delegates are now free to vote and all the previously pledged. Delegates are also free to choose. Among the remaining candidates voting at the convention continues until one candidate wins a majority of all voting delegates and then the Democratic Party has its nominee. There's a state of emergency in the state of Tennessee. The National Weather Service says it doesn't know how many tornadoes touched down there earlier this week but they left hundreds of buildings in shambles and killed at least twenty four people the middle part of the state including some areas east of Nashville. The capital were hit by Tornado. Winds as high as one hundred sixty five miles per hour. Tens of thousands of homes and businesses had no electricity yesterday schools around Nashville were closed deter tornadoes. That struck on Tuesday morning. We're America's deadliest since one hit central Oklahoma in two thousand thirteen second. Trivia which of these landmarks was completed the most recently Eiffel Tower Statue of Liberty Washington Monument for London Underground Tower opened in Eighteen. Eighty nine making it the youngest landmark on this list. Gustav FELL A Bridge Builder. Who designed the tower also had a hand in the creation of another Parisian landmark? What's known as the world's first department store and while Lebeau Marseille isn't the biggest store in Europe that title goes to heritage of London. The French building has a unique history into loor all its own thankfully Paris anonymous with shopping as it is elegance and the city's Voss monuments to shopping it's department stores a destination unto themselves. No less alluring than the Eiffel Tower. On Not your damn the oldest and perhaps most famous of all of these is Lebron. Masha or in English. The good deal L. from home. I guess it'd be coming home. I guess more activities this. How much data do solution quit? Do not ask you hear Jamaica's on Komo insult petillo teachers three along the seven steed and his wife. Marguerite slowly acquired several of the buildings around there shop to form one huge store framed by these streets located in Paris in the next month and it's renamed to all the arts and literature. 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CNN 10 (video)

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"In this is CNN. Tenure objective explanation of World News in ten minutes. And I'm Carlos welcoming our viewers from around the world our first subject. This January fourteenth is flu season. The United States is in it right. Now it's typically at its worst between December and February but this one started early health officials say it began in late September and that it's been a bad season already the centers for Disease Control a government health agency estimated. There had been at least nine point seven million cases of flu in America by early January that eighty seven thousand people had been hospitalized because of it and that forty eight hundred people had died from the flu or the complications it can cause the particular strains of the virus that are spreading this year are more likely to hit. Children and young adults bolt and this year's vaccine is not an exact match according to a recent report meaning it may not be as effective as flu vaccines and other years. The says overall the vaccine's about forty to sixty percent of effective at preventing the flu but it also says it's the best way to protect yourself from the virus. There are some silver linings to this flu season. Even though flu activity was considered high in thirty three states at the beginning of the year it had dropped a bit. Doctors don't know yet. What if that means the worst of the flu is behind us? It could still go up again. But they're watching closely to see if it tapers off. Another hopeful sign is that across all age-groups the number of deaths and hospitalizations from the flu is relatively low this time around that maybe because most of those who die from the flu are elderly really and this year strains are affecting younger people more than them. It's always scary when you hear of someone dying from something as common is the flu. There are four main ways the flu can turn deadly. The first and most common causes pneumonia. Influenza virus can directly cause viral pneumonia once. Someone has the flu. It can weaken their immune system so much that another virus or bacteria can enter the lungs infected lungs fill with fluid making it difficult to breathe so oxygen can't can't get to the rest of the body which can lead to death. SEPSIS is the second way the flu can become lethal especially in healthy younger adults and children substance occurs. When in a person's immune system goes into overdrive trying to fight the flu this causes inflammation which can lead to a cascade of symptoms that ultimately ends an organ failure a third way the flu can kill is by increasing your risk of heart attack experts say in adults risk of heart attack increases sixfold in the seven days following a flu diagnosis? The the fourth way the flu can kill is by dehydration particularly among infants and young children. The flu often causes vomiting diarrhea which can quickly become life threatening if fluids. It's Aren't replaced in the body. So if you get the flu when should you be worried. Some people have a higher risk for serious complications from the flu including the elderly children children under the age of five pregnant women and those with chronic health problems. If this is you make sure you see a doctor if you're healthy. Older child or adult watch out for sudden sudden dizziness severe persistent vomiting difficulty breathing pain or pressure in the chester abdomen and flu. Like symptoms that improve them return with a fever or worse.

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CNN 10 (video)

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"Of coral was who's presenting our last show of the year after today we're scheduled to be back on january sixth twenty twenty as we produced this show the united kingdom was awaiting the results of national election the biggest issue on the table is one you've heard about the brexit the british exit from the european union britain's voted had to leave the twenty eight member union in the summer of twenty sixteen but it's such a complicated process with such deep political divisions over it that it hasn't been completed yet in october british prime minister boris johnson called for the election that took place yesterday he's hoping his party the conservative party will win enough seats to push through his brexit that agreement with the european union the main opposition party the labor party wants to hold another vote on brexit there are other issues here too according to the reuters news agency prime minister johnson wants the british government to spend more on education law enforcement and healthcare labor leader jeremy corbyn wants more spending on government services and higher taxes axes on britain's with higher incomes going into the election the polls indicated that the conservatives had the lead CNN dot com we'll have the latest on how britons vote win the european space agency is taking steps toward cleaning up a junk yard the one that surrounds and orbits earth since the soviet union launched the first artificial satellite light in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven people have sent a lot of stuff in orbit and beyond and they've left behind a lot of junk in the process in fact european scientists say if we quit launching stuff into space altogether and we won't the amount of space junk will still increase because of existing pieces smashing knew each other clear space one is the name of mission that will use a four armed robot in an effort to clean up space it'll be on the hunt for part of a european rocket that was left in space twenty thirteen if everything works as planned the robot will target the rocket part latch onto it and then reenter earth's atmosphere where everything will burn up if the mission is a success more like it will be planned for bigger objects this won't happen soon though the official launch date is set for twenty twenty-five but with so much garbage floating around up there the clear space founder says there are more than three thousand failed satellites in orbit supporters say the time is right for projects like this and the others in development limit worldwide the more we rocket into the heavens three to one liberal the moon junk and debris behind making it more dangerous for us spacious in our satellites to move around the good news we can clean it up in the heart attack you just a few miles away from this park on a quiet street one company is trying to make space a little safer by making it a little cleaner imagine space or second it looks something like this right not quite according to space who is this like this guy hi tim this is more like it a world surrounded by brochure satellites old rockets spaceship brackets and just junk you wouldn't believe there are thousands and thousands and thousands of pieces of space decorate up back ah over one hundred and seventy million pieces according to some estimates some big other small most of really small small one eight like paint flecks but don't let size fully in space the smallest thing can have catastrophic in those flex move on average of forty thousand kilometers an hour and when they hit the force of a hand grenade imagine that time two hundred seventy million yamazaki japan second female astronaut cassini impact of this stuff firsthand the space rates size is one since meter less than a dime lille goes through the structure so it is a risk that means dime sized debris destroys patient but junk isn't just a problem for astronauts impacts everyone on earth to intelligence-gathering this gathering electric grids just look at the on your phone that's why mickey wants to make space came all kidding kidding the i thought what do i say this all update us on this step one map the mess agencies like nasa track the big trash rush but right now no one's really looking for the small pieces to cook are comfortable that the bit dhaka need not every look update while satellite one maps this most often satellite to nicknamed LCD will sweep up the big stuff collided in the law all this hukou really just magnets mickey's team will launch the satellite as close to the selected piece of junk as possible special cameras and census will get even closer and magnus magnets we'll do the rest then it'll be all programs to come back to earth where burn up on reentry if all goes according to plan astra scale will send the first demo sweeper up in two thousand and nine thousand nine and from their companies can hire their own elsa to sweep up whatever might be in their way big international agencies like the european space agency z. have also started developing ideas to clean up space but astra scale is the world's first private company giving it a try because it believes we will become ever more dependent on space so they you know people probably go to mars or more the place space tourism but you know you're gonna go oh twos father beyond the ours we have to clear dad crowd area to minimize some good luck.

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"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

CNN 10 (video)

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"10%" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)

"There are more than ninety thousand of them and most are more within fifty years old. They help provide irrigation and hydropower and protect communities from flooding but many across the country are under review and the importance of assessing assessing. Them became clear in two thousand seventeen. When the Oroville Dam in northern California was damaged after heavy rainfall that led to the evacuation of one hundred eighty thousand awesome people before water levels at the dam dropped four years ago. The Army Corps of Engineers estimated it with me twenty four billion dollars to fix all the dams that needed repairs. There's trivia which of these animals hibernates in winter tree squirrelled the Studio Monarch Butterfly for silver event. Mosquitoes are the only animals on this list and entered Dia Pause Hibernation like period of shutting down for the cold winter months. So that explains why the Pesky pests always come back in the summer and when they do why why do they always seem to bite some people more often than others scientist say. There are a number of things. Mosquitoes are attracted to strongly. scented soaps are believed to get their attention along along with certainty odorants and perfumed the increased carbon dioxide. We give off when we're exercising can create a buzz among the insects as well as our sweat as far forest clothing goes researchers are divided over. Whether it's bright or dark clothes that make us easier for mosquitoes to spot. But a recent study has found that different types of the body odour could make some people more prone to mosquito bites than others. Is there anything that can be done about that. Maybe one day if a drug is designed that can change. Those odors could that have side effects of its own. Yes but because of the diseases they carry. Mosquitos are responsible for more human deaths than any other animal. There's a lot of international national interest in keeping them away. It's not all in your head. Some people really are more attractive to mosquitos than others. Research has determined that it has to do with how each of us smells which is individual to everyone and partly determined by our DNA fraternal. Twins are much less similar to each other than identical twins are in terms of DNA and odor so experts in London conducted a study between fraternal twins identical twins to see if there was the difference between between the two when they expose the twins mosquitoes. They found that identical twins were bidding in similar amounts but fraternal twins were bitten in differing amounts meaning meaning that mosquitoes really do bite. Some individuals more than others and that's at least partially because of body odor. Scientists already have a sense of which compounds and human odors attract mosquitoes. They're hoping to develop a drug that changes human body odors to make them less attractive to mosquitos that could have major public health benefits offense especially in areas where mosquitoes transmit diseases like malaria dengue fever and West Nile virus. We are about eight and a half months away from the next Olympics. The Twenty Twenty Games will be held at Tokyo Japan. They'll run from late July through early August and about a month after the Olympics begin again the Paralympic Games get started running from late August through early September. The Tokyo Organizing Committee says they'll be the biggest and most exciting Paralympic Games ever ever held at a young man who hopes to be. There is busy training in the pool when he's not studying acting or modeling..