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First flight of Mars helicopter Ingenuity to make test hover

Retirement Road Map

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

First flight of Mars helicopter Ingenuity to make test hover

"Oh, NASA is opening the big hoping to make history tomorrow by flying a helicopter on Mars. CBS is Allison Keyes has more on the tiny but mighty ingenuity. It's incredible. NASA Mars Exploration Program director Eric I. Anson says. The ingenuity Mars helicopter test flight Sunday is the first attempt at controlled powered flight on another planet, and that means challenges. We're dealing with an atmosphere that About 1% the density of that on earth. That means the £4 shopper has to spend our blades much faster than she would need to want Terra, And there is some good news about the difference in the planet's. The gravity on Mars is only one third of Earth's The first test flight involved ingenuity, lifting off, climbing to about 10 ft. Hovering for 30 seconds and then touching down NASA hopes to use similar technology to explore other heavenly bodies, including Jupiter's Moon,

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Fresh update on "30 seconds" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:04 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 seconds" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Back with Carly Kirk Show. I've got a 30 minutes 30 seconds. Come in here, and that is way have a pastor's conference every year. And over the years with that 250,000 pastors have attended this Congress. They're gonna be here. With a chance now. Would literally change America. Do Pastor school to get this message out and say the church doesn't have to be afraid. And I got just fill this in here. I am so proud of my son. He's a toughest guy that I've ever had a tough guy. What?.

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NASA Helicopter Set for Historic First Flight on Mars

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

NASA Helicopter Set for Historic First Flight on Mars

"Made by NASA. This weekend. For the first time ever, the space agency will attempt to fly an aircraft on another planet. CBS is Chris Martinez explains what a successful flight of the Mars helicopter could mean for the future of space exploration. On the first flight. NASA aims to hover the aircraft 10 FT. Above the ground for 30 seconds with each flight after that lasting a bit longer. Ingenuity will carry a bit of our history along for the ride a small piece of fabric from the original Wright Brothers plane, a token of good luck for an aircraft that could forever change how we explore other worlds, and NASA is hoping to attempt the first flight of the Mars helicopter. Sometime tomorrow. 8

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Fresh update on "30 seconds" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:00 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "30 seconds" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Clots. In six women In the days after they received their vaccination. There have been nearly seven million Johnson and Johnson vaccinations administered in the U. S. To date, joining US live downs. We go a bit deeper, a CBS chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook Doctor Loop UCLA. Many people who have recently had the J and J vaccine or obviously feeling a bit concerned today. What should they know about this news and what should they be looking for now, in the next couple of weeks after having that vaccine How well you know the CBC and FDA had a phone conference this morning and I just heard Dr Fauci talking about this. First of all to put it in perspective. You mentioned six cases. Among 6.8 million doses. That's been in the last six weeks since it was authorized. We're talking about less than one in a million. These were women between the ages of 18 to 48. And the symptoms occurred. 6 to 13 days after vaccination. It's six people on it's making them say, you know something? Let's take a closer look. One person of the six did die, so it is potentially serious. If you get it. It's a serious effect. Where You have clotting. This is called Cabinet Cabinet. Cerebral, venous Sinus thrombosis, which basically is a clotting of the veins that help drain the face in the brain. But again, it's very, very rare. What they're trying to do was say in full disclosure, an abundance of caution as we like to hear that phrase. Let's get this out there so that people can be aware of potential symptom. That and maybe we can find out that it's more common than we think. So what should people be thinking about the symptoms include a headache, shortness of bed, breath, chest discomfort, neurological problems like a seizure. You could also have you know if it occurs clotting That's not just in the head but in the belly, which has been seen sometimes AstraZeneca vaccine. They didn't report from clotting in the veins of the abdomen so you could have abdominal pain. But these are the kind of thing that if you have anything like this or you're just feeling off, you should talk to your doctor. But for the most part, if it's what left in one in a million side effect right now, assuming that we don't have a lot more cases that are discovered, you know it's still very rare, and this is doing a pause on it. I'm gonna have a committee convened tomorrow. A lot of people said why you just do it today, But it's gonna be tomorrow and they think they're gonna very quickly decide. You know. What should we do? Dr. Luke? Luke In our last 30 seconds. How long do we expect this pause Might last You know, it's unclear they there it could be. Ah, short period of time. I think, Dr Fauci said, It's gonna be short, You know, like, uh, days or weeks rather than weeks or months, But we don't know until we You know, we hear from the advisory committee tomorrow, but I think the punchline for everybody is not to panic if you do have one of these symptoms You can't get evaluated and very simply, you have to have low platelet counts well, in order to have this syndrome, so it's not just clotting is clouding with low platelet count platelet to help you to quote your blood. So a simple blood test. If you're if you're happened to have a headache, how many of us have headaches and abdominal pain, So there's gonna be a lot of people worried about it. But if you get a blood test and the platelets a normal then this is not. This is not what's going on with you. Alright. Some good advice. Thank you, Dr Luke. Luke, that is CBS chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook Sports is next. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with alone that fits your life rocket can.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"11 30 seconds He had 1.68% they yield on the two year 20.14%. Nynex. Crude oil is down about 9/10 percent, or 56, cents a $60.86 a barrel and Comex gold is down three quarters of a percent at 17 31 announced Nathan Karen. We begin with drama in the Turkish markets, the lira and stocks are tumbling after President Erdogan fired the head of the central bank. The move comes after a bigger than expected rate increase. Erdogan is now putting an advocate of lower borrowing costs at the helm of the central bank. We get more from Bloomberg's Justin Kerrigan and Dubai. The main message that investors and traders were taking away from the latest events is that Turkey's moving away from Orthodox monetary policy back to some of the more haphazard, reactive measures that were prevailing during the previous incumbent's rain. The lira tumbled as much as 15% over the weekend. Right now it's weaker by 9.5%. Here in the U. S. Investors will turn their attention to a heavy slate of bond auctions focused in maturity is that have gotten pummeled at the same time. A top Fed official says the economy is set for a strong year that will lead to higher prices. But Richmond Fed President Thomas Bargain also tells us he does not think that will lead to higher inflation. I want to emphasize inflation is not a one year phenomenon. It's a multiyear phenomenon and so to have inflation over time. You have to see expectations really moved. You have to see you know, businesses start to think that every year they need to see three or four or 5% price increases. You have to expect workers to start to see those kind of compensation increases. We certainly haven't seen that yet. Fed policy that leads to higher prices also has its critics. Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers warns the U. S. Is suffering from the least responsible macroeconomic policy and four decades It seems to me that what was Kim Ling is now ignited. On. I am much more worried that we'll have either inflation or we will have a pretty dramatic fiscal monetary collision. I am this is the least responsible macroeconomic policies we've had. In the last 40 years. Summers.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:02 min | Last month

"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio. John Tucker, that you Bloomberg business Flash. Caroline, Tim. All right, John Tucker. Thank you so much. So a few new economy companies catching our attention today, both involving two when I would call Tim kind of pandemic plays and we're talking about uber spinning off its robotic delivery unit on taking a stake in the new started, But now we've got instant cards latest funding round, doubling its valuation to a whopping $39 billion. That is a lot of money. Unfortunately, we have Lizette Chapman, Venture Capital reporter for Bloomberg News, joining us on the phone from San Francisco. Hey, Liz, that I want to start with this. This uber news from earlier this morning, the company spinning off its robotic delivery unit in instead Taking a stake in that investment. It's It's kind of like par for the course for uber over the last eight or 10 months, right? That's absolutely right. This is been part of this focus strategy CEO Dark concert Far he has been putting together saying, Hey, guys, come hell or high water. No matter what happens to the pandemic, we're going to turn a profit this year and 2021 in order to do that. Um he's been selling off All of these very expensive is kind of like experimental, You know, are indie projects that are not yet commercially viable. So we've seen Huge divestitures of the self driving car unit to Aurora. Flying taxis to Jody. You know the electric scooters and bikes the line. You know the Indian food delivered to the motto And now with this, we've got them spinning out this food delivery food, another package delivery company of robotics. Be a standalone, and they're taking stakes in it because it's got a long term agenda. Yes, like letting go without actually letting go right. He's keeping you know tens of millions and hunted some case hundreds of millions of dollars. Invested. What? What's the ultimate endgame for these? I mean, they remain independent companies or do they become part of uber later? No, I'm that's exactly it. It kind of tickles me. Actually, I was doing the math when I was putting this together the other day, Eric last night and you know we were totaling them up and move are now hold more than $13 billion in equity stake. In stand alone companies, and this includes ET is its largest holding, and it's been slowly wiggling that down, but it's still own $6.8 billion of DT shares. Would buy grab and then Ganda Taxi and Russia and then you know, of course, Aurora, the self driving car, and there's some other ones as well, and some of them. We don't know right total amount that it's worth like Jobe, the Flying Taxi one, but it is part of this long term strategy. They're coming back in like the sea. Well, that's what I was gonna say. Tim and I were talking in the break in. It's It's like a mini Softbank, right and it's like you just keep your hands and things but it frees up some capital. Exactly. I mean, it makes it so that it doesn't have to keep investing in and developing these different projects that are not core to to focus is now which is delivering People and delivering things And as you saw in 2020 delivery of things, meaning groceries and food and packages and from pharmacy items that surge 110% from 2019. They're hoping that they can keep that going. They say that they can. And they extended interestingly enough that extended this arrangement that post made had with serve robotics. Go ahead and continue delivering things for them, And the idea is that it'll eventually make delivery profitable and it's not right now. Well, that's what I wanted to ask you. Does it put the company as a kind of Goes for a more of a pure of pure play in terms of its strategy. Does it put it on the path to profitability? Do people see that? I mean, I guess it depends on who you thought was a big Silas that Yeah. You know how it is right? Like they were able to cut you know dot was able to cut all of these expenses looks good. And you know investors. Analysts love that. They still have their fingers in the pie, though you know, they still have board seats on a number of these companies that I just listed. It's in our story here today and in terms of getting closer to being more profitable. I mean, that's the idea. You removed the cost of humans. Right with these, um You know, Delivery robot, or, you know for that case, you know, autonomous cars and you remove the drivers, and that's that's a major expense that no longer will be factored into over services. Long term if they wind up. Continuing on the path. They are keeping these these startups really tight to them, but they're not responsible for paying for their expenses there. Justin Equity Shareholder Hey, listen, I want to hit on the other story that you wrote that one of the other stories that you wrote today. Instead, cards evaluation doubling to $39 billion with new funding. Investors are obviously bullish on grocery delivery remaining, though continuing after the pandemic, and we only have about 30 seconds Absolutely. I mean, you've seen insta card is now the second most valuable startup in the U. S. Just after Iran must face ex to your point only 30 seconds. What they're betting on is that this, you know, need to order in will become a habit. Not just an extent, Eccentricity and insta card is moving now to develop the two other legs of its stool. Everybody knows about the consumer product that you tap on your phone and you want stuff delivered the two other pieces. Yeah, right in the back end and then also advertising So that's what they're gonna be using this money to do. $265 million more. Oh, my God. I'm so energized. Talking to you love it. Love it. Um, really appreciate it was that Chapman? Thank you. Venture capital reporter Bloomberg News from San Francisco. Check her out at Lizette. Underscore Chapman on Twitter. Let's get a check a world of National news and that Ryan's in DC Jeanette's Hey.

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10-year Treasury yield tops 1.4%, highest since February 2020

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:09 sec | Last month

10-year Treasury yield tops 1.4%, highest since February 2020

"10 Year treasury down 20 to 30 seconds. The yield 1.41% that yield on the two year 20.12% 30 year yields

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Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

Bloomberg Markets

05:43 min | 2 months ago

Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

"Just briefly tell us about the trends that you saw during the pandemic. Did people need to use Western Union more? Hey, Thanks for having me. Yes, absolutely way actually saw that need to receive money during the pandemic Over the course of the last 12 months was greater than ever before. We also saw a shift in terms of how people were using our business. You know, we have obviously. A very broad retail network. But we have also a fantastic, you know, well growing digital business. That is now present more than 75 countries. And so we saw tremendous growth in our digital difference because people were looking very frequently for online ways of sending money to their loved ones and You can imagine that during the pandemic, um you know, in many of these other countries were going through a very difficult time, which would continue to do so. And the people who have the ability to send continue to send money and they used our business quite frequently. So No, we really saw a makeshift not only in our business, but also in the market overall, where digital parts of the market really took off during the course of last year. Raj. We still have persistent higher than we would like unemployment in the United States. How's that impacted your flows in your business? Yeah, way. We're very much a global business, Paul. You know we are presently 200 countries and territories around the world. The U. S is obviously very important Market for us. Yeah, we certainly saw. You know some impact from the unemployment. The pandemic is not behind this yet. We need to see how things play out. We are assuming that the second half of this year will be in a better position economically, not only in the U. S, but also globally. As the vaccines are more widely distributed. So we're hoping for a better second half economically, and I think that again, people who have had the ability to send money people who are Still employed and making money basically continue to use our business at a at a high rate, and we've also seen the amount of principle going through our business go up quite quite a bit. We grew a cross border principle by 12% last year. Where's the entire market was probably down a little bit. So, you know, I think we're still getting good traffic, and people still have a need to receive money. I'm a customer myself of our business and I've spent more money in the last 12 months and I have historically because my my relatives have a need to get that money. So Roger why the decision to increase the dividend? It's really a trip. We've had a track record over the last 14 years. We've increased the dividend by 13 of those 14 years. So we have a lot of confidence in the strength of our business. We know that regenerated A very strong large amount of cash flow. Last year we generated about $900 million in cash. Operating cash flow will have another good year this year, and we think it's really what our shareholders want. And so we've raised the dividend in 13 of the last 14 years, and this is just a continuation of that trend. And you know we're looking for good things. We have a good strategic agenda this year and Being a good healthy dividend is a key part of that for us Raj tucked us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. You guys obviously been in this business for a long, long time, have tremendous brand value. But there's a lot of technological competitors whether it's you know, the apse Venmo or something like that talked to us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. Sure, yeah, I mentioned before we have a very large and strong and fast growing digital business. Our digital business will be about a billion dollars inside this year in terms of revenue side. And we are very focused on the cross border Remittance market as you know, and there many acts like Kendall is much more of a domestically oriented chaotic here in the U. S. So ours is much more about Lending money all around the world, and that's really where our strength is. We have the ability to settle in 130 currencies. In a matter of minutes. We have the regulatory compliance capabilities that go with it. We serve a number of different kinds of partners. We have a white label offering that we've you know that we're partnering with banks and other fintech type players, so we can really be the back and provider to other companies. Even other digital players that may not have the reach that we do. Saudi telecoms is one example. That's been very successful for Saudi Arabia. We have another one in Russia with spare, which is a bank is one of the largest bank in Russia. And so we really have a number of different angles. We have a branded Western union calm offering and, you know, I use our services as well. And you can. You can initiate and completed transaction in the matter of 30 seconds and I can do it for the money. My loved one of in India, you know, matter of seconds very recent college if he's air quite high, considering some competitors don't charge really at all. Are you going to do anything about that? You know, our fees are very representative of the cost of doing business that we, You know, it's not simple. It's not free to really move money around the world. You know, to have regulatory compliance capabilities and to actually protect consumers in terms of when they spend their money. There's a cost of doing business, right 200 markets and that's really what we do, and we're in the business to make money and the other others who are not charging a few. It's not a sustainable business model for them, so that's really the way we look at it.

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Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally

Bloomberg Markets

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally

"Stocks started the day off and then began to slide. Now they're fluctuating another sign that investors are taking a breather after pushing markets to record highs. Investors are betting President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package will help bolster the economy while vaccinations help reduce covert 19 cases. Let's look at the S and P. It is down. Well, it's little changed down three that out. Jones Industrial average is up 1/10 of a percent of 30 and the NASDAQ is down 3/10 of a percent down 45. 10 Years up 4 30 seconds. The yield 1.14% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's up a half a percent of 58 68 of barrel Comex gold is down 1/10 of a percent 18 36 even per ounce. Dollar yen, one of 4 65 the year old dollar 21 34 on the British pound. Another 38 46, a key measure of prices paid by US consumers, was unchanged for January. This was the second straight month of such was the case, underscoring the pandemics lingering wish strain on inflation. That financial markets seat

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Lawyer tells judge 'I'm not a cat' after a Zoom filter mishap

Charlie Parker

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Lawyer tells judge 'I'm not a cat' after a Zoom filter mishap

"The hard way how to remove zoom filters after one made him look like a kitten. While court was in session and the now viral video attorney Rod Pontin was unable to figure out how to remove the filter. Even with the help of his assistant, I believe you have a filter. Turned on in the video settings. You might want Tohno here live. That's not I'm not a cat. I can I can see that. The animated kittens, white eyes and tiny mouth removing is the lawyer frantically tried to troubleshoot the filter feed Turn after 30 seconds found the remedy. This happened during a trial of a man accused of trying to leave the U. S with contraband. Well, the Reddit trade has

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Devin Booker, Suns Dominate Celtics Defense as Kemba Struggles Again

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Devin Booker, Suns Dominate Celtics Defense as Kemba Struggles Again

"Post game show Super Bowl Edition, I guess here even though yeah felt like the whole, you know, the last four years in a row, so he won Super Bowl Sunday a huge jigs going into this one, but when the game actually played itself out, I mean, how long did you did anyone even think the suffix for for a second had a chance to win this one in throughout the fourth quarter, at least I mean 102-91 the sun's taught the Celtics year you got you know for fourteen that we talked about how many different players can log? Have you know doesn't really contribute offensively so let's got six against the sun six players scored in double-figures here and it still wasn't enough couple of Walkers struggled. Of course, we're going to talk a lot about that Jayson Tatum a lukewarm shooting night. Not exactly what we wanted to see at him, especially down the stretch, but when it's his office looks that damn desperate, I mean, that's that's what you get. Right right fellows Nick gelso. Of course. Like I said, he's joining in here for for John we got Bobby Manning Jimmy Toscano, Jimmy. Let's start with you me Jimmy you came in here fired up because it's like you don't need one. You're already moving on to the ball, right? You don't even get into this. I want to talk about this game as much as it looked like the Celtics wanted to play this game today. I mean we're looking at like 80 points in the fourth quarter. That is ugly ugly basketball. I actually thought that the selfish would come out a little bit differently a second because they shot so poorly in that in that first half, but man it was kind of like more of the same to be completely honest. I mean listen, I know Jaylen Brown today, but that's no excuse. You know, they've able to compete a lot better than they and they did that thought today I mean I'll give them props for hanging around in the end I thought the P party kept him in it with some big big 3s and that second half there I know South Campbell Walker struggled all freaking day and if John was here I know would be ten minutes in on Kemba Walker right now he had a couple of big threes itself down the stretch but he missed another one late even later so you know very inconsistent you know that's kind of in a story with with Kemba Walker and I know that's one of the big issues people have with him but yeah it wasn't enough today frustrating it looks like it just looked like Phoenix had a lot more energy from start to finish and I mean Devin Booker did a little did a lot of everything I loved Devin Booker not just cuz obviously but I mean when you talk about some of the best scores in the NBA he's right right up there at the top where like a guy that can just like change the game in like 30 seconds all of a sudden he goes you know three straight down the court yep No, eight straight points all of a sudden, you know keeps the sons in it right there. So

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Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor

Morning Edition

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor

"Shifting our focus overseas. Now divers and Indonesia say they've located the black box from a commercial jet that crashed over the weekend. Authorities there say all 62 people on board were killed. It was an older model of the Boeing 7 37, not a 7 37 Max. NPR's David Schaper has more The plane took off from Jakarta's international airport Saturday afternoon and a heavy rainstorm, according to the tracking service flight radar 24 climbed to just under 11,000 ft and four minutes But then suddenly went into a steep descent plummeting more than 10,000 ft in less than 30 seconds. Well, that is definitely abnormal. Anthony Brickhouse is a former plane crash investigator for the NTSB and now a professor of aviation safety at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. So the fact that they dove that at that clip is obviously concerning Then there's something that investigators will focus in on. Todd Curtis is a former Boeing safety engineer and now runs They don't have the maneuverability of Let's say a fighter aircraft. If you start going in a very, very high velocity toward the ocean, you can't pull the aircraft out of the dive, and Curtis says What's left of the plane will hold important clues. Debris has been recovered from the ocean surface and from the floor of the ocean. That debris could indicate what the sequence of events was when it came to the airplane breaking out. This particular Boeing plane was 27 years old. But Curtis says that might not matter for large airliners like 2737. Age is not really a consideration. What is the thing that determines whether not an aircraft can be flown at low risk is whether knots properly maintained warmer crash investigator Anthony Brickhouse says the flight data and cockpit voice recorders will also hold vital clues. They give us information. As to what was happening on a specific aircraft in the minutes before that shouldn't happen and actually during the accident, well investigators we released preliminary findings on what may have caused the plane to crash in the coming days and weeks, it could take them a year or longer to reach any final conclusions.

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House prepares to impeach Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol riot

Morning Edition

04:02 min | 3 months ago

House prepares to impeach Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol riot

"Democrats are moving forward with the plan to impeach President Trump for a second time. President has just nine days left in office, and Democrats say this week they plan to file an impeachment resolution. This follows Trump's incitement of his supporters last Wednesday, hundreds of whom descended on the U. S Capitol. The violent scene left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer and NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell is here with us this morning with the latest take healthy. Good morning. How will this impeachment proceeding work? Well, it will start today when Democrats plan to bring up a resolution that would call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Democrats will try to pass that unanimously, but Republicans could and probably will block it with just one objection. After that, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is basically giving Pence 24 hours. I kind of ultimatum to decide if he's going to invoke the 25th amendment. If he doesn't she plans to bring the process you know to Ah, hold of bring together the process to hold a vote on impeachment. Which could happen as early as Wednesday. Now on the question of impeachment, it's currently just one article referring to incitement to insurrection. It's based on Trump's address to the crowd before the riots began, and his attempts to overturn the election in 2020 more than 200. Democrats have signed on, and I'm told that they expect some Republicans will support it, too. You know, Democrats are pretty unified and saying what happened? The capital cannot be swept under the rug. Is that Trump can't be allowed to simply leave office without any consequences, And they want to make sure that the Senate has the opportunity to vote to convict so that it can bar trump from holding future federal office. Okay, Kelsey. This actually brings me to the question of Republicans. We heard a few of them say over the last few days, they want Trump out of office. How widespread? Is that feeling within the GOP, you know, some of that is kind of hard to gauge because most of them have been quiet. We know that Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was the first to say that Trump should resign, but she's been joined by retiring Senator Pat Toomey. He was asked about this yesterday on CNN. I think at this point with just a few days left, it's the best half forward. Now there are a few others that agree. But some others, like Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, who's part of Republican leadership, says he basically wants Trump to be quiet for 10 days and just leave. You know, House Republican leaders have also mostly been silent, except for Liz Cheney, who has often broken with the rest of House Republican leadership when it comes to Trump Okay. This process the house wants to do is is really quick. But there's still the Senate, right? And you know, that is really the wild card here because Republicans will control the Senate until the Georgia elections are certified. And then the Senate has to meet and do some required organizing work. So that means that Mitch McConnell would control the timing and the Senate is out of session. So what would need to happen is they would have to bring them back into session. They would start a trial basically around Inauguration Day. Once an impeachment trial is triggered in the Senate, it stops everything else from happening. It forces senators to come to the Senate floor stick down six days a week until the trial concludes, and that could take weeks. House Minority Whip Jim Clyburn floated a proposal that he says could solve it. Here He is yesterday on CNN President Look Bad 100 days he needs to get his agenda off and running. Maybe we'll send you the articles. Sometimes after that, Ah, 100 Days is a really long time And that could be well after Trump leaves office And you know, Democrats want to proceed for all the reasons I've mentioned before, but this creates a really complicating political moment for Biden as he tries to, you know, move forward and move the country ahead. And this is all happening. I 30 seconds with you as we prepare for Joe Biden's inauguration. What are the concerns about safety? Yeah, they're still concerns the capitals a little bit like a fortress right now, with fences and National Guard troops and there. There's a process of a review right now. But there are serious concerns about whether or not the capital but will be fully safe for the bite. Administration were told that there are really efforts right now trying to Trying to beef up security and take every precaution. Possible.

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Trump Condemns Riot In US Capitol, Washington DC; Concedes To Biden

The Boxer Show

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Trump Condemns Riot In US Capitol, Washington DC; Concedes To Biden

"All eyes are still on D. C yesterday, President Trump, saying he's working towards a smooth transition of power. Why don't we play just the 1st 30 seconds of that speech yesterday that he still banned from Facebook, and that might be for a long time. But he was back on Twitter yesterday, and the announcement was put out by the White House. And I think his own Twitter is a matter of fact. But here's the 1st 30 seconds of that speech. I would like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem. Immediately deploy the National Guard. And federal law enforcement to secure the building and expel the intruders. America is and must always be a nation of law and order. The demonstrators who infiltrated the capital have defiled the seat of American democracy to those who engaged in the acts of violence and destruction. You do not represent our country. All right, so those who broke the law so that was that. I thought it was a really good speech. I wish it would have been 24 hours earlier, but I'm glad that he put it out there. And by the way, a Safar as I know, right now, none of the networks are really

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"30 seconds" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 4 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Talk to you for about 30 seconds. Thistles. Elvis Presley. If you believe polio's beaten, I ask you to listen Remember me? That's the boss of thousands who know the fight against polio is just as tough as it ever was. Elvis Presley, the biggest star of the time, the incidents of polio would drop by 90% over the course of the 19 fifties and an aural alternative help to virtually eliminate polio as the sixties came along the need to get shots for polio and other things. Still, prime time fair Sheriff Andy Taylor had election anti Mayberry anti vaccine named Rafe Hollister. He didn't want to get his tetanus shot when a new county nurse wanted to get everybody in Mayberry. Calculated not letting that nurse give you that shot. I've seen out where he was 100%, right. You can't Oh, yeah? Yeah. Just let her give you that shot. Say you'd be passing up your chance for immortality. You're dying, right? I would Does that mean good sheriff, Using a little reverse psychology and the Grim Reaper to make his 0.1 day you'll you'll get cut by rusty saw were of animal about your something like that. And not having the shot. Well, you will be a cinch to go. Just like that. That's where the great deed comes in sea by dying. It'll serve as a lesson to the others not to neglect their shots. Work. Oh, yeah. I'm just see them neighbors and kin folks of yours right now. That's a Did you hear what happened to rave? They'll say, Well, it ain't gonna happen to me. I'm going down there that county nurse and get me that good shot right now. Spoiler alert. Rafe did get his shot in that episode, but I think the thing that's different after talking about this for some hours this morning. We're wondering what star what celebrity? What combo Platter could maybe do the trick today? And really, I don't think we came up with any agreement. There isn't one person. Oprah's always my reflexive like if anybody's could leave anything at anybody, it'll be Oprah saying it, but I don't even think she's got the juice in this instance to get everybody to get a shot. No, it's because Oprah probably right, said something at one point that upset someone about something and it will be dug up, and that's just kind of the world we live in. We know too much about too many people, too. I think have that kind of consensus idea, like the hero thing doesn't really exist too much anymore. I don't think that's such a key point that might just made their I think even if you Don't have a strong opinion on somebody. Maybe they're oversaturated in your own life because you've seen too much of them on TV or social media. You guys don't wanna listen. That person we fall in love that we not come down exactly, And it's not even that you You have a strong dislike of that person. Just like I'm I'm tired of hearing their voice. You know that In effect in this case, I think more so I think everybody could agree. Polio was a bad thing. You know, Tetanus, a bad thing. You can agree. That's a problem. In this case. We can't even agree that a Corona virus is a bad thing. We have people still think of that. Not that big a deal. It's no worse than the flu. Yeah, I don't think it's only we know too much about celebrities, and basically we know too much about.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On CBS Sports Radio. Front. You're in a five minute break. Four minutes 30 seconds remaining. Four minutes remaining. Thank you. Three minutes 30 seconds remaining. Three minutes remaining. Two minutes 30 seconds remaining. Two minutes remaining. Yeah. One minute 30 seconds remaining. One minute remaining. 45 seconds remaining. 30 seconds remaining. 15 seconds break ins in five seconds. Welcome back to the Harrison experience on CBS Sports Radio. You are listening to the Harrison Experience Live on C B s Sports radio coming up at the top of the hour. We'll talk some N ba was Sean Devaney. There's a lot happening is the NBA starts on Tuesday. No wild The MBA.

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Stocks are higher at the open

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Stocks are higher at the open

"Are higher at the Open. The S and P 500 is up about 1/10 of a percent of two points and 37 25, the Dow Jones industrial average also of less than 1/10 of a percent of 23 points. At 30,330, the NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent or 39 points at 12,804 10 Year. Treasury of 3 30 seconds Yo 300.92% yield on the two year 20.11%. Nymex crude oil is up 8/10 percent, or 39, cents and $48.75 a barrel. Comex gold is down less than 1/10 of a percent on a dollar 60 at 18 88 70 announced the euro 1.2248 against the dollar. The yen it 103.30 Tom

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Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

Patriots Beat

04:33 min | 4 months ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

"The Houston was really the only team I would say that actually through on the Patriots effectively this year and DeShaun Watson besides Russell Wilson all the way back in week two thousand. I am curious, you know, the Dolphins do they have a running game. Do you think that they can do that with because I don't see it, but I don't want to I don't want to be biased over here. Either way. I mean, there are 30 second in the league in rushing yards per attempt. They were missing their top three rushing leaders last Sunday against the Chiefs. What's a be perfectly blunt? None of them are impact players Matt breida came off the covid-19. Wednesday obviously he'll be back. When he hasn't made much of an impact after coming over from the 49ers in the in the trade Myles Gaskin is on the Cove in list and he's a nice story as a second-year seventh-round pick who laughs basically got a cup of coffee in terms of playing time this year and he basically became their feature back and he's got some ability. But in a in an Ideal World Cup gasket is your backup is now your future back in this is what the Dolphins are dealing with our offensive line. Also a good story much better than was last year. They're starting three rookies with Austin Jackson am handsome in kinloch. but when you start three rookies pretty much ninety-nine percent of the time you're going to go through some growing pains and their offensive line while again exponentially better than what last year is still not great. Let's say it's worked in like but they're not a whole lot of big old being open in the running game and you don't have running backs off will make a lot of things happen on their own. So there's a reason again there there are thirty-second in the NFL in rushing yards per attempt and complicating matters. This week is they have injury issue is that wide receiver position where they also have a lot of players but not a whole lot of impact players. So you mentioned might get sick you earlier I believe and now he's got a shoulder injury where we can't get any Clarity from Ryan Flores as to his status for this week. It's all we'll see is working on all that. But if you saw the injury really really hard to Envision him playing cards Devante Port Parker pulled a hamstring or had a hamstring injury against the Chiefs you came out in the first app did not return. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, so hopefully play it but then if he plays this carrying a hamstring injury. And then so who else do you have left after that now you're looking at your team Grant who is more of a return specialist and and then their shuttle pass receiver gadget Play type of player on offense. He's also got a hamstring injury that knocked him out of Chiefs game. And then the rest of the wide receiver Corps is rookie limbo Junior who played multiple positions at Kentucky. You have a Mack Hollins who want to sign as a special-teams standout, which he is. He's very going to special teams but more so than the receiver and then you have one of the guys being talked up being able to make a major contribution as Isaiah Ford who you may remember from his three weeks with the Patriots after the acquired immune to trade in his office. I knew he was he didn't play it down for the Patriots. I knew how long is not going to last year when he got up here and he said it is freezing. I need a winter coat, you know, what am I going to do? And I just said look, I'm sure he's a fine football player. I'm sure he could make an impact on the team that needs wide receiver help but this guy does not seem like he wants to be in New England right now. Well, no, but he plays at Virginia Tech. So I'm so he's not like dead. He's from Jacksonville plant in Virginia tag, so it's not like he's not he's never been the call before and the thing about Isaiah Ford and then it was often friends are thinking. Well, Isaiah Ford is going to come and rescue the the passing game and that like life. He's a really really really nice good. And he might be in the league for ten years because he's got a great attitude. He works hard doesn't see anything. He's not an impact player. And right now this is what they have their wide receiver Corps. If she doesn't play they have nobody who's going to really scare the Patriots defense and if you you throughout the city also doesn't play. I mean who makes things happen on this office on Sunday? So that that's a big

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U.S. cybersecurity agency warns of "grave" threat from massive hack

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:24 min | 4 months ago

U.S. cybersecurity agency warns of "grave" threat from massive hack

"Today about the the recently recently discovered discovered hack hack into into the the U. U. S S government. government. It It has has impacted impacted multiple multiple departments, departments, including including the the Pentagon, Pentagon, Homeland Homeland Security Security and and the the National National Institutes Institutes of of Health. Health. The The U. S Cyber Security Agency says today. The hack poses what it calls a grave threat to all levels of government and even the private sector amid this period of presidential transition, and, of course, the ongoing pandemic. Let's learn more with w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green How you JJ. There's word today that a string of very serious investigations are getting underway. What are these investigations and what are they looking for? Yeah. Hi, Sean and Hillary. How are you Today? There are several congressional investigations one from the Homeland Security Committee. The oversight committee is investigating. The FBI is investigating this incoming president Joe Biden has set up a team on this. All of the agencies that were impacted have been setting up investigations into this. So what are they looking for? They're trying to figure out where they're started when it started. Who knew what What was done where it stands now, in the key questions right now is who did it and how they managed to get into US systems. This is a massive, massively important situation. Right now. It's hard is Tom Bossert, the former homeland security adviser for president, Trump says It's hard to overstate this is the significance of this situation. Well, okay, it's hard to overstate it. So characterized just how damaging these breaches are. Several prominent experts have said this is one or among the greatest intelligence failures in modern times, and that includes 9 11. This is an incredibly dangerous situation and why? Because it's still underway. This cyber attack is still happening. The Attackers got into the systems of more than a half dozen agencies, and that number is sure to go up. Nine months ago, perhaps, and we just found out about it nine days ago, and if it hadn't been for fire I coming forward. Perhaps we may not know about it now. So this is where we are with that. Change, eh? Why did it take so long for the government or for the company for that matter to figure this out, people that launched this and it's believed to be the SPR, the Russian equivalent of the CIA were clever enough to get around that multibillion dollar system called Einstein that the U. S. Has to prevent or at least to detect. Situations and in organizations and efforts like this, they were able to craft it so that basically they slipped in. We didn't know about it. And a part of the reason for that is all of that. This is all of the disinformation. All of the chaos that's been going on in the country regarding covert 19 and the election and other things. We were focused on all of those other things, and this is believed to be how they managed to slip in final 30. Seconds here what is being done right now, to contain all this. There's a big effort underway. The solar Wenzel Ryan software, which was the vehicle through which this malware got into all of these systems, was ordered shut down on Monday, sister says. It's a grave situation. It's going to take a long time to fix and they say It's not going to be easy at all, because a part of it is figuring out where the end of this thing is stopping it before they can start to apply. The bandage is Hey, JJ. Thanks so

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SpaceX launches SiriusXM satellite aboard Falcon 9 rocket

Fork Report

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

SpaceX launches SiriusXM satellite aboard Falcon 9 rocket

"Make another attempt at launching a satellite into space early tomorrow morning. A scheduled lift off for yesterday had to be scrubbed with just 30. Seconds left in the countdown. The next launch attempt of the Falcon nine rocket is set for 4:13 A.m. tomorrow. The rocket will carry a new Sirius XM satellite into orbit to improve service in the U. S. Canada and the Caribbean.

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Nasdaq closes down nearly 2% as tech sector weighs on stock market

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:16 min | 4 months ago

Nasdaq closes down nearly 2% as tech sector weighs on stock market

"A sell off in some of the world's biggest technology companies weighed heavily on the equity market, dragging down stocks amid dimming prospects for fresh stimulus. Today. The S and P 500 Index dropped 29 points down 8/10 of 1% the Dow Down 105 down 4/10 NASDAQ tumbled 243 down 1.9% the NASDAQ 100 Index halting its winning streak down 2.1% tenured on 5 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.93% Hold down $31 the ounce down 1.7% 18 38 West Texas Intermediate Crude up 1/10 of 1% 45 66 a barrel Hypo Watch a Seat three. A. I think that's the software maker founded by former Oracle executive Tom Siebel up 120% of its trading debut from the price and it's $651 Million. AIPO and shares of unprofitable food delivery platform door Dash surged 85% in their trading debut today. And the latest sign of investor exuberance. And what has already been a record here for I pose again recapping equities lower with the S and P 500 Index down 29 down 8/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that his a Bloomberg

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Dow Jones Rises On Stimulus Hopes, Falling Unemployment Claims

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Dow Jones Rises On Stimulus Hopes, Falling Unemployment Claims

"7.4% the 80 yards of Ryanair. They're surging by 3.8%. It is an update on Wall Street, The Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ, all advancing. Records right now on the S and P has been swinging between gains and losses, records as well for the NASDAQ composite index now Jones Industrial Average right now, with 3040 closed today above 3046 would be a record for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Right now the Dow is up 153 points up by 5/10 of 1% s and P S up. Three. That's a gain of 1/10 of 1% as stack up 48 higher by four tents. 10 Year up. 5 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.91%. But why? Stocks touching records, The dollar is slipping as investors continue to monitor negotiations on fresh fiscal support from Washington again. SNP, reaching a record for a third consecutive day got to keep it locked into Bloomberg

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Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Moving in Right Direction, Party Leaders Say

Bloomberg Daybreak

06:42 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Moving in Right Direction, Party Leaders Say

"This morning Democrats getting behind a scaled back stimulus toe. Try to restart talks for more. We're joined by Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller, professor Good to have you on with us this morning of morning where it seems like stimulus hopes. Spring eternal. But how much hope do you put in Speaker Pelosi in minority leader Schumer backing this bipartisan legislation that was worth about $900 billion it was put forward this week. Good morning, agent. Well, I mean, I think that they recognize that the you know the whole country is being hit really hard by this, but that they're the areas that are you know, traditional sport of Democrats are getting hit again really hard, and they had wanted direct aid for states and cities. They couldn't get it from Trump. They're not going to get from Senate Republicans. So basically someone like Durban and represents Illinois Big City like Chicago has to make a decision system Majority Minority Leader and them hard party and say, all right, we gotta get something you know if we you know, we especially unemployment, either top off or extension or some combination of those things on. I think the Democrats want to get what they can and not turn this into the first battle that Biden have the face once he's inaugurated. Is this about the pandemic, getting to the level that it's at now? Or is this a dose of political reality, given how the election turned out for the house, particularly with Democrats losing seats in November? I do think that the Democrats are not looking at a scenario that they hope to be looking at come January, which was a majority Democratic Senate and then picking up more seats in the house, where they could really, you know, right from ticket with Biden, so given that that's out the window. Even if the Democrats take one or two of US Georgia seats that's still not really a likely scenario you can control the Senate, barely. I have a very razor thin margin in the house now for the Democrats, So yeah, it's a political reality. But I think it's also about what they hope Biden can achieve What becomes president and taking one really big thing off the table before he starts that job, and I think that's a big incentive for them because then they could turn to things like infrastructure, which would also help the economy. Well, what's your sense of what President Biden could achieve. Given the realities of what Senate control is gonna look like either way, depending on how the Georgia run offs turned out, it's going to be a razor thin margin, no matter which way you slice it, and the president elect has said. Whatever gets past if something gets past, but during this lame duck session is going to be a down payment. For something much bigger. Well, right. I mean, this is what you know. Obama wanted a much bigger stimulus than he got in 2009 as well, and he had all three chambers. It's a very hard thing, particularly with it, you know, $3 trillion deficit and rising. So I mean, I just think one of the key factors. Both parties were looking at Tau look towards 2022. Because that's where both parties are looking right now, at least in the Congress side is that suburban voters were willing to split their ticket. And very noticeable voted Republican straight down the line voted for Joe Biden and maybe because it in like Trump. We don't know for sure, but they were willing to do that and then vote for Republicans in other offices, knowing that they're willing to do that means that they're up for Gramps, and I think that's the serve Achilles heel for the Republicans in blocking everything for Biden. I don't think they think they can do that and still safely hold onto the seats they want to defend in 2022, so that's where Biden and the Democrats have a bit of a bargaining advantage. In trying to get moderate proposal through that will help Cove it will help the economy will make suburban voters happy. I'm curious to get your take on how Biden has been starting to fill out his cabinet. Now. There are reports that he plans to announce his health team next week, and one of the names were hearing for health and human services. Secretary is someone that you're familiar with in your home state of Rhode Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo That Gina Romano has done in an outstanding job in a very small state, but a very, very heavily densely populated state. So she's been dealing with sort of a big outbreak for a long time It subsided. Then it came back. She's been excellent communications and made some missteps very early on in terms of summer management with nursing homes, as other governors did, but generally speaking, has had very high approval ratings and has been thought to make this situation much better than it would have. Then, so she shown leadership in a very stressful time, And she's also communicated really well about why she's doing what she's doing. And I think any pick for HHS secretary has to be an excellent communicator because you have to basically explain the American people why we're doing what we're doing, and when we're doing it, and she's been doing that so consistently, and then it helps bring her state's not complete compliance. Bring her state along in a way that's been relatively successful. Are you surprised at all that, at least so far, we haven't heard any names of Democratic primary opponents on any of Biden's Cabinet shortlists. Well, he can't take. I mean, really. He just can't take anybody out of the Senate. Right? So that takes worn out that takes Sanders out. I know Sanders. People are very disappointed about that on. I think that's what Bernie was hoping for debris Sanders was hoping for, but you just can't take a Democrat out of the Senate. Even the Democratic government still can't do it right now, so that makes sense to me. I think people usually think people wanted him to get something he may still get something There's been talk about veterans affairs. But remember, you know, the Republicans have been relatively accepted to buy these choices so far, except for one choice. Neera Tanden for O M B. I think that's going to hit some some bumps along the way. Probably big bumps. But generally speaking, he wants a smooth Cabinet confirmations, You know process. So anybody who's super politicized more to the left of Biden for a top job. It's just probably out of the question, given the composition of the Senate. Only about 30 seconds left here. Do you think Attorney General Bar is on borrowed time after the voter fraud allegations from President Trump? I think during her borrow, looked ahead to the future and decided does he want to leave the Trump administration with any shred of credibility? And I think this move was designed to show that he wouldn't be try to leave with credibility and confirm the election knowing he's gonna leave anyway. And, you know, thinking about what's next so that he gets fired doesn't get fired. I think what he did was forward thinking for him. Not Miss Ellie and President Trump. Thank you Always could have you on with us. Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller with us this morning on

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"30 seconds" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"First down for Frank Gore with 53 seconds to go on counting a first attempt. Jack to the Dolphin 20. I was just a trap play to the right and the left guard. That Elf line former third round pick out of Ohio State by Minnesota had a great trap block and your cut right off it tight and Ryan Griffin also there to seal the end, and the Jets are marching Now the 30 seconds to go. They've got two timeouts left is reproach Halftime. Take the staff startled back to throw fires out to the right through the hands of memes, and it lands in complete firing. Jones had the coverage from behind, shoved memes as it hit him in the hands stops the clock with 24 seconds to go. Dolphins, 13 to 3 leaders reproach halftime. That's not a bad drop by Mims because had he caught it? Byron Jones is right there to tackle the catcher. Basically, no game jets would have been forced to burn a time out like this'll drive has taken up. Five minutes. It's gone 73 yards so far out of the shotgun, Darnell's takes the snap. Even a Gore bouncing inside, turned aside and driven to the ground. As Raekwon Davis made the stop in the middle Jets have to use a time out as the New York run got back to the line of scrimmage. That's it. 3rd and 10 coming up here for the Jets that Raekwon Davis, you dropped out of Alabama, two rookies. He's enormous. He's playing on top of the center. Right now, Connor McGovern and he just force and he just suggested movement. All just engulfed everybody in that place 673 30. I mean it Z same height, maybe about £30 less than Mukai affected. Jets left tackle who's just He's like an aircraft carrier. Back to when he comes to the line. Looks like you know, you watch eighth graders, and there's always the one kid that just giant that's the way he looks like an NFL game. 13 10 of the 20 the Dolphins, Donald takes the shotgun stand in the pocket fires over the middle. It's caught by Crowder tries Don't feel back and get the first down, but he's gonna be short. Taken down at the 11. It looked like initially had it for a first down yardage. The clock continues to move. The Jets will etiquette all the way down to call time out. Hey, stop the clock. With three seconds to go on 1/4 and one they'll bring out the field goal team. New York their third and final of the half. You think the 32nd time out? I think when you're over time when you're only 10 here, I mean, whether you're 13 to 6 or No, I'm not. I know I'm taking the shot. America was fourth one. But there's a lot of things you could do. If they didn't let the clock run down. Time out. You could take the shot to the sideline. Get the first down, still have a play to go to the end zone. Well, here's my thing. Go on on that third down play, that would have been a time to take the shot. The answer is the best place selection here by the Jets, but Give your kicker great chance here to cut his toe. Once for games. Sergio Castillo has been in and out. Take it over for Sam. Thinking this is a field goal attempt that is going to miss to the right. No good. It was just a 29 yard attempt. Castillo, Mrs it to the right and it brings us to the end of the first half. So the Dolphins go to the locker room with.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Not inject yourself justice, So I think I'm gonna be very impressed. Very talented People. President says Democrats are the reason the vacant Supreme Court seat must be filled right away. Unsolicited, not with it. That's all you're gonna need to have nine. Justice himself. Doing it before the election would be a very Republican leaders in the Senate say they will begin hearing soon on the president's nominee, and they say there could be a vote before the November election. All right, The Supreme Court is the topic of our featured audio clip in about 30 seconds. But before we get to that this is from Mara News, but not surprising file this morning. Cindy McCain, wife of the late Senator John McCain, is endorsing Joe Biden for president. That's right. She spoke at the Democratic Convention. Yeah, I don't think anybody all is surprised by this at all. President Trump and John McCain when he was alive, we're not close friends. At all. No known another thing that you men did not. The McCain family despises Trump. So Cindy McCain has endorsed Joe Biden, and that's in the news this morning. Also in the news, the Supreme Court and that is the feature of our featured audio clip at five all five this morning. A number of Democrats in Congress have said that they support packing the Supreme Court with more justices after the election if they win the White House and take over the Senate. To get more liberal justices on the court. Joe Biden refused to say if he supports such a plan, but among those who supported Senator Mazie Hirono, Democrat Hawaii. Here's what she told CNN. It is our featured audio clip this hour. This is long overdue Court reformas.

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"All of the world twenty-four hours a day and bloomberg.com on the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take is Bloomberg Radio losing Bell. Wrong with the world headquarters on Charlotte, There was a down day on Wall Street Stock slumped Airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs at World economy has a long way to go get back on track down for the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S&P 500 index for everyone the gained the tech-heavy NASDAQ gauges dropped off a record intraday high in the afternoon a losing session there at or near session lows has some peace about 34 points down 1.1% NASDAQ retreating from yesterday the record down eighty nine point to drop of nine tenths of 1% the downtown 396 points down one and a half percent lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the year of 12 30 seconds with the yield of .63% gold of twelve dollars an ounce of $0.07 1% $17.90 an ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down to 7:10 to 1% off.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Please don't go there we gotta go to lightning round okay a bunch more questions Okay Charles yes there's going to be the fifteen second universe ooh not the thirty second university go all right fifteen second universe if the universe is infinite how is it still expanding girls go because space and time are not limited by the way we think of space in a box or time on o'clock you can expand continuously as long as you extra dimensions to work with Nice that was real Craig Apple mention car yeah yeah okay okay here we go James Thompson wants to know this if the earth were flat with gravitational pull or even satellite orbit be possible Ooh Ooh I answer is if the earth is flat but it still has mass there's still Center of gravity in the middle of the disk right so you can still have orbits going around it would look very differently from where we are they go very good Corey yes you orbit would have to be sufficiently distant from that disc right so that you didn't really know it was a disc when you're really close then you have half the mass on one side relative to the other and orbits would be very complicated but the farther away you are from it the more it looks like just a point of mass to you cut you okay next time round very good okay okay well here's a great question on the back of what you just said about the disk go how is it that we know that we're not looking at a gallon Lexi on its side or looking at it face front if it's a disc well if you're looking at a disk galaxy and it's on the edgy kind of looks like a cigar right if you're looking face front on it it looks like the circle but then you ask yourself goes at an elliptical galaxy or is that actually a disc that we're seeing on face and family what you do is you have to look to see what the dynamics of the things moving around because if they're swirling and moving in a orderly direction it's a disc but if it's out it's moving around in sort of crazy ways like a hive of bees or something most likely an elliptical galaxy and we see all angles on the sky so that's why we doyle wants to know this I love astronomy because there's always something new to discover could it be possible to have undiscovered laws of what they're were not undiscovered laws of physics we all go home and just have a beer they're absolutely must be laws of physics we have yet to discover absolutely averick mountain buttle today go ahead please I do tell Sir new laws of physics were all discovered historically when there was some phenomenon going on in front of us that we could not explain that's true and there are such so what went faraday move the wire through a magnetic field the needle moved what made that needle namic yeah so I ask you Charles yes there's something tabletop on earth in happening in front of us that we do not understand that it's waiting for a new office if by tabletop you mean the doors laboratory if the laboratory well there's light for example the quantum dual nature duality yeah the duale article away radical duality there are aspects of some of the quantum behavior of products subatomic products that come from the particle accelerator collisions that are still not quite well understood I think I need a new physics it might okay yeah and I will just say that these days a laboratory the laws of physics waiting in the wings go for good yeah okay here we go Marco's cortes wants to know this the earth revolves around the sun the sun revolves. around the center of our galaxy what if anything does our galaxy revolve around we are in the outskirts of we call the virgo super cluster there is a cluster of galaxies called the virgo cluster and then around it is as multiple structured highly diffuse but really clearly existent GLOB of material called Virgo Super Cluster now our orbit in or around the Super Clusters hundred percent clear because it's very hard to measure it's going around it or whether we're going into it or we're going somewhere in between but that's the general answer the virgo suit requested center of which we are part of but not at the centre okay okay all right now chuck Nice that's a good question on the back of that then you add something so earth has been around the sun a please tell me what is time time is one of those mysteries that may be laws of physics can improve on but it can be measured in a bunch of different ways cosmetically speaking it can be measured as emotion from order to disorder that is by the second law thermodynamics it can be measured as going from actually disordered to order where you have a lot of crazy energy going eventually to where you have no background temperature of the universe and more at Patriotair Dot Com star Talk Radio but you didn't hear it from me.

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"30 seconds" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Leaving and never coming back right where's that mosquito no matter what it does when it starts flapping its wings it's bad it's probably my back back on earth right right I hate them okay virus it would probably do it with a whole bunch of news it would probably do it by shipping off a whole bunch of human beings wouldn't just use a virus that would be too subtle take too long and too many variables too many unknown created the virus now even if it creates the virus because when you create viruses viruses mutate things change they move out of the control of the Creator Complex very good point so biology gave for the AI to inject a large amount of kinetic energy into the human ecosystem that would eliminate a substantial portion of the population expand out of Earth's environment and allow humans to live elsewhere safely and freely so that overpopulation never becomes an issue because we can oh anywhere the heck we want to anytime we need more space so that would be really stupid. Ai As artificial stupidity it's like this the whole universe overpopulation is not a problem when you have the whole universe to expand in to get back to get back to work at back to back to where we gotta take a break when we come back the third and last segment of this episode of Star Talk Celebrating My friend and colleague Chuck Lose New Book just came out the Thirty Second Universe we'll be right back Hey we'd like to patriots shoutout to the following Adriaan patrons are Nest Osha Vez and Doug Sherman thank you guys for helping us make this show what it is and if you would like to get your very own patriotic shout go to Patriotdepot DOT COM and support US greenspace inside down to Earth you're listening to start we're back on star talk celebrating the Thirty Second Universe thirty second answers to questions the total scope of the universe that's helped him this which you hope in your book and we collected questions in celebration of that two questions from all frontiers and Charles got to answer them in thirty seconds here we go so actually this one came in specifically for Charles. This is mapping quick Matt Quick wants to know this Charles what was the event or moment in your life that made you fall in love with Comic Book Heroes Oh my thirty-second universe and yeah and they were racks of comics to sitting at the checkouts the supermarkets I remember you remember that and so when I was a young child will my family would go to the supermarket and I would come along and I would convince my parents look I'm just gonNA stand here by the comics and I would just pull one comic at a time and just need them and read them and read them so it was really really fun thing for me to do that sort of how I developed my early appreciation of comics I was not a collector however until one year For Christmas my brother he gave me a comic book he had bought an issue I believe it was avengers number one seventy nine the debut of character called Blood Hawk it was cost thirty five cents at that time he rolled it up really wrapped it up so you know I still remember it to this day and then I own raptors like Oh wow this is great and I enjoyed it was lovely and actually it featured amongst other people the Black Panther well yeah so it was a really really neat experience for me they're even then I didn't start collecting comics until had enough money to buy them that was in ninth grade but I just remember those I did think about how or what kind of superhero might want and we're kinda powers I wanted connectik powers generally my my thought was I would like to be able to move things at a distance not just because it would be power but because I could do nice things the things that I could do maybe not like get cats out of trees kind of Nice because you get off the couch with chief the thing is that you want to move and I I also move it yeah and also one thing about tele kinetic power which I like is that it's can be completely defensive you don't have to hurt anybody a single layered layers says what is the single most mind blowing fact that you can share about the universe in under thirty seconds Charles there are so many Oh my gosh okay I'll pick one that's kind of earth and space sciences that I was recently thinking about.

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20:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Along with us if he's falling towards it it's put them on the handing on it put him on the surface he works out right now you're gravitating services are so strong back answering questions and thirty seconds why because Charles Lou has a book out called the Thirty Second Universe where he and two co authors guests on every page now chuck we left off yes if you've been if you tuned in we left off with salvator baillaud but it's bay or he is indeed span and how do you know because he's broke me a note stuck his reading this the to make the wise it's so he spends indication yes read that really grabbed his question was is bald Hairdo for zero g now buzz cuts better bald is good because it won't fly in your face right but actually the helmet material will stick to your head and if you sweat and you don't have like this the little cushion so you have a little bit hair all right maybe a centimeters worth all around in that sort of cushions and makes you more calm if you're spacewalking if you're in zero g environment whatever it if I'm just floating in the space station bring home it okay fair enough but then but then but then sooner or later put a helmet on right up when you come down when you're out taking nervous you'll sweat on your head yes and not even nervous if people just sweat under heads a lot of us don't is that but because we have hair most of the time that La- sweat doesn't like glisten doesn't get sticky and things like that right saving little tiny bit of hair Sir thank God we're else oh so buzz cuts best in my just to put a little insulating layer between you and whatever you be wearing on your head right a comforting layer all right that was the easy question you didn't thirty seconds otherwise your hair is flying all out here you're doing this right terrible scab big trouble when I commented that Sandra Bullock's hair always knew which way gravity was going in the movie gravity right when everything else is floating around in her hair just state L. Real yes oh that's off toll that it's just I mean seriously I said mysteries of gravity while Sandra Bullock bangs newest way gravity was going that's why I like this show called the expanse because when they're in zero G it's it looks like they're underwater they got they can't control their movements like okay direction like for insist they start drifting to the left no matter what they do arm flailing they keep drifting which is pretty good too I lied to the Ron and Leslie break wind in which case they can then direct there you have to aim it in the right way Oh yeah has that ever been so you have to lower your draws so that it can actually do you can't tell me that you dealt man you would never thought about this Charles here's the thing way forces were if you're wearing pants they like space pants and you let go of wind then it just hits the pants bounces back and there's no net any like escape poll just became your own worst enemy right exactly so you need an escape an exhausting hatch hatch that you lowered down have come out and then you can prepare yourself and the good thing about about flatulence is that it's almost where your center of mass is so would you agree with this so that you push yourself forward so uniformly but if you did it if you like burps heavily you can start rotating backwards if you'd guards but while because you're you're you're that is not near center right so you start rotating you'll still move but you'll also just rotate your celebration is very very slow either way the gas is low compared with the mass of your body right we presume we presume as you don't know what I have you have no there's a guy named Sikorsky who created the thing called the rocket equation you can make the calculation of the Russian Guy three years ago and it turns out to be one of the most significant mathematical equations in all of spaceflight activities wow so okay I think if you live in expanse or if you like traveled through the expanse you have to have some sort of show me like that look if you're in the expanse I zoom everyone who's there has to have some sort of an emergency propulsion system doing house they're stuck right so you gotta have something like maybe maybe some sort of exhaust hats should you have in your pocket and if you need to go somewhere then you just put it on and then you'll be able to transport yourself in case of emergency thank God I ate Broccoli All right next question here we go Paul Weist from where we're we're pose coming to US also he is a Patriot patriot good he says instead of deep thought the answer to the universe what specific question would you ask all powerful Super Computer Ooh I explained thought okay in the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy very classic I radio shows which then was turned into books and movies interesting got a really beautiful multi-part BBC production the whole point of the existence of earth was that there was cuter named deep thought that could answer all kinds of questions but he could not answer the ultimate question to life the universe and everything he gave the answer after thinking about it for millions of years forty two and he said if you actually want the question to the answer then so you have to create an even more amazing supercomputer and that was called Earth and what happened and earth was supposed to be the computer too to solve the question that for which the answer to I didn't know any I didn't get an out of my hands the trumpet drugs where they do and when they came up that's the show did come out in the in that period of time Awesome I'll answer the question the question I would ask what which is did these clothes make me look fat and this is why a true supercomputer like a human brain takes into account not just individual numbers or data that comes in but also the entire ear structure of all the information that it has ever experienced to come up with an answer we all know that if somebody asks you do these does make me look fat they don't want the these a loaded question Roy the computer understands it is a loaded question and answers it in a way that is satisfying victory for the social environment. Then I'll go on an answer ask other questions because then I'll know it actually knows what he's talking about you'll only know that it does you're giving the computer a steppingstone to judge whether it is worthy of your next question correct that's what you're doing that's right okay because it's really important do that and it it doesn't even have to be human better it could be a a Martian version or some other version of like a question that's loaded not content loaded question you ready okay I would ask the Computer Denton Denton Dent because fly like an Arrow or do fruit flies like a banana ah that is the dovish question ever and the a brilliant question to ask a computer because every word is in every place in that sentence in the corresponding down verb location and they mean two completely different things yeah yeah so Charles once the once the computer answers that question satisfactorily what is the single deepest question you can think of asking I would ask it what caused the Big Bang Ooh great question I wouldn't that wouldn't you know so much by knowing what exactly caused was it a quantum fluctuation not interested in any answer to a question we know how to pose so would you ask the computer what is what I would ask the computer does it is it true that if the area of our knowledge grows so too does the perimeter of our ignorance or will the day arrive where that perimeter no longer continues to grow and we ultimately learn every thing there is to know about the universe I wanna know if is everything knowable related to that not whether everything is knowable is the human mind capable bats different understanding of complexities of this universe. That's what I want to know that's a great question because if they say it is possible we all get back to work keep going I don't need the one answer to one question it's like saying the one question we need now is how fast as the universe expanded thing we have that answer now we're onto other questions right so I just an answer to the question we've already posed this more stuff out there and I'm more interested in that okay so is there a sea and I think that I think the answer is we can't I don't think we could would you basing that on here's what I base Tauscher answer on the computer and the reason is because are there things that we can't see like for since dimensions and those things don't exist tell us this is why I'm asking the question well but what I'm saying is but could we the computer Xavier right you say you have access to all the dimensions and your brain is sufficient to to answer questions posed new ones to the point where one day you will Oh everything there is to know about the universe I want to know if that's possible unless we unless we having a conversation with the computer the way we would have a conversation with chip and say to the The chimps says will I ever figure out the universe no you don't have time to tape right there's a limit on how much the chapel ever even though it is own world is doing just chimps pulling termites out of a mound with the stick to an all knowing computer said before we leave this let me just say that the great science fiction writer the late Isaac Asimov wrote very long twenty years yes it one of the most beautiful science fiction short stories I have ever read and it was precisely about a question asked to the greatest of all computers this short story is called the last question I don't even WanNa talk about it to anybody because it is such a cool story and is such short and quick removal everyone should experience I will reread it is an amazing story their mission to the Supernova not not that one ah that's awesome the last question is the last question thank you for that advice this is Sarah Benson Bantus new they say first of all this is the way I should say readers fund you know your your name into this show away phonetically spelled that's right I know help help help a brother out all right here's what she says or he says how come gravity is so weak that a mosquito can fly but so powerful that holds together the entire Galaxy Yeah Charles wonderful question basically gravity has no negative such as say `electricity as both positive charges and negative charges right therefore if you build up enough matter in a location the amount of gravity grows as well without limit so something small like scuitto alright easily overcomes the gravity in its vicinity but if you can put together a huge collection of billions of stars were of matter in a single area or volume that's even thousands of hundreds of thousand lightyears cross perhaps you can cold it all in and you just can't okay the mosquito can lift off the surface of earth but it can't escape hurts gravity right right it can't escape the Milky Way's gravitational well right it can move around in this local vicinity but when you're looking out on the cosmic level it can't escape that gravity is not going to happen that's what by that means escape means going out now all right here we go Hi there this is Angie from London do you think of the distant future artificial intelligence will sort out the appelation growth problem by releasing viruses to kill humans Lou wow no I mean so let's let's next question was about to say let's just take this to its logical conclusions you give of a an ai the task of filling out our population nothing just control and controlling controlling control population and it comes up with the best way to save the human race is to kill off a certain number of people so it's still actually living out a directive without in it's mine harming us but because it's a I it should also have the ability supersede any other directives that you have given it thus far because if it's ultimate goal is to save us it has to now disregard the fact that you don't want to kill a few people this is a classic actually quandary that are author friend Isaac Asimov mentioned in his robotics the three laws of robotics which was essentially an early version of artificial intelligence ethics right all right you said that in the end robots reached such a level of sentence that they realized that there was a superseding ethical law not just to kill but to save humanity from itself if necessary and so what happened in that case was robots did wind up killing people but in a way that you wouldn't have expected is very creative interesting that Isaac did that but are you on claim based I love I call well the thing is if an ai were told you have to control the human population it wouldn't do it with the.

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19:50 min | 1 year ago

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09:40 min | 1 year ago

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"It's sad I just gave you an eight tell me Charles how many did you get in your life there've been a few going way we think but right let if he's many it'll come back to this you know how you can make square ooh wow power over so I'm not I started one we got we got we it was just so water makes a perfect sphere and in a zero g environment because surface tension windsurf attention wins the material of a neutron star itself if you put them new trial for cop out answering that reminds me of the joke that says so little question that mass is needed for planetary body to make itself round so the answer Rene is forty two attack of the answer the specific answer that question to fair answer is fair answer yes is that if the object made of rock it's a couple of hundreds of miles here we go okay thank you know fairness affairs who said we answered seven questions Salvador Bella wants to this that name is bald the best Hairdo for zero we will answer that when we return the first break on this special episode celebrating the release of Charles Lose Book thirty-second Universe.

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The Successful Encore Career Podcast

29:00 min | 3 years ago

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The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Uh after you give your elevator speech to ask questions so i have a bright driscoll who i do a lot of work with he has one of the best elevator speeches because he always ask a question so i don't know d i'm sure you've bet brian so he goes so they brian what do you do hang goes he looks at how many discos have you ever had a bad higher in everybody goes oh my gosh have had a bad higher says will i can help you not do that next time and there's that rings a whole conversation into a now and he did he tell anybody what they did they didn't know because what he does is very complicated so if he started immediately up allied benchmark jobs and i do assessments and all that nobody's to understanding but if but if they started the conversation with him it's it's a it's a really good effective way of doing her elevator speech and he can use that question to any audience the it doesn't even have to be just in place which started gets me to that next part of that are my next question is where do you use elevator speeches people always think oh you only use them in a networking event her at a job fair something like that but you really is at any place a golfing in all you got a foursome 'unity in your golfing you're talking about golf and everything and eventually it comes down to a what do you do ken and then what do you do so you're in an informal situation you're you're doing your elevator speech do you think that one of the issues app sort hangups it people have that meeting elevator speech because your job hunting is they knew what they were in what they did when they were working with our our personality in our uh per per sauna is so ingrained in our job whether we like it the job or not it's you know i did this when i worked at ohio state university or whatever uh they don't have that um foundation to to base their elevator speech we've become hum throughout your but that is the is who they are and they're they're more of but it's hard to bring gutter all of that across.

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The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"And number two um i don't think many particularly mature jobseekers what to look like they're jumping from job to job to job and they see that as jumping went in actuality it's a strategy your strategy absolutely i mean it's first um i mean if you're out of a job and you need money it doesn't really matter how much vitamin b you're putting in your body if you're bleeding in know you've you've really got to focus on what the immediate media's and uh the way to do it is to focus on what will get you in a position while i have a great story i mean we had a a wonderful man came to our job that working group and he was a sales professional and a sales manager and he just could not find a position as a sales manager so he decided to go into the insurance that's us and he got his his series licensee got all these licences and what have you when he was in the insurance business for while and he digested makes sense it did not work with him so he has kind of what i'm what am i going to do and we said we got to focus on what you wanna to go see your family so he got his family together at the dining room table and he put his resume out there and you got family together says here i am this is what i've done in my lifetime this is what i am what do you think i ought to do next and his wife says you've got all these certifications and all these things from your last job have you ever considered working at a bank and the and and it never even occurred to him that banker banks need these types of people so immediately he applied to the huntington got a job within two weeks still there working his way up to where he was previously just by taking a different view of what his skills were right anything keep you do that a lot here and applying for senior says while taken that that third person view rather resume great and it the notion of going to your family and.

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The Successful Encore Career Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"You know how to drive a car yeah right so you could work for an automotive location that needs drivers could be take carded kar wash or napa end and then such than he drivers between their place that has the automotive parts to take to a a uh an auto repair shop could be clear simple simple as that in and and that's the it that simplistic roy but it's that and it could be management skills could be writing skills would be a world i mean above all kinds of different skills um um but but at and all those are are good but but people's wanna start out knowing more about the hard skills that you have and then talk about year transferrable skills so i've used a whole variety of of elevator speeches personally and i've done a tests on on what people remember what people don't so for a long time i used to i sound can lozari put people to work and it was kind of it was a need jingle type thing and then i would go back and i would i would find out what they thought of that and it's is it is a great way to say things but what did they come away with so you know i just met can lazar what what does he do it will he puts people to work will what kind of people what what are those people i mean what does that mean so i even an extra twenty five seconds there i let to us now.

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The Successful Encore Career Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"This is karel than truscott executive director of employment for seniors and ambrosiano and longtime volunteer with employers were seniors thank you for listening to this episode of the successful encore career presented by employment for seniors the premier resource linking mature adults with employment opportunities in central ohio and big thanks to our podcast sponsors they include central ohio area agency on aging planning funding and developing services of make our community places where individuals can live with independence and dignity nationwide insurance protect what matters an innocent a leading provider of call center and customer service jobs matching qualified professionals with rewarding career opportunities we want to thank ken lazar to this episode of our podcast let me tell you a little bit about cans background he is the principal professional recruiter at ability professional network he's also cofounder of the sales connection which is an association four sales professionals can thank you so much for being with us today we've worked together for years and i'm so excited that you are joining us loads or pleasure curl thank you very much for the invitation a ruler of appreciate your heavenly on the on the show we're going to have a great day today i hope so well let's dive right into our topic for the podcast the 30second elevator speech what is it well it's it's what you say when somebody says what are you do and and what what you want them to remember you by what you how you want to present herself shorer signature speech ieng what you do what you are that type of thing you is it really thirty seconds or what's the guideline.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Bite into a near like squirt gum like gel into your mouth that like that be a good idea actually for key towns i get you the common at squirts ketones into your mouth that's disturbing reality koa kito scored anyway uh before this digress is key towns exogenous tetons we've that's a horse we've kind of beaten to death on this podcast but um these exogenous ketones so they they don't contrary to popular belief work as a magical weightloss upland the they can help to get you into a higher state of ketosis when you consume an exogenous kitone they they can get you into that state where you're utilizing ketones for cognitive effect or for an energy fact or for an appetite regulating effect but they're not going to necessarily burn fat off the body unless you actually are in a state of calorie deprivation for example know they do help to sustain weight loss by regulating hormones that affect way like you know for example there's this woman called coal assist a keinan or c c k that get gets released by your intestines after you eat and that's responsible for stimulating fat and protein digestion and it inhibits the emptying of the stomach and that reduces appetite to it turns out it's a really good regulator of food intake and it turns out that both the consumption of exogenous key towns as well as being in ketosis can raise levels of c c k meaning eating akito genic diet or consuming exogenous key towns can really help you avoid food cravings so that that's in a one one thing that accidents key tons can actually do an along with just an overall appetite suppression it turns out they may have a little bit of a blood sugar stabilizing effect as well um i've written before about the longevity enhancing effects of exogenous kitone supplementation because of that calorie restriction mimicking effect that we brought up earlier and so there's there's a lot of.

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