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"40 percent" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Flicks in the past six months. Linked in rules out new job tools. To help job seekers amid coronavirus pandemic Microsoft with Jones linked in estimated two, hundred, fifty, million jobs. Could be lost this year worldwide. That's an incredible number. Two hundred and fifty million jobs by this Chinese pandemic this Chinese 'cause Chinese developed Chinese spread. Disease. Microsoft estimate two, hundred, fifty, million jobs. We lost over this year, the covid nineteen pandemic suffer on the hundred and forty million out of work and other one point, six, billion at risk. Let us not forget who caused this. Let us not forget. Ample wraps up to build own search engine to rival Google. Oh. I Financial Times report says there's growing evidence of apples effort to develop its own search engine. You know one thing I'm being no aid by Apple. and. I'll like. Hey S I, R I. Show me. This destination. And then I'll be like, hey. Get Me Direction St-. Show me the destination on a map a say get me directions to this destination in. It won't do it. It refuses. I have to. Load maps up type in what I'm looking for find Sir I cannot get. S I R I To give me a mapping location I driving me nuts it's like it's gone stupid. It has gone stupid. The best region free players for DVD or BLU ray. Now, if you're change if you're trading DVD's and BLU rays, you might need yourself one of these region free players and There's a bunch of them on the market you know that right? The one, the Sony BP s thirty, two hundred. That one is a hundred and sixty five dollars in its region free. So I don't know if you're running against any region issues before but if you do the R. DVD or Blu Ray players out there, that will play any region. There's new APP out there to help you donate money. Even if you're on a budget thirteen-year-old developer created an athlete, you watch as exchange for donating money to a cause of your choice. So To interesting. 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The Pandemic Has Researchers Worried About Teen Suicide

Dave Ramsey

03:11 min | 1 year ago

The Pandemic Has Researchers Worried About Teen Suicide

"The leading cause of death among our youth age 10 to 14 is suicide. And I think this is an absolute tragedy. In addition to what's going on in our veteran community and our are under served communities And this is where I think he's right. But the aggressive approach the aggressive steps we took to save lives, and now the expressive steps that we need to take to save livelihood. We understand what isolation does to people. We understand what happens to people adults as well. Within that leads to this depression. That leads to a lot of these things. What are we going to do about it other than say, when its sacred, the governor said opening schools can help, But the phrase here when it's safe is what was a little bit frustrating. We do believe inside the school environment when it's safe. The teacher The counselor. The parents, the piers can all be helpful in identifying someone who is suffering from depression or a mental health breakdown. In addition to the counselors and the therapist on that our young people can then access Those services. So when you say when it's safe, we met the bench marks. This is the part of this that is so frustrating. For the students that fit into the categories that were given here. And you're going to hear some statistics in a moment from Dr Cara Crist. And you can hear the emotion in her voice reading these If you've got a child that fits into these categories. In the classroom is the place that can fix it. And the numbers are where they are all of them in the place that they said they needed to be for schools to open. Why are we not doing it? This? Listen to what what Dr Chris has to say. And the emotion in her voice in 20 19/40 percent of Arizona students. Reported feeling sad or hopeless for almost every day. For two or more. This is higher than the national Estimate of 36.7%. And almost 21% of the high schoolers responded. And indicated that they had contemplated suicide. 16% had made a plan. 10% reported a suicide attempt. And 4% reported that the attempt resulted in an injury that required medical attention. The idea that This could be going on in your own home scares every parent and we all understand that there may be someone that our child will talk to it. It might not be us for a number of reasons doesn't mean there's any kind of a bad relationship. There's just a multitude of resource is they're around. They're professionals that are able to see these things and to notice them and do something about it. There's a number of things that this isolation has done that has been detrimental. That didn't mean that the nice isolation didn't need to happen necessarily. But there are pros and cons to everything and you have to weigh the benefits. You have to weigh the risk reward and

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CDC says 40 percent of Americans surveyed tried using bleach to wash food to prevent coronavirus

Perspectives

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

CDC says 40 percent of Americans surveyed tried using bleach to wash food to prevent coronavirus

"The CDC survey finds nearly forty percent of Americans say they've engaged in risky behaviors to avoid catching or spreading the coronavirus including gargling with bleach solutions other dangerous things Americans admit to doing including cleaning their food with bleach inhaling household cleaners and spring their bodies with disinfectant spray bottom line use common sense using disinfectants and cleaners as they're

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At least 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths in California are from eldercare homes, state reveals

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

At least 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths in California are from eldercare homes, state reveals

"Nearly half of all coronavirus deaths in California or from elderly care facilities new public health data shows that nearly six hundred nursing home residents in the state have died of complications related to covert

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"40 percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"40 percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"We we get three guard yeah they are they allowed to disregard the humanity in light of all of the billions of people that live in the surrounding towns no no one is and that's not what we're saying my name is thanks for the call to New Jersey won a one point five once again you know it's the stores going to closure is everyone all stores we went grocery stores closed at noon Murphy makes the order grocery stores closed at noon the stores need to shore up the online delivery hire more drivers or whatever so that people are safer they can order from the house I mean come on I gotta tell you this you order at home you have no social contact with anybody you go online your do your food to call in an order your food is okay to use a phone right call in order your food it comes to your house and everybody's happy and much safer your thoughts one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five M. Steve travel east seven thirty now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one finds on calm during governor Murphy's daily update he announced more devastating news for new Jerseyans as the death toll from the virus climbed twenty three percent overnight to over one thousand two hundred and thirty Murphy said more than forty four thousand positive cases have been identified in this state about three thousand cents yesterday after governor Murphy gave municipalities and counties the ability to restrict short term rentals in booking hotels in response to the pandemic a number of shore towns are using the order Cape May city in seaside heights are among the first to put bans into effect after Murphy's order went into place more than forty thousand retired in trained medical workers have volunteered to help treat patients at Jersey hospitals that have become crowded with coded nineteen patients state health commissioner Judy person Shelley says the response has been great but many more volunteers are still needed we had staffed about twenty thousand beds were bringing up another ten thousand beds just simple math we need a lot more a surgeon could nineteen patients is expected to take place during the next two weeks especially in north Jersey I'm Chad Robinson download our free app to listen live anywhere and get instant New Jersey news weather and traffic from New Jersey one one point five full Jersey you will your real news here is the one at one point it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the paging me it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your.

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About 40 percent of U.S. adults are obese, government survey finds

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

About 40 percent of U.S. adults are obese, government survey finds

"More than forty percent of American adults are obese according to new government survey as AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it's not one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie

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"40 percent" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"To insider trading giuliani subpoenaed and trump on civil war i'm your host and with today jordan coburn lou and amanda reader hello hey amanda how are you i'm well welcome back to lisa is all bakke shown so you're filling in for her thank you for that you look him i got a lot of emails asking how to subscribe to the daily beans feed so that you don't have to rely on the muller she wrote feuding your daily beans and it's pretty simple whatever podcast platform you use whether it's apple podcasts sir stitcher or whatever just go to the search function and search for daily beans and then click on it and hit subscribe and then you are subscribed on the the daily beans feed if you are a patron on our page on then you can actually get both of them in the same feed so if you are a pitcher in that doesn't change yeah you're you're you're patron feed doesn't move and and whatever feed pasted your premium feed into that doesn't ashley we would still like you to absolutely subscribe to that feed because we we have probably way more listeners than it saying that we do but that's what we ran our charting africa that's how we get to be like number ten news pod pod so it really helps us out going daily beans everywhere yeah actually when you're at home at thanksgiving or halloween or whatever you should definitely pick up your trump supporting families devices devices and subscribe to daily beans on those as well we have a lot of news today it was a shit show wrapped in a tornado wrapped in the tasmanian devil and i we let's just hit the hot notes hot notes ask democrats are ramping up their impeachment inquiry adam schiff chair of the house permanent select committee on intelligence house committee is eyeing trump's phone call with putin the one you know that the guy was like or whoever i think formulas officials that have access to that code protected classified database there's a call in therefrom NBS one that we know of in one from putin that he hid in there and schiff is really interested in the putin cau- as we already know anonymous former high levels white house sources have come forward to the press telling us that it's in their beyond the ukraine call and and the meeting with the oval office meeting with kislyak lavrov between trump trumpet that's in there too so he's eyeing that system i don't know why he doesn't just issue a subpoena for all the calls that are in that system but right now he's just i sort of saying we want to see what's in there yeah so do we make a subpoena yeah i guess it could be seen as an overreach assuming the best and thinking there are things that legitimately deserve to even be in the system in the first place which is a stretch yeah i agree with you like i maybe he's just kind of figuring figuring out how to do that properly yeah that's all i can think of and so now shift once those transcripts but like i said subpoena has not i've been issued at least so far as we know but now russia is chiming in saying it would have to give permission for donald trump to release the details of one of one of their one one phone conversations with putin this statement comes from dmitry peskov and if he sounds familiar he's all over the muller report as the press contact that felix sater's michael cohen canoed with on trump tower moscow oh oh shit scoff well so what if it stuff about trump tower moscow oh oh my god peskov spoke with journalists monday and said if any release of some that any release of summaries or transcripts is only possible with the mutual agreement of both sides because diplomatic practice does not allow for the publication of these records so if the americans send send us signals we'll discuss it trump and putin have at least eleven calls several meetings since trump took office all of which we learned from russian state journalists because american can media was not allowed in the room i don't know of any rules that would prevent trump from complying with subpoena of the call memos and transcripts though i'm sure trump will just claim executive privilege because i'm sure he doesn't want to get out anymore than putin does i love that russia's trying to say that they need to put a seal of approval on like really i didn't know that's how it worked yeah oliver and intelligence now goes through all the other countries i apparently yeah we would have liked to have given you permission to interfere in elections but we didn't have that option so exactly exactly and that's what you get that is really funny that's like a having a history of breaking and entering and then being like you didn't ring the doorbell you piece of shit also like suspicious at all yeah right yeah nothing to see here except for you need permission to see any of this this is totally how innocent people act as louis they hype things any code classified systems is and then you refuse to talk about them yeah and then tweet all night about it we'll get to his tweets oh my god right and it just happens to be with the country that we have the most controversy with most conspiratorial conspiratorial did word conspiratorial yet is cool no bags hey miriam webster conspiratorial get on it also i love how they tweet out beans stuff randomly listen yeah did you also see their punctuation yeah post hyphen gate tweets are hurting the english language no cunanan would say they're coded and only geniuses can crack it also money we learned that the house intelligence committee has subpoenaed pena d- colluding rudy giuliani we expected this as the impeachment inquiry escalates and had wondered if they'd call him to testify as well we're talking about what kind of a witness he would make on the last is beans the democrats are asking for communications texts surrounding giuliani's involvement in urging ukrainian officials to launch an investigation into trump's political opponent joe biden citing his CNN in an interview when he said of course i of course i did of course i asked the ukrainians to look into joe biden right because he had like actually just said the said he didn't like the second before that in the letter shift breaks down a list of over two years of documents that they want giuliani has until october fifteenth to produce the documents and texts and more broadly the intelligence this committee the house foreign affairs committee and the oversight committees have issued letters for the deposition of three of giuliani's associates i think giuliani will claim attorney client privilege here but the three associates associates giuliani might not have that option so i feel like october fifteenth when i read that day i was i guess he was kind of far out considering how fast this is all moving yeah and that's a really good would point and and they had mentioned i think adam schiff had said in an interview or in the letter that they're giving him two weeks because it's so much two years documentation right that's true you have to be fair ish to entirely fair give yeah you know it's part of that ironclad due process thing yeah that thing only democrats follow yeah i'm sorry what a new process what we also learned that mike pompeo was listening in on the call between trump and zilenski though he's lied several times to the press about it you remember when he was asked like what what is this report what's this you know this transcript this report whistleblower report he's like you're talking about report i haven't seen and now we know how he was acting so weird and is because he was on the fucking call he was on it listening right yeah didn't say anything yeah unless i was in the ellipses those are the parts of them were left borrow size redacted in bars call memo air quotes he lives in the ellipses we're all his sketchy be ulysses and john bolton's mustache new impeachment polling is out showing that nearly half of americans say trump should be impeached each to move from office forty seven percent say forty seven percent say trump should be impeached and removed from office only forty five percent are opposed which means now for for the first time more americans favor impeachment than do not and forty seven percent who favor that's up from forty one percent in just may that increase is not because of democrats the poll poll shows the increasing number of republicans independence supporting trump's removal from office or responsible for that increase democrats have been on that train young we were into impeachment before it was cool calm mhm independent supporting impeachment is up eleven points and republicans are up eight points sixty percent of americans under thirty five support impeachment forty eight percent of americans say trump his abused his power to gain political advantage against biden this is bad when the report came out i think impeachment ticked up maybe like two points it's great that it's going up and this is a huge number but the fact that it's not over fifty s pretty shocking to me for the only yeah but i mean this whole whistle blower complaint only came out four days ago right true that's true there are some people that are coming back from the bahamas new everyone is like feeding the news through an IV drip into their bodies like us so yeah number will continue to shift yeah usually gotta give it a couple of weeks for the poll i think we'll be over fifty percent the next time they will i think so too especially with all these headlines coming i to like yeah they're not they're not stopping pay you this hold the state department was in on it yes juliani was right apparently which i will be the hero yeah i am a whistle blower what yeah what kind of what got a lawyer for the presidency is like hey by the way the entire cabinet is corrupt oft defense it's not just us and i do want to mention briefly about who's the whistleblower and who's not because a lot of people are like these are the real whistle blowers and they'll throw up chelsea elsie manning and snowed in assange here's the thing in order to be legit whistle blower to have the title of whistleblower you have to follow the rules in the whistleblower missile blower protection act of your agency and you can't go to the press that's one thing that takes away your whistleblower status i ah we agree with it or not that's just the rules and so like when the guy from the rand corporation released the pentagon papers to the new york times and then the washington post that he you know we i don't think we had whistleblower protection at that point yet because the whistleblower protection act came from the nixon administration right but even if we did at that point he would not have been protected by whistleblower status he wouldn't have whistleblower status he wouldn't have a right to anonymity under the law he wouldn't be able to avoid jail retaliation lose his job etc those are all written in into the laws and you and you have to specifically and that's what the DNA was testifying to y- this whistleblower followed the letter of the whistleblower protection act for the intelligence community and therefore deserves the moniker whistle blower so i just wanted to clarify that because i see a lot of people were like there's other whistle blowers out there so giuliani i'm sorry you're not a whistle blower i don't work for the government you can you can't have whistleblower protection if you don't work for the government and so if you're you're sitting there working at mcdonalds thinking that you've been retaliated against you can't get whistleblower protection i'm sorry unless it's a mcdonald's contracted in like the department of defense or RAV base or something right so i asked macdonald it's the oval office okay he's hamburgers see that in the news i put in a bowling alley obama put it a basketball court trump into mcdonalds the entire west wing by the way signs with upside down golden arches mcdonagh west wing yeah do you need some three AM fries no hey i want to the president's like door according to the white house oh thanks right they've got to largest pizza now i think leads secret service yeah that's or they have an entire kitchen probably with like world-class food doesn't eat there yeah no that's very true i was saying obama though right classy classy but as michelle obama seem like she ate muesli or something like a fancy breakfast like sheets muesli milk berries and overnight it's you know what i mean it's kind of woman who has together definitely one hundred percents anyway goals yeah i don't know what malania probably strictly cayenne peppers children yeah yeah yeah she's the sucky best okay she's eating some then still walking around also today monday mcconnell has again said he will take up impeachment in the the senate used the words i will have no choice he says under the senate rules we are required to take it up the house go if the house does go down that path and we'll follow the senate rules so i think his choice of words there no pun intended where he says i will have no choice is a kind of a big clue into where he's at because he didn't say anything about this hoax he whistle blower or this bullshit thing he just said i will have no choice but to do this i feel like that's sort of a clarion call or a dog whistle missile to the other senators saying this gets you off the hook for having to support this president i could be reading too much into it but that would be a huge one eighty for him it already is because he's already said i'm not taking it up in the senate if you impeach him yeah so yeah i don't know we'll see and let's switch gears real quick to a story that did not doc at any attention last week thursday with little fanfare trump replaced labor secretary alex costa aleksic kosta illegally made a deal with epstein lawyers in his case when he was US attorney rainy down in florida and basically he he broke the law by failing to notify the victims.

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A decade after the recession, 40 percent of families still struggle

Radio From Hell

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

A decade after the recession, 40 percent of families still struggle

"Four in ten Americans face what economists are calling material hardship. That's forty percent of US families including middle class households sometimes struggle to afford, housing utilities, food or health care, nearly one in five families said that they had experienced difficulty paying for food or medical care about sixty percent of low income people surveyed by the NIA of the nonpartisan think tank said that they couldn't pay all of their bills. Sometimes this is after ten years of what is it after the recession? About forty percent say we had things have not improved for us, and those ten years as a matter of fact, they've either stayed the same or gotten

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Sexual assault in military spiked nearly 40 percent

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Sexual assault in military spiked nearly 40 percent

"According to a new report released by the Pentagon sexual assaults across the military jumped nearly thirty eight percent in two thousand eighteen th report which surveyed both men and women from the army navy airforce marines. Estimated the twenty thousand five hundred members of those services experienced unwanted sexual contact last year. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and outs. Additional steps. The Pentagon would try to take to actively reduce and attempt to eliminate. What has been a major issue for

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Carlyle to buy 30-40 percent stake in Cepsa from Abu Dhabi's Mubadala

BTV Simulcast

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Carlyle to buy 30-40 percent stake in Cepsa from Abu Dhabi's Mubadala

"Some brake lights hitting the Bloomberg all moved by the Abu Dhabi Investment arm. Currently we were getting news that they're going to sell the Cepsa stake to Carlisle Carlisle is to acquire a stake in sets up for a price tag of twelve billion dollars that has gone read now on the terminal as well. So the Carlisle group confirming that they are going to buy a stake insteps from Abu Dhabi's moved by dollar was long. Understood that was not quite sure what they were going to do with Cepsa after the IPO was pushed, but now confirmation that they are selling a stake in the company to the Carlisle

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ImmunoGen drug fails cancer study, shares slide 40 percent

WBZ Midday News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

ImmunoGen drug fails cancer study, shares slide 40 percent

"Right now, the price hit a new fifty two week low losing about half its value after the company reported that its ovarian cancer treatment failed in a late stage trial, a mutagens says the drug had a higher initial response rate, but did not lead to a longer survival rate without the disease spreading right now. Shares of immunogen are down about forty six percent and

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"40 percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"You've ever run a marathon or survived a natural disaster or given birth. You know that your body is capable of much more than you think. One US navy seal has turned this idea into a life hack that you can use to achieve mental toughness. It's called the forty percent rule. And it's pretty simple when your mind says you're done you're only forty percent done. The idea came from a navy seal named David Goggin 's and some people call him the toughest man alive. I mean, he's an iron man triathlete who finished fifth in the one hundred and thirty five mile bad water ultra marathon in death valley, and he used to hold the record for most pull ups completed in twenty four hours, a billionaire named Jesse it slur paid Goggin to live with him for a month and teach him how he did it all the first day. He was there Goggin asked. It's slur. How many pull ups he could do? Here's what it's ler said happened next quote. I'm not great at pull ups. I did about eight. He said, okay, take thirty seconds and do it again. So thirty seconds later. I got up on the bar. I did six struggling he said. All right, one more time, we waited thirty seconds, and they barely got three or four, and I was done unquote and Goggin told him they weren't leaving until he did one hundred. It's ler thought he'd never do it. But he did thus. The forty percent rule Goggin would say that when your mind is telling you, you're done, you're really only forty percent done and believe it or not there's some scientific research to support this idea. A number of studies have found that the placebo effect has a big impact on sports performance. That is if you think something will improve your performance, they probably will the moral of the story is the next time. You think you can't do anymore? Remember that you probably

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"40 percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"The first time ever. Scientists have taught an algorithm to translate thoughts into recognizable speech. Yeah. Researchers at Columbia University and Hofstra north wells school of medicine have made human thoughts. Audible and this groundbreaking research has big implications for medicine. The breakthrough relies on what's called a VO Kotor, that's the same technology. That powers our robot. Butlers like, Alexa, and Siri. A VO coder is just a computer algorithm that can synthesize human speech. And in this case the research team taught such an algorithm to recognize and translate brainwave patterns in a person's auditory cortex into speech. The auditory cortex is the part of the brain. That's activated when we speak and listen. And importantly, when we imagine speaking and listening in other words, when we think I'm over simplifying this a little since the definition of thought is actually an open philosophical question. But in the context of this study, I'm talking about what's called inner speech or language, we've actively called to mind, so like your brain can picture a sun flower. But that's not the type of verbal thought. This study was focused on for the researchers to teach the voter how to translate verbal thoughts. They used brain scans that were taken during routine brain surgeries on epileptic patients. They tracked the activity in the auditory cortex of those patients while they listen to various people read sentences out loud overtime. The scans taught the voter to match neural activity to simplify speech so far it can quote unquote, read the numbers zero through nine from brain activity alone next. Researchers plan. To experiment with other words in sentences. That's a big breakthrough of course. But the other groundbreaking part is that the voters robo voice can translate brainwaves reliably in intelligibly the team found that people could understand and repeat the sounds the voter made about seventy five percent of the time. I can barely get Syria to understand what I'm saying that often the technology is great because one day it could help people who can't speak connect with the world. Whether they've lost that ability because of a stroke LS or some other illness or injury, the research is still in the early stages, but someday this code technology could be built into an implant that could help patients communicate just by thinking. And ideally, it would only translate thoughts on command. Because if you think online privacy is hard to keep right now, imagine if you had a device that could literally translate your thoughts could be trouble really, hoping they focus hard on that whole on-command part.

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The 40 Percent Rule

Curiosity Daily

01:39 min | 2 years ago

The 40 Percent Rule

"You've ever run a marathon or survived a natural disaster or given birth. You know that your body is capable of much more than you think. One US navy seal has turned this idea into a life hack that you can use to achieve mental toughness. It's called the forty percent rule. And it's pretty simple when your mind says you're done you're only forty percent done. The idea came from a navy seal named David Goggin 's and some people call him the toughest man alive. I mean, he's an iron man triathlete who finished fifth in the one hundred and thirty five mile bad water ultra marathon in death valley, and he used to hold the record for most pull ups completed in twenty four hours, a billionaire named Jesse it slur paid Goggin to live with him for a month and teach him how he did it all the first day. He was there Goggin asked. It's slur. How many pull ups he could do? Here's what it's ler said happened next quote. I'm not great at pull ups. I did about eight. He said, okay, take thirty seconds and do it again. So thirty seconds later. I got up on the bar. I did six struggling he said. All right, one more time, we waited thirty seconds, and they barely got three or four, and I was done unquote and Goggin told him they weren't leaving until he did one hundred. It's ler thought he'd never do it. But he did thus. The forty percent rule Goggin would say that when your mind is telling you, you're done, you're really only forty percent done and believe it or not there's some scientific research to support this idea. A number of studies have found that the placebo effect has a big impact on sports performance. That is if you think something will improve your performance, they probably will the moral of the story is the next time. You think you can't do anymore? Remember that you probably

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New Algorithm Can Turn Thoughts Into Speech

Curiosity Daily

02:36 min | 2 years ago

New Algorithm Can Turn Thoughts Into Speech

"The first time ever. Scientists have taught an algorithm to translate thoughts into recognizable speech. Yeah. Researchers at Columbia University and Hofstra north wells school of medicine have made human thoughts. Audible and this groundbreaking research has big implications for medicine. The breakthrough relies on what's called a VO Kotor, that's the same technology. That powers our robot. Butlers like, Alexa, and Siri. A VO coder is just a computer algorithm that can synthesize human speech. And in this case the research team taught such an algorithm to recognize and translate brainwave patterns in a person's auditory cortex into speech. The auditory cortex is the part of the brain. That's activated when we speak and listen. And importantly, when we imagine speaking and listening in other words, when we think I'm over simplifying this a little since the definition of thought is actually an open philosophical question. But in the context of this study, I'm talking about what's called inner speech or language, we've actively called to mind, so like your brain can picture a sun flower. But that's not the type of verbal thought. This study was focused on for the researchers to teach the voter how to translate verbal thoughts. They used brain scans that were taken during routine brain surgeries on epileptic patients. They tracked the activity in the auditory cortex of those patients while they listen to various people read sentences out loud overtime. The scans taught the voter to match neural activity to simplify speech so far it can quote unquote, read the numbers zero through nine from brain activity alone next. Researchers plan. To experiment with other words in sentences. That's a big breakthrough of course. But the other groundbreaking part is that the voters robo voice can translate brainwaves reliably in intelligibly the team found that people could understand and repeat the sounds the voter made about seventy five percent of the time. I can barely get Syria to understand what I'm saying that often the technology is great because one day it could help people who can't speak connect with the world. Whether they've lost that ability because of a stroke LS or some other illness or injury, the research is still in the early stages, but someday this code technology could be built into an implant that could help patients communicate just by thinking. And ideally, it would only translate thoughts on command. Because if you think online privacy is hard to keep right now, imagine if you had a device that could literally translate your thoughts could be trouble really, hoping they focus hard on that whole on-command part.

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How Germany got to 40 percent renewable electricity

Climate Cast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

How Germany got to 40 percent renewable electricity

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Germany reaches forty percent renewable energy. What can we learn from that energy transition? I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul hutler. This is climate cats. Germany produced forty percent of its electric power from renewables in twenty eighteen emissions. There are on pace to fall sixty two percent from nineteen ninety levels by twenty fifty. That's an unthinkable greenhouse gas reduction pace here in the US. But in Germany, many say that's not fast enough. Toby mature is founder and director of energy consultant e three analytics in Berlin, we talked via Skype about power and emissions trends in Germany wind power is the largest slice of the pie. But one of the remarkable things of Germany's overall energy transition is that they've succeeded where a lot of other countries in a lot of other parts of the world haven't done as well. And that's really diversifying as fully the different sources of renewable energy that they draw from. So it's not just wind. Not just solar. They've really gone for the full basket of domestically available renewable resources. So Germany is well ahead of the US. With government action on climate how about public opinion on climate solutions. How is it different? From the US awareness is dawning more and more that climate is starting to have very real impacts on things like agricultural output. Yeah. We had our dry summer in decades in Germany and a lot of farmers have seen reduced yields pretty much across the board. And when it starts to really have those kinds of across the board impacts on rural communities on farmers on on on average citizens through higher food prices people. I think recognize the need here more. So than in North America. I think in general for really taking action on climate change. I think in Germany in particular. They've also seen the benefits of taking climate change seriously by investing in the energy transition. They've been able to create a lot of jobs, and that I think has been really critical ingredient to maintaining public support at such high levels us. Site, Germany as a leader in the energy transition much farther, along than the US, what can the US learn about what Germany has done so far one of the key ingredients to making it work and also to making it popular has been the citizens can invest themselves. So it's not just large utility companies or large foreign investors building big projects to achieve the goals at the government sets out in the beginning. The whole transition was driven very much from the bottom up by individuals and communities and farmers who could put their own money on the table. Go to the Bank at alone and invest in new sources of generation and earn a decent return doing. So I think that's really one of the key ingredients that many other countries have continued to struggle to get right is making it such that the participation can be broad in the energy transition. And I think that's really at the heart of what's made Germany, so successful Toby tour founder and director of energy. Consultant E three analytics in Berlin. Thanks for sharing your insight today. Thanks ball. A pleasure. My name is Shannon Mortenson. And I am the city administrator for the city of Warren, which is in the northwest corner of the state population of sixteen hundred people for three years, we've traveled over Germany learn what they're doing for climate protection measures in the North Rhine-Westphalia state. And that really is kind of what catapulted how we approach energy conservation and sustainability in Warren now, you know, you've traveled over to Germany you've learned what they're doing. And it just gives you some credence in what you're doing back in your community. People are interested. It's a conversation starter are shining project right now is we are doing thermal imaging with drones with Northland college. Our plan is to take that data allow residents to come in and see where their energy losses. So they can do the energy upgrades. They need to their homes as long as they see a direct benefit. They are all on board. I mean, there's climate change is happening. Of course, you can have lots of different conversations on your thoughts on climate change. But something is happening. And if it isn't that much of an effort to change our life is that could make a difference for future generations. I don't know. What's wrong with them? That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.

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"40 percent" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"On today's podcast. Gary gives us four reasons why eighty percent of NFL players go bankrupt. This is the Gary v audio experience crosswalk. Ages. Me. This is framed around eighty percent of football players. But the reality is it's all it's also eighty percent of startups. It's eighty percent of trust fund babies. It's eighty percent of individuals or situations where a lot of monies come in. And the reality is the person is not thinking long term is not making strategic decisions in the short term for the long term is worried about optics on the outside. Floss thing is no different than buying a huge office for a startup. It's all perceptions to check the box of insecurities, then manifested in bad short-term behavior at the expense of long-term upside. I hope you enjoy this. And whether you're a football player or an athlete or just somebody who's in a situation where some dollars or coming in in the short term, but your Volna Rable to the macro whether that's injuries or the global economy be thoughtful if you're done watching this. Number one players not taking advantage of creating networks. The level of taking for granted. What you're sitting on is extraordinarily the amount of business men and women thought leaders people that this place is religion to are willing to have a conversation with you look at you totally different today than they will in three or four years to me the leverage of being a ball player here. Like you are now and every classmate wants to talk to you wants to have some sort of relationship. And I know that ninety percent of them are going to have more leverage than you and five or seven years. I just want you to strike we are going to build a very disruptive sports agency. Make more money off the field for these actually anybody's ever done because we'll do a lot small deals, we're gonna hustle. We're not just rely on Puma Reebok Nike Under Armour and Panini sports cards. So it's going to come to us in waves. But that's how just personal relationships. D R A Y of. College are the people people are the game in life. That's how life actually plays out number two players. Not developing a personal brand. I'm all about you playing fortnight. Look, I'm all about you talking to those girls on DM. I'm all about that. I mean it, but allocating allocating time to leverage your moment to understand what you're actually sitting on the leverage of the brand that this has been created. That's something you can learn here that you can use for the rest of your life. I think that there's a couple of ways to think about making money, you can make money as an entrepreneur and business person, which I've done you build and you sell stuff you start a business. There's also you've got enough just enough level of fame to be you and make money. What does that mean? That means we can help you with us a little bit. Can you get paid two thousand dollars to give talk in the northwest? That's brand most lives, right? Heck, I think j. Jalen might end up making more money post is playing career giving public speeches of being the first guy that signed with this new form demeanor thing like this is we're really going to change it. Listen, I I have a bigger I got more money on a shoe deal from case with the ninety nine percent of the players in the NFL number three players making bad investments with their money. You know, what's tough is like, but we don't talk about now is post that lasts collective bargaining agreement. Like rookies aren't making that much money. Like, you're making money. I mean when you got nothing hundreds of thousands is real. But like, you get you guys. Everybody knows everybody knows the stories like you start getting those forty seven phone calls. Jalen ribs may have been right. Linebacker from Tennessee kid that we represent Alabama or sports fourth round pick his phone blows up when he gets wrapped fourth round..

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"40 percent" Discussed on PTI

PTI

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on PTI

"Because both these teams could be going under some people. I believe that if the Packers don't make the playoffs that's probably from Mike McCarthy, and he's been with Arron Rogers to a Super Bowl win from more than a decade now with the passing of Paul Allen is going to be somebody else's going to own Seattle. And maybe somebody's going to say the Pete Carroll. You've had enough time. Charleston say I'm here. Anyway, maybe. USC at this point. I think we may be looking at change for both those teams, what do you think I think so we can be talking about a double knockout, you know, that rare situation where even the winner this game. Yeah. There could be such a Trish in. They don't look like New Orleans, Tony they don't they don't. And so that's sort of standard right now in the NFC heart attack of the Packers being out that would make me happy though, the Philadelphia seventy Sixers loss last night in Jimmy Butler debut Butler had fourteen points and four rebounds. But a mediocre Orlando team pulled away late and beat the Sixers. Meanwhile, the timber wolves to those since the left Karl Anthony towns had twenty five points and sixteen rebounds. And Minnesota the good Team New Orleans. We'll another any judgments you feel comfortable making about this juxtaposition, not permanent ones. But the early returns would suggest as we already thought Karl Anthony towns Wiggins, which is rather be free of Jimmy Butler. I think they were chafing now. That's what the short term results might suggest. I I don't know how feel about it. I mean, we still got to see how the two new members. Covington charge are going to fit in a longer space in Minnesota. And the Sixers Tony look I expect Jimmy Butler defined his legs pretty quickly by like the next game. Again, I don't need to make a grand declaration here. But unlike some others, I think that this trait is going to be really good for Philadelphia and not so bad for Minnesota at least. So we spend a lot of time talking about Jimmy Butler. I am suffering from Jimmy Butler fatigue. I know you're not because you loved him when he was with with the bulls. But I would ask you how many championships he won. And the answer is none. I mean, what has he truly accomplished? And the answer is he's been a pretty good player. His problem with the Sixers, and he should make them much better. Because he is good player. His problem with the Sixers. It's not gonna be him. It's gonna be Embiid and Simmons react to him. And if it gets too bad situation, the situation in Minnesota was toxic. They are much better without him. That doesn't mean they're a great team. It means without him much better. Carl Anthony towns for example, fifty game seven rebounds and shooting sixty four percent over these two games. Jimmy Butler had to go there might if they both end up. Let's say finishing fourth or fifth in their conferences going to look bad for Jimmy Butler. Not Adelphia Tony Philadelphia. Head better finish fourth in its conference because third or fourth because that's how good they ought to. They should be. Okay. So that's the team. To play their two players, right? They too good. Tony. Minnesota's gonna struggle to make the playoffs. We'll say new players are not what. Speaking of watch watch out. Maybe it's time to break up. The lakers. They won their fourth straight last night winning at home against Portland. So now they've won six out of seven and look the fish it if not dominant, but Rajon Rondo figures to be out at least a month with a broken hand. Tony is that going to slow the Lakers role or does the bronze performance and the teams convince you that their biggest struggles are behind them instead of delayed reaction for Rondo after punching Chris Paul in the head that you find all these are there are there troubles behind them not necessarily not just yet. But LeBron James makes every team that he plays on better. He tinkers with every team and often not always but often that team gets better. What I would tell you significant is this before LeBron James to the Lakers. I believe they have lost sixteen straight games to Portland and in the opener this year, they lost Portland, but beating them two in a row..

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"40 percent" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Russia's own india is that china and pakistan are major shall we say irritants in india's kind of big plans pakistan blocks india's easy access to central asia china in vets had the heavily in the neighboring countries around india and and india's wary of that sick iran becomes book politically important and economically india has had a very long relationship so the the chabahar fort bull sip of which india is trying to get access to and wants to invest in there is no trade deal as he had this only amendment memorandum of understanding which are modise trying to elevate to a proper deal this will bypass pakistan and allow india easy access but's it's about seventy one hundred kilometers from the bombay port nine hundred nautical miles so india's india's route two it's centrally show opens up with that that's a big one india also so is one of the biggest importers of oil from iran but thirteen percent of india's energy comes from there so in these are the big ones for iran it needs a access to it needs at their access to india the important is that if something goes wrong with the us sanctions which might come in in a how will india play out in oblas time india was quite compliant the and build there was some uh in a economic ties going on which allowed some resumption very quickly in 2016 india kind of explain this balancing act very well well and and that's what's really interesting because it's such a a conflicting situation isn't it i mean at mighty managed to generally cooperate as he say with sanctions on iran while they were still in place and he didn't compromises business relationship with china but yeah of a modus shouldn't take all the all credit since independence indian relationships has been managed on this nonaligned movement in ended as an and go into any camp too much so this is an old legacy which the follows and up in so then targeted can be taken by bernie has been.

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"40 percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Uh sixty percent yawn that's crazy as and under 40 percent that were near still fat you had to deal with them uh marshall g has she has a discussion about this she says it's a and i were talking about the forty percent not abused uh she says it everybody has a some itd there are some study at talks about you get dis a middle ground were you you're gonna gravitate toward this way in size if you go over you gravitate back down go under you gravitate back up and there are some people urges big go into sure and there has access by the way the ha while we eat the entire cows at a time when he we eat a lot the thought there was something in them yeah outside of all read that book with good jordan other words if your gun at gambian first class and you're going to get do good food you get the caviar you get the oh the book the politico next put does had votes arms yeah you've got to have the the noise canceling headphones he i put those on and fudo taste a lot better i'm going to try that that's an easy to try detroit home in ah well just one i thought the pipeline wars were over they pulled me back in a word war once again now in syria at a very interesting spot where we have bombed back that is what the term i've heard use bomb back the syrian army.

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"40 percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Uh sixty percent yawn that's crazy as and under 40 percent that were near still fat you had to deal with them uh marshall g has she has a discussion about this she says it's a and i were talking about the forty percent not abused uh she says it everybody has a some itd there are some study at talks about you get dis a middle ground were you you're gonna gravitate toward this way in size if you go over you gravitate back down go under you gravitate back up and there are some people urges big go into sure and there has access by the way the ha while we eat the entire cows at a time when he we eat a lot the thought there was something in them yeah outside of all read that book with good jordan other words if your gun at gambian first class and you're going to get do good food you get the caviar you get the oh the book the politico next put does had votes arms yeah you've got to have the the noise canceling headphones he i put those on and fudo taste a lot better i'm going to try that that's an easy to try detroit home in ah well just one i thought the pipeline wars were over they pulled me back in a word war once again now in syria at a very interesting spot where we have bombed back that is what the term i've heard use bomb back the syrian army.

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"40 percent" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"If not four corrections of 30 or 40 percent right in the traditional capital markets that's a crash on encrypt oh i classify a crash more as eighty percent plus when we look at late 2013 to january 2015 bitcoin loss eighty five percent of its value and so when i think about that big crash we may have one of those say in 2018 i dunno i i don't have a crystal ball but when i think of the big crash in the longitudinal perspective i'm looking at the peak of the tech and telecoms boom two thousand bloomberg tech index was when you adjusted for inflation about four trillion so we right now are about twenty percent of the way there and the tech and taught telecom boom that shed we shut a couple of trillion in value and so i think that the big crash will come when we are you know well into the trillions um i think we will lose we will shed trillions of dollars in in network value but until then uh i'm not you know i not obsessing over trying to call this crash i think peter lynch's famous for saying far far more money has been lost preparing for corrections than in corrections this is if you think about the tail winds of what's going on here and you are approaching it from a 50year technoeconomic paradigm perspective endure adding adding incrementally responsibly adding adding adding over time you will be fine in 2015 or is sorry in 2015 twenty five zero skew will get hurt if you buying a ton now freaking out in six months because half of your network worst is is gone and so on and so forth so it's really important and i'll end my tirade now to gis responsibly easing the things there's no rush we're gonna go through booms and busts on the big one is probably a few years out when we're well into the trillions or five years out.

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"40 percent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"If not four corrections of 30 or 40 percent right in the traditional capital markets that's a crash on encrypt oh i classify a crash more as eighty percent plus when we look at late 2013 to january 2015 bitcoin loss eighty five percent of its value and so when i think about that big crash we may have one of those say in 2018 i dunno i i don't have a crystal ball but when i think of the big crash in the longitudinal perspective i'm looking at the peak of the tech and telecoms boom two thousand bloomberg tech index was when you adjusted for inflation about four trillion so we right now are about twenty percent of the way there and the tech and taught telecom boom that shed we shut a couple of trillion in value and so i think that the big crash will come when we are you know well into the trillions um i think we will lose we will shed trillions of dollars in in network value but until then uh i'm not you know i not obsessing over trying to call this crash i think peter lynch's famous for saying far far more money has been lost preparing for corrections than in corrections this is if you think about the tail winds of what's going on here and you are approaching it from a 50year technoeconomic paradigm perspective endure adding adding incrementally responsibly adding adding adding over time you will be fine in 2015 or is sorry in 2015 twenty five zero skew will get hurt if you buying a ton now freaking out in six months because half of your network worst is is gone and so on and so forth so it's really important and i'll end my tirade now to gis responsibly easing the things there's no rush we're gonna go through booms and busts on the big one is probably a few years out when we're well into the trillions or five years out.

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"40 percent" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"There you heard is right there 40 percent to the rose bowl force that question is low copy because what if it's one of the years that the ruble's hosting a semi but dare civil the near six i dunno look i think i i think next year they i've actually a shot to win the pac 12 south of riyadh d l law they had it that was a very young team with a lot of talent on offense they're pretty terrible on defense but they had some freshmen who yet freshman allamerican type players that if they could develop under a new regime they could be pretty i just don't know where you look out of the pac 12 salford okay that's a top 10 caliber team right though route fifteen us other coaching news so we had a question are mailbag and i'm gonna read it because the ties into the news we're about to talk about from andy in yorkshire south carolina through since do how much longer do you think nick save nor coach alabama and do you see this run continuing for as long as he is there so the news i'm referring to brian debut all the officer coordinator who came in from the patriots was the office gordon here for the national champion of the season is off to the buffalo bills gone after one season a higher a new offensive coordinator a year after he hired day of all who replaced saarc who lasted one game after replacing kiffan who was there for a few years i mean one of the things that really doesn't get talked about with this dynasty is that it has not been what case where the coaching staff remains intact that's been the exact opposite echo he's always hiring new offense coordinators defensive coordinator was scurry smart up until a couple of years ago so.

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"40 percent" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"King something around 30 to 40 percent of your find details invest in initial position than you're saving the remainder for reserves you know specifically on on the valuation question i think one of the things about that commerce ecosystem and businesses that have business models that are tied to transactions with consumers the good in the bad is often times there's a very evident business model and there are enough components of the business model to enable you'd identified values around customer lifetime value aroud customer acquisition costs that cost you know certain opponents and you can really understand like what it takes to build that business so that's the good side the other reality is as bad it's grounded in reality but it is grounded in kind of the the size of the market and and what you can expect in terms of market share taken in a context and should the valuations are reflective of that and you have to be mindful of that while you're investing and think about give some thought tell to mentally wide could this business be it its full potential how will at that point the public markets for instance look at it and started to walk back to wherever you might be at a stage of a company and and think about the valuation with that in mind i do have to also use that to come about the business model of makes and grace on the valuation that i had a pizza functional malaysia the day from bunch malkin he said the grason buses in consumer apply the same skills in science and you'll see mentioned kind of canal tv that is on something that you'd very much agree with i don't know that i really know enough about sasser a detailed level to say that's what it takes to be a great investor in that area i do think that as investors we should all be focused on building companies that have long term selfsustainability prospects there for our positive contributors economically and in that sense of course year revenue to your expenses is critical to the hell it to a healthy business so imagine that's show i'm incomes of resolves the full on the from me does on differential in terms of the amount of time.

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"40 percent" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Someplace in a different business that you can refer to so instead of burning bridges year working together to make sure everything is a good fit for everyone or what that good fit is the other part of that is sometimes you have a very good employees that comes in in one department but they're not good in that department but maybe they'd be good and another department so why get rid of and a good employee just because they came in to sales but you know what they're really a lot better and marketing for instance your phone so so we have a phrase that an eightplayer we'd barred from jim confident eightplayer is right person ranked seat ripe time but i had the right time comes in because we're a highgrowth company we'd been growing 30 to 40 percent for several years and when you do that your needs are constantly changing it's very different than a company that navy not growing are growing course i percent where the jobs are pretty much the same so just the right person is is nonnegotiable right that's core values if they don't have the core values there god rao you know they leave or renounced them out uh we don't tolerate the brilliant some cultures do there's really good at their job but that's that's one her or it so if the right person they might be in the rights through the wrong seat as you said and he's had some examples of again had starting at discussion this isn't working but folks jesus is the right person borders there is doing the wrong thing and we need them you know to another role and thrive and great we out of the right time because i think that one of the same.

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"40 percent" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"That reminder the the dip dozen conservative much but the overall number under 40 percent overall is not a good number and i think what you heard even from his supporters as that the uh the the kind of behavior that he exhibits on twitter and some of the personal jabs he's taken i think the personal jabs between the gold star mother you see the bride and and and him and that doesn't help him and doesn't help the 'cause i i agree with him that there is unity in the republican party but there's not surely not unity of the way he's he is he's behaving every day but they're certainly is unity behind what he's trying to do and whether is tax reform or the regulatory reform so in a sense there is unity it's just not like a style and that's that's with jeff flake was really pointed out right and unity jeff likes voting record certainly behind the present ninety percent i mean that that that that's that that would indicate pretty good disunion but you know to your point center flakes that up on principle for what he he believes he believes that your character and person matter to be president of the united states are here says the quick spread of what he said we must never meekly accept the daily cendrine of our country the personal attacks the threats against principles freedoms and institution the flagrant disregard for truth and decency the reckless provocations most often for the pettiest and most personal reasons and that point of course that trump has shown a flagrant disregard for decency here are just a very few examples you had to see this guy i don't know what i said off i don't remember please go right i don't remember i should have did roughed up because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing this was a very of knock here troublemakers look into victor up up automatically objected to be a distant fishing them maggard into it and when you're star they let you do it you can do anything whatever you want by the pushing through an event.

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"40 percent" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"40 percent" Discussed on Climate Cast

"And now they're sources because of disturbances linked fire and mountain pine beadle so yes they are carbon sources combustion process has carbon dioxide carbon monoxide a whole bunch of other uh complicated carbon molecules go into that in the sphere in fact there's what we call pete which is organic material forty centimeters or more that's a vast uh legacy carbon or a store of carbon and work done in indonesia suggested during one bad year that peat fires release the equivalent of 20 to 40 percent of global fossil fuel emissions now the pete in the boreal forest in canada alaska and siberia there's three times more pete they're than there is in indonesia so there's a vast stores been building up over thousands of years may become released during these fire episodes so there's a potential for positive feedback that is the warmer we get the more fire we have the more fire we have the more greenhouse gases we have which means is gonna get warmer which leads to more fire so it's just a a nasty vicious positive feedback how much of a wildcard is this increase forest fire activity going forward do you think we can accurately measure the climate of sacks of a world with significantly less forest you know i get out of what this too much fire you know the forests will disappear not true because they won't the forest won't be able to regenerate whether sexually or a sexually because fires to and to frequent but what happens then is you get replaced with shrub blinds or grasslands and grasslands can burn every single year so these fires not going to disappear as long as you have the three ingredients fuel weather ignition we're always going to have fire and the problem for society becomes people work live recreation in the forest and wildland and you get this intersection between people and fire was disastrous results.

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