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Women's voices at UN General Assembly few, but growing
"Women addressing the United Nations General Assembly say it's time for the world's leaders to recognize and strive for gender parity amid a global pandemic and endemic climate change in her speech the U. N. General Assembly Slovakia president design a chopper two over says gender based and race based violence are just as serious threats to the world as the pandemic and climate change we cannot save our planet if you leave out the vulnerable to women the girls and minorities the silent pandemic of gender based violence can prove legal to the health of our society's trapping Toba is just one of thirteen women to address the General Assembly for more than last year but still less than ten percent of the speakers there are also twenty four women heads of state or national governments that's three more than twenty twenty but far less than the one hundred ninety three member states in the U. N. I'm Jim acquire
New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines
"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about
With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea
"There's been an escalation of the pandemic in several western states struggling to convince skeptical people to get vaccinated public health leaders have approved price of care rationing in Idaho parts of Alaska and Montana and several more states are veering dangerously close with less than ten percent of intensive care unit beds available in Idaho we're overwhelmed hospitals are rationing care statewide the state is looking at a virus positivity rate of twenty percent as hospitals in Missoula and Bozeman face increasing strain local health officials are banking Montana residents to wear masks indoors get vaccinated and limit gatherings there lamenting their inability to implement public health restrictions after Montana passed several laws earlier this year curtailing their power in Helena chief medical officer Dr Shelly Harkins with St Peter's health says the constraints of a hospital or worse than what was seen earlier in the pandemic the hospital's intensive care unit advanced medical unit and morgue are full I'm Jennifer king
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
Britney Spears, Sam Asghari Announce They're Getting Married
"Breaking story at the top of the show. Britney spears and her boyfriend. Sam are engaged after nearly five years of dating sam's manager. Confirm this in a statement as page six saying the following. Britney spears and sam made their long standing relationship official today and a deeply touched by the support dedication and love expressed to them. Then the manager added a very odd statement telling us who the rings designed by seems like a little bit of a product placement. Garrett felt like i was watching the bachelorette or bachelor or something the press release confirming engagement. Just say confirmed together. They're really happy but then they went on to say or roman mellon v. I think i'm pronouncing that correct from new york. City is the ring designer. He couldn't be more happy to be involved in this one of a kind ring. So there's actually a statement from the designer the we just very strange to think sam's rep also represents the ring designer. There's something that's not quite right here. Here's a thing ruptured or something like this when the when britney's team and the ring designer putting out statements in what reality of everyone listening. Maybe there's a good what one to two percent of people that could maybe possibly come close to affording some some ring like this one of the kind ring like why even give mention of getting a ten percent discount. It's elliot while you just hit the nail on the head coach. I would predict. I know this is just speculation. I would predict the ring is free and it was given on the condition of publicity celebrities. Do this all the
Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?
"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.
Producer inflation accelerated in August, as wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from a year ago
"Higher commodity costs drove. China's factory gate prices to rise in august by their fastest pace in thirteen years as demand for coal steel and other raw materials pushed china's producer price index nearly ten percent higher in august from a year earlier. That's the fastest increase since august of two thousand eight.
What's Stopping Weed Growers From Going Greener?
"So i've read. It takes the equivalent greenhouse gas emissions of tank of gas in your car. To produce an ounce of cannabis that seems surprisingly high. Is that accurate. Yes that is accurate in to be clear. It's a high energy efficient car not one of your trucks. That's gonna run a lot of gas. It's a pretty. We're looking at somewhere around forty miles a gallon. So i'm guessing electricity for the grow lights. is a big factor there. What else causes all those emissions. When you produce cannabis so cannabis is predominantly grown indoors. And you mentioned the grow lights create huge amount of energy consumption but what happens in addition to the lights is that these lights are really hot and so then you have to bring in a c. You have to bring in a lot of other systems that also take electricity to keep the climate perfect for growing cannabis. So this number jumped out at me. When i started reading about this cannabis. The industry's footprint. Already accounts for more than one percent of us electricity consumption and ten percent in massachusetts. How is the industry addressing those emissions. The problem right now is that no one's really thinking about this terms of how do we reduce the energy consumption. Some states are passing some laws massachusetts. For example is requiring growers to use led lights which does reduce the energy consumption. But a lot of states. Don't have these rules and the federal government overall just isn't talking about this.
California hospitals running out of ICU beds: health officials
"Hospitals. In california's central valley are running out of beds in their intensive care units because of a large increase in covert patients. State officials said on friday that hospitals in the twelve county san joaquin valley region have had fewer than ten percent of staffed adult. Icu beds available for the past. Three
Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect
"Couple nights ago. Women were lined up at a health clinic in fort worth texas called whole women's health and these women in line were seeking abortions some way to all day. The last procedure was performed at eleven fifty six. Pm are waiting. We're filled with patients and their loved ones in all four of our clinics. Yesterday we had a physician who has worked with us for decades In tears this morning. That clinic is still providing abortions. The difference is they're only offering them to women in pregnancies were fetal heartbeat hasn't been detected yet in most cases that's about six weeks in the vast majority of abortions are not performed until after that point because in many cases women don't even know that they're pregnant. What's the tragedy is that we can only provide abortion for about ten percents of the people that we could provide abortion for yesterday. The thing that's changed now of course is that yesterday morning. The nation's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas a law that allows virtually anyone. Who says a woman has undergone an abortion. Could be a neighbor. A co worker. An axe stranger can sue anyone who helped facilitate that abortion. The law itself is incredibly note worthy and what was almost just as remarkable. Was that for nearly twenty four hours. The supreme court said nothing until last
Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting
"Than a year. After henry's death. Mary was offered a new opportunity to become dean of douglass college. The women's college of rutgers university where she was a professor in nineteen fifty eight. Mary was invited to a national. Science foundation. committee created to improve the nation's performance in the field of science in a series of tests designed to figure out what blocked strong students from continuing into careers in science. Mary saw a big problem of all of the sixteen to nineteen year olds who scored in the top ten percent on aptitude tests and then did not go onto college. Ninety eight percent were women. The time women had serious. Barriers to access college education endowments for women's colleges were much lower than those of their male counterparts. Perhaps most importantly curriculum requirements didn't accommodate the different societal expectations for women. For example many universities made it nearly impossible for students to attend part time as a result women who had to care for children during the day at home could not attend mary. It her mission to redesign the education system to accommodate and encourage women to study. She got her first chance at serious reform. When in nineteen sixty she became president of radcliffe college the undergraduate women's college at harvard university there. She saw the stark differences between the ways. Men and women were treated on the same campus. Women were given bunk beds in assigned rooms rather than harvard's how system and they were excluded from harvard's libraries and dining halls. Mary set about changing the campus. She organized the dorms into a house. System built radcliffe. Its own library and created search committees to go into low income neighborhoods and offer scholarships to potential
Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave
"Syrian refugees caused your ten percent of all sexual assault cases. Afghans whose numbers were comparable are responsible for stunning half of all the sexual assault cases in western europe. Welcome to your new neighbours. Everybody and if you don't want all of these afghans that have a higher propensity for sexual assault. You're a bigot. And by the way for media matters. That's watching this right now because got nothing better to do. just go. Look at this article. Cheryl bernard i worked with refugees for decades. Europe's afghan crimewave is mind. Boggling continues by saying it took a while for this pattern to be recognized because until recently western europe media deliberately refrained from identifying salems assailants refugee asylum status or his country of origin only one the correlation became so dramatic that itself was newsworthy to this policy. Change at that point. It became clear that the authorities had known about and for political reasons at deliberately covered large scale incidents of sexual assault by migrants. I could continue with more and more examples here. Washington post afghans. Flown to the united states later flagged for security concerns. The washington post continued by saying afghans cleared to come to the united states are vetted again. Once upon a rival some have been sent back to foreign stagey locations after being flagged for security concerns And just by the by the way we've brought in more afghans to the west than americans to the west invade the world invite the world but again don't notice they don't say what neighborhoods there specifically going to say. Oh they're coming to america. We have so much opportunity. While they're coming to wisconsin. We know that they're coming to philadelphia. Everyone is generous with their refugee resettlement until they come to your living room and rape your daughter. Just ask sweden. Germany asked france. Ask all of western europe that is now clamoring about what the afghans did and this article by cheryl's own. Admission was our right. And i'm going to say this number again. Afghans whose numbers are comparable to syrian refugees. A responsible for a half a stunning half of all sexual assault cases and that is in that is in western europe. Know the truth. Reject the one line stunting of discussion. Just because you're afraid to be calling a bigot racist and there's something else at play her.
Joe Biden Has Always Sold Himself Out to the Highest Bidder
"I've said for quite a while. That joe biden is being puppeteer d- and is quite honestly being controlled by the chinese communist party. We know that hunter biden did extensive business dealings with the chinese communist party. We know that. Tony bob ski came out and said that there was ten percent for the big man who put aside and dealings with a chinese communist party. We know that hunter biden is selling garbage pieces of art for hundreds of thousands of dollars. I believe that merrill might be a black male operation against joe biden. Very well might be that. Joe biden is being controlled and is being is being blackmailed for behalf of the chinese communist party and a taiwan moment is coming everybody. I'm telling we have predicted this for a couple months. There is going to be a moment of reckoning. With taiwan will joe biden inside with taiwan and america or with the chinese communist party. His owners his employees his employer. Who has they've invested in him for quite a while you're trying to say is all of a sudden going to back down. I don't know about that. I joe biden has always sold themselves out to the highest bidder.
Dr Michael Greger: The Power of Citrus
"To nutrition facts. I'm your host. Dr michael gregor. Today we discover the powerful properties of citrus title. Lemons limes citrons bitter orange grapefruit palmilla mandarin grapefruits on come klotz actually one of my favorite citrus fruits is the come quat because you can eat the whole fruit peel. And all which is ideal because the dna repairing enzyme boosting powers of citrus concentrated in the piel new data demonstrating dna. Protective agent was presently some fruits and vegetables found that it was heat sensitive and determined. It was not vitamin c confirmed in a study that tried vitamin c. Directly and found no effect on dna protection and repair of dna strand breaks the crinoid beta crypt azan. Thin found primarily citrus. Seems at least one candidate. If you expose cells to mutagenic chemical you can cause physical breaks in the strands of dna but in less than an hour. Our dna repair enzymes can weld most of our dna back together but if you add some of that citrus fido nutrient you can effectively double the speed at which dna is repaired but zoologist cells in a petri dish. What about in a person if you have people drink a glass of orange juice and draw their blood. Two hours later the dna damage you can induce with an oxidising chemical drops whereas if they just had like orange kool-aid didn't help so do people eat more fruit. Walk around with less dna damage. Yes particularly women. Does this actually translate into lower cancer rates. It appears so citrus alone associated with a ten percent reduction in odds of breast cancer
UN Health Agency Sees Virus Cases Leveling Off
"The U. N. health agency sees farmers cases leveling off marginally in its weekly assessment of the pandemic the W. H. O. says a number of new coronavirus cases reported globally appears to be stabilizing at about four point five million infections off to steadily rising for the past two months the agency adds Kobe nineteen increased by about twenty percent and eight percent in the western Pacific I'm in the Americas while rates of disease either remain the same or dropped in other regions the assessment finds that they were about sixty eight thousand new deaths reported globally though with Europe and the Americas registering increases of about ten percent I'm Charles the last month
Eating to Prevent Muscle Loss as We Age
"So we teach real food nutrition to middle aged adults and seniors Who want to have better health as they age. And i believe that people generally know that what they eat affects every aspect of their life without question. Your nutrition certainly affects your body and your brain so today we went to discuss. How nutrition affects your muscles. And if you go to the gym you may be told. It's all about the exercise. Well yes exercise definitely helps but you really need nutrition to support what you're doing in the gym We especially need to eat sufficient amounts of protein to build and maintain the muscle. Yeah you know when. I was preparing for this class today or this this radio studio event in the day i found out that ten percent of adults over fifty years of age lose muscle mass and this is called. We're losing muscle mass. It's called sarka opinion. And why is that important. Well it's important because it decreases your life expectancy and your all overall quality of your life and after middle age. We adults lose three percent of our muscle strength every year on average and say that again caroline as really important yeah after middle age adults lose three percent of muscle strength every year on average. And you were telling me before we came in studio today about your experience as a trainer. What what were you saying about that. Well i used to teach fitness. And i've learned from you know. The research is that we are either losing muscle or gaining muscle. Muscle is not static and never stays the same. So while you're sitting there you're either. Losing muscle are gaining muscle. So it's important that if you know the old message if you don't use it you lose it right there's truth yeah so you know as your body ages. It becomes more resistant to those growth signals for your muscles. And that's going to result in the muscle loss. So not only. Is this balanced diet that we're going to be talking a lot about today with adequate protein and calories right yes necessary for maintaining that
Amanda's Personal Journey With a Toxic Person
"Were married with a daughter. How old is your daughter again. My daughter's four now. Okay and so. This is when she was very very young. Yes right and good marriage you had a practice was going things going really really well and this toxic person entered your life and actually drew you away from your marriage in your daughter. Yeah so tell us a little bit about how how that happened in how it was the toxic traits were so strong. The meanwhile do away from your marriage. Yeah and so i. It's hard to go into it without giving a little bit of background and also trying to defend myself a little bit So my marriage was you know pretty normal it. Salt lake and When i started to feel this emotional attraction to mike toxic person. I i actually my husband that i was attracted to somebody else in that. I thought that he needed to go to therapy And he said no. That's really your problem. So i was really forthcoming because i was scared. I was like this has never happened before in the shouldn't happen Unfortunately by the time my husband agreed i was already involved with toxic person and the my toxic person said things that i needed to hear at that time in my life. I had no idea that you needed to hear them. But you know it started out with If your ten percent of what. I see you are now. That's fine and for me i was. I felt like i had lost my identity. My identity was mom and wife and therapists And so for somebody to say. I see you and i love that about you like it hit home it. I felt the i fell. Oh my gosh. This person doesn't just experience it experience me as somebody that's gonna nurse my daughter or take make sure that all the Snacks are packed. Or get up which she gets a or you know. Whatever this me as who i am and you know one time i asked him like. Why are you being so nice to me. Like don't be this nice to me. And he goes will because i love you and i don't wanna say this over text message but nothing you'll ever change
Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming
"Week. The united nations intergovernmental panel on climate change released a new report from the world's top climate scientists warning that global temperatures will rise one point five degrees celsius by twenty forty and underscoring that human influences unequivocally responsible for global warming since the late nineteenth century. The fashion industry's greenhouse gas. Emissions are estimated to be between four and ten percent of the global total on this week's peo- of podcast deputy editor. Brian baskin is joined by. Michael szadkowski mrs stain ability advisor and former vice president of sustainability at nike. Leyla petrie chief. Executive of sustainability consultancy twenty fifty and hannah pang head of marketing an advocacy and sustainability consultancy for tara to unpack fashions role in slowing global warming. Here's michael cichowski. Leyla petrie and hannah pang inside passion michael. I'd like to start with you and get a little bit meta. Why is this fashion problem solve. I mean let's say i'm nike or gucci. You look around. And i say i sell clothes. Not making cars not operating a coal fire our plant. Why do i need to be thinking about the surgeon. You sure Thank you brian so I think it's important to note that It's humanities problem solve and fashion as one sector on that needs to be carbonized. Serve regardless of what Sector you find yourself in. We know that we have to reduce emissions vary significantly between now and twenty thirty and then on the way to twenty fifty and so Roughly reducing emissions by half by twenty thirty And and that's by twenty fifty There are a number of estimates of fashions greenhouse gas look rinse We can talk about this in a bit more detail. The data is not ideal But we do know that fashion does have a significant carbon footprint and as with other sectors much reduced that and so You know we know the effects and we. We know the predictions of where we're going if we keep on their business as usual trajectory And so fashion because of because of its impacts and also because it seeing the impacts of climate already happening in the supply chain in particular in places where the impacts of climate are being are happening We know that it's critical. Issue the sector to address. Thank you and love to get into the data question in a little bit on this more than any issue. We're talking about today. Hear a lot about the need for collective action for the industry to work together and you've been involved in. Some of the industry's biggest efforts on front in to tell us how that's going. I how much progress has been made in. Also why some necessary for brands you think of this as an industry problems New problems grand. I mean i think fundamentally this is a problem which no individual company consult when his i you know we have all sorts of invading intractable issues around infrastructure around incentives around policy. No-one acting really occurred within that system without being affected by it so all these brands have supply chains. Good three targets that are also dependent on And really what we realized. Is that everybody in this. Sector is co dependent on each other other actors like policy makers is to
"about ten percent" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"The take the euro patou that gives the group religiosity and just video approximately Whole much less would sort of limit speed limit on the corporate entity the in-principle you could change the you could sort of control the optical mode to make a polera town that go very close to who the speed of light in common types over systems we typically have the group lawsuit hero. Maybe about ten percent health the speed of light because if it is Potentially have some practical applications computing. Than i the speak Becomes important. And i think the the lower energy lasers you talked about good they. Would they have direct application computing's yes so laser actually have been used locking computing already album. There they are they have been. They're very active research on optical computing architectures that will also rely on laser a lot so they would be used to generate the signal and no one can also modulate laser as a way to way to modulate the signal and then opco interconnects would also benefit using coherence lights and a from a practical perspective. you absurd this phenomenon and below temperatures right and that's right in the papers i sent you. We observed at low temperatures big because because we want to have the criminal system and the understand the physics from the most essential part first before we add the complications. Yes so a lot of the work on on site has applauded hats and polar holidays or initially down in materials. That parade house can only survive at very low temperatures or the exciting thing about a more recent development material. Scientists are materials that do support very strong exit hung and and the extension delight interaction to gear very robust Hmos even at high temperatures road temperature even higher and certain. It's a hope that until we can. We can eventually being able to do all the interesting things where the part hunter temperature superconductivity..
"about ten percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"About ten percent of the outbreak that fox's top viral America's listening to fox news J. news time is now seven oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar the combined law enforcement association of Texas is prepared to take action against Austin over a lack of police protective equipment executive director Charlie Wilkinson tells fox seven though final lawsuit if any officer is hurt by a protester police officers to stand there but do not be able to have the gear or properly defend themselves that's ludicrous that's gross negligence tell you just so you know so we're going to the Austin police association says it's been talking with chief Brian Manley about more protective equipment they will also ask the city council to reconsider the ban on tear gas one city council member says it's time for the city council to defy governor Greg Abbott Greg casar says of the governor would force everybody to wear a mask and force bars in amazement parks to close you should at least give the city the authority to crack down in whatever way it feels necessary and so to that end the sars as it's nearing time to ignore abit close Austin down and handle the fallout from there cells and he wants to see what they will begin the CBS Austin he says the only priority is the protection of public health even if that means shutting businesses back down many of which economists say likely won't survive a second time around Patrick Osborne newsradio guilty J. the city of Lakeway has a big problem according to mayor sandy **** she says high schoolers not acting responsibly may have infected numerous others who attended a party last weekend three hundred teens were there there were students in attendance that were positive for Kobe nineteen unfortunately some of them didn't realize they were positive until after the party Boston public health is doing contact tracing **** says if you were at the party or you've been around someone who was there you should self isolate for fourteen days seven.
"about ten percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"About ten percent of the work force at the former Johnny plant had been infected with code that nineteen but there's still some the many questions around this in in the it's in the sense of do these people have it all at once is the testing only now showing because they are have the numbers increased in other words because they're testing now more than they ever did before so there are a lot of things that they haven't explained totally they just want the whole thing shut down I guess until they can figure some of those questions out and but whatever questions they have and wherever the transmission took place you still have ten percent of the workforce at one place that has been affected does it matter how they got it does it W. disks obviously the contact Tracy is gonna be very important but as far as the plants concerned and I don't think they make pores had odd black forest ham medium sliced I ask god this plant so yeah and you're not a fan of the Dodger dog yeah I smell now it's it's too long it doesn't it so you can add the bread the blind and the Dodger dogs should work together and it does it so what you have is six inches of hot dog hanging out on either side of the buying a dense in Congress maybe well maybe the firefighters who put out a ten acre brush fire in Pomona I took a moment to roast a few hot dogs over that.
"about ten percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The euro one point away three one against the dollar British pound one point two one five four and again at one of seven point three eight that's a Bloomberg business slash Tom John and Lisa thank you thank you very much really important development this morning that we haven't talked much about it's in China and it's around tomando team reporting that Chinese old amount this old but back to pre because it levels that is important as we look for the month to start to normalise tell a little micro stories it really drive for the discussion of course president she's speaking of the World Health Organization and of course the MPC conference beginning to get underway in China always a real symbolic moment for his leadership is well this is our interview of the day on China for your Beamish with pantheon for yeah let me just start with a basic question what is the GDP run right right now all of China well at the moment we're looking at pretty a pretty closed actually two of the I totally do that either he closed the what the authorities have been reporting in in Q. one at least so we did see a big a big drop quarter on quarter and we saw a big drop year of the year as well and the authorities actually can close to the to coming clean on what that was I wouldn't get too comfortable with that with that our position of of the kind of telling the truth the kids in the in the second half of the year the the the reality is that the the recovery is likely to underperform and and coming into the the two sessions that we have we'll have announcements hopefully at the end of this week as to as to what targets might be coming into that it is likely that we gonna start to see more flexibility around the use those growth target and that that we might even see a two year college getting set for that intimate thing anyway we're not gonna be such a strong signal from the Chinese authorities and in any case what we can extrapolate from even if there is to be a target with regards to twenty twenty is probably going to be higher than what what we can that he and we got a piece of it for this year overruled the Q. one data was such that it's very hard to see how they could recover and get a great you get here so we think actually that we're gonna see a contraction on to the chain of about ten percent for this year but unlikely to report back but the reality is that they'll probably they they could actually report negatively could actually under report next year what made him trying to keep the peace is politics so they could they could face growth is higher than it actually is in reality this year and next year they would they would they would they would under report for trying to game out what to believe from China what not to believe which data points to take has been something of a cottage industry for a lot of a lot of individuals I'm wondering there was a story on on the Bloomberg terminals today saying that Chinese oil demand is nearly back to levels seen before at the national locked down the Beijing imposed to prevent the outbreak from spreading I'm trying to understand how important if this is accurate how much this is a tale of the economy getting back online versus just the fact that people are using their own cars more than public transportation for example simply because they don't want to be in a crowded place yeah there there could be a bit of that but looking at the the industrial production data overruled back in total is almost back to Q. four levels this is what you were talking about earlier times of the day you'll track track recovery wet by the industrial complex is is kind of powering back really looks like a V. shaped recovery and does seem like it's getting back to Kentucky four levels rather well the only surprisingly but that very much supported by the the fulfillment of previous export orders and also buy liquidity provision for infantry in the first part of the school to another the external the Montessori is very far away from the support from the external Dimond is gonna go away very quickly from from that story as we get further into Q. two and it is it's a big dog for the state owned enterprises the overstretched in terms of of that set to continue just pumping out production for to to to speak infantry when the outlook is so low on stock in a minute we still think there will be a good strong recovery in into three in the rest of the world and then China would be able to shift some of the infantry but at the moment it's it's still things are still very on certain trust and transparency to issues that just aren't going anywhere and you're not the only guess that comes on this program to contrast the data seemingly coming out of China the government and the trustee of the United States of the Chinese Communist Party is clearly broken down again I'm not sure of exact already built back up there are questions about transparency all the times not just from the United States also from Europe Australia and elsewhere too where is this heading free I'm trying to get my hands around where this is heading I'm hearing so much from Washington from Democrats from Republicans on what they think of the Chinese Communist Party words and policy are often two different things can you talk to me about where this is heading to in terms of policy yeah well our our school costs at the moment can bank on her phone relations between China and the U. S. remain old fashioned paper mainly because they're not in a good place at the moment but on the assumption that things have been so bad in the first half of the year any kind of reasonable politician then we just hoping politicians can be reasonable enough wouldn't want to derail the recovery in the second call bye bye you can throwing a spanner in the works of of global trade that's not what we really fear at the moment but the thing is at the moment global economies are in in a lot of pain and the best thing to do the whole not the best thing she did in a moral sense but it one of the best policy strategy in that case is if somebody else who to point the finger at somebody else say it's kind of understandable at B. stage in the game we will be seeing kind of uncomfortable noises coming from from both sides but when the reality of the situation comes through and it says that that the the actual prospect of of the recovery in the second call it seems unlikely about mornings but it might work but it seems unlikely that people would email back in the second column I thank you for the mess of Patty of macroeconomics Tom I seem to have got something you've got to say what is that I just know it's just I was just a little confused let's have a banner Ackman left with you this morning I cannot wait to get it done equity futures up.
"about ten percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"McBride says city officials will make an official announcement about the changes today well I'm now going to merge with the measure that allowed Oakland residents more space to walk bike and run stayed put you through their own neighborhoods McCollum Oakley Sloan street the measure would bar vehicles of the S. on about ten percent of the city's roadway space governor Gavin Newsom has announced that starting this Sunday workers receiving unemployment benefits will begin getting an extra six hundred dollars on top of their weekly amount as part of the federal coronavirus relief package more than nine hundred twenty five thousand Californians filed for unemployment last week two point three million over the past month according to the state employment development department processing time for a new claim is typically three weeks but the E. D. D. has been struggling under the avalanche of claims Tom means a professor of economics at San Jose State University says the checks can't come soon enough you will get your money you know eventually or if you want to qualify for unemployment get back there back payments or whatever but you know the point is you need that money you're not earning income the number of EDT staff processing claims is just over fifteen hundred about half what it was during the Great Recession I'm Brian what KQED news support comes from service fertility center doctors investors personal expertise has helped build families.
"about ten percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Are down now in the stock market about ten percent today I hope my stocks are part of that ten percent because last night some things came together for me and if you are looking at the stock market if you are looking at conventional wisdom it will always tell you do not draw your money out three four no four weeks ago I said to my wife honey I want to pull the money out of stock market now I've done it before and that we have lost money because we have pulled but if we pulled money out and something didn't happen it was just a temporary thing but I can't stop from hearing my grandfather's voice my grandfather lived through the Great Depression and anybody who had grandparents who lived through the Great Depression you know a couple of things don't waste food don't waste anything what do you mean you're gonna throw that pair of pants to wear that shirt no give it to me I'll bend it they learn things and I I want you to really understand this if you didn't and if you don't know somebody who grew up in the Great Depression you won't be able to relate to this because there's no one like this in America anymore they were so spooked by the Great Depression they still saved all of their scraps they still saved all of their wrapping paper and Christmas they did every thing save save save save save because quote you don't know what it was like and it can come back and I remember my grandfather saying all the time those people who had money in the in the depression those people who made the money and the depression are the ones who didn't lose it in the stock market and so it was a generational thing that they got in we didn't from October nineteen twenty nine to nineteen thirty two the U. S. stocks lost ninety percent of their value that kicked off the Great Depression they kicked off that three year declined by losing thirty percent of the value of the stock market.
"about ten percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Will probably tell you that about ten percent of your people can and can have a negative loosen a sinking goes that deep and my study actually exactly supported that I had okay five people and up in that subset of people that we looked at with a negative loosen nation now I think you can go higher than that if you know the more times it yet you have not heard someone because you know you're still a little you know a lot of people first time the media as your as in the desert of a therapist that you still takes a few sessions for them the totally relax I think that number would go higher if there were more than one session but I actually hit it right on the head with ten percent having the negative loose nation what were you looking for by doing the study what what did you want to try to accomplish so I look at two things does does it alter your sub conscious belief in your visual capabilities would that enhance your visual improvement and then regarding the non physical site portion of the experiment does removing your sub conscious believe in this object of visual obstruction in this case the dry erase board remove your limitations on visit the site basically does ESP come into this well yeah because the non physical sorry is a type of the S. P. I'm just looking at it as being a bit more localized than say you know you have those the young over remote viewing and that kind of thing once imagined back when you're a kid new east of these things called board games and did you ever take a magnet and just move the paper clip the lawn of well I used to love that a little bit of mad metal shavings and things like that that's what I'm looking I'm looking at your perceptual field as being similar to a magnetic field in the sense that there's a limited range to it there's a certain degree of quiet bill or the you know thousands of years ago were we able to kind of see around the corner to see if the tiger was there or not could we into it that and so that yeah when you think of the perceptual field here with the non physical site portion of this experiment think of it like that little magnetic field can it go through or around that object to a certain degree and what I'm doing basically is removing are limited believe in the object by rendering an invisible how did you come up with the formation of the study so I read a book which I'm sure you're probably familiar with a holographic universe back in the nineties yeah all right and so top at the altar describes in a scene in that where he's at a dinner party enters a stage hypnotist the make somebody invisible after dinner party and then he stands behind them and hold an object behind that person and the person on the other side of the table guess what the object was so I was kind of like the seed that was planted in about I'd say about ten years ago I had a couple relatives visiting and I'm not even a mention is back in twenty fifteen more in an on air and I had I I made my living room couch invisible to the relative that was visiting and so then I kind of know behind and I held a couple fingers out and tested like you just it right a couple times two or three times into the other roles of walked over like disbelief and so anecdotally I kinda tested this you know with just holding out fingers behind the object was invisible and so that's been sitting in my head for a long time and I still need a let me see if we can be a structured isn't to a more formalized experiment see some really going on that's amazing it you will when you started off in college doing what you did getting the degrees that you did jewel did you think you'd end up doing what you're doing now there are you know I did everything backwards so it was a weird process for me because nobody knew anything about what I know and I had to go through this whole process in order to do what I knew twenty years ago you know for twenty three years ago yeah just because the state laws so yeah I mean this is where I saw myself going yeah I I actually did a little south of those my lady answered doctor sure feca curricula wrote a book called break through to creativity she's not with us anymore but she was a psychiatrist who devoted her entire practices to the study of telepathy in E. S. P. she became so ingrained with us she just stopped to refuse psychiatric practice then decided this is what I'm gonna do I'm gonna do this full time in the end do you know unfortunately her life was cut short in a tragedy but she was on her way to really coming up with some ground breaking things Joe wow that's I mean it's it's a you know it's it's just being driven by the curiosity I guess you know if I do this will this happen it out and I could see how you can get into that excessive yet the funding for and that kind of thing so with the with the study in the various aspects of it what did you want to accomplish when it was all over what was that what what was that goal you know I don't know that I wanted to accomplish anything other than to just find out because I know when you're when you're doing an experiment if you doing honestly yeah yeah you want to see results but at the same time for I don't care it's like rolling the dice when you see what happens let me can you say categorically that the perception and E. S. P. exists my study supports it and so we can jump into the results okay let's go through the sure sure okay so I fifty people coming let's go through the visual side personal disco logically here okay everybody everybody wants to know about the nonphysical will follow along with you go ahead we'll make him wait pretty good stuff all right so the not so with the visual improvement I had fifty people come in I was only able to use thirty one participants for the eyesight improvement and that's because my charts started at twenty one hundred and on the top end and then went as far as twenty sixteen vision on the low end so some people were worse than twenty one hundred and some people were at our site better than twenty sixteen so I had to weed them out and I mean and a little frustrating because of your vision was worse than twenty one hundred and you read twenty one hundred afterward Confucius up to that time okay and twenty twenty supposed to be great right good yeah correct and I didn't want to weed these people out because I wanted to anyone exclude anybody that could see he could have the negative lose nations it was probably a good thing I did the actors to one person was worse than twenty one hundred and I say to one person that was twenty six and twenty one hundred's not that bad right well yeah I mean it's well it's yeah I mean yeah I guess this is a relative thing you know it you know I mean I I know some people are like twenty four four hundred well because we have the corrective lenses no exact learn our glasses than it would be terrible exactly so yeah so we had this thirty one people in there and about two thirds sixty five percent or twenty of them improved invasion and the I mean the average vision increased from just under twenty fifty two twenty just about twenty thirty so you're saying they physically improve their vision doing this in this yeah I like a yes about like fourteen points I think we're looking at a bridge now the biggest improvement George was from twenty like twenty eighty to twenty thirteen okay and prevent that's huge it is and keep in mind this is just a one shot here it wouldn't even did a repetition part so that was the biggest improvement I had a handful of people that ended up reading twenty sixteen at the end couple them started about twenty forty the others are like twenty twenty and twenty thirty in that range and now I don't know if they're reading twenty ten so it what I'm emphasizing hears I probably limited the effect they might have improved you know the numbers might actually be better than what I'm thinking because someone probably read like twenty ten type thing how did you improve of physical situation where they could see so much of this is obviously on corrected they weren't wearing their glasses at the time how do you how do you improve somebody from twenty one hundred down to twenty thirty well I I it's yeah the power suggestion your most studies like when we look at the medical studies even the S. P. type studies your your better subject you're more had the possible people do seem to see better results you know so if he I liken it to any athletic skill you know we have a certain amount of natural ability but that have not some people just have really great athletic ability before Dave in practice most of us we practice we can become proficient you know there's certain degree in anything but some people just have that natural talent so those probably people the yard better subjects but you know the power suggestions working all the time and I I think that you know we look at the biology on the micro level is really kind of a behavioral saying it's just so I don't limit it I I don't you know like to overstate it either but I I think in some people probably just say there in a relaxed state but I think that you know that if we look at the evidence it is supporting that the suggestion itself is what course the changes the vision quality stay or did it fade away after the tests were done that's a fair question and that actually is maybe a good critique of this study I'm not looking at a permanent effect here so I don't know and some of them might be a lifestyle thing if you're on the computer ten hours a day just go right back so I didn't follow the people out in that sense so that would be good maybe follow up research to do start to the doing the repeated sessions with people but I did not follow them and I think that's a that's a fair critique that's funny on that still amazing the results of something like that to be able to look at Lutece routine is that's a supplement yeah and that's something that even your eye doctors now except that it's generally supposed to be good for your retina so you know but if you stop taking it you probably would lose the effect you go back there it doesn't work so the difference with hypnosis is I don't know if you'd have to take it forever you know that I think you just need to do some repetition over a certain period of time and I think it would probably take so that that's you know good areas maybe follow up research with the eye sight what made you pick I site as part of the study for a suggestion well I mean I was looking at I mean I never would have thought of that well I tell you why because it was part of the deception to his op want it when I'm looking at the non physical sight I don't want I didn't want you to know what I was doing and then not there's not one person there to thought I was crazy enough to see if they can see through a wall you know right dry erase port so that did totally work in and so the logical progression of that was doing an eye sight test because once I did for the people the went deep enough it was just a natural progression okay now we're going to use another chart as you came in you saw the red the eye chart I have no ties you read another eye chart and I just put because the whole cover was a we're looking at hypnotic death level and visual improvements are the cover it with that I kind of told people was that you know as we bring you deeper prior studies have shown that your vision was even better as we went deeper now everybody was debriefed afterwards so it was all done properly but so that was the end I racked my brain around how to do this how do I do this without George knowing what I'm doing finally you know kicked around with other people came up with the eyesight idea is an ophthalmologist we're standing by you when you're doing this and he definitely checked somebody out and he was twenty one hundred and then after you did what you did he was twenty thirty what would the ophthalmologist say I mean I don't know he'd say it's impossible one of my looking at here he I don't know you know I don't know if you know I don't know if they know who you know intuitively know this kind of thing what will you know it you know they must know the mind plays into it what what what what I would say is if you wanted to I would be good to work with an eye doctor on future research here yeah definitely because the way I would do.
"about ten percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"What about ten percent on board with the news that a three point one K. F. C. K. talking about impeachment enquiring what does it mean it's way way way way early in the process it is I again this others may see it differently but might might believe this is kind of analogous to arrive in paneling a grand jury in a criminal case to take a look and see if there's enough they're there to move forward which is a long long long way from a conviction by the Senate which would necessitate by constitutional edict removal from office that is way far down the road and again independency this process will become inching increasingly closer to the opportunities when voters can go to the ballot and select at the next president regardless of all of this so what's the purpose for is it fodder if it is I mean is it an effort to to amass fodder if that's the case would enter to the benefits of the the Democrats or the Republicans I suspect it hurts the people who are calling for impeachment unless there is something there that we've not yet seen a big portion of that I think will be determined by the release of the of the text it tomorrow that telephone conversation it's also just a reminder this is when you have to look at these circumstances these questions and divorce yourself from your own personal beliefs and biases if you if you have players in this that you love or hate that's not a factor it has nothing at all to do with it nothing it said the conduct that rise to the the level that would call for and assess the Tate as Senate conviction and my strong feeling at this point there's not anything close to that and course the president knows that it should have some reasonable recollection as to what he said in that telephone conversation he wants it published he wants the text published it's also interesting to note the in fact looking at there is the the book at these questions and making an overt concerted effort to separate yourself from your biases is is that concept is very very very well I have presented a Neil Gorsuch is book which is a phenomenal read just just in the middle of it now and it's a great book the title of which is a Republic if you can keep it of course that refers to the the phrase that Benjamin Franklin uttered when he walked out of the constitutional convention and was asked by people what kind of government what we have and of course none other than the speaker Nancy Pelosi utter that phrase today speaking to the the paramount's importance of of the constitution and all of that so that's what we're looking at here is not emotions is not who you're likely you don't like is the constitutional threshold let's get your calls nine one six ninety one fifteen thirty long distance callers eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty Mitchell in El Dorado hills walking to the conversation Sir thank you for holding on. I don't care very well thanks how are you. all white I called I was wishing she acts that list to see all the time medically cell thank you but you hit it on the head today share all your instincts are are completely right I feel they are and the reason I do and I want to make two points. the first be and this is going to be head to his advantage over the last three years I've I've. I've watched him I got well I would have been worried in the beginning of the presidency if it came up but now that I've been watch him he's smart of the fox and. I tell you he is nine much much smarter than I ever would have given credit for and he knows how to play the game he absolutely is the master distraction this this I think these are pieces on a chess board that he's playa playing frankly now I I may be wrong I made a big surprise tomorrow but I think it's doubtful this this is I I believe that he has built this to a crescendo and this is where it remains today and I think he sees it to his advantage and by the way polling data in the research on the fact that many people within the Democratic Party here have been saying all along avoid impeachment refrain Nancy Pelosi didn't want it I don't think Schumer wants it to happen so I think you're I think you're right. well I called to tell you that I think you're right. can't argue that we're with right I love it it's very hard to argue with common sense. and to what's why I want to add the second point. whoever's listening out there should take John's advice you know you need to to to wait until tomorrow but I think you'll find that even I'm alright that this will be to his advantage and that's what common sense thinkers are hoping for yeah although we don't have too many run in our state now we do not have a lot thank mark. you know it's it's funny there it's again I'm gonna I'm gonna go back and reference Neil Gorsuch is book I wish I hope everybody reads that book because it's just such a great explanation of how the system is supposed to work how decisions are supposed to be made and there's so much of it I think night now that is influenced by who you're like what tribe you happen to belong to and that's the frankly we've got to separate ourselves from that and look at the the rule of law the constitution look at the evidence and make a determination after that after all that is isn't is balanced against the Evan the evidence that exist and go from there Mitchell I appreciate the call and the kind words very much Sir and and don't have time to get to another call before we have to take care of other business but we're gonna get other calls right after that this is that this is an important development I believe in terms of politics my suspicion at this point is that is not a particularly significant development in terms of of substantive law but we'll see we'll see where it goes and I think a big part of that story will be explained tomorrow hang on with me I promise we'll get your calls right after this don't go away.
"about ten percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I keep about ten percent of my crypto assets in gold using volterra volterra allows me to open a gold while in second ranking easily trade with crypto an gold what i like about using del toro instead of tether is that the golden my volterra wallet is insured audited vaulted in switzerland and unlike fee out money go to increase in value for the last twenty years visit toro dot com slash talk today and get their trading fees for the first three months that is fault like a gold vault horo which is spanish for gold full toro away hello everybody and welcome to this special edition of the tatiana show today were talking with cat murky executive director and co founder of feminist liberty were gonna be talking talking about a very contentious topic really amazing do crypto but it does have to do with freedom and it is he a great job they were gonna be talking abortion and it's been in the news a lot lately and my friend a cat has has been posting a lot of interesting articles about it from libertarian perspective i would say maybe a left libertarian perspective someone many disagree with that i dunno cat with where you're not an you know i want it to sort of explore this topic and see what's going on people are talking about late term abortion an i don't think we've ever talked about it on the show i know it's a little bit depressing thing but cats pretty well informed on it and i wanted to approach it a little bit and on so before we get started i just wanna say thank you are sponsors of altro go volterra dot com if you wanna do it gold the queen exchange and awesome company they've been around forever and then we've also got locked at the i l and they will help you analyze data so quote companies happy for their support on the titanic show which is now on tuesdays an the prequels love show which is the relationship show with a little crypto bend is on fridays proof of love on friday checkout proof of love cast podcast the left cast dot com or go to duck tatiana show dot com get to old episodes and all the newest episode of the touchdown show so welcome to the show thanks so much for joining me and be willing to talk about this you know fiery topic thanks so much for having me end for being willing to talk about this on the show i'm excited i think that we should be able to discuss it i mean i dunno i don't think anybody is like oh man i can't wait to kill the baby proabortion but you know it'll be interesting to see where this goes so how would you classify your position on abortion and do you think there's a traditional libertarian position yeah definitely the first off i wanna i wanna dress something that you sent me intro i actually don't consider myself a less libertarian and i think this issue sort of get this issue and some of the other ones but i work on seven the drug war immigration get rid of viewed as a libertarian but he left right spectrum is really about news on economic policy up in speaking in terms of political science end i am very very far to the right when it comes to that i'm super capitalist free markets and everything but to talk about abortion in particular i'm personally an prolife however i'm pro choice when it comes to other people's decisions on abortion or other such things like organizations evidence for liberty we actually say that we are entites data's eminent type sexism pro markets and pro choice in everything an abortion of course is a part of that so for me how i view it is i think that it's a very tough decision if people come to sometimes end i would like to create a world in which is a decision that fewer people feel like they have to make that said i don't think that it's the role the state stop people from having abortions end i would absolutely never wants to see increased abortion restrictions or even a lot of be a restrictions on reproductive freedom in general now then i'm sure we'll get into a little bit more some of the causes of abortion when it comes to access to things like birth control and ability for people to make some of their own choices around the end you know my my position i think it's actually pretty consistent from a libertarian perspective active you know be libertarian party's into his found in the seventies one of the big contentious issues if they start it on with the fact that they supported a right to abortion in a way that no other the republicans or the democrats dead the way i i've you it is it a property rights issue i owned my body and all the other rights come from the fact that fundamental property rights in my body in so yeah i don't think the state should be able to tell me what i do this issue is so politicized people tend to view it as if everybody is radically prolife or radically pro choice or really the way the people see it is that people are iser against women's right to self ownership or they're in favor of killing babies in very very few people are another one in fact the vast majority of americans kind of fall in line which is where abortion law currently are that's sort of where they feel about it in general most americans do you consider themselves subscribe to some extent end are also in favor of abortion not being illegal in so i think like when we hear from people usually hear from people who are the radicalism people were the most most invested in making this a political issue i also get sort of treated as a political football for the democratic party in the republican party but that's not really how most americans feel about this issue yeah i would say so what do you think about dean late term abortion because now they're kind of talking king about that all the time but then breeding into it a little bit further there's sometimes really is a medical need for it the the problem being that it could be abused right they could say oh little her brain cause a girl didn't want advocate anymore and people say oh that would never happen but i dunno i think it was i think people could totally do crazy stuff like that do you have any thoughts on the holy term a debate currently so it definitely i think that late term debate largely comes from again that sort of politicization sation of it because most people in fact i would argue the vast majority of people do have those late term abortion that was a very wanted baby people don't go through eight or nine months of pregnancy which is life altering his body altering train will physically changer body for the rest of her life in many different ways and everything from stretch marks and not being able to take the same way to having you're bone structure a change in the size of your feet change in centrally getting diabetes and also i think most people don't do that and then decide on a whim actually you know what i don't have this baby that's not usually what happened the vast majority of late term abortions are a very wanted baby that they then found now has some thinking like is going to be born without a heart or without a brain or have something like haystacks disease and it's going to die a slow and painful death over the course of its first year so life that's usually what ends up happening in these late term abortions in fact even the we discuss them as if people are just planning last minute there's very few doctors i think there's actually there's for doctors i believe could be there used to be i believe there used to be five and now and now there's four bucks one of them was murdered by an antiabortion accident but it could be four and then three i'm pretty sure there's for doctors in his entire country who will do elective late term abortion end you're talking about tens the thousands of dollars so now the market that's not going to happen you know libertarians who believe in markets like there isn't a market for that yeah so i think that like the reason that we discuss it is because it's something that sounds so horrific something that is easily politicize yeah absolutely what do you think for example of the lady who had the baby this is like a weird case it's just going in making the rounds so there is the woman who was five months pregnant and she start a fight with her boyfriend girlfriend or something they had like some kind of a fight in just five months pregnant and she started the fight and then the girl the girl that she fought shot her in the stomach stomach and kill the baby and i don't know all the details exactly so you know fix me if if you know more than i do but apparently the girl who did the shooting didn't get into any trouble but the woman who had the baby she was arrested or she's being tried for manslaughter because she put her baby into harm's way so that's kind of like a thing that politically is getting thrown around because people are saying oh i know is just kind of a weird take that they're they're looking at it from like i guess the quote unquote feminist perspective i dunno i saw people referring to this lake handmaid's tale but i don't know what do you think about that is that i do with this and then also like why is that manslaughter will if you're like back baby but if it's five months elected we get rid of it not a baby you know what i mean that that's kind of like an unusual thing the way they treated in law yeah absolutely i mean i think this is sort of a result of the person had amendments have this idea that you know a baby a full person a vote in the mother she's actually charged with manslaughter because she was shot in the stomach end i yeah i think that's absolutely dehumanizing this idea that this woman who really wanted the baby i mean i don't think she wanted the baby demean murdered and she was attacked violently like yeah maybe she started the fight eastern shore but why certify that a baby in there i mean that's probably a bad call i mean maybe but let's say that you starting argument in a bar such you know like let's say someone i i don't know what caused the starting five but maybe someone comes up to you you had a few drinks and someone comes up then they call you name maybe they grab you're precursor something and then you start a fight with them and they shoot you would it be you're full no rain i mean if you well i mean i think if i start a fight with them is not my fault why am i turning fight with people wire day shooting someone in the valley i mean i think there's one thing that issue to right yeah i mean i think this is absolutely dehumanizing it does it is related to abortion because it's this idea that because that the baby's person could be quote actually that i think came from i'm trying i'm trying to remember what exactly the cook came from brooklyn the police department can't remember the exact quote but it was something along the lines of there's.
"about ten percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Guatemala is one of the Central American to injuries from which large numbers of Mike. Leaving and heading to the US acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McLean is in Guatemala, foreign anti-smuggling operation two hundred quantum on in US personnel rating, migrant smugglers across that country if the end of the day, even if they claim the Silom only about ten percent will have a valid asylum claim. So these folks are not going to have a valid permission to stay in the United States. They will eventually be subject to removal, and that's a false promise that these are offering them and they're giving up their life savings to try to jump on Hillary Clinton delivered the commencement address at New York City's hunter college is no time for apathy. Instead, it should be a time for action. He cited the administration's attempted Muslim ban refusal to condemn Russia for meddling into sixteen election and working to tear down civil rights. There may not be tanks in our streets, but make no mistake. We are witnessing an assault on the rule of law, and the foundations of our democracy. In pennsylvania. Cody short is on a hospital critical list. He planned to plead guilty to illegally catching, and then trying to sell venomous eastern timber, Rattlers rattlesnakes that was until he was bitten by one of those Rattlers. He was also going to plead guilty to gunning down twelve prize deer in a separate case. Now, he's fighting for his life. This is ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like you're on a never ending treadmill? Staying.
"about ten percent" Discussed on KOMO
"Plunging by about ten percent helping to suppress the gains of the thirty stock Dow which lagged other markets with a four hundred point or one point six percent gain to win the week at twenty five eight forty-nine, the broader markets had a stellar week though with the SNP total market index s&p five hundred both rising just under three percent while the NASDAQ posted a weekly gain of almost four percent bond. Prices rose slightly as the yield on tenure Tino dip from two point six three percent to two point five nine percent. Gold briefly slipped below thirteen hundred dollars an ounce before sneaking up a bit to end the week at one thousand three hundred and two dollars an ounce. Finally, look for gasoline prices to be on the rise as US crude shot up four percent for the week to fifty eight dollars and thirty nine cents a barrel. I'm Don McDonald? Komo news. Here. Now are your political insights, President Trump issuing his very first veto after congress passed a resolution blocking his emergency declaration. I have the duty to veto it at a very proud to be twelve Republican senators joined forty seven democrat than passing the house back measure rebuking, Trump, the president was surrounded by angel families and border patrol officers in the Oval Office as he signed the veto the White House and members of congress stood in solidarity with the people of New Zealand after a mass shooting killed forty nine. People speaker Nancy Pelosi and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy. Both condemned the hatred and bigotry that incited the attack among those offering condolences were senators Marco Rubio, and Rob Portman a democratic presidential hopefuls Kamla Harris better Aurore, Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren freshman lawmaker Ilhan Omar one of two Muslim women in congress roaches quote morning with the Muslim community. Those are your political insights Mona Kosar. Abdeel ABC news. News washington. Secretary. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Just checking in with the state for throng and the word is you should be pretty good no matter where you're driving around the Puget Sound area. Looking good on four zero five.
"about ten percent" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Sounds like it. They are going to fight. I mean, they are just hoping that they can reach some common ground and and hoping that they have some leverage to move forward with. They know. Know how ever that they are in a fight with these other plants that also have lost or have laid off workers. So it's going to be tough. I mean, they are up against the other unions. And they they begin negotiating at the beginning of the year their contract, I believe is up in September. But they are they are vowing to fight as hard as they can one point that I also wanna raise is that, you know, there are a number of suppliers that a represented by that union here in Lordstown and Trumbull county as well. And they are also going to be devastated by this. If we don't get a product, and that could be, you know, up to ten thousand workers and a lot of them don't have the opportunity to try and transfer to another plant the ripple effect, right? It's not just the job losses at the plan. It's all the secondary. Supporting industries as well, Michelle. Yes, exactly. And Dave green said that throughout Ohio. There are thirty different suppliers that to supply parts to their plant. So that's huge and three million dollars. Approximately is what goes into the village of Lordstown as far as income tax from that plant and eight hundred thousand dollars to the school district, which is about ten percent of their budget. I mean, there's a lot of economic impact from all of this, let alone, you know, all the businesses that'll be impacted if people move to take a job at another plant. I mean, there's a lot riding on this. Let's get Bill here from holyoke, Massachusetts high Bill. Welcome to one point. Hello. My point was going to be that we should really be taken the lead in the electric car department. Now's the time to change the writings on the wall as far as fossil fuels go. We have the technology. You have the battery. Technology. We should be solar panels on every roof charging vehicles and getting the military industrial complex out of the auto business and doubling down on those electric cars. Bill. I hear you. Thanks very much. Let's get and in here from Windham, Connecticut. Hi, Andy, you're on the air. Hey, how's it going good? Go ahead. I really like the comment from from your ghost concerning on market demand. And that's really that's really what America's built on is what the customers really want. And unfortunately, consumers don't want what these plans are producing. But I, and I think we also have to be careful about how the government gets involved in our our economics. And maybe we could take a page out of on a Scandinavia as far as retraining and for these workers that are going to be displaced. I mean, that's really something that makes it makes a lot of sense. And while these these companies come up with products, they're going to sell, and I and I have a funny feeling what you've said it sounds like the the union representation is actually mad at GM. And I think we have to rethink how we react. This bad news. I hear it Andy. Thank you. Speaking of to your point of government involvement in the economics of all this sim. Do do any of these changes at GM have to do with President Trump's tariffs on US built vehicles. Or is it totally separate and apart. From that. There's there's totally, you know, some impact in terms of raising costs for to build these vehicles and making them less economically viable, you know, and that's something that has affected the industry as a whole every manufacturer is being impacted by tariffs sport recently announced that the in the third quarter..
"about ten percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Savings can i give you some historical perspective right now if you go all the way back to nineteen twenty eight that's right before the great stock market crash that preceded the great depression really end of twenty fourteen the average annual return for the s and p five hundred including dividends is about ten percent show me an asset class with a better average return you can't do it stocks aren't just the best game in town they're the only game in town and fruit goals to grow your wealth now for some of you want to get rich quick rather than gingrich carefully see what it did that ten percent average annual return for the i know may not see my such an impressive number so many probably saying well thanks for nothing wait a second you're wrong you're just wrong forget the fact that it's more than double which you can even get expect from thirty year treasury or stiff deposit i mean they earn the next enough let's examine that ten percent figure nap salute terms when you're taking a longterm view which is what we're doing tonight meaning planning for your entire lifetime racking up ten percent return from a simple inexpensive s and p five hundred index fund which you know i prefer starts to seem pretty darn impressive sure the market's going to have it's up years in it's dan years but over a long enough timeframe that ten percent figure including dividends has helped pretty steady but to really understand the value of an asset class that tends to give you a ten percent return the average here you need to view this number through the lens of what's known as compound interest sometimes i'll talk about this as the magic of compounding think of it like this if you invest one hundred dollars and yes and be five hundred and it gains ten percent in the first year then you've got one hundred ten dollars after another year of ten percent gains you've got one hundred twenty one dollars a third year of the same gives you one hundred thirty three dollars the canes keep getting larger and larger because each year you're making a digital money off the previous year's prophets eventually with a ten percent average return you'll double.
"about ten percent" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast
"It was interesting that amd said that cryptocurrency and blockchain sipe applications were about ten percent of the quarters revenue which is not small i mean if you figure it's an extra hundred sixty five million add to the bottom line that's a pretty good chunk of change they don't expect sales to fall off nearly as much as we saw a couple of years back when the original bitcoin kind of dropped in the market and was nearly worthless and everybody started selling their jews graphics card on the secondary market we have many more options and this is you know md's claiming this that that the infrastructure and the amount of products that they can compute on gp's is far larger than what we saw in the past and so people are more willing to hold onto their cards and use it for different products to to mine rather than just dumping them on the secondary market and you know flooding ebay with cheap well used cards md's not expecting that but we'll see what actually happens they they really have their cpu market and they're productdevelopment going really really well so we've got zinn plus this year next year round the same time we're gonna seize end to tell is is it's looks like they've got signs of life and they're going to start being more aggressive but hopefully amdi is able to keep pedal to the metal and continue to produce competitive products at decent prices and we'll see how that goes but for now they're kind of sitting pretty the other interesting news is they have received one seven net i believe they said they received one seven nanometer test chip or chips from tsmc the assumption here do to what lisa was kinda caught saying in the in the.
"about ten percent" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"China's bed as they seem your days in eight leo user sensitivity to your advantage it may give you insight into things that others miss your day is a ten vergal all good things must come to an end don't be afraid to dive into new and exciting endeavour your days the ten lebron you may feel like you're coming to a standstill don't allow yourself to spin out of control your day is a seven scorpio will be more sensitive to the people around you this may be easier said than done but this kind of behavior is the key to your success and your date is a seven and such areas dealt with a little things bother you there are so many more wonderful things to celebrate your day is a nine and those are your monday morning horoscope thousand dollar brooklyn betting free money phone tap on the way no it about our who does the former deputies oh brody tempers will flare let's get into your headlines bethany what's going on i write the wildfires in california are now larger than new york city and boston combined there are six fires total the largest is the thomas fire which is burnt two hundred and thirty thousand acres as of last night that's only about ten percent contained the far one person has died as a result of the fires california's not expected to get rain for at least a week as danielle said carson winds could be out for the rest of this season he suffered an acl injury during yesterday's game against the rams he's getting it emma right today to see exactly what everything looks like how does it make your team members feel how does it make your friends in philly feel it will be the same as of great t tore his aci zealot it would make it would be just all devastated devastated team uh the northeast and the midwest are supposed to get more snowfall between today and wednesday this is your hourly reminder to take a deep breath and i would do the same damn thing a cincinnati woman burned her house down in an attempt to get rid of bed bugs.
"about ten percent" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Dated option and so we invest about ten percent of the portfolio in a long dated put option that we know with a high level of certainty if the market drops you know twenty thirty forty percent what that option is gonna do and that that it's it's going to go a long way to protect people out of the downside of the market so that's the fundamental concepts obviously from a compliance perspective we don't really go out and talk about that it is insurance but it's very much like insurance and we go back to the view of hey most everyone insurers most aspects of their lives their auto their house their health or wife but why not your portfolio and so we think it's a much better hedge the question always comes back to it is a costeffective over the long haul and that that's a great segway in do can you really come up with a costeffective way so when you get in the nittygritty of our strategy because we use longdated options we think we avoid some of that rapid time became that occurs as an option goes towards expiration so there's the curve and it's it's not a linear curve it it kind of goes off the cliff at the very last week six months with an option so what we typically do will head something over a multi period and then re hedge every year an annual basis so did a really allows you to do is as the markets are going through ball markets you're able to lock in higher and higher levels on an annual basis and that means sell the original put that use the heads the portfolio and by another put option at a higher strike crisis and so if i give you an example would march you know nine we were locked into fixed it the we had a six fifty strike on the s p and right now we have a 2500 strike price put option on the sp 500 and so that means if the market drops to 1800 on the s p that that dropped enough twice those put options will largely make up most of the losses in the portfolio in so you don't have to do is secrets saw splitter are there any ballparks you guys are kinda targeting say no in general one of the cool things.
"about ten percent" Discussed on NPR News Now
"As npr's michele kelemen reports the alleged violations date back to a time when secretary of state rex tillerson was exxon's chief executive exxon mobil caused the two dollar fine unfair saying it was following the treasury department's guidance at the time when it signed deals with the russian oil company rosneft ross nefissi ceo eager sachin is blacklisted by the treasury department which says that exxon mobil showed quote reckless disregard for us sanctions when it signed those deals in may of 2014 secretary of state rex tillerson was see yeowah at the time his spokesman had no comment on the treasury department's actions the fine amounts to about ten percent of one days earnings for exxon mobil michelle kelemen npr news washington the justice department says the global police operation this taken down to anonymous off lined internet sites attorney general jeff session says one side called alf obey was the largest drug marketplace on the socalled dark net and alphabased staff member client that this group serviced more than forty thousand illegal vin doors people who sell illegal products for more than two hundred thousand custom by far most of this activity was in the illegal drugs pouring fuel on the fire of the national drug epidemic police in thailand say the alleged founder of alpha bay committed suicide in jail over a week ago pryatta scheduled court hearing me mon european law enforcement officials say police have been controlling a second disabled darkness site called hansa for about a month.