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Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

Correspondents Report

07:59 min | 7 months ago

Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

"On stories featuring ultra-orthodox rallies Middle East correspondent. Eric torture has encountered quantitative aversion to the media to but one story on the unlikeliest of topics gave Eric Harley Perspective on Israel's ultra-orthodox community we were meant to be meeting at a week shop. A boutique high end classy place. For the most discerning fashion-conscious Ultra Orthodox women in Tel Aviv. Instead we were standing outside a row of dingy apartments in the ultra Orthodox neighborhood of bonaire. Brac was this the right address wrecked and dirty prams rusting bikes and scooters crowded the steps. If H Building Ultra Orthodox men watch shirts black coats and lodge black hats rushed past not looking at ABC producer who had an eye waiting on the footpath except for one man who was pushing a baby in a pram. He conspicuously moved closer to US alarmed. By these two men wearing colored clothing amidst crowds of black and white he parked himself in his placid by be nixed staring then he pushed the Pramod Fouad making him move so he could position himself directly across from me all without speaking. I might I contact wondering if he wanted to talk but he just stood at the spice between us clicking a PUMPKIN BETWEEN HIS TEETH CLICK. Click click stay. I looked at flood. Who SHRUGGED THE STANDOFF? Continued with more clicking. I didn't mind this was actually better than some of my previous interactions with ultra Orthodox men when doing a story about men resisting. Israel's conscription lows some allowed us to film in the giant Bible College while others stridently resisted my attempts to film them demonstrating on the streets while filming another story in the same ultra Orthodox neighborhood of Tel Aviv. One man tried to fight me and I hadn't even been filming him one Friday evening. Crowds of Ultra Orthodox men and children blocked dot car on Jerusalem's main highway shouting Shabbat remonstration for breaking the Sabbath by driving police in a truck barreled in scattering them like skittles before blasting the few who remained with a water cannon so by comparison one man standing uncomfortably close to us in clicking Pumpkin. Sade between his teeth was a fairly mild experience. It ended with the arrival of Mary. Bilan stylist fashion blogger and social media personality. A six foot tall colorfully dressed thirty nine year. Old Mother of five who also happens to be ultra Orthodox even though Mary carefully follows the many roles of Ultra Orthodox stress. I didn't notice she was doing sir. Married Ultra Orthodox. Women are required to cover their heads in public. But I didn't know Mary's Long Brown hair was a whig abroad. Orange jump was at odds with the normally muted tones. Worn by many ultra-orthodox women. Her long flowing skirt was so fashionable. I wasn't paying attention. To the fact that also met the strict modesty demands of the ultra Orthodox world. Mary's might a name for herself. Dressing like this in publishing pictures and videos on the social media platform instagram. She calls it modest fashion down playing. It's religious origins. She says Kate Middleton now. The Duchess of Cambridge is an exemplar of this trend which also appeals to women who are not religious modest. She tells me now. Maine's Classy a researcher of Ultra Orthodox culture at Tel Aviv. University seem at celts. Berg told me the same thing. The increased number of ultra Orthodox women in the workplace was leading to some mixing of fashion. Id's Dr Salzburg. Now Kosheh closed. She saw her ultra-orthodox colleagues wearing to work and the religious women in her workplace now being more daring with the address most of the fashion nuance was admittedly lost on me. But Mary said it's allowed religious women to express themselves while avoiding criticism from this strict communities and she showed me a remarkable example of the religious fashion business in the basement below this dingy apartment block we threaded our way past the broken prams bikes and cheap toys past giant rubbish bins in the dark recess below. The building scattering strike cats. As we walked down some steps to a small door disappointingly. There was a buzzer. Instead of a secret knock but three excited female faces appeared and the women inside lead us into a shining Lee brought space. What wools pink panels and down lights gave a glamorous look to this basement workshop and styling studio of Benign Brex most sought after week? Mike is There was six ultra-orthodox women inside busy making wigs that cost from five to thirteen thousand Australian dollars. The hair is human comes from Russia and Sri Lanka Blonde and rid of the most expensive color and h wig is made specifically for the woman ordering it. The process of making a wig for each person takes two to three months and is a creative endeavor. It's off the wigmakers. Proudly told me not just anyone can do it. In the back of the workshop individual hairs are sewn threaded onto tot black nets giving the impression of thick lush hair. That's difficult to distinguish from someone's natural growth. I didn't realize all the women were wearing weeks. So expertly with their fringes threaded and halons disguised styling in fact wigs like this guilty of bank to good some ultra orthodox rabbis who set the rules of dress and behavior for their communities have banned them saying instead that women must shave and cover their heads with scarves knitted caps. This makes the wigmakers very angry. The Torah the Jewish Bible doesn't say women must be ugly. They told me only that they must cover their heads. These women are nothing. Like what I'd been told to expect from the Ultra Orthodox Women Mary. Young and families have an average of seven kids. Women also worked to support their families while many husband studied the Torah full-time the female employment rate for Ultra Orthodox women is the same as the mainstream Israeli population. While for men. It's only fifty percent early marriage. Nd heavy burdens of child rearing and work main ultra Orthodox. Women are often portrayed as victims of a repressive religious environment. That's run by men but these brought fallacious. Women were not victims. They were successful entrepreneurs soon to move out of the basement to a biggest studio. This place was filled with laughter and smiles as we took photos and had the week making process explained to us. Men Don't normally come in here especially not foreign men. They told us so visit was unusual and exciting. In fact I realized I'd had almost no interaction at all with Ultra Orthodox women before I see them everywhere but they don't normally speak to me. The experience was so different. My many interactions with Alterra Orthodox men some have been positive but the human tendency is to remember the violent negative ones much more strongly. I wish they were more opportunities like this to say the ultra-orthodox weld in such a funny friendly way. Many Israelis resent the for their extremism reliance on government allowances and refusal to serve in the army also for opposing sicklers. Riley's non observance of religious rules such as taking public transport on the Sabbath. We'll selling non kosher food. I understand all of that living as I do in Jerusalem. Israel's most religious city but now I understand that there's a lot of progress and a lot to like about the ultra Orthodox and to appreciated adjusted to look more closely at what women were wearing

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Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know

Android Central Podcast

11:00 min | 1 year ago

Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know

"Kind of dropped a whole bunch, more information on just before three starts, or stadia, the streaming service that we originally knew as product stream and his grown into this, this own monster its own creature that's going to be delivering video games to us. Sometime this all? And so we got a bunch of information, so we wanted to go ahead and talk about it. I'm joined fi- gaming editor Jennifer lock. I think is actually sexually your first time on the central. Yeah. I've never been on it for so, well, this is going to be a lot of fun. No pressure anything. It's a lot of pressure. And also joining us again to talk about stadia again is actually Carly lachey from all of our sites. Yes. Hi. So we got a ton of information today. I figured we were kinda dive right in and see what parts. We liked and didn't like in what we still don't know about yet to, to kinda sort this out. I guess the I guess, maybe the most important thing is the price seemed to be like the big thing that people weren't super sure about, like they had seen some of the details about the streaming service, but they like seemed like the biggest question was how much is this gonna cost me? Yes, actually, because it's supposed to be like a kind of free for all platform, ten dollars fair. I think but I wouldn't buy game separately, if I'm also paying ten dollars a month. I don't want to pay more for a game. Yes. So, so the pricing details are, are a little on the confusing side, their stadia pro which is the big thing that they're pushing today for peop. To preorder starting starting right now. And it's it's ten dollars a month, and you get access to a couple of free games when when you start off. You just get access to the one free game, which we'll talk about a little later and then there's going to be more added as part of that subscription. But then you can also buy games kind of Allah cart. Whatever game you're excited about we don't know what the prices of those games individually are. But you can buy those games and all of those games are playable. If you have the right internet connection at four K six firms per second on a ton of different things. We originally thinking this was just going to be on the chrome cast ultra start. But it turns out that it's going to be the chrome cast ultra, it's going to be just about anything with chrome web, browser and the pixel three and perhaps more surprising, the pixel three the kind of ultra cheap pixel, that was just released at Google. Yo is also going to support at launch with more. Phones kind of expected later, and there's also something to note that I think with stadia pro this grip shin you get like some free games in some discounted games. They mentioned exclusive discounts on some games later, but didn't really break down, what that was. I mean that could be pretty cool. I soon as similar to what a PlayStation, plus does currently. Yes, so similar to similar setup there, where you can get kind of some some discounts on games at probably older games where the discount isn't going to be quite as big as the although I guess, probably to start off. They're going to they're going to try and get people excited about a couple of games. But separate from stadia pro is something that will be available. Later will not be available at launch in November. Is stadium base and stadium base is just the ability to purchase a game play stream it from from anywhere. And that there's no there's no monthly service included in that. But you are only limited you're limited to ten eighty p streaming as thank with the parole plan. You get like surround sound or something, which you don't get with the base. Yes. Five months around sound, five point once around somewhere. Whereas you get a stereo audio with the with stadium base, so the stadium basis something where if you wanna pick up a game you can play anywhere. But if you want the best possible experience, the they're gonna charge, you this ten bucks a month. And it's ten bucks a month in the US twelve bucks a month in Canada. But it's supposed to be the kind of the equivalent of tenuous dollars in fourteen different countries when it launches yet, I think it's interesting to have the base launch a lot like sometime in twenty twenty and a lot later actual date. Yeah. It's, it's obviously like their tests. They're doing a sort of rollout launch something more gradual. I think like the fourteen countries is also just a way to like really tests like all the latency stuff in the actual product before they really go wide because while while it's available in fourteen countries in the US is one of those countries you can't play in Guam, or Hawaii, which is they're just like internet connections in those places are just not great. So trying to guarantee any kind of quality in those places is a real challenge, regardless of what you know, hardware. You've got. Yeah. Plus, there's no there's nothing so far for any Asian countries either right? Yeah. So there's, there's a lot of limitations for, for where, but but, you know, fourteen countries seems like a stronger role out that I think I was initially expecting a the, the original test for project stream was was located just in the US. You couldn't do it outside. Of the US at all. So it's cool that they are at least aware that they're global audience wants to do this as well. That it's not just a US product launch which is something kind of struggles with a lot of times, you know, releasing things in the US first, and then, and then maybe getting to Canada and the UK, you know, six months, or a year later, I would have hoped they would have tested that out during products dream for a worldwide launch because they kind of sold it as this global thing, where they have all their servers, everywhere. But it's just like or teen countries launch. Yes, I mean, a big part of the, the launch of the Carleen, I went to GD see they, they were talking about how it's basically proximity to Google data centers. Right. So like the countries that they listed these are all countries were Google data centers exist, which means that stadia servers, can exist and likely already do exist in those places. So being able to do that kind of local compression, streaming stuff in country. I suspect a lot easier than than, you know, the product stream, thing was just US focused and just, you know, chrome based so that it could happen in the US servers. So they're testing. I totally get that. I just think some people will be confused because when it was first now, the Google stadia. They really sold it as like, hey, anywhere in the world want to play though. That was a big thing that Carly, I noted when they did the original announcement was that the hype level was just through the roof, right? It was just it was just this, you know, you're going to be able to play anything anywhere, and it's going to change what gaming. And, and so this is this announcement. What they're calling stadia connect with. They're gonna do apparently multiple of throughout the year as these kind of streamed announcements is that kind of coming back down to reality yet. I think it's interesting that they're doing it that way. It's the way that Nintendo's kind of been doing it for a while now. And the institute, working well for them out, Google staling in have to imagine other people will follow, especially now that, like, like presenting everything. Ether is in the thing anymore, right? Yeah. I mean that's. Shown up just XBox, just just Microsoft micro. You walk in. And there's just a giant Microsoft booth all its embassy want. Yeah, it's just Microsoft and Bethesda side by side in the hall. It's everything's great. So there's a to, to get setup. Actually, I missed this as part of the youth. There's a founder package to sign up available starting today, and they made it very clear that there's only a limited number of these refuse to tell anybody, what that number is I suspect that it's, it's gonna run for a couple of weeks and then and then just not available anymore. There's a unique color to the stadium controller which originally was was shown off in three colors, black white. And this kind of limi- Minty green with a savvy called with Sabi, which I eight that color, you said, you preordered I will say, I did, and I've held each one of these controllers in my hand and I really liked that color in hand. It's not it doesn't look super great pictures, but I really liked it when I was holding it, so that I it might just be that the just like, the, the highlighter yellow accents, under the controllers really got me. I don't know what it is. But this did not look that great TIMMY, now. And. I get that. Yeah. So there's, there's also a dark blue controller that's going to be a part of this limited edition, which also looks very nice has armed accents on it, which is similar to the orange accents that are on some of the other controllers, but the, the dark blue kind of offsets a nice way and it's apparently only going to have this, this color available for, for this launch crew, you get the controller which is normally seventy bucks and the chrome cast ultra which is also normally seventy bucks three months of stadia for you three months of stadium for a friend. Which is so nice to give someone access to stadium, but not have a controller for them. Just kind of a separate thing, and then. Access to early registration for your username on stadia, which is obviously super important for your future as a prolific game. Streamer. Absolutely. And, and then early access to, to one of the you know the the one game that you're gonna get at launch something like just the hardware. The, the kid itself is one hundred twenty nine dollars, which in and of itself is cheaper than buying the controller on the chrome cast Alterra separately. Plus, you get the, the three months of pro so that's thirty bucks, right there. Yeah. You get three months on top of that. And then three months that you can gift to someone else that they have made it clear, what, the, the gifting price is going to be I assume it also just be the ten bucks a month. I liked that. They're starting out with a gifting idea because I you know, I have family members that I would probably gift stadia to, you know, but, but, you know, even if it's not something that I end up playing myself, so. So for them to start off with a gifting concept, is something that I like, especially given Jen, and my recent frustration with trying to gift things through the PlayStation store and how just it just doesn't exist anymore. It's also a good kind of marketing tactic like as a way for people to kind of spread the word about stadium and have people, maybe try it for free. And then the ice whom they hope that allow these people who have the buddy pass will purchase stuff of their own or get a buddy pass for somebody else, or something like that

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"alterra" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"Of Alterra premium laptops, while as some information they unveiled add computrac and gave me news. We'll be taking look at well and overwatch player recreating smash broS in blizzards workshop must be taking look at e three twenty nineteen EA's, play stream, schedule featuring starrewards apex legends and more in finally, we'll be taking a look at the avengers game. That is also going to be revealed at e three. Twenty nineteen and it's called Marvel's avengers. Nope. Not making this up, but something we could make up yet. Not also, as well is did you know that? Well, you know, phobias right here in the United States are people have phobias about everything your fear of rain fear of spiders, things like that? You're probably aware of something called technophobia, which is the fear of technology. But did you know that there's like two other ones that have been added who while next ones are normal? Phobia, is the fear of being without a mobile phone, and cyber phobia, is the fear of computers. Just in case he didn't know that. Well, you welcome. Nine oh. Another thing to be frightened about. Moving onto today. In tech history today is may twenty ninth twenty nineteen on this day in nineteen ninety nine the space shuttle discovery completes, the first docking with the international space station. Also on this day in one thousand hundred ninety two the apple Newton was announced at Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago, Apple computer, CEO, John Sculley, first announces the coming release of the Newton personal digital assistant to a group of reporters explaining that the revenue the Newton is nothing less than a revolution. Although there is not a fully functioning prototype available. The Newton technology has demonstrated including how to order a pizza by moving topping icons onto a pie. And then faxing the order from the device, goodness, this was hundred ninety two guys the Newton is Apple's first major product line. Since the MacIntosh was released eight years earlier, the Newton unveiling generates immediate buzzed, but due to several factors skies, announcement, will ultimately be considered a major mistake. You CD announcement itself tip to companies hand to its competitors and wildly inflated. Consumer expectations. The Newton's release was delayed until August of nineteen Ninety-three when it was released. It was not as user friendly at expected. Specifically the, the core handwriting recognition feature was widely criticized as buggy and inaccurate. Now all the technology was greatly improved in subsequent versions, the Newton never gained much commercial success in shortly after his return Steve Jobs, discontinued the Newton in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight which price said, good, riddance, goodness, moved on to bigger about. Also on this day in.

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"alterra" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on WTVN

"Weekend to look forward to triple eight seven to seven B E, C K is Israel, practice, practicing new crowd control methods. We could learn from there's a big, there's a lot of developments in the Middle East. There's a supposedly a new plan of ten thousand troops five to ten thousand troops to be sent to the area of Iran. And that's they're talking about the reporting is strange on it, because they're treating it like it's a real story, but then they're saying it's going to be proposed today, which kind of signals to me, it's not probably not decided yet. Yeah, exactly. Although we're certainly stepping up our game with Iran has of late. And, you know, I don't think anyone wants to go to war with Trump, especially when he was a guy who ran really is probably the most, you know, anti international involvement, Republican. But at least I can remember I mean it goes back a long. My lifetime for sure which I like. Tired of being the police of the world. Yeah, it's getting involved. Especially in Middle Eastern nation building regime change in nation, building it doesn't work out. They don't they don't have the same mindset and mentality love for freedom that we that we do. They've got a different sort of system over there, and they like their system. And when you replace the leaders that they have usually you're replacing with somebody worse. So that's a workout that, well, you know, it's, it's Trump kind of comes at this from a different perspective. But it's consistent with the libertarian argument on war, which is basically, we as governments suck at everything and wars included in that. That's the libertarian analysis, basically, like the same thing happens, I think too, you know, I don't always agree with libertarians on matters of law and order, sort of policing, but it's the same sort of argument, like we are not good at doing things through the government. You know, the international war is something we try to do through the government. We don't do it the right way, we don't use the right process. And when we get in there, we screw it up because it's not even we act sometimes as if these things are like easy things that were messing up because we're incompetent. Well, they're hard to do. Well, we just had Senator that said two strikes, and it's over in a war with Iran. Come on. That's, that's just ridiculous. I mean like that's not going to be an easy one and I don't wanna go near it. Honestly. That's going to be you would think much more difficult than Afghanistan or Iraq. I mean, they're much more society. Militarily lot more people. It's it's dangerous. Way, it was in World War, Two an hour is just not. And we wouldn't fight it that way, if we fought it that way, you know, maybe you could get a good resolution in a reason resolution at the very reasonable amount, would be terrible resolution, right? We're talking about probably thousands of people many innocent Iranians. Who don't support the regime at all? I mean they're not very popular there. There's just no way there's no way to make this work. And that's kind of, you know, I think we're both of us have landed over the years. It's like I supported the Iraq war back in the day, I certainly believe there was weapons of mass destruction there. And we know how that story played out. But I the years have come not necessarily because of, of that war, teaching me some lesson, it's really more about understanding the capabilities of human beings. And especially when they gather in government, there's even are capable of many amazing things obviously, our troops do incredible things when they are put into war. But managing that war is a central is an exercise in central planning. And we know as conservatives that's exercises in central planning don't work out that will that often. Now there's another big sort of flare up in the Middle East as well. This one in Israel, where Alterra orthodox Jews have been protesting all over all over Israel and many Israelis are complaining that they're causing disruptions to commerce, they're stopping traffic. They're doing all sorts of things. They're upset about. Yeah. Let's see, they, let's see read this earlier. No, the actual protests in this article or might have been another one. I'm not sure. But I think the real focus here, they're, they're a nuisance. Well, yes. People say that. Yeah. Yeah, look, we're trying to drive home, and we can't there's a there's a situation many years ago. And, and this happens all over the place. But when people will protest about their job, situation, or the environment or whatever, and they the walkout into the middle of a busy road and stop traffic and I was thinking, myself like how can this work? If you're trying to win people over like you're just ruining their day and make it so they can't get home. That's not affecting for their families told the story about about the janitors strike in Houston when I was there. Yeah. And the SEI you came down from Chicago. And they would have trucks filled with in the back. They were filled with garbage and they'd go through an intersection like a main intersection, and then somebody would push all the garbage out in the middle of the intersex stalled traffic to say on the side of the Janet now that's not helping because the point is like this is what would happen if janitors. Right. They drive trucks through the dump garbage in the middle of the street sense. That doesn't. That doesn't help me be sympathetic to your cause that his. Yeah. So this one, I guess they were there. This one in Israel. They were protesting the Eurovision song contest. Now, these are very, very your vision song. Yeah. They that was held in Israel, which isn't, by the way. In europe. But it is kind of seen so vision applies. So that's okay. That's where yes. So they went in there. They went to protest starting. You know, starting to become an issue they've tried like police on horseback and all these things try to break up these rallies, apparently the new tactic is that women have decided to go topless. Apparently under modesty rules. These men are forbidden to view erotic images of women other than their wives and in some cases, view women at all Israeli advertising posters are periodically defaced, if they contain images of women and some newspapers won't run any photos of women. So the idea is that the women will now start taking their tops off. Break up the protests because they're not allowed to see women without their tops off. So they will they will physically be at the protests. Yes and take their top, I'll take their tops off. And once they see that they had to leave which theoretical approach on. It's going to work. That's an interesting tactic does seem like a tactic of the left often in the United States. Like I loved it there, always, like, oh, these are, let's show, these men, these are our bodies. We're going to go to this place naked and guys like you're, you're showing us. You've taught us a lesson. His guys hate it. Don't wear clothing. It's just you don't wanna see that generally speaking, this look, down upon by guys all over the world now in this particular case, I think it is actually looked down upon. However, I've always amazed by that here in the United States. Whether it's like it's like women are like, oh, well, I'll show oh, show you whose body this is all gonna go topless guys like you're proving a great point right now, and you're teaching us all the patriarchy, like, do you realize what side the patriarch is on? They convinced you to take your top off. Do you realize that you're on the wrong side of the patriarchy when you're protesting with your with your clothing, off, not a good direction for you to go? But they do that. All the time. Yeah, the one way they do a lot of times is, and it is affected when done this way, is they take their clothes off. But it's the people you.

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"alterra" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"alterra" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on Unchained

"Know more activist and basically on chain governance, as we know this was something where like, I I know the system actually decided okay, we're gonna do off chain. Like, why did you decide to go this direction? So if you I've you governance as a I view as a problem of trust so much the same way that bitcoin solved the tryst. Of currency of being able to send tokens without interest Bank. Sopa sensual coin issue in the same way theorem is trying to solve the tryst of law right of counterparty risk. I view governance is another one of those issues. It's it's a tryst of a of a process. The trust of the whoever is has the authority or whichever assembled Actes healthy, collectible thority to Alterra system to to do things that the system wasn't in some sense designed to do. It's a problem of trusting that they won't act in a way that is against you'll you'll wishes without giving you a chance to kind of exit or at least half some sort of say proportional to what you're expecting would be. So it's about making open and transparent the process full how the system will change over time now off chain governance isn't really a thing off chain governance is really just saying, well, we don't want to have very transparent processes. We don't want to have a means of ensuring that the rights. And of the various actors in the system clear, what we want to do is kind of just have everything be quite vague. And then the current policy as it stands the current people who essentially in charge and hold the cards and half the power. We'll just sort of we believe that that system should just keep going. So I've you off chain governance, really as a we don't want to tackle the problem because we're quite happy with the problem being I see on chain governance as a means of solving the issue of transparency and openness in exactly the same way that small contracts solve the transparency openness of counterparty risk and all the rest of it. And in the same way, the bitcoin souls, the transparency and open massive currency, and and how to sending volume cross the incident. The only question in my mind is can we we clever enough in order to be able to design these rules. These haunt rules by. Which system like, you know, if area more polkadot or whatever else should be given on day. What I have no doubt that we will solve over time. We experiment. Find out what works. The question is whether we can sort of get something that more or less works released works works as well on they one, and that's really the challenge for us now. So one thing I was wondering was like if I'm a developer one will it make more sense for me to build an idea as doubt on a theory versus as a pair chain on polkadot. So I mean one thing that's why we today, I guess one thing that putting out very soon as substrate that framework that we've been developing to make it easy to building chains. It's used in hook it up. And which is I think the best way of getting into it, and experimenting what you can do with it. You can also use it like without tying into the Polk. Framework and some people are doing that as well. But it's really like our learning from having built a bunch of Blockchain's, and like making that easy to be on ideas and use the networking stack and whatnot without having to yourself. So I think now is actually pretty good moment of starting to experiment with it even though it's still uncertain. When exactly the launch was going to be the difference between smart contracts. On building your own sort of that chain polkadot power chains.

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"alterra" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Doctor from the delta dental health desk. Dr Deanna lights w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Stargate April thirtieth. The crescent moon and Venus the morning star will peek through the dawn twilight early tomorrow, they're quite low in the east about a half hour before sunrise in close up photographs Venus looks featureless. It's completely blanketed by yellowish clouds, which hide the surface, but Alterra violet images of the planet. Show. Some details in the clouds in particular, they reveal dark streaks which may extend deep into the atmosphere. The stripes absorb a huge amount of ultraviolet energy from the sun. So far, scientists aren't sure just what makes up those stripes. The surrounding atmosphere consists of layers of clouds made of sulfuric acid and other compounds the doc regions appear to contain sulfur compounds as well. But something else must be contributing to them. Some have suggested the extra something could be microscopic organisms. Living in the clouds, the chemistry of microbes on earth matches some of the observations of Venus's atmosphere today. Venus's surface is hellish. The atmosphere is extremely hot dense and toxic early in the planet's history, though, it could have been much more comfortable with oceans of liquid water if life evolved on Venus, it could have been carried the clouds by wins or other processes over time. It could have adapted to. Changing conditions. So it's possible that life could help fashion the dark stripes in.

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"alterra" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Don't worry about that. That'll be that's covered by her Alterra millionaire tax. Which is an annual two percent tax on wealth above fifty million. Well, I don't have to worry about it. Then so yes, go ahead and take it from those evil bastards. I don't have to worry about it. And another one percent tax. So it'll be if you if you're a billionaire you're gonna get a three percent tax because you're a billionaire one percent on your tax over a billion two percent on wealth over fifty million. How does that even make sense? Shouldn't it be the other way around? Shouldn't it be? I mean, the richer. You are the more you pay. That's not even what they're doing. Can. I say you talk about how dangerous it is. If we elect one of these Democrats president, okay? And the house has already in democrat hands the Senate is dangerously close to being democrat as well. The last time we gave absolute power to Democrats Republicans don't know what to do with power. They don't do anything. Okay. They don't accomplish whatever they promised. They're going to do. Democrats have no such qualms gave us socialized medicine effectively, or at least the roadmap to it ObamaCare. Okay. They had no problem Jimmy that on our throats, regardless of if it was done in a constitutional way or not that was under the last June ration-, if you will have Democrats that tried to fly stuff under the radar. These folks are very bold. They are very out front about what they want. They are saying we want socialism that's going to be what we're pushing. If we're president you give absolute power to that party. It's over man, we cannot handle this. She claims it would insist more than ninety five percent of Americans student loans fail. Eliminate all dead.

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"alterra" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"alterra" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

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Spurred by measles outbreak, FDA may make vaccines mandatory

Hard Factor

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Spurred by measles outbreak, FDA may make vaccines mandatory

"All right. Let's do it y'all. So I'm throwing anti vaccine directly in the soft corner today, and that's because the head of the US food and Drug administration came out last week, and they're gonna get so sick, though, they're going to get so fucking. And Mark that's a good point. Here's the problem. It's not about them. It's about the unlucky fuckers that did get vaccine get sick because these goddamn anti vaxxers kids. So the head of the US FDA came out and on Tuesday warning states that he might have to quote forced the hand of federal agencies. If these states continue to allow vaccine exemptions amid an ongoing measles outbreak. No, that's right. You heard it. There is a measles outbreak guys. And you're also corrected is twenty nineteen with a fucking measles outbreak. How needles that are resistant to vaccines? This is just like kids. Weren't vaccinated. Measles are making a comeback because of these anti vacs. Exactly. So in Washington state public officials declared a state of emergency after measles. Outbreak spread across anti an anti vaccination hotspot near Portland, Oregon. That's so shocking. Shocking. Yeah. There's been twenty convert cases of me of measles. Twenty of those who contracted the highest contagious. Highly contagious virus were not vaccinated against measles. And the other three were just very very unlucky anti vaccine. Make vegans look like the fawns. But there's also a lot of them are like in the same van diagram the middle part of that. Really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So a professor at Baylor told Wasco that quote, Portland is a train wreck when it comes to vaccines. Maybe that's because the culture of Portland is such that it creates a haven for alternative thinkers, Washington is just one of seventeen states that allows phil- philosophical belief vaccine exemptions because a personal moral or other beliefs and nearly all states allow children to attend school. The vast majority of states forty seven allow parents to opt out for religious reasons. Yeah. And he had to get like a specific vaccination before going to college when we were growing up. That's true. But I don't think that applies to public schools not colleges. I don't know, but we had to manage vaccinate. Yes. One other thing Bella to look on the on the religious tip earlier this year, New York face its most severe measles outbreak in decades with Costa two hundred confirmed cases, actually over two hundred firm cases, the infected almost exclusively among the Alterra orthodox Jews, which is sad because orthodox Jews are widely considered to be one of the most caring inclusionary and reasonable religious groups out there, especially to the women in the ring. Yeah. Measles. Also killed nine hundred people in Madagascar, which is half the population of Madagascar. It's not true. That's not

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In Weighted Decision, Scientists Prepare to Redefine the Kilogram

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

In Weighted Decision, Scientists Prepare to Redefine the Kilogram

"And unit of measure is about to be changed USA's. Chris Barnes explains. It's not gonna change things for regular, folks. But the way scientists defined the exact mass of a kilogram is expected to change. There's a big meeting on Friday outside Paris or governments are expected to approve a new plan until now it's been defined by a golf ball sized metal cylinder. Locked in a vault in France for more than essential. Chery which has been the one true kilogram upon which all others were based. Now, they're expected to adopt. A scientific formulation to define the exact mass of a kilo. The change expected to have practical applications and industries and sciences that require Alterra precise. Measurements have

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Say Au Revoir To That Hunk Of Metal In France That Has Defined The Kilogram

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Say Au Revoir To That Hunk Of Metal In France That Has Defined The Kilogram

"And unit of measure is about to be changed USA's. Chris Barnes explains. It's not gonna change things for regular, folks. But the way scientists defined the exact mass of a kilogram is expected to change. There's a big meeting on Friday outside Paris or governments are expected to approve a new plan until now it's been defined by a golf ball sized metal cylinder. Locked in a vault in France for more than essential. Chery which has been the one true kilogram upon which all others were based. Now, they're expected to adopt. A scientific formulation to define the exact mass of a kilo. The change expected to have practical applications and industries and sciences that require Alterra precise. Measurements have math

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Scientists vote on new way to measure a kilogram

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Scientists vote on new way to measure a kilogram

"And unit of measure is about to be changed USA's. Chris Barnes explains. It's not gonna change things for regular, folks. But the way scientists defined the exact mass of a kilogram is expected to change. There's a big meeting on Friday outside Paris or governments are expected to approve a new plan until now it's been defined by a golf ball sized metal cylinder. Locked in a vault in France for more than essential. Chery which has been the one true kilogram upon which all others were based. Now, they're expected to adopt. A scientific formulation to define the exact mass of a kilo. The change expected to have practical applications and industries and sciences that require Alterra precise. Measurements have math

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"alterra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Perhaps. Something alien. And they're saying this could be this means that something is leaving behind a trail, an unknown trail. I dunno if it's communication will. But somebody behind something fueled spurring or what have you? But since March of two thousand sixteen researchers have been puzzling over to events in Antarctica, where Cosby raised did burst out of the earth and were detected by Nasr's Antarctic, impulsive transient antenna, the Anita it's a balloon borne intended drifting over the southern continent. Now need is designed to hunt cosmic rays from outer space, so you high energy neutrino community was buzzing with excitement with his instrument detected particles that seemed to be blasting up from earth instead of zooming down from space because cosmic rays shouldn't do that. And scientists began to wonder whether these mysterious beams are made a particles never seen before. Now, more anomalous activity was reported recently would scientists monitoring the Ross Ice Shelf in western and Artika. This was just recently. They were monitoring the Ross Ice Shelf in the western part of Antarctica. And they caught something they caught a signal. Another signal. Now this time I don't think I'm be shutting down radio stations with this signal. Okay. The other signal from the Armata for some reason every radio station most every radio station in my network went down when I played it. But I don't think this is gonna show. What this is. This is what is what makes it all even the more scarier, okay? They had these Alterra sensitive seismic sensors in Antarctica. And. What they discovered. What they discovered were. Some sounds. That resemble those who in nineteen fifties B movie about aliens arriving on earth. It's it's it's a strange sound. It's like it's like something out of. Oh, I don't know. Forbidden planet. It's like something out of forbidden planet. Okay. And beyond. Being spooky sounds are. Making people wonder if there's something ominous going on right now. Something ominous going on in space, something ominous going on under the ice shelf of Antarctica. And there are plenty of scientists say knock it's not pretty seismic waves. It's it's the wind blowing on the ice. It's they've all these ideas, these suggested hypothesis high prequel see trap seismic waves are actually sending out sound through the ice. That's what they're saying. But. Others are saying, wait a minute. You know, we've been tracking this other stuff we've been I mean, what makes you think? This isn't some signal that we have to pay attention to something that we need to we need to analyze some more. So on top of the moon. The so called moon anomaly that shut down YouTube last night. Apart from the Chandra x Ray telescope shutting down and the Hubble telescope shutting down in the Mars Rover shutting down almost simultaneously. Apart from the Russian saying that they saw some armada that looked to me like cluster stars and apart from the signal that I sent you. The shutdown radio stations across the country. I want to play you another sound. And this one is very convincing. Something. Is going on on this planet. Both on the continent of Antarctica. And above listen to this. Now, you want to read about the hypothesis. What's being said is is going on? You can look it up in the geophysical research letters. They were released yesterday. Commenting on. These sounds. Surface trapped. Signals coming seismic waves rippling through the ice shelf. And. Just seem to be too many strange coincidences that have been happening with regard to a possible alien techno signature NASA has now scientists to make every new space project. Project pinpoints the origins of life on earth and the high competence priority of finding extraterrestrial life in space. You also remember that Nasr's planetary defence coordination office. Had his budget increased by ninety million dollars overnight. It's down spiked to one hundred and fifty million dollars already when our budget is stretched to the max. There are overrides on the S L S right now we were being anchored from going to the moon. Nasa says so we have no imminent threats of anything hitting the planet. But yet they up the Antea bit with now one hundred and fifty million dollars any field on a second hundred and fifty million dollars. So the threat is real. I mean, why up if it's not real? I mean, this this this. This is a politico is article in politico Nastase asteroid defense program. Aiming for more impact. It's planning the first ever demonstration knock went off course. But the funding is in limbo. It's not in limbo anymore. Oh, no. Here we go. From some sixty million to one hundred fifty million amid growing concerns of humanity is utterly unprepared for the unlikely but still unthinkable an asteroid strike of calamitous proportions. That's why they're increasing. It's amazing. Go to Jane in Texas. Hi, genuine ground zero. Show that you did several years ago. It was the Lucifer telescope and the Vatican allowed to other pastors. I don't know what Kristof action Evangelatos, whatever to go up, and look, and they were astounded, and they said that they saw armadas out there near the near the Joe beans near Jupiter. Yep. That is definitely things that haunt me. And they've got all the activity in articles in all of the dignitaries that were down there. And now we've got this idea that things are getting closer. It's almost like whatever that is an article is something that turned on. And is what the are modest been waiting for. Or maybe even something that is been turned on or we found that we could use. And we they they don't want to use it because.

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"alterra" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on KTOK

"Sure. What's the most concerning stories that happened this past week was a report about nursing homes? You know, a lot of people have aging parents are just elderly family members. And a lot of times they have no other recourse, but to put them into nursing homes, they might need help operating daily life. So there was a study that came out that says that some nursing home residents are increasingly spending time in rehabilitation treatment during the last days of their lives. They're being subjected to potentially unnecessary therapies that are really reaping significant financial benefits for the facilities themselves. It's a thing called ultra high intensity rehabilitation and has to do with the amount of time that they're going through the rehab. It just draws all the questions. I mean, the main concern is if these people are inefficient, and you know, they're elderly, and you know, the reaching the end of their lives. Why would you put them through some of these rehabilitate? Tation techniques. So we spoke to Riley Griffin. She's a reporter for Bloomberg news. And she told us all about this study. And we started off by asking her. What does Alterra high intensity rehabilitation mean? This study found that the proportion of nursing home residents who received alter high intensity rehab increased by a whopping sixty five percent between two thousand twelve and two thousand sixteen but let me backtrack ultra high intensity rehabilitation therapy.

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"alterra" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on WCPT 820

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"alterra" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"So we have we're completely debt free, and we don't have a mortgage and and that happened several years ago. Where I'm at right now is that I've got a young and growing family. And I'm at a point where I feel great at my career. I'm looking for some direction where to test. How real estate worth it that kind of thing? Do I need to go talk to a financial adviser and how they grow my money better. Because right now, it's not doing any work for me. Okay. Yeah. On all of the above the the thing I have found is this where people get in trouble. At this stage is if you make the mistake of thinking that rich people do Alterra sophisticated things that nobody can really understand and Mike experience of working with people with networks of under one hundred million dollars is they don't do all tra- sophisticated things. They do things they understand with money. And so don't put money in anything. You don't understand and that you develop a comfort level with, but you're managing more and more money. And so you need to be growing your knowledge base. So that you understand things tomorrow that you didn't understand today. And so that wouldn't you know with me, I I keep all of my investments in basically two things. I mean, not basically win two things in real estate. They I'll pay cash for. But I understand and love real estate. I grew up in that business. I got my real estate license when I turned eighteen so I'm been been fooling around real estate a long time. And I buy good growth stock. Doc mutual funds as you know with long track record. So yeah, you can click on Smartvestor at daveramsey dot com found a Smartvestor pro in your area, sit down with them. Let them begin to teach you you learn about your mutual funds and kick up what you're doing there. And if you want to buy some real estate start investigating that process, and what I can save up and pay cash for and then.

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"alterra" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Make sure you use the hashtags f f LGBT and hashtag checkpoint charity. Nintendo had to delay one of their Alterra, popular direct conferences. Now. These are generally were Nintendo announces new games and products. So it must have been pretty important to make them cancelled. The direct turns out it was a six point seven magnitude earthquake hit the Japanese island of Hokkaido is that's what caused Nintendo to actually delay their announcements. Yeah. And I'll tell you one of the biggest things about this is I I don't mean to to pull the car over and scold the gaming community. But you should but but good Lord, you babies, the reaction to this was irrational? It was stomach-turning. It was because this is a natural disaster. People lost live thirty seven homes and counting thirty seven people and counting have died in this earthquake. You didn't get to hear about your favorite video game. You come on. Titled our country. Do you think Nintendo is based out of like seriously in the listen, the FCC will not allow me to say the words that come to mind when I think about people who react to stuff like this in this way. But it's a simple fact of this when you see something has been canceled, and you see this title as even delay delay. Not even cancel delayed have some discretion. Just choose the step away from the keyboard from your phone for a moment. Just get some perspective connective. How bad would it have looked Nintendo's part if they had gone on as schedule your top story in our show? It would've been talked about how terrible they are. Yeah. No, you're absolutely right. So here's the thing as we move on even though the intendo direct didn't happen. A lot of the subsequent announcements that would have gone out with it. Well, you can't really put the brakes on those. Dopp those other companies that were they had their announcements scheduled. Well, they kind of those still went forward. So we got a couple of weeks. And I I want to start with the one we've all been waiting for. Here. We go tales.

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"alterra" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"E graph has authored tracks in the psychic wilderness. That's a great title. And if you would like it it is available generally in bookstores around the country. And if they don't have it usually in a bookstore. They have the little computers in you, just say the title or even the name, Dale graph. And they can reference it look it up and get it to you post-haste. It sounds like a wonderful book. All right, Dale, welcome back. All right. I'm here. Here we go for the first time caller line. You're on the air with art bell, and Dale graph. Good morning. Hi. I kind of had a question. I'm a little bit late for the subject. But my grandfather was in one of the LSD experimental groups. I'm sorry. Yeah. Well, luckily, it was after my father was born. So I just kind of the reason why I was calling is because I wondered if you had if you had any idea why they were experimenting with it in the way that they did. My grandfather described to me there was a classroom setting with about fifteen to twenty people and they locked him in the room and Dostam all and apparently. His supervisor really really really wanted to be involved in his superiors didn't want him to be. But since he was so persistent. They went ahead and gave it to you. I may let's say he's completely freaked out. My grandpa said, but he described to me, you know, what the other people were doing. But you know, I just really kind of after he told me everything that happened. I, you know, I wondered why what was the point, you know, I'll answer that. And so we'll del the name of the project was MK ultra and what were they trying to do. They were trying to learn how to and if it was possible to control people, remember, our agencies intelligence, agencies and military are in the business of controlling people. It's why there was MK ultra. It's why there was Stargate. It's y there probably are lots of things if not exactly like these still going on. Because they're in the business of control Dale is that true. No, I disagree with you. Arcade will never had any anything to do with controlling people. Never one. No. But MK Alterra. Yeah. Right. It just don't mix Stargate.

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"alterra" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"Three is the achiever or motivator for is the artists or individualist five is the observer sixes, the questioner or loyalist seven is the adventure eight? Is the assert her challenger and nine is the harmonize her. And then the other thing I'd say about the immigrants. Each of the nine types has a kind of average, which is, you know, our ordinary neurotic cells are really awesome version, which is like when we are fully living out the best. Parts of this kind of released super neurotic version when we're very unaware of it. Well, what I mean? I feel like we've had a complete breakdown of our psychological house. I mean, I feel like these do describe us. Yeah, very accurately. Now, I feel like yours is more accurate than mine. But do you feel like mine is more accurate than yours? No, weirdly I do feel like mine is more accurate jars. Yeah. I mean, I think there's definitely that element of, you know, I yeah, I Jennifer with this one hundred percents everything you said makes perfect sense to me. And I love the thing about focusing on relationships because I that's like to sort of better my both my happiness and my place in the world. Your sister's also three and she percents very differently. She's a super three. Oh, well, that makes sense. Big time three, my sister Gretchen host of happier. Podcasts. What is it about Kansas City that produces these all Alterra ambitious, amazing women, thank you to rise Civitas, Sarah. What is it? That's the water. We went to a really high school with amazing teachers. A lot of feel like you went to like a little flea in high school sting. One thing that I we always attribute sort of success to is that our school really emphasize the ability to right so we can write sentences. And I've said this on the podcast before I really feel that for any job, the best, maybe not doctor that the best thing you can do is be able to write a good set. One hundred percent I when I was in high school, I did competitive speech and debate, and I know natural talents Furniture's worked really hard at it, but that's really how I learned how to write. Because these little extemporaneous speeches I was doing were sensually essays. And I learned more than that then then in high school and I think even college, so I would agree with you on that now, Michael, how do we deal with? Because I think maybe Mayan rings more true about. Me than Liz, even though yours is accurate rings for about you is that maybe you're more integrated into the better self than I am, which is horrifying. I am very into your arms. But how do we kind of work with and grow beyond the things about our personality types that aren't so great. How do we transcend mention transcending? That's not easy. Sure. Well, the first thing about transcendence is to just understand kind of what your trip is like, what is my default way of processing things so that when that happens, you can say, oh, this is my default. So I'm actually a four, which is the artist individualist. Often very moody thinks that feelings are more real than reality. I'm quite extroverted. So and most fours are introverted, but that's kind of me. And what that mean might my core strategy is to be special, so I'm always trying to be special SIM right now. You're like, I feel so special. I'm foreing out right here. However, the a lot of life doesn't call for specialness..

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Why wear sunscreen? Your skin absorbs 50% more UV radiation without it

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

08:35 min | 2 years ago

Why wear sunscreen? Your skin absorbs 50% more UV radiation without it

"Right. Now Morning show he's a noted, cardiologists author of many books and again our resident doc on the morning show, how, you doing Dr. Freed good morning Brian Dr debunk. Here, I'm ready. To keep. Them honest yeah Dr debunk all right you. Gotta, debunk some stuff for us here again it is summertime and the first thing I think about what I think of. Summer and I think, of a, health I'm, thinking my skin my skin So let's talk about sunscreen doc you gotta. Give us the one-two-three, on sunscreen Yeah. Okay so you know Brian most people stay Yeah I don't use it never. Wore this stuff it's too much of a. Hassle. So. Let me ask, you, katie's wearing sunscreen Ultraviolet radiation the type that. Causes melanoma the deadly form of skin cancer How? Much more ultraviolet? Radiation. Does your skin absorbed permitted without sunscreen than katie's does. With sunscreen okay we'll? Just say twice as much five times as much what do you, think, I guess many, more times I have no idea whether it's two three four or five but it's got to be just a, lot? More and, you know that I'm very, sensitive to this issue doctor right so Brian the answer is fifty five. Your skin absorbs fifty times more. Alterra violent radiation per minute without, sunscreen so it's, rule number one blind. When, you're out in the sun riding your. Bike taking a walk, grilling remember, sunscreen is the best life, insurance policy your money can gosh And and you know just, don't do it enough at it requires some discipline I mean you've gotta just. Be. Determined when you leave the house you're going, to have. Applied the sunscreen and let's be, realistic the vast majority of us, don't do that, well it's true and even the people that do it Bryan they don't do it? The right way? That's. What we were talking about the Ford melanoma rates are. Skyrocketing even though people? Are wearing more sunscreen than ever before the two things you need, to, remember is to, lay it on thick if you lay let's say SPF thirty on it's essentially SPF zero and the other thing, is? Reapplying when, you're out in the sun, every two hours you have SPF one hundred on an after two hours. Essentially wearing SPF zero okay so. Folks we've got to wear the, sun say screen, we've got to apply. It, regularly and this takes a little work. A little disciplined but This is serious business melanoma it is. This. Is a cancer that if it strikes who, man unique. Great medical care and you need, some prayers this this is a, fast mover isn't, it It really, is Brian so there there's a couple of things, that you need to know, about this I you know look it runs in. Your family it runs family Troy Aikman, had it, but it. Doesn't need to run in your family it can. Strike, anyone, at any time any eight even teenagers so. I everyone needs to be. On the lookout second Brian. You talked about how. Serious this can be an early detection is key listen to. This number ninety five, percent cure rate it's. Melanoma is discovered early less than twenty percent survival rate if it's discovered late So what how. Do we discovered, early doc what do, we look for you I mean you know this. Is something we can actually do before, getting into, a doctor's. Office right absolutely so examine your skin monthly from. Head, to, toe for new spots or changing the way. Brian the most common location. For melanoma in men is. On the back and. See your doctor you know like you do professionally once a. Year for an exam Right it's on your back you can't see you're you're not gonna see. That in, the mirror somebody else's got to see that for you The back so in, men it's the back, but the Brian it can Chopin. Unusual places well between your toes on your? Poems. On the bottom of. Your feet even on. Your eyelids you really need to check everywhere have someone. Else look at it for you So with, the guys on the back generally speaking with a woman whereas it more more often found more. Often it's on the arms and. The legs. It. Can also be on, the, back legs but you can. Find Brian I had a a patient? Who, was a teenager shaved his head for the swim team, and discovered melanoma. Scalp so it can pop up, anywhere you? Really, need to. Pay attention be, careful okay so, we're talking summertime, summertime and we're talking about. Sunscreen, can we talk please about drinking driving listen Katie and I are, just not fans in, any way shape or form how. Many times if you heard you know yeah Yeah We had a few glasses of, wine some guy, that's you, know out to. Dinner, yeah I'm gonna drive. Home I'm. Fine plus I don't live very far. Away. Sure you hear all the regular just had a couple of. Beers just a couple of glasses of. Wine it's a quick drive home at. Cetera. Right what about? That you put guys like that in a driving simulator and there's three times more likely to crash, now that's the same guy who, says, yeah I'm. Fine and it takes him twice as long to break that's an extra five car lanes to. Stop so Brian rule number, three if you've been, drinking even if you think you can, drink you can, drive you can't so. Don't. Okay how do? You how do you get the alcohol to pass through your? System people would, say, well let's just have a couple of, coffees but that's not the. Trick what how long does it take for this alcohol to get out of your system before you could get back behind the? Wheel. Yeah, well alcohol is absorbed into your system. Within Thirty minutes of Of drinking so you don't how guys try to put food in their stomach to. Absorb the alcohol. It's already gone. It's too late that doesn't work To get it out of your system the only thing that can. Do it is. A king of. Time I mean There's really no way to sober. Up you know a lot of guys Brian Delco coffee or you know I'm gonna have. Some coffee or energy? Drinks let me. Ask, you and Katie coffee energy drinks helpful. Harmful or no impact on driving what would you say I'd say. No yeah I don't think it's any impact I think the boozers in your system and. Your drove the damage is done. Okay it's actually more dangerous when you drink coffee now here's what you right you guys. Are right I you'll caffeine doesn't sober, you up, your less sleepy your, judgment motor skills, are just as, here's why it's more dangerous because you feel. More alert you may think you've sobered up so you have one more for the road. Which makes it even? More dangerous to. Drive Oh my gosh okay Yeah yeah okay if you, have sobered us up so. Here's Dr Mark freed we're talking about wearing sunscreen when ever you're spending time, out in the sun have your skin examined on a regular basis, yearly by a physician for sure every month by somebody including yourself to look for changing spots and then. Hand over the keys, if you've been drinking no matter how alert you feel that we. Got that, covered doc I mean that's what we really need to do here. As a couple summertime. Tips? On case Afo. Right. You've got it Brian remember, to play it safe that light at the, end of the. Tunnel maybe a. Train Pre, k. SEAFO strength Plus plan.

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Stocks Rise on Trade Hopes; Euro Steady Before ECB: Markets Wrap

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Stocks Rise on Trade Hopes; Euro Steady Before ECB: Markets Wrap

"Below the zero point one percent, level that's fresh speculation that the Bank of. Japan may discuss its Alterra loose monetary policy. Next week but has also been strengthening the Japanese yen dollar yen at one tenth spot seventy six that's a Bloomberg radio business flash now here's Leon guarantees with more on what's going on around the world thank you Malkhas secretary of state Mike Pompeo faced anger in the Senate at the start of a hearing on President Trump's policies. On trade and Russia the foreign relations committee chair said there were serious, doubts about US strategy Pompeo also defended Trump's decision. To meet a one on one with President Putin during. The talks last week in Helsinki that unfit few details at least two hundred and fifteen. People have died in a series of coordinated attacks, in, southwestern Syria, local officials Anna monitoring groups say several Suicide bombings struck, in and around the government held city of Suweida yesterday his state group said it carried. Out the attacks and more evidence. Has, been found of possible life on Mars scientists have used radar to. Find a. Twelve mile wide awake. And an icy crust global news twenty four hours a day on it and it takes on Twitter powered by more. Than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm young guarantee this is Bloomberg Matt's leeann thanks very much now Facebook shares plunged an extended trading after second quarter sales and user growth fell short of analysts estimates. Speaking to those analysts Mark Zuckerberg also warned that revenue growth would, decline in. The third and, fourth quarters This is a critical year we've made progress preventing. Abuse forged ahead with new. Innovations that are adopting or services to the new trend messaging stories videos and cruise Hey. Strikes a very optimistic tone? For a man. Whose shares have fallen off fifth in after hours. Trading joining us now is Bloomberg opinion tech columnist Alex Webb, Alex what in the heck happened everybody's doing, invest everybody invested in Facebook invested as a gross story it's the company which is valued at. Six hundred thirty billion or at least it was this time yesterday and now they be valued my basis even though it had forty eight billion in annual. Revenue, guess what station was that revenue would continue to grow a pace that's sort of forty fifty percent a year apps that incredibly healthy forty percent, net margin, now what. Facebook is saying that that growth will slow and the margin itself will decrease because they are having to invest more in human curation here human moderation better security that is something. That maybe they, should have done a long time ago and tempered expectations then is their ability to automate so, much, is, what drove Incredible. Profit margins and I think that's probably what there's a tacit admission that they over automated investors also seen spooked after the CFO David Wayner said that revenue. Growth, rates would decline also in the third and fourth quarters is that the same story regulations sort of weighing weighing on the bottom line look is, an element, of of. Regulation but there's also huge element of just the appetite for Facebook is waiting in North America engage in rates declining uses are actually declining as well That was one really telling move under. Sort of the financial massaging to extent them. No longer breaking out how many users Facebook versus Instagram versus WhatsApp has they're pooling them all in the same bucket. That is the read of that is that Facebook. Uses all gonna be fooling and therefore, showing the growth on the Instagram, and WhatsApp side and kind of merging waters a bit helps tell helps they think, probably tell us about a story that's awesome so if the data's week they just decided. Not to publish. It anymore exactly anyone to do that Well what investors. Can kind. Of vote on that kind, of policy with their feet can't they absolutely. And they have this is It was interesting to look at the stock grazing Facebook versus Google Facebook let's let's say. One caveat actually we don't know for sure that this twenty four twenty five percent, Trump will continue, into the actual trading day but if it does, not a wipe out. All of the gains from this year and then some if you look at Google who's before the earnings they'd grown fourteen percent the stock could grind fourteen percent this year that was less than the other sort of buying stocks that being a certain amount. For, calcitrate trans about Google because of the fear of regulation and the. Amount that they would have to spend. To quad traffic now Facebook didn't have those concerns you despite, the, dip around Cambridge analytical they were still well up this year and I think maybe this correction was only, if all, right yeah apparently if indeed this drop is. Confirmed, when when the stock starts trading later on in the United States Mark Zuckerberg. He will? Drop. From third to sixth place I was looking at rich go just now as well in fact if you click into the net worth analysis sixteen billion. Right, Hitler sixteen billion yeah you can see that eighty three of his. Eighty six and a half billion dollars. Eighty three point eight is in Facebook shares so that is, the, kind of hit that's gonna hurt it's gonna hurt indeed deblum bug opinion tech columnist Alexander thank you very, much indeed, for talking through the Facebook story this morning All right we're gonna continue with the.

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"alterra" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Your. Way to work and see one price and, be driving. Home and see a. Price twenty cents higher Just because of the variable pricing well in supermarkets they know that there are patterns like that. Too there are people who may be on payday they come. In and buy their groceries and they feel a little more flash because they just got paid and so the supermarket can charge more money, with variable pricing Regal. Cinemas is going to be testing variable pricing based on the popularity of a particular movie the day of. The week and the time of her performance on that day That you're seeing a, movie so an unpopular movie on an off day at a. Non peak showing could be all Alterra Oltra cheap on the other hand on a Saturday night at seven. Thirty the hottest movie just released could be three times the price and so this idea is something that was I perfected by the airline industry over a twenty year period And it's called, dynamic demand pricing and the ability now with companies to be. Able to crunch so much data is allowing companies of all different types to go to extreme variable pricing Now you may remember Uber gotten huge trouble with the public when following a terrorist attack they put in massive surge pricing Because people were trying to flee the area and so there's a. Difference between being efficient with your pricing and being greedy and so this is something that, like we have very busy, lives And we got to think about all this stuff but if you are. A regular shopper online the prices of items change all the time One way you might be able to, manipulate that is go to a retailer's website And load an item in your cart and then abandoned the shopping cart and you ever notice how suddenly later ads will start popping up all over the place on your phone or on your laptop for whatever it was that you would put. In your cart and all of a sudden you might see a fifteen percent coupon To buy that item fifteen percent, discount or a new lower price on that item, is they try to more, you back so the pricing doesn't always mean up it can mean down as well and with online shopping you can, see the price of items change repeatedly all through a day and again. By day, of the, week if you shop for airfares historically airfares used, to be the highest on the weekend but now because automated systems many, times airfares when you're shopping for. One where they used to be no real pattern other than weekends costs more you could find potentially your lowest price looking for ticket on a Sunday I mean I mean it just never stops changing and that's why.

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"alterra" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"By aaa six seven three thirty seven hundred two that i you discuss mk alterra has it died no it certainly has it not with experiments do went onto the cuban embassy added a further experiments going on in oklahoma where they're going to be testing simulants they say entered simulants on the people there we've talked about that before and the department of homeland security's behind this not the cia but these type of experiments go on all the time dr john hall with his two nine on ground zero author of the book guinea pigs talking about this tonight's a very important subject especially since a new program and new seat series uh is going to be released on netflix called would and he'd definitely discuss what went on with them kilter and the death of dr frank olson which is a like i say the just lays the groundwork for whatever you want to our reading study about when it comes to atrocities criminal activity against the american people to go back to carlos he dropped in the first hour for some odd reason i decided to bring about carlos john on our long haul go go ahead carlos getting a clyde in that mr all love it's their haul love you were mentioning bordin down now are you talking about the savage stock houston two in uh in great britain is that they played in those no it's a different it's a different place but it is where they did uh biological research it's allegedly been shut down for toxins and chemical and biological research but it's being used to research other counter measures according to their publicity pages i see what would you know why you are forty two what i'd grabbed the stock is this who was really like the matrix over great britain for all these are my control operations uh in fact the alleged they hitler and stalin went through their first uh aside from that out that you're very per raise saving a lot of thinners are participating in by control operations right up there i mean like bread as he ever listening to uh virginia tech uh backed up your presser not tough there will prison uh uh then he's centres are even bother me.

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"alterra" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"alterra" Discussed on The Film Vault

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