18 Burst results for "Arlon"
"arlon" Discussed on WTOP
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"We've been talking about Donald Trump and his visits to the U K to Earl and particularly his remarks to Leo varadkar that, of course, makes many of the front pages. Yes. It's very covered by the guardian FT and times. But vodka was snubbed the only politician trying to convince Donald Trump of something he had immediate with print with prince of Wales in which Prince Charles, the most of the talking because what was supposed to be fifteen minutes meeting ended up being ninety ninety minutes trying to persuade him of extension thread around climate emergency is. And it is something Trump said to Piers Morgan during interview. Itv's. Good morning Britain, the Charleston hour an half lobbying him on the subject in his to Clarence House. The encounter was scheduled to us for no more than fifteen minutes. Prince however, was rely really into it. This is covered by the times. And this is one of the in which Donald Trump is been taught on something take into consideration that car had to, to the troubles in Arlon.
"arlon" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"You're privileging quality. Also you buy 'cause it's more expensive, you waste less. And yet it got more substance to it. So it's hard to eat as much. What have you learned about mindful and artful eating from your two year old and well, very interesting. I think I talk about it in the book and someday she eats around her someday she eats nothing like because she just because she knows intuitively when she's hungry. She's hungry for never forced her to eat. And she's a very she actually just had her checkup to your checkup last week. And she's a happy healthy Giles that great weight. Even though I'm never worried about her eating. She. Eats what she liked 'em when she likes and children in eighteen know, what they're lacking in what they need though, they'll go for fading meet Phil gopher after it needed. Or if they need through vegetables, they'll do too. So I'm so interested in your answer. Because I I go into school sometimes than I do mindfulness work in schools and sometimes I'm in kindergarten room. And and they'll have a snack time are lunchtime. And I noticed that the big trend seems to be the teacher or the supervisor going around and saying no you can't eat that. I you have to eat this first. And no, no, you can't eat this all you have to eat it, all and all of these kinds of things. And I always keep thinking let them eat what they want to eat. You know, like because you're making eating a big stressful deal when it shouldn't be that at all. Do you agree? You're so riper, and you're already discerning, good foods and badges. Yes. So we had a birthday party. My daughter's name is Claudia we'd a birthday party on Saturday. So on the table I had like like cocktails dick with fruit, you know, like little like kebabs, and I have of fruit and I had like top corn. And there was no fizzy drinks to be fair of sparkling water for the kids and normal water with like Minton or engine it or whatever, but barking city during aren't crate all aside from that there was chocolate and their cake. And there was and it was all just on the table. I was watching the kids we're going for the fruit on the chocolate amnesty weeds. It wasn't just the sugar in the suite on. I think in Arlon were really great about recognizing that food does not need to be problem at ties. You know, you shouldn't saying, no sweets. No chocolate. That's bad. It's let the mounted and they'll regulate themselves Mets exacting how I approach it. I love my chocolate. I love, you know, sweet treats in case, I've a big feet tooth, but it's not forbidden along the good quality..
"arlon" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"Our assumption is that it did grow out from very specific conditions of the early nineteen twenties and thirties, and the way the global order reformulated itself and also very specific imperial British imperial infrastructure. This is also why we thought it's important, not simply to put them side by side. This is where we're trying to do known. That's a mouthful. A transnational history and connect the dots between these partitions not simply put them. Side and do a comparative study. The similarities are will noon, and the historians are will versed and trained in in studying the local cases. What we tried to do here to say, how come we have the similarity. So this is just to elaborate on the spot a bit more. You see petition is really a an imperial exercise. Predominantly British that would was just the inevitable outcome of previous imperil exercise exercise, which was divided rule. Well, whenever historian, here's the word inevitable. Nothing is inevitable. It's all about contingency, but I think that part of what makes partition extremely complicated to study is the fact that there's a big gap between two original intentions and the final outcome. So partition as we studied them and especially when we're thinking about British into Israel Palestine context, and we're looking at from the vantage point of nineteen forty eight. And so on ended up being a system in which of of of separation of independent sovereign nation states that are separating themselves from an empire that is very quickly collapsing. But this is the post World War Two scenario which I would argue is actually counterintuitive. That's almost the opposite from the original meaning of partition as it emerged in the nineteen twenties and thirties, and I will try to explain why the case. I think that unlike earlier cases of imperial divide and rule, d. Assumption behind the early partition plans head to do a no imagined the British empire would ever disappear. So unlike the partition in India, ninety forty seven, India, Pakistan, and in our region, that ended up being sort of disquiet kinderg- exit stretch, the four, debris dish that were sick and tired, and the empire was no longer. The main project in the nineteen twenties and thirties partition emerged as a system of maintaining differences within the empire which they had been cultivating already since late nineteenth century. Anyway, since they began like ruling when the British empire began governing some of these places following the collapse of the Ottoman empire. Certainly in Cyprus, we have records that they started categorizing people and you know, using that as their implicit social, divide and rule. So you're saying this is an extension of that. Well, there's absolutely echoes of these earlier experiences and you cannot explain the partition of India. You cannot explain the partition of Ireland without looking at the earlier. Prehistory. For instance, the partition of Arlon is rooted in the earlier settlement of Protestants in Northern Ireland dates, all the way back to the seventeenth century and a force to famous home rule debates that color the chronicles of nineteenth century Irish history, Irish, British history. But yeah, I behind partitioned into twentieth century is that a, you suddenly have periods of imperial anxiety and weaknesses? It's not a coincidence that the Irish east revolt is taking place in nineteen sixteen during the war. So there is an assumption that there's sort of a a very vocal Republican party that is using or the fact that the British now are week to demand something to separate. But at the same time, the way to maintain this differences already versus not only religious terms. I mean, there's something about the way the differences are conceptualize into twentieth century. In a more s no national language and not only a religious divide that ends up in that case. And Indian, that respect becomes very interesting. I'm trying to stand. This is the central claim of your book that these empires do lead to partition for whatever reason, either unintended consequences or as a tool, or is it actually the what they intended gone horribly wrong. Because all these partitions happened when the empire collapsed and actually we know about these empires in ways. You know, conceptually we think, well, when everybody was living together under the British empire, actually we, you know, we had squabbles and struggles, but we managed to keep it together. And now we sort of joke about it and say, oh, we're married. British just come back..
"arlon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And then Rachel Trach is like, no, not the read and seen like Rachel drives everybody. Rachel Trach. She had like Laura Nieves. She's like, isn't she like Broadway royalty, lower Benatti. I don't know. Sorry aspect. These are like they miss. These are famous Broadway people mean I don't know who Andrew Keenan Bolger is, but he seems famous. He's gotta hyphen it. I think he's like someone who takes over every role that Matthew project place that type Bridget Everett who I knows a constant guest on watch what happens. Live and then Britain Everett song is like this up titties and downtown citizen crackerjack turtle Tonto. This. It is, and she grabs Sony and puts her her boobs. And then he goes, well. I was pleasantly surprised to be in her act and be motorboat it. I'll be honest with you. Do have to hold your breath. Sex tips from a straight woman from from gay man to straight woman who's about to be motivated by Bridget Bridget ever. every Sunday, Sundays dead afterwards, suffocated to death. So the best, the CUDA ways to Lou and sister Renee kept on raising the roof. She's like, I'm from Arlon Berlin, Connecticut, raising the roof. And so let's see. Oh, so the trapper keeper part, my favorite part of the show when she pulls that this big jeweled trapper keeper, she's like his diary. So I could see what I was thinking when I made some questionable decisions regency call. Lemme..
"arlon" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Listening to to one and things for volunteering to come on and let us pick your brain a little bit and rep out with you listener about crypto. No worries, man. Thanks for having me bro. When did you as a favor and tell us we're just talking off line and you are doing a PHD in Ireland tells a little bit about yourself. Yeah, so I'm twenty six. I'm doing a PHD here in Arlon Thomas vehicles. So specifically integrating wearables and fitness devices into a tunnel vehicles in the future, how they can affect the handover between control of drivers and vehicle. So that's pretty much what I'm working on. I've been into crypto for maybe a year and a half. So I pretty much started around the same time as you did with the podcasts. I remember looking up a month or two, and then I was like grip to one with one. I listen to this damn sticking with us ever since. Yeah, pretty much. Thank you. No worries. Then when it comes to crypto, I suppose I've actually known about bitcoin since maybe two thousand ten. My dad is kind of like the fish out away story. He, he, I remember him coming to go. I think I'm gonna buy some this bickering put one hundred euros into it, and it was like eleven sent at the time who and. I I don't. I don't. Even he just decided not to or whatever. And I remember phone up in like second year of college and I was like, oh, do you see four hundred or four hundred dollars? And he has like how he's like, fuck. Then ever since he's just been kicking himself. Bitcoin. Yeah. Oh, it would have been a bit more? No, actually about a thousand bitcoin. Yeah. Those bitcoin hitting all twenty thousand dollars in January. Absolutely not. Kind of flirted with a bit more in college as well, but never got into it. We kind of made an investment funds with myself, MC panels, IRS in college, and we're like, oh, half us investment bitcoin. The other half had wanted nothing to do with us. So we kind of ended up spitting and people who didn't want anything to do with. We all just taking our money back and some people went and actually themselves. I was too lazy to go do this. So those guys have a couple of bitcoin now as well. So I've always been in and around space, but it was only like a year and a half go kind of started to come back again that I actually read. He got into a there started putting some money in a quick question for you about the driverless cars and let people say that they're going to operate on blockchain. Do you think that's possible? Oh, absolutely. Really. I don't think they're going to drive around using blockchain. I think all the data transmissions are going to be, are you going to use chain? So let's say, for example, when I'm working with this actually trying. Get. So let's say you're driving along and you may suffer a heart attack. Miami is connect and say the healthcare network too, so that they can say, okay, this person is heart rights reactivated. They have a history of heart disease, and you can get from the hospital for an e health network, and they say, okay, well, compared to someone who who's completely healthy will maybe elevated Harvey. It doesn't really matter, but someone who's has elevated Hartmut and you might need to do something different and all that data transfer needs to be completely secure. 'cause you're eating very sensitive information and right. Easiest way to do that. I see is blockchain reaching onto some of the health records on the black chain companies that have been floating around the crippled went to one in ICO one channel? Yeah, definitely a haven't reached out any yet. I'm not. Actually. I thought stage PHD more looking at the data site maybe next year. I'll be looking at stuff like that, but I think it's make so much sense. Like the healthcare industry is a disgrace in our land. And I think most most countries and I got an x Ray in Dublin, let's say, I can't see that x Ray in Galway live because because why?.
"arlon" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"So lydia you have an important question or tell us what's going on because i've actually i know what you're going through because i've experienced it i think a lot of people have experienced this so why don't you talk to us and tell us what's going on and so my husband i married for a year and a half but we together about five years and kind of before we got married and everything we always kinda spoke about having children so even before we got married or like our friends and family kind of started asking us like oh you know when he gonna have kids and all that kind of thing and my husband is touchy one annoying twenty so i would use to be like oh my turkey or whatever and like one of my friends has kids and she's like same age of me she's like oh like that's so whatever about like is like whatever like you know fine but but for me i don't really feel like that owes at the minute like my husband and i moved to america nine months ago from arlon and we've been having so much fun over here and like we just been traveling a lot and doing a lot of things in general and my husband as a lot of boston sports and so i think right now for both of us it's not really something that really interests as a minute but i guess in the future i think it will so the other thing that obviously you know i do love children i feel like whenever we do have children i want to be able to give them their best opportunity in life and the place offer them everything that i can relax that we can do to offer them so i think the other thing that for me which makes me low that concern sometimes as saying public places like if i observe the way some people interact with their children like if they speak to them in a way it kinda makes me sad like if i see people and there seems almost like a burden to them are there any kind of preoccupied kinda like on their phone kind of thing and my last thing is that like at the beginning this year is kind of sick for a while so childbirth would actually be a little bit more risque but at the same time we'd be open to adoption and all kind of thing so i guess my question is those our time in your life when you ever feel hundred percent ready to give your lifestyle and.
"arlon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Position he was in a new orleans but that doesn't always translate to your next position general manager you right things done and i love pets but says is it going they were lucky sad you know he's had a ten when season happen that often end he's he is perfect for northwestern three times in six seasons the these one ten games which is an verte unheard of in the cats of one 'backtoback bowls which they've never done before he's not leaving northwestern although that would be somebody they'll attempt to him idled i don't think that bouty for be considered but now he he alerts sent the nor lie his history off that well that hall there's no up in arlon particles your hometown nfl football team that's got every pretense of guy with thing and he is he is dialed in at northwestern feeling care if he left northwestern that would be almost like john fox it would something fox were due you're you're not summon up yet chip in glenview what's up chip paid guy guy are two things first of all aired nineteen six nine team played on was way better than this team and they had a better quarterback injecting can and then in that brings me this point ryan pays must be fired tomorrow too and i'll tell you why trubisky not bad but this guy was taken with the second pick he has not been a difference maker i don't care who's coach coaching him the shawn watson it's the difference maker yup yup uh you look at the money he handed out to glenwood we've talked about that if you evaluated mike glennon as a starter in the nfl in a guy that's going to lead your team till the young guy gets ready bad there's something wrong there you look at it you guys talked by it's almost like you pre pace might call all these draft picks none of indifference makers one or two or pretty good howard and cohen you might have got lucky there i mean eddie goldman the bomb i'm sorry all these guys you brought in here and drafted the center uh grass to a bomb you've got bomb after bum after bombs and you're gonna bring that guy backup on the on the uh press conference tomorrow and say how he's firing john box and that they're going to move forward and ryan pace the guy you're.
"arlon" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The bronx tonight the four alarm fire broke out just before seven p m on prospekt avenue near east one hundred eighty seven street on the third floor of the fivestorey building kimberly wilkinson lives nearby yet when all of them opened up with coming out of for they were near here yet they started to give everybody i want people wanna buy a table already starting to get them on the home dazzle plaza with new there is no word yet on what caused the fire the mayor and fire commissioner were at the scene sick with ten ten wins for more on this developing story wins news time now one thirty one time for traffic and transit on the once we've got traffic delmonico's in the fdr drive with arlon members of parliament drives a moreover southbound right around the rfk bridge and then on the feer southbound from the 70s through the forties the right lanes closed and on the northbound side see some slow traffic that really heavy but they're doing work between the '60s and the 80s leaving only the left lane open and that will run until six o'clock in the morning troublefree on the west side some eastbound construction as you come off the george washington bridge right before you go over the harlem river they have a at least a one lane blocked there then the cross marxist free and clear end to end no delay the way brookner's looking good so is the major digging expressway in the bronx and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels all pretty quiet lincoln holiday george do well batteries elements out onto a traffic in a single tube for the overnight but a very very quiet too weak as far as travel go so many folks have vacation so you notice the roads are much quieter alternate side is in effect on this friday your next traffic and transit update in less than ten minutes the next breaking traffic alert.
"arlon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Like my apple iphone uh uh rather too much in the morning unlike for an august better nice when she's not delude to her phone aim hunt lectures in international tax law at university college dublin in ireland where apple has long had a banks since the 1950s ireland has built an industrial policy on attracting foreign direct investment through partly their tax system islands tax rates is attractive to companies because it's low it's about a third of what it is in the us in nineteen eighty it attracted apple to establish itself in arlon and from frei small beginnings it's grown to employing some six thousand people in ireland in the 1990s apple took its business in island a step further apparitions corporation tax structure through island by establishing to non resident subsidiaries these two companies held the foreign rights to the most valuable asset apple owns its knowhow those two companies with holders off intellectual property the value of apple is not in the little a phone or ipad that we hold the value an apple is in the electoral property that goes into creation that product apple was able to funnel the prophets of all it sales outside of the america's through these companies in ireland which was nice for apple because ireland has a low tax rate and what was nicer was that apple didn't even have to pay that and how could that be the if that's the right that's pavle an island well i guess what is unusual is thus the apple subsidiaries are socalled stateless companies inc ireland but not resident in ireland apple was benefiting from a quirk of irish tax law it was using a technique known as the double.
"arlon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The international consortium of investigative journalist shows that apple under attack for avoiding taxes by routing assets through ireland found another useful european island to lower its tax bill the bbc second alex correspondent andrew walker has been looking closely at this good morning hello david helped me with these papers what are they show about apple that the company shop to round for a tax haven after a crackdown on its tax practices in on now what did he do in on and well these revenues outside the us with funneled through companies in arlon that were effectively stateless for tax purposes who said they were subject to very little tax on and came under heavy pressure inside europe over this arrangement the decided to eliminated as out apple wanted to find new offshore hugged him and his legal advisers sent a questionnaire to the firm that's at the center of this massive likud papers each named appleby and the similarities rebels namely should say coincidental asking questions about a number of specific jurisdictions including this one is it possible to obtain an official assurance of tax exemption all right so that's in quotes wooded apple decide well they went for jersey one of the channel islands that's in the in between the uk and france alot he say a uk crown dependency we don't know the reasons at least not from the documents but it has a zero corporate tax rate who foreign companies and that presumably contributed to the islands appeal to apple it's also apparent from the papers that apple wanted to keep the move secret one email between partners at the law firm said for those of you who are not aware apple officials are extremely sensitive concerning publicity an andrew why might they be so sensitive well you will recall david i'm sure the raw the strident criticism the apple has had in the us over its too text relationships with the country m a does pay an awful lot of corporation tax in the us but all need some revenue outside the country it's an average of only four percent on international prophets is keen to keep that money offshore and as you well know the us government a lot of characters in congress would like to see some that money brought back so it could be taxed on your side of.
"arlon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Matter of tax avoidance under the spotlight once again in the moment will global tax holds ever beer be closed or is it mission impossible the the latest leaks mean apples tax of as our again under scrutiny are comes correspondent andrew walker has been looking at the details while the company appears to have short ground for a new tax haven off to there was a crackdown all niche tax practices in in ireland what if you remember what he did on and was the had revenues from sales outside the us with channeled through companies in arlon put that were effectively staters protects purposes and so they were subject to essentially very very little tax on came under an awful lot of pressure within the european union over this arrangement and dick decides to eliminated now apple wanted to find a new offshore home at its legal advisers went so far to send a questionnaire the firm at the center of the league that firm incident he is named appleby is the similarity of nine to the technology companies and tony coincidental and this questionnaire cost about six jurisdictions and it included this question is it possible to obtain an official assurance of tax exemption and what did apple decide the jurisdiction chose was jersey though we don't know the reasons at least the documents don't make that clear but the fact that he does have his era corporate tax rate foreign companies presumably contributed to the attractiveness of jersey to the company also apart from the papers that apple wanted to keep the move secret one email between partners at the law firm said for those of you who are not aware apple officials are extremely sensitive concerning publicity so why is apple so sensitive because the company's corporate tax arrangements have already attracted a lot of criticism in the us in addition to the european union has already mentioned the company does pay and we'll love corporation tax in the us but he's been paying an average of about four percent on his international profits and his king to keep the money offshore now's below the hearings in congress and the us government would like apple and other companies in similar situations to bring the money back to the.
"arlon" Discussed on WRVA
"Or eighty eight 88 ask leah rod is next for melting down by google dow google away ira how are you well how are you good i got a thirteen year old granddaughter perfect choice at put up a card cry over at work or if could it will very good choice now we're pera call me to put up critical control living in arlon letting labat out alert also limiting employed you too so let's see could only be appropriate video good news um so i was wondering what political control up he looked amen clinton well have you tried the built in settings i mean the multi youth during that would be one and then there's g the google place of got a lot of a lot of is limited were duly code laura i would hope we at an app you have to approve yeah yeah use alluded or fulton yeah for a lot of parents that's the main one is to keep them from buying stuff but if they want to like restrictor access probably the this is an interesting question at home it's easy to do what you do it at the route her but it will as soon as you turn off wifi she can access anything she wants right pulling the school so google i would get i still would use the the google solutions to the degree you can go had something i haven't tried it called family link at least they announced it i think it's but it it limited so let you could all use it poor kids but a leftover thirteen or you.
"arlon" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The seven suspects who approached a nineteen year old man of the east fordham road and low fordham section of the bronx the victim was punched in the face the knocked to the ground unconscious they took his phone he was taken to saint barnabus where he was treated for a concussion embattled weinstein company is getting an infusion of cash and may be putting itself up for sale but there was more bad news for harvey weinstein the academy of motion picture arts and sciences expelled weinstein over the weekend the producers guild just followed suit his former company that fired him last week is expected to change its name even sell several studios have backed out of or are expected to back out of projects with the company even if it changes names french president emmanuel macron is taking steps to strip weinstein of that country's top honor the legion of honour medal all this is more women have now come forward including at least two british women jim roope los angeles remnants of o feel you have been battering the west coast of ireland correspondent david blevins' is in galway has begun to geza level but we're very grateful for that because of these are very dangerous the storm indeed the latest statistics we have across ireland's three hundred six steve isn't homes are currently with tanic coastal defences have been breached in various places along with this southwestern midwest the coastline to the west coast of ireland is just beautiful at least three deaths in arlon attributed to ofi elliott wins news time twelve fifty six now bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins wall street gets elbows deep into earning season now with big banks goldman sachs and morgan.
"arlon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A new abc news washington post poll is bad news for the trump administration abc's david right reports from new jersey the president's clearly enjoying himself fear hosting some of the top women golfers in the world that is bedminster club but this new ab see news washington post poll shows that at is sixmonth mark trump is sub par while the bright side for trump the americans have a terrible opinion of the democrats to the poll shows only one in three americans feel the president is making progress toward his administration's goals rockies lose ninety three new york they've dropped fifteen of their last twenty games although a little perspective may be in order the cubs finished last season with the best record in baseball with one hundred three wins and the cubs also dropped fifteen of twenty at one point last year which means of course it's a long baseball season our next update at ten david kale koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm sunday morning greatlooking day integrate looking around the city right now i 25 though we do have a reporter crash northbound near thornton part we're not causing any delays another crash has been reported eastbound i 70 near arlon but no delays there either so really the drugs looking pretty good sixth avenue we did have a report of a young man on a skateboard skateboarding eastbound on six th avenue near indiana hopefully he's long gone from there by now the rusher dr looking very good no problems between here and the eisenhower tunnel and our seventy cbs 4 weather sunny in the morning turning cloudy this afternoon so with a chance for some thunderstorms are expected near eighty six it's 71 in denver right now this report is brought to you by.
"arlon" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I see that more people talk about that more than it and i think part of that is the fact that playstation is a brand name that i think people can rather mainstream people on on the todayshow can wrap their had around second window exactly whereas when you talk about oculus and htcandi think the fact that heads of looks like it's just one of those like yet brand recognition and trying to break that episode hard i figured oculus or it sounds like the rules the there's a horror movie i guess an atc by ira does whereas mean editing the thing that i wonder when facebook acquired them was okay what direction are they going to pull the main because the gaming space oculus as in there it's doing its things but the unique thing to facebook had to offer was the idea of this sort of social am uh you know the communication aspect on one of the coolest things i ever did was the starts demo an at where i was in one room playing games it's somebody else shared in a room and that was the thing that i went over god this is how vr becomes like a social tool right can play with like my friends were in arlon but it feels like i'm playing with 100so we credible waiting to see what that ends up being obviously this is kind of like a harder announcement but wouldn't it be cool if they announced this with like some sort of facebookvrjangir alleged pokemongo or something use whoa whoa whoa with them delivering on this one ride this promise that they've been working on this thing i like this other ballpoint from bloombergfacebookinstead it's also working on a prototype device named santacruz basically a wireless riff with the full power of the original pc with the four power of the original device sanspc whoa heavy that's when she one member way doesn't imply that it's more 100 no that's when it gets really interesting when it is a device that i think somebody like me could buy.
"arlon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The enter spaced short dramatic repeats don't worry you don't need to remember that what is important is that it's a process that bacteria used to defend themselves against viruses they fictive lee memorize pizza the viruses dna then when the virus next attacks the bacteria can edit or cia shop out the offending dna and kill the virus in 2012 to scientists realized that these bacteria were able to recognize just about any sequence of dna and occur to them that it in have to be the dina viruses it could be the dna of human genes are our tomato genes or whatever gene you wanted then they found that they could taylor chris molecules to cut any piece of dna that they wanted remember the dna were document well rather than blindly searching through six billion letters we've now got a powerful search and replace function scientists can chop out gene all part of the dna sequence and replace it with other dna it's not perfect bus compared to what they had before it drastically less expensive so it's just dramatically accelerated things and it's allowed scientists to trial things they wouldn't otherwise because it is a cheap cheapen quick and so far chris appears to work with any living material humans animals plants chris behr has really changed everything i i expert witness has explained how the discovery of christopher revolutionize the field of gene editing bringing what was once sciencefiction much closer to being science fact but the some it's driving nightmares literally one of the women who discovered christopher was thrilled when she realized that she had found a new way to manipulate dna but after wild that thrilled turned jiang's zaidi and actually she started having bad dreams at night because she was worried that she had unleashed a power that humanity might not be able to control and that might lead to terrible things part to the cutting and pasting edge in arlon l'institut we have people making circle mini brian's bill our second expert witness is robin level badge a scientist working at the francis creek institute for biomedical research center in london when you say lab we have people making many brian completely blown my mind.
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"Marriage together as you want a divorce at different times yeah i mean it was a quite that we saw that i've read years ago from i think is gonna sharply around be saying that that's why thoughts how her i think it was her dad's how he explained why they they stay together and it was because neither of them a ever wants to get divorced at the same time and you know rub delaney's took about it quite law in his stand up how you know more people would get divorced if it was easier i mean i know a lot of people do get divorced i mean less so in in arlon poor or even the uk thank for the further we go into catastrophe and i don't know whether this is because i wanted it to fail so completely different from divorce we thought what we want is for these characters to decide is that a without each other don't work you know said we would give the show those parameters you know that whatever happens there these people are going to stay together because they're not really whole anymore without the other one i want to play another seen this one from season's three the most recent season and m sharon the character sharon robber having some problems then while they were separated sharon has the sort of tryst will caught that with a younger man n m lies about it to rob and the truth just come out and rob is trying to figure out what to do about it it's sorta speaks to what we're talking about about you know when you for ever you know what when there are problems in a marriage should they stay together should they break up so let's just hear a little bit of that in well there are herdis overtime all have to learn to forgive you right over how much time honestly two or three months the season what are you doing and i'm just trying to work out for via cape emma birthday no henri michel rocard right thanksgiving one thought look for a of to to seeking so far or we could seek the same bed pitches in a had time now i want you to blast very my face with your white walker toenails.