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"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Don Kam Like you tweeted wi PC Mobile news on the level on the go by the governor's asking legislators to be sure they got it right. Cloudy and cold overnight. Mostly cloudy in a bit colder Friday. I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Governor. Holcomb says the proposed change to Indiana's emergency powers law will need to be carefully worded America vermin, Holcomb says he and legislative leaders have the same goal of keeping lawmakers in the loop. Believe me, I expressed just the leaders, but the members themselves. I mean, they are part of the solution here and I want them equipped with the facts they need to be able to share information. Welcome, says He's not sure summaries of the bill match with he and leaders have discussed. He says he wants to make sure any changes don't interfere with the state's ability to respond quickly. Eric Berman 93. W I B C mobile meeting after refusing to overturn the results of the November election, Vice President Mike Pence may have lost some support from the Trump Base. Silent Avala reports of what that means for Pence's political career probably did lose some support fund Trump supporters. But Dr Laura Wilson, a political science professor at you, indeed says As long as Pence sticks to his guns, he'll still have a long political future ahead of him. Pensive always found his very conservative Christianity is very influential in his life and by focusing On those of guiding principles, it will be able to forge a pathway in a future for himself. Wherever it may live, says Going forward. Pence should focus on himself and not the Trump administration. Shyla Kabbalah 93 WNBC Mobile news level on the go on Twitter and 93 W A. B C and w I b c.

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"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The day hosted by the anchors of Fox News radio subscribe Now to hear a perspective of news. You won't find anywhere else. Listen, that like going to a fox news podcasts, Don Kam. Lucky. Three w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go dead underwater. I'm Donny Burgess. Here's what's trending this hour. Two people died after their car was found in a pond. Shyla Kabbalah and reports cruise with the Lawrence Fire Department found the car just before eight Friday night near Basin Street. When they got there. The car was upside down in a pond. Two people were rescued from the car and later died at the hospital. Police are still investigating how the car wound up in the water in the first place. Shylock Avala 93 WBC mobile news Another weekend of violence in the Circle City, I, MPD recalled to North Colorado Avenue Saturday morning where officers found a person shot. That person later died at a hospital. No word on a suspect or motive in that shooting. Police also responded to Windsor drive, where officers found two people shot. Both are said to be in stable condition. Indiana's vaccine distribution plan looks to be split into three phases. The first phase would give the vaccine to people in health care, then other essential workers and people at high risk. And finally, everyone else. Emily Parsons, a senior at Butler told Wish TV. She's part of a krone virus vaccine trial. I've just been sitting at home this whole time, not really doing a whole lot, and this was a way that like I could play a role in making things better.

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"avala" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"avala" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Mike writer a shadow. Into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Michael's. A young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of. The. Yeah I'm I'm I'm not reading this. I'm not reading of all the things. He's asking me to read over the years. This is This is, this is terrible. I'm I'm not doing it I'm not doing it. I'm not reading. Mike. Now. Say again. Back to Nevada Michael's develop tests, not playing with my name's Availa. Listening to enter. Michael's Avala test angles said No. What's up artist splashing bonkers in harmony and you listening to Michael Zavala? Keep it locked. This is MC now. I'm Laura how're you. How are you good good? How have you been coping with this? Shelter in place situation. We've got going on right now. What are they doing it and you know there there certainly been some good sides to it from my perspective, because we film type in Montreal so haven't had to be flying back and forth as much Spending a lot of family time with my two teenage daughters and my husband and my cat, and my dog and lots of time to focus on the documentary that I've been directing and that I'm in for the last four years. So that's been really lovely to so You know lots of positives and just hoping that we can all manage to. Keep, keep keeping. You know low low profiles. Keep the Latin this curve. least you stay productive. Yeah, exactly well. I'm a huge back to the future fan and I don't know how he didn't this before. Maybe I didn't I just didn't put two and two together, but you were originally cast as Jennifer Parker correct. Yes, that's right, but you were too tall from Michael J. Fox, so they had to replace you. That's.

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"avala" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KOMO

"Hook elementary has won a defamation suit against the authors of a book, claiming the shooting never happened. It's the latest victory for victims relatives who've long been taking a more aggressive stance against conspiracy, theorists. Damages will be decided in October, a breakthrough in understanding the lingering effects of Lyme disease could help lead to better treatments straightening. Lyme disease can be tricky even after a regimen of antibiotics and after the bacteria is apparently gone from the patient's symptoms like chronic authorities can linger. Now, researchers. Virginia Tech Yale and Harvard at found that even after the linebacker area has been radicalized a molecule shed by the virus. Previously undetectable can linger in patients joints, the next step say researchers finding a way to target that molecule and destroy it or perhaps bond to another molecule that would prevent people's bodies from having a negative response. Dave Packer, ABC news. Millions of people make vitamin and mineral supplements, part of their daily routine, but a recent study finds certain supplements may actually increase your risk of health problems. Komo's consumer problem-solver Connie Thompson here to tell you about those concerns. It's estimated one in two American adults takes vitamin supplements. But is the love affair with supplements based on health, or just a lot of hype nutritionist, Sandra are Avala says, if you eat a healthy, balanced diet, most, vitamins, and minerals supplements are not really necessary. I think some people think that supplements are just like a magic bullet like oh, I'm going to take these Juneau all my problems. Don't go away. Tufts? University study finds taking supplements did not translate to a lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease cancer, or any other cause, but getting adequate amounts of vitamin k and magnesium from food was associated with a lower risk of death from all causes and getting enough vitamins, a and k copper and zinc through diet was associated with a lower risk of death from cardiovascular diseases consumer reports researchers say by sticking to a diet of mostly whole foods like fruits, vegetables, whole, grains, and lean protein, you'll get what you need. You can find vitamin A and carrots. Sweet potatoes apricots and spinach collie our leafy greens, and Brussels sprouts, are all rich in vitamin k bananas and nuts are great for magnesium and for copper whole grains, potatoes, and shellfish. The study also found over USA supplement was not without negative effects high. Calcium intake around one thousand milligrams a day. Day from supplement was linked to an increased risk of death from cancer. The study found that when people got the same amount of calcium from foods like yogurt cheese and milk. They didn't have the same increased risk of death from cancer. Now, there are times when you do need supplements, for example, pregnant women who need to take full acid. Some people really do need things like iron or vitamin b twelve but the key is to talk to.

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"avala" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Providing truck insurance for over forty years. That was sad news out of northern Kentucky. Early Saturdays city council member. And Campbell county died after a motorcycle crash, Robert Hunter. A council member from wilder crashed his motorcycle at the intersection of north and elm streets and was pronounced dead at the scene. Honecker was in his third term, a city council member. He began his public services, Avala tear firefighter, and rose to the rank of Sistan chief of the volunteer wildfire fire department on Saturday, family and friends remembered fallen Coleraine police officer Dale woods on what would have been his forty seventh birthday. They held the first annual officer. Dale, j woods memorial foundation benefit with money raised going to the people would serve through schools and community events would Cy three days after he was struck by a pickup truck while he was working in accident. Back in January, a rolling in a fight over a local guerrilla a federal judge says a Cincinnati borne guerrilla currently under the care of the gorilla foundation and California must be returned to the Cincinnati zoo by June thirteenth. This. Despite the foundations concerns, that do me is not fit to travel due to his health and his age. They say that he has a parasite that needs weeks of treatment before a transfer is possible foundation. And the zoo had been in a custody battle over a Dumais ever since his companion cocoa passed away last year. Rick chino, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. W H training camp for the greatest opens to the public, a rush to training camp in Pennsylvania, where Mohammed Ali got ready for some of his famous fights has been restored. The deer lake camp is now a shrine to the heavyweight icons career all these longtime friend and business partner. Gene Kilroy introduced him to this six property in the early nineteen seventies Ukraine here for his most important.

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"avala" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"As I said the first hour we had had some fine homes that are on open house today. My broker colleagues at Sotheby's international realty, offering them to you simply go to the real estate classified section of the Santa Fe new Mexican for times and locations of these open house events. So with that it's now my pleasure to actually introduce to individuals both have the same last name. What a curiosity that is Kevin Hilton who's the co owner of Ciro sales and his lovely wife Lory Hilton Lori is a broker colleague of mine at Sotheby's international realty. Put them back to the show. Kevin what can the show Lori? Thank you. So the sites that nonsense with weather and technology with the radio show. I think your event today at least based on what I've been seeing and hearing has been a big success here. It's sales. It's been great Ray. We've had a lot of people stopped by a lot of people that hadn't seen the show room before stop by. We gave away some great gifts and listen to some music and just been a wonderful day. Y'all the salt and pepper shakers have been playing up a storm. I really have enjoyed their music. And I think you've got one big grand prize still left to kick to give it's a Malay vacuum cleaner. Write. Yes, that's a it's a retail value of five ninety nine and set certainly worth stopping by and putting your name in the hat. We're going to do that dry and give that away to some lucky winner. That's great. And I I would I would delay on that. Because you're going to be open till about three o'clock, right? We'll be here. Yeah. Why don't you recommend holding off on that to have people who storm in here to basically win a vacuum cleaner? But most importantly, Kevin. It's the opportunity to meet with the professionals who work here at C R west sales. It's been a theme throughout the broadcast today. You've got great appliances about their offered at other places. But what makes the difference about Sierra sales that I know you're proud of is the quality of the people who actually work here. Isn't that? True. That's true. It's you can go to other places, but what we're trying to offer a service so and to help individuals to get what they want to be satisfied with the product. We're here to install the appliances. Take care of that offer the warranties that come with certified installers, and then on that kitchen and bath side, the same provides design services. So they walk away happy. They're they're looking forward to getting a real realization to that dream that they have to have that nice new kitchen or nice newbath. When when our technology went out, I had hey, sue says Avala and JoAnne branch who's standing over here as well on the show. And we we lost the opportunity to really drill down on a number of the issue. Associated with the design services that they offer. But these two professionals come with great pedigree in what consumers looking for as is the case as a real estate broker, I know it and Laurie knows this is that often your clients are looking for you to help guide them in a way, they may know something, but they know everything about the process, and that certainly is the case here, isn't it that is and what we appreciate is that most people have a vision already. So what we're trying to do is our professionals are going to help them with the vision that they have that make it an an improvement. So we're going to add to the table kitchen design, so it's going to function. Well, but then we're also going to help them with colors and cabinet, short and tile, and lighting and all those things that make it come together. So that the end result is probably much better than what they imagined. Yeah. A little bit of sort of general conversation, Laurie Hilton associate broker shorthair at Sotheby's international realty real estate. We live that. But every single day, what are some of the issues associated with the state of the real estate market? You wanna share with the audience? Well, you know, right now that we have the first quarter in the books the unit sold in Santa Fe were five hundred eighty seven which we continue to have a healthy market. One thing that's impressive to though is that the days on market is continuing to go down for the first quarter that the average days on market was eighty three days. I can tell you the next quarter that number is going to come down again. And part of that has to do with the the tightened inventory, exactly big buyer interest ill. Exactly, you know, we had an in the first quarter. We had an average sell sale price of four hundred sixty three thousand right, which and then as you mentioned, the the low inventory is really what's driving our market right now. The for a long time, we've had a low inventory. But now we're starting to see to the sellers benefit a little bit of an uptick on pricing. Right. It's finally catching up. So it's a good time. Maybe for sellers who have been waiting to enter the market. We have many qualified eager buyers that are out there now. And so it's a good time to get your property on the market, right? But we don't want to say that it's strictly a seller's market right now. Because there's still some very good opportunities for buyers. They're still favorable interest rate. Yes. Federal reserve. Sided to keep them the same for the rest of the year. That's good news. Exactly. And a lot of our partners are offering financing incentives. Typically, we think will you have to have twenty percent down to get into a house. That's not necessarily the case. And so there's opportunities for buyers and sellers right now, very healthy market..

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"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"avala" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I mean, these people are giving these dogs. Yes. Industry will say it's hard to say with a straight face that is from the hands of the trainers cocaine is no money everywhere. If that were the case all of our dogs would be says just ludicrous. But that it's coming for money in the hands of the trainers, and such but guess they do out testing and there have been several drove posits one flicker tested positive for cocaine seven times. Sometimes this is for what to help them be more to be faster. I mean, what's the goal with these drugs to legal human athletes? Right. Yes. Make them faster. Yes. It is. And this other drugs at lied Kane overcame, this other odd named strange oxycodone, and then strangely named drugs that are less well known, but they are drugged. And in fact, the industry sued the state agency that regulates to throw out not just some of the posit test, but the whole drug testing process. I mean, I kid you not in last session legislature face circulated a Bill didn't. Come Bill, but they circulated language shopping for sponsor to allow trace amounts of cocaine totally insane again around. But then it just shows you that I mean, it's really belongs back in the nineteen thirties. Forties. Fifties in two thousand eighteen people love dogs, we know better and their families. Right. I mean, this is such an antiquated. It's really hard to think it took us this long grateful and thrilled. And so glad we made it to the finish line. And this will be ending in two years. But at the same time, you think this should have been done a long time ago because it's such an antiquated practice. It just has no use in place in two thousand eighteen with dogs being harmed the loss, you know, financially. It's just it's really throwback. So we're thrilled. And and certainly will be I will probably wind up adopting a greyhound as well. Because I love the minute had before and and the poor to that. Let's talk about that for a minute. So what can we tell our listeners about what to expect? I mean, I don't know how much you know, about my background. I've come from the animal welfare space. I was at Pennsylvania PA was involved with you mainly enforcement there. We didn't do anything with greyhounds. Although I remember a few cases where greyhounds were involved, and they were just transport issues. But that's a story for another time. So, but anyways, you know, people are adopting pets, and they wanna know, especially pets, they're coming out of less than stellar environments. They want to know what to expect it. I think greyhounds bring especially coming out of an environment like this. They're gonna come with their own set of challenges. Can you talk a little bit about what you would recommend to people who are thinking about adopting a greyhound and what to expect? Absolutely. And I have a good perspective because I've been Avala Terry and fostering with my local animal services for about fifteen years, and I pulled greyhounds from right from the track. So they're very different. And my old oldest dog would have a very different reaction to the greyhounds versus. Another dog because all very positive, but different the greyhounds have not learned even just getting them into the car to jump into the car like most Steuer those that are fried. He was just the man and help them feel more comfortable, but it's just all new now they had to get into their cages and into a hauler. Of course, most dogs are bred in Kansas raised elsewhere and transported here to Florida. So they're very familiar with the haulers but in in a home environment stairs. I put stickers on my glass doors and several of the windows because they would walk right into them having no idea it was sliding glass door and things like the TV noises were all new all very new. It was a scary, but exciting and positive experience hitting them acclimated to real-life out of the kennel out of the kennel compound and their feet are very sensitive and most people think that they need a farm. I don't have a giant farm acres acres. No, they're amazing dogs for people who live in apartments, just like any any nice leash walks and loving time with their companion with their human companions. But they don't. Need to have a farm to run miles and miles. That's just a misunderstanding. There actually quite lazy and various affectionate and loving gentle. So they're different in that sense. But so what expect a lot of the adoption groups do all of that ahead of time for the doctor? I just took them straight from the track. So they'd action groups get an acclimated real-life if a little more away from the track and used to the comforts of home. Like, a wonderful dog Bennett, squeaky toys, really fun things to that's they're very gentle often just get along beautifully with other dogs. Some are safe with cats summer. Not obviously a second dog you want to be careful on on that and protect your cats. But that's common sense. But they're really gentle and walk beautifully on the leash. I rave about them special other dogs because they do get along. So well, they've been housed and lived with other dogs their whole lives. So that's a real plus in terms of adopting a greyhound or too. 'cause they that's another thing is sometimes they do well adopting two at a time. Yeah. I think that was all really. Great information. Thank you. And I love that you mentioned that they're lazy because I, you know, frequently in my line of work now people say, oh, I live in apartment. I can't have a big dog. And I'm always like what? No you want a big dog. You don't wanna have to go up and down the steps to potty Chua ten times. The greyhounds greed. I mean, yes, take long walks. But you know, you're talking to three four walks today. So they make amazing apartment dogs. They make actually make amazing dogs for almost anywhere. But if you're out there listening, and you really want to be able to help these dogs that have had everything stacked against them up until now when they when Kate came on the scene and the rest of the folks out there working for thirteen if you want to help on these dogs, look and go online, check out the greyhound adoption agencies that are in Florida, but also all over the country and consider making now the time to adopt because I've seen some different statistics. Kate, maybe you can clarify, but it seems like they're saying anywhere from eight to ten thousand dollars that are going to be looking for homes between now and the end of twenty twenty is that right? I think it will be less than that. We think are about ten thousand annually to number that we've used floating out there. And at one time there were about eight thousand in the tracks in Florida, but we think as some have pared down and having fewer dogs. It's a little less than that. But they're not required to tell. Well, the exact number and it's fluid right? Because it raise a dog racing just under two years on average. So they come to Florida come to raise about eighteen months and before their fourth birthday, they're gone usually average. So the racing are fairly short. But we think there's about we've heard numbers show between four and eight. So it's probably somewhere in the middle. But again, it's fluid and will depend on what tracks do pay will wind it down early two thousand nineteen while others will go till the end of twenty twenty but either way, and I suggest people look on any of the sites, you know, the search sites to find in search by breed because they're groups all over the country and not just in Florida and see certainly they'll be there. Some right now that maybe had nothing to do with thirteen. One of our talking to the campaign was the opposition. What's can have the dog if amendment thirteen passed or failed the dogs that were in the tracks right now during the campaign would need to find homes either way because the turnover was fairly quick. So this was an end of the cycle so to speak. So they do turn. Over in the industry fairly quickly again, less two years. So there's always a need for them to find home. So definitely highly recommend finding a greyhound adoption group near you and loving handed your home while Kate that's all the time. We have for today. Thank you so much crystal. I think you're still with us. Thank you as well. You both have shared so much valuable information with the listeners, and with me, I feel like I've been educated, and I'm a quipped now to go out there and spread the word about the good work that the humane side of the United States is doing and the mazing.

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"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Heartbeat bills would outlaw abortion after roughly six weeks when a fetal heartbeat can be detected. That's before many women even know they're pregnant as Tennessee lawmakers pushed for a heartbeat Bill this year, planned Parenthood's since skipped, but since key Avala Ntini attorney to the state house to argue against it for the last forty years since Roe versus Wade, every state law attempting to ban abortion prior to -bility has been struck down. But several states are now ready to challenge. Decades of precedent for a long time, Ohio right to life. Supported a gradual approach and felt a heartbeat. Bill was just too radical until this year spokesperson. Jamison Gordon says they changed their minds after the appointment of Justice Brad Kavanagh to the spring court. We see the court as being much more favorable in to relief legislation than it has been in a generation. And so we figured this would be a good time to pursue the heartbeat. Bill as the next step in our incremental approach to end abortion on demand. Some say the rush to pass these bills about lawmakers competing to get their particular state's law before the supreme court the state that helps overturn Roe v. Wade would go down in history, but it's also exposed some fundamental disagreements within the anti-abortion movement about just how far to go. For example, Ohio's Bill made no exceptions for cases of rape, and incest. But the heartbe Bill that passed in Georgia did Zimmi flake of Georgia right to life had a big problem with that. Really just does not go far enough. In the protection of the innocent human life, Georgia right to life withdrew support from the heartbeat legislation. Preferring Nobil rather than one flexes as waterdown believe that more is possible and more was possible in many ways, this is a split between pragmatists and idealists both of whom think of themselves as pro-life by. Golly. Tennessee will join the ranks of those states who believe in the innocent state Representative Terri Lynn Weaver was one of the most vocal backers as Tennessee considered its heartbeat. Bill this year, it's at high profile support, including from the state's new governor. But the Republican attorney general warned it would be difficult to defend in court and several Republicans. Listen to that and voted no for the heartbeat. Bill. Like state Representative Bill done. This is issue. That's extremely important me. It's the reason I got into politics many years ago done says he wants to stop abortion. But it requires strategy. He points. Out that no heartbeat. Bill is ever really been enforced in recent laws in Iowa and Kentucky have been immediately. Bluffing court number one. It will probably never save a life. If we go by what's happened in the past. But it's money that ultimately stopped the heartbe Bill this year in Tennessee, Senate speaker Randy McNally says he's pro-life too, but has no interest in wasting tax dollars to make a point in even worse. The state could end up paying the legal fees for groups that defend abortion. That is the concern. We don't wanna put money there. The last time Tennessee had a case that went to the US court it cost roughly two million dollars that case was about gay marriage. But the experience was enough to give a few anti-abortion crusaders some pause. They voted this week with Democrats for a one year delay on a heartbeat. Bill for NPR.

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"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their work on this project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well. Jami says. Each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between mirrors scientists use. This laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when a gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all of the activities of both the site and the detector are monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since the first historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here. Now are testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves in the sky, the teen will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron. Collision the events sends out cosmic fireworks, thousands of astronomers and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We've only seen this handful of black holes up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. If you turn on a new instrument, you pointed out at the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it'll happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news..

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"avala" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KCRW

"This project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well Jami says each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between mirrors scientists use. This laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when a gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all of the activities of both the site and the detector are monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since the first historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here now or testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive. So so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves in the sky the team will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron. Collision the event sends out cosmic fireworks thousands of astronomers and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We'd only seen this handful of black holes up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. If you turn on a new instrument, you pointed out at the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it'll happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news..

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"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Work on this project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well Jami says each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between mirrors scientists use. This laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when it gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all of the activities of both the site and the detector are monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since the first historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here now or testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves in the sky, the teen will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron. Collision the event sends out cosmic fireworks thousands of astronomers and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We've only seen this handful of black holes up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. If you turn on new instrument, you pointed out at the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it'll happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news..

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"avala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For their work on this project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well. Jami says. Each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between nears scientists use this laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when a gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all of the activities of both the site and the detector are monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since I historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here now or testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves in the sky, the teen will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron. Collision the event sends out cosmic fireworks, thousands of strana mors and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We've only seen this handful of black hole up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. You turn on a new instrument, you pointed out at the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it'll happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news. Let's focus on one of the effects of flooding in the midwest. More than two hundred levies have been breached in four states as rivers flood and Bill Kelley member station NET radio in Lincoln Nebraska reports the damage to state highways is an immediate concern state highway.

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"avala" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on KCRW

"Their work on this project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well Jami says each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between mirrors scientists use. This laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when a gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all of the activities of both the site and the detector are monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since the first historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here now or testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves in the sky the team will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron. Collision the event sends out cosmic fireworks thousands of astronomers and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We'd only seen this handful of black holes up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. If you turn on a new instrument, you pointed out of the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it'll happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news..

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"avala" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Well, the might have them check for Perry. Can't even say the word. I can't speak today. My brain just turned off everyone do powering down computer KiKi off Tampa. We all have Kiki's Howard down brain. I would take it. Justin. Awesome. Well, you you might have to you know, put up with some other things but put up with period, Donald disease, go. Uh-huh. Well, it appears some researchers from the university of California San Francisco and a company called coretec Sime have been looking into a bacteria called P Jinja Vallis which causes. Period, Don Titus period on told disease that it's an infection bacterial infection in your gums that destroys them and can make your teeth fall out. Yeah. Wasn't that the receding gums in the? Yes. Well, additionally, they have found that there is a link between PGE Inge Avala presence in the gums and the bloodstream and your brain. And there is a link between PGE follows and Alzheimer's disease. Everybody go to the dentist. Everybody the dentist. Hold other reason, so many people avoid the dentist. So do you wanna lose your memories, go to the dentist? Yeah. So these researchers have been searching for these infections things this idea that you know, the immune system is involved in Alzheimer's disease. And so there may be infections that spur some, but not all of the cases. And if there are infections, how can we stop those, and we can stop a certain percentage of cases of Alzheimer's disease. And so they have been looking for signs of a link there and discovered this particular link they they found DNA from the bacteria in the brains and Cerebrospinal fluid of Alzheimer's patients. They also found bacterial enzymes called Jinja pains. Like that name Jinja pains, they destroy brain cells, not your friend Klaus, lots of pain. Anyway, they watched these infections in mice, and they saw neuro degeneration in the hip. Campus and build up of amyloid beta plaque, production, and inflammation. So they've put together. And this is the end of the story that they created a molecule this is what this cortex. I'm company is good at it. They created a molecule to block Jinja pain. Enzymes it reduced the amount of bacteria in the infected mice stopped amyloid beta plaque formation and reduced inflammation. And and Dan this compound, which is called core. Three eight eight has passed human safety studies and is on its way to clinical trials, so fantastic. However. The first question, I would have is the direction -ality of this. So. I mean there if if you attack it from this mouth bacteria, and is because it's affects your teeth. It's it's a mouth bacteria, and it begins starts there. And this is the origin of it. And then it goes out and causes problems. Elsewhere then. Fantastic. But if it's a spinal fluid initiated enzyme that then bacterium then finds its way over to the mouth and infects them out. Now, it's I believe it starts in the gums that the gums are the pathway to the nervous system. But couldn't couldn't do the gums just being accessible place for bacteria that could be like could be in the gut. They're gonna be somewhere else and smaller form, really sexual. It's there, but not necessarily the source of it. I mean, the the idea would be wipe it out from the mouth. But then this this bacterium is still causing the release of the enzyme, or what have you that's causing the effects that get into the spine from some other sort? I mean, that's just. Yeah. I suppose it's possible. But what we know about period, Don Titus at this point is that proper dental hygiene does make it go away in terms of what's in the mouth. So so if we know about that, if we know that, you know, occasional deep cleanings and flaw saying and twice daily, brushing, and all that kind of stuff prevent this disease in your gums. Then I think it makes sense that that's where it starts. Okay. But I could see where you're saying that you could just be keeping it at bay. If it's coming from somewhere else, and you're just keeping it out of your mouth through that process..

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"avala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That has a little camera on the ceiling of it that can recognize different who's you put in. So if you put in like a pizza, you'll know exactly oh, you could get a pizza and immediately suggests that different cooking. Tsa times. And you just exactly for that slice of pizza that you just put at they were showing it with a spiritus a lot. You have a spare they'd stick it in. And it would say that's either asparagus broccoli. And then it was a touch screen that you could just tap the asparagus picture, and it would know. Okay. It's definitely asparagus. That's how we're going to cook. It right. So that's kind of the the the thing that you used to be really expensive using fifteen hundred dollars or something insane. But thou the newer version going to new version, it's only it's only six hundred dollars. It's still expensive. But it's nice expensive as it used to be. That's and it's very competitive with the Tavola, which I own and love, right? But the Tavola doesn't do the recognition thing in the current version. Right. That Tavola you have to either by one of their meals, which are great and scan it or use the app to say, oh, this is what I'm cooking the June ovens in this race for the smart oven is like we can actually recognize. And there were I actually saw others. I didn't grunted had one that would recognize food as well. That seems to be one of the new features going into a lot of these smart Evans. Yeah. Absolutely. They have this. Little. Camera recognize the food thing. And it seems to be smart. I was used to be the new much to Avala this is the June. And then recently, there's also the bra oven cooks with light. It's kind of like the adult easy bake coming more than just a light bulb though. It's a little more sophisticated. That there are technically four different light base. You could call it in the sort of LED compartment in the oven. And it essentially will increase the vanilla what food you put in the intensity of will be depending on what fluids you you put it into the the oven there and this one is really expensive. It was almost a thousand dollars. And I think that's because I think that's really because of the technology is so new it's such an inch is cooking. It's not really a test that kind of thing and supposedly you on your electricity Bill because it doesn't have to heat up heating elements, and maybe a little faster because of that. But I'm not sure what the big advantage here is at a thousand bucks. So the for one for one I kind of figure from based on my review of it is that you can cook multiple things at the same time. So he can cook like salmon, and that's asparagus at the same time. And because you can have the light at different intensities. At different parts of the. So if the if the sandwich at the at the front of the strong that say, okay. Bet with the like can be sort of subdued perhaps mood lighting for your asparagus. Asparagus or something? So I mean, the idea is that the light will troll never more control over the intensity. And that way you can cook like whole meal at the same time. Okay. All right, or like, the fraction of the time used to EU's to make or something like that. I still thinks really expensive. But. It was also showing off a smart oven that that's very similar in that it had dentis your food. It.

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"avala" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"avala" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Down public Marisol child. Who's with this? I'm gonna tell you right now. How the Devillier everything or I Eason yourself into the navy at okay, because he's a phony phony time January we've caught that you know, that pre-christmas excitement and we've got Christmas day sell for new year. You're doing that. Whatever you do. I chose to fall asleep on the city, but it's to their own. And then we're asked to fall back in line and get into routine and try and find a routine, and maybe don't have a routine, but that's okay. Take you fought of the pedal. Just relaxes only January or I feel in the no pressure. You easy self in the best way, you know, how? So it's those days episode seventy two I am record in this intro from. Lenny Henry television advertising budget hotel in Leeds. I wanted to give you a little picture of of the the very glamorous life allayed. So without emot- this week, we met I in in London. And he's a really fantastic episode. And now, okay, it's not in a minute. First of all, I want to say thank you so much for. The phenomenal response from last week's episode. David Morrissey was a beautiful honest guest. But we had a lot of messages in support of atoms. Braver the letter that I read out the intro. So thank you to everybody that Senate Email or a private message or tweet and support are no it meant a lot to Adam the that you did that I and there was a question last week. I didn't know I said, I didn't know whether Ataman at got married and everything was alright turns out he did get married and is taking everything day by. So I know that that the support and love from the listening community meant the world to him. So massive, thank you. Now. One more thing have you heard of five hundred acts of kindness, right? You can follow them at five hundred acts of on Twitter. I'm gonna tell you what they're about right now that Avala nutri support group. It's a fundraising group with five hundred people donate one pound every week just to quit. And then they give that five hundred pound to a person family on organization ridden needs. Now thing I'm writing saying that this was inspired by pass to shop outguessed Joe SIMS. So that's how it works. If you wanna know more follow him at five hundred acts of on Twitter on Facebook as well just give it a Google and a couple of weeks. I'm going to be having somebody on who I believe is directly involved in this group, and she does plenty more besides as can be very exciting Speights an account, wait a concert as kinda by can tell you that this week is Lynn Walsh, the lovely brilliant eilly most from coke. She can't is in London not from cork. She lives in London. Now that would have been dedication now. I remember. When I first saw I lean it was in a brilliant film, cold the Magdalene sisters, if you haven't said it directed by Mullen, and it's very very heavy going, but it isn't important film. And I remember when I shore it reminded me of when I saw past guest Tony Pitts in red Rydin. Something about me. Just drew me to what they would do on screen, and they weren't being Trexi or anything we just being real an certainly with islands performance to those search. Some beauty and for gelati about what she was doing. If you've seen it or you've seen either on stage or screen, you'll you'll really understand mama talking about she's brilliant. I look for me. It's hands out. She's brilliant company toe, and I think a hope that you think's had say there. Let's go. This is episode. Seventy two of the to show podcast with the fantastic. Eileen walsh. A say the end..

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Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

Dr. Daliah

05:16 min | 4 years ago

Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

"I. evolve spreading to the Democratic, Republic of Congo conflict zone and. This is a scenario that, health officials have been dreading so a week, after the World. Health Organization said we're clear of latest Ebola epidemic this new one popped up. Which is why I would just say guys don't jinx anything just do not say an epidemic is done or a. Little. Outbreak has done don't say that because something always pops up and I understand you want tourists and trade and industry to calm down. Relax. But you, know a lot, of times, we speak too soon Well they say the, outbreak in. The, Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to a city surrounded by rebels they said creating. Challenger challenges that responders are dreading they said one probable case. Of one suspected case of emerged of the city, of OH in VR sees North. Kivu province and a we, chat self is not under rebel control Salama, Peter Salama who. Is World Health organizations emergency response chief said the city is entirely surrounded by. Territory held by a feared you Ugandan insurgent group known as the allied democratic forces so they say for the first, time. We have a, confirmed case in an area with high insecurity This is a problem we were, anticipating at a problem at the same time we were dreading Okay in order for, us to stop Ebola from local regional and then global spread you need to get in there. You need to be. Able to take control and you need to nip it, in the bud Well if you can't get in there because it's an. Area. Controlled by insurgents or a group that could possibly do harm to you an aid workers you hesitate and a. Day two days three days maybe weeks or months go by and evola can spread like wildfire They say large numbers, of civilians have been killed by unrest, around Oita, aid workers priest government employers are currently being held hostage thereby insurgents So how do, we, get in there to start to contain the outbreak And, if the insurgents are already killing civilians and you say guys you know Avala killing some of the civilians. Are they really going to be that open to letting people come in See I I I love negotiate guys look I, don't, want you, guys get the Abullah so can you let us get in their door staff or get the people out But you're not really supposed to call. Them evil people patients that are being afflicted. With alleged Avila suspected of anyway so this outbreak is the tenth to hit the DRC since one thousand nine hundred seventy. Six this remember, has been around since the. Seventies it's just the the biggest outbreaks happened back in two thousand fourteen in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen epidemic so this latest what. Began on August one so we're about twenty four days into. It and it's already killed sixty three people out of one. Hundred three confirmed or possible cases and Salama warned health workers were expected at least one additional wave of cases so. Now these cases of made containing the virus more difficult so how do they operate in, complex environments and u., n. teams are only allowed travel to. Each, with armed escorts so if the. Number, patients or contacts of patients in the city. Searches the logistical hurdles not only the cows the cost will mount according to CBS News and, so the World Health Organization. Has been criticized on its handling of the two thousand thirteen thousand sixty in west Africa epidemic and we talked about that that killed about eleven thousand. Three hundred people so we'll Health Organization has pledged to revamp. Its response systems what went wrong back then well I think. A lot of things I think we were in the throes of a politically correct movement and so when people you. Know suggested while let's quarantine let's not let people come to the United States if they, traveled there let's try, and examine them that you know the You know with I think people were hitting gloving because they. Didn't want to you know? They, didn't want to trample on anyone's rights they didn't want to be politically incorrect remember there was that. Nurse that was pitchy she ended, up being right but she was furious that our government quarantined her because she could have been. At risk of having A Bola and spreading it And she threw the, biggest fed and I don't blame her I wouldn't wanna be quarantined if I didn't have to but sometimes to limit an epidemic We sometimes have to do, some things that aren't very popular And, after we had that one gentleman that. Came to New York I think it was on the,

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