27 Burst results for "Avars"

Stepping in for South America

The World Nomads Podcast

03:38 min | Last week

Stepping in for South America

"I. Feel with you big thanks cheating in from wherever you get your favorite pods. Now Chat to Chad Kerry. Shortly, about the damage, the lack of travel and tourism has had in South America but still what people wanting to. Travel as borders open up. Well, we've gone to the you know the the main source of being Nash. We've been googling what people have been googling. And some of the most Google questioning covid and travel out of his personal safety. Ken The virus travel through events in hotels. Hod One for us to answer not being doctor or A. Viral. But an American doctor Dan Field who's the chief medical officer at MD staffers, which is one of the fastest growing stuffing the US has been quite a recent interview saying it is possible to become infected through a buildings ventilation system, but it's unlikely due to the gym particles getting smaller and smaller. As they travel through the vents. It's a bit like on aicraft. You know people were I bet getting on aicraft the Bassett filtering systems. Are, read some of the areas harden a pint allegedly cleaner than the air outside. Turn Wow. Yeah. So but again, I'm not aicraft engineer. So Anything. Yet. But the big want everyone wants to know is does travel insurance CAVA CORONA vars. He we got. This is where you are an ex. I can look. This is difficult to answer answer because what does it actually mean by does traveling insurance Kevin Durant avars. Travel Insurance medical costs, loss of belongings and things like cancellation and delight. So even if you do have a policy from provided, the covers something to do with karenna Varzi probably not gonNA cover everything. So which is why it's really super important to read the wording policy witting for your particular provide up. A bit of a tip for you heat control if different control. Fine. Put in pandemic goals that and see what turns up in the benefits. The have looked for general exclusions. The will be section in there about that. If it mentions pandemic epidemic outbreak of disease as a general exclusion, then it's very probably not cabinet. Also. Go back and have a look at what's covered under the medical because they might have made an exception to that day. Look at things is this is a highly regulated industry and We must be the good travel insurance providers don't want to be misleading people anyway. So go to their website and have look on the front page of the website they they will make abundantly clear so that there is nine stacking what you'll coverages around corona virus whether they do or don't. Chuckled I sources I, and you know, for example, the will die meds policy type. Again, we have six different under his around the world, but the the policies that will NYMEX provides us. Does have some coverage for medical costs if you. Seek overseas but that's also very clearly marked on our website on its policy woody, and if you don't show whoever your provider is giving them a call on us. What he's and he's not covered.

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A Strange Bridge

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | 3 months ago

A Strange Bridge

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I am your host kid chrome today. We're GONNA take a look at a mirror universe and possibly a fourth dimension in this podcast. I'm going to skip over the incredibly complicated nature of the life of a star that is necessary for black hole warm. I'm going to jump to the Weinstein Rosen Bridge. This is literally a bridge that connects with another. It was believed for decades based on conclusions by these two Greg. Mines that any ship. Let's say a rocket ship. Avars would be crushed if it entered this Einstein Rosen bridge however this thinking was disproved by Zealand mathematician. Roy Kerr who found another solution to passing through a black hole slash wormhole I. I need to make it absolutely clear. The black holes wormholes really do physically exist. So we can take that theory off of the proverbial chalkboard and say. Hey it's real second. The idea that our ship would be crushed when entering the block. Whole was based on the theory that it would enter from the side it was Kerr. The mathematician from New Zealand deduced that a ship fired centrally into the black hole would not be crush and could pass through to the other side. Where Mirror Universe or fourth dimension is waiting. What would that look like? Well imagine that are rocket has entered the Einstein Rosen bridge dead center as a rocket approaches a spinning block. Holo it detects a ring shaped spinning star the closer we get to the ring. The more light from the Mirror universe illuminates the effect resembles a hall of Mirrors. But we know this is going to happen so we are not fooled into thinking that the images are real. This big question can a black hole be used to travel throughout the Galaxy S in Star Trek? Here's the RUB. The curvature in space is determined by the amount of matter energy that is what would crush our ship and remember that matter. Energy comes from the close of or explosion of a star that I skipped over. The front of this podcast. When Captain Kirk takes us through hyperspace warp factor five the crystals must produce credible energy that among other keeps the ship from being crushed and at the same time creates a faster than the speed of light that is necessary for the ship to safely pass through a black hole of orders that leave us now. Let's assume that we can safely pass through the Einstein Rosen Bridge. What would this look like? Imagine that you were walking down main street. Usa The strange floating window opens up in front of you floating window for this example. All ignore the fact enough energy to make that window appear will probably shatter the earth. So with that bought out of the way you walk up to the floating window for better luck until your total shop. You see a face now. Let's say that the wind picks up and the baseball CAP. You were wearing blown through the window following his flight. You see blown into the sky of the other universe. It seems amazing that such a simple idea that higher dimensions can unify space with time and then a force can be explained by that warping of space time with black hole slash wormhole and the multiple connection with space. Where still probing the very limousine Weinstein's theory of general relativity? In fact the amount of energy matter necessary to create a wormhole or dimensional gateway is enough to make your brain AAC since we don't have Dr Lithium Crystals to protect us as we pass through a black hole. We have to wait for another theory before we launched that spaceship down the center of a Wormhole but the most speculative consequence of connect universes dimensions is a concept of building a time machine more on that time machine structure and what it would look like in a later

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COVID-19: massive impact on lower-income countries

UN News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

COVID-19: massive impact on lower-income countries

"In nineteen lockdown containment measures threatened to increase relative poverty levels among the workers in the informal economy by as much as fifty six percent in low income countries says new briefing paper issued by the International Labor Organization ILO IT similarly bleak in high income countries where relative poverty levels will likely rise by fifty two percent will the middle income countries will see a smaller increase of around twenty one percent as many as one point. Six billion of the world's two billion informal sector workers are affected by current avars containment measures most working the hardest hit sectors including hotel and food services manufacturing wholesale and retail and among five hundred million farmers producing food for urban areas. Women are the hardest hit overall with no benefits. These workers have no choice but to carry on. In order to feed their families which is endangering government's efforts protect the population and fight the pandemic. It may quickly become a source of social tension in countries with large informal economies. The report says

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Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

Correspondents Report

05:15 min | 3 months ago

Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

"The ripple effects of panic buying that grip distractions at the beginning of the corona virus crisis. Still leaving some supermarket shelves empty. A supply lines catch up with themselves. Solutions more complicated for the people who rely on donated food to get through the week. Social distancing measures have robbed many charities of the human connection so crucial to already vulnerable clients Jeff Thompson reports on one remarkable charity network which is still managing to fade eighteen. Thousand people a week on a beautiful bright blue day shrink wrapped pallets fruit. Drink the being stacked along the age of the Wide Wooden Dick in front of Cottam Lighthouse. Church cars are starting to pull up into the U shape driveway and as a step up onto the the big wide balcony. Here yeah gotTa wear. The reelection is and there's boxes of Calcutta pups there's I think like pringles and toutes saw some juices desserts and a whole lot of frozen ties and fruit. You're really focusing on the traffic this week. Because we don't want to get in trouble for council for having punchcards of cars backed up on the road. What used to be face to face and highly social is now a drive through service we used to we had it in the pocket everybody just queue up and we give them a little ticket and a number and then we assume as I came. Come up and we'd have gazebos and everything in the park up the road there. It was started by pastor in battling because of the restrictions. We decided to do this so we keep them in their cars and they just drive through the handbags out of the car. We feel bags and let me give it back to the moon. I draw com up to the wooden dig and pastoring in hands the woman inside some roles and a couple of loaves of grade. You're welcome anytime. Do that. Wonderful really really helpful. I haven't been working for three weeks. We have right and you lost a job because of current avars cited and up. That wasn't a lot of money anyway. So this really helps Pasta in Bodley his head to pivot his relatively new charity to meet the rapidly changing needs of his local community. So we've been doing this for the last three and a half years and we do it every Wednesday. From about this time to at one we can be giving up to about sixty families in the area On a regular basis thing now with consumer of course ninety percent of its economy is wrecked because laws on tourism so we're expecting a philly high influx of more people to come in but just as demand is going up. Donations are running out and volunteers. A staying home and that means charity like Aliens has list capacities to feed a growing number of hungry people. These emergency to pass to enes work. We've noticed last week getting Chris and who you clientele typically the people mainly on fixed incomes. And they struggle. You know there's that many benefits typically get benefits. Pensions these young people who are not able to work. Some of them had disabilities and so forth and a lot of victims of domestic violence. In fact we work at supporting victims of domestic violence in the area and so they will come and get food and because side them money. We just helped by now the driveways fool and across the way I noticed pass to een speaking softly to a gray haired woman wearing a face mask and she's just dipped out of the com- relating that Lost a husband a Wednesday night last week. I'm providing here now with Some counselling support so he just update on Wednesday night. She was sitting on the brand with him and he just died. She suffering from shock. She's come here to die and she's she'll I'll call her and we'll just follow her up and everything and then we'll just make sure that she's okay because of the Anka that they've got a hell of a thing to go through losing your patent suddenly at the moment when there. It's hard to to get comfort from other people. That's right is when you go through situated. I'll give you a hug but I can't you know so she won't even my children can't hug me and my grandchildren can help me moments. She's really feeling she. She had the funeral yesterday and He was promoted. She's the only one was the anyone could go. So it's an it's pretty upsetting for you. Come here today food or or to see you came here today to say she doesn't take a lot but she she takes for herself and her daughter

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How Herbivore Herds Might Help Permafrost

60-Second Science

02:45 min | 4 months ago

How Herbivore Herds Might Help Permafrost

"Arctic. Permafrost is melting and fast. That's bad news because these frozen soil store billions of tons of carbon. Just waiting to be unleashed. So is there a way to save the permafrost? One team of researchers thinks that may have found a possible solution. Vague animals urban offers animals. That you only plants back in nineteen ninety. Six researchers started an experiment called Pleistocene Park they fenced in about eight square miles of land in northeast Siberia and then they introduce different types of herb avars reindeer horses Moose Bison Sheep and other large critters since then scientists have studied these animals effects on the ecosystem. One outcome is that these large are before help. Keep the ground very cold cooler than it would otherwise be. The snow in winter is important for temperature because it doesn't insulating layer so the air in winter in the highlight juice much cooler than the saw Philip pirata vegetation ecologist at the University of Hamburg. So the idea of this experiment was to introduce a large herbivores and to a quantify the effects on temperature to see if they can actually protect permafrost soils against thawing and this works because The animals trampling to less insulation of soil against the cold air temperatures and results in a cooling effect freezing era of reaches the soil more easily. Priroda and his colleagues realize the significance of this effect so they pulled data from place to seem park as well. As from Sweden. To model what effect urban force could have on permafrost if they lived in large numbers in the the researchers found that even in a worst case scenario some four degrees Celsius global warming. These hobie voice in the model reduced substantially by a one point seven degrees on the average and this leads to a preservation of around eighty percent of the original. Today's permafrost area and with our hobby for effect in the model. So the control run. We found that only fifty percent of the permafrost area would remain by the year. Two hundred hundred so we can say that the effect of the heavy was in the model of lead to a substantial addition of Paraphra so the studies in the journal Scientific Reports. It may seem strange to have herds of horses in cold adapted sheep grazing the Arctic Tundra. But then again. We're living in strange times.

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Market panic after coronavirus spending stimulus packages

Between The Lines

07:09 min | 5 months ago

Market panic after coronavirus spending stimulus packages

"As crown avars cases Roy's across the country and industry shuts down hundreds of thousands of people. Losing jobs and businesses across the country lay going broke so is government spending enough or too much and how long can the Australian economy survive before we keep into irreparable damage? Are WE AS POOR. Kili asks in the Australian newspaper This Week. We burning the village to save it. Daniel would is budget policy and institutional reform program director at the Graduate Institute. And she's the incoming chief executive officer of the Graduate Institute and Salmon. Cowan is the research director at the Center for Independence Studies at Sydney. Think tank that I had up Danielle Salmon. Welcome both of you. Thank you come now. Danielle the in response to the government's big spending stimulus packages those a seventeen billion dollar package about a fortnight ago. Then another six billion dollar one earlier this week in response the markets panicked a full stampede trends indicate that the markets will continue their stampede lock fraught and capital is all this government largess justified. Look I think it is absolutely justified when you look at the style of health challenge. And what the government's trying to do to keep that contained in terms of effectively shutting down pretty significant sectors of our economy You know the hospitality industry is gone. anything that relies on social consumption so a lot of businesses headdresses petitions. The canucks very significant swipe at the economy. And so we need this government package in order to support the businesses during what is going to be a very shop. It comes down to it. Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian this week Sam and he says just as there are no atheists on a sinking ship. There are no free marketeers independent so manure relating free-market t doesn't this unprecedented cross justify unprecedented measures such as much bigger government. Well you've wrought remind frame rocketeer evening across as so. I guess that's a positive spun for from Mor perspective. I think there's an important distinction that we need to make I here. Which is the audio of stimulus as opposed to the broader concept of what government support government action in a pandemic? Cannon should be so the idea that what the government can or should do his prop up. Economic growth is in the short term. Which is what stimulus is. I think that that's a very mistaken idea. It's a mistake and concert. Not The least of which because what? We're actually trying to do here is Danielle roughtly. Daddy shutdown pots economy for health rights. So the the issue here is not so much. A case of should the government being involved in short term stimulus. It's what sort of support package. Should we give to cushion some economic impacts of this crisis in? What should we do on a health perspective? Now of an expert on the hill saw things. That's where the government's getting its health advice from an economic perspective. I think it's important to realize that we cannot prop every business in in the country. You know Macaroni France. Basically said we won't let a single business go bankrupt. That would be a stike. We're looking at a potentially protracted shut down in the economy with significant economic impacts. And we need to be smart in strategic about how we deploy our resources. The government doesn't have an unlimited budget. Econ prop up. Everyone and it shouldn't try and provide support to everyone. What it needs to do is target. It's assistance to the areas most in need to the people most in need and ensuring that when we come out the other side of this whereas applies to as we can be to get coming out on the other side of this means massive deficits as far as the. I can see and that would imply a substantial future tax increase crosses. Maybe as soon as next she wouldn't that retired the recovery. Daniel look really depends on how quickly you try to pay down the debt. And you're absolutely right when we will be wrecking up a substantial amount of with these reforms. There's absolutely no question about that So essentially we are asking future generations to pay for this response but given the importance of supporting business through this and I do agree with him. We will not say every business here. But we absolutely need to avoid. Is You know what will be preheated to economics and the economy becoming a permanent one if we lose a lot of productive capacity and the economy that has got to be the priority. Right now yes it waiting for that we go substantial debt to pay off the government will hopefully find a path to do that in a way that will not hit the the economy is coming out of the what happens if the pandemic lasts into the winter and early. Spring Salmon Cowan that the CLEM will be for another round and then another round of high levels of government spending. Is that really sustainable? Well it's an interesting question Australia's coming into these spots. A lot of people were not an is good spot as wearing two thousand night. But we're not coming into these crosses with government dead at one hundred percent of Jj pay a lot of the countries in Europe. The challenge I think here is and what the government You know it's difficult for the government to do this because it's been so reactive in such a short period of tall it but it is. How can we draw on the resources of society? More broadly so that we don't put the entire burden for these onto future generations. You know if you sort of think of it in these terms Government has its role to apply. It will take its level of debt individuals who have resources businesses who have resources we should encourage them to access those resources as well One good example. These we have caught a good deal of money in superannuation that could be used to support people in the short term. It's not going to be a complete substitute for an expanded welfare system in this cross but it could take some of the pressure off the system at a point in time where we don't know how long this will last Danielle. The government did announce that would allow Australians to access a superannuation. What's your position on that yet? Look wait we think unbalanced the good idea and clearly difficult decision for individuals to make to to draw down on the sweeper particularly the time when we hear the knock. It's onto forming. Particularly well sited the value of their investment might not be what they were but in a world in which the government is offering generous safety net but for many people that will not be enough if I have lost their jobs to keep up with their bills So we think allowing people to tap into those saving given the extraordinarily nightshirt. These crosses is a good idea to help people get

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Apple warns on revenue guidance due to production delays, weak demand in China because of coronavirus

Squawk Pod

03:25 min | 6 months ago

Apple warns on revenue guidance due to production delays, weak demand in China because of coronavirus

"Or watching The shares of apple been watching for a couple of days. Already the way this The way this was disseminated the company announcing that it's not going to meet its quarterly revenue forecast because of lower iphone supply globally and lower. Chinese demand resulting from the cove nine outbreak. All iphone manufacturing facilities in China have reopened after the extended Lunar New Year but apple says it still expects a supply shortages and it's not like they had a really good idea of what the revenue going to be. There was a four. You could drive a truck through four billion dollars. Sixty three to sixty seven billion and I think that included they're conservative forecasts the sixty three and now they're not gonna hit the low end so and they're they're really frightening thing there. I think the concerning thing is the uncertainty because they said they can't even give guidance on where that revenue is going to be until we get until April and I think that's a concern. It's a concern for Walmart as well for all of the retailers for all of these manufacturers we just don't know where that's GonNa land. Think market watchers immediately started crunching through every other company. That could possibly have have similar problems. And there's a lot of them and we're going here I mean if you don't find them before they say it it'd be nice to now and they're like running through the spreadsheets. This old this company could this this this this and we're hear. I guess from each of these countries when they realize but but I think given the as you said Joe the guidance for this quarter which was given in late January was already meant to factor in corona virus impact and given also the fact that they don't have any of their manufacturing plants that supplies manufacturing ponds on in Wuhan Province. Were who bet self? You could have had a biggest chef price reaction. You COULDA had a bigger negative reaction to this sort of secondary if you will guidance downgrade than we've seen the supplies across Asia and Europe down to four percents. Nothing more pronounced when you compare it to twelve months ago when they issued a revenue guns because China clearly to share price reaction is muted particularly given the fact that it's up one hundred twenty percent since then the only other point I would factor in is that shares of Apple. Were still up about four percent over the thirty days so we're giving up a bit of that game that was underperformance relative to the broader Nasdaq. Which have been stronger than that over thirty days but given how close we ought to all time highs. I think you could have seen a bigger action on this and there will be some selloff sitter fundamentally base and others. Just send him an check. Tusla to see how Tesla was trading this morning after it's big run up and everything else so this is Oil prices GDP now in China. What is forecast? It'll be cut about six tenths of a percent off of GDP down in the low five Japanese. Gdp was terrible German sentiment. We should also mention the Zeti w business sentiment came in much below forecasts. The forecasts was twenty one point five. The jenry was twenty six point. Seven came in eight point seven so huge draw because of grown AVARS PHYS that said. Shanghai today was actually slightly high up five basis points by one percent decline in Hong Kong Europe sunny down a little bit stocks fifty zero point four percent and again all being offset in general because of the hopes that this China stimulus will will outweigh all of this in the

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Keith Kirkland Founded a Wearable Tech Company That Lets People Communicate Through Touch

The Limit Does Not Exist

05:33 min | 7 months ago

Keith Kirkland Founded a Wearable Tech Company That Lets People Communicate Through Touch

"Our guest this week is Keith Kirkland the CO founder and CEO of where works a wearable technology startup based in New York City. Not sure what wearable technology is at one point. Neither was Keith. When he was designing handbags at coach he had no idea that one day he'd start a company that would create a wearable haptic navigation device for the the blind and visually impaired? Don't worry we'll explain what all that means by the way if you listen to last week's episode with Stephanie Harare You'll Remember hearing about new inc an incubator for creators who are working at the intersection of Art Design and technology and fun fact. Keith's company is part of that. Incubator key story is A truly inspiring example of the impact that we human ben diagrams can have when we follow what feels authentic to us even when there's no through line incite and his his work shines and important light on designing for inclusivity. So let's meet Kenya. Let's do it. What is so thick means of or relating to the sense of touch? Basically like optic is for is for the skin and so basically we're working on as we build products and experiences that use your skin as a communications channel right now with the proliferation screen. Based devices everything is using your is MHM Right and we were looking at him. Like how can we get people out of their phones and back into the real world. Oh we can give them some of this information that you don't necessarily need to stare at a screen in order to get and so we started to look at. What types of information can we offload from the visual Channel To kinda give people more like in their world experience but give them the information that they need. So what kind of information can you offload from the visual Shell. So we're starting with a use case of navigation. I have two co founders and we all walked into this door of being interested rested in half digs through different ways. My Personal Dura was. I was spending time. I was at proud at the time doing a Master's program in industrial design and I was trying to find way to teach movement without an instructor being present. I was looking to try to expand movement economy and that kind of boil down to the suit that would eventually allow person to download John. Lewis In the suit with Keith data. Continue that road to build this suit and if so where can I actually. So we're doing right now is actually the foundation for me. What could potentially become with? The suit was envisioned to be. If you look at the suit like the biggest challenges were around it was that lake. All the technology existed to build the suit today. You know you have motion capture data to know where your motion is and you could do motion caption data for an expert to know what your motion should be. You can scale from their body to your body because most of us have the same number of joints in the same places cases being humans. Roughly roughly you know not say that super loosely. Accessibility is ridiculously important. Also you know like generally we can scale but the biggest part that was missing was if I want you to raise raged risk two inches off of the table using vibration. How can I tell you to do that? There was no language to communicate information through touch with. And so I. When I finished my thesis I was like Wow? You can do well this by without this language. This whole thing is kind of useless so let me go and try to work on building a language to communicate information with that could eventually help a person the potentially learn Kung Fu or any form of movement you're co-founders came to this through different channels. How did you all meet each other and realized that you were interested in in this same question of sharing information through touch yes? Oh my co-founder young and we were actually classmates in massive industrial design program at Pratt and so we we came in in the same class. We did three years together. I ended up going away for a year studying in Japan and in London at Yale University in the row. codge Avar Bureau College Young stayed in the program here and I came back and finished my third year out so we did our thesis together. Kevin was a really close friend of Yong's and hemming young had did joint these together but Kevin and I also serendipitous Lee ended up working at the Metropolitan Museum of art together. We were both fellows at at the media lab there and it's a now defunct program but before what it was was they basically invited technologist kind of reimagined. The museum experience the project I worked on was basically. I walked into my thesis with this idea of design slash fashion technology and movement. And in my thesis. It became a downloading suit when I walked onto the same idea because I was like I need all my life to be authentic consistent and at the mat we came out was replicating getting garments from the costume to Putting them on three d models giving them a sense of movement so that people could understand how the dresses and garments moved on people while people were moving because I felt like the the clothing experience was ridiculously divorced because everyone knows not touch mccaw so but you know like the VNA nate dress. You WanNa touch it because we have different experience you know with clothing art hanging on walls. How can we give people that sense of movement and so having having and I both worked on independent projects? There I'm but we worked. You know we run a cohort together and we all ended up at research. Center called the Digital Humanities Research Center it was like a playground for people to come together postgraduate and does work interesting projects. And that's where we decided to join together and and bill ware works and focus on

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Director Greta Gerwig on 'Little Women' and Louisa May Alcott

The Frame

10:25 min | 8 months ago

Director Greta Gerwig on 'Little Women' and Louisa May Alcott

"Start with a new film that opens this Christmas Day. It's an adaptation of Louisa May alcott novel Little Women and it is a lovely little gift of a movie yourself theory someday. So you'll need me. You'll wish you have behaved better. Thank you so much for your employment and your many kindnesses I intend to make my own way in the world. No no one makes their own way. Not really we civil woman. You'll need to marry. Well you are not married. Because I'm rich wjr. The film is from writer director. Greta GERWIG stars. Sir Sha Ronin. She played the lead in Greenwich Direct. To`real debut lady bird and the rest of the march sisters are played played by Emma Watson Elisa scanlon and Florence pugh Laura dern plays their mom and Meryl Streep is they're wealthy aunt March gerwig has been thinking about little the women for a very long time well before she even found out that producer Amy Pascal was developing a new adaptation of the novel. Here's Greta Gerwig little women and has been a book that I have loved my whole life in a very deep way to the point. Where my memories? And the memories of the March sisters were intertwined in that way that I think books of your youth can means something even beyond being books because th- they they're the they become part of your family I think that's that's the magic of Reading when you're a child is the the distinction between fiction and reality is thin for you or it. It was for me anyway But I hadn't read it since I was about fourteen or fifteen and then I read it in my early thirties when I turned thirty and I All this stuff came out at me in the book that I it not. When I was a child I can passion get so savage could hurt anyone and I enjoyed it? You remind me of myself never angry. I'm angry nearly every damn I li- reading as an adult. I heard all of these different things. I saw it as much touch spike easier and sadder and stranger and almost more triumphant in a certain way and also just is this kind of being aware of an author was another layer of it for me that Joe both wants to be an author but then Louisa as author and so even though Joe March march by the end of the book says she stops her ink well and stops writing and gets married and has children opens a school Louisa though wrote and she wrote that book and we know what. Because there's the book you know. I just sort of had an idol saw about well if I made this. I'd want to center center on this. I'd WanNa Center on all these themes that I felt I hadn't really seen yet about it which was ambition and money money and women an art and I heard in passing my agent said at a dinner. Oh they're interested making little women again again and I was like what I have to go. I have to talk to them. I have an idea and I hadn't made anything at that point. But he got me a meaning and I I went and I talked talk to them and I told them some version of what I wanted to do and And I said I want to direct it and they wanNA write in Iraq and I hadn't had nothing to really show that I could do that so but they very luckily hired me to write it. And then I wrote my draft in in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen and then I went away and I may lady bird and then by the time I was finishing that up they said well what what do you think about making little women and I thought I said well I knew you'd ask. I'm ready but it was a it was one one of those for two. It's turns events. I want to ask about that perspective that you had a reading the book as an adult versus as a young woman woman sure and the perspective you have as somebody who is a creative person gas writing movies and making movies because so much of the movie and certainly in the book as well is about the challenges of being a creative person and how you value your own art how you compromise with people who are financing it and how you find your voice even in those parameters that's right now there's a you you picked up all the cards I put down. No it's a it's funny. It's that the opening scene between Joe March and her publisher Mr Dash would which the majority of it is actually word for word from the book when she says took care to have a few of my sinners repent and he says people want to be amused not preach that morals. Don't sell nowadays. That could be me talking to a studio head about something. I WANNA do But it was. It was all there for me to be discovered. I didn't invent it like like I said that. That scene is a scene from the book but it felt too so relevant to right now and then beyond that when when I was researching Louisa Mail Cart and it became clear that that who Lewis male caught was was equally the subjects that I was interested in and then you learn about her life. Is You know unlike Joe. She never got married. She never had children and but she kept writing and she did keep her copyright copyright of little women which is a you know huge thing that she did and I mean there are so many things about her life and what she did. It felt eerily familiar and I think even even in the fact that Her publisher sure and even herself but her publisher truly didn't know what a hit he had. And I find that happens all the time that there's a constant underestimating of audiences that are not the same audience of the people who are in charge of publishing or whatever that may be the the first half of little win because it is really to books as written ends so group. The curtain falls upon big. Joe Beth and amy whether it ever arises again depends upon the reception given to the first act of the domestic drama called little women death. It's almost like she's saying I've got a a sequel but I hope people by the I know she's She's a business lady no she and and and it it. It's worth saying that the the initial printing sold out in two weeks and it has not been out of print for one hundred fifty years in one thousand nine hundred four. There was a story. Little women leads poll novel level rated ahead of Bible for influence on high school pupils. Yeah that's nice. I mean I mean it's just nice for her and it raises his other question like what people take away from the book because you can interpret it in very different ways. I'm going to give you two prominent women who have thoughts. That's about it. The first is Gloria Steinem. WHO said in Nineteen ninety-two? Where else could we read about an all female group who discussed work art and all the great questions or found girls who wanted to be women and not vice versa? Oh that's beautiful found girls that wanted to be women not the versa. And here's the author meal Paalea who says the whole thing is like a horror movie. I know I think if you have an idea in your head of the it can be of little women. It's usually from the first book. It's the kind of Christmas to Christmas structure. And the you know the second half of the book Louis Male jokes. She should've called the wedding marches. Because they all got married and truly British version is called good wise exactly zoo you know. It was in this to book structure which is part of why I is structured the film I did starting with them as adults Because I wanted to start with the second half but I also think there's two books embedded in it because if you you just read the book on its face value with this. Kind of pre Victorian morality of Domesticity in virtue tied to femininity communitty. And all of these kind of tidy bows put on each chapter. Then I think you miss what's really roiling roiling underneath and if you read it that way of course Camille Paglia is completely right. It is something that would be a horror show if that is all you're seeing but I'd the way I look at it is if you can take the ending of the book where she felt she must marry Joe off to someone because that's what the readers demanded and she made this economic decision. That's what she would do Because she had so books then if you if you read everything through the Lens of will she had to make it all kind of tidy for the time time then if you take away the tidiness what's left is a whole bunch of am Bishen and mess and anger and lust and craziness and things things that don't fit neatly into any box. And so what I wanted to do was not update the text. The text doesn't need updating. I wanted to take away the constraints constraints of the time in some ways. Because that's what was interesting to me and even in those constraints. Louisa really did do her best to try. I to imagine what what would in a gala -tarian marriage look like. What would something that was? Not Essentially INDENTURED SERVITUDE BE As a marriage and I feel that you know Gloria Steinem being one of them with a Simone Tip Avar Patti Smith Orlando Toronto or J. K. Rowling rallying. There's a long list of women for whom this book meant very specific freedom an ambition and what I wanted to do was make a film film that was in the tradition of why that inspired them. Because it's there's gotta be a reason more than she got married to Professor Bear Sogo to see you. Thanks for coming as really

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"avars" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"avars" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"He we kinda share the skating coach, Don braid we most gate with him. And I think just through our trainer to see works with Andy O'Brien's just to see him a lot. And I think he still buys a John really close Johnson. He gets to see him. So it's nice to see him. Obviously. Like, I said with kids it's tougher. But you know, he always has a huge smile on his face. And like I said we tried to sneak in a hot stove or any chance. We can. All right. So true or false. You were the MC Ajan Avars wedding. And you got up there and said, John, I had all of this great speech plan for you. But I had to change it on July. First he asked you to be the MC, and I wanted to say, no because as much as I think, I'm good talker and stuff, I think it was his wedding. I didn't want to be the guy that ruined it or making great. But I did it because he wanted me to and I was he said that was my gift to him for the wedding. So I got up there. And he knew that comes with the territory that if I got the mic I was going to give it to him a little bit. And I did and people had a good response. I think as a guy that's ever done public speaking like that before kind of call my nerves, and certainly to loosen the feeling up in the crowd for the wedding afraid. Like were you afraid how are people going to react to this? I figured people laugh because because there's so many islanders guys there. And I know just the hoopla the media was making about him leaving and everything, and I just thought they were gonna get laughing, you know, likely did. And after that, I was able to get rolling a little bit. Did you have any more good lines that you can repeat the won't get us? All. Nothing. Crazy. I think the one guy that I really regret chirping was gone. Yeah. I say I'm gone, and it was in the wedding party. And I knew that he had a ton of friends at the wedding just because you know, family and friends and he had a big audience. So I kinda went I had him a little bit. And which I just said that he spent a lot of time on the outdoor rink and his knees. Former into his ankles, and he couldn't see his ankles anymore. So he was pretty mad. He was trying to take the might there s the night and come out, but you know, hockey players agreed because as much as I can make fun of him. I think I also maybe earned it a little stripe in his book the being able to take a job at him and being able to make a joke like that. So it was it was it was a great wedding. It was a good time to have a small part of it was it was a lot of fun. You know, a Karen review has played that night. But did you watch the game where he went back to New York? I did watch the game. Two thousand nine to two thousand eighteen only speed on John's Avera Sarah here on the he was the best player on the team most nights. Now some phones here for both parties with perhaps the distance rose between them fans can prevent war. What did and he was less? How? Time goes on. Think back home court John too. There was to the the franchise. You know, it was tough to watch think at the end of the day fans are entitled to their own opinion. I think it's great when they're passionate. I think that's awesome. You know? It's just a fine line between, you know, honoring a guy and disrespecting guy think fans are entitled their opinion. I love the Boone and the cheering. I think that's great. But I think, you know, the burning the jerseys and stuff like that in any sport. I think you know, I don't think fans realize that where people to sometimes as much as you know, he did leave. I think the put his heart online for the organization, and I mean, you see it in basketball. Lebron James, I mean, that's just the nature of the business. Peop- fans are fashioned. They want to win..

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"avars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"avars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"avars" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"avars" Discussed on Probably Science

"I don't have a good segue for this. But did you watch the landing of the insight now the Mars not Rover but Lander in digger happened yesterday. Wow. I did. I didn't watch it life. Incredible. Did you did you watch it live? Andy watched it live as people who follow me on Instagram. But no a past guest Avars Fara, Alabama works at JPL. And she got me and as well as Rachel porter front of the show the right in the the actual in him. Well, just got back from us. I guess you don't know. Andy wouldn't know that he doesn't know me have this ten. Oh, wow. Tomorrow ten. It's very dangerous. Catchy. Some of this. Right. Yeah. I feel sick. My nose is bleeding. You guys should your nose isn't normally bleeding. I forget because we've known each other for Feb fabric. Now, he said almost opposite each other in the office. But I don't know you that. Well, to know that you'll knows isn't no. Yeah. Yeah. It's definitely not this. It's not gushing the way it is. Now, I guess that probably is the MAs the mind got to be the Mars. I'm actually still trying to figure out where the mission control center is. It might be in Florida. I I don't know it wasn't in Pasadena, but they had a whole setup for the public to come view in an auditorium and a couple other rooms like I think Adam Schiff was there. I saw at I'm savage, Bill Nye. Some foreign dignitaries and stuff. But yeah, it was really cool. They went through some traditions of past the first of all they gave US Mars water. I've got some Mars water over there does that mean. I mean, it's bottle of water. That's like re labeled Mars. I mean, it's water for discovered. What are Mars? They had Mars bars, which I think are discontinued, and they had to special order pretty most buzz on discontinues get those of the store right now. Yeah. You wanna do dude? I thought I no one told me that I just thought like owning NASA and find this. No. I thought they were like. I want to say a second just in England in in Britain. They I'm going to say American version was discontinued in two thousand two because in Britain. I'm gonna say they if not the biggest certainly top five biggest-selling. Wow chocolate. Pas our countries are different. Yeah. Can we ever got along with such differences between us it's basically a Snickers minus caramel nougat white Nelson? It says toasted almonds way, not a not a later version of it. So it's like a cross between a three musketeers and a Snickers minus the nuts. I don't know. I. I don't know. What's in the three musketeers? That's just chocolate bluff, I don't even know if it's considered new, okay? Yeah. It doesn't get stuck in your teeth. Oh, yeah. It it's like meringue Maranghi nudity. If anyone can link us to either event diagram or taxonomy diagram of British and American confectionery, then please do please do so probably size. Come gotta be a block somewhere. Yeah. Sure. Chocolate bar equations that would have been a thing on. Here's a blast. From the past web. One point. Did you guys ever read branching dot com brushing shuttlecocks like pre web two point zero pre listed?.

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"avars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"avars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"avars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on KGO 810

"Text this game quick to seventy They're nine still seventy seven nine minutes seventy left. And nine that's text that's a lot q. u. of I c lot k longer to seventy nine seventy nine I seventy in, nineteen nine with, web out of the shotgun The here two megastar summer mash up Inside the awesome I zone read the Niners read it On the rockstar metro. PCS Handoff Maybe a yard gain Swanson was buried there That. Was that was good Upfront Recognizing that play and making the play in the hole Now with two receivers right two receivers left screen. Pass to the forty five. To fifty still be well short of the first down I'm a Wilson Line. Spot to make the tackle. Ten yards downfield Hustle that's what mean again who's things like that little things like that Coaches see when, they, turn on the film. Tomorrow to watch, the game you hustling pass rush get down the. Field get, your angles make a play on on a on. A receiver I mean. That's what you wanted, to be into one hitter third and seven Upon the six. Minute Mark, tied at ten here the Texans right at midfield. At the fifty Dropping back to pass pumping wants looking left sideline and it's nearly picked off Avars mcfadden's read the back shoulder, throw turned around got it in his hands and just, couldn't secure the football but, it does force Texans pun Again a missed opportunity, in the secondary I mean that I mean that that's right in his hand he's got. A, dream about that revenue nightmares about that all night well we seem some. Good, ball play by the secondary down. The field tonight About forty nine. Right, catch those but being in position for the deflection is a big deal Texans will put it away James Fair catch at his own seven yard. Line Where the Niners, set up shop there's five forty remaining, this Nick Collins.

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"avars" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Oh. Welcome the Bill Barnwell show. I'm Bill Barnwell ESPN we're here on a Friday. August thirty thousand eighteen. It's too hot cast week because we didn't do one last week and getting to one of my favorite shows of the year today. It is a annual treat to have Chris brow VPN on the podcast here do thing. We would do anyway if they were not a podcast, we have made some totally wild random prop bets for players and teams for the twenty thousand season. And we're going to get to some of those today. I believe we're going to spill over to next week as well, but we're going to start into as many of them today as we can before we get to next week's episode as well. So Chris, how're you? I I very rarely get to forward facing things Bill. And so that's why turned down Howard Stern to be on the show. Well, I mean, would you turn down Howard Stern for what's the melon tied. Let's not talk about that. It's a different universe. All right. Well, in this universe, we're going to talk about some player prop bets, team prop bet. So if you are uninitiated, perhaps let's let's start with really simple one just to get the idea in. So start with one I threw out there which is Brown's wins, minus half patriots losses in twenty eighteen. So the behind this is basically you're going to pick one side or the other of this bet. So for the Browns wins, believe FBI protected somewhere around five wins from that mistaken patriots. You might figure okay, will their thirteen and three team. Let's just, oh, that number out there. So the Browns have five wins, patriots have three losses. Five is more than three and the spread is only a half. So if the spread is minus a half, the Browns have to be a half game or more better than the patriots on. Terms of the patriots total or vice versa. If it's plus half the Browns only have to be tied with the patriots if their one below the patriots lose. But if they're tied, then they will actually win. So. She pretty straightforward. We'll try and make it clear as we go on. But scowl start with that one Browns wins minus a half patriots losses where he sent. You know, what's fascinating is earlier this offseason might clay colleague Avars put out an article for us. It was like the Browns quietly are a sleeper sleeper playoff team, which is basically just saying that Browns have.

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"avars" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Well, I had three full butterfly Bush, and everyone of them did not make it through the winter or. You know, why do you think that was? Let me go back to. I always advise people to wait until the fourth of July before they count the plants as did they are a non hardy perennial type plant at cetera. They just simply can be killed by the winter, unfortunately, but they're very, very slow to recover because they're not usually killed below ground. So yours may still send up shoot. However, at this point I'm going to tell you the chances are pretty remote. Now, the. The the matter of three of them being killed. I'm gonna blame it on the weather because there's no particular disease or insect that I know of to get on them. How close together are they where they're planted. Well. I live on an acre and they're pretty far apart state then that is right in front of my house once out in the yard and the other two away out in the yard. Okay. Now the reason for asking that question is if they were by chance grouped, then we would have let you say a fairly firm thought toward at being a hard frozen spot. Swin swept whatever winter brings, and it would have not dot all three. The fact that they're separated kind of makes me wonder what maybe happened. However. As I say, they're, they're well a tender perennial. Even on your acre, there could be enough similarity in cold, cold snaps, and one of those about cold is not so much how cold, although that does count, it's how fast they get frozen. And then conversely how fast they get thought, all all of several things go into it. Now, at this point, as I say, fourth of July, as long as I would wait, I think you can safely dig and destroy the roots. And in that I don't know of a disease or insect, you could plant three more right back in there. There are some new coat Avars, some that are shorter, broader, some that are different colors and so on. So it might be time for change and mother nature was just letting you know, but I don't have a firm feeling other than our winter where it was not so hard on some things did destroy others, and I've had several people call and talk about the butterfly. I Bush mine is alive. However, very, very humbled. It's if I didn't know where it was. I wouldn't. I wouldn't know where to look because it's barely twelve, fourteen inches tall right now. Very, very spry early. So I think I almost entered the same fate that your plants have and I would say, simply look for new varieties, put them back in the same place. Then if anything straw or as I always say, oh, cleaves just a cut the plant down after thanksgiving. So that you don't force it into any late growth? Cut it down. Yeah, cut it down. Them back in the fall will normally I would not tell you too, but I think in this case, I want you to get him cut down to where you can either just kind of dump a bushel of oak leaves or whatever over the top of each or you could, you could think of putting them in shaking them out of a bag, whatever, so that you get a little bit of cover in there are call it mulch, don't don't use something that will stay sopping, wet peat moss would be wrong. In this case, I love it in the soil, but not in that situation. And as I say, oh, cleaves don't slanting down and get ugly as maple leaves and other things do. So give them a cover and do it before the the real harsh part of of winter. And as I say, if you cut them down and dump into the middle of them do it after thanksgiving. So you don't force any new growth then cover them prior to Christmas. So you've got that full month there to get it done. And then just see if that doesn't make. The new ones come through better. And at the same time I tell you that a friend of mine planet butterfly Bush. With impunity. He, he loved him. He liked what they did. The butterflies, the bees, and so on. They were. They were wonderful screen. He would not cut his back below about three feet tall, and every year they wouldn't die much below three feet tall. So they're an odd plant odd situations that I, I would guess that it's winter. The Gotcha..

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"avars" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Well, I had three full butterfly Bush, and everyone of them did not make it through the winter or. You know, why do you think that was? Let me go back to. I always advise people to wait until the fourth of July before they count the plants as did they are a non hardy perennial type plant at cetera. They just simply can be killed by the winter, unfortunately, but they're very, very slow to recover because they're not usually killed below ground. So yours may still send up shoot. However, at this point I'm going to tell you the chances are pretty remote. Now, the. The the matter of three of them being killed. I'm gonna blame it on the weather because there's no particular disease or insect that I know of to get on them. How close together are they where they're planted. Well. I live on an acre and they're pretty far apart state then that is right in front of my house once out in the yard and the other two away out in the yard. Okay. Now the reason for asking that question is if they were by chance grouped, then we would have let you say a fairly firm thought toward at being a hard frozen spot. Swin swept whatever winter brings, and it would have not dot all three. The fact that they're separated kind of makes me wonder what maybe happened. However. As I say, they're, they're well a tender perennial. Even on your acre, there could be enough similarity in cold, cold snaps, and one of those about cold is not so much how cold, although that does count, it's how fast they get frozen. And then conversely how fast they get thought, all all of several things go into it. Now, at this point, as I say, fourth of July, as long as I would wait, I think you can safely dig and destroy the roots. And in that I don't know of a disease or insect, you could plant three more right back in there. There are some new coat Avars, some that are shorter, broader, some that are different colors and so on. So it might be time for change and mother nature was just letting you know, but I don't have a firm feeling other than our winter where it was not so hard on some things did destroy others, and I've had several people call and talk about the butterfly. I Bush mine is alive. However, very, very humbled. It's if I didn't know where it was. I wouldn't. I wouldn't know where to look because it's barely twelve, fourteen inches tall right now. Very, very spry early. So I think I almost entered the same fate that your plants have and I would say, simply look for new varieties, put them back in the same place. Then if anything straw or as I always say, oh, cleaves just a cut the plant down after thanksgiving. So that you don't force it into any late growth? Cut it down. Yeah, cut it down. Them back in the fall will normally I would not tell you too, but I think in this case, I want you to get him cut down to where you can either just kind of dump a bushel of oak leaves or whatever over the top of each or you could, you could think of putting them in shaking them out of a bag, whatever, so that you get a little bit of cover in there are call it mulch, don't don't use something that will stay sopping, wet peat moss would be wrong. In this case, I love it in the soil, but not in that situation. And as I say, oh, cleaves don't slanting down and get ugly as maple leaves and other things do. So give them a cover and do it before the the real harsh part of of winter. And as I say, if you cut them down and dump into the middle of them do it after thanksgiving. So you don't force any new growth then cover them prior to Christmas. So you've got that full month there to get it done. And then just see if that doesn't make. The new ones come through better. And at the same time I tell you that a friend of mine planet butterfly Bush. With impunity. He, he loved him. He liked what they did. The butterflies, the bees, and so on. They were. They were wonderful screen. He would not cut his back below about three feet tall, and every year they wouldn't die much below three feet tall. So they're an odd plant odd situations that I, I would guess that it's winter. The Gotcha..

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"avars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eat you they just want to kill you more people are injured in yellowstone by the bison then by the grizzly bear so you don't want to be anywhere near a giant sorry that ways tens of tonnes these animals would be aggressive and territorial and super dangerous to be around but but also on the flip side an awful lot of the super predators that walk the earth right now they don't spend their time looking to eat humans they're kind of just sitting around and if they're hungry they might need something that walks by this would flip the monster movie though on its head if if the urban stores were the ones that could trample you and in the velociraptor just sort of sat around until they got a bit peckish well true but you know predators they also tend to be very cautious if you're a cheetah and you break a toe you're probably going to starve to death so predators are cautious animals whereas irv avars tend to just kind of blunder into situations and they can sustain pretty serious injuries instill eat grass yeah i mean he's joe you you wanna pick up on this because the way that the dinosaurs actually act in the movie isn't necessarily the way that we we'd see them in real life if they were walking around well i completely agree with ken i think that that one of the biggest things that kind of deviates from what we know about dinosaurs or what we know about animals generally is the behaviors and i you know what caused out to me is is the examples where right just right before the large carnivores gonna eat somebody it does yells out you know it's sort of like as if you're going to be like wow cheeseburger you know and it's it's really not something that we see in nature and we don't see on this sort of like anger i mean the animals can be aggressive but there's not the idea that they're going to warn you they're about to consume you you know that would be a very mal adapted well actually we're gonna take a break when we come back we're going to talk about some of the noises that the dinosaurs do make it something you've been studying and we're going to figure out if they sounds too realistic or not you can call with your dinosaur questions eight four four seven two four eight two five five that's eight four four talk.

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"avars" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Muscle wow what happens with this calcium it's like the boll weevil just looking for home goes wherever again then they form black conform allow these things because it's happy there it's warm as happy goes on the nerves of the valves the breast tissue longs brain kidney all favorite oregon's avars yeah we will look at home i said i could say that to you because that's your that's your application then your once you're caisson was songwriting and producing and singing we're talking about ways to prevent heart attacks and stroke and i must say vitamin k two is a big fine it's a big fine what do you wanna talk to me about our guest any questions that i can all in that cage and i think that's very important and one of the things that we need to talk about forty four years since stem cell dako scullery eight years since obama lifted the ban on federal funding for research with the benefits of twenty twenty hindsight how many trials are now in prague says for adult stem cells there quite a few aren't they oh yeah it's all adult stem cells i've been reporting that for years i there was only one there was only one embryonic stem cell trial and they shut it down in three months and that was being done by cheer on corporation the main problems with embryonic we're number one it wasn't a political issue number one they create tumors therefore they couldn't use them because of that number two you'd have to be on immune suppressing drugs rest of your life and number three they would travel to parts in the body where they were not supposed to go they had a mind of their own but as far as the dell sells sport thousand trials with adult cells and i only found the one and it could have changed in the past six months i don't know let's go postal erskine we'll be right back most of you know that heart disease is the number one silent killer in the us what if i told you.

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"avars" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Thank you a stirring things up i am the leader of the church and society outreach avar methodist church in clearfield and i would not have guessed the jeff sessions with one of ours we wouldn't have thought it and i have a copy of the social principals of the united methodist church for twenty seventeen through twenty twenty and i'm sending that to him and i have highlighted the part that the to the rights of immigrants and it's only four one section is only four sentences long in the last denton says that we posed immigration policies separate family members for each other or include detention of families with children we call a local churches to be in ministry with immigrant family you you you talking about this literally break it's breaking my heart it break it's breaking my heart i know but in mall churches as well as surface and large cities to are serving not just immigrant populations but pork and people who are hungry and people who don't have adequate housing access to food you know food scarcity is the big problem we have a sneaker closet we've put she's on kids and coast on anybody that needs one in the wintertime and we're not the only searches area but doing things like that so if there's any hope is going to come from the grass roots come from small you know from from from small places thank you thanks for calling and thank you for the work that you're doing and showing what compassion with with within you know your your group your church your organizations there are a lot of great people working hard and to me i'm going to tell you the thing that hurts me with what liz is talking about she has to send our attorney general a pamphlet to remind him to be a human being to remind him of how his own church is working he's a member of this which means he should post to support what that church supports and therefore he's not doing that and yeah does does let's talk to john in minneapolis john you're on the subway miller show i just wanted to say that you know i think part of the problem for you know that the reason we have donald trump is that we haven't talked about nazismfascism and the holocaust enough each conversations should be judged on its own merits i don't agree with gordon i think he's wrong put something like that and i'm also part of jewish you cannot put something like that in a little box and tuck it away and take it out and talked about it just like you can't with martin luther king and you shouldn't sewing thing that he started martin luther king and the two are very much linked this is an ongoing thing and also the second thing is you know the the right is is rising all around the world but it's not in power in denmark it's not in power in norway is not in power in france not in power in germany it's empower here think that people should you know look or look tom snyder you know the twenty things that yeah great book everybody should read it and look at the interview that amy goodman did you know we have a lot of potential right here in this city we nominated ilhan omar it's the molly african american african african african woman you know to congress and i think she's going to win but we have glimmers of hope in a you know a media outlets of despair i mean yeah it's really funny cbs chairman and a lot of the heads of media corporation that they can make money off of lying and telling you know just absolutely you know i think that to go on i think that rupert murdoch's mother who i'm sure is in heaven she was knighted by queen elizabeth for rightfully so for doing things for children lee doing it physically i mean she didn't just give money she was very very upset with him in fact i don't think she talked to him thank you john thank you so much is it how you can call them nazis yeah yeah the number here is three two three four six eight.

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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro wins reelection amid charges of irregularities

BBC World Service

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro wins reelection amid charges of irregularities

"I love rags to riches we love privileging escapism we'll be discussing the depiction of royals on film and british bowed fashion chrissy anders christian madsen describes the danish queen sense of fashion either she drools in this kind of medieval the medieval like super queen gold brocade amazing number or she draws in this fabulous seventeenth eighteenth century baroque cream all that more coming up on the art our this is the bbc news with nick kelly nncholas maduro of venezuela has won an emphatic victory in the country's presidential election to secure a new sixyear term in office the electoral commission said mr maduro had obtained four million more votes than his principal challenger henry falcon who discovered the election is flawed and called for a rerun are america's candice pierre successes challenges mr madero now faces misdemeanor doodo anticipate second term in office promising his deeply tired hungry and disillusioned electorate he'll tackle any konami in free fall but it may be too late inflation is running at around thirteen thousand percent and the government is set to run out of money soon oil production has dropped to levels not seen in half a century dire shortages of food medicine water and cash may trigger a popular backlash an analysts saying the crisis is so severe it could also provoke friction within the civilian and military branches of the government officials trying to stop the spread of the abol avars in the democratic republic of congo beginning an immunization campaign using experimental vat team health workers will be among the first of five hundred people to receive the treatment daughter michelle yao from the world health organization told bbc how the vaccine will be used that's been tested in gaining almost all of the people that were vaccinated could not get.

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"avars" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Yeah to that's vegas that's that's my hometown now three that that's basically the closest we're going to get to your see hawaii for the time being so if we can get it done there then that'd be perfect yeah the ninth island as as as they call it max hallways fighting brian ortega to twenty six years against my perry what about brad avars against israel tucson you as the main event of the tough anneli card the night before you can headline that show what do you think of that if they want to give that to me then let's do it okay but like i said i like like i said i i don't think this kid deserves to be in there with me but i have no problem the railing the hype train no problem you're not impressed the numbers are the same no don't get me wrong i respect them for what he's done in in kickboxing you know he's he's an excellent kickboxer but this is this is i'm not i was not impressed with his last fight not not at all i don't think he even deserve i'm thinking that flight deserve to be on the main card on the undercard there was so much better fights now and and people that deserve to be there like those two guys maybe vittori is right in the top fifty and i'm not too sure but that was israel's second fight in the year see and then you have guys like me and kristoff job in the top fifteen who been fighting like you know what i was my sixteen year see flight.

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"avars" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Wow they really did that digital fucking air thing didn't they are they demonstrating the air flow of avar nato fan on the side sure i bet you i'd like to see an electric phantom i think an electric phantom would be dreamily appropriate bring bringing hundred the furthest luxury car i think that good bit yes who gives us should've away six thousand pounds exactly right yeah statement car and that's it might be this sort of clean transportation this what might wanna show up to an event silently and and pushed along by two thousand foot pounds of torque today i like to see you do like you know the the company that's doing the new strato i'd like to see you take that formula and and make me from scratch a new eighties luganda aston martin lagaan that exact conversation did we not talking about that how often do you wanna buy a la gonda everyday can make it all right it's we had this exact off about it it's a half hour of our lives we won't get but it was also the new one top left him that's aston came out with this which is a a sort of very low production how many they making these eighty member i think there is nontheless one hundred middle east only wasn't homologated in very many countries and it's you know it's cool it's cool it's not it's not on i note the luganda i want is a is a hard hit and mother fucker you know what i mean sure offers.

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"avars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"avars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The left wing walker pinching lightning mcdonagh data stamkos check that eighteen without a helmet that's jt miller who's lost his stolman centerpoint mr glove by lock and he will hold a minute thirteen to go in regulation that tampa bay lightning seven the new york islanders six during a great job right how stifling islanders chances no sustained pressure the offense today for the new york in a position to really doesn't want to be in defensive zone now for this jolla just seventy three seconds remaining to get the other direction get y'all off the ice five islanders out there john's avars anders lee josh bailey nicoletti and ryan poet usually partnered with johnny boy jug but had been lied bullock's night which you goals and plenty of chances for that hatrick brayden point beats john taveras on the face off and that means the puck stays in the dow has to stay in the blue paint tampa turns it over the lettie from behind his own net up the far board for josh bailey cross ice but the bears with a head of steam tampa line goes to the bench extra attacker on for the islanders they'll skate six against five with the empty cage trying to win the battle to anders lee at the left dot tampa turns an older lady sent it right back left wing corner stolen on it for tampa we'll send it all the way down towards the empty net wide right foot race for the puck here johnston trying to be nutty but the great skating maclennan won the foot race and that means icing against the lightning forty point six seconds to go on the third new york gallo goal initially looked like he did have a chance or when i say that i should say the blue shirts center on the ice but they they didn't have a chance to the jersey of the islanders and all of a sudden nicoletti out of nowhere is going to be able to just turn on the jets this go down the other direction be tyler johnson so the puck and allie islanders will call a time out to talk things over forty point six seconds no seven six four seven three tampa bay after forty.

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"avars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"avars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Thirty i think she sorta summed up whatever finding thought they might hear from heme which as he did the wrong thing he's remorseful this has been very hard on his family announced visited him in prison multiple times over the years and she certainly did give you that sense of family and humanity oh okay that for the microphone hi symphony who may give any plenty remarks that he liked to make but commissioner thank you commissioner de letter i provided through your liaison it's an undated letter from mr simpson to assemblyman osbaldo whom all that should have been provided to you you yes sir okay yes sir intersex gets set up there is less that's where i'm going to start take the order to detect in order to fight and now with its own oj simpson's attorney malcolm avar and the letters you can see is very short so i i think it would be provia just read into the record if you're if the commissioners would allow me to from a reading let us first against signed it veritas sure the by way of setting this letter up by the way that the most important part about the letters that this was not a letter that mr simpson provided to me okay uh what happened is mr simpson at some point wanted me to communicate with an individual by the name of osbaldo fumo he's an assemblyman now i'm prior to that time and still now he's an attorney and in the interest of full disclosure he actually was one of mr simpson's attorneys during behaviors proceedings related to this case uh but since that time as well dr oz years i call he's a friend of mine too he became an assembly when with the nevada legislature and after that mr simpson suits mr from model letter and mr did then i found out about beladere not through mr simpson i found out about this letter through mr bloom oh when i was advised to thank him for bank causing fumo for providing some was at books and some educational equipment to the prison here ed la block nevada and so here's your i'm going rebound letter and by the way that mr simpson did authenticate this letter this morning i don't produce this to him this morning uh when i got to see them prior to this hearing he did indicate that he was the one who wrote this letter and.

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"avars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"avars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"So a magic talking about launch joe has legitimized the hype that we've seen with lou war in regards alonzo like does it seems different now it's come from magic and we just dismissed uh lavarra when he was talking so highly alonzo while the differs rain of lavarra magic is i don't know what word i can use year but shall we say they'll avars just a little bit more or fishes maj people feel good levada made people wanna fight except the cake vital because i imagine a fight will of oddball we'll go there very very unpleasantly fully via handler calluses hail volatile away snowblowers eighty seven to nine three seven steps exist telephone number subzi get atlanta's heat gone right writer double yolk so i had the hartford you back real quick i mean you keep eweek tight so i had so i'm i'm i'm bringing you back to the criticism during the season of one mr steph curry and when asked to about why you know why that criticism comes his way from somebody's axel players you know that i z z z z don't do that just want the dog dog no no no no no i'm gonna be very clear about this we are not about to have a lie skin versus dorskin discussion in front of these white people why do you think i'm gonna do this if i would do it last tab there's some things we don't talk about in front of them.

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"avars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"avars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"So a magic talking about launch joe has legitimized the hype that we've seen with lou war in regards alonzo like does it seems different now it's come from magic and we just dismissed uh lavarra when he was talking so highly alonzo while the differs rain of lavarra magic is i don't know what word i can use year but shall we say they'll avars just a little bit more or fishes maj people feel good levada made people wanna fight except the cake vital because i imagine a fight will of oddball we'll go there very very unpleasantly fully via handler calluses hail volatile away snowblowers eighty seven to nine three seven steps exist telephone number subzi get atlanta's heat gone right writer double yolk so i had the hartford you back real quick i mean you keep eweek tight so i had so i'm i'm i'm bringing you back to the criticism during the season of one mr steph curry and when asked to about why you know why that criticism comes his way from somebody's axel players you know that i z z z z don't do that just want the dog dog no no no no no i'm gonna be very clear about this we are not about to have a lie skin versus dorskin discussion in front of these white people why do you think i'm gonna do this if i would do it last tab there's some things we don't talk about in front of them.

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