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Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

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Bird Flu (MM #4023)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Bird Flu (MM #4023)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It often seems like we haven't gotten any good breaks lately here in America across the world even over the last few years. It's one thing after another, just saw news the other day, increasing cases of avian flu, or as they now call it the bird flu. I guess you want to get down to basics. And it's affecting our chicken population. Over the last year, the cost of chicken at the grocery store has increased by 33% and it's going to get worse and could be in short supply, all because of the bird flu. And it's one of those things it's not the birds infecting themselves. It's a wild bird of some kind coming in, and affecting those birds. Now, of course, what are they trying to do with this story? Deflect the fact that the cost is going to go up, and we'll see less chicken. They do say the good news, bird flu can't be really transmitted to people. So we don't have to worry about that. They're trying to use the COVID shuffle to try to get people not to think about how high the prices are going to get. Bigger producers are seeing more and more problems with the bird flu, and it could get worse. Again, don't know why, but somebody's got to figure it out.

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Bird Flu (MM #4023)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Bird Flu (MM #4023)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It often seems like we haven't gotten any good breaks lately here in America across the world even over the last few years. It's one thing after another, just saw news the other day, increasing cases of avian flu, or as they now call it the bird flu. I guess you want to get down to basics. And it's affecting our chicken population. Over the last year, the cost of chicken at the grocery store has increased by 33% and it's going to get worse and could be in short supply, all because of the bird flu. And it's one of those things it's not the birds infecting themselves. It's a wild bird of some kind coming in, and affecting those birds. Now, of course, what are they trying to do with this story? Deflect the fact that the cost is going to go up, and we'll see less chicken. They do say the good news, bird flu can't be really transmitted to people. So we don't have to worry about that. They're trying to use the COVID shuffle to try to get people not to think about how high the prices are going to get. Bigger producers are seeing more and more problems with the bird flu, and it could get worse. Again, don't know why, but somebody's got to figure it out.

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Bird Flu (MM #4023)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Bird Flu (MM #4023)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It often seems like we haven't gotten any good breaks lately here in America across the world even over the last few years. It's one thing after another, just saw news the other day, increasing cases of avian flu, or as they now call it the bird flu. I guess you want to get down to basics. And it's affecting our chicken population. Over the last year, the cost of chicken at the grocery store has increased by 33% and it's going to get worse and could be in short supply, all because of the bird flu. And it's one of those things it's not the birds infecting themselves. It's a wild bird of some kind coming in, and affecting those birds. Now, of course, what are they trying to do with this story? Deflect the fact that the cost is going to go up, and we'll see less chicken. They do say the good news, bird flu can't be really transmitted to people. So we don't have to worry about that. They're trying to use the COVID shuffle to try to get people not to think about how high the prices are going to get. Bigger producers are seeing more and more problems with the bird flu, and it could get worse. Again, don't know why, but somebody's got to figure it out.

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Avian influenza discovered for 1st time in Maine

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Avian influenza discovered for 1st time in Maine

"Bird flu is confirmed in backyard flocks in both New York and Maine over the weekend according to federal health officials in Maine health officials quarantined a property in Knox County and say the birds will be eliminated to prevent the spread of the disease it's the first time the state has confirmed a case of bird flu in New York the same action was taken in Suffolk County were backyard birds were found to have avian flu according to state health officials who say they're also monitoring neighboring Long Island areas the CDC reports no human cases have been detected in the US and that bird flu does not represent an immediate public health concern Julie Walker New York

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Federal officials confirm bird flu detected in New York

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Federal officials confirm bird flu detected in New York

"Federal officials confirm the avian flu was detected Saturday in a flock of New York birds state officials have quarantined the site in Suffolk County and say the birds on the affected properties will be depopulated to prevent the spread of disease and that they will not enter the food system authorities also said they would do testing and surveillance in surrounding areas human infections with bird flu are rare but it is highly contagious and fatal for chickens so far this year bird flu has been found in several states both the non commercial as in this case on Long Island and in commercial settings Julie Walker New York

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Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | 8 months ago

Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada

"Welcome back america. Here here salena zito is my guest. She is america's columnists you can read everything that she writes it. Selena zito dot com. We talk over the weekend about something that i'm not going to tell you about unless you can tell me about it. Selena can you tell me about it. I can't carry about it yet. All right believe in there. Tell me about justin trudeau. You just wrote a common. The new york post that is about justin trudeau. Who by the end of the day. I hope is the for their voting today aren't they they are. They're voting today and it's really interesting sort of what's happening there for the benefit of the steelers fans. We're talking about canada. Well my family have. We had a place up there for over seventy years. So i know a little bit about avian Probably the only one in pittsburgh go ahead. They lost yesterday. I'm happy happy happy. I got some heat on twitter from. I got rolled by yesterday. And he said you know east. Ohio watches the pittsburgh steelers. And i wrote back. Yeah so they loved him lose like yesterday. But you go ahead and tell us about canada so Trudeau coli snap election In august in. Interestingly enough he called it the day that these the polls came out that canadians gave him very high marks on his vaccines distribution. And they should have. They have the best vaccine distribution as a country in the world however they did not like that. He decided to call this snap election. Why because first of all there's very strict lockdowns in in canada. And so they believe that he was. It was irresponsible for him to do in the middle of a pandemic after being lectured forever about not doing anything and all the set now he wants everyone to go out and vote and the reason he wants everyone to go out and so is because he had he had High marks in the polling but You know that didn't transfer that didn't stay because people people look at it as like you're doing this because you want a majority government.

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Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs

"A new study claims the impacter belief to a wiped out seventy five percent of life on earth sixty six million years ago including all the non avian. Dinosaurs most likely came from the other. Half of the main asteroid built between mars and jupiter. The findings reported in the journal lakers came as a surprise to scientist as it's a regional space previously not thought produced. Many earth impact is however computer modeling from the southwest research institute in san antonio texas has shown that the process is that the large asteroids to earth from that region occur at least ten times more frequently than previously thought. They've also found that. The composition of these bodies does match. What scientist snow about the dinosaur. Killing impacter researches combined computer models of asteroid evolution observations of known asteroids to investigate the frequency of so-called chicks lube events over sixty six million years ago a body estimated to be around ten kilometers wide. Signed into what. He's now mexico's yucatan peninsula for me. One hundred and fifty kilometer wide crater known these days as the chicks solid greater and it was this huge blast which triggered the mass extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. The last few decades much has been learned about the chicks lube event. every advance is latina questions. One of the study's authors william bucky from the southwest research institute says too critical questions remain unanswered. Firstly what was the source of the impacter and secondly how often do such impact events occur on earth to probe that sheikh salah be impact jealous examined sixty six year. Old rock samples found on land and within drako's the results indicate the impact that was similar to carbonaceous contract meteorite that some of the most pristine material in the solar system.

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Here’s Why Pigeons and Doves Bob Their Heads While Walking

The Science of Birds

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Here’s Why Pigeons and Doves Bob Their Heads While Walking

"A behavior you may have in. Doves and pigeons is the exaggerated head bobbing. They do when walking and these birds walk. They put one foot in front of another rather than hopping as many small birds do. So what's up with all this head bobbing. There's actually a very good reason for it. What's happening is that a pigeon is keeping its head still for a moment while its body is moving forward while the head is stationary. The bird can more easily detect any movement in its surroundings like a predator or other danger after that. Brief moment of cranial stasis. The bird's head shoots forward sort of catching up to the body and then the whole motion repeats. Interestingly scientists figured out that a dove or pigeon. Won't bob its head this way when it's walking on a treadmill this makes sense doesn't it because a bird probably doesn't have to worry so much about predators when it's busting out some cardio at the gym can just let its guard down. Walk on the and listen to a podcast or maybe rock out to some songs by nickelback. I'm told birds love nickelback actually pigeons. Don't bob their heads on the treadmill because the static view offers no visual stimulus for the bobbing instinct to kick in. They don't bob their heads when they're blindfolded either like a dove is blindfolded in a game of pin the tail on the donkey. Or when it's trying to hit a pinata opin yada shaped like a house cat and filled not with candy but sunflower seeds in delicious cracked corn birds in the family columbia. We also have a special ability when it comes to drinking most other birds dip their bills to scoop up a small amount of water than lift and tilt their heads back to toss the water down there gullit's but dubs pigeons can actually suck water up sort of how you and i do sort of. They stick their faces into the water completely submerging their bills than they gulp. This avian superpower may be an adaptation for drinking water quickly to minimize the time spent in a vulnerable position.

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"avian" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Guess we'll just have to find the right one. The first clue lead emma to the cinerama forest reserve in sri lanka where a short rest has just been interrupted by a very strange encounter with flying snake. Gosh she's just landed in the tree above me lincoln sleep. It just glided down from those. He's there mazing. Okay admit. I was actually a little scared.

Dr Fauci On Gain-Of-Function Research

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Dr Fauci On Gain-Of-Function Research

"Here's the audio. Here's Fauci and 2012 again. I'll put the link to the whole thing tomorrow if you want to watch it. He appears to be talking about here. Gain of function research with ferrets. Now I just wanna be clear is not talking about Corona viruses here believe he's talking about each one and one or another virus. But still, this is kind of interesting, given that they seem to be denying any role in gain of function research now. Check this out. Okay? And Fouche constructed variants of H five N one avian influenza in order way to identify which genetic mutations might alter the transmissibility of the virus. In their studies, they employed a standard influenza animal model, namely the ferret. This slide shows the basic design of the experiments in which the virus was modified to allow for aerosol transmission from one fair it to another. Guys, ladies. I mean, what is he talking about? He's been adamant up on Capitol Hill and in media appearances. We don't do this gain of function stuff. Well, what is he talking about there? At this virus H five n one. The avian flu was modified by by who? The tooth fairy.

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Jatinga Bird Deaths

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Jatinga Bird Deaths

"Why during monsoon season between august and october between six and nine pm would come hurtling down by the dozens. I haven't met dr chowdhary in person. But there's something. I love about imagining this. Avian sherlock holmes don quixote figure chasing after birds to understand why. They're flying to their deaths interesting. I started visiting. Judging does instrument the bar for nine all the local say goes is started long. The naga tribes. It's not just something that the village residents experienced with their own eyes. It was also the stuff of legend part of the local law that was handed down between generations. Then this utterly founded start slang towards them at night as a better man than the day. Think about that the descent of the birds with someone tent so overwhelming that it cleared out the villages previous population. The people of gitonga couldn't live with it. Maybe because it was inconvenient or maybe it was just the really ominous vibe regardless gitonga remained abandoned for a long time until a new population resettled in nineteen. O five we don't know why these people came. Perhaps they were just taking advantage of the available land but once they settled an experienced their first monsoon season. Something really fascinating happened. A new story emerged expedients phenomena. That's all that. It is a got some so dan startup killing by ding. The birdseed bamboo poles and phenomenon started since the gitanas new inhabitants. So the same falling birds. As the very reason to stay to them it was anything but a frightful or ominous omen was an offering. It was free food gift from the gods. It was as they say a bird in the hand. A new narrative took hold that the birds were willing themselves out of the sky handing themselves. Over to the villagers people started referring to the phenomenon as the gitonga bird suicides

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US under Biden will no longer call migrants 'illegal aliens'

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

US under Biden will no longer call migrants 'illegal aliens'

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. agencies will no longer call migrants illegal aliens under the bike did ministration the Biden administration is instructing agencies to no longer referred to migrants as avians memos issued by customs and border protection and immigration and customs enforcement recommended Chloe's use non citizen or migrant additionally instead of illegal aliens employees of customs and border protection and ice should use undocumented noncitizens or undocumented individuals Republican senator Tom cotton of Arkansas pushed back against the new guidance saying we use the term illegal alien because they're here illegally Mike Rossi out Washington

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The stories are everywhere. Faris run the internet. they Like i i know. I personally know people in the furry fandom who are a cops active duty service members people who hold medical patents. Them that work at amazon and microsoft like its. They're they're pretty much everywhere so you probably know if you already. Wow what a closet faris. Yeah exactly what. I would recommend like the urine. Your new york right. Yes but i'm not at all. I'm i'm on long island all the way by more closer to the hamptons. You're not. You're not so far in long island that you pronounce the g. Though right the long island no that actually hurts me to say if i said long. Oh man long makes me feel like When did i just do w. o. n. g. g. long long ago. Anyway there was a question there. I'm sure oh. Yeah so i so. I know that there's a couple of conventions near you. There's answer new. England up in the boston area and there is a for pockets down in connecticut. So you kinda go either way can etiquette right out my back door. I mean on long island sound. So i look at my back door and see connecticut so yeah well if if vaccines do their thing before halloween. Take a look at For pack when it when it rolls around they connecticut's pretty wide open until the there. I think they have dance clubs opening and they think they've dropped the mask mandate there so it is what it is but what we'll let the numbers decide you know. They've been that way for a long time. Because i remember when we first started in new york when we started being able to do gigs again. Under you know social distancing restrictions and all connecticut was already Well ahead of us. And i for some reason disease doesn't like money and connecticut. Is the money state. Yeah boy is it. Felt like delaware but you know the disease stays away from the rich people somehow. It's it's it's it's funny. How knows about the so. This has been in education for me. And i wish you great success now. It seems to me that you've already had some great success in again. I'm surprised that it's a short amount of time because when i look at The videos and a look at the work you're doing and website and stuff. It looks like you've built up a really strong loyal following and and have had a lot of success in this being in a is such a short time. So congratulations thank you. I i do this for a living. So i'm working every single day to try try and make thumping noises in this little padded room here and hopefully make thumping noises that people want to listen to you know right. So what is the situation there with you. are you looking Are you out Doing any live performances now streaming stuff or so. I mean like my my audience is largely been streaming. Because because i do the conventions. I'm either fly into a convention where all these people gathered into one hotel or i'm streaming to them when they're at home because my audience is largely disparate. Like that whenever i've tried to dislike..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"And i know we're over the hour and i appreciate you hanging out for a couple more minutes because this is a really fascinating subject to me now you you. You went from this traditional music setting where you were part of a bantu. Edm and you've only done it The the electronic dance music for three years now but you seem to have a loyal following and a community built up a community They went they followed you from the band's the traditional band playing to this genre that seems that seems unusual. Because you're either a fan of nashville style or whatever words will do or this but very few people are really into both. I think maybe i'm just that much out of touch. Id partially the ladder. Maybe i don't know but like you know. I will say that leo one of the one of the communities that has really embraced me and i've embraced them over the years. Like i said the furry community. I mean people that office animals people like to dress up as animals and i. I'm a bird so you know why not but The the the one of the things that that has to be repeated over and over again for some of the the visual artists. And i've i've a lot of friends who draw the animated stuff as very very prevalent in like the anime and sci fi and free scenes are a graphic artists. It needs to be repeated over and over that other artists are not your competition..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Hours of original music. I don't know how. I mean over over my entire career. I definitely have eight hours of original music dance music. I don't think i have that much original music. No but one of the things. Like there's i mentioned at the beginning of this a million years ago when we started this podcast that i got into this as part of a a personal rebirth because again a my my career was flagging the satisfaction. I was getting from making the music was just not there anymore. It's like a loveless marriage at that point and Getting into the bird thing and getting into dance music was a completely new direction for me. So i've only had like a few years to make dance music so i don't have a ton of it at the time one of the things that dj -ing does is. You don't have to come up with Your own crappy cover version of a song in order to to play stuff that people have heard of before you can just play the song that people have heard before and i kind of like that. It's a little liberating. I can spend my time working on my music. Or if i really wanna make version of somebody else's song than i do a remix or a cover when i want to but as a performer. It means that. I can just queue up the song that that i know people want to hear and then i get to pick what i layer on top of that To to move on the next song. And if it's an original great if it's somebody else's song great you know like it's it's it's an entirely different form of artistry. That's i didn't take all that seriously until i tried doing. And i realized just how much you can bring to the table as a dj even though it may not even be your tunes. You're playing What is your crystal ball like for the future. Because as i mentioned things have changed so much drastically in the music business. And i kinda mentioned this My belief that terrestrial radio is kind of a on. Its dying legs yoga with seeing so many and i think even light radio might be on. Its on its last legs here because people aren't going to pay a fee for something they can get streaming on a device anyway Without paying that the so. I'm not sure where any of this is going. Do you have any kind of insight the future especially as it pertains to edm. Absolutely oh andrew connex chatroom here brings up a good point for the last bit to not all. Dj's their producers not all celebrity deejays make their own music either. Some of them are famous. Just for how. They make a collage out of this audio right. Anyway.

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"That raves Until until a venue owners to acc dance music seriously as genre. That was the only venue. Now it's more like the raves. Are where our for for people who don't want to get a liquor license. Its way to skirt legality. And it's also kind of a thing. Like why should i pay some promoter or pay some exorbitant fee to a club when i could just like rent a warehouse and throw a party right a and as long as we keep it on the down low. Then we don't have to. We won't show up on the liquor control. Boards radar But obviously since the nineties. And i went to some raves when i was in college Back in the ninety s Obviously since then a lot of clubs have realized wait a minute. I don't have to deal with eight people taking an hour to set up and Doing sound checks all this equipment and taking up this huge space or in a lot of the clubs. I played in this teeny tiny space to house an entire band when i could literally just have a booth some turntables and a huge speaker system and that will move alcohol. Yeah so this this has been the thing you know musicians feared. Nah i'm gonna In dating myself back in the seventies plane in wedding bands. Everybody was afraid that. Dj's were going to put all musicians out of work forever because it was so much so much simpler to have one guy in a boost and all that stuff and if the feel and musicians you know turned on dj. Basically they started hating. 'em thinking they were a threat to to people make always kind of there with you and so but it never really happened. I mean it did happen to an extent for a while where they were getting more of the wedding work and all that kind of stuff but they never really put musicians out of work in fact we saw kind of dj being added to groups and stuff and being harder of musicians. I think a lot of that trending is that fear of something new is going to put us out of. Work is been part of the equation for a very long time..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"But that's that's about it during the shows some okay so one of the things one of the things that has like a obviously you're streaming right now we're streaming right now one of the things that's transformed the way that we've that the performers can reach our audience is through live streaming but especially with the pandemic which thank god. There's a light at the end of that tunnel now with the pandemic of watched so many deejays and performers just stare at the screen as though they're on stage and they're missing the whole point of live streaming. You can interact in real time with individuals not just like you know. Call put your hands in the air and watch their hands in the air. Emily you can actually talk to like j. collie seven nineteen news in the youtube. Chat right now like that. That kind of stuff. They collie so one of the things that they do during my shows and i've been live streaming since two thousand seven One of the things that they do during my shows. is If they you know throw enough money at me. Basically like twitch has Bits which are basically a little casino chips basically pennies if they throw enough at me or if they subscribe to me. It kicks off. What's called a hype train. Which means a bunch of people are throwing stuff at me in enough rapid succession. That all right. Let's see how far we can push this. And as it builds. I take a shot at the beginning and then a shot if we make it to level five. Wow thankfully this can only happen. Once per hour and two shots is not enough to make me suck right self metering. So have you have. You hooked up with sponsors for these shots. Oh i wish. I'd be nice. Let me work with the man. That's that's i mean it. Sounds like a brilliant Way to monetize shift from cosco. Because that's where i'm getting all my booze anyway. Yeah but i think if you got whatever you drinking behind it and said the brand name a little bit and got some major payment for that. It seemed like a good way to monetize what you're doing now. it. It seems to me. At least from what. I can tell by a website that you're highly successful doing this. I'm seeing wide shows now. I i have a minute video. Can we show that to let some people. I know your people know but the people who listen and watch this thing Enough that it would help. It's just a one minute video that got off your website that would show. I think it's the very first one. It's like Promo video can we show that quickly. Sheriff just make sure it's a good one good thing what animals on all.

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Like fighters is very guitar driven guitar and vocal driven rushes very bass driven. You know maybe bass drums like you know it really depends on what it is that speaks to you and what it is that speaks to the producer. It's not it's very difficult to pigeonhole spurt reference. I know yeah well. We can't to pretty know very good I think a lot of people especially people like me and there are people mostly guys my age musicians my age Really close minded to the stuff. I mean They you know there's no good music today. The only good music was you know we all turned into our fathers and grandfathers and and we we cite this stuff. That did it today. There's no music today New music on my parents. Just don't get it. I don't know what you do. What a lot of people like me. Don't understand or having understood until you just kind of said it that there are like sub genres within electronic dance music. And so yeah. We kind of lump it altogether right well and you to a certain extent. You kind of have to one thing. That i've discovered a especially talking to people who are well steeped in this like this is what they were listening to when they were little and they grew up entirely on it Trying to suss out. What the difference between some of the genre's arc is names. That confuse the hell out of me and i've asked people like okay. So you're into this. What makes this a moon on. What makes this future base. You know i'm these are real genres. The i've heard i've heard of them. I just don't. I don't i don't even have the balls to question i. Maybe i'll sound like too too much of a goofy mold. Man if i ask so. I don't wanna ask but i want to ask you now that you issue as issue gays in this mix anywhere. I don't think there's a shoe gaze jonah in dance music was Most of the time the dj is just staring down at the platters. Anyway so it gets all shoe gazing unless you're doing what. i'm doing. An adding live vocals and live keytar on top of it. Well i i started trying to electric dance music in nineteen ninety two and it would have been time. It was real. It was really bad though. I mean even then. I was your age. I guess i was a early forties or whatever and And basically it sucked by the tools we had. I'm not a piano player guitar player. Who played some keyboards but not a pianist. You know not with all that You know an index is I mean you know Whatever but You know the music kind of suck there but we had a rock club that was dying because at the time in you mentioned von and but at that time a lot of the rock clubs big clubs where i live anywhere would die until we had kids come in and attack night and dance music night. It was heavily driven by xy us. Is that still okay. I mean drug use a is it. I've never touched ecstasy myself But i like it is. It is definitely still a thing. there is There are entire genres of dance. Music geared towards specific psychedelics. As well i mean like there's that you can you can party however new want to party with your body but that you know it's not really my bag like i'm like i said i just heard forty two so right. Yeah a lot..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Sound seems to be what drives everything. There's a little bit of personality. There's a little bit of of marketing and gimmicky bullshit. But the the i. It's one of the purest Parts of the music industry. I've encountered since side decided to go into this rotten career I want to stop you there. So you're saying the sound Is it melody driven or is it based on drums driven. Because it would seem to me logically that it's all based in drunk you know it's about the the beat and the bass in the rhythm rather than the the melody and so give me a perspective on that because when you say it's the sound i i i don't see how melody would necessarily inspire dance but again i i admit i'm an old dude and don't know much about this. Well there's One of the things that drew me to it is The fact that it is part Energy let's say and also part beauty and you can have one or the other but the really memorable tunes are blend of both so at and this is this is something that's true across the music industry If it's memorable it will be remembered favourably. You know if if it sticks in your head then it will. You'll like it more. Just part of human psychology. You know the they call it a hook and all that for a reason Dance music is no different One of the the acts that actually inspired me to make this jump in the first place is a trance act. A trio called above. And beyond. And the reason that i was drawn to that i'd always written off dance music as just generic thumping noises and repetitive beeps and boobs. And there are john ras that are indeed like that. But what what. These guys were doing It had lyrics. It had it had an arc to to each song. It had melody It was beautiful but it was still punchy. An in your face when it needed to be and soft and soothing when it needed to be and like i i had never really encountered that level of artistry in what was what i what i had written off as simple techno music so to the very long way. I'm gonna walk like a mile around the question before answered if that's that's fine. That's yeah that works for for for this format very well people in the youtube chat right now. Watch my usual shows. And they're outright kind of laughing at me But And yes indra connex. You are a people and origami. You are people as well so to answer your question. It really depends on the genre like the the stuff that i like the stuff that i like to produce and stuff that i like to play as a dj Tends to be melodic. It tends to be very melodic driven. Because that's that's what i grew up with. You know i played you know singer-songwriter rock music that kind of stuff it's very melodic but there are john rose. That are almost entirely about like the rhythm. Some some genres are entirely about just sound design. Like what we're screechy. Whiny can we feature in the next song like an peop- some people are super into that kind of thing. Like it really. It definitely depends on the genre like would you say like you know..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"What you're i get that You in in my view. You're living the dream. And i don't know whether you would say you live in. I'm not quite the dream for me as a kid was like opening for joel and elton john. You know like you know a. I was a kid in the eighties and nineties. So even that was sort of like an old manish thing they were. They were legacy acts by then at that point you know. Yeah but I still haven't quite gotten to the point. Where i'm you know touring the world and have where i have. People i want. People can have people. I don't know what you get people anymore. And they're a much my mother through my entire careers. Like you should just go like hire a booking agent. That's not how it works. Mom you you don't just go out and like shop for one. No i think you have to be taylor swift or katy perry to have people you know you have to be kanye. West might have people but they must they find him really hard to work with but Do you know the whole idea of record the music business. I you know we still use the term record. Companies there are no record companies. there are no real world you say that but vinyl is making a comeback man. Actually cassettes are making a comeback. Why cassettes i didn't know about that. I knew about vinyl. But i don't i still don't call them record. Companies in like capitol records would sign and be really risking and taking adventures on and chances on new artists in Seeing what sticks and putting it out there and now it's a a manufacturing company and it's there are no way you say there is your vinyls come back but the majority of it is spotify and streaming services that wanna really take advantage of People who are creating the music give them nothing while You know just all spoke. I'll give you exposure and then point. Oh one two five six of a stream or whatever. Well i mean this is. This is why you know i mean you. You mentioned you have a patron Thing set up like this is this is why a lot of artists Especially of my stature are turning to things like patriot on where they are more in control of the distribution and whatnot. The like one of the things that surprised me like i. I didn't i didn't make this this Transition from Just on stage behind piano to part man part bird. Part robot. Behind dj decks slowing. A keytar I didn't just make that transition. A jump from like i said piano rock to dance music and the entire business was a completely different world record labels th the rebels that that people who are into dance music have heard of like beats and monster cat and stuff like that they are like they are are openly taking demos you. Can you find me a rock and roll record label like one of the big labels that just has send your demos here and like an email address like that never happened..

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"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"There are twenty seven different table games such as blackjack and roulette and almost three hundred slot seventy seven of which three d you can even play live table games and poker and you can bet on Dj becoming part bird and part robot and the odds of that in vegas today are looks like three to one. Lead one may go So events that's a big story tonight link is in the description Mybookie dot com. I do appreciate you patronizing out sponsors onto the big program going to mention our patriot. Pays which we're all be also be like doing the description My guest tonight As i mentioned what else can. I say he's All dj to begin with got a great radio voice by law. He sounds like sounds like he would be Much better at me at doing better than me at doing this kind of a broadcasting era also sounds like you make a great. Fm radio dj. Although fm radio might not be around that long You know with all the changes in in radio in a digital radio and all that kind of stuff who knows where where traditional terrestrial radio is going but anyway this guy is a dj An entertainer and also a birdie bit row body And a bit manny. That's all. I can really let him describe it to you. Ladies and gentlemen up please open your ears. Open your minds certainly and helped me welcome in matthew able also known as avian invasion matthew. Welcome thank you very much for that. that intro. You've played me up way too much by the way. I'm really not that complicated or other. Great man i i. I am digging the voice. So i told my wife about this stuff. And she said it's because and she asked if it was serious about that bird part because it knowing me and knowing type of people. I've had on the show before it's quite possible that somebody would have on would actually believe they are A hybrid human and bird. That's not your belief Will it has yet to be proven. Disproven so will remain agnostic on that one explain. Explain to The listeners what it's all about. Well it's it's a story of rebirth really For the longest time. I was just a piano rocker. I earned my living banging on keys in everything from sports bars to the grand. Opry in nashville to you know clubs around the boston area. That kind of thing but Once upon a time. I started to slip into that that malays that artists sort of get into its at a certain point in their lives where it just like. Whatever they're doing ain't working anymore. You know like like about about the time where you to try to. New formula didn't work out so well for them but they've managed to come back around again if that makes sense. Yeah so i needed a personal rebirth. Because i was sinking into a depression. That was very difficult for me to see a light at the end of the tunnel. I'm not talking about stage. Lights are the key light. That's blinding my right eye here. it's The people that are listening to this have no idea what the only people that are watching this on video. Have any idea what. I'm talking about here but i needed her. I needed a rebirth. And i needed a complete reinvention and a big part of my life has always been birds. I mean i don't own any birds..

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New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

Kottke Ride Home

01:45 min | 1 year ago

New Study Shows Ancient Primates May Have Lived Alongside Dinosaurs

"Did a primates the precursor to all modern primates including humans live alongside dinosaurs. The theory has been batted around over the years but a new study published this year and the journal royal society opens science provides further evidence that that may have been the case. The study is based on new analysis of fossil teeth from the collection of the university of california museum of paleontology in berkeley. Those teeth were just laying undisturbed and uncategorized in her drawer. Ziam until then grad student. Gregory wilson mental. A happened upon them in two thousand three. The teeth are credited with originally having been found by the late. William clemens prolific fossil hunter an expert on the mammals of the mesozoic era who spent most of his time working in the hell creek formation in montana and who unfortunately passed away from cancer in november and the badlands of montana. As you may know from duress park is one of the best places to find evidence about the last dinosaurs and their extinction. Hell creek formation specifically quoting national geographic is critical to understanding what killed off non. Avian dinosaurs and how life evolved afterwards. It's rocks preserve a timeline of life on earth stretching from two million years before the mass extinction to about a million years after one of the few places in the world where fossils can be found on both sides of that boundary and quotes a skeptical that it was the asteroid alone and not other at the time ongoing factors that led to the dinosaurs extinction. Clemens focused on studying other animals that lived alongside the dinosaurs and potentially lived through the extinction. Events other animals potentially including ancient primates.

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Creating a Chickenless-Egg With Clara Foods' Arturo Elizondo

Smart Kitchen Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Creating a Chickenless-Egg With Clara Foods' Arturo Elizondo

"The idea was always on eggs. That sounds like in. So what was the year mind. How you conceived of it. Was it something where you actually create eggs to the point where people can make a like a restaurant style egg sandwiches or was emerges as a b. two b. ingredient to kind of provide some Like outing as red processors make bread. What was idea we wanted to create so the number one of dr for us was how do we we ultimately one to clara exist you to enable the shutdown of last factory farm on earth. We want to accelerate the transition animal free protein. And so how do we do that as quickly as possible. And with the large scale possible and for us the eg was this product that was both very simple and incredibly complex. Simple in that. There are no cells in eggs. It's literally accommodation proteins. Fats and water and so from a molecular point. It was relatively simple. What most people don't realize the complexity of the egg wise in its proteins were all the binding gelling foaming aeration all those properties that make an egg so dispensable a fun fact that on your the the all all the fold a master chefs had. There's one hundred of them. And that's supposed to represent the one hundred different ways to connect with lloyd's and so we went after the egg. Mark the asked because we knew that we saw the we could have sold in pops the grocery store it makes it very difficult for anyone wanting to say eat a diet that eg free is very difficult because ingredient in almost half of ochsner grocery store and so we knew that this is a way to make massive impacts and two is. There was a massive opportunity here because so many companies rely on even when prices doubled or tripled with avian flu salmonella. All of the reasons. Why companies don't wanna use eggs. There's still a massive demand for that and so we knew that it was very sticky product. That was very hard to replace and it was hard to replace because it had properties of nothing else did and those properties came directly from the proteins themselves in so we decided to build out of technology platform. I focusing exclusively on making animal making animal proteins starting with with with egg proteins. And so. let's let's kinda give a quick five year history of the development of the product right so came out of any bio in two thousand fifteen. You got an investment. And i know that in two thousand nine you got bigger a pretty big investment. You partnered up with an on. Which are we'd investor. So and i think you release your very first product in two thousand twenty. So i kinda high level but kind of talk about that pollution towards the first product you want. So we've been. We've been very very i think for i think in terms of the companies that space. We've really kept a very low profile. Had down really another day. We knew that the only way to have a massive impact on the food system is to make accessible to everyone everyone in the world. Not just for the for the san francisco where i live or the new yorkers but really that we can make it that that this product that that people all the special in developing countries have access to and so we knew that we had to crack the code and pushes acknowledged to its limits so although been skilled before pushing biology in terms of how efficiently can we get yeast and microbes to produce. Real animal. protein was very difficult technology. Technological

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"avian" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"avian" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Forward. Just 60 bucks, You know, maybe next week. What about our best when I don't have time to grab Rommel, Soy Santo Santo oficinas Orlando Let whoever exit doors knowing they saved from passing car. But your mom Scruples. Sickest Avian Island. Understood Quarter, man. Just just get him. Listen, my man young together. I'm going with.

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Bumping Elbows (MM #3597)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Bumping Elbows (MM #3597)

"The with kevin mason when we were told to start social distancing back last march for covid nineteen. One thing they said was to stop shaking hands. Keeping physical distance from people was important. Where a mask you know all this stuff but what started at that point was people wondering how to socially greet somebody in a setting where they're wearing masks to acknowledge them and that's where the elbow bump came up. You couldn't handshake anymore. You couldn't fist-bump so the next best thing was actually the elbow bump. But what i found out was this wasn't new. The elbow bump has been around since the nineteen eighties but it actually became very popular during the avian. Flu outbreak of two thousand six. The swine flu pandemic in two thousand nine and throughout different with seasonal flu epidemics and like twenty twelve twenty thirteen so the elbow bump has been around for quite a while. But what i don't know is what's the protocol what's the etiquette. I can't find anything online. That tells me if it's okay to elbow bump with the left or with the right or what. We should do or how we should do it. The elbow bump is here for at least a while my question. How do we do it correctly.

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Evofem To Launch On-Demand Contraceptive

Breaking Biotech

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Evofem To Launch On-Demand Contraceptive

"Today we're GonNa talk about a company that is trying to commercialize a female contraceptive and the company's called Yvo FEM and their product is called sexy and it's going to be launched actually in the next few days. So I wanNA talk about them as the main story, and then we're going to start with some updates from Gilead O'Donnell as well as bio Merrin and actually we got some news from Amarin today that I'm GonNa touch on just very very briefly because I haven't. Totally incorporated it into my portfolio yet, but we did see some dramatic news from them. So with that, let's get going and the first thing I want to talk about is the Gilead, news that we heard and what we found out is that they were issued a complete response letter for the approval of Phil God's Nib, which was their treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. So, this is a bit of a surprise I would say and Phil God was going to be something that replaces revenue streams that are slowly starting to fall off a patent for Gilliat and they're gonNA start to feel that in the form of loss of revenue and forgotten it was kind of shoe into get approved by the FDA issued them this complete response letter saying that they will not approve the drug unless certain conditions are met and usually when companies receive Sierra L. either it's unconditional in the sense that they don't have any recourse or it has conditions on it and hear what we. Found out that the FDA wanted more data from their face, three Manta and Manta Ray studies before completing its reviewed, the NBA and they're specifically concerned about issues in male sex organs. So Gilead is going to have to provide this data, the FDA before they will approve it, and it looks like from what I looked very briefly on the clinical trials dot Gov site is that the primary completion date isn't until early twenty, twenty one where they final completion date of twenty, twenty four. Now Juliette is pre savvy. So I feel like they'll be able to eventually overcome these hurdles once they provide some data. So I. don't see it being long long-term hindrance of the company, but we've seen the stock get hammered pretty hard since the glory days of remedy severe and in general has been kind of slow to adopt new therapies to their pipeline in order to maintain that growth that people expect. So hopefully, with the approval of Fil gone, they'll be able to replace those drugs that are falling off of patent and be able to maintain their value that way. But personally no position for me from Gilead but I thought it was interesting to point this APP. Nasr Company. I WanNa talk about is by Merrin, and they are trading at a fourteen billion dollar market cap now, and they were also issued a complete response letter for Rock Avian and this was their hemophilia, a gene therapy and I've touched on Hemophilia A and. A number of different videos but I haven't touched the topic in a while. I did notice the CRO though and it's interesting because the conditions that the FDA wanted in order to approve the drug was evidence from two years of data for its ongoing phase three trial to support the durability of the gene therapy. So this is obviously kind of rough for the company because the bar is rarely set this high for other companies that two year window of therapy is going to be maintained. This has me questioning the gene therapy space as a whole that you know other companies that have invested in say route Jenex bio if they're going to have to show two years of data to show that it is a Gerbil effect, this obviously plays into the models and delays the time at which it's GonNa take for them to get revenue. So kind of. makes. Me Nervous about the gene therapy space but you know different diseases seem to have different thresholds for what the FDA wants and it's tough to predict. So thought it was worth bringing up and just for those who are actually following by man, their last phase three patient will complete two years of follow up in November twenty, twenty, one, serve you're expecting revenue from this drug. Now you're GonNa have to wait until twenty, twenty two proudly see any revenue. So that's a disappointment even though the drug does help us significant number of patients. All right. Moving on I WANNA touch on otani therapeutics ticker symbol od T, and they're trading now at around five hundred, seventy, four, million dollar market cap for those that don't remember I, touched on this a while ago they were short candidate that I had once I seemed like they had a run up in the stock for no obvious reason, and then I sold it off in anticipation of run up to this event that we just saw news to, and they're commercializing a tax seen that is given orally. So right now has to be given IV in a lot of complications surrounding that a lot of hurdles that patients he'd go through to get this. Treatment and it's Kinda tedious. So if he can come up with an oral version, it would be much better for patients and that's what Oh Donald Trump do here. So what we heard is that their face three contessa trial achieved primary endpoint and what they were looking at is test attacks will their drug plus bean compared to just capital being alone, and the results showed that the progression free survival was significantly better in the tax will plus Kapustin group rather than just cap aside to being alone nine point eight months versus six point nine months with a hazard ratio of zero point seven to just pretty good and value point zero, zero three.

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'RuPaul's Drag Race' alum Chi Chi DeVayne dies at age 34

Jason and Alexis

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

'RuPaul's Drag Race' alum Chi Chi DeVayne dies at age 34

"RuPaul's drag race stars Avian Davenport, better known by her stage name Cici Devein has died at age 34. Cici, who appeared on season eight of RuPaul's drag race, as well as the shows All Stars spin off, lost her battle with pneumonia. After entering the hospital last week. Two years ago, Chitti Devein revealed that she was diagnosed with scleroderma. That's a condition that attacks Internal organs

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Putin Says Russia Has Approved 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine. but Questions Over Its Safety Remain

Squawk Pod

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Putin Says Russia Has Approved 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine. but Questions Over Its Safety Remain

"Breaking overnight Russian president. Vladimir Putin said that the first Russian produce vaccine for COVID. Nineteen has received regulatory approval from the country's Health Ministry the vaccine was developed by Moscow's Galilea Institute. Putin. said. It forms stable immunity and passes all necessary safety checks putting also said, one of his daughters has actually received that vaccine Brian this news about Putin and this potential vaccine is huge but I think we do need to take it with a grain of salt. Well, trying to make sense of it, Becky, good, morning Wolf Becky as well. I mean trying to make sense of it. You have what you think are the markets sort of key points, right? Trillions of dollars in stimulus potential payroll tax cuts, all the market themes that we've all been talking about on CNBC all day long powering the markets higher seven days in a row you wake up at whatever four o'clock in the morning and Russia says, Oh, by the way, we have a working vaccine it's been approved by our own institute and I gave it to my daughter says Vladimir Putin so it is a huge developing story and I think. Guys it really whether or not you believe it or not, and there's GonNa be a lot of scientists that want to see the data. What is this vaccine? What is it based on? How many doses are available? How much does it cost as the world get it either way the market did move a little. We were up before the headlines crossed, but it did move a little on this news and I think Becky it does call into question. What happens on the day and whether that day is today or not the day the world gets a working vaccine. What happens? What do we do? Do we know? I, guess drink some vodka do we go out and street down the street I have no idea you know I might look here. Here's what I. Here's how I kind of look at this news just from what we've been hearing in the last several months from experts. There is a huge debate here in the United States taking place about whether these potential vaccine candidates should be fast-tracked even more and brought directly to the public before it. Goes through the extensive as one face to face three testing the phase three testing that you would normally see it's very high bar. They want to make sure that that not only is it safe for people to take. But also that there is efficacy remember last week we heard from the Dr Anthony. FAUCI that there's a a real risk that you are not going to see something that has ninety percent or north in terms of its effectiveness. The FDA is now looking at fifty percent as the floor. If they can get fifty percent effectiveness, they would think that that is great. Sixty, seventy, five percent even better. But you probably not talking about a vaccine where you have ninety three percent effectiveness with the measles shot. My guess is that the Russians have taken a candidate and fast forward it without doing a lot of those types of extensive studies that you're going to see on candidates vaccine candidates here in the united. States and there's a big debate about that. There are people here in the United States are pushing for us to do the very same thing but if you talk to. Some of the more cautious experts, some of the people who look at this they say, no, we do this for a reason it would be disastrous if you approved vaccine and then it turned out it either wasn't safe or that it didn't work very well but people would lose faith in vaccination programs. It's difficult enough to get people to accept vaccinations and do this, and there are more people here and the United States who are anti factors at this point who are raising questions about whether they'd even take it but there's a real reason that you go through these extensive steps and try to make these things positive now again. Totally, a guess, but I don't know how they would have had time to do all the testing that that we are making sure everyone of the vaccination candidates here in the United States has gone through and that's just the safety question Becky I mean look at the day we've got so far from all of the US in European trials. If you could put safety aside has any of them showed yet enough effectiveness in treating this forest enough antibodies antigens or whatever it is they're trying to create. I'm not sure where even quite there yet. Anyway on some of the data points and to that point whether it's a safety concern or. Effectiveness concerned with the Russian vaccine I doubt will get the daytime. You put the news on twitter whatever you WANNA call it and there's a group of people that just don't want to believe anything. They don't want any good news is that people are just bad I don't know why that is like Oh, well, it's not real or it's Russia must be faked maybe it is fake who knows there's a lot of candidates out there not just on the vaccine side but on the antibody side, the treatment cyber general and other things we could have real candidates by September by the way September is next month. Let me give you a few reasons to be optimistic. The are one the reproduction rate has held fairly steady. There are community spreads parts of America, but overall fairly steady. The question I've got is this we're starting to get some indications that Americans maybe closer to so-called hurt immunity than we think because t cell reproduction rates have seen higher in some communities ironically corona queens a few weeks ago or a month ago they found twenty five percent of the population had developed t-cells or anybody's and twenty five percent was not ill indicating that perhaps there is a greater capacity for amazing bodies to generate these t cells and these antibodies than we think in other. Words guys. There's a lot of terrible news out there and a lot of families are suffering but the market I think have looked at the fact that we had nine, hundred, sixty, eight, sixty, million people got avian flu, the Hong Kong flu and Nineteen Sixty eight off and fifty thousand or so Americans ended up dying from that about two hundred thousand in today's numbers no vaccine was ever created for that. You can debate whether or not. We have a vaccine it's still exist in some form. The point is I think the market is at least looked out a year and said life will hopefully be. Much, different and maybe much more normal than it is right now

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"avian" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"avian" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Go actually go get a vaccination which will run to the CBS show not yet but this could possibly be worse than African killer bees avian flu small pox meningitis and everything else bound up in one just one this is my real by you gonna stay right here said two right here we got a mock up of the plane that went down over Malaysia and we think that it might have been because coronavirus hall never gone now or units now we're gonna very scared in a Chinese people always have those mass of their face you want a healthy we're all have to do that are all gonna have to look like surgeons going into the into the hospital but on Sunday in a nation of one point four five billion people three hundred people have it yeah like that's one in a Brazilian people give me why not be scared the risk I'm scared I'm going to go buy some Johnson Johnson products to wipe everything down I'm going to vacuum my house and I'm going to stay in and not take any vacations I was gonna watch TV most watched TV all day all day long yeah stay vigilant you'll stay vigilant okay everybody that's always the because it's always member you can't just scare the people you got to give him some helpful advice what I do I'm scared I was shot in in Omaha and there's a couple of hours in well you're gonna have to stay vigilant okay use common sense stay vigilant be smart okay the pharmacist thank one ounce smart growth of our will I'm gonna stay tuned to the commercial break and obviously would you tell me Dr Sanjay Gupta about this disease you don't know anything about because I'm still worried about the other what about the little and the bird flu and swine flu I don't even if I did no more mayonnaise now highly unit no I was not at all I don't know we have Turkey at thanksgiving when we get the bird flu so you want to remember now listen for what what we know right now couple of things you can do already to to to really protect yourself against cross bars make sure to wash your hands not obsessively not obsessively because I don't require psychiatric help so how much okay Sunday how much hand washing is normal once per.

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"avian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"avian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us for a crash course in avian appreciation all that and the discovery of a mini shark that glows in the dark after this live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs house speaker Nancy Pelosi today again defended her handling of the impeachment debate on Capitol Hill dismissing criticism from within in her own caucus the cheese stalling to avoid taking up the dimmest of it issue ahead of the twenty twenty election we will proceed one we have what we need to proceed not one day sooner and everybody has the liberty and the luxury to espouse the only position and to criticize me for trying to go down the path in the most determined positive way hello see also says calls from some Democrats to start impeachment proceedings now are not a problem for her the speaker says their advocacy gives her leverage in that she has no complaints with what they're doing Iran is tested a medium range ballistic missile that traveled nearly the entire length of the middle eastern nation and here's what my re says this comes at a time of already high tension in the region the missile known as the Shahab three was launched from the southern coast of Iran US officials as it flew nearly seven hundred miles to the country's north remaining over Iranian territory the entire time the Shahab three has been in the country's arsenal for many years and therefore the test was viewed by analysts largely as a political statement the US has pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal and impose tough oil sanctions in recent weeks each side has said it shot down a drone belonging to the other in the waters off for Ron the United Nations has urged Iran not to test ballistic missiles but such tests are not prohibited Greg my reef NPR news Washington some relatives of murder victims are applauding the justice department for announcing it will resume the execution of prisoners on federal death row in the United States and here's Martin Costa reports the move ends of sixteen year moratorium twenty one years ago Holly page lost her stepsister who is kidnapped and murdered by an older man he got the death sentence but it wasn't carried out because of a defect a moratorium on federal executions now the trump administration is bringing executions back and page has welcomed the news that her stepsisters killer is scheduled to die in December oxygen typically I don't hold grudges are anything but when it comes to this situation I just don't want you to read it now civil rights groups have criticized the return of federal capital punishment which they say can be prone to racial disparities and prosecutorial misconduct Martin Costi NPR news the US economy is growth slowed in the last quarter the commerce department says the GDP grew at an annual rate of two point one percent that's down from three point one percent growth in the first quarter consumer spending is strong up four point three percent after a lackluster one point one percent annual gain in the first quarter posters trading higher this hour the Dow is up ten points the nasdaq is up eighty seven points the S. and P. five hundred is up nineteen you're listening to NPR news from Washington from KQED news in San Francisco I'm Brian what more than sixty San Francisco non profits in corporations including Google and Airbnb are backing a campaign to fine fund over a fine over a thousand homeless people a place to live in the city KQ Edie's Kate wolf reports the new campaign called all in launched with the goal of securing eleven hundred units of existing housing across the city for homeless San Francisco residents and families within two years the program is an expansion of the moving on initiative which is housed over two hundred people across San Francisco in the past two years Daniel Larry is the CEO of tipping point the nonprofit behind the campaign there are units out there there are vacant units in buildings throughout San Francisco we need to talk to every landlord if you have a unit available make it available for those that have housing vouchers.

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"avian" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"avian" Discussed on EconTalk

"In terms of the research that we that we have there's been some good research now challenges that we don't have great data on in the United States. We don't if you think about our big surveys like the census, we don't have a question on that about whether you have a criminal record. Right. And so it's really hard actually to to get the data that you need to be able to study these questions to link to look at the population that has a criminal record or is incarcerated link that data with what their educational outcomes are with their employment outcomes are down the road, if they get married if they have kids with the kids are doing this is all all the stuff that researchers are currently working to link those kind of of the United States in Scandinavian countries that happens a lot more often. So a lot of our best evidence comes from that context. But is probably not it's unclear how how relevant this avian experience prisoners to the US. So I think in the US like you might Mueller Smith at Michigan has a nice paper showing that for people who are. On the margin of incarceration. So if you get random grandma assigned to one courtroom, you have a judge who's really harsh. If you're signed to another courtroom Eva judge who's really lenient that's essentially equivalent to being randomized to incarceration or not. And so if you are unlucky and the harsh judge, you're more likely to be sentenced and for people in that situation who are really on the margin of being incarcerated, whereas really comes down to which judge you saw incarceration harms their outcomes, so employment decreases, his a look at a bunch of different effects on social services, and so on so in general really does seem seems like on the margin United States, the punch line here is that we're incarcerating too many people, right? That's the we could we could scale it back a little bit. That said we've got other evidence on kind of similar effects for juveniles as enjoy will have a paper showing again detrimental effects for juvenile Carson. But there was a more recent paper that look. That Don Carson, Lou Louisiana and found that actually the marginal kids who were sentenced incarcerated are better off than the kids who aren't and so it really does come down to the context what the programs are in the prison. What the outside options are what's the alternative for the kids who wouldn't who or adults who who aren't incarcerated anymore? And I think we're just beginning to have kind of enough studies on this. That are really good Adelphi. Ing this causal effect to be able to start thinking about how much the estimates differ across different context. And starting to think about what can explain that. Do you have any sauce on this issue of year in prison, obviously, certain prisons of different characteristics? We did an episode with David scar back that I found very thought provoking on the norms that emerge within prisons for treat each other. But along the way in that book he highlighted how? Street crime culture extends into the prison, and then back out again that you know, we have a certain I think the average non-criminal which I think is may have never been in prison has a weird and unrepresentative view of prison life that comes from TV and movies. Mostly we're whelming from those two. And of course, some of them may be accurate. I su- most of them are not. But you think there's a lot of variety in what a year in prison means depending on what prisoner in forget. The judge in the length of sentence. Three your sentence of one place must be different than three or sentenced somewhere else. Yes. Absolutely. I think especially a lot of programming wines at being tied to in local community services is and people come in, and volunteer and deterring and held yoga classes, and all that kind of stuff, and that's going to really depend on the local environment, certainly is criminal Justice policy in the United States is primarily state and local..

"avian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:17 min | 3 years ago

"avian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah. List? You're also seeing a big change in the way automobiles powered not just in terms of electric vehicles. But the lack of diesel sales has really changed the landscape in Europe. Let me set up General Motors five point five percent. Now, make it thirty six point six zero of good news interview Ford, and that comes after off a huge challenges seen in global auto yesterday at the new York Stock Exchange, Mary Barra and she is with our David Westin. On Bloomberg television and radio we now, welcome Mary Barra. She is the chairman the CEO and president of General Motors. Welcome to Bloomberg. Mary see. So we've just heard the news about General Motors. Both respect the nineteen twenty eighteen and twenty one thousand nine I think surprising that side what happened. I think this is a result of what we've been working on since the twenty fifteen timeframe really working to transform the business both the core business and also the investments were making in the EV avian connectivity. And it was coming to coming to where Grisha we still have more work to do. That's why I made the difficult Ansel last up at the end of last year, but we are focused on his transformation. Make sure General Motors is strong and really demonstrating that even in a cyclical business. We can continue continue to deliver results. It's cyclical all sorts requiring a lot of investment right now. She goes to transformations electric vehicles to also Thomas vehicles. I will you be able to maintain the situation where you can get the money you need to invest by saving money. Elsewhere because your earnings per share are up actually despite all the investment. We'll absolutely. And we are investing in one of the things that we did in this transformation is were remixing our global products. We've indicated that over the next few years, we will double the amount of better spend an evening av. But that's not attitude. That's transitioning. And we've actually found a lot of synergies in not only how we engineer, but also from capitol perspective, and we've made a lot of investments in crossovers full size trucks are global family of vehicles. And so that's gonna pay off. And that's investment that we can continue to leverage as we go forward. So that's what's allowing us over the near term to take the billion and a half out of our capital fat. So so talk about electric bills for a while. But as I understand you're going to have I think it's twenty mile no twenty three miles by twenty twenty is that no twenty two twenty miles by twenty twenty three got it. Right. Cadillac now, we know it's going to be your league, why Cadillac is our technology brand. And when we look at the technology in addition to that, we're going to put on this vehicle. It's appropriate that Cadillac is our is our lead brand. And then you know, will will fill out the portfolio that makes sense and be customer driven. But it also has a very important part of rebuilding Cadillac demonstrating the Cadillac is a true luxury brand up again delighting customers with technology, and the and the electric experience how does this fit with what you're doing and cruise because we've talked to Dan, and he said that by twenty thousand nineteen this year, you will have some commercialized versions of autonomous vehicle. How does that fit with for example, a Cadillac electric vehicle? Well, first of all, we believe that all ABC Altana, Mus vehicles should be electric vehicles. And so that's a leveraging of technology and the platform as well, we are working on the the rate of innovation that were demonstrating, and we just posted a really cool video yesterday said we haven't seen for crews in demonstrating how we continue. To learn new operations in the very dense urban environment of San Francisco, so we will be gated by safety. And I think we've demonstrated in the past that we will make decisions to make sure our vehicles are safe as we demonstrated with a super cruise. But based on that rhetoric rate of iterating we're going as fast as we can. And we believe that we can take the driver out and a right? Or a a constrained environment. And and demonstrate our electric vehicle capability. Besides announcing that Cadillacs gonna be your lead in Notre deals. You also have announced a new architecture, which would be for China, and Brazil, and Mexico's I understand it not the United States tells about why you're doing it. You look at really being customer driven the customers in those markets. They want on the latest technology, and they want a performance from safety from connectivity. And so we step back and often does markets are served by older architecture. So we looked at with the scale and a significant share. We have in China the strength that we have in South, America and other markets like Mexico. Let's do a dedicated new architecture where we can really deliver something special to the customer. And so are the feedback we've gotten again be sharing some of those vehicles today or an early blimps to those vehicles tickets can be very significant, and we start that roll out later this year in China, and that it will flow to South America, Mexico into over forty countries as I said this announcement is a bit of a surprise because it comes against a backdrop of some softness at least perceived in the automobile for marketplace. Are we competitors about cutting back we've had some announcements about some soft sales? How much of your? Projection in the twenty nineteen which is robust how much of that is the overall size of the market and where the market is. And how much is you taking market share and doing better, I think again in the key markets, whether you look at China, the United States have merica, we think we're very well positioned in the United States. We're going to have we we think the market will be in the low seven teams, we have the full year of our new light duty trucks. We have the the Cadillac x four. We have the Chevrolet blazer second half of the year. We're going to have our heavy duties, so we have an exceptionally strong case building on our cross supercenter full size trucks in North America. In china? We have twenty new or brand new or refresh models that will be rolling out this year. And we think the market will be about the same. There's I think positive news coming out of the trade talks. There's talk in China about a stimulus from adorable. Durable goods perspective. So we see an opportunity there. And then in South America. We're starting to see some recovery and South America's where we have a very strong Chevrolet franchise. So when you look at our key markets, we think we're well position. Not only with where we think the market's going to be. But also, the strength of our product portfolio. You trade way back in Q two second quarter. You had to take down some projections based on concerns about tariffs as I recall as you look into to twenty nineteen are your projections based on status quo on things getting better and things getting worse. What are you projecting to come up with which your forecast really looked at what we think in the current macro environment? And what we're saying? And what you know, what I'd say analysts are looking at from from a macro perspective. And then looking and lane on where General Motors says position, and that is all built into the guidance that we provided. So you've had quite a year. This is your day. If you go all the way back three or six days ago. There's been a lot this happened certainly with cruise with investments from SoftBank as well. As from Honda. You've met some management changes where you're from president GM moved him over to cruise brought up Mark Royce, also announced you said a very fundamental restructuring, which will be difficult to implement is that the strategy and from now on is it execution or is there. More to be done on the strategy. It's both we have to remain agile. Because some of them are the transformation that we're talking about with ABC and ABC. It's not like anyone knows exactly how that's going to play out. So we have to remain agile. We have to be quick we have to be lean. So we've got to do both who got to execute exceptionally. Well, but we have to stay agile to take a twists and turns that are going to happen in seize opportunities. So we'll just flex electric vehicles. We hear about it a lot look at how many people are acquiring these. It's not that high. It's not that high percentage. When is it coming on the when are we there yet? I believe the customers exceptionally rashes if you look at China, this will be because of some of the regulatory environment. You'll see I think it grow more quickly there. But one of the things we're focused on is. We can have a desirable profitable appropriate ranging from a range perspective. So we don't have ranging citing. We think we can start to creep. And man so for us. We're not only working on the electric vehicle technology itself in the learning all the learnings from bolt the Chevrolet volt Michelle gold, but we're also working on the infrastructure. We made an announcement that will allow us to have the largest charging infrastructure available to our customers. So it's if you continue to solve customer perceived or real pain points with EV, we think that's clearly going to allow me the growth occur. If you look at the industry overall. Would we be where we are today with electric vehicles? If tesla had never existed, the tesla surly spur this or was going to happen. Anyway. Know, I think when I look at ABC's we've been in since AB one and the Chevrolet volt and really driving because we knew that technology was important. So I think there's been many important players that have helped from electric vehicle, and I think there's even more coming now. So that's why we have to be what's the biggest risk to your predictions for two thousand nineteen if you look forward. What is the thing that worries you if anything can I set our guidance is based on kind of the look of of the current macroeconomic state, which is not it's not like it's a complete glass, you know, fall or glass completely empty but looking at that. So something dramatically changes if there's a very sudden shift, then we'll have to reevaluate. But I'm also confident on our in our team, and how we're able to she sees opportunity into really mitigate and offset some of the things we we expect in eighteen and what we've been able to demonstrate okay, Mary, Barra chairman CEO General Motors. Thank you so much for being here..

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"avian" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"avian" Discussed on Bodega Boys

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