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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Or and not necessarily linking how important it is to robin tank. That approach to really capacity build on the ground in. There was a an interesting outta cool. That came out last year along those lines around the time of because we're all living in a world where it's much harder to travel as much hot at you to your field work and we learning these lessons unfortunately repulsively to down the line when we could've mitigated that and really focused in on. Because it's not. I don't know whether it would necessarily We use your apollo moon landing example that people can get behind the idea of spice. Imagine a lot of context within deep sea signs which were can has a similar kind of out of sight out of mind. It's connective outage but it is. It is something that should be there. An intriguing to everyone and i think that You know a lot of that is is is about that he will get into max's and we have all those issues in patents that transcend across science is wild. You know in terms of the legacy of who ends off engaging in this type of research in these patients. And i think it's a very important parallel issue to tackle at the equity behind. Who's involved in the process absolutely. Yeah i mean. The problem isn't with space. The problem isn't with with what's going on in the deep ocean. Promise who has access to this information and who has access to And not just access who's power to be involved and like you said who has a seat at the table and it's not just about as you mentioned saying well. Here's a seat. Come take it. It's about saying oh. You've historically been disenfranchised. Youth historically been put in a position where you can't make it to the seat we can't just now open up the seed. Say why aren't you sitting down. We have to make sure that all of those barriers go away..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"But also somebody who Sir dialed into music culture in our country historical museum culture and also very specifically african american music culture and he recently put out a documentary called summer soul and long story short. It's it's it's the stock mentally Based on a a soul festival that was put on in harlem in nineteen sixty nine so if we think about the climate of the united states in nineteen sixty nine. It was a year after we lost. Mlk it was recently. We also lost bobby previous to that. We had lost Sorry bobby kennedy previous to that. We had lost malcolm x. And and not want before that was jfk and there was real turmoil. There was a real social. Inequity is kind of like you know p civil rights and and you know expression of joy and expression of love but also have community and frustration and and protests at this beautiful soul festival that featured all the greats of the time last night in the hips and and stevie wonder all these incredible musicians and there was a reporter on the ground because at the exact same time that the soul festival was going on the apollo program happened. And you know we landed on the moon and this reporter went around town to these harlem Many of whom lived in harlem. Some of them came in right from surrounding areas but these harlem residents at the soul festival recycling landed on the moon. What are you have to say about that and their responses it in a way it really shows my privilege and my my my Disconnect from this era because born after this era they almost surprised me and i. I'm almost frustrated with myself that they did surprise new but the answers were like okay. Good for good for the white man. This doesn't affect me. This feels like a waste of money. This feels like a slap in the face we have. We have brothers and sisters starving in the streets..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"I've been playing around the whole time. We've been talking on. Google google earth looking at the falklands. 'cause i'm just fascinated fascinated by how remote they really are. How much of it is you know obviously clearly undeveloped but there is this i finally found like where are the people and i finally found stanley. And it seems like there's actually a whole. There's like a mini city. Sir i live in san which is serve sanzar island's population more broadly. It's about thousand five hundred possibly. Oh wow okay. there's an airport. There is majority people in stanley. And something that i found really beautiful. Since i've been here is just how accessible it is to eighteen minutes from town. There is beautiful penguin colonies. So the the fighter that i seem to is taken from penguin colony and it's scenario that so the falkland island has quite an interesting history of of war as well and so last year was the first in november. Last year was the first time since the war that will hit the land mines had been cleared from from the islands and our business particular beach. Hold your by where it was. A paper hadn't worked on the stage for forty years and so the entire town. I think i wasn't here. Nba will down on that peach to sort of have that experience of of what it was signed to to work with a hadn't been allowed to society law but folks have in that bait. Who's this really beautiful example. It's hard to tell because you don't have the counter example. You just have the one right but there are literally hundreds of penguins there. You can see she lines sort of stoking wrong in the way and there was a fair seal cub down there. The other day the dolphins swimming nearby we had the most widely that have ever slashes in the falkland islands at a few weeks cigar while sir. Numerous you just..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Listen today and let me know what you think are at. Everyone looked back to the staff. And i think that sort of brings us to an important transitional point that not only. Are you boots on the ground. Doing the type of field work in research that requires that you actually physically take these samples that you observe these areas that you That you figure out ways to a to measure these samples compare them to previous rates. I mean there's a lot of complicated process that goes into physically doing the field word. But you also are now connecting the knowledge that you're gaining from this field were to policy to real world action. You're saying look. I'm seeing what's happening in these remote places that are a litmus test for the globe as a whole. We need to be doing something about this. Yeah so that stained Conine instead the last couple of years especially from from leadership roles within the broader project so we partnered with a governance and lola policy team in. tasmania Because antarctic is not just unique intensive they ecosystem and the you know the global importance to broader action functioning in house. It's also very unique. Governmental system advice drowned. There's a number of nations within the anti treaty system and you have something as beautiful as the antarctic treaty system..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And so the carl's eyewear khan and corals Often at us arrogant. But this other horrible that i will use. And so the carl's work on this interesting strategy with a can use buys Circle sign is the other one and in there in the russian you have what's known as set direction horizon and so the saturation horizon for iraq is showing. It's predicted to be in voted by twenty one hundred and so what that means is that belied this region. Animals certain animals went up to council cy. And so if it's going to be what is this going to create possibly create a very different community composition and we might have win is we might have loses. And it's it's possible that some of the carlson. I'm working on who has a high chance of survival because cow site. Saturation reisen is. I see so..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"The kind of larger scale doesn't it. Yes sir. I think a lot of what you're bringing to the full front. Is that idea of how that can be like an ecological model to to understand. Patent honda stange into connectedness in isolation And corals darn as one of the many animals that it considered ecosystem engineers and say they support the surrounding ecosystem through the structure of it will sit through recycling nutrients And one of the logic projects that i'm involved on is at quantifying the the contribution of blue cabin in antartic ecosystems segler cabin is often associated with alba can system engineer types like mangroves and seagrass and count forests and in. They spent techique assistance. You have very different compositions. So you have sponges and corals and bryozoans and what ends up happening when we're thinking about you know long-term cabin so could station. Is that these animals. When they're they're buried below the oxygen. The oxygen layer in the students. They have locked away and said that carbon dioxide is also locked away for potentially hundreds of thousands of years which is very important ecosystem service. The the planet and the functioning moberly. I am what we're seeing in to context is that nece- consistent service is increasing in some some locations in some areas as a consequence of climate change and so it's actually a considered a negative feedback on climate. Change said natural at inactivate solution to climate change. That's quite interesting important. Inconsistent studied from that point of view. Is well okay so kind of just take a step back and to focus maybe for for a minute on On this these different. I guess animals that are living on the seafloor specifically corals but but other different animals on the seafloor. A choral is an animal. I think a lot of people might not know that. Tell me tell me a little bit more about about what quarrel is. I'll it's common. He'd classifies especially that they antarctic. Carl's i answer. A lot of that is because you you become familiar with with what you can see and what you can because to and so the People at generally chain really comes to mind and chuckle..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Answer i i guess through that price especially being able to dive and really beautiful places like indonesia and the philippines feeling. You know that i would. I would take that shot. You know and i see what it would be like to hugh my dream of being a marine biologist in so i went back to new zealand after four years of travel and started to do that through in educational pathway. I love that and so so is a big part of the actual work that you do. We'll we'll we'll get to the the actual research questions that you're asking. And what some of the evidence that you've gathered has shown but is a big part of your Your work literally gearing up in going on dives like something that you both enjoy personally and professionally. I think that that is something that i feel. Lucky every is that i managed to have a career that will say except heels. All the things that i am passionate about and you know it to some degree depending what i'm working on. It's kind of going to be like going to the beach. You doing exactly what you enjoy and Especially to work. Some way like hand talk to carol. That's not been topic it's saimaa About discovery and these incredible research. Expeditions surrounded by a wealth vicks not knowledge. Yeah and So a lot of my passion is will will align quite rightly with the career that i have say things like diving police. The obvious one I will say they're much love. Being at sea at all nations are sailing and with human ships is dana huge highlight of my career. And you know just more simple things sometimes to that. That idea of it's kind of like attrition hunt when you going through with the animals that come up from the eighth floor and trying to figure out what they are in how related and what it means is is something that he'd get really lost in as well. Yeah it's it's funny. Because i find don't know this is definitely an outsider's perspective because i am not necessarily the seafaring type but i find in my in my friends and colleagues who are marine researchers. There's there's kind of a tight it's like it's people who love the open ocean and you love to dive and who loved to be out on boats who really enjoy Spending time in in some of these remote places that it feeds them a little bit feeds their soul. Do you identify with that. Our yeah and i think that's a hop you know. The alleged hot of the price is figuring out where in the world. I would like to work at during the price that i have recently being on that scene. The highest highest priority is to be somewhere with high by diversity access to wildlife and ra march. And you know this this coinciding. Same of unfortunately in the world we have a declining biodiversity. We have climate change. And so this the centenary the world that you can work in that will also be quite hard to working to some degree because you end up documenting the decline the system. You're working on and longtime takes a real tall and there's something much more fulfilling about working somewhere. We have the capacity to you. Know to positively influence conservation but also to to witness the by the city that we happened to welsh. So why don't we dive into that a little bit because that really is your focus right. It's a specific focus on these marine environments and Both biodiversity and conservation are at the forefront and then If if you were to talk about a kind of a sub specialty within that you're looking at coral and coral is so interesting because choral is not just its own organism but it just don't organism that flourishes within a it's an ecosystem like it's kind of an anchor in this ecosystem ended gibbs us a lot of insight about the health of the ocean..

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"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"So a lot of research will come by full condolences and go to places like south georgia at lot of the race. It ships will stop here and has a long history in terms of antarctic exploration and being a point that as well but from volition. Or you have some really interesting. At connectivity between marine environments in south america in the antarctic in southern topic and sort of merges into quasi unique endemic at budrus system. Very cool when we think about Antarctica as a continent as ecological niche as just part of our globe. That's often kind of ignored that we often. I think overlook there are these different points of entry right so so the falklands as you mentioned are are kind of at the bottom or sort of off to the bottom of the of patagonia these areas that we often think of as as taking off points to antarctica. But they're also entry points on the new zealand side of the map. Well yeah if you go back in time and think from a gondwana in point of view. It's quite interesting places that i've been lucky enough to to where classes that i've been lucky enough to live and to grow up as i was born in new zealand and seen about twelve and a half years living in tasmania and i've done a lot of work in patagonia and seven can now live in the full clint islands. And this really beautiful interesting connections across all of these places when you think about how the land masses once connected at during gondwanaland and and you can sort of you can see that as you travel toward these places from tracheal standpoint but you can also see and think about those connections on the floor which is something that i find incredibly interesting okay and so that's sort of where we we have moved from. Your upbringing into your were great. Is that you grew up in new zealand. As you mentioned. Did you go to school in new zealand or did you travel for your education..

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UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 1 year ago

UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

"The last day of the year and really britain has been dominated by just two stories for the entire year so as we look back at twenty twenty world it's just covert and brexit. Isn't i'm afraid. Yes i mean. It's interesting just thinking back to the this time last year where we would just about vaguely have heard about this. A strange illness somewhere in china but we would probably had still been talking about brexit. So yes those two stories have come to dominate and particularly the news headlines on the last day of the year they have sort of the interesting thing is looking at how the papers tackled us. And the varying degrees of optimism or pessimism. You've just been hearing some sort of a bit of optimism and some papers are going very pessimistic. Some furry optimistic spe daily mail which has done is to giant leaps to freedom which is referring to the vaccine and the signature of the the brexit trade. Deal but let's look at say the times for instance so their headline talks about freedom by easter boris johnson promises and not is talking about the approval of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. And saying that this according to the times could mean that in a by east by the beginning of april lots of people within the uk will have been vaccinated and talking about also the interesting shift in strategy. So that they're saying they're going to be now giving as many people as possible The first vaccination and delaying the second dose of that vaccination because of new research on how effectively these vaccines were and when it's best to give people the vaccination so that's generally slightly more optimistic view although he he's saying by eastern so is the ties with the time. Has its own interactive tool. When will i get the covid vaccine and you can put in various things like age and health history. When i did it. I'm not going to be vaccinated until late summer. I mean so. How is it going to be over by. I think i suppose the idea. Is that enough. People will be vaccinated and in the hope that the cases will have declined by then enough for these restrictions to be lifted. An awful life to get sort of back to normal but let's bear in mind. Let's take this with a pinch of salt in a. We were told that by boris johnson. That it would all be over in in twelve weeks that it would be over by the summer that it will be over by christmas and now it will be by eastern. So this thing does keep shifting back and bax tehran's suggesting i used to just prime ministers less than truthful. Vote for me to say that he he says slightly different things going to whatever people speaking to him though. I think that's ready. Obviously obviously wants to be optimistic but this has not been a year when as been easy. So i mean if we don't see the financial times so you know they have a much more grim images this and then they are not making this up. They're taking quotes from jonathan. Tam he's england's chief. Deputy medical deputy chief medical officer who is a of with quite turn of phrase often an interesting way with metaphors and see the he has said that the uk is in a very dangerous situation in its battle against coronavirus facing grim and depressing picture of rising infections and deaths and pointing out that Fifty thousand new cases have been recorded yesterday and nine hundred eighty. One kuroda virus related deaths. But again saying that there. Is this optimism about the vaccine but again questions about quite how many doses you can get an how quickly So the hoping that there will be millions of Oxford vaccine doses available next month in the vaccination program will be able to speed up but also pointing out that at the same time You know millions of people in the uk will wake up today in a higher tier restrictions than they were yesterday and starting the new year. That's an old say The schools will be going back As had been expected in the beginning picking of next week and this is also a story. that's The guardian is picking up talking about schools. Chaos and the daily telegraph saying is a race to roll out this vaccine in order to avoid a third to national lockdown. So there you know they are. Johnson says there's light at the end of the tunnel. The tunnel has been shortened. And we're moving faster through. Its pick one of those You know we are. We are not through

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First Flight With Mike Manseca

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

06:43 min | 1 year ago

First Flight With Mike Manseca

"Tell us about how you started. First flight dot org because this is really obviously. You've you've been to kitty hawk. Many times Tell us what your first time going there. Well my first time was. I couldn't even tell you how old it was as a kid and it actually was with my dad the outer banks always ended up being a place we would go for vacations. I like for instance when i graduated from high school. Joe double hills is where we went for our Graduation party week. Whatever you wanna call it But i've been there before and my family. And i now go actually. I live in richmond. Virginia right now uh-huh even though i'm the head of an organization is down in kitty hawk north carolina but For probably about the last twenty years. We've gone every august for for summer vacation. 'cause we discovered as vacation place all those years ago and we just love. It can't think of a better place to go on vacation so we still do it now when you were a kid and you went there did the significance of the location of the you realize the significance of the location or was it just a a neat place to go for vacation. No no i completely did and much chagrin the rest of my family. They didn't look at me. Like how many times can you go to the same place you know what changes nothing changes. But i. i don't care. It's like a pilgrimage to go to the wright brothers national memorial to go to the park to see where that first powered flight happened and i'm a fanatic about it since i was a kid and when two thousand and three came around and i knew it was going to be one hundredth anniversary of flight trying to figure out. How am i going to get. I'm gonna get down there. Because i had a job. It's in december and then as it turns out my wife said. Hey i put for your birthday put together a trip for you and your dad to go down and spend a couple of days at kitty hawk and be there on the seventeenth and she'd actually only set up for a couple of days and my dad said well. This is wonderful but if we're going to go we might as well go for the whole time. And i think it was a five day celebration so worked it all out. I begged my boss to please have a couple of extra days off and We were there for all the days of celebration. And i have to tell you there was nothing never been anything like it. I don't know if i don't know if you've ever been to any of the celebrations but that one and of course was worldwide as far as the publicity for it but i can't remember how many people they said were there but the thing about it is i saw every kind of playing you can think of especially military plane fly over during those days. 'cause there was an air show every day and let's see also saw a lot of famous aviation people so the great thing was being able to see. Neil armstrong john glenn bob who hoover patty wag staff any number of people who were being honored that week And then on the actual seventeenth john travolta introduce president george w bush and he made a speech on the seventeenth of course out of all those days. Which day was the ugly rainy day. Yes it was the seventeenth. It was cold. It was rainy The attempt to do the flight at ten thirty five did not go off like it was supposed to. But i was so glad that i was there so now. I'm just curious. And i don't know the answer to this question. The wright brothers choose that location because they were building the airplane in dayton. Is that correct. That is correct. Actually wilbur wrote to the national weather service. And said hey. We're looking for replace. That has a lot of wind and his isolated and they could do their experiments in in private. Kitty hawk was a bonus because all the sand dunes. Which makes it a lot easier if you have an accident while you're trying to fly instead of trying to land on hard ground Which is essentially what they had in ohio flat hard ground right so they had gotten a number of different places they could try and they went ahead and wrote to the postmaster down in kittyhawk in he basically said hey. If you come down here. We'll do everything we can to help you find a pleasant group of people and we look forward to it so they basically took them up on that offer. So now when did you. Did you start the first flight organization. No no no under current president but the first flight organization or now you got me saying it's the first flight society actually started in nineteen twenty seven as the kill devil hills memorial creation. I hope i said that right. It's changed names a few times but yes Nine thousand twenty seven kill devil hills memorial association basically what it was was a group of about forty six businessmen put together by a newspaper publisher named W sunders who said hey. Let's let's this an important place. Let's get a memorial built. You know and this is something that would be seeing nationwide and would also you know side benefit is would be reason for people to come and visit each daughter bax back. At that time there was no bridge over to the outer banks from the mainland. You had to take a boat a really. Oh yeah you know. And that was the same. As in the time of the wright brothers. They had to take boats with crates of all their parts for their their planes and it was quite the trip and and even the first when they were building the memorial and people were coming down and they were dedicating. It was a heck of a trip train rides boat rides. You know wasn't like let's just get on a plane. Fly there because even at that time it was pretty it was just. There wasn't a lot of people just going to go up and

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"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"bax" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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Enjoying God and His People (Amos 9:13-15)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Enjoying God and His People (Amos 9:13-15)

"Amos checker nine versus thirteen through fifteen the whole the days are coming declares the lord when the plowman shall overtake and the tritter of grapes him who sows the seed the mountains shall drip sweet wine and all the hills shall flow with it i will restore the fortunes of my people israel and they shall rebuild the ruined cities and inhabit them they shall plant vineyards and drink their wine and they shall make gardens and eat their fruit i will plant them on their land and they shall never again be uprooted out of the land that i have given them says the lord your god and thus the book of amos ends with this promise the days are coming declares the lord when i will restore you to your land i will bless you in your land i will plant you in this land and you will never again be uprooted out in the land that i've given you i want progress and this book where we see from the very beginning stark sober serious pictures of god's judgment upon his people for their sin and yet in the end we have promise of restoration of redemption of blessing of the goodness of god towards sinners who deserve his judgment and he leaves them with the promise of blessing and isn't this good news for all of god's people i step back see the overarching storyline of the bible a world full of centers including you in me when we trust in god specifically and replace our faith and trust in jesus as savior and lord of our lives in a world where there's so much evil and suffering we know that in the end blessing awaits like full and final and eternal blessing the imagery here is like imagery we see in revelation describing heaven eternity with god in his presence free from sorrow free from suffering free from sickness free from sin free to enjoy god to enjoy one another perfectly. This is the promise. God gives to all of his people who trust in him. So god we praise you for your promise. And we praise you anticipation of its fulfillment. We longed for the day when there be no more sent and no more sorrow and no more suffering when you will wipe away every tear from our eyes when everything will be perfect a relationship with you our relationships with each other our relationship with the world around us in a new creation new heaven and new earth. Oh god bringing about we pray. Come lord jesus come quickly. We pray and help us help us until that day as long as you terry to faithfully walk with you to trust in you to turn from sin today and every day to walk in holiness with you and god to lead other people to you that other people might enjoy you in this way forever. That other people might know your promise and have this hope. God please make us active. In sharing our faith sharing the gospel that people might be saved. Got to pray for this right around as we continue to pray for this all around the world for the northern who's bet people and kazakhstan half a million of them no followers of jesus. God we know you sent jesus to die on the cross for every nation including the uis bax kazakhstan so god cause your grace and your glory to spread and kazahstan among all the people groups are among the northern news. Bag people there they might gather with us around your throne in paradise in heaven. Enjoy you forever and ever ever caused the gospel to go to them god. 'cause disciples remained in churches be planted in multiplied among the northern news. Back in causing starring. Pray we we long for look forward to that day with every nation and every tribe in every time in every people group in the world who will gather around your throne and enjoy your presence live forever with you Come lord. Jesus come quickly. Our father in heaven hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come your will be done. We pray on earth as it is in heaven in jesus name we pray

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What is Programmatic Problem Solving?

Front End Happy Hour

04:32 min | 1 year ago

What is Programmatic Problem Solving?

"Really interested to just start off what is programmatic problem solving. I. Feel like that's you know we should start there bit of a definition or what we all think that I feel like there's probably a couple of different answers, Wa. Obviously had the first the same question at first to an all I knew I didn't even know the term programmatic problem solving I just knew it was something that I was struggling with that I was missing skills then So programmatic problem solving expectedly the way that looks while we're actually using it is that it's building an entire plan kind of an approach to a particular problem before you even be in writing code and so there are steps afterwards of course, and that's usually where I find that especially, new folks will jump. In. Right away what I find is that real life problem solving is only slightly different in that programmatic problem solving in particular relies on thinking in the way that a computer with think. So everything is more off on true false. Yes. No, we don't have that same gray area or kind of you have to build in your own fall bax stuff like that. So that's mostly where I tell my students that but yeah, data's the programmatic part of programming and it is one of the most fundamental skills that we can build in. Snug that one and cheers. So. It is one of the fundamental skills that I had seen that new coders are mostly missing in the beginning and I say this also from a personal standpoint because I have a very personal story with programmatic problem solving too. But yeah, in a nutshell, that is but programmatic problem solving is is very separate from actually writing the code itself. It's an entire process I love. You said a new person codeine that's typically how you dive in it. Absolutely I know I I started was like you just started coating to try and solve the problem instead of being strategic. Thinking how's the best way knocking allies still sometimes do that on like personal projects where I'm like Oh just you know figure this out as I go and I end up regretting it ended up just like a would have almost been a little better to just sit back and think a little bit more strategically about what am I actually trying to do and what's the best approach you're not gonna get it perfect like don't get. Me Wrong I don't think you're going to map out the perfect solution but I, think you you end up thinking like a few steps ahead and how you're actually building whatever you're trying to build. I've actually found and where it really hit me in the beginning was something that I call blink screen paralysis. So after you begin to move past working on the institute orioles and kind of using started out with treehouse initially and you. Find that you're using what you learning. You feel you're gaining confidence and that's the important part truly. But once it starts to get tougher, which is where I got bottlenecked. You realize that it really is eyesight. Pro Programming is eighty percent problem solving in twenty percent writing code, and then you can look up so much. There's documentation out there for writing code there isn't documentation for approaching a problem we have to actually use noodle and. We have to be able the to create something that makes sense or else your solution isn't GonNa make sense either it's not gonNa work at all or you'll be solving the wrong problem entirely which I see to like not literally the wrong problem but you miss identify what you need may be as output. So it's Yeah. Those kind of some issues that I see though and people get overwhelmed they get turned off their associating. Negative emotions too closely with the experience of writing code from scratch. So I wanted a way to help people. Will I stop to help myself but also to help other people to navigate that experience to really avoid a lot of overwhelmed too. And It's it's a transformation truly I've worked with people in real life. I've worked with people. You know kind of doing Programmatic Problem Solving Love Group coaching on it because like they bring in problems, it's like, okay let's pick this apart from the beginning and that's the beautiful part. There is no cord a your code in the course I very language Agnostic Kodak. Nas because you don't need. To be able to write code truthfully to learn how to solve problems.

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The Economic Case for Electrifying Everything

The Energy Gang

06:17 min | 2 years ago

The Economic Case for Electrifying Everything

"So. Let's turn to our topics this week, and we'll start out with another report that has come out but this one is very different from some of the climate reports. We've been discussing a plan to create millions and millions of jobs by electrifying the economy and slashing emissions eighty, five percent. It's simple. It's elegant and the authors say it is totally doable. The authors are Saul Griffith. Sam College Alex Laskey you might know Saul Griffith we profiled him on a recent what it takes episode and he talked a little bit about how this the the origins of this plan came together and Alex Laskey is the CO founder of power and we profile. His Co founder Dan Yates on a recent what it takes as well. So they're part of a team called rewiring America, which is putting out a series of technical reports, mobilization plans for rapidly electrifying in decarbonising America, and putting a lot of people to work in the process. So there are two parts to this conversation was the actual modelling that goes into the plan, and the other is the economic benefit and jobs claims. So Melissa, let's look at the origins It doesn't start with emissions instead, it looks at decarbonisation the way an engineer might an engineer like yourself walk us through the basis of how they're modeling the decarbonised economy in this report. Is this interesting at you know I've been a model for fifteen plus years i. like modeling thing saying what happens with that? From a modeling approach. I mean frequently when we look at climate mitigation so how do we reduce emissions? We start with an emissions target or frequently in combination of emissions, targets, economic development targets, etc, and then we kind of back our we into what the mix of things could look like to meet that. So it's this top down approach or this perfect foresight. We know what's happening in the future and we back out from there in this report, they really looked at what machines and equipment are out there. What could we get out there and how quickly could we do it and they went from there? So they said, okay, what can we get online if we really double down on this and they broke it into a couple of stages stage one being ramp up production of technologies and Stage two being okay. Let's deploy these things as quickly as possible. So it was this bottom up, call it an engineer's dream because it gives me a lot of tech to play with and look at. But it really gives you the nitty gritty on how do we get this done? So, in this modeling, they mostly focus on electrification unpack how they do that yes. On the electrification side, they look at how do we beef up the supply side of things ahead we get all the power generation we need in line and I've got a lot of thoughts especially around their cost assumptions and what they think we can actually accomplish. Jigger I'm curious what you think about it as well but then on the demand side I mean they also say, okay, every car that gets sold when your targets taking off the road isn't electric one every bit of equipment in your house would replace there's no more combustion it's going to be electric I'm so it's it's essentially a near one, hundred percent replacement rate zero carbon technologies. As soon as you would naturally retire those things they do have a caveat in the report which is interesting of saying they're not forcing you to early retire. Anything, but it would help if you did. I like. I think this is fantastic. Right that it's exactly what we've been saying on the energy gang for seven years right which is that we have the technologies necessary to decarbonised and we have to deploy faster. I think that part of this that. Is still sort of not fitting exactly together for me is what are the forces around here that will make it happen i. You know I think that part of the reason I'm hopeful I had a long conversation with Alex about this, we had a good reconnection in these inspired me to figure out how to get involved with rewiring America but like is it. The when we think about for instance The planned obsolescence of natural gas utilities natural gas utility spent about seventeen billion dollars a year on distribution grids and other sort of Cap Bax. In the local level, you could imagine that they could spend that seventeen billion dollars making all these things come true. So whenever someone's gas boiler? goes out they could replace it with electrify everything solutions and they could actually just charge people thirty bucks a month or whatever for the next twenty years to recoup their their costs right. So there are ways to actually figure out how to do this. But I. Think it's critical for an a report like this to come out I and to say it's actually possible. The math actually works. Now, where's the political willpower to actually make this happen and there's some really interesting insights, a commodity report that I think many of us who've been steeped in this? No but for think the first time watcher is shocking. Right So the energy information, administration and many other sources really always compare solar and wind to primary energy. Right. So the way that the world works is you basically pull oil out of the ground ten percent of all of our energy in the United States and pretty much globally is used to bring this kind of stuff out of the ground and then. You say you know this is how many quads of energy we use as a society right and so of solar and wind come in at two percent of that energy. Then people say look how small it is. But in fact, when that energy actually goes to keep your beer cold as emery, Levin's would say. It loses about seventy percent of its energy through the process right in transporting the oil than like. How to put it into a refinery, converting it into useful fuels like gasoline and diesel. Then actually burning that fuel and you know and creating the electricity that then actually keeps your beer cold all the losses in there are eliminated when you go directly to electricity but in but we are constantly comparing ourselves to primary energy and so part of what this report shows is a week actually eliminate fifty percent of our entire primary energy usage just by electrifying everything right because you lose all those losses

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Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star

"We're covering the things that we haven't gotten to really mean to get to man that feeling that you know that that feeling that it needs scratched of wanting to get around to stuff. You know my desk and I really thought for sure since I'm not traveling that I would. I would get it taken care of. And I started I was down like a couple of inches of paper bilge that builds up on my desk. I was down a couple inches. Yes, I'm going to see the surface of this desk before before. This virus releases us from its grip, and now it's super building back up again. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, it's frustrating. I! Do want to point out. Somebody has gotten something done. which is that Tony Anita? Hull took the initiative and went and ask our listeners before we recorded this show what they haven't gotten to or have been meaning to get to in their lives. And so with that in mind, I wanNA, bring Tony Anita Hill up to the Mike Tony on double duty this week. We have another thing for you later. What's on, but this one? You don't have to wear a pep blows for what's on the hot sheet. What our listeners saying? They haven't done to okay so Stephanie. Lundgren wrote I moved right before the stay at home order and I thought for sure I'd be completely unpacked and organized by now. I've been working from home, so it's not at all free time, but still. I See Oh Yeah. Oh that's the worst feeling as a person who struggles with OCD not being unpacked. I, have to tell you Stephanie. I think I was in one house for twelve years before I unpacked the last box. There's always a one box. That just has stuff that you probably never should have brought with you from the last place. Just. Couldn't you just couldn't think it and say goodbye, and so you still have it? And just sits around in a box for Twelve Years Until the cats pee in that box. That's usually that's usually what motivates we. We have a similar problem in this household and in some ways. It's worse because we bought this house. I'm going to say eight or nine years ago. and. We were living in an apartment before then and literally three weeks before we were supposed to leave the apartment and moved into. This house a pipe behind. Washing machine in our apartment burst, the whole place flooded dip fire department had to come and because of the water remediation. Process we weren't able to pack up our old apartment to move here. That had to be done by professionals. Wow! I didn't know there was such a thing. And some of those boxes were some. are still in our garage. Things wet, so you have boxes of wet belongings in your. Oh, you got to get those out you can. Boxes of wet belonging like a growth of mold. Bax Airs what you got. No, no, it's not the belongings. Themselves weren't wet. I want to point out that the flooding apartment wasn't like knee deep or anything, but it was A. Damaged the floor and stuff like that. No, that was a big flood I. Remember that I. Remember finding you and Jeannie. In the middle of the apartment in a tiny ship. And the Terni should talk to. Our tour! Wow So. There were professional packers. What does that have to do with the fact that you didn't open the boxes and take the stuff out I mean? Did it matter who put it in the box? Did you guys say to each other? It's not touched that professional packers put it in. No movers, the movers were allowed into put everything into boxes. My point is that because we didn't have time to pack up our own apartment all the crap that we were going to get rid of ended up being transferred to our new house. And you just haven't got around to. Condie, what was what was it? Marie CONDIE ING it. I didn't Murray Condo. It yet Maury Condo. What is it Tony is it? It's Murray Condo.

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Coronavirus conspiracy theories on the rise

Sunday Morning with Elizabeth Espinosa

05:56 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus conspiracy theories on the rise

"So the video is conspiracy theory as you know it's and the basic idea seems to be is that some shadow we elites are conspiring to use the pandemic to seize power maybe make money by creating vaccines and the star of this twenty six minute clip that went viral is this woman named Judy make of that too has become a kind of hero to the anti vaccine crowd she's a discredited scientist who published a book in April called plague of correction and that sort of depicts her as a truth teller fighting scientists who aren't willing to accept inconvenience facts and so far right publications began to promote her book in this documentary that is forthcoming will apparently be taking an even closer look at these sort of baseless conspiracies this video has since since it kind of blew up has been taken down but tell us about some of the crazy accusations and I mean one of the things that keeps popping up I think it was the main thing that really got to pull down was they were saying that wearing a mask will literally activate your own virus that's right and that is the thing that got it taken down platforms like YouTube and Facebook generally do not want to remove content from the network and they tried to enable a maximum of free speech but they do make an exception for stuff that is actively harmful and while a lot of this video plan that make is just kind of conspiracies saying don't forget a lot of people are making money and other people are going to become more powerful that's not what it got taken down I got taken down because as you say it warned people against wearing masks you know saying that it would re inspect them which of course there is no basis for that whatsoever but you can imagine if a lot of people watch it's that and believe that you could have a really negative a stacked on public health so initially Facebook did it want to remove it but when it sort of stumbled across that particular claim it said okay we've actually got to take this thing down any doctor Judy make if it's for herself she does have a degree in biology from the university of Virginia a PhD in molecular biology she worked on the national Cancer Institute she has a lot of things under her belt but then she started getting into work about chronic fatigue syndrome and vaccines and this is kind of where she was derailed a little bit a lot of people discredited a lot of the later things that she was researching so like in two thousand nine she had published research saying that a mouse retrovirus because chronic fatigue syndrome which got a lot of attention but it was discredited a couple years later and the journal ultimately retracted it and it in this sort of like a weird aside story she was actually put in jail on charges of staffed which apparently involves computers disappearing those charges were dropped but the whole thing was a scandal and she was kind of sidelined and lost her scientific career but after that she sort of drifted into this anti Bax crowd and because of the credentials that you mentioned the anti vaxxers have sort of lifted her up as this brave truth teller even though what she saying is largely nonsense so let's talk about how something like this goes viral the usual players come up obviously Facebook and you to have a huge part in this but there was a lot of Facebook groups that we're sharing this and then beyond that even as you mentioned there's a lot of mistruths in this video but it also takes time for their fact checkers to go through this so as you've mentioned they didn't take it down right away it kind of was circulating around for a while while they were trying to do some of that fact checking it's a really interesting story the way that things go viral on Facebook and you tube is always changing based on the things that the platforms due to try to stop bad stuff from happening and sort of like as soon as they fix one problem another emerges so over the past year Facebook has put a lot more attention on groups getting people to join groups kind of moving away from that news feed and there are a lot of conspiracy groups anti VAX groups where this video clip was very popular in what happened is people were sharing it in the group and what they were sure it was actually a link to you too and so from those Facebook groups they were able to send seven point one million views to one video within a period of between thirty six and forty eight hours so just within a short period of time Facebook drove all of that traffic to you too and so it was kind of an unwitting tag team between the two platforms that sent this thing viral as you noted it did take awhile for the platforms to fully understand what was in the video the video is twenty six minutes long it contains a lot of claims and they had to go through it sort of point by point and ultimately make the determination that it had to come down but it sort of speaks to this cliche this quote that is attributed to Mark Twain that the lie gets halfway around the world before the truth can put its shoes on and that was definitely the case here and it was also this whole thing with obvious all the algorithms and it's this big cycle she had just self published a book not too long ago and it became this thing where searches for her name brought up searches for the video and vice versa searches for them he would bring up searches for her name so it's kind of this big cycle where it's just feeding off of itself for a while until Facebook and YouTube took these things down and you know I think it's important to remember that Judy megabits has something to celebrate she has a book to sell into this whole viral events on Facebook and YouTube has been very good for her she had a number one best seller on Amazon over the weekend yesterday was still at number six so all of this is bound to be huge benefit to somebody who is selling this very day Alicia's ideas that just doesn't have any basis in

ComiCon on the radio

Native America Calling

08:30 min | 2 years ago

ComiCon on the radio

"We're going to pay homage to one knee of American beloved Pop Culture Festival. Today in digital topics was supposed to start this week but got put off like many other public gatherings the agenda included native comics food cost play celebrities and an eventful panel discussion many different ones including one like surviving Zombie Apocalypse. If you're stuck at home and need a new vibe what about learning out on comics movies and video games. We're going to help with that today with a sampling of what was on the menu at indigenous indigenous. Pop X. and you might see When it is rescheduled We'll talk with the festival's energetic and optimistic. Founder Wall also have an expert on indigenous Geek Culture and we have a special surprise celebrity guest. And we'd like to hear from you. What indigenous Pop Culture? Are you consuming during the numerous? Stay at home orders. Phone lines are open for you. The number to join us is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight and with us on the line right now. At Albuquerque New Mexico Dr Lee Francis the fourth he is the CEO and founder of Nita realities in the director of indigenous pop ex and he is from the Pueblo of Laguna. Our pleasure to have him here. Thanks for being with us today. Lee Hello thank you for having me today From from right from right around the corner. It's weird I don't get to be in studio for this today. The everything's gone off shaken up. We're all apart from each other so I was like. Oh that I had one of those little emoji tears and I don't get to see you. I don't get to see your face. Oh well you know Lee so much is just changing Transitioning and there's lots to think about and I was thinking about this When the decision came to postpone it and thinking about this time of year and we've followed indigenous comecon since its beginning now. We were going to jump into in digit pop ex. And there's a lot that happens Lee Go ahead and just give folks who have never experienced it before What this is all about in in how? We went from indigenous COMECON to indigenous Pop X. So four years ago we started the indigenous COMECON in Albuquerque. As a way to bring together not only made of nerds. But to sh- I mean that's the most important part of our community but also to showcase to the world The the amazing things that native creatives have been doing Within within the pop culture realm so film and television science fiction fantasy a video games table talk games and of course comic books the big mainstay of what we did. And and we had You're one who was you know and we've always followed. The setup is panels and workshops We had a vendor hall of Native Comic Book Artist and regular artists and artists. The ball type and Just nerds you know wandering around We had films Film and television so we download a bunch of that cost play as well. Big Big component of that And and I think every year we've grown from that original That original in relation incarnation of the COMECON and kind of coming into this last year. We we imagined this continuation of bigger festival. And and we had a water resources and support to move into downtown Albuquerque and You know the whole thing for this year. As sort of the flagship of indicia pop bax was really to create this dynamic event where we had food at one venue. We had the comic con weekend at another. We had an indigenous future. `ISMs days At a third venue and then we were doing film and Television at a fourth venue and So we're really trying to create this really awesome like fun and Funky Downtown Festival with the sport of Kirke and and you know the the folks that were there and Yeah that was that was kind of how it's grown and it's been this wonderful food last year. We had wrestling like You know native wrestlers. Ww style wrestlers You know we had a fashion show so like all. This stuff was really the ideas. How are we showcasing the spaces where natives are not perceived in Popular Culture I mean we. We're always historic sized. So this idea of like there's amazing native chef that are creating these and television. There's you know native native folks doing film and Television. You know in various roles. There's natives writing at scifi digital future `ISMs so that's that's the evolution into we would. Was it that really to the point where you decided you know what we can't be doing this on our scheduled date we've been looking at it for. I mean the Ford. The governor made the announcement here in New Mexico and everything sort of fell apart. We had that sort of we had that sort of doomed hopefulness where it was like. Maybe it'll miss us. Maybe it won't happen in New Mexico if we can just make it to this weekend. We'll be fine but we already kind of seen the writing on the wall We had made some arrangements. A lot of this stuff has to do with just logistics around venues and postponing with venues. And making sure everybody's aware of everything so there was a lot of behind the scenes that was going on and a lot of scrambling and But but ultimately it came down to this decision We want to protect their community We have a lot of vendors and what a family members and we didn't want them to in any way have to carry the burden of you know trying to be at this event and then potentially going home To their elders and to their family members and you know may or may not. It's a question mark as they would be bringing as as we've turned it in our pop culture world Mr Nineteen Back Lick them So I think that's That was that was the ultimate decision and You know it's it's one of those ones very heartfelt for us We we don't take we don't take it. We didn't take canceling lightly. Because we know there's a lot of economics obviously circumstance changed immediately because everything's close But for us you know we were day one. We're we'RE NOT WE'RE OUT. We're GonNa try and figure something else out and We decided to go digital. So that's what we are this weekend in so it seems so appropriate to even just go this route Given you know what is being discussed in and just how innovative. The folks who make it to indigenous COMECON seemed to be with discussions as well as the mediums. They're working in. And so what is planned for this week? It's already started. As a matter of fact we we went live this morning Live streaming live. Live tape live right. I guess I don't know if there's a paradox the etc So we're streaming right now On our facebook page and You know we too. We got a bunch of our presenters To give us you know To tape in their living rooms to do their presentations for US online. And we cut it all and it's like three and a half hours of programming today and then we gotta make another three hours of programming tomorrow. Which was it was a little sample of everything we were going to do this weekend. And you know that's that's what we have in in mind starting today the run through tomorrow and Yeah it's it's I think it's a way that we continue to keep you know. Keep tending the fire and and also this trend. You know like when I was thinking about it was like transition was like now we're digital natives. Anyway we're we're we're futurists. That's that's how we exist and what a better way. What what better way to showcase native identity and natives in the future then doing something digital and we've seen a lot of the other convention to do this you know it's not like it's super unique to us but I think it continues to aligned with the you know the efforts energy the backbone of what we've been trying to do within digital x. Well now it's a it. X.'s did you pop X.'s digital feature stays so. It's a chance for folks to you know you're on facebook. Throw some is on it right like you know. That's what people do you know. Just their social media style and and you can And you get to join in and see really cool native folks doing really cool native things pige really

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Apple Is Locking iPhone Batteries to Discourage Repair

Vector Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Apple Is Locking iPhone Batteries to Discourage Repair

"And this is vector and yeah. I'm just gonna lean right into veterans law with video title right on in so the story story. Is this a couple of days ago. Just in from the art of repair youtube channel discovered that all of a sudden swapping out the battery on an iphone resulted in the newish battery health monitoring system turning off and popping up important battery message unable to verify this iphone as genuine apple battery health information not available available for this battery since then. We've seen headlines like vices. Apple is locking batteries to specific iphones a nightmare for d._i._y. Repair and of course affixed. It's apple is locking iphone batteries to discourage repair and just a ton more like them now. I'm gonna push back kinda hard on using the term blocking for any of this not because i'm an evil apple apologised or defender even though i can feel some of you just itching it start typing exactly that the comments right now already but wait it's because i think it's just dumb and let's apple off the hook far too easily. I it's listed publicly on apple's iphone battery performance page as applicable to iphone tennis iphone tennis bax an iphone ten are and that page is last marked as updated back on on march first and archive dot org confirms. The information was there at least that far back second. Joe rossignol has also shown an internal document from back in april that tells technicians to run repair cal to make sure it doesn't happen with apple repairs repair cow basically being repaired calibration system that authenticates indicate the hardware for the software in this case. There's a chip on the battery that has to be paired with the board something that only apple's tools can do and if it's not you get that warning warning again. The potential has been there for a while but it's now active and i'm no expert. I'm guessing the same process could be used not just disable the monitoring but disable the battery which there's no sign apple is doing but if and when they do that would be a legitimate lockout now according to fix it it can be worked around by swapping topping the original chip onto the new battery but that's a much tougher and more

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NASA ScienceCast 299: The Lasting Impacts of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9

NASA ScienceCasts

03:59 min | 3 years ago

NASA ScienceCast 299: The Lasting Impacts of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9

"In the lasting impacts of Comet Shoemaker Levy nine presented by science at NASA at the close the last century a comet captured into orbit around a planet traveled to close and was shredded by gravity into multiple pieces some as large as half a mile or one-kilometer-long those fragments would plunge engine to the planets atmosphere in a series of impacts. Would the impacts be spectacular or would the comet fragments disappear without a trace in July nineteen ninety-four astronomers around the world watched with bated. Breath as the fragments of Comet Shoemaker Levy nine slammed into the planet Jupiter Dr Kelly fast was one of the impacts observers and is now manager of Nasr's near Earth Object Observations Program. It was just incredible to watch such an impact event had never before been witnessed. Let alone studied ground based telescopes around the world and spacecraft like Nasr's Hubble Space Telescope and even the Galileo orbiter on route to Jupiter were used to to observe the impacts the discovery of the comment by Caroline Jeans Shoemaker and David Levy gave us about a year at a plan observations. The impacts proved to be impressive the fragments some twenty one in all plunged plunged into Jupiter's atmosphere over the course of six days at impact. They were travelling at a speed of about thirty seven miles per second or sixty kilometers per second heating the atmosphere to at least fifty three thousand degrees Fahrenheit. Fahrenheit or thirty thousand degrees Celsius like the splash from throwing a rock into a pond the impacts created giant plumes of material from Jupiter's lower atmosphere which rose as high as nineteen hundred miles or three three thousand kilometers above the cloud tops into the stratosphere in the aftermath the Plume Splash Bax scarred Jupiter's atmosphere with dark clouds of impact abry which could be seen for months as they were gradually dispersed by Jupiter's was wins so what scientists able to learn about Jupiter itself as a result of the impacts for one thing those dark clouds of impact debris acted as tracers of the winds in Jupiter stratosphere and by following their motion over. Over time scientists could measure those high altitude wins temporary changes in the Aurora on Jupiter showed scientists at Jupiter's magnetosphere was influenced by particles from the impacts. We are still able to see changes changes in Jupiter's atmosphere that resulted from the impacts when the fragments of shoemaker leaving nine slammed into Jupiter they deposited their own chemical compounds. The impact processes produced some and others were exhumed from the lower atmosphere here. Some molecules like ammonia were destroyed by sunlight in the weeks and months after the impacts but others like hydrogen cyanide and water are still seeing today all of that tells scientists about how chemistry works in Jupiter's bidders atmosphere come at shoemaker leaving nine showed us at large impacts still happened in the solar system and were a factor in NASA developing programs to address the impact risk to Earth from comet science to Jupiter.

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"bax" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bax" Discussed on NFL Live

"G you have monkeys gluten, who's one to facet players in the National Football League can take take the top off the defense. Deebo Samuels rookie coming in George kiddle record breaking year, and the tight end position than three headed Mawson the backfield. The injury fame and the quarterbacks as well. Andrew luck dealing with low. Great craft strain this off season. But floor cry where he was this time last year. Absolutely. I'm not worried about this as much I think Andrew look understand his body understands what it takes to being tiptop shape. You'll have some time here, obviously, after many camp to have some rest, and get that calf all the way back to a hundred percent. But I think inter-local that started the season radio firing on all cylinders. We have seen number of Bax reset the market, get large longer term deals than we see Philip rivers feels don't play the final year of his deal where does this stand at least as right now when a lot of time and oftentimes teams do negotiations on extensions during the six weeks that are about the follow us as we get ready for training camp. And keep in mind that Ben Rothlisberger recently signed a two year sixty eight million dollar extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers wouldn't be surprised if Philip rivers in line for a deal comparable to that, of course, those you the same exact year and the Super Bowls, their career, argument very, very similar Nick foles has Joan team. It is not in Philly. Instead. It's Jacksonville Damian will he wept locate kind of success? We saw with the eagles. That's the question ever amaze me seeing he has such a synergy head coach Peterson but real questions who's, who's planning tied imposition. That's the one area that he had with Philadelphia with Zach. That was his, his reliable target. They don't have that Jacksonville. They have a bunch of other while receivers..

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"bax" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"bax" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Fills gay stock is brought to you by the Bax vest one thousand stock charts and welcome stock corner. This part of the show that we had done divide. How well our gang. Members are doing with stocks. Okay. Cisco up four percent city up five percent. We also have MasterCard up. Ten percent. These up eight percent. Nugget gold up nineteen percent are apple twenty six percent, Costco. Fourteen percent are railroad CSX up. Seventeen percents buyers up sixteen percent, which comes to the question. Why are you not in the market? But before I ask that question. We just got some more news. Oh, yes. I told you already about Trump's that. We gotta get back to quantity we've got to get back to zero rates even just one point. Well, if that account is doing as true as we are told as good as we are taught why hell would anybody need to drop rates to zero which drops the dollar down. And when a dollar goes down that means the dollars week. You're a communist week it's been that way for two hundred years. It's never changed when the dollar goes up you markets, strong, the dollar strong economy strong. But now they want to bring interest rates down. Well, for good reason for God sakes. Housing starts housing permits dropped to to to a new two year low. Home prices growth, slow for the Lovin straight month. We reached a six year low only, Tampa, Sarasota, Phoenix Las Vegas. The exception. Now housing starts to say permits dropped to two year low. That's very important. It's one of the red flags. Now, remember housing plays a huge role a big role in our economy. It has what led to the crash in nineteen twenty nine as well as two thousand and eight housing is everything because remember housing you buy a house you buy furniture by by lawnmower mowers lawn furniture. It's a Domino's effect. It's people don't have the money, but we're being told how people have more money they've ever had before to consumers are spending votary finding out. We're finding out their incomes. Outgoing up one tenth of one percent. This is a Cording to withholding tax. But they're spending is gone up. Nearly one percent that means that they're spending more than they're taking in. That's very dangerous. So the question is this though, the market keeps going up, and they're going to keep it going up. Now, remember? The fed right now is looking at a new program. This is going to be quantitative easing. That's nothing. New. Somewhat like quantitative easy. It's gonna be quantitative easing quantitative easing a big fancy word. That means they're gonna put money they're gonna go. Then take that money. Give it to the five largest banks to buy the ten year treasury's that will drive interest rates down bringing down to about one point three percent that in turn will now drive down the short term rate. What you pay on your credit card and everything else down zero. So they can then low to the bank's money at zero Ray. So then they can go and again from two thousand eight to two thousand and nineteen over five trillion dollars. They borrowed they bought to buy their own stock back to push up the stock market. So it would be fake. That's all that is this fake. But here's the question. It used to be before two thousand and eight think about this Marcus would go up seventy percent of the time seventy percent of the time. Now, the amount of small investors up to two thousand eight the percentage was pretty high about sixty eight percent of the market small mom and pop after the crash it dropped to forty two percent. Then it dropped the thirty eight percent. Now. Wait a minute. This doesn't make sense. So here we got the stock market was going up seventy percent of the time. And now because the stock buybacks financially engineering the stock market loading the stock market to go up. It's up nearly ninety percent of the time and the amount of small investors dropped from sixty eight percent to forty two percent. Then to thirty eight percent. Why aren't you in the market? And I know the answer it's fear. I don't blame you. I wouldn't blame you all especially if you're in for a one case because here's the problem. The people that managing your oh one k. They have a vested interest to make sure you don't get out. So the morning that the stock market crashes, you can't get out. They don't let you out right away. Because remember they get as much as fifty sixty seventy percent of the pie. Should they made the rules? You can't get out. You gotta wait to the end of the day. You can lose all your money by the end of the day. Isn't that ridiculous before one case, that's the truth? You can't get out. So the other thing would your 4._0._1._K when you. The return on your show bad. If you get out in time, which you're not going to. It's it's it's just ridiculous people now that markets ninety percent. Your answer is Phil. I'm scared. I don't lose my money. And you know, you're right because most people are in for Owen case, and you are gonna lose your money. How many people are the 4._0._1._K with the market goes up every day every day here to new high new high. Everything's terrific. We never seen a market like this. We never said to consumer like this, and you get your envelope into male, and it comes in and all about your 4._0._1._K in you take. And you put it in the drawer, you, always take and put it in the drawer. You don't even because all you do what you go to FOX. CNBC? Boby burns. And all you hear every day every day. All you hear aspect. Tree is the best. It has ever been open your envelope. And here's the problem. You've never set yourself up for when the market does crash. This will crash. This will be the third crash. This would be the biggest crash, and you should be making money on the way down. You should be sleeping like a baby. You should be sleeping like a baby. God sakes, you think a phone call in the middle of my show would upset me throw me a bit. I'm a professional. So that doesn't happen doing the so long now that whoever sent me that phone call. Yeah. Let me get back to what I was saying. So so so think about this. Why aren't you in the market? You say your fear, but how about by can take the fear away and guarantee I can take it away. We'll talk about that. When I get that..

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Play time  and not screen time - is so much more important for kids, says WHO

UN News

03:51 min | 3 years ago

Play time and not screen time - is so much more important for kids, says WHO

"This is Daniel Dickinson for the first time, the U N health agency WHO has released guidelines on how long very young children should be spending in front of a screen the World Health organizations recommendations also suggest how much exercise and sleep under-fives need to grow up fit. And well in an interview with you, a news is Daniel Johnson WHO's, Dr wanna Wilmsen explains the lifelong potential harm that can be caused by sedentary behavior over extended periods of time. So this is the first time that we as WHO have developed guidelines for children under five looking at both physical activity sedentary time and sleep which are such important into connecting us Bax of the twenty four hour day for a child. Now, a lot of people are going to look at this report and say that your recommendations on screen time, a water most interesting and most challenging for parents. So what exactly you? Paying for children under one year old for example. So the evidence that was reviewed indicates that children under one year of age. They shouldn't really have sedentary screen time. This is passive screen time. It's not necessarily screen time where you're interacting with a caregiver or where child is being encouraged move, but rather very passive time that has no interaction, and then as they get slightly older you recommend that no more than sixty minutes of passive screen time for two year olds and three and four year olds. But what you do put focus on is increasing physical activity. So for children aged two and above two to five we recommend not more than one hour of passive sedentary screen time per day, but three hours of active play, and as they get older that one of these hours should be moderate to vigorous active play this is because plays really the way that children learn and it's very important for them to have those opportunities both to develop their motor and cognitive skills. So watching a cartoon on TV, that's passive, but inter. Acting with grandparent over Skype isn't so passive screen time is the type of screen time where child isn't interacting with somebody all moving such as watching a cartoon or playing a passive game that doesn't involve movement. It doesn't include interactive time that could be chatting with a parent over digital media or watching a program that encourages children to move or copy actions or dance those are very positive interactions. Why is it that it's twenty nineteen? And this is the first report we've had on screen time and physical activity and indeed sleep because there was a big focus on this being a twenty four hour period and sleep is very important for particularly young children, the evidence base for developing these recommendations has really grown in the past few years, certainly in terms of sedentary time and there've been more studies about screen time, particularly in young children for this reason. We're now able to review the evidence and make these recommendations whereas before the evidence based simply wasn't large enough. But presumably this report is. The result of concerns about children being overweight and not getting enough exercise above five because for children above five. We already have some evidence. Maybe you could tell me where we are with regards to children's general level of health for over five fif- children over five years of age from five to nineteen. We have new recent global estimates that indicate that obesity rates have actually increased tenfold in the last forty years, which raises a real issue of concern in terms of the obesity epidemic and even for younger children five point nine percent of younger children under the age of five or already overweight. So we think it's very important to start abusively prevention as early as possible in life, but also to encourage physical activity, not just for the prevention of overweight and obesity, but for the value that physical activity has in terms of overall health in the population in general.

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Red Sox, Blake Swihart And Mickey Bax discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Red Sox, Blake Swihart And Mickey Bax discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"Meantime, Red Sox second baseman, Dustin Pedroia city got good news about the irritation in his left knee that caused them to return to the injured list. The socks also trading catcher Blake Swihart to the Diamondbacks international bonus pool space as well for minor. League outfielder Marcus Wilson on the field defending champs in Tampa Bay on Friday night. Here's the pitch and there's a high fly ball right-center fail Christ way back and long gone into the saints moral goes back to back with Mickey Bax and the Red Sox laid it six to

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"bax" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"bax" Discussed on KDOW

"Bax vest one thousand stock charts and welcome back to Phil's gang. This is the time that show that we look at our members are doing with stocks, and I'm going to go over these with you. But I have to say this. They're in a break. I'm listening to Cortes AO. She is they call her now. And she's asking Jamie diamonds. Great question. They're not her questions. She's like an actress somebody put all these questions gather for her and she's like an actress just repeating the lines. But one of the question was do you think more people should have gone to jail. She says because in my district if a because kids don't have any money, if they jump the they call it the churn rail that you go to the subway, and you have to put the token in the real turns what they jump. They they go to jail for thirty days. Shouldn't shouldn't you think? More people should have gone to jail you. So I don't know we talked to the legal. He's the wanted should have went to jail. She should've came back. She was acting like a robot unfortunate. She's only nineteen years old back then. So she doesn't understand what the hell went on. But I would love to ask them that question. Why he didn't go to jail? He is the one Jamie diamond is the one remember working with buffet is to why you lost your house. Why you're you old more than the value on your house? Remember, Jamie Dimon who went and took all those trash subprime loans that they couldn't sell and they put him in a basket, and they put it in a bundle. And in that bundle. They then said, okay, they had. They had the rating agency market is triple a rating best rating you could get but in that bundle. It was all garbage stocks. I mean, home mortgages weren't performing then he'd so that to pensions, and and this what he did Jamie diamond should been jail for the rest of his life. But it didn't happen. So, but I don't take too much time on that. But it was interesting. We'll get some cuss from that for tomorrow. I think those some great questions I want to get back to what's going on here last night. It was great to hear that they're going to start going after the bad players that after Trump won the election. They were done and Hillary Clinton got together with the FBI. They got together with the department of Justice, and they put a coup together as you know to overthrow are governed by overthrowing our president. Well, now the thing God we have in their bar who's going to go after them and all this will come tumbling down. Which is a great thing. But it's not going to be great for our economy 'cause it's going we're going to there's going to be a lot of confidence loss right now. There's a lot of confidence know I hate coming on here and say to you, okay. We've had I told you on January sixteen two thousand eighteen is going to be a crash in two thousand eighteen and we had a crash is started in October. I said in January, but it started in October. I also said January the worst month that could. Pitch elation December correct about that. But the net stopped. It was interrupted. It should go down fifty sixty percent now still gonna go down. It's just been stalled because Trump stopped the raising of the rates and the interesting thing about about Trump. What he did? He turned one hundred eighty degrees member what he started out as a candidate. He called this bubble a big fat ugly bubble he identified the things that were wrong with this bubble. He identified all this cheap money there. Bring interest rates down zero. So that the very very wealthy and could get that money and speculating the stock market that they could loan money to the big corporations free interest free. So they could buy their own stock with the lie with the narrative by doing that that they'd be create more jobs and increase wages that never happened. So at the end of the day when it's all done and when and when I heard last night. These again, Geraldo, Dan, Dan for Jono talk about how here I played again, the booming economy, and the and the and the spreading wealth in the country. You can't run against the there's no there's no spreading wealth in the country says the problem, there's no spreading of wealth. We've never had such a large income inequality. We never had so few people having all the money. And when they said that that that wage is going up three point two percent as I told you that's not true at all wages did not go at three point two percent, hourly wages real hourly. Wages went up like one point three percent. But let's use to the lie. The three point two percent. That's not even enough. And when the wages were not the biggest problem is you've got to make sure the wages are going to the right people to grow your Konami. And you wanna get those wages to the people who have the biggest purchasing power meeting. After they pay their taxes that there's there's they have disposable income left where they can take that money and go out and buy durable. Good items like big TV's or a van or without financing. Pay cash you need that money to go to the people with the biggest purchasing power. And of course, that's the middle class is not the wealthy. Explain yesterday wealthy. They don't go by anything. Okay. They have everything they just put extra money into power the rest of it the working poor. They what they're doing with their extra money is paying their back bills. But the middle classes shrunk so much now and the biggest thing you need the middle class to do as take that that disposable extra money, disposable income and start new businesses. Remember the middle class in this country is the backbone of the middle class the foundation and the businesses. They create is the backbone is the. Backbone of this country, so nurse saying how great the economy's expanding. It's not is going to view the very few people at the very very top. And the one in the money did go to the working poor. Unfortunately, it's not going to help them pay their back bills, but not going to grow our comedy. And that's why we have a serious situation. There are Connie's not growing. And so for Trump to come out and say that we have the greatest economy in the world. But yet we're going to do quantitative easing, which is the big fancy word, which means they're going to print more money. So they can buy more treasuries. So the interest rates come down and hoping that people go out and buy stuff, but that doesn't work because even with interest rates to zero if a guy's up to his neck and Danny's rather radio filed bankruptcy. He's not gonna go buy anything. He's not gonna go buy trailer by whatever. He unless she asked you what a light payments, not how it works. We'll.

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"bax" Discussed on The View

The View

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bax" Discussed on The View

"Subscribe now to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon and while you're at it rate us in labor review. Day. Hot topics are here because the view is live United State of the union for what God votes sides of the aisle cheering to the president's call for unity, not as two parties. But as one nation and house speaker Pelosi's Bax going viral. Oh, great. How the return of the measles has some parents areas and cleaning that anti vaxxers are putting their children's lives at risk. Plus former executive editor of the New York Times Jill Abramson on who's winning President Trump's war with the media. And if online news sites like BuzzFeed are helping or hurting the bat all. Let's fire up hot toppings with Whoopie. I'll be huntsmen joy Behar, sunny hostage and Meghan McCain. Now, let's get things started. Welcome to the. What be has the day off? I've been she has she's under the weather a little bit. I thank. Yeah. But we'll have her back hopefully tomorrow. So last night was Trump's second state of the union address. And before we didn't how we think he did I want to show one moment that made both sides of the aisle get up on their feet, watch exactly one century after congress passed the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. We also have more women serving in congress than at any time before..

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China factory activity shrinks for the first time in 2 years

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

China factory activity shrinks for the first time in 2 years

"About what's going to happen to Japan itself. Next year is the central Bank getting closer to tightening. What did we think Jay GB yields backer zero more or less on the ten year plenty of people putting their cash back into those JD B's now? So some interesting dynamics pulling Japan away again from the rest of the world looking at those haven flows. It's going to be an interesting time. See whether more appreciation comes from weather, central Bank is happy with that ultimately or whether it starts to push back at some point. Or I thank so much pulled Thompson for joining us here in the studio and for real time market commentary and analysis check out markets live L on your Bloomberg terminal. Let's now move on to some other stories that we've been looking out for you Mohammed El Ariane, the chief economic adviser at allience has echoed President Trump's opinion that the fed would benefit from a better feel for markets. He spoke to Fox News Sunday. Even the fed is understanding that it means to communicate better. In particular, one show that it is more sensitive to market what's happening outside the risk of spill Bax what the president has called better fail for what's going on second. The fed has to realize they cannot keep a really important policy tool on automatic pilot that it needs to be more sensitive to what's happening. And I think that the fed can gain control, and we can stop this self inflicted warns. Meanwhile, White House officials are reportedly trying to range meeting between President Trump and the fed chair Jerome Powell Trump has of course, been extremely critical of the central Bank chief in recent months. The US will welcome the new year with the government still in partial shutdown, and where the little indication of any imminent agreement to resolve the standoff, some four hundred thousand federal employees are working without pay in three hundred and fifty thousand furloughed President Trump has stepped up his attacks. On Democrats blaming them for the deaths of T children at the border with Mexico as he stresses his demand for wall funding. So that's the latest when it comes to US politics. Meanwhile, when it comes to politics on this side of the Atlantic. Italy's government has passed its budget at the eleventh hour, but as Bloomberg's John explains it don't be surprised if twenty thousand nineteen Ascherson further political uncertainty Italy's populace have pushed the two thousand nineteen budget three parliament, but big battles. Luma head deputy premiers metro Salvini and Luigi de mayo have to work out how to deliver on their promises and Salvini is rising opinion polls could mean a government shuffle or even an early election, especially if his league party scores highly in next May's European parliament vote in Rome, John lane, bring Burke, daybreak Europe. And the UK trade secretary Liam Fox says the chances of Brexit happening are only fifty fifty eighth parliament rejects Theresa May's withdrawal agreement. Fox told the Sunday Times that if lawmakers voted down the deal, there would be a sense of the government had betrayed the people who voted in the referendum. Folks, says it's a matter of honor four lawmakers toback may and he'd rather accept a throat agreement than risk. The failure of Brexit. And Japanese media reports say prosecutors have extended callers Goan stay in jail until the eleventh of January. It's the latest setback for the fallen auto executive who needs to get bail to start mounting his defense in a case that shocked the global car industry. The stood Nissan chairman stands accused of understating his income by tens of millions of dollars and of pulsing trading losses through the call makeup. Now, let's get you up to date with some other headlines from around the world. Here is Bloomberg's good morning, Markus. Dishes point minister shake casino has headed to a landslide victory and the national election reeling. Pontius one two hundred eight thousand three hundred parliamentary seats contested, Bloomberg's Iran desma reports the victory allows the ruling party to form a government for card Esther tar the opposition. Alliance. Led by commander San rejected the election as far Seagal citing voting FOX in Dhaka on the Bloomberg daybreak Europe after cutting taxes for low income households. French president Emmanuel Macron is turning to business to help him. Appease yellow vests protesters. Bloomberg's Ian horibin house more in an effort to address anger of inequality. It comes to crack down on business leaders patex in France. The government says it has examining the Texas situation of. Executives and we'll take measures if necessary to ensure they are French text residents in Paris William horibin, Bloomberg daybreak Europe patrols humping steps up off the case of southeast England after more migrants made it across the channel from France, the petition French authorities say they strengthening the joint efforts to stop the small boats. Naval historian, Chris Bellamy thinks the navy will end up getting involved. I think we'll see bits of it. But I think the more likely probably to see the marines. And of course, the afternoon forget the air force because the best way of surveying a large lump of water is actually from the air, and finding German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Turkey's president one to react with restraint and responsibility following US plans to pull troops out of Syria. Bloomberg's nNcholas comfort has the details. US led forces fighting state in Syria. Partnered an armed Kurdish wipe e fighters and president Donald Trump's assistant to the country has left those. Allies vulnerable to Turkey. Ankara says the group is an extension of the Kurdish PK who's been fighting for more than three decades in Frankfurt nNcholas comfort. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol than one hundred twenty countries guarantee. This is playing back, Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now, let's get to the

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Predictions for the Iron Bowl - Alabama vs Auburn

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:43 min | 3 years ago

Predictions for the Iron Bowl - Alabama vs Auburn

"Look at a couple of other games. This may not take long the iron bowl Alabama certainly with Georgia next week. What does auburn's path victory? Well, I I guess the only thing I can think of is I've looked at some things this week early in the week is I'm falling in love with his Alabama defense. And I think what tasha poi- has done with a brand new secondary. And losing so many great leaders from a year ago. They have come a long way from Louisville to where they are getting ready for the iron bowl, obviously those game raps and just an understanding of their sign mints with their there. When you face Gus malzahn, uptempo offense, if they're able to get some first downs, and you've witnessed this and they're able to create a rhythm. They're able to kind of get you on your heels and with all the jet sweep motion pre snap movement. They can affect your eyes, and they can affect the and all of a sudden you bust in assignment, which has been somewhat of an issue with this this Bama defense this year you bust in assignment. And next thing. You know, you got to you got an H back. That's live out. Nobody saw him play action fake the jet sweep and there's a guy out in the flat. Nobody picked up and they dump it to him and he picks up twenty five yards. It's gonna take moments like that for all. I think to get traction. They're gonna stems going to have to have time. But they're gonna have to come up with fooling Alabama, kind of smoking Miers lot of tempo. A lot of distractions with the pre snap movement and hope that affects the communication about Obama. And that they they've bussed coverage three or four times when they do they gotta make big plays. And they got a score on that that that that to me is the only way I can envision them staying in this football game. The other thing is I think Alabama's been dealing with some guys that have been dinged up at receiver. They, of course with two and Jalen I think now they're starting to get healthy. And I think that offense that that used to be like a video game until the Mississippi State and LSU game. I think that Auburn is going to be very. Challenged when when Bama gets into their four wide receivers said Georgia punished Auburn on those nickel Bax safeties trying to cover those inside receivers would not surprise me at all to see to try to make that same thing happen attack. The man the man that all plays by going after the linebackers and going after those Nickelback so bam is going to win the game. But Gus malzahn, man, he saves a few wrinkles for this game. And I wouldn't be surprised if if they get a few busted coverages and make a few big plays in the past game.

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Anti-Vaccination Movement Has Led to Rise in Eradicated Diseases

Conspiracy Theories

03:40 min | 3 years ago

Anti-Vaccination Movement Has Led to Rise in Eradicated Diseases

"And caused lawmakers in the Golden State to begin restricting reasons parents could opt out of mandatory vaccinations. Disneyland wasn't the only place outbreaks happened in two thousand fifteen but the high profile location brought attention to the importance of vaccination for many around the country and world there is currently no federal law mandating vaccinations for children, but every state in the union requires mandatory vaccination for any child that wants to attend public school of fifty states have opt out policies for medical reasons. Forty-seven allow? Emptions for religious reasons in seventeen we'll let you sidestep due to philosophical reasons. The exemptions for religious and philosophical reasons are coming under more and more scrutiny as outbreaks of diseases like the mumps and measles become more and more common across the US in state houses across the country. There are lobbying forces trying to pass laws to make vaccination mandatory for every child if they managed to do. So there will surely be a showdown at the supreme court to settle the matter for the next generation there may be a history of health risks and adverse reactions associated with vaccines, but given the alternative of widespread disease and death. Most would agree that the reward outweighs the risk. The fact that the western world has seen an end to many deadly diseases because of mass Bax nation would seem to prove that true. The official story holds that. While there is a risk of adverse reactions vaccines are generally safe and effective. But that's not the most interesting story. And maybe not the true story. There are countless conspiracy theories about vaccines. What's inside of them who's behind them? And to what end the only thing conspiracy theorists seem to agree on is that there is definitely some sort of nefarious agenda behind vaccination next week. We'll look at three of the most popular theories about the true purpose of vaccines. Conspiracy theory number one vaccines contain hidden chemicals meant to control the world population. We talked about the cutter incident if active polio could have been injected into children without anyone catching it could. That have been a test run for an evil plot to put other chemicals in vaccines for population control conspiracy theory, number two, drug companies are working in cahoots with the US government to make vaccines mandatory by law in order to maximize profits. This one is pretty popular because of the creation of the vaccine court in nineteen Eighty-six big pharma always seems to distance itself from liability for vaccine injury conspiracy theory, number three vaccines don't work in herd. Immunity is ally a lot of people gravitate toward this theory for one major reason booster shots if vaccines work as well as the authorities preach than wire booster shots needed. How can hurt immunity be as effective as they say? It doesn't always matter which explanation is the most likely people will cling to whatever story is the most intriguing even if it doesn't make sense at least there is all get pretty intriguing. They all tie back to a few suspicious details vaccine safety incidents government protections for vaccines makers mandatory vaccinations by law and well-constructed propaganda. We'll discuss the details next week. Thanks for tuning into

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