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09:00 min | 1 year ago

"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on KCRW

"Part there are videos online and in those videos, the dog seems to ask for things that she wants and actually look satisfied. When she gets them, it seems to work. Or does it Is this a breakthrough and pet communication? Or is it wishful thinking? Maybe it's some of both. Kcpw Sarees Castle. Some belly rubs first. Christina Hunger wasn't looking for a way for her dog to talk to her. But when she brought home an eight week old Australian cattle dog Catahoula mix that she found on Craigslist. She got curious. All I saw was all of the ways that he was communicating nonverbally with her eye contact with her gestures with her vocalization. I was watching house. He was understanding words so quickly making association. Between, you know would say outside. He runs to the door, and when we say no, she stop what she's doing, So I just thought, you know, I wonder if he had a different way to say words. She would be able to communicate more effectively with us. So she started looking for a device like what she was using. At work as a speech language pathologist. She uses all kinds of different tools to help Children communicate. One of those is something called in a a seaboard. It's a Siri's of buttons, and each of those buttons correspond with word When you press the button for something like water. You hear the word water So hunger started looking for one but for her dog, Stella, so I researched dog a thieves. You know, using speech therapy was dogs, all communication devices. And I was actually really surprised when I could not find anything that I was picturing because it just seems so obvious to me. So then I just rolled recordable A C button, and I saw these buttons that learning resource is made pop right up. On my screen. So she ordered the buttons. They came in a pack of four. Each button is black and about three inches wide. The base is a different color for each one hunger, set up the blue one on the floor of her house near the front door and recorded herself saying outside on it. When the button was pushed, you would hear hungers voice. So we're taking her out so frequently throughout the day that We had so many opportunities to practice, saying outside. Every time we took cell outside, we would push outside button with our foot they outside and take her out. Out the first couple of weeks. He started just standing near the button and looking up at me, and then she started barking at the button, and then she started walking and like Plodding at The area near the button, but not quite the bun. And then finally, she started actually plotting as the button and standing by the door. Hunger cap, modeling the outside button and after about three weeks, Stella used it for the first time, the day after, she said outside, she said, play that was the button they had been using when they would grab one of Stella's balls and fetch A day after she said play, she said water, which had been used to correspond with her water dish. From that point on, Stella was using the buttons independently. Two years later, she is using 40 different words. In the very beginning. She just was requesting basic needs. You know, she needed to go outside. She needed to have more waters, who wanted to play But Now we communicate about so much that's happening in the environment. He talks about what she sees. She talks about how she's feeling. We'll talk about Where she wants to go what she wants to dio. She notices that something different in the routine and we'll talk about it. So you know if we're eating way later than normal, so make a comment about it. So when I say she's not hawking and think she's not using words in the way the humans use words, she's communicating all over the place, and we can gloss those communications with human words. Alexandra Horowitz is a professor at Barnard College, Columbia University, where she heads the dog Cognition lab. She says that it's wonderful. The doctor Hunger and Stella have gotten people interested in dog communication. But that sell it isn't talking gadgets that help your dog communicate in human languages aren't really that new companies started selling what they claim to be bark translator is almost 10 years ago. Horowitz says. These things aren't exactly scientific, but they can be helpful in making sense of your dog's communication cues. It's not a translator of the dialogue, inner thoughts suddenly It's a training. It's an engagement between a person and dog over a long period of time. I'd rather that we just sort of, um there's the dog on their own terms and try to see what They're telling us in in their own language. I don't think it's harmful. I just at minimum, it will get people too. Listening to their dogs, right and carrying what they say. Which isn't always the case. Other researchers, arm or excited about the possibilities. Leo shot has a background in cognitive science and a I. He set up a company called Clever Pet in 2014 that builds a gaming system for dogs. Something to keep them entertained and engaged. While you're out of the house. Leo developed clever pet as a means to get a little glimpse into how dogs think Then last year, he saw something that completely changed how he was looking at his work. Christina Hunger and her dog, Stella. I was just like blown away. I was like this is going to change everything. He developed a set of recordable, eh, eh? See buttons specifically for dogs. Surmounted on a hexagonal piece of plywood with Velcro. He reached out to Dr Hunger and a few other dog owners that were using a A C with their dogs to get some users to test out his board. That's how he found Alexis Divine and her sheep a doodle bunny. All done walking for today, Buns. Yeah, we're home now. Oh, I love you, too. Bunny. Divine is a Washington dancer, an artist who saw hungers videos she adopted Bunny almost a year ago. And when she brought money home, she decided they would start using the board together Like Christina Hunger. They started with outside, and now she's up to 26 words. Divine says it's been a fun journey filled with surprises. I feel like once a day Bunny will do something that just sort of blows my mind to the point. We're like, OK, let's keep going. Let's see what happens next. She she's learning so quickly. It's just sort of an amazing process, so we'll take it as far as we can. In March, Trottier created a beta test group of about 30 people out of thousands of applicants to test a new A C board for dogs that he wants to bring to market. Ta says they're seeing incredible results is dog starts a master their boards before they had buttons before they could use their words, which is one of our one of the phrases. Use your words. Um Before that was possible dogs. We kind of just like wine and stare. And now when that starts happening, people say, Use your words, and it seems like the dogs wine less He says he sold out of his new A C board in just 11 days. Doctor Hunger thinks we're just scratching the surface of what is possible with dog a CV. I think a lot of people see Their own dogs and Stella and they see the things that she's communicating about, and the other ways that she's communicating and they're connecting it to their own pets in their own home and seeing how Big of a difference that could make and how much sense it makes. Horowitz. The more skeptical scientists also says there will always be a market for this kind of thing. Just by the virtue that humans want to hear their dogs. Talk to them. I'm one of them. I got my Chu. We need some recordable buttons. She's not telling me she loves me yet. But we are making progress. Outside. KCR w I'm serious castle after months of safer at home orders. The world less traveled. You're probably itching to get away for some kind of summer vacation. This killer airline and hotel deals are filling up your email inbox. They're hard to ignore. That's how Jason Welly felt I had some use it or lose it vacation,.

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"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on KCRW

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07:50 min | 1 year ago

"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on KCRW

"There are videos online and in those videos, the dog seems to ask for things that she wants and actually look satisfied. When she gets them, it seems to work. Or does it Is this a breakthrough and pet communication? Or is it wishful thinking? Maybe it's some of both. Kcpw Sarees Castle. Some belly rubs first. Christina Hunger wasn't looking for a way for her dog to talk to her. But when she brought home an eight week old Australian cattle dog Catahoula mix that she found on Craigslist. She got curious. All I saw was all of the ways that she was communicating nonverbally with her eye contact with her gestures with her vocalizations. I was watching house. She was understanding words so quickly making association. Between, you know would say outside. He runs to the door, and when we say no, she stop what she's doing, So I just thought, you know, I wonder if he had a different way to say where. She would be able to communicate more effectively with us. So she started looking for a device like what she was using. At work as a speech language pathologist. She uses all kinds of different tools to help Children communicate. One of those is something called in a a seaboard. It's a Siri's of buttons, and each of those buttons correspond with word. When you press the button for something like water, you hear the word water So hunger started looking for one but for her dog, Stella, so I researched dog a thieves. You know, using speech therapy was dogs, all communication devices. And I was actually really surprised when I could not find anything that I was picturing because it just seems so obvious to me. So then I just Who rolled recordable a thieve button. And I saw these buttons that learning resource is made pop right up on my screen. So she ordered the buttons. They came in a pack of four. Each button is black and about three inches wide. The base is a different color for each one hunger, set up the blue one on the floor of her house near the front door and recorded herself saying outside on it. When the button was pushed, you would hear hungers voice. So we're taking her out so frequently throughout the day that We had so many opportunities to practice, saying outside. Every time we took fell outside, we would push outside button with our foot they outside and take her out. Go out the first couple weeks, He started just standing near the button and looking up at me, and then she started barking at the button, and then she started walking and like Wadding at The area near the button, but not quite the bun. And then finally, she started actually swatting at the button and standing by the door. Hunger cap, modeling the outside button and after about three weeks, Stella used it for the first time, the day after, she said outside, she said, play that was the button they had been using when they would grab one of Stella's balls and fetch A day after she said play, she said water, which had been used to correspond with her water dish. From that point on, Stella was using the buttons independently. Two years later, she is using 40 different words. In the very beginning. She just was requesting basic needs. You know, she needed to go outside. She needed to have more waters, who wanted to play But Now we communicate about so much that's happening in the environment. He talks about what she sees. She talks about how she's feeling. We'll talk about Where she wants to go What she wants to dio. She notices something different in the routine and we'll talk about it. So you know if we're eating way later than Normal, so make a comment about it. So when I say she's not hawking and think she's not using words in the way the human views words, she's communicating all over the place, and we can gloss those communications with human words. Alexandra Horowitz is a professor at Barnard College, Columbia University, where she has the dog Cognition lab. She says that it's wonderful. The doctor Hunger and Stella have gotten people interested in dog communication. But that sell it isn't talking gadgets that help your dog communicate in human languages aren't really that new companies started selling what they claim to be bark translator is almost 10 years ago. Horowitz says. These things aren't exactly scientific, but they can be helpful in making sense of your dog's communication cues. It's not a translator of the dog's inner thoughts suddenly It's a training. It's an engagement between a person and dog over a long period of time. I'd rather that we just sort of them. There's the dog on their own terms and try to see what They're telling us in in their own language. I don't think it's harmful. I just at minimum, it will get people too. Listening to their dogs, right and carrying what they say. Which isn't always the case. Other researchers, arm or excited about the possibilities. Leo shot has a background in cognitive science and a I. He set up a company called Clever Pet in 2014 that builds a gaming system for dogs. Something to keep them entertained and engaged. While you're out of the house. Leo developed clever pet as a means to get a little glimpse into how dogs think Then last year, he saw something that completely changed how he was looking at his work. Christina Hunger and her dog, Stella. I was just like blown away. I was like this is going to change everything. He developed a set of recordable, eh, eh? See buttons specifically for dogs. Surmounted on a hexagonal piece of plywood with Velcro. He reached out to Dr Hunger and a few other dog owners that were using a A C with their dogs to get some users to test out his board. It's how he found Alexis Divine and her ship a Doodle bunny. All done walking for today, Buns. Yeah, we're home now. Oh, I love you, too. Bunny. Divine is a Washington dancer, an artist who saw hungers videos she adopted Bunny almost a year ago. And when she brought money home, she decided they would start using the board together Like Christina Hunger. They started with outside, and now she's up to 26 words. Divine says it's been a fun journey filled with surprises. I feel like once a day Bunny will do something that just sort of blows my mind to the point. We're like, OK, let's keep going. Let's see what happens next. She she's learning so quickly. It's just sort of an amazing process, so we'll take it as far as we can. In March, Trottier created a beta test group of about 30 people out of thousands of applicants to test a new A C board for dogs that he wants to bring to market. Ta says they're seeing incredible results is dog starts a master their boards before they had buttons before they could use their words, which is one of our one of the phrases. Use your words. Before that was possible dogs. We kind of just like wine and stare. And now when that starts happening, people say, Use your words, and it seems like the dogs wine less He says he sold out of his new A C board in just 11 days. Doctor Hunger thinks we're just scratching the surface of what is possible with dog a CV. I.

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11:18 min | 2 years ago

"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Welcome to smart sex smart love. We're talking about sex goes beyond the taboos and talking about love goes beyond the honeymoon. I'm Dr Joe Court. Thanks for tuning tuning in on today's show. I'll be discussing the secret reasons why sex's crucial to your life. Why sex is good for your health and how important physical intimacy is to a relationship with my guest. Dr Rachel Needle Rachel Needle is an expert on why the brain is our biggest sex Oregon and what couples can do to keep the passion alive in that relationship she received her side in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University and her B a hey in psychology from Barnard College Columbia University. Dr Rachel Needle is a licensed psychologist and certified sex therapists. She's in private practice at the center it from marital and Sexual Health of South Florida and runs a comprehensive group practice called whole health psychological center. Dr Needle is the CO director factor of modern SEX THERAPY INSTITUTE'S A continuing education provider company that trains medical and mental health professionals and certifies sex therapist around on the World Rachel has been quoted a number of popular magazines and newspapers such as details Glamour Cosmopolitan Washington Post and men's health and has written several articles for Glamour Magazines Online blog smitten. Welcome Rachel Hi. Thanks for having me Joe Yeah. Thanks for coming on. I really appreciate it so I want full disclosure for everyone. We're friends were colleagues and I am proud and happy to be partnered with you in your modern in sex therapy institutes for the LGBTQ I A and sex therapy for couples so I'm glad to have you on so oh happy to be here Joe and we're we're so excited that you are a partner in our institute. I really appreciated when you approached me and it was fun creating that program which will talk about in a minute but I want to ask who I if I could. You know being a sex therapist. People are listening. Some are are therapists themselves in some aren't people really don't know what a sex therapist is it. Would you mind sharing that sure so sex therapist can be a number of different things so mostly we are either mental health professionals or counselors who have specialized training in the area sex and sexuality so we do extra training on top of our degrees so mine is a doctor in psychology ecological psychology to be able to specialize in that area and I don't really feel comfortable with knowledgeable about sex and sexuality anything from gender orientation to behavior like in dysfunction function and function so we do a number of different things. That's really helpful for people to know that because people you know I don't know if you get this but I get this a lot as a sex therapists. Do you touch people in your office as it just talk therapy. Do get that a lot absolutely. I think that when you know the first thing that happens when I tell L. Somebody that I'm certified. Sex Therapist is they think sex arrogance and so you know in which case you you know do touch the client or can we don't we do talk. Therapy are licensed are still as in the mental health arena yeah exactly and can you tell people to sexual surrogate is so they know the difference sure so sexual there is somebody that that works with the client who oftentimes this struggling socially or doesn't have experience or for some actually some sort of disability who has not been intimate both emotionally and physically at times with a with any the other partner on understanding the body they give knowledge they help them feel comfortable being with someone learn how to touch often so it can be a variety of different things so so well said. I appreciate the distinction for people listening you know for the longest time as a th. I've been a therapist thirty four years and most of those years was I was not sex therapy trained I dealt with trauma sexual trauma sexual abuse out of Control Sexual Behaviors the formerly of outdated model of sex addiction and and people would heal and get better and then the reason I became a sex therapist is then I would be lost like okay so what's healthy sexuality for this person and so I found that I needed to get additional training about sex therapy because I I believe this and I know this was true for me. If therapists are not trained in sex the lead the client and to what they think is healthy sexuality for them and not for the client so my question to you is why is it important for therapists to talk about sex when working with their clients both individuals the Jewish couples yeah. I think that's a great question. I mean it is I mean even if somebody does not come in for sexual issues something something is going to come up again. You know sex is is ranges. You know in topics so you know it's not just you know both sexual desire or sexual function pinkish issues right. They might WANNA develop healthy sexual goals explore fantasies look at you know struggle with their gender their sexual orientation so when we don't own and everybody who comes in our office rate is going to have to Puke. Let's just even start there so it's important to have some knowledge and background even if you're not specializing sexual issues because loan behold something will come up whether it was messages they've received about sex that hasn't thinking differently about their own sexuality or struggling in a relationship even emotionally right and things will come up that we weren't. We weren't taught about so it's important that we have at least some knowledge even if you don't want to be a certified sex therapist but you know some knowledge on the area of sex and sexuality and feel comfortable talking about it right because that's the biggest issue I used to have. This comic can't find it. Anywhere just kills me. It was a therapist and the client can't and the clients on a Freudian couch and she says to her therapist Dr so and so there are some things that I don't tell you and the therapist response and I want you to know Mrs so-and-so how much I really really appreciate that and people laugh at that but it's it's not really funny because a lot of therapists are uncomfortable aren't they. Yeah a lot of people in general are uncomfortable talking about sex and so when it comes up and such and I can't tell you how many times I get referrals from other there which I which I absolutely appreciate not just the referral but that they recognize that it's outside of their bounds of competence so to work with somebody who they're continuing to work on just on the sexual issue and I do it a lot but one of the the things I say is set to both that there and the client is that there's going to be some overlap. I'm a psychologist so I don't just look at your sexual issue. When you come come up. Come in you know It is a difficult topic for many to discuss. That's such a good point because people do think that they'll say. Do you do anything else. They don't realize that I'm actually a regular therapist. Dealing with regular issues in addition to sex and most people think therapists any they're trained if their regular therapies are trained in Saxl so both are are not true right exactly and so it's important to be able to work with another their best but you know. I always say you you know. Let me help you so that you can do this on your own too so through kind of collaborating on the client sometimes they learn a little bit and then you know sometimes they're open to taking some of courses yeah and I always when I trained their desire. We say the number one reason that your clients might fire you is because of you're not trained in sexuality or Gender Issues News and they want to talk about that. And what do you think about when Esther Parral I agree with but I want to know what you think when she says there's two conversations when you're working with couples issue no one is the relationship conversation and another is the sexual conversation and one doesn't make the other necessarily better. What do you think about that. I agree as well. I mean you have to talk about both though and they're both oftentimes. GonNa come up and sometimes together sometimes separately. I've started to think because I've gotten more into the field that it's a little unethical. Maybe very unethical to not ask your couples or your clients around their sexual health were so oh driven to do everything else bio psychosocial other mental health but not their sexual health. What do you think of that. I think it's incredibly really important. I mean we know that you know couples are more experienced more better in increased couples satisfaction relationship satisfaction when they express higher satisfaction in their sexual relationship so we know that one in back to the other and so oftentimes when you know people learn more satisfied it's also satisfied with their sexual life and they're on the same page and they're experiencing a healthy and satisfying sex life so we know that's important research has shown us. Yes so tell me so that's great to know about couples and I'm sure people would like appreciate hearing that. What about individuals though how. How do they manage that when they're don't don't necessarily have a regular sex partner well. I mean that that's important as well. I mean the the level of importance depends on the person right but also also. We know that you know it. Sex is really good for our health and releases endorphins so it makes us feel good. If we're talking about like our mental health it can relieve tension. It can help asleep better which will lead a better quality of life. increase longevity even makes our brains functional so those are like things that contribute besides obviously contribute to our cardiovascular health and but we know that sexual hormones can lower rates of depression anxiety suicide. You know boost immunity so whether you're in a relationship or not not it's nice to be able to you know these are some of the benefits of of Orgasm. What do you think about masturbation. Would that be EPI sex for somebody in and help them with that yeah. Absolutely I mean there are many people that don't feel comfortable masturbating or you know have sort of this style of masturbating that they're not comfortable with so we help people become more comfortable with that Obviously you know it depends on the individual. We you know if this is something that you know. If somebody is you know. RELIG- due to religion and let's say not you know in favor masturbation. We talk about different ways that they can get pleasure. you know we don't push somebody to do something. They're not comfortable with her. They're not ready for but I mean we know that you know. Masturbation lease another held a number of health benefits in itself good for people to hear too. How do you when you work with couples? How do you help them keep their passion their sexual passion erotic passion alive so even it's not even just sexual that we you know things that we deal with we talk about about you know even just planning time together right because when you're disconnected and when you're not taking the time to connect you're less likely to be sexual with each other right nowadays especially when when you have two parents oftentimes out of the house you know working you have if you have children in the home or shots from work you know your often. You often spend a lot all the time together and when you do it's not free from distractions. So how many times have you seen couples sitting in a restaurant. Both of them had their phones out. You know so we help them on. You know we help them to look at reconnecting acting as well doing things that they did at the beginning of a relationship when we're at the beginning of a relationship and things are more exciting we tend to spend more time..

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"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on 710 WOR

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08:19 min | 3 years ago

"barnard college columbia university" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lease the never ending story. That is the college admissions scandal continues this time involving U C L A gonna take the first part of the story. So I know you have some things evolving crosstown rival USC. All right. Yes. So apparently one parent decided to pay to get their daughter into UCLA in Facebook stock by you two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Now, here's the best part. They said that she was a star soccer player. All right, except that she didn't even play soccer, which is remarkable for to me because remember UCLA USC or Eddie, the those types of schools in what's called the Pac twelve now that is division one. And as you know, that's the one where you could go on to do things professionally or become an Olympian. And that's the best of the best division. One. Right. Those biggie schools. So I just found that very interesting that they decided to try to pass this off. Like, hey, here's our is this big soccer player. And and, you know, the the the forged the pictures and everything else like that. So. Yeah. So what happens when she gets to school because you just say, hey, I got injured during the summer the light going. So I have an idea, by the way. Yeah. So it's a great idea. So here's what you do. If you're UCLA the punishment for the parents and unfortunately for the kid, and maybe she didn't even know what was going on her name's Lauren Ike ISAACs. All right. So and you make her play goalkeeper the entire seasons horrible balls or just being peppered adder. What the hell is that she wouldn't be able to stop them, obviously. And they lose like nine nothing. There's your punishment right there. Baby. Boom. Meanwhile, Scott Laurie Laughlin daughter Olivia, j you know, this is Vardi, obviously interesting. She's now furious at her parents for quote, unquote, ruining everything. She's exactly right. Yeah. And you know, what for all these kids who find out about their parents for doing this? I mean, it's so horrible for the kids to assuming they don't they didn't know about it. Right. Wouldn't you feel like, hey, mom and dad you had so little faith in me? You thought it was such a idiot that I couldn't get in on my own. I mean, once you have a different last name, by the way, why she Jade, no. I mean, I'm the parent. I pay all this money to get into school. You're keeping my name. Maybe that's I don't know. Anyway, anyway, so you asked about USC university of southern California. They they've revoked admission from some of the applicants. I guess about six of them. Okay. They've done that. And some of the other schools Wake Forest university says student that was mentioned in the indictment is still remained enrolled. But they're going to kind of take a wait-and-see attitude as are some of the others Yale sort of came out and said, look, you know, we've had this longstanding policy that we can resend an application if we if we find out that you lied gorse. But you know, we we're been examining if they're kind of sticking with the policy of of where examining them on a case-by-case analysis, and we'll get back to you. But USC has rescinded some of them. So the Domino's our volunteer at my wife had a really good idea. What ranches to share this? And she says like a lot of kids when they're going to enter college. They they can't declare a major, no. Maybe they don't know what they want down there still growing not until the second year usually is so to choose a career right in and go to a big school. And I know that you could take other courses, besides whatever your major is. Sure. But. Detail that money like we talked about NYU before. Right. And it costs like seventy thousand ago, there Georgetown's even more dukes even more I know those early schools, but even the state's goals like Maryland, I went to fifty five thousand if you go out of state intricate, Colorado state, you come into another state. You're going to be paying that. Oh god. Yeah. I'm talking to you out of state, but even like in state Rutgers for me, New Jersey is still an astronomical amount of money. So why allow them a year for the kid to experiment in terms of? Well, I don't really know what I wanna do. So my wife says, you know, what I think that our kids if they don't know definitively. What they wanna do. They could go to community college for one year live at home. And when they figured out then go have your college experience. That's what I did. Is that what you did Yakima valley community college for year spent about four hundred dollars in in tuition and fees? I lived at home, I work two jobs and transferred to Columbia. Yeah. Kind of look at you differently. Now, we'll see over in a totally different now perspective. Money. I know you did. Yeah. I was the editor of my paper and roller girl like in the you know, where you go to a drive drive inner drive through. And then you pull up on the roller skates with the order. Was that you what my job two jobs. No, no. I had a couple of jobs. I worked at the Yakima herald, which is a paper, and I drove kids around and I. Modeling out. Now, I I can't ride you had a couple of jobs, but you didn't model model at some point. Now as a waitress a bunch of just regular old job approached about modelling at any point. I don't remember. But would know that something that's kind of like by circumstances store? You remember I. Trevor I do remember what are you got a maximum girl? Do you? Remember, my parents that I laughed about it. And you said, I'm keeping my clothes on Sarah. I'm knocking house for naughty. Little pitchers. Really do we have any photos from that? No. That's the point is. I didn't do it. Yeah. But they had to get some sort of photos. I don't know they approached you know. No, yes. No. Yes. Yes. What stage white like soya like at the beach or something and today, you can model for us? I was actually this is so funny. Your is. I was. And my junior year, this was out in college, and my junior year in college, I was working as had gotten a scholarship, and I was working at ladies from journal and went on a photo shoot. And at that photo shoot the people. There said my gosh, you could be a model, and I said that's ridiculous. And that was kind of just left it at that Brealey regret, not pursuing my parents, and I laughed about it. Yeah. But I mean, that's that's fairly easy money. I would think I I've I worked for ladies home journal. I had a bunch of different jobs that for literary agent. I worked I've worked since I was like thirteen really, okay. From ladies home journal to to the penthouse literally the whole right to the penthouse suite happy with are. No. Thank you very much. Okay. Very good. This is good. This is the first time you've actually revealed something where you didn't want to reveal. But eventually you did I hadn't thought about it in new years. Right. The whole time I'm thinking that she's the girl that they talk about do oddity there. She was just walking down the street thing. Did he do laughed about it? All right. That's possible. Very fascinating model lease now. I actually not Molly. But anyway, the po-point was yes, I went to Yakima valley community college. In fact, I was aspect years later as the commencement speaker. And I got the annual the alumni of the year award, and I'm very proud of that year at the community college. So my point is it was a great education. I got is had wonderful teachers, and you get a you can get. Harvard went from there to Barnard college Columbia University had never been to New York. It's quite a jump from Trinity College. I go to Columbus Ohio to from Yakima to to New York City doesn't isn't that. Isn't that just the usual route? That's great. Okay. Well, good every day. I'm going to get something out of you that people didn't know before. Now, that's scary things you didn't know about Lee's every day during the week. But anyways, I really think that's no, I think that's a great idea. Because you don't really know. I was seventeen eighteen is a good idea. Agreed. When we come back, we wrap this puppy up and talk about a queens man who suddenly couldn't use his credit card because.

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"We're talking about the big bang theory of sick named after the origin of the universe itself. An actor Simon Helberg plays an aerospace engineer on the show. But in realize can't a question for me about the real big bay. Let's check it out. Okay. I this is I can answer this really quickly. But and I know there are theories about the the moments before the the big bang, not the pilot moments before the big bang theory pilot. I was on a show called studio sixty I'll answer that question. No moments before the actual big bang. What can I is there a way to intellectually wrap my mind around what was going on before the big thing? We've tried. Okay. And the best discussions today which have Kojin arguments for why we should think this is that our universe is part of a multi verse. Yes. And if you're part of a multi verse you can step back in a higher dimension. And sale. Here's the universe that that Simon Helberg and Neil Tyson around and that just expanded it just began right there. That's it's big bang. Right. And then it expands and then comes the TV show big bang theory. And that's that universe. Here's another university began a little later another one began a little earlier, some universities don't expand forever. They might collapse. Some have slightly different laws of physics life. Does not begin in those might have even better was a physics for a more interesting form of life than perhaps web forms and hours. And so maybe the multi complex is what's he turn? All okay. And that doesn't have a beginning. Or may have a beginning. Maybe it does. But it is what spawned our universe. Let's the beginning. A very beginning doesn't that just when you think about it don't is just cross and you just go to sleep. It's a it's a it's a philosophical, intellectual and scientist. Frontier. Yeah. And plus the universe never makes anything in. Once. We thought earth was special into one eight planets the sun the sun, especially one of one hundred billion Suns the galaxy one of one hundred billion galaxies these discoveries over the centuries. Right. But we have universe. Right. Why? Would it only be one right? Let it be many. And that would be just the next in the sequence of learning rules of three in comedy. I guess the university is the funniest of the mall like you said sense of humor, but any more than three universes. It's not funny up be sure to listen place. Joining us now to help us get into the science of the actual big bang is theoretical physicists channel eleven Janelle. Professor Barnard college Columbia University. So how would you describe the big bang? Well, I think what how would you grade my answer? I thought you answer is excellent. Actually, the idea of a scientific notion of the origin of the universe. We know dates back not to Einstein himself, actually, but to people who are trying to solve his equations and realized that it was the universe was really unstable to expanding stable to expanding. Meaning you wanna That do that? all myself. Yeah. It just it's really hard to stop it. And if you run the movie backwards, there's this inevitable implication that everything was closer together. The entire universe was closer together. And as you imagine going further back in that movie. There must have been this catastrophically high-energy event..

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