20 Burst results for "Basf"
Alejandro Chaoul | Opening to Deep Stillness | Guided Meditation
"Welcome my name is Alexandra Joel than. Going to guide you into a short meditation. To be connected. With your breath your body. Three mind. Pay attention to that sound of the bell until it dissolves into silence. And let that silence be an invitation to bring a mind in words connect your breath. As you breathe Anna. Trying. Guide. Your breath to breathe in a now through your nose. Sometimes. You want to excel more through the mouth, but for this meditations, see if it's okay. To breathe in and out through your now. And as you're breathing. You slowly letting go. Of that last conversation. Maybe last text or email. In. Ping more present in this moment. Has Your God your brass. No. Notice as it comes to your chest and you can breathe the lower. Towards abdomen. And then back again through now. Keep on breathing into your abdomen if it's comfortable, you can bring more on hand both hands right in front of your belly Baltin. And field that breath. Well. Come into your abdomen that made inflated like a balloon as you breathe in. As you lad co the air. Pre Out. Again breath in through your nose into your abdomen. BASF few now. As you keep on breathing in this way. You might slowly be listening the relaxation risk. If it's constable, close your eyes but not to die. Or if you prefer MMM open them slightly looking to the tip of your nose downwards in a peaceful. Games. As you still breathe from your nose into your abdomen and bathroom knows finding a rhythm. That is comfortable. Comfortable to. Maintain. Focus. Comfortable that if you lose the focus to come back to your Brown. You can visualize your breath green light. This green relates to the element of air in Tibetan tradition.
"basf" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast
"Worst things because they're very religious zealots. Oh My Gosh. Yeah what so. What have you guys been doing on your on your home rest? I know tips been laying down Recording himself song. Like how often would you say you shave yourself to a every other day? Okay every other day go even though you are incomplete self-isolation yeah. Yeah I like that. You'd basically because if you if you if I ended up waiting longer than every other day. Then it's much more irritating to my skin to shave Quality entertainment on a slander process to. I haven't been doing much. Been doing coding. And then like watching movies. With my daughter I watched Onward last night also watched onward. Yeah I thought it was. I thought it was pretty good. I don't think it was. I don't think it's a top Tier Pixar movie because it's kind of. It's a little bit by the numbers like you. Watch the first fifteen minutes of the movie. You know everything that's going to happen for the rest of the movie. And I there are some elements like I think. The main character scenes like animation didn't feel on par with Looks good but I didn't think it looked as high quality is I also felt like the characterization was A lot simpler than generally in Pixar movies. They didn't feel like realistic characters. They felt like Everyone had one Thing that defined their character. Yeah but overall I still feel like it was pretty good. I liked the idea of the story. They on this does. Are these main characters. Live in a world where magic was a thing. And they're all like they lived in a world where it was Lord of the Rings and then some people actually it was D- Dod because of a Lord of the rings didn't have gelatinous cubes and then someone developed electricity. And everyone's like it's too much work to learn magic. We're just GONNA DO technology instead of like this. Is the Pixar movie. Yeah so like BASF into the future our main characters living in a world where drives cars and everything but magic still exist. Everyone's just too lazy to do it. And then our main character essentially has lost his father and he really wants to meet him and there's like he's basically gave them a gift of like a magic spell that will let them see them for one day. Then thing about it is like I was looking at it and I was like. What's the parallel supposed to be here with modern day because the parallels that I kept seeing? We're like like his old brother who's obsessed with all the old stuff and all that is is the parallel there. It seems like someone who's obsessed with A civil war reenactment or vikings or anything that racist people love from the past. Well I think the parallel is actually just someone who's like a DVD ner but if etc deedee Israel which really muddies the waters their World War India Israel. I mean the the movie is all about how The values of the past are better and we should go back to them which is not a great value to promote. I think he can run a political Campaign off that and win me. Yeah I like a gift with the I think. The moral of the story was more about like valuing Stop valuing this daljit value. What you have like. The main character headed a nostalgic idea. Wanted TO MEET HIS DAD. When and then at the end of the movie he realized his little brother.
Keith Recker on Color as Narrative
"Guest in the studio is Keith. wrecker who is the author of a new book true colors world masters of natural dyes and Pigments Heike. Hey how are you both pretty good Keith how did you get into color. I have to say it's been a long and winding road I come come from a background of poetry and literature and of course you know when you have that background you have to do something and I ended up having to separate careers. Maybe three three one and big retail as director of home furnishings at Saks fifth avenue gump San Francisco and Bloomingdales Direct Response and another career nonprofit as head of aid artisans As founder of the hand Eye Fund and hand eye magazine and currently as pro bono creative director of the international folk art market based Down Santa Fe and my third career has been in Trenton color forecasting with Panton. WGN A little bit with Stylus of really trying to inject a sense of adventure creativity relevance to their client base. Now when we did our episode where we interviewed Donna. Karen that was was She had part of the international folk art market in the urban store and and we were surrounded by products from that market But she didn't really talk about the interview. Can you tell us a little bit about the international folk art market. Yeah absolutely you were surrounded In the urban zone holiday market by I think it was twenty nine different artists from all over the world mostly textiles in that In that collection and the things ranged from the most amazing handspun Kunia hand-knit by artisans in Argentina And the group. That does these. Things is part of have a biosphere management program in the high dry plains of Argentina where Kunia are an essential part and the Kunas harvested the incan way where the village surrounds the Vicuna. So that there's no sense of panic. They slowly move in until the animals can be sheared It's a really touching story so you have. You were surrounded founded by twenty-five stories with that kind of depth and historic resonance And the folk art market is an annual event in Santa Fe. Happens every July. We bring together between one hundred sixty and one hundred eighty artists from all over the world fifty plus countries and they're bringing the best of what they make from a traditional point of view view sometimes from a personally adventuresome creative point of view sometimes from recycled and cutting edge social point of view. It's a real mix of creativity city that from our us-based experiences seems very out of the mainstream and therefore terribly exciting and motivating they must get a lot of just going to that and and meeting each other and seeing what they all do all around the world you that that must be just such experienced for an artisan who works in the community services that do the same thing and then meeting artisans who do wildly different things from other parts of the global. You've already understood the thing that the artists themselves I liked the best about it. They love exchanging topics with each other. Whether it's how to whether it's Oh my God you should try this. Sometimes they get together and collaborate after the market so somebody shares of an all white Chikan embroidery piece from Lucknow and they send handed off to one of their new friends to be dipped in indigo to be Bandini tie-dyed to to be transformed into something subtly and beautifully different so the exchanges which is really the magic plus the sales a lot of folks walk away from the market with a years worth of income in their pockets based on a twenty two hour event. We sell a around three three point. One two three point. Four million dollars worth of product in twenty one hours and all. The skit paid out Two days later so in five days you go from setup to pay out and reviewed archie. It's an amazing operation. It sounds like a really tight knit community than really so. Is it hard hard to join that community or WHO's finding new artisans for that. It's a very tightly jury. Joe Artists from all around the world apply online pictures and text and their two juries. There's a group of academics from museums around the world. Mostly around the. US who look at it from the point of view is of is this this really rooted in a cultural assets right that we recognize that there's techniques color languages languages motif. Is it routed somehow in community entity heritage and then the second group answers the question. Is this gonNA connect with the market. Does it represent a product. Does it represent a look. Does it represent a price is point and of course is it super beautiful. I mean that's that's the first question that we have to answer before we even proceed to the further analysis so those two groups are responsible. Secure eating something. That really is unique in the world. There's nothing like in the entire world so between that and what you're describing in your the book about being in touch with all these natural colors ways of getting color from the earth from plants a lot of this is about being in touch with what what you're making an and how it's being made and we talk about the supply chain a lot but most people aren't really at the root of their supply. I Chan they don't they don't go back to you. Know Not alive designer. Spent much time in cottonfields looking at different types of cotton as they're growing what the fibers look like in different fields. They get finished product. Kind of textiles What does it do for the world? If if people are more in touch with this I would love to answer your question in a complicated way. Cleans that's what the show is more. I think we need to look at the heritage Jane even as we look at the supply chain If you look back at how how we got where we are today in terms of what we make and how we make it into textiles especially The eighteen fifty six invention of the first synthetic dye. Mo- Oh Wien right by a teenage English chemists Perkins totally by accident. He was working with coal tar to try to find a synthetic Quinine quinine substitute right to treat malaria and the colonial era of of the British empire and he discovered that something that he was making Would dissolve Alvin Water and color rags in really very attractive sharp Purple Reddish purple. That unleashed the willful exploration exploration of using a lot of petrochemicals to substitute what were centuries thousands and thousands of years of heritage so for example the company that became. BASF right the maker of the cassette tapes that some of us are old enough to have fetish started off by making making synthetic indigo and interestingly the synthetic indigo they made did not appeal because they had not really captured that the full charm of indigo go went beyond just the indigo molecule. They had to go backward and realized that. Indie Ruben. A red molecule that would form in the process of indigo dyeing was needed to give the color depth so they had to go back and explore. Why Nature was so much more beautiful than what they were at first capable of making in any case since eighteen fifty six we have lost so much knowledge? If you and I walked down the street today and Looked at what people are wearing down the street and we asked ourselves well. How would you ever get that color? Are we using anything other than a chemical would have zero insight. Chances are right. We've left all that behind so the heritage chain I think has impoverished the richness understanding That we used to have about what comes from our world and how it's made and how valuable it is. We've gotten to a point where we're so distant from our heritage chain that things have the virtue of plastic bags of disposable valueless product after they've faded in the washed twice were done. There's a statistic out there that eighty percent of the clothing we buy ends up in a landfill within one year. And it's because we're so oh distant from people culture heritage skill invention and talent that the things we buy are not worth holding onto so then we go to the supply chain right and there really is in as an extension of this heritage chain a set of material knowledge judge that is still relevant in making textiles. It still relevant in making clothing and it's waiting for us to study at more and to really really incorporated into responsible valuable fashion creation.
"basf" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Tensions it will affect global growth and that might affect the growth of the demand for your. Product I haven't seen that yet about seventy percent of what we make goes into consumer. Products and so if you look at the strength of the, consumer if you're in, China consumer strength is. Good if you're in the US consumer strength is very good right, now so I haven't seen it have an impact. There we'll have to watch that and see if that starts the back things. Up talk to me about the spinoff of Dow because you all down Japan is going in a split. Direction one of your competitors BASF is going in the opposite. Direction so what's the strategy of the spin off And how does that put. You in a better competitive advantage going forward When we brought the two companies together one of the key ideas was to take the businesses of the two and spend that out because we felt, it would get a higher multiple on. The market on the material side we will, be still an integrated company we may not have the breadth of up but, we'll still be an integrated company in the six businesses that we're in but we'll be much more focused and that will allow us to be better capital allocators we move forward and and we'll be able to continue to invest. In organic gross to keep the growth rates that we talked about earlier whereas in the old Dow where thirteen businesses to service and we had allocate capital across thirteen different businesses kind of hard to keep them. All up and keeping up with pace of GDP growth around the world Talks what jobs it is jobs. Day so we have to ask you about jobs charter actually shows the number of employees in the chemicals and plastics over time going back to nineteen ninety eight obviously it all dip down in two thousand nine It's come back some chemicals is the white number blue plastic the blue although not newly. The level that it was going back to two thousand or so, experience at Dow with employment it's coming back obviously with all the facilities that we've built we've had a. Fair amount of hiring. What we've also had a. Big change and demographics so as we move to be more digital and build the digital Dow, we're moving more into robotics and end to sensors into data analytics or. A, different mix of people people with IT experience we need more skilled trades so even though the numbers are coming. Back more slowly than, they have been in the past the mix has shifted thirty five to forty percent of my workforce today, millennials we're hiring at the rate of about. Two thousand employees per year because you have to. Replace generation that's.
Epic Games makes a big announcement for ‘Fortnite’ on Android
"Nineteen seventy six book the selfish gene the video premise imagines that people haven't ever evolving online data record which foster calls the selfish ledger and in the future how tracking behavior can determine the direction of how that behavior might have your desired result google tells the verge that the video was designed to be provocative and didn't relate to any specific products in development papoz mine is that'll swedish payments provider for two point two billion dollars in an all cash deal which is pay pows biggest purchase today's the deals expected to close in q three of this year is co founder and ceo jacob dear will report to pay pal coo bill ready is that'll filed for an ipo just over a week ago apple paid one point five billion euros into an escrow account set up by the irish government to hold thirteen billion euros in disputed taxes in august of twenty sixteen the european commission ordered apple to pay the taxes it ruled it had received as a legal state aid apple in ireland are both appealing that ruling last october the commission said it was taking the matter to the european court of justice over delays in recovering the money been rumors all week and now local news station in raleigh north carolina w r a l reports apple is set to open second headquarters there back in january apple said it wanted to establish a second headquarters beyond its cupertino california base and hire an additional ten thousand people w r a l reports the only hurdle apple faces now in raleigh is local legislators passing a bill to give apple a package of tax incentives tech companies already in the area include ibm cisco emc basf merck glaxosmithkline and pfizer and finally epic games announced that fortnight is coming to android the summer features will include a customizable head up to spl a new voice chat function exclusively for mobile epoch says it's also working on features like firing and auto run improving performance and introducing a battery saving mode and accessing in games two ticks while on mobile fortnight came to.
"basf" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The first ones we announce the d basf occasion program ba'ath party was saddam hussein's that the party for which he governed it was sunnidominated and we officially banned many involvement in government so they were they were fire and it went down fairly deep because i remember reading there's an on paper i did were actually did apply these this logic to the case of iraq so de basf occasion in effect you've created a political organization to run insurgency the second mistake was we we essentially cashier the iraqi army uh so now all of a sudden on a potential rebel group has a an organized trained and equipped army they don't have to recruit individuals and trained them uh over a long period of time we owe a regular army and in a third thing was a rather sudden privatization of all stateowned assets in raqqa which meant a lot of those shutdown in people lost their jobs so now you have a large civilian population with grievances against the current government so those are the three elements you need to mount an insurgency lo and behold there we had one there is a gruesome category called death rate uh this has fluctuated time in iraq but a theory is that as more people died the pressure mounts for a settlement well actually this was the one finding that it turns out the our expectations were wrong we would expect that the higher the casualty rates the more willing both it would be too to make a peace agreement the evidence is been pretty consistent that in fact the opposite happens the bloody of the civil war is the less able they aren't reach a settlement i i think probably was the reason for that is this less.
"basf" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Amendment or something along those lines now what's happening it was an interesting to note is that there's nothing there either what this is about is still simply let's try something so far moeller has indicted four people forget that thirteen people diesel russian botch last week i know he's people where he gives the hail mary they had to do because the member why did that happen at the very time same kind of people were asking why did the fbi dropped the ball regarding that florin investigation why didn't the fbi respond to the name of this kid i s p of this kid pictures of the kids in charge of the palpable all of a sudden we got an indictment far remember the first two indictments were of course manafort and gate that predates true that's the by ukraine now the other one to public dobelis and flynn dow basf point is recently this federal judge said i want you to consider general flynn entertaining and when a judge does is on his own souiss bond to you i mean something you might want to consider a motion to withdrawal you are plea so they've got nurse this has been going on joe since july of toilet you know and we we gotta go led the cities that we knew what we end up because nobody watching over this my my my main trucks is w who's watching over wiz inspector general it's twenty million dollars how much how much is spongebob muller making how much is this guy making loans gotta be making a couple of million bucks when does it end who has the power to end what is session even doing what is he i would start firing peeve laugh and ride yeah because one thing he said you know eric holder i liked him at least he was loyal he has no loyalty clear out we cut hold pigs they.
"basf" Discussed on KOIL
"The thank you for joining us so that i ramsey show in detroit michigan to'readjust i'm doing pretty good about you know better than i deserve what's up i didn't question for you i'm paid off half monday over probably left eight months and working on the rest for the upcoming year good and my question com uh for you i like your opinion on for um merson basf investing fifteen percent in a roth ira raise i had kind of a different mindset for retirement and which i'd put the money two my plan i was thinking about was putting money into a rental property and that would be kinda sidestepped me put me over into retirement eventually uh versus my current job now we're gonna find out from you your opinion on investing in the ah investment property the first is the roth ira race i wouldn't do it versus but i i would definitely do both uh the uh what's your household income um well see and class i checked in about one hundred and five thousand taka chill fifteen thousand dollars a year is fifteen percent of your income delay going into baby step four in roth ira raisin 401 k is in good growth stock mutual funds fifteen thousand dollars a year will not put you in the real estate business the adam and pay off the only be one or the other knowledge y'all has not it's not you're missing the point is not one or the other because you're suggesting that fifteen thousand dollars a year by be stepped four should be done in your real estate and i'm saying it's not enough to get you in the real estate oh i became binuya fifteen thousand dollars a yet to buy properties than properties are looking at her between thirty and thirty and sixty thousand that bring in some okay rent i figured that'd be a starting point yeah i would add that in addition to fifteen percent going into your roth ira and 401 case the 15000 going into those things is not going to keep you out of the real estate business nor is it gonna is it enough to get you into the real estate business and so you know i i'm just gonna do my real estate over and above baby step four if i'm in your shoes it's what i've done by the way and i'll tell you the net result all these years later justin i'm fifty seven years old um i've got millions.
"basf" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
"It's highly these days and and if you look at the big players and both hyper converge in secondary storage you know it's a lotta google tech under the covers as well and so you know the the the google for every one aspect is actually coming to be more than people realize yet on whether you win you really dig into the next version of infrastructure the next version of applications yet definitely it's definitely authored sort of like an and uh you know i don't know if people would still remember this but there used to be a a company called basf who would have his commercials that would say we don't make the whatever we don't make give the fabric for your jacket we make it better or we don't make the of the stuff that makes your skis go downhill faster we make it better it koogle is kind of becoming an ingredient in in trying to make a lot of other things better round the question will become is that a position they want to be an or they want to be sort of front and center of of what's going on so i did think that were there was sort of interesting thing so on other could raise frontmen them will jump into to other things you know we covered a lot of it uh a lot of companies adopt a coronet eased you know people like docker sort of you know stopped doing their own throughout their cildren their own thing but you know they're adopting coup bonetti's mazes adopting could raise it was very interesting this year though in austin a couple of weeks ago at q kahn is it it suddenly went from you know a kubanov is doing well and you know there's there's a few companies are really leading it was google and red hat and a few others and and then everybody jumped on board and then the thing that sort of flipped i mean like immediately flipped overnight and this is the typical opensource phenomenon it was 0 karez boring it's a commodity don't worry about it anymore let's focus on something else like literally it whether a it had been been adopted by everybody for five minutes and then the opensource moody was like aboard let's move on let's not only guarding ones here that he isn't cool go find something else he's got a gadget out.
"basf" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For the time being used basf against jacksonville thirty poin allowed as i think there is a much better chance of la not running all over and around the sea hawks defense but not been nearly as anemic i think it was 16 thirteen with five turnovers the last time those two teams played his exact term fixing ten in that game was in los angeles on that's a major homefield advantage but obviously is a tough challenge to go on the road to seattle and win at that stadium in that atmosphere i think la finds a way to be much more competitive offensively i think i still would pick this the sea hawks though in a game that you mentioned the patriots and steelers were the defacto maybe percy in the afc game list feels like the defacto nfc west championship in our nfc west title crown i guess whatever you want to call it the sunday brownsboro and thirteen facing the ravens and he chancery and have another winless descibing so yeah i think you're tumbling toward a l it it's it's ridiculous in is on fortunate in its thanks for the fans but a roster that bad quarterback play that unsteady yeah and there that devoid of playmakers were you know it's i think owns eksteen's it's were were were discount on the dais there's a parade for that own cleveland maybe certainly like no i think some of these can round about all fairly is actually happening almost sixteen approach the funny about the whole brown's thing in it and it it isn't funny but it is it's that because sashi brown's outta there endorsing the new gms in and he's just trashing the previous regime yeah bowie deeper dust is still there advice crazy so is this i gathering where he say they didn't draft any one yeah i i just saw the quote earlier on twitter his leg they didn't pick up they didn't draft real players that in the draft roleplayers okay guys are here before yeah okay so the fake players are on roster now they're still they're trying to finish out the season some of the people that helps scott out those fake players are are there and it could be the worst quarterback class in history in this draft and he would probably just take whoever the first guy was because of everything that's happened with the browns right and he the.
"basf" Discussed on The Paris Review
"After six tries basf was the only one who said he'd come over he answered the phone yes this is beer so i said hey this is lb and he laughed real slow i told him i had a floor job and he said he was my man he could come any time they figured he was a smart alec in his twenties goodlooking with tattoos and spiky here a pickup truck and a dog he didn't show on the day he said he would but he called the next day said something had come up could he make it that afternoon sure later that day i saw the pickup heard him banging on my door but it took me a while to get there i get bad arthritis and also i get tangled up in my oxygen hose hold your horse is a yelled bf was holding on to the wall and to the banister gasping and coughing after he climbed the three steps he was an enormous man tall very fat and very old even when he was still outside catching his breath i could smell him tobacco and dirty wool rank alcoholic sweat he had bloodshot baby blue eyes that smiled i like tim right away he said he could probably use some of that air of mine i told him he should get him a tank but he said he was afraid he'd blow himself up smoking he came on in and headed for the bathroom it's not like i needed to show him where it was i live in a trailer in there aren't too many places it could be but he just stumped off shaking the place as he walked.
"basf" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Outdoors dean permissible to argued school and and they're interested we'll talk to them about a pretty significant scholarships and by the way donors have provided most of those scholarship opportunities that's awesome well obviously something gene a lot of us want to preserve our heritage and you guys you're doing that scholastic greatly excited about what you guys are doing it montebello ju ju gave a few examples gene and one that really stuck out to me was a young man that what's going to go to college at all until he learned about what you're doing very intense john just wasn't than pursuing a legal high school but we met grand just talked to him and told about the program he immediately almost immediately signed on and now grabbed his junior rousing junior at our three point two p a in business changing stuff and at the same time hunting and fishing in an outdoor skills john involved i loved that we see basf growing and are all across the country and outdoor skills to be dragged or pigs but you guys are due in asia that all over the south and even beyond all nations not all students from backrow travel extensively found was that we had kids who died in hospital but rabin hunting out west or had never been offshore fishing so we've provided trips to them mostly again due to flat thrapy and was in the bahamas our outdoor scholar students fishing for blue marlon for a week before that we weren't on khan's neighborhoods duck and gagged fishing with our students several times and and really goes on for yetsin beautiful south louisiana marshall the rocky mountains or an island in the northeast bahamas you shot uh ten sidebyside when you were a youngster and that made a big impression onto your life it really odd my parents taught me what a significant responsibility it was to uh to have a shotgun in the when i was a young man i need to to to all my parents out of the house to use that far in putting it back safely in i also shooting my first green wing thiel when i was seven years old and information obtained classify adding an hov uh native much more politically correct nature now on names scared even say or move that's another reason why this is such a bold move.
"basf" Discussed on WRVA
"Farmers really are on the front line because they are in a pesticide sort of driven independent foodproduction system pushed by montana to pod dow basf and others they're using an array of these things that are linked to a host of visas now our government right now is trying they've been doing this for years or gained what they call an agricultural health steady tracking like eighty thousand farm family members and trying to get a handle on the diseases and what the farmers that the aegean and trying to link different pesticides to the different diseases on the really hard thing to do you know um we know we know they're kontum problems but it's hard to tie one specific disease to one specific is it difficult to get studies done to test for this whoa if i made it definitely is very expensive and who pays for well the the studies that are submitted generally to the regulators like to are epa are paid for by the company they you know they had to have been done uh they pay scientists right the research review paper what do they released the results of their bad now these studies typically are consider trade secrets and confidential and not allowed if he viewed by the public are by public scientists which is the you know of a source of great complaint from critic so it and we have seen some of these we've thinned is a very famous fund from 1983 devan panel had gone that the mice got a lotta rare tumors and that was not a good thing in the epa said this looks like the stuff causes cancer and now monsanto bottom fought back for number the got him to finally change their mind but uh you know there's a lot going on out there that the public doesn't know about let's go to robert and hiawassee georgia thanks for calling robert go ahead audi hey go ahead i tried to mentioned that trump people preventive medicine did medicine stop feeding of poison a fourth one of them obama's biggestsupported monsanto as he gave him full pardon of the fda they really like us it gives back aims of mercury from now to hide aluminum hannam if they have to keep it bacteria down i thought it might keep a little kid iq down on that one they don't like.
"basf" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Other kinds of cancer and i want to see what your guest have say about that about the water table kerry well yeah the us geological society has found down at scientists working for us government have found quite satan other agricultural chemical and you know i it and water supplies all across the country including in our drinking water and california is a very big agricultural state obviously outlet in our fruits frequent vegetables come from california and they use a lot of chemical than it gets into the water and um i don't know specifically about how much mercury might be in a glass of water versus a thermometer but i certainly think it's reasonable for people to be concerned because these chemicals are in our water it's not really disputed rebecca hasn't also glaucoma first time caller rebecca thank you for calling oh yes we have a friend who died ever an unusually d e and you write everything that's all he ever get he can tell we and also burnt or die the scheme called the villages dine learn earth the birds are dying well here's the question though how do we know what's the chemical may it is but how do we know kyrie without the proof how do we know exactly that date back at question time farmers really are on the front line because they are in a has died sort of an independent suit production system pushed by montana depart dow basf and others they're using an array of these things that are linked to a host of leaker and now our government right now he's trying they've been doing this for years or gain what they call an agricultural health steady tracking like eighty thousand farm family members and trying to get a handle on the diseases and what the farmers that they gave me an and trying to link that if on after 5 to the different either on the really hard and could do you now um we know we now they're causing problems but it's hard to tie one specific northeast wants to become a coughed is it difficult to get studies done to test for this whoa in ghana later definitely is very expensive and who pays for top well the the studies that are submitted generally to the regulators like to our epa are paid for by the.
"basf" Discussed on WTVN
"Is on a house i grew up in inventor of either very well red man about alternative new sources of things he's been telling me over the last several years is there is eight hundred million metric tonnes of pesticides put in the ground out in california which it it turns out our food is now being not only roane and toxic soil but it has gotten so far down into the water table that there is more mercury and a glass of water them there is no for mamunur which is a big reason why a lot of people out callahan horner getting stomach cancer blatty bladder cancer and other kinds of cancer and i want to see what your guest have say about what about the water table curie well yeah the us geological society has found down as scientists working for us government have found quite satan other agricultural chemical and you know i it and water supplies all across the country in you know including in our drinking water in california is a very big agricultural state obviously a lot of our fruits and vegetables come from california and they use a lot of chemical than it gets into the water and um i don't know specifically about how much mercury might be in a glass of water versus a thermometer but um i certainly think it's reasonable for people to be concerned um because these chemicals are in our water it's not really disputed rebecca it's also a cla homo first time caller rebecca thank you for calling all yes we a lien who died of uh an unusual we learned d e n armor eight arab aid and probably ever get to control we and guy also have a bird aren't buying party the villages dine learn earth the birds are dying well here's the question there how do we know what's the chemical may be it is but how do we know kyrie without the proof how do we know exactly that's eight five that's the question and farmers really are on the front lines because they are in a pesticide sort of driven independent foodproduction system pushed by my monitor pod dow basf and others they're using an array of these wrong that are linked to a host of diseases and.
"basf" Discussed on WWL
"The formula for success printed presented to you about basf i mentioned to you know i told you talked to you about it later now's the time eight may quiet factor lsu really got into the match canada offense last wicket your swat that includes a lot of ships a lot of motion by the players before the snap and even after the snap a lot of extra money in a day like today you don't want to how the extra running so whether or not coach canada's got a factor then in two of mattering which he calls the game parrella to all the manner in which the tigers shipped in go in the motion before this now we'll wait and see with don't don't wet it's going to have an effect that he is going to have an effect on both danes auburn is going to be all be far side they wear dark navy blue jerseys and for the purpose of sitting in massod that's not a good color to beware allah she's been wearing their traditional white jerseys in so they're going to be a little bit better off but second make much difference you get down on that field does not much wind down at feel level there's a lot of humidity of give it 'cause a lot of problems platform selfcontained as the game goes on the team that is able to maintain their stamina for their momentum throughout the course of the game will have a decided advantage whether rule affect the water though sweat all the football football's tend to get slicking slippery they'll corp the sweat gets it the footballs but these days i change about so often during the game it probably will not have too much we'll just have to wait and see but i expect this going to be a fact but let's look at the players danny antler thanks can have more accurate it he's going to have to be able to throw intermediate passes this week which lsu willie has gotten into throughout the entire season with what i call the 10 to 20 to your lane genius in the middle of the field between the hash marks are just outside the hash marks that happens to be the point closest to a quarterback who singer combination other words would pass asked the show has to be thronged the.
"basf" Discussed on WWL
"Out go to berkeley a division of pure fishing and you'll find it there jeff rule joins us now jeff tell me what's going on in the world of freshwater fishing everybody's all hopped up on the salt water the offshore stuff after the passing of nato did it help are hurt fresh and basf vision and hurting any reports of pissed coker the good news is worried about some air down and bennett but a head herni report appeal and this kind of tuna get any a lot of reports from some of those areas to know that the pitcher still around think the good news is that could and have a little cu front bush put some water out but that's going to set up everything to be a really good week next week so how 'bout areas law that were fairly close to it in the easternmost bodies of water like the pearl river and buy your liberty some of those fresh areas over that way with the liberal you this week at look good the pearl's to have a fight route next week it's only going about that that's still good and had a lot of rain over that way and adopt pearl altering down through mississippi but but of reports or you can go round uh some of the drained when the north went on our waldman jet to go down to the lower in uh but person triumph instead move and moving around and you can actually catch him on qat worse been a break down in the mall also detectors a good though it uh now about your to ponca and some of those they're the most the mouth of the river school and fish no not big but she banana epsom poncho neither small offer or swim berry or something like that imitate the shared leave and the reverend ian kit from combat the mouth of the rivers jeff you know it's going to be interesting to find out what this storm surge effect head on bassfishing that popped up all around the chef air you know that has become around the.
"basf" Discussed on KELO
"Is a is a company called basf which had reduced a rival herbicide to what months entered is called in genia and does the same thing just as bad just as bad yet studied supposedly by the university of arkansas they gave it a pasquas university of arkansas has a big cheer fund did by this company when i say a cheer what happens is the companies will provide the money and endowment so that the interest that comes to me endowment will pay for the salary of a professor who teaches what these guys want him to teach and that's what it that's what this is all about i mean this is this is just last week we were talking about all those the emails and things that were the firm monsanto that were internal memos leaked that scientists were saying it who work for monsanto saying if someone wants to come in test this stuff i don't want anything to do with it because they know how bad it is right i mean it is insane it's the snow it's the smoking in st thought worse you choose to smoke a cigarette at all of the food supply we don't know what's on it and we're just i mean it's so much worse than the smoking epidemic it's it's insane and it and it feels so overwhelming and it feels like you can't do anything about it and then there's so much censorship with people trying to really get the real story out because monsanto's pockets are so deep it's just following the money that's how you crack down i mean i think this game in washington dc where it's republicans and democrats alike who are just on the payroll of these things and that's how they are voting i mean i'm still convinced that the reason healthcare.
"basf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"C dicko its first hoffa dusted eib at before impairment comes in at one hundred fifteen point one million euros it sees this company sees sick thirdquarter adjusted revenue growth of about three percent when it comes to the first half net income that is seventy four point one million euros which is down seven point eight percent we're gonna be speaking to zhol false while the coal the chairman and the co ceo over jcb co on this program in run about fifteen minutes time okay so there you have it a whole slew of just the top companies report saying this hour statal rush basf airbus arsenal metal and many others and we are going to take into jc decades earnings with the cfo shortly but let's start with some of the rest of the toys early today because of course that we had the federal reserve yesterday the s fed and fed officials have said that they will begin voting off that point five trillion dollar balance sheet quite relatively sued at the same time the central bank as expected left its benchmark rate unchanged his policy makers ss the move towards inflation gulf the source of the balance sheet normalization possibly as soon as september is at now the ball said in an economic recovery now in its ninth year let's cross over to singapore where west goodman from the markets live team joins us to talkers through what we should be taking away from this fed meeting west it's great to have you on the show just as always focused through the the important points from your point of view good morning everyone right well while you're already mentioned the point about relatively soon so that was a big thing that everybody was looking for and so interpreted to mean the pill use or september meeting to announce the timetable to start trimming their holdings of also called running down the balance sheet brought you on other important part of was are comments on inflation saying inflation is running below target and this was a small change from the last meeting when they said was somewhat below so you know looking at the all the details really close later furtures sanger this below target seen as you.
"basf" Discussed on Fresh Batch | A Bachelor Recap Podcast with Michelle Collins
"Um i think more fun but that's me y'all i say that basf was more fun because they like to watch the girls by more than the guy i hear your um and i still think that opinion has changed the problem is the added a like i definitely feel like they are all about aggression with mander like men fight women like our caddie and there's always one crazy one ya like a crazy once geraldo my urlocker it is signed a contract in their life this is it my instagram is lino relying on this by the way that's exactly right the remember when this season started with rachel and i was like eric is crazy i was like he is he i got a very naughty wild energy from him interests seeing from from the beginning and i feel i have to say is that yesterday his hometown visit i liked him a law i love tim he came away my number one he really i have to say he that for me was big shift a loved his family which what's verona with a i answered him to pitch of her his aunt who looks exactly uh o of uh the first episode of the season so i remember seeing all guys i don't remember the names very well and i know very kenya's islas he's still on it no no and is gone but bless him and he has a wonderful daughter but he should he was one of the four that was on like when the bachelor was ending because like bachelor was just of everyone was out for nagy will they were leg with yasser or bug dimarco yet joe is one of the four that that night o k was great t danced with her own remember the and and uh he was recently spotted on aerial looked in.