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"battista" Discussed on WTOP
"WTO pen use time two 52 News Passengers on board a carnival cruise ship who tested positive for COVID are now isolating in Seattle hotels after the ship docked on Sunday Now the cruise liner will not say how many travelers aboard are infected But the company did say it happened just days after carnival reactivated its entire fleet passengers say the staff was not prepared and doctors were unreachable Your CBS correspondent Nikki battista overwhelmed at sea That's how some passengers aboard carnival spirit cruise ship describes staff upon learning of a COVID outbreak I've been on 7 crews of since August And of course COVID has always been concerned Darren seifert said was among those who tested positive I literally stayed in this room for 6 days with no telephone service They wouldn't answer the phone Says his travel companion and roommate stayed with him in the room despite testing negative and that a list of passengers names and cabin numbers of those who had contracted the virus was posted near elevators The CDC lifted COVID requirements for cruise lines earlier this year and it's now investigating that vessel A rare but aggressive kind of uterine cancer appears to be killing more American women but it's hitting black women especially hard A new study discovered the number of cases rose by 2.7% every 12 months for 8 years Deaths among women with less aggressive uterine cancer stayed stable but black women had more than twice the rate of deaths from uterine cancer overall when compared to other racial and ethnic groups There's a new warning about the dangers of combining ibuprofen with other medications Researchers at the university of Waterloo have found combining the over the counter painkiller ibuprofen with commonly prescribed diuretics and high blood pressure drugs can cause acute kidney problems or what they call a triple whammy for the kidneys In some cases the problems caused by combining these drugs could be permanent The research in the journal mathematical biosciences suggests if you are taking a diuretic and a drug for high blood pressure consider reaching for something other than ibuprofen for pain like acetaminophen for example which is found in Tylenol Linda kenyon.
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
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"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Do you get to go into some coal businesses or cool spaces and like do these kinds of assessments and things every once in a while. I i mean yeah. All the businesses are different So i've definitely seen some interesting places that i wouldn't normally get to sure i'm like this is really neat. What you guys do here. And i'm always learning new information about what other people do. And it's exciting for me to to learn a bit. Sometimes it's about manufacturing sometimes a sports Could be could be anything. Could be a restaurant. Yeah could be law firm laundry mats. There's just a whole wide gambit of things as of businesses of industries that that they all really need for lighting and then a majority of them we'll probably need something for their indoor air yet when it's part of it's cool too because you can start to see you start see the world as a slightly bigger picture you know like you can see By different people in different roles at different company in. They're just living their life but part of their life is being part of that particular mission like gets the best way i can say it. is like when i was doing the ation stuff i got to go to hangers and i got to meet with people in these private hangars that had like private jets for their businesses or for the owners of the jets that they were taken care of. And you kinda got to step into their world and be around this stuff. That's pretty cool. Some of it was bad ass. Like i got to go to. I got to go like to an air force base. That was sweet. I got to go. I won't say the city that it was in. But i got to say are you allowed to disclose that information now like the machines. They had their so. Let me tell you exact traffic locations th- there but there's a another place i got to go to that. They walked around the the took us. Onto like a boeing seven forty seven. That was like all decked out with stuff it was it was really cool being able to go to these different places. I think that was one of the coolest things that i enjoyed about that. Sales process was just the different kinds of opportunities. That i got to go to these places that you like. You said that you would otherwise never go to like no one would like no one would just let you walk into like a manufacturing plant or something like that but you got a reason to be there you kind of have a value that you can bring or at least give them info and i think when at least as a younger salesperson when i was going through it it was kind of cool just to have that opportunities like shit even if i've wasted all this time or didn't like make. The sale zik is cool that interact with these people. And i was cool that i get to have that experience like i won't forget that and that gives me insight to something that are ninety nine point nine percent of people may never get to experience and i just got to kazai. Was there for a reason. Yeah yeah yeah and then at the end of the day you know those experiences as well as really knowing that you provided value to someone you you help someone. Yeah either financially or Emotionally all different sales. Have different values are different companies. Give different values But you know being able to say. I did this for this business or i helped as business get to this point. You know. I didn't do this for this business. But i know what you mean..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Normally you'd have to scan it and then you'd have to staple it to a piece of paper thrown in a binder. You could take care all that lives forever digitally blah blah. And and she like. I don't even know what you're talking about. I'm i'm i don't wanna talk about this anymore. I'm good yeah thanks goodbye. And so i don't know what has it been like to kind of maneuver that part of your your brain and Find that middle ground Well it's always. It's always a learning experience. I think i. I've been in this role for Over a just over six months now. So that's dude that's it. Yep holy shit man. I spent a lotta time. Researching i honestly. That's for sure. I thought i thought you have been there for like three years or something. I'm relatively still. I guess you could consider a new salesman is still underneath a year But you know your shit dude would. It's important it's important. Which talking about. Because i don't like not understanding these concepts i don't know if i can't explain it someone How are they supposed to understand it. How are they supposed to feel comfortable. Feel confident in their decisions because at the at the end of the day they're making the decision. It's only going to benefit them. So why would they need to have that knowledge that that know how how it is going to benefit them. How these things do affect their life or their business. It's more than just more than just lighting in air quality. I it's it's it's just a it's important extremely important so yeah i guess to answer your question is it's always a learning experience and i'm still learning doing my best and it's it's it's enjoyable though i like i like the consulting approach. I like helping. I like helping businesses I think that's the goal. I think we all wanna see sushi. Local businesses do extremely well. Yeah mean what are some of the co like..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Of light got it. Yeah the like. I started kind of understanding some of this. Like with the lighting in here with the cameras. These different things you you gotta kind of match the lights to the camera setting right and and all the stuff. I'm still kind of figuring some of that stuff out that it was really interesting to think of. Different lighting temperatures and. Yeah i guess it makes sense you. It would affect your mood in person because it affects the mood on the recorded footage. Yeah i it's it's a lot more involved than what people i think realize realize yeah and not only to mention you know if you're putting in led's decided that we we tried to that. I- i highlight with my customers is that you were having the wattage usually. So you take a fluorescent bob. You converted to an led. Typically the wattage is going down by at least fifty to seventy five percent. Which means that you see in your electric bill about a fifty to seventy five percent decrease in water. Jews therefore decrease in what you have to spend..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Avocados. Whatever the hell else can't do any of those Those car sugars. Anything like that though. So it's like it's very familiar. I would think so. I think easy to pick it up. Yeah but actually do it. Right is is difficult. Yelm not saying that. I've ever tried it but speaking through other people who've done it around me. It seems like a very difficult thing to do. Best for you to do forever. It's a bunch of protein and fat. Not really great for your arteries it seems. It seems like a nightmare to do honestly just like trying to stick with. It just seems awful. But i i heard it's like good to do like in cycles. If you just do it for a little bit and then go to something else. I don't know again. That would be a question. This is all things that i've heard on podcast. I've read different books and pretty much. That reading was just little snippets of it. So i basically have no idea what i'm talking about. That makes two us for the kito diet. So like Well i definitely want to touch on the the webinar that you guys are doing so what what is what is that like. What is it all about so we are going to be doing a webinar. Coming up in november It's gonna be kinda. I just educational webinar. That just talks about indoor air quality so the things that we mentioned today with corona virus with you know the need for better indoor air We're going to be touching base on. What are the standards. Because there's obviously standards that have been involved in a lot of those standards Point to Ventilation whether it's You the other other ways ventilating. And i'll go through all the technology or the the research that i've done to show you like okay. We'll touch base with epa filters what negative ion generators do and don't do what Over and under pressure systems or positive negative pressure systems do uv upper room german-style devices. What else there's there's a lot of other using other uv products. There's other products out there. But like i said the you have to have those requirements so knowing these things would be really helpful for the future of businesses of families individuals as a whole. I think if everyone can know these better than we can make better informed decisions share for ourselves for our business for the safety of our our kids students faculty employees. whatever may be so what. We're what we're planning on doing is. Is you know having this webinar. Hopefully we can. We can throw something out there. Nice to the people first. Few people who join. It's not up yet but you can always you know. Keep an eye on energie harnesses website. Sure and it will have it posted up there okay. The the email blasts for it. You can always reach out to me. I'll make sure they get go. Yeah and i'll share. I'll share a bunch of this stuff in the show notes to plus when you guys go to release a web monaro throw like oppo linked in and all that kind of stuff but so if somebody so let's say like Somebody that works where listens to that though. Like okay this is cool or you know They might be pissed about the math stuff. Whatever their motivation might be like. Let's say i learn about this and the guy work somewhere. What are who are the types of people at companies at.
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"That's blowing through you stick a tube a uv light tube and that air was coming up through the filters flying by the tube at very fast speeds because he has to handle a lot of air. Push a lot of air. I mean it's it's rated for tons of air that's how they rate your ac base. This is house okay. How many tons of air can this. Yeah this handled because you need a push ever thought of it like that but yeah okay. So it's it's going through quickly. I think it's like forty five meters per second or something like that shit. It's grits quick. I don't even know if that's the right way to measure. It's it's a lot. I until you started talking about the air circulation the room. I've never thought of it in this way. Will the air coming in here that quickly because it's dispersed throughout all the building but from where you put in a uv light where they where they intended put through. She's going through quite quickly. So you never have that time exposure and you never had that closeness. Because you've got this big column of air and you have one tube. So what about these particles on the side here. The only the ones that are here really get affected but do they even get affected that much now because there's just not enough time in that light got it. Okay okay. that's that's the problem. I think we're we're seeing. Unfortunately i i think people don't recognize that they don't know that that's that's the kind of the facts behind you and how it works so you know people want clean air. They they're concerned. Yeah they go to these places and they they recommend these these devices uvi lamps. Ac and not saying that as wrong. But it's not. It's not doing what i think you always intend to do. I'm not saying that isn't clear. In fact the filters on the bottom that's constantly being hit by uv. That's probably helping those filters being cleaned from other debris but everything else flying by it in terms of the site the size of like something cove it. It's it's just gonna be too fast right. And unless it's literally right there and they happen to be the whatever percentage particles that goes right into the light and goes right around it and you may think like oh what about what about helping filters have filters will slow down air which they do. Greatly and part of my research showed that you know hippo filters are are great at catching particles. Especially if you have correctly rated epa filter you can catch very small particles like it but if you put that into an ac system it creates a lot of strain in a lot of pressure on the system is now. The ac has to work harder to push that same amount of air through this filter. And you know you're still not addressing necessarily the air in the room yet addressing the air that's going through the a. c. into the room. So there's like. I said there's a lot it's already if you were to compare filters emerge filter does a really good job and it's typically what people use it's very well rated and it doesn't put that strain on your ac system therefore you're not having to pay higher bills your ac will last longer. You don't have to pay expensive expensive repairs you know..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Wavelength or nanometers. It happens between two sixty five to seventy five nanometers and that wavelength. That is uv. See that is. You've yeah okay so you have okay. Uv is like a role that you can control the the wavelength of that that particular light. So you've as don a spectrum okay of wavelength and so there's three three wavelength brackets. We can call. Deane's i've got a a heavy like a graph. There would actually show it and explain it. Really well okay. I'll include it in the show. Hard to picture yes but included in the show because I actually can't understand what you're what you're saying. Once you get to a certain frequency of light you get into this year e range and it's a specific range in there. That's the most seems to be the most effective for killing germs. Exactly the german modernisation. So you have to have that combined. With the time combined with the distance to be effective so ours is about two hundred. Seventy two hundred sixty five nanometers. Okay and that is optimal for killing germs. So all those things combined give us a ninety nine point nine. Nine eight percent. Efficacy in inactivating kobe. Okay so all right so then. So you've got say ninety nine point nine you got that that efficacy level of deactivating covert. Just call it. That's the only way i can think of it. But you've got you've got this ninety nine.
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"Excuse me so the reason. They wear those masks all the time and people are like what was somewhere mass all the time so. You should wear masks all the time. Well they're in a setting that is also for. Yeah it's it's pretty important not to infect your patient and also not to be infected by patient well and that can happen as actually talked to my wife about this so she knows somebody who Who is like a surgeon and he ended up getting hepatitis because like he gets. He wasn't wearing his mask and like something happened. And i think like either blood or something like squirted like mouth or up his nose or something. He got like fidel and that's a tightness yep blood squirting in a surgical room. It's kind of yemen. Think yeah a surgical room And the reason they wear. Those masks is not because there's airborne particulates that are just coming into their brief breathing. Way is because of things like that fluid and even particles carried on fluid. Small small particles like humidity. Things like that are when you sneeze. That's considered like stuff carried on a water particle. Basically those are large so your typical surgical mask can handle that. Now when you go down to the microscopic size of corona virus It's tiny it's point point. One microns just tend to the negative sixth sleit's slot zeros. Yeah i've got a few microns over the other office so yet totally familiar microns star bills. Yes what micron is. But it's a unit of measurement. So it's it's like infinitely small base. It's very very okay. So like mold. Bacteria there are large compared to avars. Really okay yeah. So those masks the same. Ask in the cloth mass. Everyone wears. they're not. They're not rated for filtering. Yeah he's tiny tiny particles. Yeah like walking through a doorway you know. That's and that's the thing. That's that's part of what i'm talking about this is like there's so much craziness about it but there's there is no like anybody trying to say like. Hey you need to wear n. Ninety five mask. We're going to provide these end. Ninety five mask like almost nobody wearing a mask. Right is wearing the end ninety five. At least that. I see around here. It's the fishing thing that you pull up. It's a bandanna it's the right surgeons mask it. Yeah it's and then ninety five's they are rated for very small particulates like that. Yeah so i mean. They're a good choice. Yeah that's what i'm saying. Just there's no if there was an enforced like people pushed just that and they're like no you've got to use that in my head that would make sense But there's not that it's it's just you have to put something over your your face and because we said because they said you gotta wear like. That's what it feels like when you get told the stuff it's because they said it's like no where ninety five because it blocks ninety five percent or whatever the the scientists behind it right. I can wrap my head around that but yeah yeah basically nutshell. You know if you're gonna do something do it. The right way exactly. Yeah yeah for. You're gonna shut the whole world down again. Yeah but so that. So that's where am i wanna see. How is this a solution to that. I know you talked about the layered approach. Definitely you've you have the masks especially of us in the end ninety five's those are part of that layer. Everything else will will let people kind of debate about that. I've got my opinions. But where does this. Where does this come in terms of. Where where does this piece of the layer come in. Or where does yeah. Yeah so the. I mean the uv..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"But overall all those things combined have led to poorer and poorer air quality. Okay so there's been a need. And now since cova has kind of surfaced and this problem has arisen as of two thousand and eighteen. Two thousand twenty sure. We have to address things that we can address. Which are those you know. How are we going to prevent these air particles that that get in here that we don't have any influence on like dust. Mold pollens pollutants all that stuff pathogens. We can't we can't stop them from entering so you so we're talking about indoor air quality here and there these so there's this bucket of things you can control paint building materials all this kind of stuff the way that you feel actually filter the air this kind of stuff and then the external pieces pollen dust. Anything coming in from the outside that you. You really don't have control over what you like. What you do inside doesn't impact or stop that from coming in but then you just have the ability to kind of either mitigate or deal with it rarely much right okay all right so then okay so that makes sense so then with so. You're saying that for a long time. This stuff has been deteriorating anyway and so in a way cove like back is just is a something for us to finally talk about it through a particular lens. Look tip of the iceberg. Okay yeah got it so all right so then then what. What do i need to know like what. What's the next question from here. like what. what is the the next thing to know about. I don't know either these these materials or like dealing with this kind of stuff. I mean i don't even know what the right question is to ask. You know what i'm saying. Yeah there's I i guess what you're you're you're trying to like task is kind of what what do we do. You know already much. How do we combat this him. There are many like i was saying. There's many things on the market that are out there. That's basically you know we take this out of the air we do this. We sure he got voc's and and bacteria and all these other things but how you know which ones effective which ones not And so i i kind of want to give a background on You know first of all why we energy harness even came up with the idea of the fixture of all what's out there and then third of all How can you verify this. And and what should you look for as a consumer or just a homeowner. If these things are important yes there's so much out there so much misinformation i would say that's out there for sure like everything everything. Yeah for virus and just any kind of political. Yeah topic today. Well it's it's all become political and and so thank you for kind of re-centering my thoughts. Because that's that is more of what i wanted to talk to you about is. What do we do about this because like you said you talked to. We were talking yesterday. I think and talking about you know speaking with schools and school districts and things like that and you have this whole debate about kids wearing masks or not wearing masks and you talk to parents. That are pissed because their kids have to wear masks and pissed. Because other kids aren't wearing masks. And do you where do you and and and what..
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"You know. The communication barrier's is not always. Yeah great or is bad. Yeah so it was. It was interesting. You know i wouldn't. I wouldn't take it back for any anything but fast forward. Few years graduated from college During dependent amick which perfect last december. So is it just a mess. Like most students had a lot of jobs. You know wouldn't hire my buddy. Nick was a. Hey no we're we're. We're working here at energy harness. I'm in the engineer. They're looking for sales people at the time i was looking for sales positions because while the engineering was really exciting to me. You're my kind of ask you yeah. I don't wanna be behind a desk. All the time so wanted to take that expertise in that knowledge of of all the technical skills i learned in college and apply that to a technical sales position. Yeah i could really do some good and definitely felt like after interviewing with energy harness and talking to them about not only their led lighting but also there uv c. fixture that There was some really great potential there. And i think potential to do good. There's all a lot of potential in business and it's something that you know people need right. Now is air sanitation wise. Yeah especially though the covert stuff going on. That was part of what i wanted to talk to you about with this And you know we kinda circle back to it but definitely some of the vc fixtures and different things like this and how that can be used in schools buildings offices all this kind of stuff to actually stop the spread of cova in in quotes. I'll say this. I won't say your sins but basically kind of killing cova but i was looking at some of the stuff that you sent me from the cdc and the way that the like the particles work and the the cleansing works is it. It doesn't like eliminate the particles but it seems like basically kills that piece that is contagious. And things like that. Do i have that even remotely correct. Yeah yeah yeah absolutely. it's it's You're very very accurate. Very close in killing is not the right term. Sure that's why. I say we do say like our devices. Covert killer earliest. it's been named that biter news articles and things like that. So that's why some people may know of us. But we actually are killing the pathogen. What you've does is it. D- nature's the protein within the virus itself. So what does that mean so. When the virus is active it has these binding receptors receptors on the outside of their their proteins. Their make up the virus itself when you've works in this is assuming that everything is correct in a uv device.
"battista" Discussed on Cheine On
"But did all right. Tell me about you lorenzo. Thanks for comment i appreciate. I'm glad we can do this. lorenzo from energy harness You and i met what almost a month ago at this point. Over at the fort myers chamber of commerce thing. But at the the tesla vent yeah. That's pretty cool. I was cool. They The presentation went a little little long but long presentation but they had a lot of talk about i mean they. They've got a lot of cutting edge information. We were happy to be there. Happy to sponsor the event It was definitely an exciting event. One that did that was really more of. Yeah i i was. It was cool to see like their whole process. And everything. I didn't know like you could just by the car right off your phone and all that stuff makes it easy by car. I guess i guess so. Just the money part comes into play when you've got to finance it and stuff. I don't know how that works. I don't worry about oh. This wasn't amazon more this one. Click for my car right right but yeah so we got to talk and you started telling me all kinds of things about lighting that i didn't know and then kind of how you got into it with your background bioengineering. So if you could tell everybody who you are A little bit about the company. And then i kinda dig into the bioengineering background and then how that got you to the company and kind of go from there. Is i work for you. Yeah absolutely go. Well thank you for the introduction. First of all it's it's definitely been an interesting a course this last year in these last few years bioengineering general the reason why i got into bioengineering just to start off as i've always seen a lot of really needs really fascinating hips knees. Come through my my my father's house. He was an orthopedic distributor in ohio. I still practices a little bit. But he he had all these implants..
"battista" Discussed on Entr'Nous
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Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60
"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. Bolt shane warne serena williams and you most certainly think of diego maradona
"battista" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security
"Your elevator pitch on polarity for us. It it's around thoroughness and speed so we recognized and this goes back to our time in as well annan penetration testing when we're consultants right. You have the the to kind of prototypical analysis you have. The analyst who is really thorough dives down every rabbit hole looks and fines for every path. It's possible but they take a long time to get it done right. This is the person that would go back to that whiteboard and check every single time of the new comes in. They're checking every single one to make sure they're doing extra thorough job and then you have. The other analysts is probably where i tell you. Have the other animals without rates. I'm instinct lot not one hundred percent thorough because the job done much quicker <hes>. But it's not too busy installing lennox right. Yeah when he's sitting right right. Yeah so yeah that analysts and so for us we said well how can we take the qualities of that first analyst instead of making their thoroughness ninety percent or ninety nine percent. Let's make him a hundred percent thorough on the data they care about and speed them up while we do it. So instead of you know that decision usually costing time let's let's give them a productivity boost so we can make some <unk>. Thorough and faster the same time. That's extremely valuable to an industry and information security where. We're understaffed <hes>. It's hard to find a fine fine talent. That type of data we deal with was was meant for machines to know and recognize things like file hashes in ip addresses. Either more machine readable than they are human readable. So let's let's let's really enable those folks. Are there any lessons that you've learned along the way as the product has been put in front of users based on their feedback. Have you had any sorta <hes>. Moments like oh people are people are using this in perhaps ways. We hadn't expected or you know. We need to make some adjustments here to to maximize <hes>. You know the the value they get out of this. Yeah i mean lots of moments along the way both <hes>. Ha moments from a. We didn't think folks would use it that way. In in the kind of use cases come out were the success stories. Come out so. I always love hearing customer success stories where you know we. We surprise them and they didn't expect polarity was going to highlight something. It highlighted something in it changed their their belief on that thing <hes> whether it's kicking off a new investigation or or the way they handle investigation to to handle it <hes>. Slightly different and then yeah. Learning from a what enables analysts perspective. So one of the things that we haven't crossed the line or we have tested crossing wine but learned to to really really hold. The line was not being too much of a suggestion. Engine so you can. You can guess at what analysts want. But we've found that the better path is let analysts subscribe to the exact data. They care about in. Give them exactly what they want. And don't try to be more on the a suggestion side of things <hes>. Because you could end up being a distraction even if you're right and give them great information eighty percent of the time or ninety percent of the time that ten percents still distractions going slow them down so let the analysts choose the data. They care about an give them exactly that data when they need it.
Give Analysts Exactly What They Want with Paul Battista CEO of Polarity
"Your elevator pitch on polarity for us. It it's around thoroughness and speed so we recognized and this goes back to our time in as well annan penetration testing when we're consultants right. You have the the to kind of prototypical analysis you have. The analyst who is really thorough dives down every rabbit hole looks and fines for every path. It's possible but they take a long time to get it done right. This is the person that would go back to that whiteboard and check every single time of the new comes in. They're checking every single one to make sure they're doing extra thorough job and then you have. The other analysts is probably where i tell you. Have the other animals without rates. I'm instinct lot not one hundred percent thorough because the job done much quicker But it's not too busy installing lennox right. Yeah when he's sitting right right. Yeah so yeah that analysts and so for us we said well how can we take the qualities of that first analyst instead of making their thoroughness ninety percent or ninety nine percent. Let's make him a hundred percent thorough on the data they care about and speed them up while we do it. So instead of you know that decision usually costing time let's let's give them a productivity boost so we can make some Thorough and faster the same time. That's extremely valuable to an industry and information security where. We're understaffed It's hard to find a fine fine talent. That type of data we deal with was was meant for machines to know and recognize things like file hashes in ip addresses. Either more machine readable than they are human readable. So let's let's let's really enable those folks. Are there any lessons that you've learned along the way as the product has been put in front of users based on their feedback. Have you had any sorta Moments like oh people are people are using this in perhaps ways. We hadn't expected or you know. We need to make some adjustments here to to maximize You know the the value they get out of this. Yeah i mean lots of moments along the way both Ha moments from a. We didn't think folks would use it that way. In in the kind of use cases come out were the success stories. Come out so. I always love hearing customer success stories where you know we. We surprise them and they didn't expect polarity was going to highlight something. It highlighted something in it changed their their belief on that thing whether it's kicking off a new investigation or or the way they handle investigation to to handle it Slightly different and then yeah. Learning from a what enables analysts perspective. So one of the things that we haven't crossed the line or we have tested crossing wine but learned to to really really hold. The line was not being too much of a suggestion. Engine so you can. You can guess at what analysts want. But we've found that the better path is let analysts subscribe to the exact data. They care about in. Give them exactly what they want. And don't try to be more on the a suggestion side of things Because you could end up being a distraction even if you're right and give them great information eighty percent of the time or ninety percent of the time that ten percents still distractions going slow them down so let the analysts choose the data. They care about an give them exactly that data when they need it.
"battista" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Lung Cancer Screen Could Be Easy-pee-sy
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm wait gibbs. All imagine getting screened for early stage lung cancer simply by taking a deep breath from an inhaler and then peeing into a cup. Sangita Baccio a professor of Health Sciences and engineering at MIT described. How that might be possible in Ted Talk? She gave in two thousand sixteen. What if you had a detector that was so small that it could circulate in your body? Find the tumor all by itself and send a signal to the outside world. It sounds a little bit like science fiction but actually nanotechnology allows us to do. Just that his idea was to invent nontoxic nanno probes. That doctors could put inside your blood or lungs or guts to detect a tiny tumors. When they're easier to treat before they grow big enough to spread throughout the body and damaged vital organs. I dream that one day instead of going into an expensive screening facility to get a colonoscopy or a mammogram or a PAP smear that you could get a shot. Wait an hour and do a urine test on a paper strip in two thousand seventeen bought. His team reported a proof of concept experiment in nature. Biomedical Engineering that demonstrated Nanna probes like this working to detect early stage ovarian cancer in mice and now the group has refined this technology further to create a screening test for lung cancer. That is more sensitive than the C. T. Scans used today. The team of Harvard and MIT researchers described their work in the April first issue of science translational medicine lung cancer accounts for nearly a quarter of all cancer deaths in the US each year in large part because most cases of lung cancer are not caught until after the disease has already spread to other sites yet win lung. Cancer is caught and treated early the majority of patients survived the disease for at least five years but ct screening for lung. Cancer is not widely used around the world. Because it's expensive. And more than ninety percent of positive tests turn out to be benign growths not cancer. So this kind of screening leads to a lot of unnecessary and invasive biopsies in. Battista study which was done on mice genetically engineered to develop lung tumors very similar to those seen. In people the Nanna probes were able to detect tumors about fifty times smaller than other screening methods and it produced. No false positives. The NETA probes are designed to release reporter molecules when they come near certain kinds of lung tumors. Once released the reporters pass into the blood get filtered by the kidneys and then exit the body in the urine. The group is now working to repackage the nano probes into a form that could be inhaled as a powder or through a nebulizer if that succeeds then the technology will have to proceed through several years of clinical trials before it could be used to screen people for lung cancer. And I hope that what this means is that one day we can detect tumors in patients. Sooner than ten years after they've started growing and that this would lead to earlier treatments and that we could save more lives than we can today with early detection.
"battista" Discussed on WTOP
"League sea air space and sea air space dot org held April six to eight the national harbor I read a Kessler WTOP traffic until I'm down a storm team four is a million draper well out there right now and keeping a close eye on the visible satellite imagery because we're starting to see some sunshine developed out in our western zones and this is significant because we have the chance for more rain and storms later today during the late afternoon and early evening hours and any sunshine is going to help to fuel thunderstorms out there among other factors so we could see some very heavy rainfall after four five PM and mainly before eight PM some strong damaging wind gusts and maybe even an isolated weak tornadoes specially west of the metro area we will be in storms you for weather alert mode this afternoon and evening with this increased threat for severe weather as temperatures today warm into the upper fifties to mid sixties once we get past eight nine PM that threat for severe weather drops off with some scattered showers though still possible until about midnight clearing after that low to mid forties for lows mostly sunny breezy and relatively mild tomorrow what a mid sixties for highs he is the son in fifties on a colder Thursday on Friday mostly cloudy and breezy with highs again in the fifties right now fifty five degrees out in Reston fifty two in Alexandria and upper Marlboro at fifty three one fifty one now a long time familiar face on CNN has died a family spokesman says former anchor Bobby Batista passed away this morning after a four year battle with cervical cancer Batista was one of the original CNN headline news anchor is when the network first launched in nineteen eighty one she also anchored several news programs on the network including talkback live which aired before a studio audience Bobby Batista dead at the age of sixty seven police have now identified several suspects in connection with the frightening crime at national harbor back in December prince William county police say two men were robbed of more than forty thousand dollars worth of winnings and one of them was shot after suspects wearing masks follow them home from the MGM national harbor casino and attack them in Virginia police said on previously revealed the size of the losses or many details of how the robbery unfolded detectives have identified at least three suspects in the case where they have not yet been charged if you change the time when you go to sleep or wake up by more than ninety minutes you could be damaging your heart that's a new study from Harvard Medical School finding making such a major change significantly increases as increases your chance of having a heart attack or developing heart disease researchers say the link remains strong even when they controlled for cholesterol blood pressure another known cardio risk factors including insomnia sleep apnea and sleep duration the threat of corona virus has so many of us on edge now especially when headed to an office that's filled with people each morning but there are ways to minimize.
Former CNN anchor Bobbie Battista dead after cervical cancer battle
"Now a long time familiar face on CNN has died a family spokesman says former anchor Bobby Batista passed away this morning after a four year battle with cervical cancer Batista was one of the original CNN headline news anchor is when the network first launched in nineteen eighty one she also anchored several news programs on the network including talkback live which aired before a studio audience Bobby Batista dead at the age of
"battista" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"To happen between now and then including him and bill Belichick just talking and going over what their thoughts are yeah once a quarterback dominoes Judy Batista thank you we appreciate it very much my pleasure thank you Judy Battista NFL dot com joining us on the rich Eisen show it we talk about that being in a domino and I said this earlier on the show today but if you're playing musical chairs with quarterbacks in the NFL and you add in the draft there aren't nearly enough chairs for the quarterbacks who are we're talking about musical chairs in the Dalton Janus Winston Marcus Mariota let's just up a couple Philip rivers celebrate Tom Brady yeah M. and Brady is the lead player I mean he's got a chair right there's no doubt that Tom Brady has a chair there is one with his name I don't know what's what logos on it but he'll have a chair I would think Philip rivers has a chair but there is a deeper question as it plays at the next level of quarterbacks because there are players that want to be in the league who doesn't have a chair there there's a lot of conversation about that as you played forward and that is really interesting and one domino has to fall first before the other dominoes go and you would almost have to believe that that that domino is Tom Brady yeah I mean I think I think you're right I think Tom might be the first one to get everything else kind of settled in and yeah he's definitely going to have a spot I think it's I think it's really interesting to see how this narrative or collective opinion has changed on Brady as as the weeks have gone on and now we're in this mode even Judy said that she doesn't feel great about it but she thinks he probably won't be on New England and that's a really cool lesson if you're a if you've been a hard core NFL fan for a long time this is this is earth shattering type of change that not have Brady and the patriots if that happens and by the way a domino fell among quarterbacks in another unrelated story I'll tell you about that in a moment right after I tell you that the rich Eisen show is brought you by the Honda H. 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V. is ready to team up for your next adventure so hurry and your local Honda dealer today here's the other domino that already fell among quarterbacks Tony Romo seventeen million dollars to stay with CBS that's a domino because apparently at least it's being reported Peyton manning was offer between ten and twelve million dollars to go to CBS I assume that was their backup plan yet for five or six years of pro football talk grab the New York Post storyline that talked about manning being offered apparently from CVS and it it appears that manning was this is from profootballtalk CBS's backup plan to be the network's number one analyst of Rome I turned them down but it's not clear whether CBS will still try to hire manning okay so if your ESPN and Monday Night Football is in Peyton manning your target and did the bar just get set up with Tony Romo what Peyton manning command Tony Romo money as a rookie Monday night broadcast I don't know if you get like if you're going to get seventeen mil right off the bat I mean if anyone could do it it might be a guy like Peyton manning who we already know is is kind of charming when he's in front of the camera and those types of things and you would think that he'd be really really good at it at least that's the way I feel about it but I don't know if you're gonna get what seventeen million dollar you're right off the bat take just the idea that they that ESPN might a raise the price of poker on Tony Romo just the idea that ESPN either had or might have an offer out there for Tony Romo said the C. B. S. we need to pay Tony Romo and they did so they paid Tony Romo which leaves ESPN either ESPN just because CBS a bunch of money that they weren't going to have to spend you know because maybe see of it CBS took ESPN's bluff but then even if it if they get robbed the got Rome all right and now ESPN if it wants manning that price for many might have gone out of his land is the same yeah Rome was gone I guess what I'm saying is is that that ESPN could have cost CBS money and in turn CBS spending the seventeen million on Romo probably costs ESPN money they both you know whether either was bluffing or they were gonna push all their chips into the center CBS said we're all in we were all in and we know what we got in there actually showing their hand get off your other hand seventeen million and Tony Romo and Jim Nance as the lead the broadcast team you know fun would be to hear manning on Monday Night Football consistently thank you you do you want to talk more about Monday Night Football I think than the average fan wants to talk right now right I think it be fantastic to have the Mannings commentary over game and if it's not going to B. C. B. S. as as the replacement it to Tony Romo because they lock him up I would love for it to be Monday Night Football I think it be great to be a perfect spot for him yeah and I think they would make that product a little bit operational on again this is all these are all really interesting moves isn't it this is such an engaging time for the NFL right now thinking of all of the potential quarterback movement which John we've never seen we've never seen quarterback free agency like you're about to see and that's two weeks away what are we have March the second two weeks from now your good these dominoes will have fallen some of them among quarterbacks in the NFL and then you get the announcing dominoes of which Romo's the first one to fall you get the CBA that's coming into play you get all of the other free agent movement in the National Football League what a thrilling couple weeks this is going to be a rich is rich Eisen will be back in the chair to moral and rich is going to be able to navigate for you all the way through all of this free agency in the National Football League the CBA the free agency on the field and the free agency in the broadcast booth all of that pending and who better to lead you through all of that then rich Eisen so he'll be back in tomorrow we've got plenty more ground to cover including the conversation about Jim Nance will take that a step further and the NBA's Most Valuable Player race where does it sit today how will it change over the next twenty games there twenty games left and jockeying going on already we'll dive a little bit deeper into that conversation when we come back that's gonna be assigned my Keller and you are listening to the rich Eisen show.
Fires in the Amazon rooted in deforestation pushed by Brazil's president
"Take a nice deep breath and say thanks to the amazon rainforest okay. I'm exaggerating a bit but the amazon region produces twenty percent of the oxygen and in the planet's atmosphere. That's why it's been called the lungs of the earth and right now. Those lungs are burning for the past three weeks. Massive wildfires in brazil have have been destroying vast parts of the amazon brazil's national institute for space research said earlier this month that a record amount of farce has gone up in smoke this summer more rain forrest sent in the last three years combined environmentalists have been especially alarmed about deforestation since the election brazil's president gyro bolsonaro last year he came into office promising to develop the amazon region for farming and mining bolsonaro had this to say to his critics yesterday ugliest alda regarding the amazon fis. I'm under the impression they could have been started by the ngos. What was their intention to bring about problems. In brazil. Romolo battista is the amazon campaigner for greenpeace. He's brazil. I asked him what he sees. When he steps outside in the city of manaus we see him announced. Some is smoke and ashes futterman is not close the the big fires have some spot fires but in the main capitals of the moslem is almost impossible to see the light of the sun i mean the amazon is a massive rainforest. How much of it has been affected. Well tanning right now about data. Difficult goes what we have right now. Is that the baltic spots because there is a lot of smoke. The satellite cannot read exactly what it what do we have a is record in the last nine years as to present bolsa narrows claim that ngos started the fires. What is your reaction to that. Also it's a attempt by the president to hide hi dean cellphone consequences of environmental policy. He has been adopted. Its attempt to blaming anyone who denounced the environmental problem screened by his own ordering. How how much of a factor is deforestation in causing these wildfires. Almost all of these fires caused by human actions they use the fire is an instrument of frustration <unk> to destroy inaugu by designed for different use of soil then once we are going to dry seasons much more difficult to talk. It's important to know that there was another fifty percent off the money for the full probational fire he cut house off off the income from this program what we see in <hes> pictures of sao paulo <hes> enveloped in smoke. Do you know how this is all affecting people's people's health whether it's in the amazon or anywhere in brazil in a lot of fights he knows own these are happening since these devices on east start they they have increased of people going to host out because of breathing problems in my nose smell smoke smell will forest bernie or can. She won't be breached in allies. Angle paying goes off a smoke and ashes in india. This is a big problem. Romolo battista is the amazon on campaigner for greenpeace brazil speaking with us from the center of the amazon in manaus.
Why hip surgery wouldn’t help extend Andy Murray’s tennis career
"The British tennis player. Andy Murray who had hip surgery a year ago says next week so strongly and open could be his last tournament an emotional Marie told reporters Australia that he had been in a lot of pain for about twenty months. Here's Russell fuller, an extremely emotional. Andy Murray left the news conference room to compose himself after uttering just a few words, he says he realized during preseason training in December that he could not keep putting himself through the pain. Marie seriously considering a second operation to resurface his right hip, but that would be to improve the quality of his life rather than to extend his career. He would love to appear at Wembley. One final time, but will decide after the ustralian open whether he wants to put himself through pain for that length of time. Monday's first round match against Roberto Battista good could turn out to be
Disney Stands Firm on James Gunn Not Returning to ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
"And if you're remarkable fan you are said to hear that in fact Disney's saying. Absolutely not James Gunn will not, direct guardians galaxy Comp asking put our foot down they have put. Their foot down they may still use his, script that's being decided the problem is is that Hollywood wants to work with James Gunn. But until this whole contract thing gets settled. He's old like ten million for the script and so they're working their way around. That. So he's not in violation, of his contract they just decided, to fire him and so now should get. All of his mind exactly, his attorneys are saying that and so they're, working on that but. Until then he can't work for, anybody He has to get work for. Any work for people lining are lining up I work. With him in a heartbeat you. Know I got the Hollywood reporter notes here people want to work with him