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How Millipedes Avoid Interspecies Sexual Slips

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

How Millipedes Avoid Interspecies Sexual Slips

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Bob version. Most animals are pretty good at avoiding the embarrassing faux pas of having sex with the wrong species. But what if you're a millipedes under a cramped dark slippery rock with a dozen or more species all scurrying about looking for love? Fortunately, the critters evolved a solution, elaborate male gona pods literally genital feet with all manner of branches, bumps and bristles, and even with twelve thousand species of millipedes, no two varieties of gona pods are exactly the same. So the little arthropods could immediately tell if they're consorting with the wrong species, convenient not only for the millipedes but also for biologists. So you just have to pick it up and look at it and you see up. Yes, that's this species, and you can identify it. That's millipedes researcher Petra sear vault at the field. Museum in Chicago. The only problem is no offense to any male millipedes. The gona pods are tiny if you look at millipedes it's not that big to begin with. So you can imagine them, modified legs are even smaller now before we go. Any further, you might be wondering who cares about millipedes, let alone, their genitals, and the answer is not enough of us millipedes are believed to be the first land animals. Lord out of the water by tasty dead. Vegetable matter on earth's primeval shores. They have been in the business of waste management for four hundred sixty million years. And that means eating rotting vegetation, that returns the nutrients to the soil. And the healthy soil is what we need to grow our food. But today, there aren't enough millipedes. Researchers to determine if their populations are stable and healthy. In fact, sear volt says there are thousands of unknown millipedes species out there just tapping their many, many, many, many feast waiting to be noticed which brings us back to gonna pods recently sear vaulter ner colleagues decided to shine ultraviolet light onto the millipedes collection at the field. Museum because that's just exactly the sort of thing people who work in museums. Do we found that there couple Terry organs flu arrests and not just with one color, which would have been cool enough different parts of this couple, Terry, Oregon? We'll fluorescent different colors blue greenish, bluish greenish, and yellow the finding is in the zoological journal of the Lennane society as to why the male sex, organs, Fleurus, sear vault, says no one, perhaps, not even the millipedes themselves know, for sure. But the color-coded private parts do make identifying millipedes much easier for scientists. Sear vaulter alternate colleagues are not working to photograph different species. We need pictures of the male gonna pods, and we need them online, and we need them fast so that scientists can help millipedes keep the soil healthful for them and for us. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Bob Hershon.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

"bob hershon" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Los Angeles. Visit now to the Trump store and coffee house. Here's Stephan Kaufman. It's a place where supporters of President Donald Trump can go to buy all sorts of Trump theme merchandise, such as t shirts and hats and a whole lot more. We had Trump toilet roll holders that talk. Trump Trump your parking deplorables. We just have lots of fun. Karen, mckeown co owns the Trump store and coffeehouse in Show, Low Arizona mckeown's partner, Stephen Slayton says the shop is where like minded people hang out to discuss the virtues of President Donald Trump while standing next to cardboard cutouts of the president. And first lady customers are sure that they're free to chat about conservative values and policies. They come in. We're home. It's santuary skill. Good. And. Everything about Trump and provide an offer in have a lot of fun with him. Opposing political viewpoints. Are welcome. In the beginning. They were civil. Melanie? First thing to do they just spilling and yelling. And we just keep them out or call the police Slayton and mckeon say they've had folks visiting the store from across the country and a few from around the world. I'm Stephan Kaufman. Many Americans gain an hour this weekend, providing even more time to dream science reporter Bob Hershon spoke with a researcher who says dreams may provide answers many creative thinkers, including artists musicians. And scientists report getting new insights through dreams Harvard clinical psychologist Deirdre Barrett. Studies creative dreaming and has found that the dreaming brain specializes in visual spacial solutions hangs that are more of a word problem or math problem often get represented in images because that seems to be the part of the mind that's the most active during dreaming. She says dreams. Also excel at solving problems requiring outside the box thinking probably because our prefrontal cortex part of. The brain that filters out ideas that are silly or inappropriate is quiet during sleep allowing unusual ideas to surface. She says visualizing a problem before going to sleep and having paper pen and a flashlight on a bedside table frequently yields valuable new insights, I'm Bob Hershon for triple AS the science.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bob hershon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Los Angeles. Visit now to the Trump store and coffee house. Here's Stephan Kaufman. It's a place where supporters of President Donald Trump can go to buy all sorts of Trump theme merchandise, such as t shirts and hats and a whole lot more Trump toilet roll holders that talk Trump fly swatters, Trump parking deplorables. We just have lots of fun. Karen, mckeown co owns the Trump store and coffeehouse in shallow, Arizona mckeown's partner. Stephen Slayton says the shop is where like minded people hang out to discuss the virtues of President Donald Trump while standing next to cardboard cutouts of the president. And first lady customers are sure that they're free to chat about conservative values and policies. They come in. We're home and sanctuary skill. Good in everything about Trump. And that we provide an offer in has a lot of fun with oppose. Political viewpoints are welcome. In the beginning. They were civil in the first thing, they do the start spilling and yelling. And we cheat them out or properties popping call the police Slayton and mckeon say they've had folks visiting the store from across the country and a few from around the world. I'm Stephan Kaufman. Many Americans gain an hour this weekend, providing even more time to dream science. Reporter Bob Hershon spoke with a researcher who says dreams may provide answers many creative thinkers, including artists musicians. And scientists report getting new insights through dreams Harvard clinical psychologist Deirdre Barrett. Studies creative dreaming and has found that the dreaming brain specializes in visual spatial solutions hangs that are more of a word problem or math problem often get represented in images because that seems to be the part of the mind that's most active during dreaming. She says dreams also excel at solving problems requiring outside the. The box thinking probably because our prefrontal cortex the part of the brain that filters out ideas that are silly or inappropriate is quiet during sleep allowing unusual ideas to surface. She says visualizing a problem before going to sleep and having paper pen and a flashlight on a bedside table frequently yields valuable new insights, I'm Bob Hershon for triple AS the science society..

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Scientists just 'proved' that it's easy to influence children with robots

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00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Scientists just 'proved' that it's easy to influence children with robots

"Up. Many of us were warned against succumbing to peer pressure from other kids, Batas interactions with robots, become more commonplace. Could they influence our decisions as well get university researcher, Tony, bell payment. His team had children and adults answer extremely easy questions in the presence of cute humanoid robots. Sometimes a robot would suggest an incorrect answer. If you give the wrong onsite, then we know that you all socially conforming to robots and the tons adults not sensitive to be pressure from Robles. But children are bell payments, team reports in science, robotics that seventy four percent of children's incorrect answers, matched those suggested by the robots. He says that his robots become a bigger part of our daily lives. It will be important to understand their potential to affect kids choices.

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Stanford scientists invent a magnet that detects tumor cells

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00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Stanford scientists invent a magnet that detects tumor cells

"Cancer versus cancer i'm bob hershon and this is science update the best way to attack cancer cells maybe with other cancer cells this according to neurosurgeon khalid shah at brigham and women's hospital in this colleagues writing in the journal science translational medicine show says the cells have a finely tuned ability to sniff out their own kind review their homing properties to target on cancer cells in a mouse model of an aggressive brain tumor the team removed some of the tumor cells genetically engineered them to produce a cancer drug and then reinjected them the engineered cells accurately targeted the tumor without affecting healthy tissue show says they're even able to track down cancer cells that have spread to other parts of the body while promising the therapy will still need to undergo testing for human safety and efficacy i'm bob hershon for triple a s science ociety.

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Study of sleeping fur seals provides insight into the function of REM sleep

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00:59 min | 3 years ago

Study of sleeping fur seals provides insight into the function of REM sleep

"Sleep secrets from first heels i'm bob hershon in this is science update ma'am or rapid eye movement sleep comes right after our deepest sleep periods our brains warm and we experience vivid dreams many scientists believe rim helps us learn or regulates mood but by studying the unusual sleep patterns of first heels ucla researcher jerome segal and his colleagues have found a simpler explanation they argue in the journal current biology that remm activity heats our brains so we're less groggy gets the brain fully functional in preparation for waking first heels have sleep cycles just like us when they're on land but while living it c they sleep with just half their brains at a time to stay alert and keep from drowning and they then stop having rem sleep why seagull says that since they're never fully unconscious first seals at sea don't need the kick start that remm otherwise provides i'm bob hershon for triple as the science society.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"There's a new dire warning for people in the story town of ellicott city maryland where flash floods have moved cars damaged buildings and lead to multiple water rescue efforts the warnings telling everyone including emergency officials and reporters to get to high ground is more water is coming on the gulf coast it's not a great weekend for the tourist industry is correspondent jennifer gray found on pensacola beach florida normally memorial day weekend this beach would be packed solid it's not crowded at all and they've picked up all of the beach chairs and lounge chairs that would normally be out here provided by the hotels all of those have been picked up low pressure blood pressure and fatigue the reasons former president george hw bush is in a hospital in maine spokesman says the ninety three year olds awake and alert and not in distress more talks about reviving the us north korea summit as he was diplomats have been talking to north korean officials today at the border village at penn moonjong i'm richard johnson baby talk i'm bob hershon in this is science update babies just love the sound of other babies forty two science experiment mcgill university speech scientists linda polka inner team found that four to five month old infants pay more attention to the high pitched babbling sounds made by other infants into the vocalisations of their own parents what we saw is that the baby's chose to listen much longer to the infant sounds some even smiled or move their mouths as if to practice talking poke thinks this preference for baby sounds may be crucial to future speech development they need to pay attention to their own voice because that's going to play a very important role in their learning to talk at a recent meeting of the acoustical society of america she noted that this could also help explain why many adults talk to babies in a high pitched voice i'm bob hershon for triple a s the science society w tma here's a what are you doing the rest of.

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

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"Bob hershon and this is science update visit a starbucks in northern china with its tradition of wheat farming and you'll see many patrons sitting alone compared to starbucks in southern china where they've raised rice for many centuries in journal science advances university of chicago researcher thomas towel ham writes that this is no coincidence managing rice patties is intensely cooperative while wheat farming allows more independence was how the majority of chinese people live their lives day in day out for generations farming patterns may well influence chinese culture this is true even among city dwelling starbucks sipping office workers who've never farmed cal helms work suggests that a culture is farming past is so deeply ingrained that it can play a role in modern behavior decades or even centuries later i'm bob hershon for triple a s the science society twelve fifty wt have you ever felt the frustration of trying to describe to someone a very complicated experience then after tom simply throwing up a hand and saying you just had to be there hi i'm joe cordell at the law firm cordell and cordell divorce is a lot like that especially for men words just won't provide the full picture but neither will walking away especially when your experiences might help a guy in a similar situation if i did not believe that i would not have chosen divorce laws my profession might have horse was years ago but i still feel a connection with every guy that hires cordell and cordell by the way unless you're in missouri oil annoy i'm not licensed in your state but that's okay our attorneys in your state are contacted.

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"When male costa's hummingbird's dive through the air they sound a little like the onboard communication system and star trek but they're really just trying to impress females i up in the air and then do this power diver they descend at accelerate towards the earth and then zoom past the female while spreading their tail and making sounds with their tail as they go past riverside biologists chris clark and his colleague emily mystic report in current biology the males twist their tails others during flight to reduce sound distortion caused by the doppler effect like a race car going by this allows them to control their perceived speed but it's not yet known why they do this or if the females take notice i'm bob hershon for triple as science society w tma dna we all have it's part of our genetic makeup but it wasn't discovered until the nineteen sixties or was it one hundred years earlier there are dramatic stories of the bright ideas and the brilliant men and women whose work is transformed the worlds of science and technology over the last century you can go behind these real stories and awe moments of dna mapping the evolution of artificial intelligence the rise of the personal computer and other discoveries with american innovations on news theories from wonder and hosted by bestselling author steven johnson called one of the top ten brains of the digital future american innovations tells the dramatic stories of the bright ideas and brilliant men and women whose work has transformed the world over the last century you'll also hear about the everyday people whose lives are transformed by these innovations for better and sometimes.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Drive infant's logic i'm bob hershon and this is science update adults used the process of elimination to solve problems now researchers report in the journal science that infants might also begin to use this form of logical reasoning before they've even mastered language johns hopkins university developmental psychologist nicolosi as ana are low his colleagues studied how infants react when presented with animated video clips depicting logical inconsistencies for example when they expected to see flower inside of a cup but it turned out to be a dinosaur instead we're following that team or stolen we increase of attention events that relate to the conclusion of the logic you he says some researchers assumed that logical reasoning takes many years to develop but the study suggests that it may actually be present in an early form before we turned two years old i'm bob hershon for triple as the science society twelve fifty wt at have you ever felt the frustration of trying to describe to someone a very complicated experience then after time simply throwing up a hand and saying you just had to be there hi i'm joe cordell at the law firm cordell and cordell divorce is a lot like that especially for men words just won't provide the full picture but neither will walking away especially when your experiences might help a guy in a similar situation if i do not believe that i would not have chosen divorce laws my profession might avoid was years ago but i still feel a connection with every guy that hires cordell and cordell by the way unless you're in missouri or illinois i'm not licensed in your state but that's okay our attorneys in your state are contacted.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Former fbi director deputy director andrew mccabe cap notes about his dealings with president trump and has turned them over to special counsel robert muller also mccabe's already spoken to muller's team and at least two members of congress are ready to offer mccabe jobs so he can qualify for his full federal pension recovery crews in miami of now finished looking for bodies under the wreckage of a collapse pedestrian bridge authorities say the final death toll is six britons considering its next steps now that russia's expelled twentythree british diplomats closed the uk consulate in saint petersburg and shut down a british cultural program in russia all that after the uk kicked out twentythree russians over the poisoning of a former russian spy they're working hard to get out the vote in russia is the polls of open for the presidential election while vladimir putin is a shooin there's a big effort to show a big turnout one report says employers are pressuring workers to show evidence they voted i'm rich johnson charleston shark aerodynamics i'm bob hershon and this is science update shark skin may appear to be smooth but it's actually made up of microscopic tooth like structures that reduce drag allowing the animals to swim more efficiently understanding these structures could lead to more energyefficient aerial devices according to harvard engineers gusto mal and many sadat writing in the journal of the royal society interface their team created scaled up models of the structure is using a three d printer testing they're aero dynamic properties when attached to winglike blades d'amoto says the structures don't just reduce drag but led to major increases in left in real world machines this could translate to energy savings nature's had such a headstarts revolution that it's good to look to nature.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Scott new strategy to keep school kids safe some investors breathing easier over the possibility of the fed raising interest rates good news on wall street dow jones industrial average soared by almost three hundred forty eight points with the bluechip index up half a percent for the week the sp 500 advanced by forty three points and for the week instead higher the nasdaq jumped one hundred twenty seven points and rose one and a half percent for the week or responded in cates five hundred million people used drop box to store data online another eleven million pay for premium version or game today drop box he's going public it's not yet set a stock price i'm rich johnson listened to the big talker on alexa save alexa unable wtma skill than to play as safe alexa open wtma a citizen scientists finds a lost satellite i'm bob hershon in this is science update last month ham radio operator scott chilly unexpectedly picked up radio signals from space and identify the source as image a nasa satellite that malfunctioned and disappeared over twelve years ago nasa scientists thomas more at the goddard space flight center says that in the intervening years a plucky spacecraft apparently managed to reboot itself restricted itself and so or what is rummaging further old files used to command hopper spacecraft image studies earth's magnetosphere that's the plasma and other charge material surrounding the planet that causes the aurora and sometimes disrupts are electrical read more says that if the satellite passes a checkup it should be ready to go back to work after its twelveyear vacation i'm bob hershon for aaa us science society dump many socalled human capital management solutions are actually just stitch together applications that don't even talk to one another but with krona's hc and you.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Our influential gut bacteria i'm bob hershon and this is science up gay our gut bacteria may reside in our digestive system but they exert powerful effects on our entire body according to rob night director of the uscca go center from microbiome innovation at the annual meeting of the american association for the advancement of science night explained the gut bacteria play a role in multiple sclerosis autism and even depression cueva by career during auditor from conquering one thing that during a for you all molecules but a out on the go go into the bloodstream of an app impaired come cold or wherever your body they also send messages through a major nerve that connects the got to the brain night says in the future disorders ranging from rheumatoid arthritis to parkinson's disease could be treated not just by repairing our own cells but by modifying the bacteria that live inside us i'm bob hershon for aaa us assigned society wtma the no welcome back to jim bohannon show we're looking at the president's budget particularly the one and a half trillion dollars he's putting forward for infrastructure spending with the baron eke de rugy which was with the mercatus center at george mason university a northern virginia dick is in franklin county washington elo dick hello jim uh thing that interests me is that in this discussion i have not heard mention of the constitution and if we go the federalist number forty five by james madison this is very brief the powers delegated by the.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"He ducked 'able may apply uncivil i'm bob hershon and this is science update most people show a preference for those who are hopeful towards others but weird this behavior come from duke university evolutionary anthropologists christopher crew panya and brian hair thought that one of our closest living relatives the benako bows might share this preference purdue gutters but they report in the journal current biology that the apes normally a peaceful and cooperative species will actually favour the bad guy when given the choice group panya says it's possible had been obosar perceive uncivil behavior as a sign of dominance and that associating with jerks could improve their own social standing with thirty raises the possibility that part of the reason that humans are so in ten fake cooperative is because exhibit a three of early emerging motivation for her helpers that we dorothy review i'm bob hershon for aaa us the science society wtma on the drive aboard we have the brita roadway i'd 26 if 216 eastbound we also have a pedestrian and roadway i twenty six to the one eighty nine westbound religion i twenty six at the one nine three westbound also as boral due out mix the sc forty one we have a 9 andrew collision north main street out makes the church street in bano animal research being assisted iva 26 said the twenty one mile market the ban all pre eddie traffic on the bridge is an interstates please be careful if you're an unincorporated business owner it's.

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02:35 min | 3 years ago

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"To the dolphins i'm bob hershon for aaa s science society wtma charlie james in the morning stimulating talk all day fee a cumulus station special report alabama election this campaign has never been about me it's never been about growing more it has been about every one of you every one of you and your sons and daughters there's doug jones for the first time in decades a democrat in alabama has been projected winner of the open seat in the us senate doug jones has apparently defeated roy more for these seat vacated by attorney general jeff sessions the africanamerican electorate whether it was in montgomery selma tuscaloosa birmingham huge for doug jones that was the big margin correspondent john king a possible vote recount looms currently at this moment there is no plan for a recount a lot has to happen before that process would move forward secretary of state john meryl telling me he is first priority here is to follow the alabama letter of the liars kaley heart hung president trump congratulated doug jones on his victory in a late night tweet roy moore has not conceded the election i'm john trout president trump is accused of using twitter to toss a sexist smear at democratic senator christon gillaibrand senate democratic leader chuck schumer says the tweet in which the president said jilib brand would come to his office in quote do anything for campaign donations was inappropriate that tweet was nasty unbecoming of a president senator jila brands an outstanding member of the senate president needs to cut it out with the tweeting he ought stop tweeting and start leading house minority leader nancy pelosi call the president's tweet disgusting and disgraceful a bangladeshi immigrant is expected to appear before a federal magistrate to face terrorism charges accusing him of setting oftenexplosive in a new york city transportation hub ocoee abdulah remains hospitalized with burns from a pipe bomb that failed to fully detonate authorities are determining whether his appearance today will need to take place through crowe closed circuit video from a hospital i'm john trout here's more of the news you'll be talking about on twelve fifty wtma and wtma dot com good morning i'm sherry bernardi it is 602 yesterday in colombia representatives from sc ian g and other interested parties went before state regulators at issue.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Low tech dna extraction i'm bob hershon in this is science update extracting dna from cells has traditionally been a labour intensive process requiring a laboratory full of specialized equipment but now scientists report in the journal plus biology but they've developed a dipstick made out of cellulose that extract dna from animals plants and potential pathogens in less than a minute university of queensland molecular biologist jimmy batalik explains that the dipstick works by binding to nucleic acids in the dna which can then be amplified for study gumbu everything in the field with dawn nick dubbing anything to the la that means you're gonna take it to crisis like the middle of a jungle but shalah envisions the dep stick as a lowcost tool for medical testing agricultural analysis and conservation work in developing countries where labs are scarce i'm bob hershon for aaa us the science society w t m a done no and hill goes and and crowd thirty four past the hour talk radio review i'm doug stafford with michael harrison who.

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"One one while fifty wtma friendly be is i'm bob her shot in this is science update in the 1950s scientists brought aggressive honeybees from africa to brazil in the hopes of breeding them with relatively docile european bees to produce hardier hives but the experiment failed unleashing deadly killer bee is on south and central america but some of those bs accidentally ended up in puerto rico we're in just a few decades isolated island living is driven them to evolve a better temper this according to university of illinois behavioral genome assists arianna avalos or in puerto rico yao however gem dole tropical yup up to be better quite manageable and his colleagues report in the journal nature communications that despite evolving key genetic differences puerto rican bees still retain their killer relatives ability to fight off parasites that currently threaten european honey bee populations i'm bob hershon for aaa us the science society wtma this is the city were danger lurks two we on new creature walks among us causing fear mayhem and injury be back children look out for the dreaded digital dead walker's they're not looking out for you with visas quest against their little handheld devices they put all good citizens in harm's way with eight pal pardon you the digital dead walkers are multiplying.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Twenty six forty six eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six various important robot he'll lie self i'm bob her shannon this is science up gay robots made out of soft flexible materials are ideal for handling fruits and vegetables assisting in surgery and safely interacting with people but there are also prone to damage from sharp objects in other hazards now engineers right in the journal science robotics that they've created soft robots that can heal their own wounds ride university of brussels graduate student sepetu ren says they're me from the network of flexible polymers that repair themselves with heat is an it'd be like a tree defeat by there were when he did the meagre skopje mobility of the bullet miss is increase and he gained slowly slow into cuts anc leeds and this allows the robots to earth themselves but hill afterwards taran says the next step is to build in sensors so the robot's know when they've been damaged i'm bob hershon for aaa us the science society wtma that is on as do they hurry in its caused traffic is slow down in some places but we only have one thing on the traffic board and that's the motors being assisted i twenty six at the doulos six westbound as if it is in the estates' i twenty six is moving well energy eighty eastbound the donald this bumper to bumper westbound so as i do six west of the energy and the rather nail has moderate please be careful do not use your cruise control it may have to beat the hyperplane poverty man and a handful of fifty wtma threat people who can.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"This is the brian beatty real estate show on the big talker twelve fifty wtma with just a few minutes left we'll come back for some more and portent information stick around more stimulating topgun realestate matters with brian beattie next on twelve fifty wtma learning to fight fungal disease i'm bob hershon and this is science out gays saving the world's frogs might be a reason enough to fight global fraud tilling fungus known as can't trade after all frogs are enormously important wetlands ecosystems but smithsonian national zoo conservation biologists brian grant wik says fighting a kicked red pandemic will also help as face future fungal attacks that could target us this is a global pandemic that's affecting an entire class of vertebrates and we actually have a real opportunity to understand global and annex how they work and what our options are fighting them grab quick explains that vaccines and antibiotics used to stop viral and bacterial out breaks are useless against fungal diseases coming up with new weapons to stop kitrey today could help stop human targeted fungal outbreaks in the future i'm bob hershon for aaa us the science society w what makes new simply summers the feminine wash the franc at seriously fat saying if name simple in ingredient from our stockholder and happy maintain unnaturally houthi ph jump me off the fact that ramp here's were simply summarize even greedy and think marlon cleared harsh chemicals donald alcohol a pair of on constant rank refreshing form frank mandarin gloss.

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02:19 min | 4 years ago

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"So to the elderly i'm bob hershon for aaa s sign society wtma dot com charlie james in the morning stimulating talk a cumulus station russia umbro trafficking deaths i'm john trout president trump's soninlaw jared kushner expected to appear in a closed hearing of the senate intelligence committee today investigating russian interference in the presidential election the topic not a priority for white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders top three issues that the media cares about our russia russia in russia there's fifteen times more coverage on russia in on that three biggest issues that americans care about that's a problem with authorities adjusted the death count to nine with other dozens that is high hospitalized after they were found in the back of a sweltering tractortrailer in san antonio texas fire chief charles who describes the condition of the survivors although pulse rates were about one hundred thirty they'll hot too because there was no water so there were you hydrated they were not associated with the work mohammadi in all of those things that you you heat exhaustion and screw arafat row prosecutors say james matthew bradley jr of clearwater florida presumably the truck driver will be charged today is rarely authorities installed security cameras near the lion's gate entrance one of the holiest sites in jerusalem as tensions between israelis and palestinians grow israeli media say president trump's mideast envoy is on his way to the region to try and defuse the crisis correspondent and leaves in jerusalem israel installed metal detectors these cameras they say to provide security for that complex but this move with seen as a unilateral move as israel's trying to expand its authority that seem by the palace indians that seem by the jordanians and that's really what has sparked this crisis it really is one that is going to need a political solution but since then we've seen clashes almost every night tear an afghan government official says the death toll from a suicide carbombing in a western neighborhood of kabul as climbed twenty four forty two people wounded i'm john summaries here in the real estate market is hot this is john quincy it if you want to.

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"bob hershon" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"bob hershon" Discussed on WTMA

"The process of having to hire a second or third agent in the first place higher right the first time that makes it easy so all that and more that brian beatty real estate show continues right here on the big talker twelve fifty wtma find brian beatty online at listings in charleston down cobb of data released a show continues next on the big tucker twelve fifty wtma rush rooms of the dinosaurs i'm bob hershon and this is science up gay a hundred and fifteen million years ago when dinosaurs roane the earth twoinch tom mushroom toppled over and fell into a salty lagoon the delicate fungi was preserved in brine while minerals slowly replaced its tissue it survived the breakup of the super continent gondwana and eventually round up at the university of illinois in the lab astonished paleontologist samuel heads mushrooms have various federal and a pop up and then they go nigon within a bail to they became very rapidly after they die so binding of awesome mushroom is extremely wrap fungi are one of the six kingdoms of life if this fine reported in the journal plus help scientists begin to fill in one of the more fragmentary chapters in the evolution of life on earth i'm bob hershon for trip lance the s the vote surin and the readers of the charleston city paper a voted matt o'neill as the best realtor in charleston heads.

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