35 Burst results for "Brainy"

Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

00:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"I just wanted to say. Lena is resigning from luther or chee. Basically giving up as her means of not playing lex games anymore. These you won't get any scent company chip. Just yeah so that. That's going to be interesting. How where where she goes. Not being not being. Lena lutheran charge of luther al court room but i like her and brainy scenes the scene that they have where he's hologram multitasking. He's working in. He's working in the watchtower and he's got a hologram talking with lina which was discussing lax which was awesome. Because if i become the brainiac. Eric dier i think of when i think of absolutely took a while to get there i think i think definitely Removing the inhibitors has definitely given jesse rafeh a new character to embrace. Really open up brainy from that campy goofy brainy. He was for a couple of years. They had been the sooner it now. It's like you just said it opens up the actor but it's like oh that makes sense why he was like so for all. This time that i was a little hard on bringing a this billy make sense. Why yeah. it'll be interesting to go back and rewatch the whole thing. With a different context of any You know being inhibited. The whole time as opposed to just being goofy after we see how things resolve themselves here in our final season. I i league. I league and look you know restarting areas that the earth and i think if we restart at the beginning sailors they get a lot more right now. It likes suit when he burst. Sits down is awesome. It's an awesome looking suit right. It just it. just it. Looks cure lex luther but just looking suit and also wanna point out that dawn as a black shirt. He's wearing like was like under armour but has a symbol embossed on picture. So even when he wasn't is martian manhunter suit. He's wearing a shirt as martian. Manhunter sim as prequel branding. Pro like cher right and you mentioned the suits in the next scene. Between brainy and lena the one you specifically brought up earlier and we get to talk about now where he has his where he has his breakdown where he kind of. Let his emotions go. Lena says something about how she hates him and how she wishes that they could kill him but she also says i hate him. I hate everything about him. She says i is suits you. You know so. So yeah she. She listed a couple of things and she said. I wish i could kill him. Rainy says we should kill him. Do you mean that you were yes. She could finish mp fatality right. That's great. I had my head. I mean and i think that's gonna be a leeson. Have a great art. I think out of all ages. I the she'll be the one that we can sit back and really be like. That was a great art. That was that was awesome like her redemption. Her you return to being started out with trying to be any. No we got a. We got a few episodes here where she's part of teen supergirl and super girls been stuck in the phantom zone. I mean it's going to be awesome to finally see katie mcgrath and melissa benoist because they've got such good chemistry together and they've just just as kara and lena now it's going to be. She's part of teams supergirl. How's that going to. How's that going to play. The you know what what are big and i bring to the table this season because they've been so bad together so This whole time. I'm very looking forward that by last thought before we transition here is. I understand as you about leaving like luther. I packed admires luther. But is it responsible like like knowing who truly it and what. He's it's a huge gamble because he's trying to play into his ego. Where kiki will that earth is. He wants to be able to have that mouse and all the back and forth. She's trying to play like into the word. That'll actually positive problems. But it's a responsible move. He can do with the resources that he asked right. And meanwhile we have like super villainess legs in superman is nowhere still but there's been a through line of why arc said less superman. Lois takes place or this or this take place and two grand. Lois takes place after. There's some shift in the time. So i assume that's probably the case that there is a shift in the time line on but still either way lex luther superman knows exactly. How bad lex. Luther is and and you know how malevolent and manipulative and dangerous. He is so the fact that lex is the you know the biggest bad that supergirl is dealing with pretty much at the moment. It's that makes little sense as to why clark is not around. Purley in my candidate is superman lois as place to grow. That's my worst legislated. There's too many pieces moving. Were not brought arts at. So that's my current. Is it in and until something happens. other what's i also hate the fact that barrel in one earth we have not got enough cross or mentioned or even or even simple scenes of like car on a video monitor talking to berry or something like just communicating. You know like they built up the prices so much you know they have all these pieces and different places of where the teams and it's just all i.

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"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

05:26 min | 4 d ago

"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

"And that's looking at the getting back to how the subconscious and conscious works getting through. That gatekeeper of everybody says thank you or sincerely or whatnot zone. Mind with me thoughtful. And you potentially noticed that it's capital b. e. and then all lower case for thoughtful and so the b. e. is behavioral economics. It's a little hint at wasn't there. And then the thoughtfulness and same with the logo. It's not very obvious that the smoke on the rocket is a brain at first. You know it's like these little easter egg moments where you can then see and have that thought essentially if like wow if she put this much thought into that there must be more here and people are kind of looking for that just as you go. And i'm all about creating curiosity and asking good questions and not just accepting what's there and so it all really hints back at that which is a big theme of the brand and the show in the work that i do. Yeah and it's like the arrow in the fedex logo once you see it you'll never unsee it right. Yes absolutely so. The podcast is the brainy business. Podcast right correct. Yes so for those who want to listen to that like you said. It's really an extension of the kinds of things we're talking about today and the kinds of things it'll be in your book but You have you know fascinating guests where you get to go in all kinds of direction. So i certainly recommend that people seek out brainy business podcast What's your website for people who want to check out and learn more about you. The website is the brain business dot com. And the podcast is there. You can also find it on all the Wherever you listen to podcasts and The book is there on the website and everything and it's a mix of For the podcast. He said there's interviews but also a lot of those solo episodes. It was just me talking for the first eighty episodes of the show and explaining concepts and things so Yeah and then. You can find me on all the socials as the brady biz. The is e of one thing. I'm about then since you did somebody podcast episodes where it was. Just you talking and then of course you do a lot of interviews now. I'm sure you do a little bit of both. What are you find kind of performance. Wise what do you find that your audience is most interested in and do they gravitate toward kind of the subject matter expertise. You talking on something or do they gravitate more toward interviews or it. Does it really just kind of depend. It can depend their some interviews that do really well dan rallies was one that had some you know capturing attention on their In a couple of weeks stephen. Mr covey's going to be a guest. And i think that where there's a big name that people are familiar with can make a difference because a lot of the listenership there so there are more episodes that are just me and people are coming there to hear the way that i talk about a concept i think that those solo episodes tend to do well and i want to learn about game theory. So i'm just gonna listen to that one episode But the ones that actually do. The best are the these company analysis at the sewed. So i have an episode right talk about starbucks. The paper economics of starbucks of costco of disney of peleton. Nj saying you know. These are what i see when i look at the brand things that make them successful..

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Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

03:33 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"What happens is we see the fans known tact her and it is if you i think that was a week later referred to as fantasy they say prime phantom but i liked it sounds cooler and basically we learned that the anthems feed off a solar energy beer. What would be known as the sole rain talk about some formulas and they've found the thirty first what we consider a soul was basically destroy mcgowan soul and turn her body into and they've remember that art of magan soul resides gone as of the martian. Bonding it so. They set up a way to transfer that art of earth. Toll machine back to her to save her. And that's what allison brainier. Bending from the phantoms. And it's a pretty sweet scene because you have a multiple phantoms combusting. In and lena's they're assisting and that's where we get the line about The kidnap simone but phantom prime is able to portable away from my age. They have yes she is. She is trying to set the teleport or watch to send them into the containment cells while brainy and alex are fending off the phantoms to allow john to. Yes save again with kelly. I bite add. Kelly is in the room with them with john. Mcgann gave kelly using her tactic monitor. But it was kind of one of those like it. Use the in. Whatever like that's just kind of biloxi right so we're not like by. It was one of those type of the filler assignment. So now let's back lax and up. Probably the more interesting dynamic at the more me because this is kind of lena's redemption right. Now we have. Lena elect battling over l. or early for now control. Lena was able to with brain. He's assistance change. Being option on everything changed less bio scans so that the keep him out of the company stuff. But we're selects finds a way around everything and then we felt a has a new friend who is now. The district attorney was the assistant district attorney. Who is now a district attorney. Who is looking into ernani. Cherry opening invest and and. That is one of lex is big power place against her. Well you mentioned the lex foundation. Or whatever and rainy in lena basically are able and they drain all flex his accounts and donated to children's hospital all this money the ad for his foe foundations or whatever they donate to a children's hospital and what is left lack sets a children's hospital on buyer seem engines he sends otis is a visit and man that right there proved out dark in office and then he has blamed on faulty wiring. Embrace being there was the one responsible for all the updates and maintenance to the renovation of the children at the hospital throwing like trying to throw her under the bus said as power moved to two one. Lena always fight. They're always fighting. It was just like it's one of those can't when you're dealing with someone that diabolical trying to fight them as is hard because they will operate without any conscience or rules they will sink to any level. And how do you combat that. You know doesn't care who urged her what year. It's absolutely and that leaves lena. Well before she makes her decision. We have an awesome scene between brain. And lena were lena says about wanting to kill lex to the wish. We could just kill him. Brings you have and she said yes. It sent me to the darkest places. And brainy goes off about how bad he wants to build lexin and how he knows a carbon breaks down where he could send him a how ego dart and then he just breaks down about since having his inhibitors. Not being able to process is emotions. All the He's getting hit with all of his emotions. He doesn't wanna inhibitors block them. Obviously he doesn't know how awesome with a child learning how to deal with their emotions. That's why kids have meltdowns. And they throw fits and things like that because they're feeling things they don't know how to deal with how to process. There are people in their thirties and forties. Who don't know how to deal with their crap Yes we won't say any name. Yes i so besides lax and lena's interactions this episode which is yes very compelling and i'm interested to see where it goes because lexus final line in this episode is butler asking him so what does the man. What's the man who what are you going to do. Being the man who has everything and he says he'll get more than goes through any any walks through a portal. Transient but.

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"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

03:26 min | 4 d ago

"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

"Another thing i'm really curious about with regards to you is your really just the way you've put your whole brand together. You are bold and colorful and fun and energetic and those are not adjectives that are often tied to behavioral science behavioral economics social psychology heart of it is. I'm sure your natural personality coming out. But how much have you deliberately crafted your brand to. Maybe be the antithesis of what the common stigma might be in the field that you work. I appreciate you noting it and Being able to tell that there's some authenticity to it versus kind of thing myself feels very authentic so There were some very intentional things. So like my brand colors. The brainy business purple and i have a purple brain. I can see him. He's a character for me. He's got glasses on over here in my office But very much when i was picking out the My logo and the show. Art for the podcast. So it's it's very cartoon looking rocket and then the Like smoke underneath is shaped like a brain. And that's got this kind of squishy font for the brady business where it looks like folds in the brain things like that. I wanted to be because most people that i'm looking to be targeting that it's not academia that i know i want people to know it doesn't look or sound boring like a lecture that you don't want to listen to you. You're looking for podcast that if you search behavioral economics and then you see this fun looking logo you think. That sounds interesting right. I'm gonna go check that out and if the things that it's next to our very rigid and and stodgy that it helps to stand out again. That's priming people for what to expect. When they click on end that i click of saying. I'm going to try this. One is the most important thing. Because i know where the show. It's very much like you hearing me talking now. This is it. This is what you get from the show and like clients. When i work with them. I mean very much conversational space and so then you start to listen and see that. They're spun stories and You can laugh along with whatever's happening then you're going to want to stay. So there is a lot of thoughtfulness that goes into it and actually end every episode and my email signature is to be thoughtful. Which is also very intentional but You know putting in that extra little bit of time to think about something can make a really big impact for businesses and brands. And just very that we do. Yeah well and it's a powder interrupt to. I've i noticed that signature on your email and it made me stop for a minute. Now you know. I looked at analytically. I found a curious which for me is just where my brain goes like. Oh that's interesting. I know that's deliberate. And then i started thinking what impact is going to have on other people when they see it. But it's also anything that can interrupt that pattern of what people are doing kind of on autopilot all day long right right well..

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Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

04:09 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brainy" discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Phantom we get the the description of the phantoms. And before just before that happens. Brainy is talking with blacks on a screen. Oh i liked the scene. There brainy like A later date they set up actually in this scene because he's talking the lexin lexus. Is you know appealing to him. Just like like they got they. Did they needed to do and got. I got the job done with leviathan. This and that and Brainy he was working with lacks any fail so horrible about it and he knows how evil lex is and so just being his call manipulative self telling brainy what's what in their conversation and bringing like he wants to punch the television. He wants to destroy its elevation. That's exactly when they come walking in with silas and then we get an expansion on that later with brain. Lena silence transformation team. It's like watching. I'm like i didn't think. If i was turned into a zillion i was like well see like trains. Like more like a vampire you know as as he's supposed to be as is great a banner with Or stuff comes from and then he turned over like all right. That's a and it was. It was cool just because they create a bigger threat of because now. If they don't save anybody yeah each person that the phantom attacks a infects them and they transform into into new into new phantoms l. a. john is wearing is march. Been sued awesome looking more like yup. They've they've definitely gotten better on the cw with with costuming but I think probably super girls costumes are some of the better ones. I mean you know back. On arrow we just had people with leather hoods and and bouffy helmets. Got some cool speedster costumes. Like godspeed like the best. One that they've come out with got zooms was pretty sweet season two when you see him recycled awesome like victory austin with recycle In everything to but soon and we get a scene between kelly and six we do. And it's alex is watch our land to alex is watching the hologram files of kara basically Advise our last will and testament. I bang and she. Is she salad by. Alex has as we see in the next scene. She's like post traumatic stress as when they have the scene where silas turned like she freeze. It and can't is having trouble yeah. She's taking a loss of kara very very hard. Alex has always been pretty emotional. She had her she. She had her emotional arc of like learning to feel and understand her emotions and everything back in like back when she first realized that she was gay and then she got to be herself so she started to do that and then when she got engaged in broke it off with maggie. Shot have been very. She's taken this loss with kara berry berry hard like i mentioned that last episode when the they discussed that the phantom zone is fractured and it would be so it would be incredibly difficult it can take years to find them in the phantom zone and define car on the phantom zone man. She took like super hard that she didn't save her sister on the first. Try the first go around and in this episode. I mean we get that right away the first time we see her she's just lost all hope. Yea defeated it and it earned and over. This is p. t. It's been so much her life. Like protecting ara. And then i think since. Rv seemed to progress with just help. Build their their sisterly bond better. Yeah i think. I think in a way. It allowed alex to be more of herself. You know she. She didn't her being supergirl even though she's protective of her her being supergirl and embracing her abilities and her identity and stuff like that gave alex some freedom of having to cover for her less having to protect her a little bit less. And that's what's kind of allowed alex to become the character she has since. We're since we're on like alex we was wrought role of later in the episode. We have seen where. Alex basically doesn't use herself as eight but she she fights she. She regains her competence and battles with the phantoms. To you know help by time earth the other events that will get to a return to form for her and then we get a really strong seen with her and kelly. Athenian which i think. I think that scene where we're discussing might be the first time we've seen the full costume transformation from the hand of the soldier that she got from john last season. Yes that was my thought comes in. And it's like she says let's gear up and she has her end of the soldier on her wrist and right from their sponsor entire costume her her crimefighting uniform and then she and then she spawns her gun too. That's pretty epic. That pretty much pretty much sums up women. In this whole jump back here all mcgann. In the john story line we have mcgann. Basically tells sean to think of more soldier. Analogous father airs over last week but mcgann goes off by a phantom on her own.

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"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

05:26 min | 4 d ago

"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

"Am so i i think it really just shows up of everything even for the just the common person using it day to day the power of thinking about how things are framed is really. If you're going to pick up nothing else. I that's that's probably a really important thing to pick up right. Yes i would agree. It's actually so in my book. I have the conn introduced concepts and framing is the very first one because foundational end. It's also one of the ones that when i'm talking to you about how to go about applying this if you want to start testing framing is the easiest place to start because it's so simple to shift like you said the way you talk about three calories or One of the examples. I always give is looking at. You know you have ground beef and you're going to buy some in one. Stack is labeled as ninety percent fat free and the other is ten percent fat which sounds better and almost everybody always says ninety percent fat free is what they want exactly the same but you have a hard time in the way that you hear it and so two not just take data numbers in and whatever it is in the exact way it's given to you actually think what if i said this differently and with this says three out of four dentists degree but like what does that mean about the other one you know how. How do we do something here. And so help clients be say like seventy eight percent of people would buy from us again. Like that doesn't sound great. Seventy eight percents not racism but basically the same as four out of five which sounds really good. so the way makes a difference Yeah whether you're putting things in ratios or whether you're doing percentages Whether you're going out to decimal points like all of those and then it comes down to testing right. Most of the listeners of the podcast or in research and researchers are often the worst taking their own medicine and doing their own testing but all of these things are theoretical and you never know which version is really going to work best in any one context and it really then comes down to testing that hypothesis seeing how it works and then refining it from there right exactly and the context is really the most important thing and really the thing that most businesses and people get wrong is the very very very first step which is understanding what you want someone to do. What's the outcome you're looking for. And then you create your experiment around that particular behavior and where like like. How do we get more customers dependence like what are you wanting them to buy. Who are they where they coming from. Which again like you said. People who work in research understand that especially when you're working with your own clients but Taking those moments annoying that for any of the researchers here that are actually pitching to do projects. The way you present information how you talk about the work you do in the results that you get and the benefit to the client of working you you can be absolutely implementing all of these tactics and how you anchor on certain numbers when you present information where you present the high.

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"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

04:52 min | 4 d ago

"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

"I know how to do this can do that can do that. And then when there's something weird it'll let your conscious brain step up and do something. So that is very important to say because the subconscious is making these decisions based on those rules of thumb the way that things impact the subconscious can impact a choice that it is going to make and a great study that was done on this is looking at. They had people in a room. They were working together on a cooperative task. In half of the cases there was a briefcase in sight and the other half. There was a backpack that was insight and nobody noticed it. As is the way that these typically work on a conscious level at uneven trigger anything but those in the briefcase room where much more likely to be combative And to be retaining and kind of aggressive with the team members whereas those in the backpack room were more likely to be cooperative and work better together. And you just think about. The associations are Brains have with those sorts of concepts people who held an iced coffee versus a hot coffee rated people that they talk to or learned about later as being more cold and difficult just really weird literal associations that we don't think should happen and so that is cramming In in context. If you think about the word choice you have a few. Were doing a survey. Let's say or the way you phrase the question if you put out an image in an ad that has that iced coffee in it just happens to be holding a cold drink but you're not thinking about what it's doing to prime that experience someone is having it can really have a big impact without realizing it and can shift everything. So that's priming. That's essentially how that works together when you're asking about is nudges. And this is based on some really foundational research in the field of behavioral science and behavioral economics. Which was done by richard and son stein and looking at how you encourage someone to make a choice..

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"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

01:52 min | 4 d ago

"brainy" Discussed on Audible Insights

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"brainy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"brainy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Have these giant snow slopes. Right. You hit that with your car. Now you'll break through the snow because it's a little bit warmer and the sun is out and all that, But once we get to those sub zero's that's a ramp. You're gonna have cars jumping, They're boring, And that's that was an issue We saw a couple of years ago and starting what Saturday in the Sunday It's gonna mean some of these areas will be dangerous. They'll be narrower and you'll have ramps all along the area. Because it will be frozen son. Well, the good news is the sun's out today. The way should get some melting and, you know, shrink those snow. But it's bad. I mean, I told the story of going out in that snow storm over the weekend, and we could barely push the snow over the top of the bank. So you had to kind of find unique ways to spray the snow out your snow blowers, Snow thrower. It's It's gonna be challenging and I think was Brian got around on TMJ four, said yesterday. If you don't get this one cleaned up. It's gonna be like concrete the next day, so you gotta shovel it. So what does that mean? For those areas who still have snow on the ground now? Couple of Alderman frustrated. I swear this is ah, Ground Hog day I It seems like after all, these snow falls every year we hear About neighborhoods in the city that have not been cleared yet days after the storm, and it's happened again. Couple Alderman Kayla Brainy and Russell Stamper issued a statement on Tuesday. Say there's been a weakness in the Department of Public works. They say that many neighborhoods streets across the city are a mess. 72 hours after the snow began falling in their statement, they say, our residents are again. Fending for themselves, and they use their own shovels and snow blowers to dig out from this. No doing the job that DPW apparently isn't up to doing. Why do you think they just miss streets like that? They're just so busy. They can't get to him. That's also the director of Public works..

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Patriots legend Tom Brady among 4 quarterbacks facing off in the playoffs

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Patriots legend Tom Brady among 4 quarterbacks facing off in the playoffs

"Legend is one of the four quarterbacks facing off in the NFL's conference championships today, CBS Cpk Ethan has more on those games. It's Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes in the NFL's conference title games all past league MVPs up incoming star Josh Allen is quarterbacking buffalo be the best version of myself and not compared to the other know three guys, too. Really Some of the best guys ever played the game for the 37 year Old Rogers of Green Bay. It could be a last chance to get to another Super Bowl. There's more opportunity, but I don't know. I mean, I really don't think that's a lot of my control. My future gives a beautiful mystery. I think brainy looks to advance to the big game with his new team Tampa Bay After a record six wins with the Patriots.

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Your Friendly Black Sidekick

The Cut

05:24 min | 3 months ago

Your Friendly Black Sidekick

"Pay nba parker. I'm a producer here at the cut. But before this humble brag i was a film professor. And i obsessed about every minute beautiful and infuriating thing in film and television to be fair. I still do so. I was recently watching. The netflix. miniseries the queen's gambit because as a former chess club kid. I expected it to be my jam. So i was overjoyed and then befuddled to see the character. Joe lean the protagonists childhood. Bff from the orphanage and black girl. Savior extraordinaire whose entire purpose is to be labeled as difficult while sacrificing huge parts of herself so that the porcelain white girl can play chess and it felt all too familiar to me. It reminded me of this film. I loved as a kid called a little princess dealer. Decent thought i would die till i heard you talk about the magic. I grew up faithfully watching the one thousand nine hundred five version of a little princess by alphonso croissant about a rich orphaned white girl who ends up being a servant all girls school and spencer evenings in the attic with the orphan servant. A little black girl who shares in her daydreams in fantasies but unlike the queen's gambit for this cold where he comes from in a little princess both girls free themselves together and truly become princesses in lace and curls allow to grow up sisters. But still there is this disconnect. The black girls still feels like the friend on the sidelines. Even if she's spunky and nothing awful or bad happens to her. This was the case with a lot of the movies. I grew up on. They all had interruptions of the sweet black sidekick there was also lavender the best friend matilda. It's much better than being out there. And jesse in the babysitters club really an idea might be brilliant. And the most classic example for black kids of the ninety s was a grown man. Lavar burton as star trek. The next generation sweet brainy sidekick jordi la forge computer as we increased our power levels. Was there any counterreaction. Affirmative him but listen. I'm not here to complain. I'm just sort of navigating my way. Through this trope. It is not entirely a bad thing at all as a brainy spunky little black kid i loved these characters. I mean. I needed them. One of the first things. I noticed about the next generation is that they have shorty fords. I remember as a little girl. I had like a brown suede hip band. And i used to put it over my eyes. So i could be jordan forge. George soros outspoken introverted. He makes amazing friends. Went the android on this. And i was like. This guy is still gave the nerve babies though cool that is none other than the actress. Zelda harris. When she was ten years old she played one of these classic sidekick characters jesse the only black babysitter in the baby sitters club. I did not grow up reading the baby sitters club books. I read every single one of those books. Jesse was a dancer who always related to her kids. She learned sign language for one of the kids. She babysat and taught dance. Moves and the film adaptation of the baby sitters club was totally formative for me growing up. Zelda definitely plays the sidekick the supporting role to a host of white girls but she also stole scenes left and right dropping like flies. She kinda had to that was what she was given to work with. Not just in the sitters club but in every role she dishes for. I would be bassey token friend but not necessarily get to read for the lead over and over again. Zelda would hit this wall. She knew her potential by casting directors saw her as the bouncy token friend it starts to wear on you as a kid because you have the power nation. You're working in an industry that can make anything happen. You got competence muppets. Cgi and all this stuff going on who still getting very consistent. Message that you're here to support and so okay Yeah the cameras going to be. Set up right here. You're gonna stand on the side. I'm not sure if you're gonna be in this shot. Whoa having mechanic realization was intense. This realization was extra intense for zelda. Because she knew it didn't have to be this way. She started her acting career in the leading role. Her very first film was spike. Lee's crooked where she starred as troy maybe other people with mommy and scream and yell at you can't do. It wasn't all inclusive set with women and people of color where she had the starring role in black and brown film.

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"brainy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"brainy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Morning to respond to a GOP appeal over disputed ballots. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and other plaintiffs are asking the high court to block Joe Biden's certified victory in the battleground state. Nine o'clock morning response deadline is one day ahead of Wednesday's so called Safe Harbor deadline. That means Congress cannot challenge any presidential electors named by this date in accordance with state law, as some Republicans have urged Congress to do. George Manzano reporting, British health authorities rolled out the first doses of a covert 19 vaccine, giving the first shot to a woman who turns 91 next week. Happened at one of the several hospitals around the country that are handling the initial phase of the program, which is being dubbed V Day. House conservatives are urging President Trump not to give up his election results fight but to continue the battle on the floor of the House. President Trump's staunchest defenders on Capitol Hill are urging him not to concede, calling on their parties leaders to fight for his claims of widespread election fraud all the way to the House floor in January. Conservative House Republicans argue that next week doesn't mark the end of President Trump's efforts to overturn the election results. They said that Congress should engage in a full throttle debate over the results in key states because their allegations of fraud Brainy Bennett in Washington The Electoral College is scheduled to convene December 14th and based on certified state election results. Joe Biden's anticipated to win the required 270 vote majority. Philippine president's ruled out any ceasefire or resumption of a long stalled peace talks with Communist guerrillas, and he's renewed a vowed to destroy the insurgents in his last two years in office..

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Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80

"Of of 80. 80. After After a long and very public. He shared his battle with pancreatic cancer with all of us. This is a look Back at his television career, Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for millions, even on the silver screen courses 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. America is a very competitive society. I can throw the ball farther than you. I could run faster than you. I can do better on jeopardy than you. Oh, yeah, Let's find out. That report from Chris Martinez at 10 57. A lot is going on today.

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Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80

"Mourning the death of jeopardy host Alex Trebek. He died yesterday at the age of 80. After a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for million's, even on the silver screen 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. It's correspondent Chris Martinez. Norm

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India's Burgeoning Crypto Scene with WazirX CEO Nischal Shetty

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

03:30 min | 10 months ago

India's Burgeoning Crypto Scene with WazirX CEO Nischal Shetty

"Waza Rex is part of the Internet and Mobile Association of India is the largest exchanges exchanges in India. So lots of talk about. regarding both the Indian crypto. SCENE AND The. General! Performance of the quine in other assets. In emerging markets stop in particular India's interesting, because it is the largest democracy world they've had a number of interesting macro events of course last year couldn't demonetisation. Where many people were stuck in bank lines trying to redeem their cash? After the government's slashed the maximum size paper currency they have a cultural affinity for Gold's. Ritchie exactly. What that translates shoot terms of digital goals. And talked about quite a few topics that might be of interest as we think about emerging market interest in crypto beyond just China. And East Asia. South Asia perspective long overdue for this podcast and I'm excited to talk more about it. Shelter Yeah. Great great connect here. So why don't we? Why don't we start just by Having, introduce yourself and and talk a little bit about S-. While direction and some of the work that you've been doing. Over the last couple of years, maybe you start with the origin story personally how you fell down the rabbit hole. On a show so to give a bit of a background about me. I started my career as a software engineer. Writing Gold for a typical corporate job, and then eventually I quit my job and start it up. a social media management off. Guard crowd fire, and this is be back in two thousand ten of been event credible still new. Building on top of the API was like a really new thing. The API platform ten stuff The advent vital. Signed up millions of users on that and a wild. This was happening I was also the Hula zone or finding what was new? On the time reading every blog that spoke about new tax and stuff, so I came across Bitcoin, billy, then two, thousand, nine, I even bigger remember trying to mind bitcoin on my. PC BAGHDAD But it was just you know just coming across as trying it out and then mowing. then again, Gordon? Do a Bitcoin and twenty, two, hundred, twenty, thirty when a couple of Wallace started emerging in that space. again tried out a few of those early wallet. Sand sent. A bitcoin through my friends Some and then again I just lay. brainy seventeen years the whole. I got garden the Rabbit. Dole says that I've never been able to come out of it, so I would say my initiation into crypto happen and twenty seventeen. And eighteen built was. My my idea was to build sort of. Obey for people in India too easily on Crypto and when I experienced a global products and products that well being built in our country I saw a stock defense in the whole use it expedience, and that motivated me to build something which everyone in India accord easily on Border Crypto, and that's how I ended up bailing was he'd eggs?

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"brainy" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"brainy" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"When the president issued an executive order last month temporarily suspending the approval of some green cards many in the tech industry pushed back hard. The sixty days suspension does not apply to h. One B. B.'s. `As the visas for high skilled workers that tech companies often used to bring in engineers and other employees but this ETA the big lobbying and Trade Association for the Tech Industry says immigrants have founded some of the country's biggest tech companies. They've contributed to the startup innovation economy in the US and said that if these restrictions go on or get expanded it will hurt the country's ability to compete. Michael Patrick own is the senior vice president of government relations for the CPA. It's huge issue for us. Immigrants and their children have founded forty five percent of the US fortune five hundred companies and that includes tech companies like Intel Amazon. Google and Apple Steve Jobs as father came from Syria. Andy Grove of Intel came from Hungary and Sergey Brin came from Russia. Jeff Bezos is father came from Cuba. Imagine how different our country would be. We'd closed our doors to those immigrants the order it doesn't affect workers who enter the US on H. One B. Visa which is used by many tech companies to bring in workers. But you're still worried just across the board. We have heard rumors that the administration is going to be addressing and putting limitations on h. One B. Visas next. That may something they're considering the near future and we think that would be a mistake. Got It and so the concern not is not just about this existing order which is for sixty days but the idea that down the road the tech sector could be actively hurt by ongoing restrictions will. Yeah I mean it is and also bear in mind. This is a competitive marketplace the the marketplace for the world's smartest people as competitive so of. Immigrants. Don't come here. You're going to go someplace else. They're going to go someplace like Canada. I mean for a long time there was a billboard highway one and it said something like immigration problems. Come TO CANADA. We have a new STARTUP VISA. You've got these. Other countries that are embracing skilled emigrants like programmers and engineers entrepreneurs at the same time the US tightening its borders and these countries these workers create businesses and generate jobs for locals. These immigrants that ends up another country is a win for that country at a loss for us. Is there any argument for the restriction? I mean I know that you know there probably will be people who agree with the president and say America should be first in line for jobs if we have thirty percent unemployment. Well the point is that immigrants. Come here and they create jobs right. It's not like there's a fixed number of jobs to be. Had they come here. They create companies. They create jobs and they hire Americans so immigrants are there a crucial part of our nation's economy and the tech industry. And that's especially true today. Right look around. Immigrants are helping respond to the pan-demic in research. It in AI. In Food Supply. And then as as we come out of the pandemic we're going to need to innovate as never before. We need immigrants and the world's best minds to be part of the process. Michael Patrick own is the senior vice president of government relations for the day. Now we should say here that the h. One B. Visa program has been controversial for a while and just Monday. The think tank called the Economic Policy Institute. Put out a report saying Major. Us companies including Microsoft Amazon facebook. Google and apple take advantage of the program to underpay tech workers on visas and now for some related links. We'll have linked to that entire EP report at our website. Marketplace Tech Dot org in other h. One B. News despite the current executive order the US did announce a sixty day grace period last week. It's for people who currently have h. One B. visas or are applying for green cards to give them more time to file necessary paperwork. Some two hundred thousand high-skilled workers were set to lose their legal status by June for the moment much of the tech industry suffering from the opposite problem of competitive recruiting according to one crowd sourced tracker something. Like thirty thousand people have been laid off just in the tech industry on Tuesday. Airbnb became the latest Tech Company. To announce workforce cuts it. It would lay off twenty five percent of its headcount about nineteen hundred employees. See O'Brien skis. Email to employees said. The company expected its revenue to be less than half of what it was the prior year Yelp trip advisor Carter and other startups have announced layoffs. There are rumored cuts at jewel and Uber and tech crunch had a piece looking at data. From that tracker I mentioned that Layoffs Dot F. Lie it said most of the cuts are coming from sales and customer service departments but that engineering and operations employees were also likely to be affected. And here's what else were watching in tech related to employment. The state of California and several cities have sued Uber and lift for allegedly miss classifying their workers as independent contractors instead of employees. The lawsuit says taxpayers have to bear the cost of benefits that companies should be paying to their workers and that is especially acute now as state and local revenues are falling fast because of the pandemic. We talked about that over on the. Make me smart podcast on Tuesday in a statement to tech crunch lift said. It's looking forward to working together on a resolution with the state and in a statement totally true to form Uber. Basically said fight me cowards. Okay Uber Contest. The lawsuit in court and said the state should be making it easier. Not Harder for people to be able to earn money quickly. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech.

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Tech businesses wary of moves to bar brainy immigrants

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Tech businesses wary of moves to bar brainy immigrants

"An executive order last month temporarily suspending the approval of some green cards many in the tech industry pushed back hard. The sixty days suspension does not apply to h. One B. B.'s. `As the visas for high skilled workers that tech companies often used to bring in engineers and other employees but this ETA the big lobbying and Trade Association for the Tech Industry says immigrants have founded some of the country's biggest tech companies. They've contributed to the startup innovation economy in the US and said that if these restrictions go on or get expanded it will hurt the country's ability to compete. Michael Patrick own is the senior vice president of government relations for the CPA. It's huge issue for us. Immigrants and their children have founded forty five percent of the US fortune five hundred companies and that includes tech companies like Intel Amazon. Google and Apple Steve Jobs as father came from Syria. Andy Grove of Intel came from Hungary and Sergey Brin came from Russia. Jeff Bezos is father came from Cuba. Imagine how different our country would be. We'd closed our doors to those immigrants the order it doesn't affect workers who enter the US on H. One B. Visa which is used by many tech companies to bring in workers. But you're still worried just across the board. We have heard rumors that the administration is going to be addressing and putting limitations on h. One B. Visas next. That may something they're considering the near future and we think that would be a mistake. Got It and so the concern not is not just about this existing order which is for sixty days but the idea that down the road the tech sector could be actively hurt by ongoing restrictions will. Yeah I mean it is and also bear in mind. This is a competitive marketplace the the marketplace for the world's smartest people as competitive so of. Immigrants. Don't come here. You're going to go someplace else. They're going to go someplace like Canada. I mean for a long time there was a billboard highway one and it said something like immigration problems. Come TO CANADA. We have a new STARTUP VISA. You've got these. Other countries that are embracing skilled emigrants like programmers and engineers entrepreneurs at the same time the US tightening its borders and these countries these workers create businesses and generate jobs for locals. These immigrants that ends up another country is a win for that country at a loss for us. Is there any argument for the restriction? I mean I know that you know there probably will be people who agree with the president and say America should be first in line for jobs if we have thirty percent unemployment. Well the point is that immigrants. Come here and they create jobs right. It's not like there's a fixed number of jobs to be. Had they come here. They create companies. They create jobs and they hire Americans so immigrants are there a crucial part of our nation's economy and the tech industry. And that's especially true today. Right look around. Immigrants are helping respond to the pan-demic in research. It in AI. In Food Supply. And then as as we come out of the pandemic we're going to need to innovate as never before. We need immigrants and the world's best minds to be part of the process.

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Weinstein jury deadlocked on most serious sexual assault charges

The Legal Exchange

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Weinstein jury deadlocked on most serious sexual assault charges

"The New York City jury deciding the fate of Harvey Weinstein is deadlocked on the most serious charges two counts of predatory sexual assault the jury did come to a unanimous decision on three counts including a criminal sexual act charge into rape charges thanks as brainy and is in New York the former movie mogul maintains that any sexual encounters were consensual Weinstein's lawyers had said they would accept a partial verdict but prosecutors said no deliberations resume

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Atlantic Puffins Spotted Using Tools

60-Second Science

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Atlantic Puffins Spotted Using Tools

"Humans used to think that our ability to use tools made us different from all other animals but then we found out use tools to such as twigs together termite snacks and rocks to hammer open. Nuts and some birds used tools. Like brainy new CALEDONIAN. Crows which can assemble multi-part tools to solve puzzle boxes presented to them by researchers. Well now we've learned that a different different group of birds. Seabirds can also use tools. Scientists spied on Atlantic puffins the distinctive tuxedoed birds with Bright Orange beaks and in twenty two thousand fourteen. The observers spotted one floating on the sea off Wales scratching. Its back with his stick. Then in two thousand eighteen. The researchers caught another tool using puffing on camera on Iceland's Grimsley Island in a short video. Clip but puffins can be seen grabbing a stick with its beak and then using it to scratch it's chest perhaps to dislodge one of the seabird ticks infesting the island that summer the details about puffins proficiency or in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Study author a net. Fayette told scientific American in email that these two instances don't prove that sea birds are highly intelligent though they could be smarter than we thought. But what is certain she says is that puffins populations crashing. And it's largely the fault of us and our tools which have led to overfishing climate change marine pollution and the presence of invasive species all of which makes seabird life harder it would be nice to keep puffing patriots around to find out just what else we don't know they're capable bluff.

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Nancy Walker shares her experience with the Gay Rights Movement

Making Gay History

10:47 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Walker shares her experience with the Gay Rights Movement

"I'm Eric Marcus and this is making a history. Nancy Walker had a type she liked the brainy ones in nineteen sixty two. When Nancy was in her late twenties she met Penny Penny was smart? It is a whip wise beyond her eighteen years and she read James Joyce Nancy was impressed. The two fell in love and became life partners by the time. Nancy and Penny got involved in the gay rights movement in the Early Nineteen Seventy S. They were living in Toronto Canada where he was attending graduate school. That's where they joined the first gay organization in the Mid Seventy S. They moved back to the US to Boston. Massachusetts and Nancy soon volunteer to work at a weekly newspaper called Gay Community News. As you know from our previous episodes the Post stonewall years saw an explosion of new gay rights organizations and along with the new organizations organizations came scores of new publications the Gay Community News or CNN was among the more prominent and influential Gay Liberation Paper with the national readership readership. Nancy was in her forties when she joined she was an outspoken New Yorker and a moderate pragmatist. It's no surprise that Nancy and the younger more radical staff didn't always see eye to eye. So here's the scene. He's the winter of Nineteen eighty-nine and I've just is travel to the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston where Nancy and Penny share a classic Victorian House complete with a turret and peeling paint. They've been a couple for a long time and it shows all Nancy night. Talk Pennies on hand to offer tea chime in and help Nancy when her memory fails her. Nancy is sitting in a comfortable upholstered chair. She's dressing dark slacks and a light colored blouse which is where I clicked my microphone. I press record interview with Nancy Walker Sunday December tenth. Nineteen eighty-nine at the home of Nancy Walker in Jamaica Plains and Massachusetts interviewers. Eric Marcus tape one side one. I had gotten fed up with pretending to be straight. We'd been together nine years and we had no gay gay friends. So that's when we first went to New York and then we went back to Canada. We would just on vacation in New York went back. That must've Vince. Seventy one or seventy two. I'm not sure took us. Even though we thought we were big shots took us a long time. They get the guts to go. Remember kept finding excuses uses not to go. It's always something wrong. Finally we went and we looked around the room and so people like our grandmothers. I said what the Hell is this what we were afraid of. And that was the beginning and then we went to Canada and so I notice a little newspaper that talked about home files what they call the home of Fire Organization should. Hey let's call and see what it's about and we did. That was seventy two. We first got involved. Well he belonged to the community home. Five Association Toronto better known as Chat and what was the group's reason for being. Oh I think it was An umbrella group for everything for for counseling for social purposes. They even I suppose. Did some legal work the law had changed. The law was universally changed to a consenting adult law in Canada so they had legal advantages that we didn't have that they didn't have the socialist. Matt it's it was it. It was still terribly condemned. People were very conservative there. I remember in Canada trying so hard to get any gay gay publications to find out what was going on in the world and there was one little sleazy bookstore that carried gay papers. They had things like that but be willing to go into what was labeled and known to the public as a filthy bookstore and when we moved here there was a little note. You you know little convenience store across the street from the apartment we lived in and I walked in there and LO and behold his gay newspaper the Gay Community News. It was a quarter order so I bought this thing and I said hey look. It's out in the open. It's okay we don't have to do sleazy things to be gay and didn't know at at the time I was GONNA wind up making the newspaper and not having to pay for it. I think the reason I worked there was. I didn't want water for the news did you. Nineteen seventy six in May nineteen seventy six. What was unlikely that? What was the operation like physical kinds of people? It was unbelievable up wrong sleep flight of stairs into a big open space. That was a mess they had to. It worked very hard to get. What little materials they could? They had no money never had any money. And there were some scruffy looking people very radical people any kind of dress you can imagine. They wore a lot of the people. I knew there are now gone because of AIDS was suicide I mean the voice had long hair every kind of hair. Every kind of everything was a real mixed bag was not a luxurious place. But it was home it meant a great deal to all of us. Every view was gone. Maybe what I'm trying to say because that's how I really I felt. was that somebody else in the rest of the world not fully honest that you could be yourself and we. We didn't get along with each other at all. Even the people who had the same political persuasions didn't get along but still we knew we were among our own you know. It's like a Jewish family. You may not get along but you know this is your place in the rest of it out there is the diaspora. It's not your place. So That's how oh I felt. I don't know how other people felt about. I just know they loved it terribly. Paper had to go on no matter what and it went through hell. It went through fire. They burn the place astound once and we just moved over to a place in Cambridge. That let us use their space and we never missed a week. That paper has been continuously we published since it started in two weeks during the year. They have vacations. It's quite a remarkable achievement. It was either the end of the seventies of the beginning of the eighties and it was devastating blow. Yes it was awesome right. I guess they figured they couldn't get us any other way they were going to do. They couldn't get us that way either. What was what was the purpose of purpose? Yeah I think I think the purpose was to get out of the gate National Gay newspaper. It was the only gate national weekly. It's gone on to something. I consider me three. We need contact with each other. You know there was still gay. People who didn't know there was anybody else in the world. It's hard coming from a place like New York. Imagine that but there there are people in Kentucky and Louisiana and places like that. That didn't know there were any of the gay people. I didn't know there were gay. Men I had no idea I was so delighted the first time I met an openly gay male. I can't tell you it's a brother somebody I can love. You know there were no. I don't think about I mean I didn't I grew up in my own. Little head issue. Weiji Museum in DC N. existence. It started before I got this only three years old with a mission that she was there. A awed yes. Oh if anything was holy was G. C. N. it was a tremendous sense of mission and we loved it and protected What it meant to me was finally all my life? I said I've got this great ideas and I would like somebody to know about them so finally I got a place where I could write and other people could read it. Let's go back to the beginning of interview with you beginning questions. What were you born? Nineteen thirty five. I was born on Saint Patrick's Day and I think he's just terrific because I wound up in a city where just in the city of Boston it a holiday day on where we one flower Fifth Avenue Hospital in New York. My mother was born there in thirty. One Yeah you see. I could've been your mother. That's where would you been in one thousand nine hundred five hundred. BJ have any recollection of that on the day itself. I know I wasn't Merrick. That's lived and I was terrified throughout the war because I had a warped perception. Maybe not so walked what was going on with Jews but they were being put an ovens and all I could think about was being put into an oven so I was quite nervous wreck until the war was. She thought they might come to me. I'm sure if we lost the war I was going to get cooked. So that's part of the reason. I love this this country so much that whenever my my my ex colleagues would not the country I think eight roster I am a Jew. There's no way I'm going anywhere and when I met Jewish people in Canada they said you know you are so aggressively Jewish. There's there's nowhere else in the world. But in America Fed Jews are open about being Jewish and proud of it. She said he keeps you mouth shots. I want an awful way to lose his goddamn closets all over the world. I've been closeted about being Jewish. I got enough trouble so I was always all my life of conscious of being Jewish and being thankful that I was here and and being a lesbian also. I'm still thankful I'm here with all due respect to my I walked progressive friends. This country isn't the enemy. UH system works. It may be the newest country in the civilized world. But it's the greatest one in my opinion so you're right place. I can hear how you could be significant odds with your comrades-in-arms because they hadn't lived through the war. Aw they didn't have the really intense feeling that if I hadn't been in this country I probably wouldn't exist at. 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Scientists train rats to drive little cars to collect food, and they like it

Armstrong and Getty

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Scientists train rats to drive little cars to collect food, and they like it

"University of Richmond scientists thought rats to drive a tiny car in order to get the cars were made of he is the question thank you so I sort of the block will and I don't want why did the scientist dedicate his brainy life to see if we can get rats to drive car that cars were made of clear plastic food containers with aluminum floors and three copper bars functioning as the steering wheel has a better name for my first car of the any of a bar in my car stood on the aluminum floor and gripped the copper bars with their paws they completed the electrical circuit that made the car move forward and they could touch different bars to move it in a different direction that means that means rats can drive cars what that means all the animals were rewarded with pieces a serial each time they move forward also learning to drive seem to relax the rats with a little music Mr liquor store I don't give me your looks researchers learned the rats were relaxed by checking out the animals hormone

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Lab-Grown Human Mini Brains Show Brainy Activity

60-Second Science

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Lab-Grown Human Mini Brains Show Brainy Activity

"Not easy to study the development of the human brain. The brain is very unassessable especially the early fetal stages. It's just not ethical thirty we study normal healthy. Human Brains University of California San Diego Biologist Alison Mojo Tree. He says researchers have instead relied on animal models. The human brain is so much different other species that were desperate to have really a human model so he can study the human brain. Now Moody's team may have that model title in the form of small globules of brain cells. They've created in the lab. These piece is structures developed from stem cells that are bathed in a culture of nutrients along along with proteins that control gene activation as the little structures grow their constituents specialize into different types of brain cells and they will form connections and disconnections will form functional synapses that will later on turn into networks after two months the mini brains even begin to limit brainwaves and you can record every week to see how the activity has changed and when they reach about six months of age we see a growth exponentially initially in the number of connections opposites that they can make and at around ten months their brain activity compares to that of premature human infants there prematch which following the same trajectory as the human brain does that could make the mini brains very useful for understanding how our brains become wired early on and they could also provide insights nights into the development of neurological conditions such as autism and epilepsy these very early stages are exactly win some neurological conditions appeared and and behalf the possibility to help millions of people with neurological conditions that mood tree also cautions that as technology moves forward ethical questions will. I'll start to emerge someone my ass. Are they conscious or are they self-aware. Can they feel pain. I think we are in Graz zone where this technology could who'd evolve to something more complex and then I think the ethical question would be what's the status of these miniaturized brains military says is that same question has formed the basis for the rules and regulations governing the use of animals in the lab which can serve as a model to guide the mini brain research the findings in the Journal cell stem cell in addition to shedding light on neurological development. Many brains could also help reveal how the human brain evolved and play a role in an improving algorithms for artificial intelligence. These piece is brains may produce some big

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"brainy" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"brainy" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this wednesday august twenty eight last june furniture richer and household goods company kia announced a slew of unusual partnerships with name brands like sonos adidas and lego and also with the group of lesser known designers who would create everything from african inspired furniture to plant incubators to bluetooth sound and light products intended to help teenagers throw better parties it even partnered with a company that makes prosthetics although the reason why wasn't made clear in a fast company story about the new partnerships partnerships reporter hastens de has observed is there anything left in our homes that i ki- hasn't touched yet his answer very little just t._v.'s and smartphones mark phones well now. We're getting a glimpse into ikea's ever-broadening future. The mammoth retailers diving deeply into the internet of things it had already launched smart lights twenty twelve last year it began offering sonos speakers designed to look like bookshelves lamp basis now a new digital technology analogy division called home smart will sell those products and more with about a billion shoppers roaming. It's maze like hallways. Every year i ki- is well positioned to capitalize capitalize on our growing fascination with smart home technology market researcher i._d. Says they're smart home technology in about eight hundred million homes worldwide right now but we'll be spending even more on things like smart lights blinds and doorbells in the coming years. The number of households with smart home products will double in the next four years to one point six billion i._d._c. projects while the launches likely to interest shoppers looking for discounts on smart home stuff. It's even more interesting as evidence of dramatic transformation that i keep has been undertaking earlier this year and opened a number of showrooms where you can actually buy a thing we reported on that development summit back in april i- kia also restructured slashing thousands of jobs as store sales growth flattened out but it hired people to fill new positions in things like home delivery delivery and presumably digital product design. The company says it's building on knowledge gained through its surveys of twenty two thousand people worldwide. It's been issuing annual life at home reports since two thousand fourteen and those reports show that the ways in which we relate to our homes are transforming rapidly. One of those behavior of your changes of course is are increasing adoption of the internet of things. Smart speakers for instance are no longer seen as a novelty. Many people now consider them. A necessity even given a growing privacy concerns with an increasingly broad range of products especially digital winds ikea is now poised to compete not just with other furniture stores ono oh ikea is on a much larger stage now and could pose at least a bit of a threat to google amazon which takes us back to fast company reporter hastens diaz question is there anything left in the home that i can hasn't touched yet no not much but if there is you can be pretty sure i- kia will find it soon from wondering this this is business wars daily one of these days get smart technology that allows you to subscribe to our podcast just by thinking about it in the meantime going over to your podcast app and subscribe to our show for for free. We can't wait to bring you more good stuff. I baby brown back with your mom. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And and you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash rush v._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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Brainy Move? Ikea Creates Smart Home Division

Business Wars Daily

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Brainy Move? Ikea Creates Smart Home Division

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this wednesday august twenty eight last june furniture richer and household goods company kia announced a slew of unusual partnerships with name brands like sonos adidas and lego and also with the group of lesser known designers who would create everything from african inspired furniture to plant incubators to bluetooth sound and light products intended to help teenagers throw better parties it even partnered with a company that makes prosthetics although the reason why wasn't made clear in a fast company story about the new partnerships partnerships reporter hastens de has observed is there anything left in our homes that i ki- hasn't touched yet his answer very little just t._v.'s and smartphones mark phones well now. We're getting a glimpse into ikea's ever-broadening future. The mammoth retailers diving deeply into the internet of things it had already launched smart lights twenty twelve last year it began offering sonos speakers designed to look like bookshelves lamp basis now a new digital technology analogy division called home smart will sell those products and more with about a billion shoppers roaming. It's maze like hallways. Every year i ki- is well positioned to capitalize capitalize on our growing fascination with smart home technology market researcher i._d. Says they're smart home technology in about eight hundred million homes worldwide right now but we'll be spending even more on things like smart lights blinds and doorbells in the coming years. The number of households with smart home products will double in the next four years to one point six billion i._d._c. projects while the launches likely to interest shoppers looking for discounts on smart home stuff. It's even more interesting as evidence of dramatic transformation that i keep has been undertaking earlier this year and opened a number of showrooms where you can actually buy a thing we reported on that development summit back in april i- kia also restructured slashing thousands of jobs as store sales growth flattened out but it hired people to fill new positions in things like home delivery delivery and presumably digital product design. The company says it's building on knowledge gained through its surveys of twenty two thousand people worldwide. It's been issuing annual life at home reports since two thousand fourteen and those reports show that the ways in which we relate to our homes are transforming rapidly. One of those behavior of your changes of course is are increasing adoption of the internet of things. Smart speakers for instance are no longer seen as a novelty. Many people now consider them. A necessity even given a growing privacy concerns with an increasingly broad range of products especially digital winds ikea is now poised to compete not just with other furniture stores ono oh ikea is on a much larger stage now and could pose at least a bit of a threat to google amazon which takes us back to fast company reporter hastens diaz question is there anything left in the home that i can hasn't touched yet no not much but if there is you can be pretty sure i- kia will find it soon from wondering this this is business wars daily one of these days get smart technology that allows you to subscribe to our podcast just by thinking about it in the meantime going over to your podcast app and subscribe to our show for for free. We can't wait to bring you more good stuff. I baby brown back with your mom. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And and you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash rush v._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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"brainy" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brainy" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"I had a ford. Fiesta definitely wasn't nasty. I know cheetahs really quick. I would guess cheetahs nor to sixty six quite fast for jason. Go cheater cheater one so you level pegging. The cheetah is his foster by far. I should a ford fiesta. S t the twenty twelve to twenty seventy model is that sixty six point seven seconds. The teacher achieves that in three wow you think about it because it's the elastic energy intensive muscles is very explosive burst of speed the acceleration the rate of of speed changes very very fast the car what the can't do his tax she keep it up for any duration it can do that from ford. Fiesta hopefully manages a little bit hopefully level pegging hanging around threes. It's all on this one other tiebreaker back to you peter naughty now. This round is called the shoe's on the other foot because basically we ask you a question. The other team experts john and they get to laugh when you get wrong. Don't worry we'll be on the other foot. Once we get to the second part and it's better peter nadia a brainy neuroscience question for you so so dunkin livia no chipping here the human brain accounts for two percent of your body weight so it's the nearest ten percent. How much energy does it use as a percentage the title energy in the body so how much anyhow jess so anxious to use at rest. It's probably three hundred walks. I know that requires a lot of glucose and oxygen yes so when you oxygen deprived y you can get brain damage close to the nearest ten percents chris needs number in percentage terms or give you plus or minus temp center of how much of your total energy burn in.

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"brainy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"brainy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Habits. Give that a try <hes> okay now now now for the brainy stuff. No I'm kidding you. What a history of the ballpit wasn't for dummy? That's true but it was fun. I read an article about whether weather reading can make you happier which to me is like obvious. I'm in my instinct is why wouldn't it. I mean unless you're reading like self help books that are just making me feel like but I'm not enough or something yeah but if you're like reading from the wrong place this yeah no this was saying like it's great. What where's it asset? Yeah it was describing what happens in your brain when you read Ou and how it has a lot of the same benefits as meditation we'll that's that's great yeah because different areas of the brain that it were act- activity happens no it was just saying that like well maybe to you it probably would have made sense but to me. They were saying like it. <hes> did that mirror neurons. Is there yeah where like you're reading someone else doing something but your brain thinks you're doing up. Isn't that crazy yeah so you kind of like it would probably for make people more empathetic yeah fiction especially it makes have more empathy and that by you're totally in the moment and you almost split yourself into where part of us reading and doing the normal stuff but the other part of your brain is immersed in someone Nelson story that then kind of becomes your own weirdly. It's so great..

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Upcoming Live Action Disney Films

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Upcoming Live Action Disney Films

"We've got to move on <hes> because Disney have a bunch of live action films coming out at the moment as I'm sure has escaped none of us at all. The Lion King is out in just a matter of days but also creeping into the cinemas <hes> some some trailers full than you live action Moulin Expert News. The matchmakers found your auspicious match. It is what is best for family it now is a much loved Hendrawan traditional animation from the nineties. The trailer gives a bit of a different impression for the story. Though doesn't it Kiara or at least the tone of the film anyway completely so I went back to you <hes> revisions session last night and Actually Watch the original Milan which is brilliant just as fantastic. I remembered it to be and people who did love especially people who did love it. Growing up will remember that it's comedic and quite like it it kind of manages to switch between very intense emotions quite rapidly as those kind of old school Disney movies. I think often did where they handed this very serious setup and then the kind of the comedic side kipp would come in and there will be a five minutes section of complete hilarity and then it would straight back into very meaningful session again the the trailer betrays on Milan as of very kick-ass very very powerful but it also slightly devoid of irony I think Erin and she's seen fighting the huns with incredible martial arts techniques and master of the sword but I what I do what do like about the the original animated version of the movie is not to Milan does disguise himself as a as a man and successfully manages to complete her training and becomes very quiet and controlled and disciplined but she's never portrayed as the most incredible notable fighter you know she's not pretentious kind of martial arts master. She's smart and that's what's good about it and the whole movie is about how goes come be brainy to you know when when when the walked down and going to war and they're all talking about how they were going to fight for their women and they all talk about how the women are great at cooking or the women are really beautiful and we'll on at some point says adjusts.

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"brainy" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"brainy" Discussed on Filmhaus

"Right thing in the world to do. So what was Johnny? Minana mnemonic, John, he was a living hard-drive. He's heard information in his brain whole, he's like a smuggler a drug smuggler, but so he has to basically lose all his memories, and then have them downloaded his brainy has smuggle them from what Newark he'd he was in his memory curry information. So like access codes, are, like, the, the NOC list from the mission impossible movies, or whatever, or whatever it is some guys would download this information. And then they would he would be the Currier that what he's going, but he doesn't actually have anything his have any resources arrived. Like he can't get checked because it's all in his brain, and I'm guessing has something that's like super important. Yes. Gets into sort of a strange days. Yes. Plot line. Where they're like, like you didn't. Tell me what I was smuggling. And then the there's a whole bunch of action scenes and. Think ice cubes in there are no ice. Teas are my sees there. It's, it's a weird movie. But glad he picked it because it's it's off as balls. It's good stuff. Also pre matrix, he was picking these, like weird cyber on things. And he's like off of speed the movie, the drug also he do speak to. Dollars to not speak to on him. So he could tour with his band in go be hamlet in Manitoba dog star is his bangles story. I remember that 'cause I remember when in when he came out, and he was in a band, and we're all what, what movie there's this documentary, Roth. Whereas family goes away at knockers family goes away for the weekend. And he bangs two teenagers. Is it a horror movie? I think so turns on him. Oh, I'm, I'm guessing is ally. Roth is like could you imagine a crazy scenario where like you bang, two girls in your house, and then they don't leave you alone. That's all these specific he li-. Yeah, what's weird? Why would you seem to really enjoy making this movie? I think wow. I was just guessing remember when he threw some romantic comedy that he was in where he played like house Diane Keaton's love it was Diane Keaton's love interests. Diane Keaton's love interest Sabrina. A good chance anymore. It's not Sabrina Kaos after lake has probably he's actually been a surprising. Spreading out of things. Yeah. He's been in a lot of stuff, but a lot, some of it, you look at, like, what is that? Was it? How many actually I'm, I'm Debbie, how many movies is say he's actually been in to me to count as an actor. They put a number to it shows ninety nine credits as an actor, one hundred he'll get it with John four or billionaire private Idaho. Oh, yeah. That movie with river. Right. I think so right now. Or maybe was. Got it home plex resume. I've seen a lot of these. But here's the thing shout out to the casting directors that go Kiana would be perfect for. This is also a very important part of it. I said this before, but, like, I like the John wick movies, not, not great action movies. I enjoy them. They have really kind of interesting story, but it's, it's sort of the opposite, or it's all right? The, the bizarro version of what Adam Sandler does with his movies. There's like me and my friends are going to go film, this Hawaiian getaway vacation, we're gonna do some shitty improv in between. We'll get a movie out of it. And the city is going to be as much money and middle..

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Development of the Pennsylvania Oil Industry

Planet Money

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Development of the Pennsylvania Oil Industry

"Now where it feels like suddenly there is this handful of giant companies that people are worried about Google Facebook, Amazon and reasonable people are starting to ask have these companies become too big and too powerful should the government step in. Now, these are relatively new companies, but these are not new questions at all. And for the next week on planet money. We are going to tell the story of how the battle over these kinds of questions created this world we live in today where companies can get unimaginably big this episode is the first in a three part series. And we're starting at the very beginning. The first time a few companies suddenly seem to be taking over America. Really? Here over supposed to go in the history of breaking up the companies in America, arguably starts at an old house in Titusville, Pennsylvania, the childhood home of a woman named Ida tar bell the house is still standing. It's actually just about twenty five minutes from the small town where I hi, you're kidding. And Kenny, we meet Lynn cress men. She's the lead volunteer here. And somehow she knows my nanna. I do know your grandma's. I know her through my husband's small towns, man. Anyway, Lynn wants to show us this spot that little Ida tar bell used to love. She opens up. What looks like a closet door. My God it is. In fact, the steepest staircase we have ever seen the staircase leads up to the houses cupola, like a little tower full of windows sunlight is pouring in. You can see the hillsides of Titusville about one hundred and fifty years ago. I'd ITAR belt was a brainy teenager. She used to come up to this tower to read her books to look through microscope and look out the window. What would she have seen out here? What would this look like I think she would have seen wagon's going down the street of horses? Pulling wagons loaded with barrels of oil and certain streets would have been squishing through the mud and the oil mixed together. Okay. Okay. Maybe that sounds gross. But it was in fact, a great problem to have in the eighteen hundreds ties Ville was the birthplace of the American oil industry. It was the first place somebody figured out that you could use a drill to get a ton of oil out of the ground. Western Pennsylvania became to the oil industry. What Silicon Valley is now for the tech industry in the eighteen sixties. It would have seemed like everybody here had an oil well or small startup oil refinery people. Came from all over the country to get a piece of the money just bubbling out of the ground. One of those people was Franklin tar bell, the father of Ida tar bell. He and some partners were into producing oil, and he was doing pretty well. He had this nice house with an awesome tower for his daughter Ida to hang out in. But one day, I came downstairs and something had changed Ida would later. Right. I remember a night when my father came home with a grim look on his face. He no longer told of the funny things he had seen and heard during the day. He no longer saying to my little sister. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Kenny Malone, and I'm Julius Simon would be thirty years before Ida tar Bill fully figured out. What was going on that night, and what she found out would change her life and the way the United States thinks about big business today on the show. I'd ATar bell versus the

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"brainy" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"brainy" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"Nature. Video channel coming up in the show will be hearing all about a shakeup of science funding in Serbia. That's in the news chat up next and a here with this week's research highlights. Caledonian crows have a reputation for being very brainy birds, especially when it comes to making tools, but now scientists have shown that these crafty crows can also make smart deductions by observing the world around them. The research is trained one group of crows to fetch heavy objects and another group to fetch light objects to earn a reward the scientists then suspended unfamiliar objects in front of a fan. So the birds could see how they responded when buffeted by breeze despite not having a chance to investigate the mystery objects any further the birds correctly selected the right object heavy or light seventy three percent of the time. The research suggests that the crows able to learn about an object properties purely by observing it rather than experiencing it directly. Why up that research proceedings of the Royal Society? A supernova usually marks the death of a star. These enormous explosions are often a single burst that lasts a few months before fading away. But in twenty seventeen astronomers announced the discovery of a Rasool Panova the continued to shine for more than six hundred days. Using data from ground and space based telescopes. Scientists have now reported that the exploding stars light finally faded after one thousand days around ten times longer than your average supernova the light from the explosion also trailed off steeply which doesn't match most explanations of star strange behavior..

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"brainy" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"brainy" Discussed on Binge Mode

"And then in short her mind, he notes that Harry still has those scars, numbers Ron's, like I have scars from brains. Remember the brain member that tentacle brain and then her mind. He's like Harry got so tall and Ron. And here's the exact wording from the book. I'm tall, said Ron inconsequentially. Consequentially just savagely. Delicious. Dig here from JK toward Ron, at least lavender smiler on on his way down to the quidditch Game. Boy, she is looking at brain boy wants to wrap her brainy tentacles around bit by bit drill by arduous drill the wheat, separated from the chaff among those who make the cut Katie bell. Of course, you should have been captains ridiculous engineering, a scoring machine, and Yuri Herbert that anyway, you'd like Ginny is scoring on the pitch. Elsewhere indeed. And what's this one on Weasley who saved five, five pounds to win the keeper job. Student run beat out another Cormack. MacLagan young man with connections the ministry who Harry knows as member of the slug club gliding skilled, an armed with an ideal keepers Bill to boot only safe, four, five. And he is so salty that he demands hotly, that Harry let him go again, he's all again, Ronn sister gaming week one rare in Harry's. Let me tell you. She doesn't please. I shouldn't go soft. She goes hard no matter what. Harry refuses and mcglade storms off cursing unders breath, Ron. It's drinking in his victory reminding congratulating him hardly lavender off grumpily when she sees that her mind, he's got Ron's attention. Ron says, I thought it was going to miss that fourth penalty. Tricky shot. Ron loves to boast after he's that was a tough one. Yes, yes. You magnificient at her mind looking amused. I was better than that MacLagan anyways, Ron in a highly satisfied. Did you see him lumbering off in the wrong direction on his fifth looked like he'd been good funded to Harry surprise her. Miami turned very deep shade of pink. At these words, Dun Dun. We will soon discover that her mind Disney can fund glad shocking this for the person who has been criticizing Harry for using a marked up text book and who will go on to basically threaten to send him to ask a ban when she thinks it's Ron's juice really queasy Phillies shocking stuff. She Mariah Grainger, unbelievable. We try outs finish our friends as planned had to hagerty's Harry shares very sweet woman book peak, asking if he's missing him meeting serious. Beautiful moment there have giant buddy has been voiding them and he gives them a surprisingly cold reception here slamming the door in their face and then refusing to open it until Harry yells that he's going to blast it open our teacher. Harry Potter days are number on my door. I'm sorry, sir. Said Harry emphasizing the last word as he stowed his one inside his robes. Hagrid looks stunned since one of your calm shot. Since one of you called me Potter. This is a wonderful icebreaker in the kind they need. And also a good reminder. Even though haggard is a teacher never really occupied that role for Harry run her money's taught them plenty, but always through friendship mentorship. That's a much harder thing to walk away from and not something they're willing to risk. It's also of course what haggard is so hurt. Just as our friends feared haggard is upset about their disinterest in care of magical creatures, her mining who just confronted dude, so her future boyfriend can make the varsity team flat out, lies Agar's face. We really wanted to carry on with carryover, magical creatures. You know, haggard who was not worn yesterday does not buy this for second because like, listen, if you wanted to take care, you take care. You didn't wanna take care. So you didn't take care still baffled, but it's not that hard. Just when our friends notice a bucket full appallingly of maggots. They asked these four for era, the giant spider king. We first met in chamber of secrets. Head group you'll recall is close to the beast in his intimate relationship with Gog was why he was expelled from Hogwarts all those years ago. Hegarty burst into tears. Aragon he says is dying. Our friends offered a help, but there's nothing they can do. It says is simply too dangerous to go over there. Eventually, our girl's death will provide to the story and in for Harian slug horns and make their way to heads where drink and truth will flow any qual measure. On the way back into the castle they pass still. Disoriented MacLagan struggling to enter the green providing..

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"brainy" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"brainy" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"And that's what happened but one thing i was going got found thought about what i was gonna say just remember came back i was gonna say that a lot of times when we go to school and we spent twelve years in school where we graduate without a plumber the biggest thing that we have in mind is i'll never have to go to school again a learning thing if i don't want to and you people have that in their mind in his berry difficult for them to learn anything after they've been to school for twelve years the thing about even though they've been school with twelve years what do they know they don't know much so but they've been sort of brainwashed into whatever they thinking of whatever they're doing and it sort of the fit in with society in an social system and all that system and they've got things lined up for what they think you should know what you learn and so that's one of the things that happened to the brainy we'll learn those principles and we don't realize that maybe what they're saying is not true and others say at what they say what i wanted to say that the brain does not lose his brain power and we're not the only one that saying that there are many people to write about the brain and they'll tell you the truth what happens is and this may shock you a little bit the brain gets smarter you get smarter as you age met something some people think you can't learn you can learn i went to school you can learn any age and this stuff about people saying the wrong people who have and with a show on that one day who about their phd's that in the eighties or nineties of collagen in learn to graduate and everything the.

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Brad Pitt is spending time with MIT professor Neri Oxman — but what does it mean?

Fred and Angi

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Brad Pitt is spending time with MIT professor Neri Oxman — but what does it mean?

"Angie's entertainment or brad and angie five kiss brad pitt has a new woman in his life he's been spending time with women name oxman cheese an architect and professor of media arts and sciences at mit patriots boy george clooney exactly they're all gonna get together and drink tequila highbrow brainy conversations a source says the two are just friends and the friendship's not romantic by a lot of people are saying otherwise he's an awardwinning architect to he's a really an architect like savant he's a bluff himself he loves architecture so maybe that's a perfect fit for him under casually dating been going out nothing serious in the dating area but we'll see jenna dewan is speaking up on rumors that channing tatum's behavior was what was to blame for their separation rap for the actress said happy to clarify that absolutely none of these rumors are true and response to the reports that he's partying and flirting and that's what caused the split mystique many added the reason our statement was so positive because that's the reality of the situation they announced there's a total joint statement saying there's no secrets we love each other very much nothing's changed just divorcing more online today if you wanna see the picture of brad pitt and the mit girlfriend check that on our website thank you log on more stuff is up at fred angie dot com this hour music brought to you by verizon wireless angie traffic traffic is brought to you by ashley homestore bishop ford salad one hundred fifteen th all the way to seventy nine th on the ryan due to an earlier crash and slow again from the stevenson merged to downtown it's time to celebrate and save at ashley homestore's anniversary sale save thirty five percents like furniture and mattresses plus get twelve months special financing seventy two months no interest now at america's number one furniture and mattress store ashley homestore this old i that's traffic three five kiss fm do you need car insurance is only one company to call in chicagoland united auto insurance at seven seven three.

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"brainy" Discussed on X96

X96

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"brainy" Discussed on X96

"Finale lawn motive early there were note o'meara highschool no i don't know about that new york times this morning says there was a note i read through the times i didn't see that but let let lonely do this and we'll get to that former high school classmate said that he was in high school a very brainy kid who was also a a an athlete he was fairly well built he was a fairly good athlete but not outstanding and said he would his friends his high school friend said i never believe we do something like this authorities say he sprayed two hundred rounds of gunfire into the hallway when a security guard approached his hotel room the security guard was when we hit in the leg sheriff joe lombardo on wednesday yesterday told reporters that he that to have paddock had plan to survive he had a plan to escape he didn't sheriff didn't say how reached as yesterday didn't and he also said it's kind of unbelievable to us indicating they may have something else going that he acted alone its it seems really weird that he acted alone this was there was too much going on here authorities also say that they've questioned his girlfriend this so woman who was in the philippines she says when i know what she said i know he i knew we had guns yeah but he i had no idea i he just he he bought a cheap tickets to the philippines we've found one online special deal on it and he gave it.

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"brainy" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"brainy" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"There's carol brainy and she's gonna keep me or there's missus cunningham where there is a rainbow johnson who are going to keep me grounded in this space like they're going to provide a haven so i like the idea i personally i mean i like a good sad stories i kind of tend to think that seemingly especially in more ambitious stories the absence of the mom is more important than the actual presence in i don't mean that to minimize but it's like i think it it it actually just puts that much of a magnifying glass on how important that character is right because i think i when i was thinking about this i thought i feel like this statement is true but i wanna bellevue and you think i think moms are connected to who we are and i think dads or connected to how we are do you think that's fair because you have his you don't hear any you occasionally her mommy issues but really it's always dashes right whether you're male or female it's like what are his his or her daddy issues with the mom it's chest it's this idea that bowl will be a different kind of person who we are will be different because without a mother i without that nurturing or whatever that is that mothers may on the table and i don't see mothers like freak out like no no i think like with moms it's it's because i want to say loss of innocence but it's almost more than that it's it's loss of like your orientation in the world if you don't have a mom but with a dad that's that's more connected to later stages of like i'm become i'm a kid becoming an adult and there's some kind of mechanism or connection with the dad that i've got to either get over our come to terms with whether it's color ran in hans solo all these classic relationships with luke indoors but you know it's like i'm i'm now ready to become my own person that's connected to the father but the mother is so instrumental in just being a person said if they are imitating life or life imitating art like is my relationship with my dad which is a good when but it is very different humans than we have conflict and.

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