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"byrd high school" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"byrd high school" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Oh look at the kitten want that kitten that's not in into teacups and that king. I don't even know if that's a thing but you could definitely fit that kitten antica. Ceo you're going to need to sun. Munchkin directly to me As soon as possible. Fake you for that. Submission picked a fine time to leave me. Loose wheel is the soap series. Now i'm gonna watch that. I love that show. And i love the movie. Soapdish two different things but they both have the soap in the all right next up. Keep it clean For meghan no pronounce given hey ladies. Thanks for the pod and here are a few different things. Louie gohmert as dumb as a box of rocks as well as not the sharpest tool in the shed and not the brightest bulb on the tree quite the combo for swears. My mom always went with this to prove she is out of her mind mad. This is out of remind mad. Moms would say jesus h seven cited christ on a cracker. I never understood how a seven sided. Christ would work. I don't have any pet pick. Sandy soil share my first blooms of my two. Cla matas Varieties this year. Oh i'm trying. I know varieties. Like alaska very a variety. Yes not just variety. Oh wow that's a beautiful. That's what a good idea to put it on the What's that like a pipe. Some like a well. That's good idea really makes it look so beautiful and parcel sure and meghan. I love your louie gohmert It's a it's a veritable cornucopia of his idiocy And it reminds me of something that I this is a phrase that my friend. Sonia and i invented because it's just a kind of a funny combination of a couple of different things but he's not the brightest crayon in the sea. And but you know what. It's actually a perfect insult. Because how many crayons are there in the c- anyway you know what i mean so let. Let's say there's two he's still not the smartest or the brightest. It works every time. Love that okay next louis. What's a brown question mark. I love your show. But i take offence at the way you and your listeners have been talking about how dome i am. It seems to me that you're casting aspersions you got on my intelligence. It was bad enough when eric holder did that to my asparagus but this is so much worse. I enjoy your show. I don't really understand most of it. But i laugh along so people don't get the jokes. Anyway gotta run. I'm gonna shoot spit wad the moon until it changes its orbit. Hey that's a really good. Those really good thinks louie gohmert for writing in. We really appreciate you writing into the show. Yeah you're you're really dumb next up anonymous pronouns. He and him today. While i was in the middle of a work meeting my news alert popped up on my phone. Normally i glance at it and move on. But i saw scotus decides on aca quickly. I excused myself an open. The article the challenge against the aca was defeated reading. That line was enough to make me tear up. I gave my special needs son. A huge hug knowing our family has a little bit more protection and his future is brighter as well. Thank you dr allison guilt dana and everyone involved in with msw for being our source for news and laughs. Yes this is a big day so great yeah skoda's upholding. The aca dismissed it as as we spoke earlier with andrew torres on standings grounds and we go we go in. We went into detail on that And you know maybe we'll see more cases maybe we won't it today. Really is a fantastic day. that love it. Love it next up philip. He in high beans queens real quick thing. But the senator that richard o'hagan was able to think of was robert byrd the king of pure grain. Getting money not necessarily the most humble. I went to robert c. Byrd high school which you could go to the robert c. Byrd national aerospace education center from on the robert c. byrd appalachian highway system word was a clansman who filibustered the civil rights amendment. And then later either had a change of heart or saw the way the political winds were blowing and voted to make martin luther king junior day a federal holiday and two years before his death endorsed a young senator. By the name of barack obama who was running for president. Here is a quick list of more things to him in west virginia. A telescope locks and a dam accord house a clinic to bridges to interchanges and there are half a dozen other buildings or roads at least name in honor of his wife irma or a bird who've full it's just a small sampling off the top of my head. There's plenty more for all his early floods which were massive again filibustered against civil rights in the days. You had to. You had to talk the whole time and did so for fourteen hours. The majority of those buildings. I've not named are either medical or education-related unlike senator manchin burr did believe in trying to invest in west virginia. Thanks for all you do who bird. That's right gosh robert c. byrd also like what our redemption ark. I'm not sure. I don't know i don't know i everybody dealers dumps it all out but also like yeah very true Yeah it's kind of like you know. I mean there's a lot of people who who tried to redeem damange was name exactly all right next up. Let's see We have rad. They in them. Hey beans queens middle listener for a few months now. Love the show. Most of my news. I get the podcast into tends to be easier on magsi and this one is definitely one of my favorites was very stunned to realize that aimee carrero did the good news on fridays. I'm a huge fan of shira and draw a lot of fan art for it in my spare time. I'm including drawing. I did after seeing the critical role announcement last week. Since amy's tiger onesie was too cute not to draw for my pet tax including my two cats paisley gray tabby and poppy long haired calico hanging out at my desk. Thank you so much for the show. It really has gotten me through some rough times. This arm my gosh. Wow i'm i'm gonna get emotional. That's so beautiful. I wonder if i can re post with credit. Let us know. Please let me know if i can riposte. This is too good. Oh it's door just of his as me and the thing Loving so awesome. That is really really well done and look at these kids helping helping work on the desk nicer best tonight. The nicest little kittens. Thank you so much for that. And that's so lovely. I'd love to report that. Oh here we go. I knew this was coming. I knew it was coming next. Melissa pronounced she her. Just wanna drop them. Now that i really enjoyed hosting name we go star wars and the kylo ren slash ray relationship last week. Please let amy know that as a grad student who is using star wars as a part of a case..

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"byrd high school" Discussed on Interesting If True

Interesting If True

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"byrd high school" Discussed on Interesting If True

"Of those words i did not understand nope. Nope we're outta my randomized depth. I'm afraid yeah well. In twenty eleven she added the first google science fair and was chosen as one of fifteen finalists flown to the google headquarters in mountain view california. How in her words quote. I presented by project looking down a long conference table with twelve of the greatest minds in science. It was exhilarating intimidating. Omg moment for my introductory video malfunction. So i just talk. The hope take didn't sound too crazy. That's so scary. I've been at the front of the room and stuff doesn't work you don't want who don't and she just pushed through. Yeah i know i was. I was talking to anyone near as important. I'm confident so she goes on to say when my name was announced as winner. I was handed this big lego trophy. That's awesome it really. They're really cool. So at times stopped. It hit me. It's been twelve years of science fairs leading to this big trophy twelve years of missing class trips and not going out with my friends and rarely having time to relax. This moment made all that the hours in the lab the failures. The rejections worth was the moment. When i realized i was doing something that i love. This was my own personal pep rally. That's fantastic and i mentioned she's seventeen seventeen. That's amazing fantastic. So what so good. Since her win she has. She's currently studying as an ms teepee student duke university school of medicine. How i don't what that means. They they let her ended. They definitely did. I hope they would because she graduated from harvard. In may twenty sixteen hell. Yeah and in two thousand fourteen. She co founded piper a stem education company creating engineering kits for kids. That is amazing. Yeah i have a couple of links to some of the stuff she's done. This woman is amazing. And i just really got me hopped up on the science. Fair is really. Oh she makes so. I've seen this computer kit. We thought about using this a couple of different classrooms. Oh okay now. That i see this build your own computer. I actually thought about getting this. Because i wanted to build my own laptop and i thought this would be the easiest way to do it. This is the one that is like laser cut out of. I would've liked the bill. Wouldn't computer totally familiar with this. She's amazing oh yeah. Wow that is fantastic. Definitely check her out. She is incredible legit awesome. Burson all right all right. That's going to be hard to be. Who do you got all right so next one. So it's not your average science fair when this sixteen year old winner manages to solve a global waste crisis. Oh okay well go ahead. you're bringing your game. But such was the case of a twenty nineteen canada wide science fair in ottawa ontario. Awesome that's where daniel byrd high school student at waterloo collegiate institute presented his research on micro organisms that can rapidly biodegrade plastic. Wow that's sixteen year old presents. Microorganisms that rapidly biodegrade. Plastic is how most supervillain start you at this guy if he lost some hair. He looked totally. Does he have an invisible sister. Visible girlfriend thought that it seems that. Phd's hadn't explored plastic. You know one of the most indestructible manufactured materials ever. Yeah we didn't think he'd really excited eventually. Decomposes but it takes thousands of years but decomposes. It does so we thought well that means there must be something out there helping decompose. Maybe we could help it right so maybe we can just make that. Not thousand yeah. So could these microorganisms be bred to do the job and he faster so daniel came up with his research quote. Plastic bags made from polyethylene are very popular in our daily lives and have harsh environmental impact on our ecosystems to microbial strains belonging to the genus. Spring anoma us and pseudonomas were isolated from soil. Microbial consortium and their ability to grade polyethylene was investigated so pretty much that was his abstract his That was his question as pop so he found that these these two microorganisms spin. Go monus and pseudomonas Helped degrade plastic is pretty much what he did. So he's trying to see can make them stronger culture that the preliminary research was encouraging so we kept at selecting the most effective strains and interbreeding them. Let's in micro organism world. That's okay you don't get a weird king that that's that's not how you get mutants. That's well you do get mutants but they live just as long and they're just more powerful and beaten as finger as his claws are terrified. They don't want that so after several weeks of tweaking optimizing temperatures so bird achieved a forty three percent degradation of plastic in six weeks. Wow an almost inconceivable accomplishment so what normally takes thousands of years. He didn't six weeks forty three percent. That is impressive as all get out and it does make you wonder what the hell environmental scientists are up to. It's really what my questions like. How did how did this guy think this up like a little sixteen year old. Who was like that makes sense. Let's lets you know it's time for you to defend your greybeard buddy. Like what the hell with. Five hundred billion plastic bags manufactured every year and pacific ocean garbage patch. That grows more expansive by the day twice the size of texas. It is it is. Yeah yes horrifying. It is a low cost nontoxic method for degrading plastic. So this is the stuff of environmentalists dreams. Yeah and i would hazard a guess that it's pretty good startup company as well. It seems like he probably won't have to worry about this college bills. Well he knew he really shouldn't. The only thought i have is like what if you dump a vial of this into the ocean and it turns into got sola. Philip be easier to clean up something place the size of texas. Yeah you know what you're not wrong. Let's let's go all the way down. Yeah all right so there are certain methods for decomposing plastic right now and but most or chemical in nature and not organic. They require high temperatures and chemical additives because the plasticizers to vaporise there have been several successful bacteria base solutions being developed in biotechnology in japan as well as an ireland but both only to styrene compounds. So this is polyethylene so this is the most a. This is the most prevalent plastic in our environment. Styrene is also terrible but it's not nearly as much as there are styrene. Is the stuff that you see coolers out start so still lasts for bloody ever but maybe not as bloody ever plastic. Well i think they both last probably as long but there's more of the other one i know that okay more more of one. I know that they are neither one of them. Good but i guess. I don't know how they are compared to each other. I'm not quite sure. I know they both last for god knows breslin. All of you know the answer. So it goes without saying that these discoveries need to be tested to ensure for instance that the byproducts of the organic decomposition carson a genyk as in the case with mammalian metabolism of styrene and benzene. That's why you don't want to eat them because they'll q. U. fair so. I guess there is some debate online that because this has never been published in a scientific journal because he's a sixteen year old because it's a science fair nature and it hasn't been like peer reviewed and all that sort of thing but there is a question whether or not of its validity. But that that's neither here nor there that's just step to though right really is i mean step. One is have a really good idea. Step to see if it works there. Buskers balls for only being at steph. One day i'm sixteen man. Yeah right. that's how dare i say. Don't you give me until christmas. And then come back at me with your in your years of research that have added up to so the process of plastics by these methods was also would also have to be contained in highly controlled environments sure so we're not talking about a magic panacea or plastic free paradise but the innovated application micro organisms to break down our most troublesome waste product nevertheless another scientific breakthrough. That's fantastic and that doesn't seem like such big hitch when we're doing show. Prep i thought the ocean cleanup lasted kid was going to be the kid that made the ocean roomba. Oh yeah i've seen that too. But if ocean rumba in conjunction with this yeah and from what i've read the byproduct of these microorganisms is water and co two. That's fantastic so. If you did it right you could get the room. But a power itself with the co two maybe the bernie oxen. Yeah this this seems like you have the room but bring the giant texas plastic patch to wherever the swimming pool full of bacteria is and then you solve that bravo's melted back.

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"byrd high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"byrd high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Little on the go. What's the name a lawsuit this time, rain, wind and lightning overnight, windy, and none as worn by Thursday afternoon? I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. A Byrd high school music, teacher is suing over a policy on transgender students that cost him his job. Eric Berman reports Sean clue says he has religious objections to two year old policy ordering teachers to call students by their preferred name and filing this lawsuit. The help protect first amendment rights in the workplace, so that employees are not career. Like I was into promoting a sexual agenda. He wasn't fired as suit says he was encouraged to resign, he submitted a conditional resignation letter last April, that tried to take it back three weeks later, the school board voted to accept it. Anyway. His lawyers say argue resignation was forced by threat to fire if he didn't Eric Berman. Ninety-three WIBC mobile news after the rain, Wednesday afternoon. Many intersections were flooded and carnival Noblesville in Fisher's, but it could have been worse in Muncie. There was a van in the river shot. Kabbalah reports according to Muncie police, there was nobody in the van when it began moving away from a nearby. Stop sign slid off the embankment and plummeted into the white river. The driver of the vehicle claimed he was involved in a road rage incident and exited the van to confront the other driver forgetting to put his vehicle in park. No injuries were reported in the incident. Shallow Kabbalah ninety three WIBC mobile news. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Now here's the forecast from the American standard cooling weather center tracking threat for strongest of your storms as evening. Heavy downpours of rain. Gusty winds and frequent.

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"byrd high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"byrd high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"IPC mobile news on the level on the go. Watch it issue in the Browns Berg lawsuit cloudy and seventy degrees is the rain passes, still heavy rain, wind and lightning in the forecast late tonight, scattered showers and storms. When you had to work tomorrow morning, I'm standing Lear. Here's what's trending at six. Oh to a Browns. Byrd high school music, teacher is suing over a policy on transgender students that cost him his job. Eric Berman reports on clue says he has religious objections to two year old policy ordering teachers to costumes by their preferred name and filing this lawsuit to help protect first amendment rights in the workplace. So that employees are not career. I like I was into promoting sexual agenda wasn't fired as says he was in courage to resign. He submitted a conditional resignation letter last April the tried to take it back three weeks later, the school board voted to accept it anyway. His lawyer say argues resignation was forced by threat to fire if he didn't Eric Berman, Ninety-three WIBC, if you don't have to drive through Hamble. County don't because there's a good chance that you can't wish TV meteorologist Marcus belly Bailey warned at any additional rain would be trouble. We've already had a well over a month's worth of rain in the last four days across much of the state, so anything that we add on is it's going to create problems, and it won't take much to create flooding issues at any point today. Even one or two inches in about an hour's time is going to cause some big time, problem, your buddy Mark is on top of this high water has been blocking many intersections and Carmel, Noblesville fishers elsewhere, a little boy, two months short of his second birthday, his died after being pulled from swimming pool in Plainfield Monday. Little Wyatt Bush regained a heartbeat at a hospital, but he died, Tuesday evening, believe it or not football season's.

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