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Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 24 min ago

Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Trucker Fire insurance exchanges are affiliate news time to 49. The paper of record is out with another expose on President Trump's finances. This time, they say he's got a bank account in China that was not included in his public financial disclosures. Because it's not in his personal name. Correspondent Aaron Carter Ski with more between 2013 and 2015. The New York Times reports an account controlled by one of President Trump's corporate entities paid nearly $200,000 in Chinese taxes as the president's business pursued hotel deals in Asia. That's some is more than the president has reportedly paid to the U. S. Treasury, the Trump organization told the paper. The Chinese account remains open, but his dormant worthy accounts existence comes as the president and his allies have criticized Joe Biden over his son's potential ties to Chinese businesses. A previous New York Times reports that the president paid no federal income taxes whatsoever in 10 out of 15 years, beginning in 2000 due to him reporting massive financial losses. The president does not deny reports that he's $400 million in debt, but won't say to whom he owes the money. Forbes me time says the number is closer to 900 million on loans that will come do during a second term. Should he be reelected. Ah, woman who accuses President Trump of rape is expected in court today. Here in New York agent Carroll's lawyers will argue that the president cannot claim that he was acting in an official capacity. When he denied her accusations that he forced himself on her inside a department store dressing room decades ago. The Justice Department is trying to substitute itself for the president as the defendant in the defamation lawsuit. Saying Donald Trump made his denials as president because the accusation relates to his fitness for office. Wins news. Time to 50 Today is back to the future day. When.

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Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 min | 32 min ago

Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"On Double D. T. O P. President Trump wants to substitute the Justice Department for himself. As the defendant in a defamation lawsuit by a woman who claims he raped her back in the 19 nineties. In today's hearing in a Manhattan courtroom, Justice Department attorneys will say President Trump had to respond to last year's accusations that he Jean Carroll made against him in a book because the claims related to his fitness for office. Now, Carol's lawyers will counter that the president cannot claim he was acting in an official capacity when denying the encounter with Carol in a luxury department store dressing room. 2 40. There's an investigation into threatening emails sent to some Democratic voters in Florida and other key states. It tells them to change their party registration and cast their ballots for the president. The Washington Post says the e mails claimed to be from the proud boys Thie far right group that supports the president. However, authorities say it's not clear who sent them. These messages can be traced back to oversee servers. Emails showed a from address stemming from a no longer operational website and the email claimed the group is quote in possession of all your information. Email address. Telephone how the sender connected. The email addresses and voter registration status of the recipients was not immediately clear. But Or Florida law. Much of the personal information on voter registration forms, including birthdates. Party affiliation. Email addresses, is considered public record that CBS News reporter Graham Kate, You heard it before Russia is trying to interfere in the 2020 election. Now we're learning how the U. S government is fighting back. Here's double d T o p national security correspondent J. J. Green after Russia's 2016 election interference campaign, The intelligence professionals are better. And Virginia Senator Mark Warner says they're not just sitting Behind computer screens that F B I and D. H s headquarters. The FBI's.

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Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:33 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Extremists out there it could potentially intimidate people. King County's expecting upwards of half a million voters to hit a drop box on Election Day, and the secretary of state's office says it has received more than 441,000 ballots. From around the state. That's nearly 18% of all ballots at this 180.4 years ago, and it only received a 6%. There are about 550,000 more registered voters this year compared to four years ago. Homo news time 8 10 now to the Beacon, plumbing, Sports desk and Tom Hustler, But we'll be back on the practice field today as they prepare for Sunday's game at Arizona. Seattle coming off their bye week, during which coach Pete Carroll said he and his staff really Take a look at what they've done well and not so well. So far start what we would normally do in the off season and a quicker version. You have five games to do so we can get through it, and that's to make sure that we know what it looks like. We're doing it in the messages in the signals we sent to our opponents. To figure out what we're gonna do about that. Seattle at Arizona Sunday is a 3.5 point favorite. The Miami Dolphins making a quarterback change after a three and three start, replacing veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick with rookie to Ah Tung Babalola and the person with knowledge. That decision says the former Alabama quarterback will make his First NFL start November 1st against the Rams Game two of the world's Syria Tonight, The Dodgers took game one by a score of 83 coated Ballenger and Mookie Betts homered for the daughter's Clayton Kershaw gave up just to run over six innings. Former Shorewood star Blake Snell tried to help the race even the Siri's tonight in Game two, he says. This is a big opportunity for the Rays very excited to be here, but Gotta win this thing now be what It's all about. Tony Gonsouland gets the start for the Dodgers and the Sounders getting set for a nationally televised game against their rivals. The Portland timbers going up tomorrow night at empty Centurylink field Sports attended £40. Each hour, Tom up there. Come on, come. Oh news time. 80 11. The Centers for Disease Control says nearly 300,000. More people have died in this country this year than would be expected in a typical year. And two thirds of those deaths were from Cove in 19. Dr Asheesh Zhahd, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, spoke with ABC is Robin Roberts. You know, we have known that there.

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Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Significant time last season due to injury, but should be better this year because of it. When you look at this group tires, tires, one of the leaders in that room has made a lot of places. I do think you know him being you know him. You know some of the most of the year. Last year's helped him sometimes when you you know when you're going to be able to step back and see it, um, do another lands. It helps you get better took a lot of mental reps. You're good offseason and honestly tied right now. He's a good football for us. Seahawks may get a boost this week on the defensive line of snacks. Harrison is ready to play against the Cardinals yesterday. Pete Carroll, will you serve the big fellow.

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Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on ESPN Radio

ESPN Radio

00:52 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carroll" discussed on ESPN Radio

"30 interceptions for the first time ever. The Seattle Seahawks are five and no. Which makes this one easy. I assume, of course they every single year they're a part of what we call the NFC champions. And they're always in the mix, no matter what their record is there, just for whatever reason, Pete Carroll Lead team along with Russell Wilson. They're gonna always hang around to the and this is no. This is no different than last year to year before. This is the team that certainly could make a strong run and getting to the Super Bowl by four. I know the 12th man is not in attendance this year, but when you go up to Seattle, it's a very tough place to play because as the weather starts to turn and rain starts to come down, which it does. Too much 365 days a year that that's an advantage to them. Going them. Playing at home is an advantage, and I got to say they may not have the 12th man. But the 55 men on the roster of proving to be pretty darn good this year, So that's the deal in the NFC Mohr from key Sanjay will and Zubin next..

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The Seahawks escaped a deflating loss to the Vikings — and came out even more confident

Chad Hartman

03:06 min | Last week

The Seahawks escaped a deflating loss to the Vikings — and came out even more confident

"In terms of playing yourself. How about the Minnesota Vikings? They go to Seattle. They actually had the Seahawks on the ropes. In fact, not only did they have them on the ropes, they essentially have them beaten. Until Mike Zimmer made some really strange calls down the stretch, like kicking that extra point of four And then going for it on fourth down when a field goal would have made that in eight point game because it's takes the snap. He will hand it off to Madison. Straight ahead. I don't know he needed to get to the five based on the initial spot. He's short they're saying, See on football. Alexander Madison needed to get the nose of the football and couldn't get it. Bobby Wagner came shooting through and made first contact and the Seahawks defense comes up with a stop in with 1 57 ago. Seattle will take over I mean, like, I know what the analytics say. I know what the numbers say. I know. They say you go for it there. I just don't care. I mean, damn, That was a weird call, And that's not a matter of Monday morning quarterbacking either. My entire text. The red thumb, the exact same thing. The second that happened, namely the hell is this guy doing? And especially when you have Russell freaking Wilson on the other sideline because you knew what was going to happen next. And how did you know? Because you had Russell freaking Wilson on the other sideline, and Russ was going to lead the Seahawks on a game winning drive. There was going to rip your heart out, and that's exactly what happened. Captain off by this locket six. Here's the snap. Wilson back to throw rush coming throws for the unsold ISS. Touchdown. Seattle T came met cap with a diving catch this second touchdown catch of the night and with 15 seconds to go, the Seahawks are on top. He went backto Metcalf and he comes through. Man so much alike in that so much to like in that That's the Hawks radio. I mean, that's so, Russ minutes the epitome of Russ and neutral thinking as top on my guy Trevor, Mo. Add. Russ did not look like Russ for most of that game, but when it mattered most, he was right there. That's the most rust thing ever. Rust does not look like Russ. And then in the very end when they needed him to be Russ. He showed up like Russ, and it set off this wild celebration in the locker room with old man Peter Carroll. Completely losing his bleep. You It's really not true. Like you can win a game in the first quarter, right? You can win the game in the second quarter, right? You can win the game in the third quarter to Anyway, he was fired up. I won't take that away from him.

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"carroll" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

03:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"carroll" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"John Carroll. Welcome to the MINDSCAPE podcasts. Sean thanks for having me I. Wondering if I should just said Sean Carroll now to confuse people even more but I'm I'm very glad that we're having this chance to talk We we've known about each other for a very long time but and I always tell people you're the one with the beard that makes you the evil twin by the rules of science fiction universe. Well, I always say you're the one that understands the cosmos. So you're the you're better at math about that. There I think. But you're better like like experiments like you have a lab right? You get your hands. Yes, I do. Well, I get other people's hands dirty, but I've had. My hand over the years that is true. We age into a part of our lives where we get other people's hands dirty. So but let me, I, mean, you've written a book tell people what the title of the Book Is. So they can rush out to read it or even read it a by right now is they're listening is sure it's an it's an all sorts of formats if whether you like to read or listen. So it's Called a series of fortunate events chance and the making of the planet life and you that's pretty good. So but you come out of this as an evolutionary biologist who got interested in the role of chance and what it plays I definitely want to get into that but your first book or at least your first trade book I. Don't Know If you have textbooks and things like that. Right you have. Do you have a textbook right? Your first trade book was endless forms most beautiful, which is about the the extremely hot and sexy topic these days of Yvo, devo evolutionary developmental biology. So what was the theme of that book that was really my first sort of mature passion and science that as I became an independent scientists and thought about what I wanted to do I was really driven by curiosity and love for animal form..

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What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins

"For a Sunday football game against the one in two Dolphins. The Hawks are less than healthy team ruled out with injuries are defensive backs Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar, linebacker Jordan Brooks and coach Pete Carroll says. Those guys might rest until after the bye week, But there's an opportunity. You know if if a guy you know if it's just barely at the end of the week, he's just making it back that taking that extra week could be worthwhile, So we'll just have to gauge that as we go. Tomorrow afternoon in

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson sets NFL passing touchdown record

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson sets NFL passing touchdown record

"Seahawks off to a three and Oh start for the first time since Pete Carroll took him to that Super Bowl triumph in 2013 coaches. He laid it with the Hawks record setting 14 touchdown passes in three games in all of the touchdown passes. That's just such a crazy number to be thrown out there in three weeks. Time who had known Seattle hung on yesterday to beat the Cowboys. Now they go play the dolphin Sunday in Miami. Injuries to Jamal Adams and Chris Carson don't appear to be long term. ERM, according to coach

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Dallas Cowboys fall to Seattle Seahawks 38-31 in a wild one

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas Cowboys fall to Seattle Seahawks 38-31 in a wild one

"With a Dallas cowboy dirty tackle. Here's Como's builds works. Seattle held off the Dallas Cowboys. 38 31 thus improved three and No. But the Hawks victory tempered again with a rash of injuries. Safety Jamal Adam's rookies Jordan Brooks and Damian Lewis. And running back. Chris Carson has a sprained knee caused when Dallas defensive lineman Tristan Hill tackled him and continue to roll over on Carson's leg coach Pete Carroll, saying none of the injuries appear to be long term. It's just going to take us all week long to figure it out and But we were really pleased that the reports that came back there was nothing serious. That's going to be like you guys were out for a long time. You have to think about, you know, Ira and stuff like that. That did not happen. The Hawks played Miami Sunday. Monday night Football is a good one.

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Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those

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Carole Baskin sued for defamation by missing husband Don Lewis' family

Colleen and Bradley

01:21 min | Last month

Carole Baskin sued for defamation by missing husband Don Lewis' family

"Okay, all sorts of dirt. Today. Let's talk about Carol Baskin, who is making her run on dancing with the stars after becoming quite the household name when she appeared on the Netflix docuseries Tiger King, So now she's being food. By her missing husband's family. This is I mean, Don Luis's family believes that Carol bask in killed him. And so they took out an ad during dancing with the stars, the premier sharing this information and asking for information about the death of Don Luis. And now she's being sued for not speaking up when some dancing with the Stars judges cracked a couple of jokes about Don Luis. This's what teams got some court documents and in this new lawsuit, Lewis family members accused Accused Carol Baskin of being complicity when Judge's name dropped a viral tic tac video showcasing the unproved conspiracy theory that Carroll killed, Don and then fed him to the Tigers. Locale. Baskin has said for many years that she didn't have any involvement in her husband's disappearance. That he just disappeared is missing and has been long presumed dead, and the family is taking issue with a couple of other comments as well. And so they're suing her for defamation.

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Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last month

Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

"Have now been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches. The NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not where In a face mask on the sidelines. Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were also mask lists. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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NFL issues $1 million in fines after coaches don't wear masks

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | Last month

NFL issues $1 million in fines after coaches don't wear masks

"Air getting hit in the wallet because they did not wear a mask on the sideline. NFL made it clear after the first weekend of its season. Everyone on the sidelines during games needs to wear protective masks Sunday, several NFL head coaches were unmasked, and now they're going to pay as well head coaches from both teams in last night's game, the Raiders Jon Gruden and Saint Sean Payton. The others. The Seahawks Pete Carroll, Kyle Shanahan of the 40 Niners and Broncos coach Vic Fangio. Bill Bella checking. The Patriots could also get fined, Gruden said. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I apologize. Jared Max Fox News pilot, least three of those coaches not wearing mask fined $100,000 by the NFL here in Charlotte, police say two

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Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | Last month

Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

"That are acceptable finds have been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches here. CBS's Jim Crow Zula, the NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not wearing a face mask on the sidelines. The Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were

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NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines

CBS Sports Radio

01:32 min | Last month

NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines

"Up weak, too. Showcasing Las Vegas league was coming down hard on those Who haven't been following protocol. Last week, NFL sent out a strongly worded memo that said coaches had to wear masks on the sidelines and the NFL felt like there were three coaches that didn't do it this weekend. Vic Fangio, Denver Call Shanahan, San Francisco. And Pete Carroll in Seattle. It find each those head coach is $100,000 and find each of those teams $200,000 over a million dollars in fines for not wearing mess and the league might not be done after watching tonight's game, ESPN insider Adam Schefter, noting the three coaches who have been fined. Vic Fangio, Pete Carroll and Kyle Shanahan. But the league may not be done. Shafter referencing the Monday night football game, Raiders coach Jon Gruden seen wearing his face mass, like a changed rapid times during the wind. Over the Saints. After the game, Gruden telling reporters, quote I'm doing my best. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I'm calling plays. I just want to communicate in these situations that if I get fined, I'll have to pay the fine, but I'm very sensitive. About that, and I apologize. Three coaches find on Monday as you heard hundreds $1000 each plus an additional $250,000 Breach of their team. The NFL had sent the memo last week after Lax adherence to protocols during week one of the NFL season. Robert Kraft had

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Justice Department Intervenes To Take Over Trump's Defense In Defamation Lawsuit

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | Last month

Justice Department Intervenes To Take Over Trump's Defense In Defamation Lawsuit

"The Justice Department says it's moving to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit brought by writer Egion Carol. She claims Trump sexually assaulted her in the 19 nineties. NPR's Ryan Lucas says Carroll's attorney is criticizing the move. She called the department's arguments that Trump was acting as president when he denied Carol's allegations is shocking. And she also noted that last month, the state Supreme Court judge had ruled that curls lawsuit could proceed and that Trump was on the verge of being required to produce documents to produce a DNA sample and to sit for a deposition in the case, which would of course Be under oath. She accuses the president here of using the power of the U. S government to try to, she says, evade responsibility for what amounts to a private misconduct. NPR's Ryan Lucas

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DOJ argues it should represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

Tony and Dwight

00:46 sec | Last month

DOJ argues it should represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

"President. Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women. Now, critics say Bill bars once again acting as the president's attorney, rather than the nation's attorney general, with his move to defend Trump and a Defamation lawsuit filed by an accuser more from ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. Taxpayers would foot the bill for the government. Defending the president in the suit by author E. Jean Carroll, who says the president raped her more than two decades ago in a dressing room at New York's Bergdorf Goodman's, The move protects the president from any potentially embarrassing disclosures. In court filings, the Department of Justice argues the president was acting within the scope of his job as president when he said Caroline about being raped by him two decades

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Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections 'rigged'

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:30 min | Last month

Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections 'rigged'

"Ben Ginsberg, the top GOP election lawyer has the top ED today in the Washington Post. He writes Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections rigged or fraudulent. The Justice Department is seeking to defend trumpeted defamation case by advice columnist Jean Carroll who claims trumped raped her two decades ago post notes that taxpayers could be on the hook for any potential damages. If the US government is allowed to stand in for trump though they write weaning damages against the government, though would be more unlikely than in a suit against trump as the notion of sovereign immunity gives government and its employees brought protection from lawsuits. And The New York Times has the lead of the day with this one. President trump who has vowed exit the pairs agreement on climate change loosened restrictions on toxic air pollution rollback, clean water protections, and removed climate change from list of national security threats stood in front of supporters in Jupiter Florida on Tuesday and declared himself a great environmentalist almost none of this will happen but it's worth a read. Anyway Ben Sasse in the Wall Street Journal with this headline make the Senate. Great again to restore the world's greatest deliberative. Body will need to think big and spoke with Aaron Hill, the Executive Director of Act blue the democratic fundraising Juggernaut in the latest women will podcast. They discussed everything from how Biden is faring in fundraising to Republicans effort to build out a digital money operation, you can listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last month

DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit

"The US Justice Department wants to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit from a writer who accused him of rape. Department lawyers asking in New York State court to allow removed to federal court and to substitute the U. S for Trump as the defendant. See, Jean Carroll said. Last year, Trump raped her in a New York luxury department store in the mid nineties. She says his comments, including that she was totally lying to sell a memoir besmirch her

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Where Did COVID Come From?

The Naked Scientists

06:28 min | Last month

Where Did COVID Come From?

"The story that we've been told is that the coronavirus cancer bats and jumped in humans sometime late last year at seafood market in the city of Wuhan. China. It's a neat tail, but the problem is nobody actually knows whether it's true and the evidence is mixed, which is why the World Health Organization said over the past few months there has been a lot of discussion about the origins of Covid nineteen. Or preparations have been finalized and experts will be traveling to China this weekend to prepare scientific plans with their Chinese counterparts for identifying the. Sources of the disease the WHO's director. General Federal. Gabriel's speaking there back in. July. The two people that the WHO, which just the advanced party for a much bigger group of scientists leaving soon for hand to start asking hard questions from the WHO Micron, the answers to these questions are sometimes elusive, and it is quite a detective story to find the source and the intermediate pathways by which the virus can breach that barrier to humans. We spent decades trying to do that any bola we spent years trying to do that with Merce and Sarah's it takes time and it does take meticulous multi sectoral approach to this and. We don't know where that species barrier was actually breached. This is very important because unless we understand like anything if the walls of your castle breached, you need to know where the breaches because you can fix and repair that breach. You can make sure that that is strengthened for the future. So we need to understand was the the track of this virus from the wild animal kingdom directly into humans directly through farmed animals directly into a marcus. When Mark Two hundred, we have to keep an open mind science must stay open to all possibilities. In. This program were exploring the. The evidence and the gaps in the evidence will I hear how the virus might have got from animals and into people will talk to scientists who are questioning the time and place it actually emerged and address whether the virus could have actually come from lap. On the very last day of Twenty nineteen China reported an outbreak of a strange pneumonia in cluster of people with links to the local who on live animal and seafood market two weeks. Later, the cause of the onus was identified as a new corona virus. Now named Saws Covy to the causes the syndrome known as COVID. Nineteen. Since. Then thousands of scientific papers have been published on the outbreak including the genetic sequence of the virus which confirms its close relationship to Corona viruses carried by bats, and therefore also gives us a clue as to where this vars came from Dennis. Carroll heads the Global Viral and project the Coruna viruses first and foremost are a family of viruses. We estimate there between four and five thousand different corona viruses and virtually all of the ones that we've discovered to date about two hundred we found in bats in different parts of the World Asia Africa, and in the Americas. Bats well, we don't know why bat except that bats are able to host viruses like corona viruses without themselves, having any adverse effects, and they will periodically shed these viruses in their feces or in their saliva. So they represent sort of an ideal host because a virus when it doesn't affect another animal, the last thing want to do is to kill the animal off its speaks to its own demise as well. So they've developed a very sympathetic relationship with bats over the Millennia. Are you saying that bats of the origin and when you get corona viruses and other species, it represents a jump from a bat into that species at least at some point in time. Well, I. Let's be very clear. We don't have a definitive answer as to how the COVID nineteen virus entered the human population but we've seen enough examples of the virus moving either directly or indirectly from bats that it's the most reasonable explanation. There was some initial speculation to be confirmed that Pangolin. Another wildlife animal that is a food source in China may have acted as a spillover agent, but more work needs to be done to really clarify exactly what the transmission route might've been. One other avenue to pursue is you read genetic code off of a virus and then you go looking in the database to see what is most closely related to because that can sometimes point you in the right direction of West something came from. Walt story emerges when we do that sort of analysis, many of the different corona viruses circulating in these geographic areas do in fact, have a strong genetic relatedness to the covid nineteen genetic profile. So it speaks to a pedigree shared pedigree. So if that's the case, then you make a case of the fact that these viruses are actually pretty common. You can find the across the very diverse patch of China. Why would they emerge in Wuhan? Well. The source is largely bats that are proximal to Wuhan City, and one of the things we know about bats first and foremost is that they have the ability to adapt and share. Living. Space with human populations and so what we've seen in Wuhan as an example, love high interactive dynamics between bat populations possibly again, secondary intermediary hosts with human populations. If we don't bring a human in close proximity to these infected animals, you will not get a spillover.

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Suspects in custody after 1-year-old metro Atlanta boy was kidnapped

Kilmeade and Friends

00:35 sec | Last month

Suspects in custody after 1-year-old metro Atlanta boy was kidnapped

"Woman face multiple charges following a weekend kidnapping and shambling E that ended with the suspects. Arrest in Carroll County, Jessica Bamaca tells Channel two action news. Her sister had been pushing her nephew in his stroller when the armed suspects approached in broad daylight near their apartment, Sister. Hi, Uh, my name so I quickly ran outside, and I saw that she was crying. She's bleeding during a struggle with the kidnappers. The mom was able to take the man's gonna tear off a piece of his plaid shorts and pull off one of his shoes. Luckily, the boy is now safe. The investigation has been turned over to the FBI. Cheryl

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Police identify pair accused of kidnapping 1-year-old Chamblee, Atlanta boy

Sterling on Sundays

00:38 sec | Last month

Police identify pair accused of kidnapping 1-year-old Chamblee, Atlanta boy

"Home, say one year old Matteo Barrera was in a stroller on a walk with his mom near their apartment where the suspects kidnapped him at gunpoint. His aunt Jessica Bamaca, tells Channel two action news. You have no idea who they are personal. We don't know where they came from. You don't know what their intentions were Mater and Kristen Valera Zuniga are charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault. Police say Mateo's mom fought hard, grabbing their gun, even tearing away a piece of Mainers plaid shorts and pulling off one of his sneakers before they took off with her toddler. They were arrested hours later in Carroll County, Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB WSB News Time is 11 0 to Georgia Football

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Suspect Under Arrest After Latest Subway Window Smashing Incident, New York Police Say

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01:20 min | Last month

Suspect Under Arrest After Latest Subway Window Smashing Incident, New York Police Say

"Empty A offering an award Now police have made an arrest this morning. Maybe not the arrest but they have made an arrest. Let's get an update here. Carol D'Auria joins us Live Morning, Carol. Good morning, Brian. The person under arrest is 42 year old Jos Martinez of Queens. Now the NYPD says it was last night around 7 35 witnesses saw him aboard in North bound a train somewhere in the vicinity of Eighth Avenue and 58th Street. What they saw was this. A man was kicking three windows multiple times. So another was kicking with his feet and he broke three windows that way. He was immediately taken under arrest, and he was charged with three counts of criminal mischief. So, as you said, the question is, Is this the same guy who smashed 400 windows on mostly number seven trains since the spring since about April? Hey, did Many thousands of dollars worth of damage. So that's part of the investigation. Now, right now, they cannot link him to that pattern, but they're they're investigating. They're questioning him there looking at different surveillance that they have, and we just have to wait to see. If he is the same person. Carol, do you or your 10? 10 wins news, Carroll. Thank you. Cash strapped. Empty, eh? We told you about that yesterday to how they're hurting for funds.

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"carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Wins in the sale the girl, a pirate ship we get right to my guess is that I think you know he's one of my favorite he is John. Carroll. He is a research professor of physics at Caltech is something deeply hidden quantum morals and the emergence of space. Time, and because now this is the third or fourth time I have coerced Dr Carol to head our way I'm asking all of you to go watched and listened to mindscape listened to mindscape. It is one of the best podcasts out there and if you have any. Curiosity about the physical universe and more by the way he goes well beyond that download subscribe strong Carols Mindscape I command you to do. So now you'll not be disappointed China welcome back. Thank you very much drew. Thanks for sending your your minions, my way onto your might. Well, that's my goal right now now that you have made the tremendous strategic error of telling me you would come back you become my own private theater with its. and I hope your coaching up my audience at the same time, which is really the goal here. And you know as I listened to your pods, I started accumulating questions I start thinking, and that's always dangerous. For me and for non physicists. And you have this uncanny ability to make physics accessible. In and I'm going to. Do I feel like I need a little more mass today. Here here for you. Okay. and I'm not a mathematician. My son literally is An and I just marvel at some of the stuff he does and the proofs and whatnot but I kind of understand the world that you live in with Ed and I always wonder when I start thinking about things that. I've tried to make sense of things. I always wonder it's just 'cause I'm not looking at the mass that that I can have these sort of extraneous thoughts. For instance, I'll let you open with people didn't hear our previous conversations the many worlds hypothesis that's an which is your favorite, and it's becoming known for that now. So explain to people where that came from. Well, actually let me first before I. Forget I will forget Let me plug that something because. Quarantine Mike Martine project is I'm doing videos called the biggest ideas in the universe right talk about physics with like a little tiny bit of math. So it's kind of exactly what you're asking for. UNAFRAID dimension things like. We don't do calculations or anything like that. I, think it's actually you know a wonderful thing for people to want a little bit more math than they get in you know most of my popular books or Brian Greene's Neil degrasse Tyson's Lisa Randall's for or whatever and I think it does help because the world is the world is exists Sorta mathematically we can talk about it using metaphors. All we want. But sometimes, the math is just the only way to really get the point across and ninety worlds is sort of an example of that. In some sense because people here the world, the word many worlds are the phrase many worlds It's a version of quantum mechanics. It's a way of thinking about what quantum mechanics is teaching us and they say, well, that sounds like. A fantasy science fiction, landlady telling me all these parallel realities are pumping into existence and we can explain why you think that. But the one lesson I wanna get across is we didn't just make up a bunch of world's. while. We made up with quantum mechanics trying to fit the data, and if you just look at the mathematics of quantum mechanics, this was the brilliant insight of Hugh Everett who is a graduate student in nineteen fifties. He said look if you just take with quantum mechanics telling you at face value, it says something like an electron in elementary particle that is very quantum mechanical can exist in a superposition of spinning clockwise and spinning counterclockwise. It's neither one nor the other thought that you don't know it's really doing but. That's true than you should believe that you can exist in a superposition of having seen the electrons spinning up and seem the electrons spinning down, and that means that the universe should be able to exist in the super position and indeed it does and that's the many worlds interpretation and that falls out of the mathematics. Yeah. The many worlds everyone knows everyone who understands whether they agree with many worlds or not when you get right down to the definition of it it's just the most stripped down bare bones. way of thinking about what quantum mechanics says, there are quantum states. There's an equation, the Schrodinger equation that tells you how quantum state evolves and the possibility for many worlds is there in the quantum state and the only question is, does that possibility become real? And so I was always preoccupied with entanglements in and you you explain that to me in a way that I've got my head around and as a result of that. I am now convinced that everything is just a giant quantum wave equation and we are just emerged properties is that accurate lane Dr Nation is working? Yes. Exactly. Right. And but of course, there's a lot of work hidden in those phrases that you just uttered That's the challenge, and that's why you know I don't blame people who don't like the many worlds interpretation if they don't like it in a principled way, you know there's plenty of reasons to worry about it. But the reasons are not that you know it's too heavy or too weird or you know I don't it rubs me the wrong way. The reasons are that the formalism is beautiful and elegant as it is is so very different from the world of our experience from the world of our eyeballs in our fingertips. Maybe. A theory like that could account for the world I see but you're gonNA have to do some work proving it to me, and that's the work of in showing that many worlds gives rise to the emerging reality real experience. Some somehow, that's a feature of the emergence. Yeah we would like I mean, and this is why it sits at the. Intersection of physics and philosophy because we need not only understand how wave functions work. The quantum states were talking about me not only to understand the evolution equation and so forth. But we also have to understand what emergence is how you relate the fundamental ingredients of reality to the world of.

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"carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"The whole idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who have committed their life efforts towards mastery in what we WANNA do is we want to understand? What are they searching for? How did they organize their life? What are the mental skills they use to build and refine their abilities to adjust and pivot to the unfolding unpredictable unknown, and that's really what this is about is to learn, and then to organize it in such a way that you can apply those insights to your own life. And this conversation, it's a little different. It's with sage, Steele and Pete Carroll and myself and P Carroll's the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, and he's my business partner at compete to create. In this conversation, we decided to do something different. We flip the model a bit, and it's really fun. Reason I. AM incredibly excited to show that my first book. It's actually an audible original. It's coming out on July ninth and I couldn't be more honored to Co. write it with P. Carol. Head coach of the Seattle seahawks. It's titled Compete to create an approach to living in leading authentically. So it's an in depth, look on how world class athletes and artists, entrepreneurs and top business leaders how they organized their inner lives to explore the edges, the reaches of their potential in at the same time. Live life with purpose and meaning. Now this book, it's really about celebrating the insights and practices that are at the center of human flourishing and I think we found that sweet spot between science and story and very applied ways for you to be able to practice those skills. So. We pull back the curtain. And hopefully the design is to reveal the psychological framework and mental skills that are common to great performers and leaders. And again the whole goal is for you to be able to apply those same practices in all areas of your life, and if you've already taken our online course finding your best as it's called, this is a great companion. To your.

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"carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"The whole idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who have committed their life efforts towards mastery in what we WANNA do is we want to understand? What are they searching for? How did they organize their life? What are the mental skills they use to build and refine their abilities to adjust and pivot to the unfolding unpredictable unknown, and that's really what this is about is to learn, and then to organize it in such a way that you can apply those insights to your own life. And this conversation, it's a little different. It's with sage, Steele and Pete Carroll and myself and P Carroll's the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, and he's my business partner at compete to create. In this conversation, we decided to do something different. We flip the model a bit, and it's really fun. Reason I. AM incredibly excited to show that my first book. It's actually an audible original. It's coming out on July ninth and I couldn't be more honored to Co. write it with P. Carol. Head coach of the Seattle seahawks. It's titled Compete to create an approach to living in leading authentically. So it's an in depth, look on how world class athletes and artists, entrepreneurs and top business leaders how they organized their inner lives to explore the edges, the reaches of their potential in at the same time. Live life with purpose and meaning. Now this book, it's really about celebrating the insights and practices that are at the center of human flourishing and I think we found that sweet spot between science and story and very applied ways for you to be able to practice those skills. So. We pull back the curtain. And hopefully the design is to reveal the psychological framework and mental skills that are common to great performers and leaders. And again the whole goal is for you to be able to apply those same practices in all areas of your life, and if you've already taken our online course finding your best as it's called, this is a great companion. To your.

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"carroll" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"She just launched a brand new podcast. It's called come through fifteen central conversations about race a pivotal year for America. So whether you're afraid to talk about race or sick of tried to make other people talk about it. This show is for you. You can subscribe to come through wherever you get your podcasts and you can listen to Rebecca's up sort of ten things right now. One death and dying to breast cancer and all cancer three flying. Whenever I fly I always sit next to my son so far. He's okay with that. But if there's any kind of turbulence or I start to get a little bit white knuckle to sort of looks over. We had just smiles. Just a just a grin for that. I'm messing up my kid. My birth father is black was black. He died in two thousand ten and I met him When I was probably twenty two or twenty three and so we had a brief relationship and It got very intense very quickly for me and I needed to do my life and when I was ready to reconnect after I had a son he died. It's a regret that I live with We were each other's soul black relatives. You know that that we had In the world and we needed each other in a very very In in a very visceral sense and he to me I thought him coming into my life would be a lot easier and it felt I panicked. I didn't know how to suddenly be his daughter and I have to. I have to have to be very mindful to not overcompensate the other day We were talking about because now we're looking at high schools and what's really important for me and I think should be important for any parent regardless of race. Ethnicity is that they have teachers and role models of Color. And my son said you know what's why do I need to have necessarily all black and people of Color as role models. I said well because if you have only white role models you'll grow up thinking that the best thing to do and be is white and and he said but I see a lot of you know role models of color and I said name three and he said our friend. Missa our friend Karen and you and the next day I said to my husband I said. I don't think I realized that I'm enough for my son by being able to feel the feeling of missing people. I love after I die. Six nuclear war just mushrooming everybody's gone seven masses of moving insects. Eight the Ocean nine the dentist ten losing my mind. Did you ever see that movie phenomenon with John Travolta and curious Edrich in which he just starts to get more and more brilliant every day like he can? He can suddenly solve the Rubik's Cube and you know right operas and it is revealed that the reason he becomes brilliant more and more every day is because he's dying so I also think about that that Oh I feel like I'm getting smarter only because my mind about to say you're done. My name is Rebecca. Carol and these are ten things that scamming Rebecca terrill is a cultural critic and editor of special projects at WNYC radio. She told us that she met her husband on a subway platform in Brooklyn while he was on his way to a conference on race and social policy and a year later he proposed to her on that same platform. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel Game at Odell Reuben. Sarah Sampack emily legal team and Polish lumen music and sound design by Isaac. Jones.

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"carroll" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

03:08 min | 7 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Doll Baram podcast. Thank you for sharing this show with everybody. You know all right. Let's strip it down and die right in because along with our outstanding guest. Today I have a dear friend with us who is going to co host with me today. My Co host through this episode is Joe. Bauer Joel is a master of mindset for the Amazing Seller E Conference Training Company. And there's also helped to others to build million dollar brands from scratch he also is the founder of. Don't die of Dome. The hassle showing people how their own health get commended of it? And how to take the massive advancements in medical science ready for this. Let's get back to the show as a leader whether you are a CEO. Someone in the sales leader on the media in any capacity. You know that there has been a shift from the old commanding control head down style leadership to something very different so different than most of it as a right now remains a bit undefined. What do we know about leadership while we know that has changed? And we know that. What did work doesn't work whether that's in the lead ship all whether it's in employee engagement loyalty so it'd be stopped to consider the importance of play not just for your own productivity but for the physical mental emotional performance of every human. It works with you. The truth is whether you want to admitted on. No we are all dragging passed around with us. Some of buried it under that. Not really it's going to weigh them down. Others have used it to springboard them into higher things. So how can we leverage our history into high performance while using play? Let's find out together. I'll guest on this episode. This epic guest is Kevin Carroll. He's an author human performance coach. Creative catalyst. Kevin brings a playful curiosity. An avid intellect a keen understanding of human nature. A lifelong love of competition. And all of this into all of his endeavors. He has a humanist potential and possibilities sees it everywhere he solves issues and challenges in surprising and unexpected ways. Kevin is the author of three highly successful books published by ESPN Disney Press Magor Hill. He has helped turn creative ideas into reality for organizations such as Nike starbucks Adidas Disney target proctor and gamble under Obama Mattel and a whole bunch of others including the National Basketball Association. He went from being a high school athletic trainer to a college athletic trainer and to a trainer of the Philadelphia Seventy sixers. Which as I told Kevin once before I have no idea what is just just his. Oh and did I mention on top of all that he speaks five languages? Ladies and Gentlemen. Please put your.

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"carroll" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

09:10 min | 8 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Carroll Hubbard Junior the Prize of Western Kentucky or at least. He thought zoo the nine term. Democrat seem destined to be a lifelong congressman at least until he embroiled himself in multiple financial scandals in the nineteen ninety s. The Congressman described by the Washington Post as a friendly albeit quirky and absent minded type was a staple in Kentucky politics for nearly two decades but being a cordial southern gentlemen wouldn't excuse his sketchy bookkeeping concerns about his. Financial records arose multiple times during his tenure in Congress. The inquiries that led to the Nineteen ninety-two House Bank Scandal. Aka Rubber Gate would finally definitively expose Hubbard's years of illegal dealings.

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"carroll" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"carroll" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Down the biggest scandals in American political history. This is number thirty. Six Carroll Hubbard Junior. The former congressman was charged with three felonies after illegally using his campaign fund and congressional staff for personal use fifty six year old former Congressman Carroll Hubbard. Junior thought he was getting ready to participate in a sting mission for the FBI. The past few years on the hill had been tough for him. Pesky agents from the bureau had been poking around his finance records. They were definitely looking for something no matter Hubbard. Thought he'd Outrun his cooked books with a little quid pro quo. He could play. Nice for a couple months and helped the F. B. I. Investigate lobbying in Libya. Then they'd see he was worth his salt and forget about his receipts outfitted with the whole nine yards including a beeper business. Cards and a codename Hubbard was ready to take down some lobbyists but informant. Elmer fudd as he was nicknamed grew irritated when he wasn't flown abroad instead. He was instructed by the FBI to wear a body recorder around Washington DC. He was confused. The agents only seemed interested in getting him to talk to Old Kentucky politicians. What did they know about Libya? Hubbard was uneasy and yet he still believed the FBI. Wooden tried to dupe him. He would have seen that coming but Hubbard vastly underestimated the FBI's willingness to let him slide off the hook for his years of past misdeeds. In fact they were simply trying to get him to obtain evidence that would help speed his.

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"carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Podcast welcomed. Back my latest Obsession Sean. Carroll Research Professor of physics at Caltech. He's a podcast who which is true. Then put my obsession has not just you but your podcast which is shontae the mindscape. You're okay with the PODCAST IS I get my son's turned onto my wife gaffed on board and But I recommend it most most most highly forthcoming book. It's already out something. Deeply Hidden Quantum worlds emergence of space time which will kind of talk about Shawna's theoretical physicist specializing in quantum mechanics. Gravity and cosmology. And thanks to you. I've learned a little more about quantum mechanics sort of the general sweeping ideas. How have you been at Caltech now? Oh this is my thirteenth year. Their longtime Palestinian everything. Good I love it was just in Chicago for a couple of days and it was snowing. Incoming good good so all right. I am We did a little bit of a run through some with these topics last time. It was not cohesive terms of my questioning. It was not like linear sort of a conversation was just sort of things that I I caught listening to your podcasts. More than anything in having you you know a collegiate education in physics sort of kept an eye on this since then couple things I want to get at this time. Let me ask just one sort of. I guess it's a technical question. How much are we missing about these topics by not discussing the mathematics? Because some of this really is about math. Yeah no that's actually great question Shen and the answer is it depends on what we're talking about so let me give you an example where you're missing a lot We talk about quantum mechanics. My Book something deeply hidden hidden is mostly about particular version of quantum mechanics called the many worlds interpretation. Yes where when you measure a quantum system. We know experimentally that you get certain indefinite outcomes but you can't predict which I wanNA talk about entanglement. We'll get to that But so many world says that in fact all the different experimental outcomes become real. Nope just in separate worlds so the world duplicates and he literally means what he's saying. I really I really means when you observe an electron to of you emerge. That's right and I think like like that fact can be understood without the math but then people say well where does the energy come from an are you doubling the energy of the universe when you create a new one one and that you know if you know the math the answer is crystal clear that no you're not violating energy conservation. It's really hard to accelerate. So this is Samat. There's energy conservation which you can't violate one of the things I was ruminating about on this. We'll we'll get a little deeper into the many worlds theory here but that it's tend attended the ten to the twenty third or something worlds right. They're predicting the bunch or more load and isn't there a and this is were the math got into my thinking. Isn't there because you also talked about how probability emerges from these things new and all these things are phenomenon that converge on on one. Isn't it possible that there are so many that they just converge. They don't go to infinity. They go to one side of the the the worlds of the world. So so. It's just an amalgamation now of all the world's in one you know what literally this afternoon I was having having lunch with a friend of mine philosopher physics and he mentioned exactly that interpretation of possible because probabilities Converge John One yet many worlds converge on One. Maybe really is just one but we don't experience that right so I don't many worlds. Let spirits entangled entangled. That's right that you experience experimental outcomes you know you. Measure the spin or the location of a particle the energy. Whatever he discovered? The Higgs bows on. You do all these things involving quantum mechanics in every once experience in the history of the world. You seem to see a definite outcome. There's the particle at at some location. Yeah and the the fundamental equation of quantum mechanics. The SCHRODINGER equation says otherwise. It says that you should not see a particle indefinite location. And so many world is one way to come to grips with that. So you're welcome to invent spinoffs of many worlds are alternatives to it or different versions of it but many worlds worlds even though it seems wild is just taking the Schrodinger equation at face value literally no not causing any any exceptions the textbook version Asian of quantum mechanics says that the sugar equation is usually correct except when you look at a quantum system then it's not correct right if you measure it you make everything right. Wave wave functions collapsed. Yeah no equation for that. But I'm wondering if that collapsing idea is really what happens to the many worlds well. That's not what the short anger equation. Says you're proposing a different interpretation so heading heading towards the asked him todd of one yet not a collapsing. Well the Schrodinger equation Asian. Doesn't have collapses in it. The wave functions don't collapse. They just always spread out so the fact that they seemed to collapse to US demands. Some better explanation ever it. The whoever the many many world says it's because the world branched Niels Bohr who invented the Copenhagen interpretation. Says it's because the wave function collapse collapse. And that's what we're trying to figure out which one is right and deals board was just a more Enigmatic Kerr's matic dude that got a one persuaded his team. It's a fascinating story. You know like how the history of quantum mechanics came to be the twisted mess that it really is but Niels Bohr more than anyone else's responsible for shepherding our current version of quantum mechanics understanding of it and yet he's the one who convinced the rest of the physics community that all was fine and yeah they didn't have to think too hard about about what it means to look at something measurement or measure it or observe it just use the shortage regime well when you measure it. And that's what people like Einstein Stein just couldn't do like wise quesion true sometimes and not true other times. That's that's no good. Yeah something's wrong so now we're still stuck with this. You know eighty ninety years later ter- trying to deal with the fallout like what is the right version of quantum mechanics and this is the this is the scandal. You're not allowed to talk about it. That's right Certainly early especially in physics departments. You'd expect that this will be the highest priority on our list. If you take that seriously your your thoughts would not be real physicist. When when I hear you say that I was thinking? Maybe that's again the math piece because it's it's divorcing everything from the math and trying to try to be rational channel. Will I think that This is part of the self justification on the part of physicists. They say that's philosophical questions. Question really really going to formulate an of what they mean is that you can't see the differences you can't test experimentally the different possibilities. We have multiple multiple really honestly different theories of physics all of which looked like quantum mechanics at the end of the day but they seem to be different and some of them are experimentally distinguishable. No but it's hard and so if you can't do an experiment to tell which one is right. Physicists get nervous right but isn't the very papers that Einstein wrote evidence that physics physicists. Do their thing without experiments you do like to think that their theory should make sense. And that's that sounds obvious but the demand that everything makes sense. That's too strict. Do Yeah you know and so this evolutionary instrument that we have in our cranium will well. It's not it's not really that you know that they're compatible with your so for example go we all know it. Always physicists. Know that there's this huge looming problem with gravity. Einstein did a really good job. It inventing a good theory of gravity called general relativity gravity's curvature of space time and you have a very very good podcast on this topic going to great talk about you want to remember the title of it Will I have a solo. My podcasts many different things by did do a solo episode on how Space Time can emerge from quantum mechanics. That's ravaged will yes. facetime one space time is curved. Valentine says his gravitate but here but the conventional way of doing things gravity and quantum mechanics are simply incompatible with each other. And we all know. That's the problem. And even though there's no experiment and we can do. That violates either quantum mechanics or general relativity because they're both mutually incompatible. One is going to have to change and is the reason you can't do experiment on grab grabbed the the the scale. It's just too weak of a force. You know quantum mechanics shows up when you look at individual particles or very very small subatomic systems for gravity. The individual particles would be gravitons but gravitons. Just move right through you. Almost never interacting very hard to make a grant on in the lab so we we are making it particles like turtleneck light. Yeah we make particles all the time. Hey Bozo and so forth but gravitons are just very very hard to make one by one you can make them in big bunches gravitational waves which we discovered a few years ago but that just is a big enough that everything classical again to isolate a single graviton rather talent is beyond our capability so so the idea would be if you could study on the level of a particle. You learn something. Then you'd see the quantum behavior up close and maybe that will give you a clue as to how to build a better theory or maybe not but at least it would be a step. And why can't we make a grab a ton they're just too hard to make they're just too weakly interacting. You know the way that I always put it as you can use your arm to lift a bottle of water off of the desk right. So what is your arm a bunch of electrochemical reactions is basically electrity electricity magnetism. It work in your arm and that is able to beat the combined gravitational field of all the atoms in the earth trying to hold the bottle down right your your puny. That alarm is able to beat the entire earth. And why is that. It's because gravity is a really weak force. Where would you? How would you make graviton? Well well you could do it the same way you make a photon right. You make a Photon by taking an electron just over particle and moving in the right and so the electron has an electric field stretching in all directions directions. So when you move the electron the electric field shifts. If you move electron up and down repeatedly the electric field around it waves and we see that as light right and therefore photons detected one by one exactly. The same thing is true for gravity. The Electron has a gravitational field. If you move the electron the gravitational tation field shifts etc but the number of gravitons. You're producing that way is way way smaller than the number of photons. Couldn't you move a bigger particle. Yeah yeah like the Sun or a black hole yeah right. That's the that's the problem. It's a very weak force. If you move a single electron good luck with that. You're never gonNA make it detectable graviton. It begs the issue. Why you can't take a large object and move it though and something emerged exactly how we do? Detect gravitational national ways by the Nobel Prize was one year ago by the Lego Observatory. Because what you needed to do was to have two black holes..

"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

15:53 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"You gotta push shift yeah yeah yeah. The point is to be uncomfortable yeah so anyway okay so i was so pete is like he is the person that gives that to other humans all day long right. It's cool. I really wish he had seen last chance you a love last this last see the current season is phenomenal in that coach who i like. I think he's got this. Is these amazing qualities. These white from south central negro around all black folks. We really knows how to communicate with kids that have come from a really rough area anybody the elza la and he uses a lot of these techniques that just you don't think forget everything else it come to see. It becomes that torture debate. You know yeah which which you know i feel differently about torture if it worked but there's so much evidence that it actually doesn't work yes that you don't get the truth from it discuss series of lies. They think you want to hear similarly. I don't i don't think that that screaming at everyone and shit yields resort certainly they wanted from me. I know i it's just different personality types like i bet some people do really thrive off of that. It's kind of like a sick almost like masochistic asa kiss stick thing. I feel like if they had like a dad that like yelled at him and pushed him but then gave him as his approval. There's some that feels familiar in nice but if if you didn't for me it's so foreign to have a fucking man. Just scream at you now. It's enough for me. I mean i guess yeah. I guess there is something sort of exciting writing about someone's approval. That's hard to have <hes> and then so that's sort of what they're displaying like guy hate you and then eventually elite. They turn feels really good well. That's the did you watch the <hes> the lake placid olympics documentary about the hockey team there and then it was made into the movie miracle. Oh i didn't see either and famously like at that time. Still we only college athletes playing the olympics. There was no professionals rational now now tall professional but then it was still a collective of college athletes that beat russia which was impossible and those were professional players mhm in that coach was kind of celebrated for his whole plan was always to unite them against him so he was willing to be the asshole that everyone hated to unite them so i guess there's that version where it seems like it worked. Digging need poly technical approach where it's like. You're adjusting for everyone's personality finale. Which sounds like what pete does maybe. He gives the guys who need that. Yeah tough love shit that yeah and supports others thrive off that yeah i do. The best thing you can do is engenders some sort of feeling that the team mm-hmm is one right and what however you do that. That's the real keys is rule number. One always protect the ti- yeah yeah that's right. That's an important factor because it doesn't really matter what the coach is pushing you to do. You'll push yourself. If you feel like these. Other people need me to do that. Depend on you yeah. I miss it yeah. You should find your way back into some kind of competitive something. I'm gonna. We're gonna have to think on that this week. With what options are there for you crosswords. I'm not going to be good enough at at though no. I need to be good at it too late in the game to come competitive across words i i. I want to start learning piano <hes>. I don't think i should get competitive. 'cause i'm just about to start learning a little early needed at the same time oh and then we'll get competitive which the other that sounds like. It's a good plan for okay so some tax. There are actually aren't that many facts oh well. This just reminded me because he said that he worked his football coaches. He'd coach those pop warner kids and stuff and i ended that we were forced forced to do that in in high school we had to coach the reckless kids saw in cheering alvarez signed a grade. There was a horrible incident that happened injury. You know the sexually assault now but i mean pretty much worse this girl it's so owned one so really been extorted kid. I punch shoot. I knocked the wind out. You know these are like a eight year. Olds probably let it out. She feels like <hes> handmaid's tale. When you're in the center chair yes guilt sin sin sin so this girl was eight eight ish and me me and my friend my other cheerleader friend were their coach and she was in rec league and i think her mom drove the school bus and and and she had a huge you know huge huge huge mole okay on her leg. Maybe i don't remember where it was but it was exposed okay and it was huge distraction a lot of hair yup well. Even at a it was a real site. Uh-huh there was an eyesore yes and she was obviously not cool and these were young cheerleader so ever a lot. The people were cool popular yeah. You're i have a mix. I think of supporting you and tell me and then and then just thanks feeling really sad already. Just the mom's a school bus driver. That's that's a tough road a ho. I wonder if i made that up. I if i did ed i really hope i did. I don't think i did i think her mom was the bus driver and she had not cute mole well and you know she just didn't fit in and stunt and see if the kind of i think people had to touch her mole. No one wanted to anyway me and my friend were talking about it okay in a not favorable favorable way and she her we didn't know okay came up like our coach is told us oh boy hey. There's this situation. We weren't like it was kind of. It was extra back because we weren't getting in trouble. Just like be more private about this happened and what happened and we were like did you do i think at first we were like no no that wasn't us or we were like no we were saying it's viewed of and use it as a knob the it's a great opportunity to really get a hold on her when she's flying what you wanna do this'll be muscle memory. You feel that knob to grab obama and you're never going to be in use it as an anyway and then we had. We talked with her mom the bus driver you had to talk to mav. Oh it was it it was. I only have ever told anyone that was awful. It really was yeah. I think i can't imagine any of us. Don't have those memories memories because i was inclined to go like oh. I was big and i was fighting a lot so maybe it's just me that i hurt. Someone and i feel terrible about it but i think everyone has gotten ensnared in and some shadiness to someone else. It's almost impossible to make it to your life without shit happen again. That's how you learn. You probably felt terrible. Uh-huh yes also i felt so many things i felt terrible also felt so scared. I was like all my god. I did something really bad. I feel guilty and also i feel like oh. My life is ruined. I'm probably going to get kicked off this cheerleading squad. Your whole life was ending and the mom was nice to own are both prone to feel like our whole life is indeed. I wonder again if that's like broadly universal or and <hes> people think like these little indiscretions are going to take the whole thing down yeah. That's a really good question. I don't think everyone one does feel that it presumes that like you have something you want to keep to begin with which may be unique unique now yeah <hes> you guys apologize to the girl. I think maybe i mean. We put us to the mom i can't. I don't know i think we did. I'm sure we had to nope. This is one of those you know real murky kind of topics which are you don't want to perpetuate something in yet it short so you know i always bring up. The fighting thing like i would if your kid is getting picked on. Would you say punch them. It's clearly wrong but what's wrong. Her army wants to go. I i oh i wish she could have just got the mole removed because you're asking a lot of eight-year-olds to not care about a mole. I now it's yes. We ideal deal if eight-year-olds didn't care but then you also have to be realistic about the world we live in so excited you get this more removed. You know i certainly would but i don't if that's the evolve moving in the right direction like oh. That's just their crossed bear and it'll build character. I don't know it's complicated. I just know my my heart would snap in half. Lincoln came home and everyone's talking about a mole on her like i mean i it would hurt me so much more even leaking with these stitches. You know you've seen me with injuries. I could give a fuck. I don't care if i got a slang or i'm getting operated. I don't care at all stitches her stitches in her finger. When she touches up my stomach turns. I'm like oh. I'm so nervous about her hurting herself thinking about someone <hes>. I feel really bad about that girl new. It's okay. That's it's all dead now or something. No she's probably the governor of georgia okay again. It could be like dyslexia probably like to find her. She if she found her confidence fuck this world this superpower i oh she just got it remove. It wasn't really a mole. I mean it was but it was like more humor. It was kind of like a tumor that had a pigment hype hyperplasia with some malignant tumor s qualities. Oh oh man you know what's funny. Is you gotta just kind of like for you. I feel guilty. You feel mad at yourself that you're so shallow right. That's how i feel when i'm like judgmental of someone's got like <hes> tons of flakes all of their eyebrows or so mag become aware of it and then a mad at myself right but i do imagine there has to be some evolutionary thing where it's like. We're we we have a biological response to be afraid of someone. That seems to be carrying a disease or infectious. I really think that's what it stems from. That's why throw up smells so much much closer than anything else because there's poison in the throat and that's why they threw up so if you want to be repelled by so you know to me or or even like lameness right. I don't even know if that's the word you can use anymore but like if kids born with a bomb leg or arm. I think evolutionary you're like oh. That's a liability all of our safety interesting yeah any to beat yourself up. You have those feelings that you have to overcome them and you need to shame yourself of me so mad and disappointed with yourself that you just that your knee jerk reaction of these things. I think it's kind of hard wired in us. Yeah it's like it's but you can be judgmental. Judge mental of your action after the thought for sure yeah you know what really makes me sad about the story is like i think we were just talking about it because it was was like fun to talk about somebody else in the same way the same thing everyone does all the time or they wanna talk uh other people to make themselves feel better and it was like we were on the cool team right. We didn't have a huge mole yes and yeah. I probably felt like oh thank god. I don't have that because of all these other things. I don't like your whole skin color yeah well. This is the thing that's recommended in the broken ladder which down comparing means basically what you're doing all but that's i don't. I wouldn't recommend that. I don't think it's good to do that. It also is like so stupid like just interesting no well well. Hold on down compare not in a mean way but it is like. I'm always <music> saint on here that i'm a six or i don't like how i look and then so when i think about oh yeah i could like how i looked less and i should be grateful and so it could lead me to having gratitude wall to mentally yeah. That's because it's a shame our brains work that way. You need to find something some of the worst plight than ears to enjoy your station okay so how many people have e- cots said like five people have them fifteen people have them oh fifteen yes but more than forty performers are just one away including richard rogers rita peter marino audrey hepburn well. She's won't be able to get it but mel brooks share kate winslet let viola davis common helen mirren lin manuel miranda dick van dyke julie andrews lily tomlin omlund. These are some of the people anyhow so there might be a big influx of guts. Yeah sin could get even less exclusive fifteen. That's higher than i would have thought hafer very much but i just how do people win a grammy. You're an actor. Sometimes you can win them and kind of dicey way. Oh yeah like zach braff. One one i think for yes for the the soundtrack of of garden state garden state soundtrack a great soundtrack which is when i think of grammy winners i think people who write amazing music not people who cure a yeah sometimes you can win them for like audio or like audio. Oh so we might win. Why me and i'd i'd like to if you will yeah you could be inching towards an e got at least nomination i could. Maybe i could be the nominations so not winner winner but i have an emmy nomination. I know so then. Maybe i'd get maybe guy for the nomination. I don't think i've introduced us like monica. Padma n- e- got nominated i needed as you know because they all say trailers academy award nominated. That's still that stays with you to just the nomination yeah. I like that..

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"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

13:42 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Yeah audible experiences take us. We're gonna we're gonna come out here pretty soon. We've we've done the working now. We gotta get organized. Get revealed in the pretty fun that brings up my time management schmidt question. How on earth do you juggle these things. Will you know what early will really well. No call your family and say <hes> it really is. It's just important for me to be active and doing stuff and whatever you know kind of lights me up. I'm chasing. There's so much out there in. I think it enriches what i'm doing anyway so i i think it's all part of the process of trying to figure out. It'd be really good when i'm doing yeah well listen <hes> so grateful that you took time out today and he had a super busy. You guys ashton. Yeah never talked to a football coach very exciting very inspirational. Your well-dressed. You're in great shape. Again is luminescent. Ah you know if the other book doesn't take off you need to do just kind of like a personal style and allied health book wjm okay. We'll glenn because if i end up if i look like you in twenty four years i'm gonna be fucking. Do back flips off decided yeah so the number is this number. You're the oldest coach in the league with you at all only when people bring it up take very nuts is why would never thought it by looking at you. If i hadn't read a base it was really refund. Talk with you. Get your inspiration. All we love you. Thanks a lot for coming in and i wanna say good luck for today but not good. Look you playing the chargers. Play the chargers yeah so not not good luck. Okay.

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"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"This is kind of intimidating here. Is it a couple of things right out of the gates. You're incredibly fit. Can i say that. Can we acknowledge that you say you want. Are you on a specific. You expect let me start by. I think the most important thing for me to say in admit i know so little about football. It's it's ridiculous. The reason i was attracted to having you on is simply because i think of your many philosophies that again i learned and mostly from michael my interest in you is more like an organizational psychologist than per se the game itself which is they don't like the game this okay yeah. I don't have a ton of knowledge the giants so what i watch is hard knocks on h._b._o. Last chance you on netflix in a lot of these coaches are past their prime. Let's just say that physically physically. There are a little heavier. They don't seem to be doing drills but you are in incredible shape. That's all. I wanted to do specific way mind boy yeah i do do. I'm wife and i were influenced to go plant based awhile back years ago. Oh no kidding yeah so. We've done that in really recognize. It's made a difference you know just in feeling well and getting rid where the <hes> aches and pains and the arthritis type of feelings that you have you know from information all that i don't have those anymore. I used to have a lot. I've got all kinds of stuff that i've done to my body. That warrant aren't that response but i don't feel that stuff anymore. So are you off animal protein entirely or sometimes you splurge or no. I figured out a pattern of it you know so. I still eat eggs and okay. I don't eat meat rarely really yeah so and then are you getting enough exercise just being out on that field walking back and forth all that stuff or do you have to actually really set aside now. I know i have a little routine that i do before i go out every day and go out on the field couple times. I've do something before that's enough to keep me going with the running around that i do. I make a point of trying had to run places and just keep moving and throw the ball at the time and so i'm active. I'm going to further embarrass you monica. Would you agree your skin looks so healthy. Does it looks like you're on a plant based. Diet looks radiant and healthy. Did you know there's mostly a cosmetic. Show so oh you just you look like you're really doing well you. You were born in nineteen fifty one in the same year. My mother was and so i'm just looking at how you guys have both run your thing and it looks great. Okay now you grew up in san francisco. I was born in san francisco marin mom and dad do my dad was in the wholesale liquor business for the forty years in san francisco and have really a great gig. That's a job that demands some charisma yeah. He was a sales manager for the most part and became a v._p. Later on we had a really interesting setup they had to serve all of san francisco and in that he had sales people that had to call on all the different accounts so he had every background background you could ever imagine represented throughout the whole culture of san francisco and in christmas time. He used to take me in the office one day. You know i was just such a mixed bag. Hey good people you know. Eppie epstein people ride. It was amazing crowd that we messed with. It was a good upbringing unified only in a huge appetite for liquor exactly in such a supporter. She supports that so oh that's great as i was reading about you. There's so many themes teams that are interesting about you that interest me in particular. I mean one of them just to announce my thesis statement on you is what find example of failure.

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"carroll" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on Business Wars

"Logic perception consciousness. These are the things that we process each and every day but there is much more to our minds than we will ever realize is. That's why i wanna tell you about a show that dives deep into the inner workings of our brain. It's called sean. Carroll's mindscape join host sean john carroll as he sits down with some.

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"carroll" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"carroll" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Carroll described what this strange fact of physics might mean for everyday idea of time and our place in the universe from the Ted stage. The universe is really big. We live in a galaxy the Milky Way. Galaxy there about one hundred billion stars in the Milky Way. Galaxy there are approximately one hundred billion galaxies in the observable universe. One hundred billion is the only number you need to know the age of the universe between now and the big bang is one hundred billion in dog years. Tells you something about our place in the universe. But we would also like to understand it as it cosmologists. I wanna ask why is the universe? Like this one big clue we have is that the universe is changing with time. If you looked at one of these galaxies and measured its velocity it'll be moving away from you. And if you look at galaxy even further away, we'll be moving away faster. So we say the universe is expanding. What that means? Of course, is that in the past things closer together in the past the universe was more dense, and it was also hotter. If you squeeze things together, the temperature goes up that kind of makes sense to us. The thing that doesn't make sense to us as much is that the universe at early times near the big bang was also very very smooth at early times those hundred billion galaxies were squeezed closer together. And you have to imagine doing that squeezing without any imperfections without any little spots where there were a few more atoms than somewhere else because if there had been they would have collapsed under the gravity. National poll into a huge black hole keeping the universe. Very very smooth. At early times is not easy. It's a delicate arrangement. It's a clue that the early universe is not chosen randomly. There was something that made it that way. We would like to know.

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"carroll" Discussed on Bedtime with Babish

Bedtime with Babish

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"carroll" Discussed on Bedtime with Babish

"Good evening and welcome to bedtime with fabisch tonight i'll be sharing some short poems by lewis carroll beginning with the walrus and the carpenter from through the lookingglass the sun was shining on the sea shining with all his might he did his very best to make the billows smooth and bright and this was odd because it was the middle of the night the moon was shining sulk away because she thought the sun had got no business to be there after the day was done it's very rude of him she said to come and spoil the fun the sea was wet as wet could be the sands were drives dry you could not see a cloud because no cloud was in the sky no births were flying overhead there were no birds to fly the walrus and the carpenter were walking close at hand they wept like anything to see such quantities of sand if this were only cleared away they said it would be grand if seven maids with seven month swept it for half a year do you suppose the walrus said that they could get it clear i doubt it said the carpenter and shed a bitter tear oh easters come and walk with us the wall rested beseech a pleasant walk a pleasant talk along the briny beach we cannot do with more than four to give a hand to each the eldest oyster looked at him but never a word he said the eldest oyster wink tiszai and shook his heavy add meaning to say he did not choose to leave the waster bed.

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"carroll" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"carroll" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Pat carroll for little that jack jim jackie back geno no check this jackson yes two no jack two best the i can't the john.

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"carroll" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"carroll" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Their opinion carroll and how anything get on the fact that side well that's two and then missed is the least just really really sex so very grateful he's feeling better and he's back to is normal spunky self he spunky even for a senior dude he's pretty spunky but i just got this was so cool because with the out that goes along with star lock it's just like you know you see an yourself you know you're macho your app you know how many scout team dying you see the same thing for you for kid you know i actually i have the out and i said i was just a that's when around so where running around studio and then i know it it looked like that yes okay the app it moved this is really cool and then we me you know a little more in a move began so it's really i think a great way to motivate the hell parents to motivate there for kid you know it does kind hand in hand you know it because sometimes there's only so much space bad and they stay that we get it mr did not have a la mop because the weather was very reigning so we just had a move a lot around the studio so he didn't do too bad but you know i think of dogs has their way they would to sleep around on day but there are some that are high energy that just you know they get all excited and just have to run around that's why you see puppy sometimes running around in a circle like crazy because they just have to expand their energy like leg little kids.

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