35 Burst results for "Cascade"

The Silver Lining in This Helluva Bear Market

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:02 min | Last week

The Silver Lining in This Helluva Bear Market

"I'm sorry to anybody who lost funds. It has been a hell of a bear market. A hell of a bear market. And I feel like everybody that's watching everybody that's hosting, just everybody in crypto in general did not see this coming. But I guess looking for the silver lining here, binance starts recovery fund for crypto projects facing liquidity crisis. CZ says this is for strong projects who are facing liquidity issues. He told anyone who thinks they qualify to contact binance labs, he welcome other industry players with cash who want to co invest. Justin sun said that Tron, who will be global employing X will support the initiative and more details coming soon, the tweet is up if you guys want to go ahead and read that. But CZ is talking about to reduce future cascading events because let's face it this is part of the crypto contagion and FTX collapsing doesn't just impact cut well. I guess it impacts these people or customers. There's a lot of people that had funds there doing business, et cetera. So I guess that this is the silver lining of this absolute tragedy.

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Poland: Russian-Made Missile Fell on Our Country, Killing 2

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Poland: Russian-Made Missile Fell on Our Country, Killing 2

"It broke just in the last few minutes that a Russian missile crossed into Poland and killed two people Now some of you may be saying well I was to be expected at some point Yeah it was but Poland's a NATO country And this is the This is the conversation I was dreading having for a long time That you know Jim and Mike and I and my podcast crew when we put together our shows had warned about where this is where you get into this cascade of horribles that happens afterwards if certain things happen And you know you get to the point with these things that have Poland and I honestly sincerely doubt they would even attempt to invoke NATO's article 5 If you you know which would require a military response from NATO but wouldn't require it That's actually not accurate Would require military assistance rather better way to save from NATO countries This is the kind of thing that had us worried the entire time

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Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

Crypto Current

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

"The property that is known as the decentralized YouTube called library just officially has been ruled against in its case against the SEC where they officially deemed that their token is in fact a security. Now, the reason why this is such a big story and why I'm pretty sure it's going to start acting as a counter piece in the current market situation is you've got a really, really compelling project that in the legal sense had a very similar case to ripple. Now is essentially going to be used as precedent. And the problem with that is the way it was written, I haven't done a full review of what it said in the summary judgment, but from what I understand in the immediate analysis is it is having implications that may in fact reflect even Ethereum as a security. So I don't even know if these judgments are going to get us any closer to actual regulatory clarity, or if it's just going to muddy the water even further, but right now it seems kind of bleak. What is your immediate read on this and how it may affect the overall market and how the SEC goes forward? It's definitely bleak if there's somehow wrapping Ethereum into a security. Again, I don't have enough information on this breaking news to be able to accurately report on it. But just listening to the headline and what you are saying, it's not great. So I really hope that they don't try to tie a theorem into this and try to make it a security because then if they do, then that does mean that, hey, maybe there is jurisdiction in the U.S. to go after people. If it's a security, right? So yeah, there's a lot of cascading effects that can happen if that's the case,

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Kurt Schlicter on the Cascading Movement Against the Democrats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last month

Kurt Schlicter on the Cascading Movement Against the Democrats

"So Kurt, I agree, the trend is definitely our friend. What could possibly go wrong? We need to have at least some form of a threat analysis. Or is it just we just basically wait for time to last because it seems as if there is a cascading movement against the Democrats building? Look, I think we actively do what we are doing. This fight isn't going to win itself. We need to get out there. We need to knock on doors. We need to talk to people. We need to communicate. There's a lot of money pouring into allow reaching the undecided voters. That's good. We need to keep pounding away on the set of issues. Crime, inflation, the border bizarre trans stuff. These are winning issues. People are not in on that. And I think this election, we're going to look back on and there are going to be some important trends here that we saw, I keep saying the most important development in American politics since the election of Donald Trump is the move of Hispanic Americans towards the Republican Party. This is huge. The Democrats bet everything they put all their chips on having Hispanics is an obedient surf class that would obey the commands of liberal white overlords, apparently none of them have married Hispanic woman. Let me tell you. This is a huge, huge deal. And I am so excited that we've earned the trust of these faith flag and family folk who want nothing more than to work hard and succeed in America. And don't expect to be handed anything. And don't want to be handed anything and don't want to be used or have their kids used as some bizarre social experiments.

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Rebekah Koffler Discusses a New Generation of Warfare

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Rebekah Koffler Discusses a New Generation of Warfare

"Have run proof of concept, right? This is another one that I described in my piece on the Fox digital Fox News digital website. They paid attention, they being the Russian military strategist and planners to an event that actually occurred in the United States in 2001 around Baltimore where a train that carried hazardous materials had an accident. And what happened there was a spill and a flood, and then completely derailed the entire transportation corridor between Baltimore and New York for hours, but because of that, it wasn't just the train. It was communicated, telecommunications. It was it had cascading effect. And so this creature had and I said, wow, it doesn't take really much for the whole system to collapse. So that's the intent to do something like that. Well, it's declared if it's part of your doctrine, then it's not a secret, and I remember, my gosh, must have been 15 years ago, maybe 12 years ago, I think it was Estonia, a former Soviet republic that was taken by Stalin, was the first government in the world that went completely paperless. So they had a cyber government. There was no printing out of a gender meetings for the cabinet, the prime minister was very excited that it was the first IT paperless government and very soon after that happened. What happened? The system was hacked. Now who do we think hacked the former Soviet republic of Estonia that hates Russia? So

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Russell Wilson leads sloppy Broncos past Texans 16-9

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Russell Wilson leads sloppy Broncos past Texans 16-9

"The Broncos trudged their way to a 16 9 win over the Texans Russell Wilson overcame a slow start and a cascade of booze in his Denver debut He completed just 6 of his first 20 passes but he was four for four on Denver's go ahead scoring drive Capped by a 22 yard TD pass to Eric saubert I've won a lot of football games in my career in the National Football League and not every one of them is easy But all that matters at the end of the year is there's a W at the end of that column Wilson finished 14 of 31 for 219 yards The Broncos never allowed a TD forcing the Texans to settle for three field goals I'm Dave ferry

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The Benefits of a Narrow MAGA Majority vs. A Sweeping GOP Landslide

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 2 months ago

The Benefits of a Narrow MAGA Majority vs. A Sweeping GOP Landslide

"Boy did we get a reaction to our conversation yesterday. About going into the midterms, if we get a narrow maga majority, it actually might be better than a massive victory and we got a lot of response. Some people were very supportive of that. Other people were saying Charlie, I don't understand that at all. What do you mean we want to only win by a little and not win by a lot? I did my best to try to explain it, but on the program here is Matt Gaetz, who actually was the first one to convince me of this. We got in a rather, I don't want to say an argument, but let's say a spirited discussion backstage of our turning point of it in Tampa and he did convince me of this particular thing to convince me of all the things we were talking about, but we'll keep some of that private. And this was one of them, which is that if we actually want a Congress that will do something, then you want the margins to benefit the America first movement. So I'm going to let Matt articulate the argument, congressman Matt Gaetz, the great congressman Matt Gaetz, and then I'm going to play devil's advocate. Matt, welcome back to the program. Thanks so much for having me, Charlie. And I always enjoy our spirited discussions, especially in the rare case that I'm able to change your mind on something. I know you changed my mind about a lot of stuff. So the Dobbs decision. Definitely going to result in more life being protected and definitely going to result in a smaller Republican majority in the House of Representatives. And while every politician would love to win every election in every circumstance and I'm no exception to that, the impact of the Dobbs decision in both of those cases may end up being good for the country. Hear me out. I've been a part of big majorities. I've been a part of slim majorities and slim majorities are able to work more cohesively. For a few reasons. One, fewer mouths to feed. Fewer people that believe that they ought to be the brand carrier for a particular committee or the party or any other number of the endeavors that caucus engages in in the United States Congress. Second, fewer of these people who consider themselves the majority makers. I can't tell you after Donald Trump, drug all these people to victory on a bold maga agenda in 2016. How many of them got here and then said, oh, well, I'm one of the majority makers. So I have to be given a pass on this vote or I have to be given an opportunity to take a walk on that vote and be with the Democrats. And then next thing you know, you turn around and you're losing large chunks of your caucus and that cascades in a very negative way. If we were to have like a 6 or 7 seat majority, well then everyone's a majority maker. And then kind of in the same way, no one is.

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Recovery underway in South Korea's rain-hit capital area

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Recovery underway in South Korea's rain-hit capital area

"South Koreans are dealing with the aftermath of record breaking rainfall Clean up and recovery efforts have gathered pace in the greatest sole region as sky is clear after rain had unleashed flash floods and killed at least 9 people Key workers or sinkholes in an apartment neighborhood and remove flood damaged cars from a parking lot 7 people remain missing in the greatest sole area following the heavy rains that swamped the region on Monday and Tuesday turning streets into car clogged rivers sending floods cascading into subway stations triggering landslides that crashed into roads and buildings and displacing more than 1800 people from their homes I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

"Heavy rain has drenched South Korea's capital region leaving at least 8 people dead and others missing and turning the streets of one affluent sole district into a river Stranded partially submerged vehicles litter parts of Seoul while people with umbrellas weighed through the water in the heavy nighttime rain commuters slowly returned to work Tuesday morning after emergency crews worked through the night to clean up much of the mess but there were concerns about further damage as French rain is forecast for the second day in a row earlier commuters had evacuated as water cascaded down the stairs of one subway station like a waterfall and in a nearby city a rain weakened hillside collapsed into a university soccer field I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"So but he said that if Bitcoin still exists after this, it's going to be 6 figures. That's what he said. Now I will tell you zoltan is not a Bitcoin here. He is not, he is not all about promoting Bitcoin. He doesn't even really believe in it. It's just kind of this thing that's in the sphere, the political and geopolitical sphere of the currency wars now. And for him to say that, that it will be 6 figures if it simply still exists, which has been my motto my the lesson that I try to get through is that this whole thing is a game of survival. Can we keep a decentralized apolitical neutral currency that is global, sustained? Can we keep it safe? Can we protect it? Can we keep it alive? Because if it stays alive, it's going to be utterly massive. That's all it needs to do. Zoltan says that if Bitcoin adds a non Bitcoin, as somebody who's not even interested in doesn't even really think about it in the context of like, oh, this is a huge big thing that's the new Internet. No. Just looking at it from a currency perspective from on the global sphere, if Bitcoin still exists, it's going to be 6 figures. That's pretty cool. Just to hear him say that because of his perspective because of where he's coming from specifically. Okay, and then fidelity is doubling their digital asset team. They announced this. That's really cool. Cybersecurity firm octagon networks has adopted the Bitcoin standard. The entire balance sheet is converted into Bitcoin and they are accepting Bitcoin payments with a discount. That's crazy. Forgot about that. And you know, we're going to close this out, but the last thing I wanted to bring up, I wanted to save this one just for the end of the kind of finance and culture and market and everything.

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Remember? Yes. So is the 18th largest ecommerce ecommerce company in the world. So that's a pretty big deal, and Robinhood, which has allowed you to buy Bitcoin. Now lets you finally withdraw. And I think this is also kind of another element of showing the culture, the strength of the Bitcoin culture, is that not your keys, not your coins, and this is something that we need to double down on. We need to make sure that we ridicule and call scam on any institution that lets you buy Bitcoin and does not let you withdraw it. That is not Bitcoin. That is a shit coin. That is wrapped BTC. That is a shit coin called Bitcoin. It's not real, and we need to make that known because every single one of them, I don't care if it's on their road map. If it's not there yet, it's a scam. They're everyone's a scammer. They're selling you tokens that they want you to pay for at the price of Bitcoin. You don't know shit. There is no guarantee that they have that Bitcoin. And if they come in, not knowing the history, not knowing how many people have gotten burned, lost hundreds of millions, billions of dollars on exchanges that lie to them. On institutions that pretend that they can use, they can treat this just like Fiat and they can't. Well, then they deserve it. They deserve the ridicule they deserve to be shit on relentlessly until they have withdrawals. And that is what I think happened to Robin Hood. Maybe they were already always intending on doing that, but if they weren't, I like to think that the reason it happened is because of the amount of ridicule they received for selling paper Bitcoin in the place of real Bitcoin. The Robin Hood finally upgraded from straight scam to a really bad exchange that has screwed over its customers many, many times. But you can get your Bitcoin off of it. Congratulations, Robin Hood.

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

02:51 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"So this is like one of those things where you'll actually be able to show them in person using it at any location, looks like here. No, lightning is just available. You can just use it at these stores down the street, go use it, and it will feel more real to people. And I think when it enters that level of psyche, when it enters that level of prominence within the real world, it will seem less of this silly fake thing that's on the Internet and more of just this option that actually exists here and now in front of me. That's also why I think the next cycle the next the next growth phase of this thing is going to be utterly massive because I think it will be the institutional wave in earnest in combination with it entering the period where retail sees it, where it's like present in front of them it's not this weird online thing. It is this thing that happens at stores down the street in my personal life. I log off the Internet and I can walk around and it still just shows back up in front of me. In Morgan Stanley actually said, in the same kind of series of statements that the lightning network is actually specifically with sending small payments is more practical than debit cards. Now you and I know this, everybody who's used the lightning network and understands the economics, like how it actually works, knows that, you know, I can send a hundredth of a penny a thousandth of a penny over lightning, no problem. No issues whatsoever. You can't do that with debit cards. And what's funny is that it's not even economic for them to allow that. There would be no benefit what they would get is this massive data hog and potentially automated payments on this mass scale with no economic return. So their burden would grow massively, while never achieving any sort of value out of actually accomplishing that. There's no reason debit cards would ever attempt to do this. Or allow this to happen. Essentially, the fee structure in how they make money doesn't, they're just not compatible. But Morgan Stanley is essentially recognizing this. They see the fact that this is the case, they see lightning in action, and even though lightning still has, there's still plenty of things to fix. There's still lots of development left to have left to occur, a much like using an email or email address, running an email server, connecting to the Internet, took a modem. It was all pain in the ass in the mid 90s. Nonetheless, the writing was on the wall. It was clear what this thing could be. I think we're in that phase right now with Bitcoin and the lightning

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"But no matter what I am going to try to figure out how to just use lightning everywhere I go because that's just, it's so exciting to see that, you know, this is actually, this is actually happening. It's coming into brick and mortar stores. And we're talking about a growth in the network that can absolutely explode. In a matter of a month or two and lightning can actually handle it. As long as they build out the infrastructure ahead of time, we can put this in 80% of the stores, the brick and mortar stores in the U.S. in a matter of a month or two, and it will continue to work. It won't immediately get clogged and fees skyrocket and there's nowhere to go. Granted, there will obviously be growing pains, there will have to be new channels open on the network. There will be lots of liquidity changes, but the funny thing is is that that means that it immediately just becomes a market liquidity provision issue rather than a scaling issue. In some sense, those are the same thing because the liquidity provision allocation through channels is what is making the scaling occur. It's the actual occurrence of the scaling, but the technology in order to accomplish that scaling is already here. We have a hundred X, we have a we probably have a thousand X scaling technology stack on Bitcoin right now. We simply haven't utilized it. We haven't needed to actually implement the scaling because the network hasn't grown to that size yet. So we've got the infrastructure we've got the technology we've got the development. Now we need the users. That's where we are going into this phase. And that's also why I think this last bull run was kind of muted, so to speak in regards to previous bull runs is because there was never retail. This was not a retail bull market. It was kind of the beginning of an institutional bull market. And, you know, it makes perfect sense that that's going to be slower. Retail had a minor bubble in 2013 and 2014 era, like minor bubble. Minor bubble in the sense like it was obviously chaotic in the price and the price went absolutely nuts and 50 X or a hundred X or something in that time period. I don't remember exactly. But in the context of how well the retail market was aware of Bitcoin, it was a small portion. You know, it was like that first little hump into the retail market. And then 2017 was the retail market bubble for the recognition of Bitcoin and the crypto ecosystem. Like that's when it melted into the psyche of the average individual that this thing existed. It permeated everything 2017 was the retail bubble. This, I think, is more akin to the 2013. Like what happened in 2020 and 2021 is more akin to the retail bubble in 2013 and 2014, except that it's that small institutional hump. And what we've done is it's clearly Bitcoin is clearly defined. It is settled itself as a legitimate asset that is going to be part of the future financial and monetary system, and the major institutions the businesses and the infrastructure giants, the people who build this thing out and the energy giants, the energy infrastructure and producers are figuring out where it fits in.

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"So, you know, it's not, it's analogous to how a monetary unit or a monetary system comes about, except that the value element is not really, it's not inferred, so to speak, like it would be in a network in a network like the phone network or something, but it's an explicit thing. Like it's the token itself is or the value itself is the token is what the token is representing that you are trying to communicate. So it's the same, it's the same growth and maturation process of a protocol or a technology, a network technology on top of the economic network and the economic laws that coalesce the value medium, coalesce the communication standard down to essentially a single standard. So we are moving into phase two. When it comes to Bitcoin, we're moving into the medium of exchange phase. That is what I think the lightning network is, it's upgrading its maturing, Bitcoin, the asset into Bitcoin, the network stack. Into the set of protocols that fulfill the role of fulfill the service of money rather than merely the value defined, the value definition of a monetary good. So that's where we're starting. I want to start with merchant adoption with the cultural adoption and where things have changed over the past year. Now for those of you who don't know, well long before the lightning network, when Bitcoin was basically promoted as a decentralized peer to peer payment network that was going to scale globally or at least it's simply wasn't talked about that there was this extreme limitation. I mean, there obviously there was among bitcoiners. But there was this whole, you know, part of the ecosystem part of the retail excitement about Bitcoin that was just kind of ignoring that. You know, it was the satoshi dice age, which was just a gambling website. Where you were actually doing the gambling with transactions like on chain. So satoshi dice itself. It was like a bunch of microtransactions just like tiny transactions. And they would fill up blocks by themselves. And during that

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"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

06:13 min | 5 months ago

"cascade" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

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Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

"Hong Kong's deadliest corona virus outbreak is cost about six thousand lives this year and the city is now running out of conference the conference typically are wood or wood substitutes and there is a scramble to keep up with demand Albert Cole with the non profit funeral advisory group forget the not says some families are using eco conference they feel a little bit shameful to use it so called pay by cascade they fear that this is not it's not it's not respectful to the to Debbie loved ones co says the idea is to offer a more pleasant fare well without the fear of death we have over forty different designs covering different religions hobbies and also you know the color can be can be full of French Hong Kong is reported about two hundred corona virus deaths daily on average over the past week space constraints there make cremation a common burial practice I bet Donahue

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MLB players vote to end lockout and salvage season

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

MLB players vote to end lockout and salvage season

"Josh Rowntree there will be a major league baseball season the players voted Thursday to accept management's latest offer free new labor deal paving the way to end a ninety nine day lock out and salvage a one hundred sixty two game season the agreement calls for the luxury tax threshold the rise the minimum salary will increase a new fifty million dollar bonus pool was established for players not yet eligible for arbitration in the playoff field will expand from ten to twelve teams it was an emotional night in the NBA is Ben Simmons returned to Philadelphia to a cascade of boos Simmons however did not see the floor as he recovers from a back injury instead Kevin Durant poured in twenty five points as Brooklyn one one twenty

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 A separatist leader in eastern Ukraine announces evacuation of civilians to Russia amid soaring tensions

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

A separatist leader in eastern Ukraine announces evacuation of civilians to Russia amid soaring tensions

"Separatists in eastern Ukraine say the evacuating civilians to Russia as tensions spike in the region immediate worries now focus on the volatile front lines of Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the east where a surge of shelling on Thursday who's put communities on edge the separatist conflict between Ukrainian government forces on Moscow backed separatists erupted in twenty fourteen and has killed over fourteen thousand people so far a spokesman for one of the region's says women children and the elderly will be evacuated first and that Russia was prepared facilities to accommodate them the news all the evacuations is the latest in a cascade of developments this week the bold East West relations to their lowest point in decades I'm

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Government Tries to Blame Inflation Problems on 'Corporate Greed'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Government Tries to Blame Inflation Problems on 'Corporate Greed'

"Not only does the government lock the economy down at the state federal local level which enriches tech companies who take advantage of it making them wealthier while it makes the local mom and pops poorer Not only they imprint a lot of money causing an inflationary cascade which benefits rich people who have assets and screws over the poor So the government causes a crisis they pretend to solve by introducing what More government via the bill back worse plan at higher taxes to solve the problem they caused in the first place And to do it they're lying about what's causing the inflation crisis They're now blaming it on the corporations which is I mean to talk about temerity The ridiculous of this blaming corporations they are the greed the corporate greed is incredible So just to be clear corporate greed did not exist until Joe Biden got an office Just to be clear corporate greed was held in check under Donald Trump Reagan Bush even Obama but now with this inflationary cascade corporate greed did it corporate corporations only got greedy when Joe Biden got in office Nothing to do with the money printing right They're blaming corporations

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"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"The peak was ascended in nineteen eighteen during a mountaineers outing but they were likely preceded by prospectors and geological. Survey party led by louis c. Fletcher the st north face was first climbed in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by bruce garrett in jim langdon the forest is home to more glaciers and snowfields in any other national forest outside of alaska with more than eleven major glaciers. And i know this one. Because i wanted to do my crevasse rescue. Training like state is where you go. Yeah i mean either. Mount rainier or this national forest is where you're gonna find a lot of the glaciers in the us. Yeah they teach you for. It's pretty inexpensive. If outside of flying there a couple of hundred bucks for the whole weekend they'll teach you like self rescue from a crevasse via rope. Do sometime like how rope. And tethered each other and cross snowfield. Because we've talked about another episodes that some of the most dangerous things you can do is traversing snowfield on a glacier. Yeah so if. I knew how to do that. I'd feel much better when we go on foot through those so the climate the north cascades vary significantly by location and elevation the western slope of the rangers wet and cool with sixty two two hundred fifty inches of precipitation a year. This creates what is known as a temperate rainforest in the lower valleys. So if you've ever been to like the olympic national park area you'll you'll know exactly what we're talking about. Temperate forest a rainforest. It's very wet. It's very dense. Cool places to hike. I've only seen pictures. I want to go so bad that lush green like i think the image on the back of our logo is a picture from in that region. The united states pretty certain it is so green and beautiful summers are generally drier than winters with warmer eastern aaron cooler western air meeting over the cascades to form thunderstorms the eastern slope lows a rain shadow since much of the moisture. Coming from the west is blocked. Creating semi-arid eastern lowlands as ovation rises so does the precipitation which leads to massive snowfall in glaciation at higher levels vascular vesper peak is six thousand two hundred twenty thousand feet not super tall. The peak offers gentle south Gentle south and east slopes with sheer with a sheer north face. So it's easy to go up to the south and east side north face i'm guessing is more for climbers and it's pretty popular for technical mountain climbing from all the research. I did so okay. Or if you don't wanna do that it's it's still a kind of technical hike to get to the top but it's not an easy hike any stretch of the imagination. But it's definitely doable. Okay so the entire force consists of five six thousand foot mountains in the south and seven eight thousand foot mountains. Sorry my bad on the notes so the forest is generally the mountains in the south are five to six thousand feet range and as you can north us seven eight thousand people. You just got off wikipedia. It's like yes we did. Well i put a lot of this. From the forest service to the force is home to two volcanoes mount baker ten thousand seven hundred and eight hundred feet in glacier peak at ten thousand five hundred twenty five feats.

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"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"What's up everybody and welcome back to another episode of locations unknown. I'm your co host. Joey rondo and with me as always is a guy who can count to infinity twice. Mike van bogart thanks joanne. Thank you once again to everyone. That's tuned in joan ivan off the air for a few weeks here. But we're we're back in the saddle and ready to go so not a lot of updates this episode. So we're going to get right so the patriots supporters shoutouts. I'd like to thank cassandra. Mccurry stacey kate eileen dellwo. I'm richard tippit said. It's eileen wu delarue. Sorry eileen you're probably wrong. Marissa tippett's a june from the murders mysteries and meows. Podcast ashley. Holt and elizabeth barney and this like to give a special episode shoutout to elizabeth barney for recommending this case and also providing some kind of local descriptions of the exact trail that sam went missing on and i was joking with everyone. We were chatting back and forth. She may have to become our pacific northwest local expert because she's hiked and climbed a lot of places around the north cascades. That's awesome off ever on the show. Yeah so that's all. I have anything from you. Joe we'll get right into it all right all right everybody gear up and get out to explore locations unknown august. I twenty eighteen. Twenty eight year old set off on a solo hike vesper peak in the remote wilderness of the north cascades in washington state as an experienced hiker was hike this rob multiple times. It should have been a routine day hike however she was never heard from or seen again. This launched one of the largest search and.

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"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on Locations Unknown

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Economists Blame Spreading Delta Variant for Weaker-Than-Expected Jobs Report

NPR News Now

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Economists Blame Spreading Delta Variant for Weaker-Than-Expected Jobs Report

"The labor department says many fewer jobs were created during august. compared to june july. The agency released its latest report on employment today. Two hundred thirty five thousand jobs were created last month. Hundreds of thousands of jobs fewer than in prior months. Stan stovall is with. Cf are a research. He says economists think that the spreading delta variant of the corona virus kept people away from jobs Many people are worried are therefore staying away from either jobs or outside activities etc which either has a direct or a cascading effect on employment. The unemployment rate dipped in august. Two five point. Two percent

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New York City Is an Embarrassment

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

New York City Is an Embarrassment

"New york city today where there was just an extraordinary weather event. An event that people in texas and florida pretty well used to but not new york not this these kinda rains last night and this kind of flooding which resulted in the deaths of at least nine new yorkers who were trapped in their basements trapped in their homes Just a terrible weather event here in the city of subway stations with water cascading down. You know the dirty little secret about new york is the infrastructure is pretty bad. The roads terrible here the The city is has been you know built over and over and over again. There are layers and layers of of of of street and sidewalk and buildings that have been raised and then reconstructed and re. It's awful here Last night today Thankfully the storm is over and conditions are Are dry again. But lots of Lots of damage done. It is pretty fascinating though that for the taxes. That new yorkers pay you would think this would be a gleaming shining city on a hill for the taxes that new yorkers are socked with some of the highest most confiscatory tax rates in the on the planet. You would think that this city would run like all. I don't know dallas. I was in the dallas fort worth area last week. I thought man. The highways here are so smooth and efficient. Construction is beautiful. The infrastructure is fantastic in many ways. New york city is an embarrassment.

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When Is It Time for Women to Consider Taking Estrogen Replacements?

Ask The Health Expert

02:14 min | 1 year ago

When Is It Time for Women to Consider Taking Estrogen Replacements?

"You have your diet really dialed in Really important so you're getting good sleep you're matching your thyroid's working while your diet is dial you've done the verge diet figure out hidden thomas. You brought that information your everyday life. You've done the sugar impact. I to lower your sugar impact become a fat-burner and now you're adding in some intermittent fasting. You know what normal feels like for you right now right. You've got that new normal you've incorporated in some fido estrogen foods. Tahini garbanzo flax. You're eating a really good healthy diet because you love yourself. Then at that point. Oh and you've optimize your vitamin d. Which is the pro hormone at the top of the cascade at that point then you start to look at. How do i feel at this point. However my blood markers one of the challenges for women are estrogen. Go-slow is a couple things go go sideways. Low estrogen impacts your bone your brains and your heart women die of heart disease more than anything else so what you wanna see. Where are you now. You know what's going on with your heart where what's your cholesterol levels. All the different markers for good cardiovascular health homocysteine. ldl hdl looking at particle size number looking at l. p. little a super important one by brennan. John's you're looking at all of those looking at blood sugar and insulin. You're looking at your brain function. Meaning if you walk into a room and go. Why the heck am i here probably have a little brain fog right and then also you get into bone density test. That's important fish oil and sacks can help with bone remodeling so that's can be helpful so you're looking at all those aspects. You're going all right. How am i doing here and if you're not doing well that's a time to really look at doing hormone replacement. Therapy in the window is not white here. You can't you can't go into post menopause and then decide five years later. You gonna do that so you really have to be looking at this as you're going through and working with the functional medicine doctor to look at the bio identical how you're going to Optimize them and how you gonna cycle them. And what's important here is. You'll have the lab tests which will also have how you feel. That's why you've got so no in your skin. How you feel. What feeling good feels like so that you can use the least amount to get the most the best effect real

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6 Unvaccinated Florida Church Members Die of Covid Within 10 Days, Pastor Says

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

6 Unvaccinated Florida Church Members Die of Covid Within 10 Days, Pastor Says

"I want you to hear from news. Four jax this is from jacksonville. Florida and this is a report about a ghastly loss of life in one particular church community impact. Certain arlington says six of its members have from cova nineteen in just the last ten days other church members are battling the virus in the hospital tonight. News for jackson. Puerto marilyn parker joins us in the newsroom. After speaking with a senior pastor. Bishop george davis maryland. Do the members believe they got the virus at church. No the pastor says he certain after speaking with those family members that they contracted the virus somewhere else now the church is pushing to get as many people vaccinated as possible a swarm of covert nineteen cases reported inside the jacksonville impact. Church senior pastor. George davis says his phone hasn't stopped ringing in the last ten days we have had six Members of our church who have passed away from covert for them were under laid. Thirty five all of them were healthy and the only thing they had in common that he to them were not vaccinated. He says fifteen to twenty members or in the hospital another ten or so at home with the virus and three to five vaccinated members also tested positive. Pain how these are actual people that i know that i've pastored that one twenty four year old kid. I've known him since he was a toddler. Davis says it was late in july when they learned member tested positive he says from then it's been a cascade of additional cases those who passed. He says warning in the hospital long before they went terminal during church services. They require masks. The auditorium is thoroughly cleaned. In between services they practice social distancing and offer hand sanitizers davis pushing to get more people vaccinated the lionel progress around here tables here where they'll have a chance to actually register held a vaccine event in march where he says they vaccinated about eight hundred people with the surge in that community and inside the church holding another event. All i know is my heart. Passion is to help the people that i'm called to

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Rumblings Among Democrats That They're Screwed for 2022 Midterm Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Rumblings Among Democrats That They're Screwed for 2022 Midterm Elections

"There's some rumblings up on Capitol Hill amongst the Democrats, who are starting to freak out. The rumblings are that they are about to get destroyed in 2022 in the midterms. I mean, lose every string swing district lose pretty much every Senate seat that's competitive, maybe even lose semi competitive Senate seats, and the route could filter down to the Virginia governor's race and elsewhere. Where racist what they thought were solidly democratic that are off your elections. They're not Virginia and New Jersey have off year elections, but they're hearing up on Capitol Hill and this should make you smile. Little bit. No, no, no reason to get complacent. We gotta double down now. But I'm hearing that up on Capitol Hill. The Democrats are in meltdown panic right now because they feel like this could be such a brutal drubbing that it will cascade for years. The damage about to be done to them in the midterms. It's for a lot of reasons. It's not just their peer fear. Porn panic panic Campaign for coronavirus. It's their relentless pursuit of racism with CRT CRT trying to teach your kids to be raised. Just it's it's their open borders crusade infected people piling across the southern border 900% increase over 14 months, no rules whatsoever, spreading them out all over the place. Illegal immigrants all over the United States. It's the crime wave happening in liberal cities. The Democrats are about to get destroyed. They know it. So reason number one. They're turning up the fear porn campaign again to make you scared. Absent any significant data to show you you should be scared they're making it up is because they need to fear porn. Cheat in 2022. Yep, I said it. That's right. They scare you guys in the studio. Okay, there. You ready for that? That's right. Did they want to cheat in 2022? How do they cheat energy the same way they cheat all the time.

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"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

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"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"I didn't linger the lake as was my plan but instead headed back determined to find out what al court was doing in the cascades i turned up. The logging road like vehicle had taken an idol of to a high metal gate with the security booth. When i came to stop a guard walked up. I roll down my window. He was pleasant but firm. This was private property. And i needed to turn around. I responded that. I had a podcast and i was a reporter and had seen to al court truck. Turn this way a half truth. I do have a podcast. Obviously and i had seen the al court vehicle hadn't been a reporter in over thirty years to my great relief. He handed me a car with the phone number before repeating that. I needed to turn around now. I turned around and headed immediately back home. I punched up the number from the car to my cell phone and was able to make an appointment for two or the facilities. I'll i was excited. At the thought of cryogenics. I was wondering why allowed so far up in the mountains one on the appointed day. I drove up to the gate. The gar photocopied. My driver's license copied down the license plate number of my truck. I was directed to stay on the dirt track until it became paved. And at that point i would see an office on my left eye was to park there and go in the front door. After a lengthy description of what cryogenics was i was taken down the hall and led into a room with a giant fish tank on a table centrally located much. Pride tour guide broke down the history and travels of the fish explaining that it was three hundred seventy eight years old. The tour guide held the door. So i could re enter the hall but i was immediately. Hustled back into the room coming down the hall. I had a glimpse of short japanese man. Shoulder-length black hair wearing a hospital gown with white coated man on either side one pushing up wheeled. Ib tower with the two that ended in the japanese mass arm. I told a tour guide. What i had seen and ask about the man. She responded that this was also a medical clinic. Once home i call several. Doctors administered over small hospital to see what i could find out about the mountain clinic. No one had any knowledge of such clinic. Now i was really curious. Decided to take another tour my call the number on the card. The phone was answered by a little teen. Asian female voice. That told me they were a research and development hub of cryogenics and that they didn't give tours. I didn't tell her that. I'd already taken it to her. While i had around the clinic or whatever was was be a lamp land management open to the public. It was getting late. Swipe decided that i would take a little hike. Do a little bird watching the next morning. I didn't see any eagles or hawks. But i did see a long haired japanese matt drawing an eight foot ball on a target about fifty feet away. Iheart back to my truck and drove home. Not sure what to think my producer podcast on ghost towns and worked.

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"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to true mr. The pacific northwest stories of strange and unexplained people places and events often lost in the midst of time. I'm your host. Ken chrome. I need to apologize for monday. We had a power outage was due to the heat both in ashland or the rogue valley at actually reached up here in affected the night. Owl sound studio in the cascades. Where i record my podcast at any rate. If you've been listening to this podcast for any length of time you'll know originally. It was true mysteries of the pacific northwest and was hosted by high remark them. He retired and i stepped in and took over. I converted it to kits myths and mysteries which was worldwide and only recently. Did i go back to true mysteries of the pacific northwest. But i was going through my stories my myth and mystery stories and came up with something that i had almost forgotten to is really strange but in the pacific northwest. And that's where. I began the myth and mystery. I present on this podcast. Entra mysteries have ranged location for the united states to the other side of the world. Research may be as simple as an email or phone call but there are a few stories that take hours and hours of research so far. The most demanding research involved the disappearance of boy from his arizona home in front of twenty two witnesses who found him fifteen hundred miles distant tennessee just three days later. I call story where to go. Today's podcast is from the myth and mystery files and occurred. Just a few miles from where i live in the southern cascade mountain range and this occurred actually some time ago but still spooky before i relate the events to a story that has kept me up nights. I need to lay out some great background. That will provide a point of reference for my thinking. I is the topic of flash freezing. It was one thousand nine hundred thousand. Four clarence birdseye created flash freezing. A process still used today on many of the vegetables. You find in the supermarket but it was bird size knowledge that was sought out. When in the nineteen thirties carcass of a woolly mammoth was unearthed with identifiable stomach remains and well preserved bones and tusks research conducted. By the bird's eye frozen foods company led by bird's-eye himself calculated sudden fall to below one hundred below one hundred degrees below zero and that was responsible for the intact remains the second aspect of the background necessary to today's mystery or podcast involves research project by a group of japanese paleontology students from the university of tokyo. Wanna root for the fame bullet train that would go from killed. Oh to tokyo was being surveyed..

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"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

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"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"So i'm thinking about somebody who has admitted to hospital in. A medication was started on discharge or started by specialist at the family. Doctors know about and how feasible it is for them to keep track of which doctor prescribes which medication but probably useful for them to do that. Right yeah i. I hear what you're saying. We obviously have systems to do this. We have electronic systems that we can use and we should use for this purpose as well. But i do think it's helpful for patients to have that information wherever it is feasible. Because they're often the ones that know a lot of this background information you know why it was started in when in the circumstances and so i think it is really important for them to see that and also when we think about prescribing cascades. They often happen in my view. When care becomes a little bit fragmented shall we say so for example one of the ones that we talked about a lot or early on we wrote about that i thought was important. Was the use of coal industries inhibitor. Medications for the management of for dementia and one of the complications related to that is that people often developed urinary incontinence. But it would happen. You know down the road you know months down the road but what might happen. An individual would be referred to a urologist to have that evaluated and so they were sort of. You know somewhat outside of the of the initial decisions around the therapies and they may go on and Suggest investigations and further drug treatment without it necessarily going back in time back necessarily to the medications and so it's it's important that sort of this sequence of events is always brought back and brought to people's attention because i think these prescribing. Huskies are more likely to happen. When it's it's different settings and involve settings of care and different prescribers also involved in the process so it is complicated. But i think there are things that we can do to help prevent them and when they're identified to make sure that Where it makes sense that they're reversed now if it if physicians done their detective or can they've identified a prescribing cascade in patients determining that the symptoms are in fact in advance reaction to prescribe drug. What's the next thing they should do. Well i think that the first step is i think they need to recognize it and they need to sign what the appropriate approach might be so in some cases it may make sense that they recognize it. But it's something that they decide that they need to continue with. In in other cases it may be that they can take other options to sort of minimize the side effects. So for example. If we're looking at the one. I just mentioned about colon. Ashtrays inhibitors leading to incontinence. You know the decision might be around the use of the cholesterol inhibitors. Did it provide benefit and if it was providing benefit. Then maybe the decision would be that. Therefore we will treat the incontinence. And that's going to be how we're going to focus our management but it if it wasn't providing the benefit that you wanted then people may go back in question the need for the original drug. So i think physicians have to take the information and then customize it to what the best approach and answer is for that individual so in the case that You mentioned earlier around the idea of an end. Say being used to treat some. Let's say some knee discomfort you. Would you could look at that. And if a person was on an end say for this neatest comfort ended up getting some hypertension report on an anti hypertensive and you look at that scenario and you said goodness That knee discomfort could be managed with the non pharmacologic approach. Maybe it was exercise or something like that..

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"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"That may cars potential harm. So that's an example. A non-surgical anti-inflammatory drug leading to hypertension. And therefore the initiation of anti hypertensive i think is an example. That is one of the common ones and you can imagine the that could be the result of prescribed medication or it could potentially be something taken over the counter. Yeah imagine that is very common. So what's the best way for physicians to prevent prescribing cascades in the first place. Well i think when when you're thinking about Prescribing you know. I think you always need to think about when you're starting the drug is you know. Is this drug needed at all. So if you're if you're thinking about somebody showing up for example wisdom. Something like arthritis comfort is possible that you could think about a non pharmacologic approach so that would be an obvious sort of place that you might wanna start but if you are thinking about starting a drug therapy you obviously want to pick something that has the fewest potential side effects associated with it and using the lowest dose that you potentially need to do so. That's sort of one of the things that you might be doing going forward but if you're thinking about the the prescribing cascade and when you're looking at a person who's in front of you and you're you're thinking about their medications. I think it's important to sort of stop and always sort of look at the medications and you know wonder if these potentially could be leading to prescribing cascade. And if they are you would the way you might identified as understanding the sequence of events that has developed in terms of how that came to be. And then you'd have to ask you know. Take a look at the initial medication like for example in this case the inside and you might ask first off. Do they need that medicine. Is it something that they need it. All could there be non pharmacologic approach could the dose be lowered or another therapy. That could be used instead that wouldn't result in such a prescribing cascade..

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"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"cascade" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"Of older adults cold. A prescribing cascade is important for physicians to be aware of although it's not always easy to detect. I'm dr patrick. Executive editor for the canadian medical association journal today. I'm talking to dr paula. Rochon who is one of the office of the image a practice ought to cold five things to know about prescribing cascades in older adults police geriatrician at women's college hospital and the arts. Yo chair in geriatric medicine at the university of toronto. I've reached her today wrong. Sir hello cola lou. How are you. I'm great thanks for joining me today. Disarray really interesting problem. So can you stop. I telling us what is prescribing cascade. exactly well prescribing. Cascade is something that i i saw in clinical practice when i was working as geriatrician in the long term care setting and it occurs when a drug therapy is prescribed when a side effect later develops and as a result of that. The provider prescribes additional medications to treat that side effect without realizing that. It's a related to an earlier medication and this in turn puts the individual at risk for further drug related problems complications. What are some noteworthy examples that you have seen perhaps in clinics well i. I've seen a number of them. And i think when i go back to when when i started recognizing this problem i remember again in the long term care setting being asked to see an older woman who at that time had what was recurrent and very painful gout known as you can imagine. That's not a pleasant sort of thing to have and after going through medications it it looked like perhaps this gout was being triggered by a diuretic therapy that she was being given to treat some very mild leg. Dima you know so. She had a bit of swelling at her physician. Would head started her. On a diuretic to treat that swelling and by figuring this out. And i must say it wasn't something that i figured out immediately. It took a while before we sort of saw this pattern. We realize that this was really a prescribing cascade. And when we were able to recognize it we were able to stop the diabetic and were able to prevent the further episodes of gout developing. And you know we were able to find other ways to treat on the idea that she had. That didn't involve a medication. So it is kind of interesting because the fact that this person was in long term care meant that it was somebody that we were able to see over time and to be able to see this develop but it. It did bring to my attention the fact that the sequences often not recognize. Because it's something that develops in weeks and months and people might often say oh in an older person. Perhaps a little bit of swelling might not be unusual so they may think it's it's age related and just dismiss it and it's also not really recognized as something that would necessarily be drug related so people don't really make the connection. But i guess when you see people over time and you had a chance to look for patterns. That's where things like. This became apparent. So i'm curious you said it took a little while to figure it out and it seems to me like you need to be bit of detective. So how did you manage to figure it out will in this particular case. I think i saw that individual more than once. You know I must say before. I was able to identify that sequence but it makes you realize that really important to always look at medications which is something i think especially people working with older people know it's really important to look at medications and it's important to look at the sequence of things In terms of the way they're prescribed because that gives you a clue you know. What were you on first. Then what happened..

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"cascade" Discussed on KOMO

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06:59 min | 2 years ago

"cascade" Discussed on KOMO

"In the lowlands but tight, heavy snow across the mountain passes and even into the Cascade foothills in a few spots. Tomorrow morning, we could see eight inches of new snow across to call me pass and up to a foot across Steven. So it's gonna be a stormy night ahead in the Cascades in the couple of incentive turns on come on news for your real life and real future. Tom and Donna are talking real money. Speaking of Communist threat, I fascinating. I'm reading the exact opposite. I'm reading the latest biography of Hitler. Yeah. Exactly Fascinating. Talk about hating communism. There you go. Uh, I am not making a political comment it all I am merely reading that book. 855935 talk is our phone number, But you just go ahead. Make your little comment. Well, my comment is as follows. Number one number one. I mean, because there's always comes up right? New party. Whatever. They're going to change everything. They're going to raise taxes. Gonna increase regulation center. What do I do? Nothing because be honest with yourself. Are they going to come in and just be able to write a check to fix do things the way they want? That's not gonna happen. Even if they even if the demos win the Senate, right there's still gonna be some balanced. All this number two The changing presidential all that stuff in the big picture. Doesn't really matter that much. No, actually, they're big doesn't mean I've invested a ton of research a ton of research into the impact of presidential elections. As a matter of fact, we did a class on this. Yeah, a few months ago, and there is no evidence that a change in the political climate of the presidential political or the congressional political climate by the way. Neither of those switching from Democrats or Republicans, the Republicans, the Democrats, neither have had any impact on the economy that can be measured anywhere anywhere or the stock market or the stock market either one right? I mean, so I would invest the same way moving forward as I did in the past, important to remember That We The the economy and the stock market or driven by Millions and millions of individual decisions that happened independent of any politician. Any government official anywhere they happen independent of those people. Elbows, and we've certainly seen that this year. They can impact them a little. But we're Don't worry so much. I think that's I think that's good philosophy. Always Look on the bright side of life. Oh, no, no, no. Come on, better days are ahead. I choose to walk on the sunny side of the street, Always I love that song. Anyway. You want another question? I got what least didn't I got? Yeah. I got one. Somebody typed in, okay? I don't know if you can answer this one, though. A little afraid. I don't know why the numbers you could still call it gave the number 855935 talk. 855 call. Get right on. Go ahead. Uh, this the subject is best Vanguard fund to invest in four mildly aggressive growth. I've listened to show for a while now, and I'm ready to test the waters of investing. Ready. I'm five years out from retirement and have 20 K 5 years from retirement. Just get ready to test the waters. I've got 20 cages sitting in a money market at 200.6%. Hey, that's pretty good for a money market When you factor in inflation. I'm losing money. Yep. Where do I need to look for mildly aggressive growth? I appreciate your efforts regarding this question. Now, Tom I feel there's a lot between the lines here. Well, No, I don't think there's anything between lies. It's very simple Know there is one thing I would go in and on the Vanguard Balanced index fund and get on with it. One far that was 60% in stocks. 40% in bonds. Moderate growth, some volatilities but for somebody who's never done this before, I think that's a good place to start that. But please mention That vert This versus a money market fund. Well, okay, there's gonna be volatility there. This committee. I mean, because that fund was probably down. You know? 18 20% in the spring? Probably. Yeah. And in 2008. It was like 30% lost 35 55% of be aware that that can happen and that you can't catch it before it does it or even while it's and we're not even we even we will not announce it prior to the fall. 855935 talker Center, questioning at talking real money dot com and Hannah is on the phone. Hi, Hannah. Welcome to talking real money. Hi. I just have a question about the I mean the stability. Um So so then he has, um government treasurers, Bum found and also The total bound market index from so with these two found, how do I consider to choose which one to invest? Well, I mean again in today's world, I think it's okay to own the Fidelity Total Bond fund. You're going to have More than half of your money committed to us government bonds. The balance will be in corporate securities and might be some mortgage back some other type of stuff in there. That is, some some would call it government but anyway I think that's a reasonable approach today. I mean, there's a little more risk to that Hannah than just being in the government securities because Some of those corporate bonds may have more volatility to bring out what's going on. Here's the difference one. The bond index is going to pay you more. Because it's in risky your bonds. But in a Treasury fund, you cannot have a default. You cannot have a bond that goes from value $1000 to $0. It's not gonna happen. In a corporate bond fund. It can, however, the credit quality of the bonds in the Fidelity Total bond index product are Very high. You do have some of slightly lower quality, but the massive diversification will save you. But Tom's right, though the real issue is going to be that additional volatility and that's the trade off for the higher yield. So the decision you have to make is do I want it absolutely safe at a lower yield, or do I want to make a little bit more and take Reasonable risk. And by the way, and it is not an either or proposition you could happen one half in the other. Make your own bond index. There's just heavily weighted to government. They're very low cost, and you're getting really great diversification. So I can I should he have e.

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