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"concent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"David Weston President Biden is about to announce a series of steps the government is taking to maximize protections against the spread of the over crown variant including efforts at the border to keep the virus out of the country wherever we can We welcome back now Michael chertoff he's former secretary of Homeland Security He is cofounder of the chertoff group So Michael thank you so much for being back with us I mean you had responsibility for that border security Give us a sense of the responsibility we're putting on the shoulders of people like at TSA and for that matter on our border with Mexico or border with Canada Well I mean I think that obviously there's going to be a new set of requirements I think at least discuss the possibility requiring testing within a day before you come into the United States I think be sure to check in at the border in terms of whether people have a randomized testing or temperature or things of that sort So there will be an operational change that will have to go into effect Now this has happened before and we've dealt with it But it forced a little bit of a shakedown that's required to get everybody up to speed on new protocols to make sure they're properly equipped And of course if the land borders you get a lot of pressure because there you've got a huge volume of people and that means you've got a lot of additional folks you have to test or evaluate Well talk about the landlord just for a moment Michael because we do hear I've heard on this program several times and I must say often it's from Republican lawmakers saying part of the problem with the pandemic actually is that border with Mexico There's a fair amount of disease coming across the border Do we know if that's true I don't really know that that's true I mean it reminds me of people saying that oh the border of Mexico is in vehicle or an avenue for a lot of terrorists which turned out not to be true In fact if we've gotten terrorists coming their first land border it is typically been from Canada not So I think that gets swept up in politics I don't think there's a particularly high level of disease coming from Mexico But again you know you have to look at all the borders landscape and air if you're going to take a comprehensive approach So Michael we're going to the holiday season Obviously unfortunately we're going to be focused once again on COVID and particularly as overcome variant But give us a sense of what other security risks that might be heightened during this holiday season One of the risks which will continue in terms of cybersecurity as more of a Civil War remotely we've been using our devices on the network Many of those devices are not particularly well protected And he's become avenues for people to engage in cyberattacks But beyond that we've seen a dramatic increase in ransomware we've seen a tax on healthcare systems Colonial Pipeline other kinds of critical infrastructure and I have every reason to believe that may continue And that's going to require a strategic change in terms of how we look at cybersecurity both from the government and from the private sector I know the government now is focusing on upping the game in terms of defending critical infrastructure And I expect with in very short order we're going to see some additional new steps taken to make sure we are protecting ourselves against not only criminal groups but frankly geopolitical adversaries like Russia and Iran And we had that spate of incidents including pipelines and things like that A lot of ransomware attacks They seem to have died down a good deal Is that because we're doing a better job I don't think that you dive down frankly I think maybe they paused a little bit We are doing somewhat of a better job I know the TSA for example put out rules with respect to pipelines that increase their cybersecurity capabilities But I wouldn't count on this coming away And in fact there was a story reported recently in the news about the Iranians attacking their major healthcare system in Israel So this is going to be with us for some time And particularly as matters heat up with Russia and Ukraine we may wind up hearing some affects of that in terms of cyber disruption aimed at distracting the United States from being too engaged in what's going on in Europe Mister secretary tickets back into your old job for a moment because there are various instance we had that terrible incident with the walker shook holiday parade with the motorists who drove through the prey We also have all of these apparently organized smash and grab it and what you call it thieves sort of breaking into stores in Northern California At what point does that become a Homeland Security issue rather than simply a local law enforcement issue Well I think certainly if you're dealing with an organized group particularly when it's motivated by terrorism does become a Homeland Security issue I don't know that there was concent case was a terrorist issue sure I think it may have been somebody involved in criminal activity fleeing and trying to distract and these efforts to engage in smash and grab alluding in California against humanely criminal What I do think we see there was a phenomenon in which as someone carries out for example a series of criminal acts others watch it and they start to imitate it And this is really a challenge for social media whether these platforms are not becoming vehicles for inciting bad behavior on the part of those who watch it succeed and go well I'm going to do this too And then this we're going to need to take a closer look at how do we work with social media to make sure you're not becoming incendiary tools in promoting criminality and violence And you raise such an interesting point I mean obviously you were a lawyer youth attorney a Court of Appeals judge of the third circuit And as you know well and criminal law conspiracies are worse than individuals acting So some of this is the organization involving other people whether it's internationally in a terrorist group or homegrown Can you compare the risk of international terrorism as opposed to just homegrown terrorism that's organized Well right now we've actually done a good job over the last 20 years and protecting our country against international terrorists coming in from overseas over another part of the world And that's the data to a lot of the very fine work done by the folks in the border When you're dealing with homegrown terrorism there's no border It's right next door And I think that's why we're seeing an increase in the homegrown terrorist acts where there is a tax on religious institutions or things in schools is firing in many cases by the Internet but sometimes just generated And that's much harder to deal with because it's low profile There's usually not a lot of planning communication and the intelligence agencies are much more eliminated in their ability to examine intelligence domestically than is the case overseas because we do have certain constitutional protections And that's why the issue of homegrown terrorism violence is going to require much more engagement by local law enforcement and even by local communities who have to be willing to speak up when they see a threat rising in the neighborhood If you see something say something I guess is what that is Thank you so much mister secretary for being back with us That is Michael chertoff He's former U.S. secretary of Homeland Security and author of exploding data reclaiming our cybersecurity in the digital age Coming up.
"concent" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast
"You could buy so. It's sort of like cds and sweets and like home ware and just so it was like walmart is walmart sells actual food. You do grocery shopping. Won't call them. Yeah yeah you can't do. You grocery couldn't do grocery shopping. A wolfson this shop. It was everywhere. Every town had a woolworths and it didn't really serve eddie purpose but it could just exist. Wolves just exist that no already tonight. Lead aren't just remember. The credit crunch happening thousand eight and just all of a sudden things couldn't just existed him on the high street. You can have city shop like wars that just existed. Seventy pope shop there really felt like innocence was lost as a twelve yard at time. That all these silly things that could just be. Could it just be anymore. Finger only really be and fried if it said the direct purpose and all of a sudden these shops we just closing left present. I come from a very small town. And before two hundred eight those a chocolate shop in my town short but just sold fancy chocolate and this is a small town like had no reason to have fancy chocolate shop but it could because the woke could support silly things like that and the recession took away. It took away their innocence. And i remember. I have two older brothers day could so easily walk into jobs when they tend sixteen eighteen whatever they got jobs straight off the bat. But a time i was sixteen and they just want enough jobs going on. I interviewed for so many places. I just couldn't get a job like i. Just remember the world becoming very unfair off the at least my specif- anyway get more unfair and harda announcement from the twelve year old to a fourteen year old. It definitely became a lot more gated. Yes gauges the word for. Yeah all of a sudden things just you can just walk into places and exists. Just things tougher and as i've got older To grasp at day one who feel expanded well there but mawson your common is always very profound pulled out the best in us and on next. Message concent- sam just and they said in the year two thousand. I was ten years old a move from toronto to boca raton in palm beach county. I've many clear memories from the fallout of the election. I remember listening. To the scotus case. On the radio i get most of my news is still one of those consequential moments in recent american history. So i'm not as clued up. Say india two thousand dollars about four or five years old so this stateside. But i know i know. The blodget cross strokes of the controversy of this election. You'd feel as any explain your space on this. So i was thirteen years old november of two thousand and i remember this election very well and for those of you that were not old enough or don't remember if you're in the united states we kinda hard to imagine you couldn't remember because it was such a thing..
"concent" Discussed on Stadtrat Aktuell
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"concent" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
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"concent" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"On this after this break. Up Thirty W I. Mark belling late afternoon. Show have my hands on the ruling the justice. Should this afternoon the concentrate? Supreme Court striking down specifically. The order issued by health and Human Services Secretary or how services secretary. Andrea POB that put in place all of these rules that restrict the activities of Wisconsin. It's I'm going to share with you and we're doing this a little bit on the fly from the ruling that was authored by Chief Justice Pat Rogan sack. I let me give you the help. Pay Your bills cash contest state. State, word remember there's no rush on this. If you want to hear my reading of some of the components of the rolling like you haven't till six, o'clock detects the word and just remember the word, it's home, H., o., m. e. home anytime between now and six texts that into two, hundred, two hundred. You get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply. In this nationwide contest I'm now going to quote the rulings very long as one hundred sixty one pages, and it includes that descend. But I've gotta read from early out of the ruling again authored by the chief justice. We conclude that emergency order twenty. Eight is a rural under the controlling precedent of this court, and then they sight a precedent, which is for those of your lawyers, citizens for sensible zoning INC versus DNR, and therefore is subject to statutory emergency rulemaking procedures established by the legislature. Emergency Order Twenty eight is a general order of general application within the meaning of his concent- statutes. because. Let me, read this. There's some Gobbledygook in here. According to the rulemaking procedures of Wisconsin, statutes, they were required to be followed during the promulgation of order twenty eight, because they were not emergency order twenty twenty-eight is unenforceable. Furthermore Wisconsin Statutes require that emergency. Order Twenty. Eight be promulgated using the procedures established by the legislature for rulemaking, if criminal penalties were to follow as we fully explained below. Because Palm did not follow the law and creative order twenty-eight, there could be no criminal penalties for violation of her order. The procedural requirements if Wisconsin Statutes must be followed. Because they safeguard all people. We do not conclude the palm was without any power to act in the face of this pandemic, however palm, and again that's everts his health services secretary, who or issued the order, however Powell must follow the law that is applicable to statewide emergencies. We further conclude that palms order confining all people to their homes, forbidding travel and closing businesses exceeded the Statutory Authority under Wisconsin Statutes upon which palm claims to rely. The order then goes on and deals with the background of the case and so on and. As I, said a very very long order and discusses all of the things that the. Rule from Secretary Palm. Came up with I'm now going to get into the area where they discuss the overview of the case, review this controversy now under our original jurisdiction founded the Wisconsin Constitution, and then they state the reason that they have the right to go into this in. The dispute in this case involves whether the secretary designate dhs. Val Services issued an order in violation of the laws of Wisconsin in order that impacts every person of Wisconsin as well as persons who come into Wisconsin. In every non essential business. Exercising original jurisdiction is appropriate in this case. Palm has contended the legislature does not have standing to invoke our original jurisdiction for these claims they then go on to make the case that the Supreme Court ruling does that they do have the standing to be able to rule in this case, the crux of the legislatures claim is that Emergency Order Twenty eight was promulgated without following required statutory procedures applicable to an emergency and his so doing palm impinged upon the legislatures, constitutional. Court power now what they are going into. Is there suggested in the court is ruling? That Secretary Palm exceeded her authority by not including the legislature in the passing of this rule. Remember that the Department of Health Services Secretary by law and Wisconsin has the authority. To issue orders? Within an emergency, the Supreme Court is ruling that she exceeded her authority in this regard. And issued a ruling the took upon her as Iverson's designate. Than the law allows now we're obviously going to be discussing this and the ramification of it. And what does it mean? And where do we go from here now that the order has been struck down by Wisconsin's highest court, so we're going to put pick up at that point when we come back in the next segment. I will because I'm sure it's the question at the top of everyone's head. Try to respond right now to the question of what does this mean right now? It means that any rule that comes from the IRS administration on this has to be approved by the legislature. It's my contention. That if the legislature doesn't approve a rule, there's no rule. But it does mean that Tony Everts wants to press forward with these kinds of micromanaging orders, he'll have to include the legislature. unaddressed in this is what happens. If individual counties now, I'll try to hand down their own orders, Tom Barrett has said in Milwaukee. I don't care what the Supreme Court does. I'll cut turn right around any shoe. My own order locking down the city of Milwaukee each county has the authority. Of course he issue orders on their own vacant than be legally challenged, but as of the moment. The statewide order issued by the Everts Administration has been struck down and if they want to put anything else in place in the short term, they're going to have to do it. With the approved the legislature. How Evers response remains to be seen. Will they turn around where they ready for this? Will the issue another ordering forty five minutes? Don't know the answer to that. But again the first here The first ramifications, the the first shooter droplets put it that way the Supreme Court has struck down. The expansive rule that was issued by Andrea Palm. The health services secretary. Prior to April, twenty four, th that extended to May twenty sixth, and restricts and regulates all of this activity and Wisconsin the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, ruling this afternoon that. The, Iverson Ministration as Secretary Palm exceeded their authority and went beyond what the law allows them to do will pick up.
"concent" Discussed on Popgram Podcast
"Yeah it wasn't and online online vehicle. Yeah I think young impressed. We'll go though weather on Gaga Fund on the stirred from getting to the videos and stuff that we watch this week Might be story so they're listening you album. I am very I'm slightly uncomfortable about this At the moment I know that you have to make hay when the sun shines Especially when you know you have dogs yesterday. Guck all your plans for the year. So far are in disarray. Because the exact administration toy immense do under the management of going. We have this. How many of them are. They gave him house an agreement. We come to them. 'cause type is one of these guys who funds those whom we know. What's at music doesn't fucking right now? Because of the time. LemMe see things. They've already got something predates Islam because this is big hits when at the moment they do have things going on people's attention as I said Pizza's King's concerns theirs. Bcs wrong still running. You still have people you know your youtube channel where they released videos every day behind the scene video so they have attention but as usual big hits in to keep them on the hook. So what are you done now is that they want to introduce that logs to some. They did when they first started the first album when they do these about three minute by minute. Logs of going. Oh this is us doing stuff at the start of their career. So they log onto the law this week and this is why I feel comfortable is around four o'clock in the morning. He was on some program at some editing software. Trying to write a song. I'm going Oh yeah That's into logs and yes. We're doing a new album. But he looked so tired and I was just going. You guys don't have to Greece in. Your album is absolutely fine. Denike GO DOWN. Go back to the previous podcast. We did. We talked about this about the fact that they don't have anything for themselves. I think that A lot of the the managers. Because I've been watching a lot of Videos on Youtube at the moment as to management is particularly Weiji which the White House. I'm called shirts. Yeah and obviously we know that they got all the conspiracy charges or wherever it gives them what they've been the way they would you police the female bodies of the key popstars. 'cause I was looking at people's week long journeys and we'll talk about how the manager told them they can't eat. It doesn't pay per cup diets where the paper copy. That's how much you have for that as a as a woman regardless of your your high toy anything you can go to eats other for a guy you have to be minimum of one hundred sixty eight cents wherever but when I think about it in terms of management terms they want they want to get as much bang for the buck. As did you say so to my mind. The reason that they're coming back with those those monks is because they're thinking. Oh my good- disaster scenario the GO-TO forget about you. Know how to much fucking content. Their whole life is fucking money towns and it just gets on my nerves. Because I'm going even if they come up with a new album. I think that you come up with an album. They shiny bright and commercial here. Let's just go nowhere going backstreet boys. We're going it doesn't need to be intellectual we need. Some is actually frivolity chewing gum for fun. Because I don't think the way they think and you'll go about on some of the stuff we've seen that movie has forced us to watch it's very intellectual and it's very you knew deep so if they're going to do that during this period of where you can get some more mental very very worried for their mental healthier and also if you WANNA create so creighton concert or your mind is going to be. I'm just yeah and I think. Just let me also say well. I don't think a P- bank PD Is Anyway as bad as the other regular because y g an SM and the other people because it gives them a leeway there are lots themselves they did get more freedom that other artists. What I am comfortable about is the fact that telling them to do an album now when to meet aid they don't have to and be the album process it. It shouldn't be rushed like this because you could from the way I am was. He looked stressed then he said Oh also said that we don't maybe we're talking about. Maybe we should process of writing the album which I don't think we should because the process is beautiful. It's not the seven people for main songwriters. Everybody wants to have that. Say I don't think some people are ready for that ruinous of what happens in those meetings. Those things I don't think we need more thing that what you just said changes changes what you just said. You know because I didn't realize what you meant because that means actually what you just said about the CEO is wrong. They are evil because they are actually trying to even open up their life more. Yeah that's why he that's what I'm that's what he's complaining about saying. Actually hold on a second. There's a point where I understood what we're doing. But this part that he even he himself doesn't understand how you why would you monetize the aspects? Because it's like is monitoring eastside monetize in painter. Drying what okay. Why don't we do that? GonNa lie if I put my very catalysts had on a hat on I can understand why that will cause. Can you imagine the on me? Seen how stuff is being made like about an hour by account which we have the album as clean as I understand but the fact is you're you're seeing the tension and that Brits content for the army to talk about that. Oh my God is Jimmy Anthony. And then you hear one bit of particular. Oh my God is that he is actually rumpled dentist sufficient and the federal can also see people complaining because they don't know actually how they work together so you could also creek comes where people. Now see that this thing. Not His opinion kids did. I don't know I agree with both of you. I think that I think that it would to me. Collage People's minds about them already. Do they have three main people that get old majority of songwriting credits? Be Sugar to whom I'm Jay. Yeah Dad gets me directed somewhere and the reason why that the most talented not. Because we don't put into by concede that maybe someone into that. They are being ignored games. Even when they play games where they're talking of you have to read sheet music or writes poems or rights. Cooks those three especially when I'm doing is always the best but that's not look at AIDS because what I. What is that people who sit behind the scenes on go out to hold on a minute that person know that could have been the other writing more now. John Lucas writing more. Jin Is writing more Jim In as well. But I'm just saying that the main people they would say that as well the rest of the the all new thing is when I came up with the cook or even Arm says I'M NOT COMPLAINING. That she she goes completely have they. They know each other strengths. But I think what I think is going. Well why do we have to monetize outside? Al Creates aside which we we. We have the way that we work. I don't know I just I felt what if you know what every where they're looking for new concepts to substitute for the other things that could be in this point. In time I have contents. I think they can do what we can do the logs but I think we need to see the album writing process. Ready Habits US run. We have you know. And that's a hundred episodes this week. Ed's episode one hundred so if armies a you know in need of content to watch one hundred of bats they had be Bang Bang Khan this weekend duper if armies I need of Korea fucking book already because I know I I'm with you. I understand where coming from. Do Rian now do that. You see I think that does read. That's great by the by DOTS. Big Whatever the company is a record company is because there's only so much they can do. They have given to me our admit the one thing that I find interesting about the pop industry is at the Brooklyn Mold even how you producer more than ever before. There's no need rights. Actually go this far by inputs. On my hyper capsules. I know I know how greedy Lebed is something. What do you know how could be the king who said that George Steinbruner Ping his video on on funds will not the big? You know. I'm sorry I was Companies in this industry. They'll be nothing tunnel. Keep his rights gives that the opportunity. What's ahead look just mystic breaking them apart under just setting each of them and I'm not gonNA emotionally invested in just to catch in terms of if I was really did you get back behind. Begins I agree. But then there's like the impending What's the Word Impending Army for? Jin Jin gets cold up then all of these things so obviously going. That is what they're thinking of doing. Because if you look at it this way if they're going to push the concent- back them is Jim is not going to be available in two thousand nine hundred one. This is okay. Let's make the album. Now mix some money of that because it's me mean that Jin is not able to be onto or it could be that all of you have to go for your two years into the army. So there's no tall council so all that money's lost glad you actually make sense. I think for because I think that was under over to go off to the army. Anyway now everything because let's be on tore now finishes then break and then on the book of that's not happening anyway. Should be go into what we watch this week?.
"concent" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast
"We could do. We want to which is which you're always not able to do well. It was fact most of the time you can't do you want to no. There's always someone telling you know but in our case we were Kinda like pirate radio like we were sailing. Our ship and no one was really telling us what to do so so we got to do it now right time and we had the right combination of things you know they. We had to make good relationships with all the publicists and with all the studios with all the celebrities celebrities and if we had fought it up at any point along the way that would have all the doors have closed that would have been the end of our business but for whatever reason and there were definitely if if you missed apps but we made the right relationships and we did. We made the right decisions at the right time and be able to keep all of that and so even to this day we still have of those relationships so we were booking the VH1 show that. I had after that that was because I built up all these relationships so along with TV and they trusted us because what we were doing was so irreverent and so on censored so out of the realm of normal safe family watching watching TV and was definitely not anything anybody done before and week but will we were doing was different because it was inclusive. Not Exclusive. You know we wanted to make sure that if we were going to be telling jokes everybody who's going to be in on the joke this was not this is the party of uh-huh is not a part of me against you. No one's laughing at the celebrities. I'm I'm not asking personal questions. I'm not doing anything. It's going to make anybody uncomfortable but there is going to be a lot of concent- Fox flying around and as long as that's okay. Great but at at that point it was also it was so refreshing for everybody I think once they realized that they could assist if they were ever uncomfortable with something. We take an hour. Wouldn't air it whatever once we got all of their trust us then it was like a free for all and everybody was having so much fun I would walk out of those rooms was celebrities. Like thank you so much for not asking me about my character. They just wanted to do anything other than the same fucking questions they could ask over and over again. Do you think being someone who's obviously interviewed arguably assume uh-huh biggest stars in the world. Do they begin to know that they can trust you. Of course otherwise I would never get ass back because I don't think people realize how because I know there's just like they want to hear the shocking being or they go why don't you ask. Why did this person that? Why the heart? I don't want to see the hard questions. But there is align. I think that people feel like celebrities are everyone is owed every explanation by celebrity and everything.
"concent" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time
"Year training London has given me the tools to manage myself and this this is what I teach now I have been teaching for like newcourt nearly twenty years now. <hes> did she going in the meditation also did some Tai Chi but I was very interested in color therapy love the cameras programs and e._F._T.. And Nutrition Anina energy based medicine fantastic and so is my absolute thrill to invite onto cheat time a woman who has been diving deeply into into the quantum key arena yes Sharon rose the director and producer of the film's Quantum Chee all about <music> out she is here to speak to us about how she got beckoned into this world of natural healing inning energy and the link it has to the other dimensions of our being Sharon is an author a dancer an producer of many films and she is a complete lover of life and such a joy to be around so as I said before I'm thrilled and I'm honored to introduce Sharon rose to you here on she time stay tuned ti-time in the quantum CI mistress. I'm going to say Sharon. Rose is with us to complete on us on the show and it's it's such a joy to be with you Clark. I'm so happy to be here your enthusiasm your beauty. Your grace is just so colorful. I could say exactly the same T._A.. Is a reflection going on here which I feel right on it to the so yeah I'm I came across you via the concent- CI movie and anybody out there. Who is she going practitioner or even touchy or rake thank you any sort of energy medicine is going to be interested in this and this is a film or a series of films documentaries? That Sharon has nothing lead crossing Hamedani is now well. It's been three three years in June since I began the process so it's <unk> in order to pay for my editors etcetera. I worked other jobs so it's been part time and now it's reached such a place where we're hoping that I'll be able to work fulltime because it's it's so important right now with the way the world is is these teachings are so powerful and they bring such peace and serenity that I feel the way things Ktar in the world. We really need these starting from very young. There's teaching that are so simple and so important we all really need to go into a new place where we reconnected with nature were reconnected with their essence. We are reconnected connected with each other and we listen to each other and we learn how to heal ourselves and from that place finding the essence of our cell then we can reach out through these wonderful practices of Tekong Tai Chi Meditation <unk> Energy and acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine Taoism and all these fantastic ancient teachings that have been alive life for so many centuries and are really here to help us the radiologist. You're speaking those words I can feel the wealth well the richness that is coming through. I think it must be your understanding but also what that energy that is just rolling through you because the clear channels that you are so thank you for that and Sharon his is calling in from crestone Colorado in fat. Hopefully you can see if you're watching this the mountains in the background very beautiful place. It was a place created by my friend Armstrong Strong to house the world's religions. It's an experiment. Can All these religions live together. Can we really learn how to have community and we do. This is an amazing place for that well. The mountains are fourteen thousand feet and I'm speaking to you from nine thousand feet eight. Wow so when you say bring you'll the religions together. What what do you mean how how is this manage? Their view just got lots of different peoples different tempos award what's going on. We have temples that really look like example we have I think six Tibetan temples fools all different lineages and they all look like they come from India or Tibet. We have a Hindu Lakshmi goddess of wealth my girl Temple <hes> and it looks and we're doing fire putsches. We have the Carmelites we have all kinds of Basuki's disease. We have so many think there's like thirty three different traditions we have the way of nature <hes> that is directed by John Milton News in quantum she he brings together the teachings of Taoism Tibetan Buddhism and nature all all this sounds fantastic on a move there. No I'll say about it just makes absolute sense to to to weave together the truth and to me Daichi is like a connecting force between everything and that is the truth it's running through all of these different traditions and then we've got something to learn from one another uh-huh and to bring into the wave of now you see this is how we're gonNA move forward as a more united society <hes> that's what I would love to see the way things are going now it. We need to hold the light we need to go beyond <hes> be disparity charity and the duality and that's why I love The Dallas teachings and Buddhist teaching. It's little path and what what I find that soap youthful is that these teachings are not only bringing you physical grace and fluid right. There's the actual self-healing aspects and then they're these comes the play of these practices called Inner Outta me in which you really learn how to work with your emotions and they're very very powerful because I feel that the mainstream media is doing their best these days and for quite quite a while to just stir the pot of chaos and confusion and we get lost in this kind of cultural general trance we made a film called twenty twelve the Odyssey we made it in two thousand six and it was looking forward to the year twenty anti twelve and I interviewed all of these researchers and I feel that what they were saying then things like like <hes> the the lie would become the truth. The world will be turned upside down. You know people wouldn't would be just angry with each other. There'd be all kinds of earth changes that those things are really happening now and that's why these teachings are so important -portant we're here in this precious human body so many forget their lost in the matrix world in the technology world and and they forget the importance of their body. This is our precious vehicle and so I've been around for many many years worse teachers from many traditions from Tibetan Buddhism Hinduism. I lived in India. I'm a disciple of one of the great dancers of north India idea. She was early Bollywood Star so I was immersed in the music and dance and culture and mythology Met through this process are the healthiest happiest that I encountered in any of these traditions. They are incredible role role models so inspiring for example one of my wonderful interviewees is masterly jumping master legion. Vang is now eighty years old. and you see quantum chee he does sees these movements like he's thirty and he's teaching all day. He was a former martial arts film star. He was head of the Beijing Wushu team he discovered and trained jet Ed Lee and then as he got older. The spiritual aspects came just into him and he and his beautiful daughter leaching Beijing teach what's called Shenyang Gong the Shunjing Meditation and that is the meditation and movement of unconditional love and isn't that what we all need right now but how do you get to the unconditional love love. It's a whole process chemical process of distilling yourself of releasing these patterns of negativity and fear ear that are being projected on us or that we have experienced from childhood as a healer myself. I'm trained in cranial sacred therapy be and in <hes> a system called the psychophysical methods of neuro sensory re education which is kind of a combination love a hypnosis training and the Eldon Kreis <hes> in which you're bringing your consciousness into the tissues and very subtle soft repetitive movements that bring your conscious particularly into the joints what I'm finding you go through my inspiration of of master Lee and of course Monta Chia add Roger Janka and Ken Cohen and <hes> Daisy Li on me all of these wonderful masters that I have been working with for three years now. It is a profound system that incorporates so many aspects of healing and not only that they they really give you the tools to heal yourself that is why I go into Chico in the first place because I was looking for something the I could take anywhere and do for myself at any time and is lobby to have massages ongoing have treatments. Don't get me wrong but being able to take care of oneself to such a deep level has been incredibly precious gift. The I gave myself didn't realize just how deep that was gonNA. Take me so really with you on that absolutely and that it is so wonderfully accessible for all. Will it really Turkey's next people say like how he didn't niche market she going. It's like he account. It's across the board children. Get it. They love during the five abandoned will frolics for instance and then you go all the way through the ages what it can gift you around healing your body organs as well as emotional conundrums that we find ourselves in and then into the vitality that you can access when you're older. It's just a phenomenal exercise. This discipline isn't it is I turned seventy. <hes> in January and I'm really really really now focused so much on practice. I do at least two hours a day now. Because I was working so hard on this project you know sitting sitting there with the editor and you know just logging in everything and on the computer on the computer and then I really started to <hes> forget about my body was so obsessed and then I said that's it and so I'm really as a dancer. I understand disciplines. Oh Life I've been doing all of these practices and the Gong has added such an extraordinary dimension. I was a yoga practitioner since the sixties and I love Yoga but somehow in its translation to the West. It's become like yoga per apps at it's lost. Its is deep deep spirituality. Although it's always there to be to be discovered by anyone that wants to go deep but I I think that she gong and these Arts Tai Chi and will shoo antiques and all of that a really the next wave in healing mind body integration to me you know we're starting what we call the CI revolution and reaching out out the world uh-huh and the such lovingly excitement about it when you talk about the troops in that she wants to help it wants to play. Hey you know let's say we play without Chico Molina. It plays through us. It shows us how we want to be in move. It's just such a gift to say and <unk>. As you speaking with us on with us on sheets. I'm Sharon rose is with us and you also a composer and a singer China and <hes> we'll see you've written some incredible music that I've been really honored and privileged to heard already thank you and I'd I'd love to play some here for our our listens on. She time sh we do that so the fellas track I'd like to share is this Afia one and you've got a bit of an introduction to that haven't Sharon yes yes. We'll Sophia. Is this all started. I have a very strong background around as I said in India and the disciple of seat DOT Davey clean cut duck north Indian dance and so I spent five years there with <hes> some of the top musicians I was friends with people like Ravi Shankar and and Zakir Hussain if you know well the the.
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"In hell for those who are ripping children from the arms of their mothers putting them in cages without even a blanket that q thirty two one ninety five oats a showdown with the republican led senate c._b._s.'s natalie brand the white house telling c._b._s. news that the president would veto the house version because the house version does not include some of the enforcement funding that the white house would like to see democratic national debates begin wednesday night there's so many contenders it's been split into two nights correspondent alison keys from miami where they're being held that's to senator elizabeth warren is the only one of the top five candidates appearing and voters will be watching to see how she does against nine rivals including new jersey senator corey booker and washington governor jay inslee there's in the first group of ten include new york city mayor bill de blasio and former texas web better rourke a house fire in rural northeast wisconsin claims six lives including four kids bruce marcus is there the ages of the children who died range from ten months to seven years county coroner larry shattuck was on the scene that they were seen i've ever been i think that he's a parent or grandparent and take it from there no that's very tragic to people in the home managed to escape the fire apparently started on the first floor the two story farmhouse and then spread upstairs no word on what caused the blaze bruce mark is four c._b._s. news pickerel was concent- nato says to us service members have.
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"Not just for the maximum for commercial aviation in general saying this year has been terrible for airplane sales. The words we're sorry are increasingly emerging from the lips of Boeing executives in response to the two deadly 737 max crashes. Komo's Corwin Hake reports the companies accepting more personal responsibility and a local aviation consultant thinks he knows why after months of using language like our hearts are heavy, and this touches all of US Boeing, CEO, Dennis Muilenburg finally said, we at Boeing are sorry for the lives lost that word, sorry, signals a policy shift, according to aviation consultant Scott Hamilton with the Liam group, a crisis management team finally got through to the executives probably already objections of the lawyers to say, look. Responsibility here. Hamilton also tells KOMO news, the ongoing max problem could lead to further concent- production of the jet at its Renton assembly plant, and that he says, could mean temporary layoffs. Boeing has not responded to our inquiry about the possibility of max related layoffs. Corwin Hake, KOMO news and Julia police shot and killed a burglary suspect this morning happened just before five o'clock along the Logan street. Police say they had reports at the eighteen year old win. Lock man was armed after an a confronted him. At least one shot was fired. The man had ties to Centralia. Police have not released further details. Washington governor and democratic presidential hopeful Jay Inslee says he's looking ahead of the first democratic presidential debates next week we're excited about this, because Washington stories such a story of success, and I get to carry the Washington flag in the presidential debate. That's a good flag to carry. So I'm really excited about and Italy will take part in night. One of the democratic debates June twenty-sixth in Miami. Coming up, I'm Frank Lenzi. I'll tell you why to local fire. Chiefs, say banning fireworks, would not be justified the number. Bike share bikes has been cut. I'm Brian Calvert and the reason could be where these bikes often.
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Single sign-on can solve password crisis
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, tell me that this doesn't sound like a wonderful dream, the experience, that we know is password hell could be radically changed for the better within the next year and a half to three years. Sounds pretty cool. Right. What if it came true? Are you struggling to come up with long strings of complex capital, and lower case letters, numbers, and simples? Well, there's a theory that says that so yesterday that's the hope anyway. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech in fascinating interview with Google product manager, Mark Risher in the verge this week, he laid out his vision for why those passwords. We've been told create don't actually. Help. He's said to have no bearing on fishing, no bearing on password breaches, no bearing on password, re-use. We think this is Google that it's more important to reduce the total number of passwords out there. Well, gosh, I agree. Don't you cook? He has an other words, all that time you've been forced to spend trying to create tougher to crack. Passwords is a waste at that, at least that's the way he appears to see it. I know that talking tech listeners agree with me that anything we could do to eliminate the concent- typing passwords during our daily days would be most welcome. But how are we going to get their Google? Solution is the single sign on feature, which still requires a password, and has Google authenticate, your identity for a second layer of authority, the text messages or via the Google smartphone app. Apple just introduced its answer to Google sign in with an alternative that will be introduced to the. Iphone and ipad in the fall as part of the thirteenth software upgrade now Google has an eighty percent market share for the Android phone system to twenty percent for apple and between the two of them, according to Bob Brutus, who is a chief data scientist for security firm. Rapid seven well, that's pretty much of everyone. So he believes so he believes that all of us will be using these systems by default over the next eighteen to thirty six months, of course. Facebook, and Google been at it for a long time. A lot of people don't trust signing on Facebook because the, you want your data with Facebook, once you've signed into a website who knows what they're doing with it. Apple is all about privacy and saying that they're not going to do anything with your data. And also, I'd like this new system because it's going to use face ID and touch ID biometrics to bypass the password clicks, the snag here though, is I think it's going to take apple. Years before you have a lot of merchants signing up for this program, you'll have app developers, but target Home Depot WalMart, getting their websites to even agree to put this on is going to take a like I said, it's gonna take years, but it's worth dreaming about I love the idea, and I like the system from Google that when you try to sign on, on the computer it sends you to the g mail app and has you type in a digit that you see on the web instead of typing in your password. Anything we can do to ditch these passwords. I'm all for what about you listeners, any ideas at love to hear from you. What for me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech, please. Subscribe it a show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
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"The president who comes to us to tell us what it is like to be at this forum now and what he's learned he just let a panel -education President, Mr President of very good, even to thank you very much. What is it? That you see in the Rumsfeld forum that is exciting and thrilling and learning for everyone to listen to good evening to you. Thank you. Thank you very much for having me on your show. I think the, the main reason why I'm here. I've been also lost in Baku. Is that IC the fellows and other participants in these annual meetings as the Vang God of future leaders in business in Cady Mia in various professions? Who are going to be a key force in modernizing the whole coverage. And in their own way. I all from Kuala them to my friends Mandel described the say in a way that the vanguard of creating a central Asian, come cover Sion of inked in professional network. And once you do once should never underestimate the value of this type of network, professional networks. That's in the making and I said loot, the organizers of this quite exciting event because. Y'all doing great service to the development of interest. Cut to Daito. Am not president of a nation. Joel. I just wanted to ask you a little bit about the university to new university, and it's, it's responding to the needs of the people of central Asia. So maybe you could tell us a little bit about what, you know, the population needs in terms of education, and what your university is doing to, to meet those needs. I think central Asia of people. Need to be given any opportunity in every opportunity to start to reasserting themselves. If central Asia can play a very constructive road in showcasing the peaceful nature of its people, the high sophistication than Eucation its culture, as it's, you know, potentially comic prowess, it will make a very positive contribution globally. And that's what I think why education in central Asia important, but it's going to be important that education. Increasingly is going to be transported across Boorda and not just limited to individual countries education systems and many ways. I mean, we talked in this conference about regional coordination issues possible future integration issues, although, right, live of buddies, treading carefully on it. But it has to start with a lot of trust building and of measures that will bring the people together some proposed that it might be good to create cross-border to regional business association Campbell calmest, time fully agree, maybe should start with the women's business associations ability of, of educational certificates and diploma would be not a way to, to, to foster things. And then you obviously have all these technical. At like, you know showing where the full costing hydro type of data. The central Asian countries, including of ghanistan, Mongolian so share common river basins, and it's going to be very important. Also for the future to, to make the best use of them, but education is the root of all of president, my daughter spent a wonderful year in there. I bear in peninsula, when she was in college. Learned a deal of Spanish and travelled widely in Europe. You know where I'm going making your university available for American students to visit Astana, and spend a semester or half a semester with your students is that something that is possible. Are you doing it now? What does it look like? How are you? How are you, connecting with American universities? Thank you very much. It's something that we actively working on our connection is already multi layered. I. A very interesting approach to building this university, and that is we work extensively with strategic partners, but by school. So, for instance, when we started in terms of yes partners. School of science technology started out with Carnegie Mellon. That is, it's our it's one case. I have to admit it did not really pan out, and that is because we want to make partnership. They wanted to live with commercial partnership. But, you know, these things happen, how humanity social sciences school and to into a strategic partnership, Louis concent- medicine and still continues, a graduate school of education because we are meant to spearhead education reform. Hydrocare pot. Is partnering and still partnering with the invest of Pennsylvania. You pens graduate education. Our public policy is working more with Singapore's initiating diversity the school that without business loop. Graduates fitness of nicer by universities teaming up with the Fuca school of Duke. Now, the next is to make sure that they helped us in the recruitment of our faculty, and so on. But we are certainly not bench campuses because we needed to develop own identity from day one. But we learned a lot from them, and the next stage, two things while is we want to increasingly more joint research with VM to be researching and to student exchange failed is very important right now we tend to send our students pop until we want next. Please help us. We want international students American students to spend the semester with us and mingled with talented, young citizen in Kazakhstan. We already have some schools now for the last three years, where we also have students from result of industry starting to come, but I think we need to scale it up much more and we want them really to spend curiously semester food year. You're really at the forefront of shaping the future of this region with your great university. What are your hopes for the future of the region? Where do you see and quickly president one minute. Go ahead. As I mentioned. Because the central Asian region overall can play very, very constructive role in this unsettled global environment. It needs to rediscover itself needs to gain confidence. And as part of it, it also needs to show that it can contribute, and education research innovation, all of these things. Call capabilities that will come to the Floyd with thank she go shake. Yo cuts to the president of Nazerbayev university. It's located in the capital of Kazakhstan to the north of us here just to the north of across the border in Astana the capital. I'm with changes its name to notice the city, Nursultan city. Thank you. I'm keeping up no longer Nursultan. That's done. That means kept city. Anyway, look, Vong by saying, Costanza kept Nursultan city, that's. The scholar dot com. Made it possible for us to be here. Thanks to the Rumsfeld, Rumsfeld foundation and the central Asia caucuses institute. I'm John bachelor. You're listening to John bachelor. K. G. O eight ten. Balance.
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"J, John Cooley and topping Austin's news. Austin's mayor Steve Adler is non favor of repealing the city's panhandling and camping ordinances for homeless people and their says they won't solve anything and he says it frustrates him that it's even debate right now by we're we're spending so much time fighting over, and it says that don't seem to do the job is not what we ought to be fighting. This is the pain handling. Ordinances very difficult to enforce it even more difficult to prosecute instead Adler says the focus should be on the bigger picture, including finding permanent housing for those on the street and an executive level czar to act as a point, man for all issues related to homelessness, driving along, I thirty five to get a whole lot worse. Between run Bergen to ninety this evening, Texas, Diane Hodges says it'll be demolishing the Saint John's bridge and improvements to the roadway, this will mean a tight squeeze for the weekend, starting tonight at nine pm through Monday morning at five AM. We will be reducing traffic on I thirty five. Between Runberg and US to ninety two lanes and each direction. So says, if you could avoid that length of thirty five this weekend, you should another weekend lane reduction is scheduled for the end of June. They Austin round rock metro area is experiencing some growing pains, but it kind of is to rape. Perryman says aside from tight labor and housing market growth in Austin areas, tech sector professional business services and medical industries, will see the metros economic output performance near the top of a few lists will write very well. Now, don't even state, but also the entire country over the next five years. Dr paramount expects Austin to build up one hundred twenty thousand jobs and increase output by, at least thirty billion dollars. You're KLBJ radar. Our weather watch concent- some this afternoon with a shower or thunderstorm at times mainly late in the day in the evening, high Eighty-eight from the weather center. I'm Heather's air quality, eighty six and San Marcus. Get Austin news on demand at newsradiokkob, EJ dot com..
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Basically have you on little days where they're gonna you like cries fascist super excited be made that made them has to do with chess and one of the prizes to one of the prizes is any item from a little tweet chesting any one of these items that I was that the test that we like saved, but we will not okay. So she is going to pick up what all three of the Baratz and just look like really late. She is on. Obviously like could cannot choose fun. She's just like. I mean when that went on, but she could have just what if I would if I can Jim Hamlin to the key has one I can have these two. If she's just gonna do that for like an extended period of. You want to do with diplomacy. Maybe maybe to consider Jim has entered an entry Persson. Well, actually, Jim was indispensable to our find in the chest. So I mean, he was really just part of team. And that was a fifteen runs on respect construct assistance respect. All right. So the low Jim two eight one pick prize. It's okay. 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She like runs her fingers through the hair, and it changes to this like really really ridiculous teal color because if her mind those were we'll go perfect with that colored. So she's like, pinning them back, and she's just really really happy with herself, and then gyms like trying to mimic slash Macher until he's like doing the same thing. And like. His year. But doesn't really know how to use that kind of magic turns it self just like right fucking yellow looks like shit. And she's like, Jim, you know, a really new I should have taught you about this earlier like should've just let us bring. But now you're fucking yellow you're like, a Ray of fucking sunshine and then picks them up, and it's just like. He looks prejudice racing small price price pact and the all hands. They're activated by verbal command. The all have little cutesy activation things like he king God magical every since they have little little head phrases to act. Each has their little things. Like, don't you? Gm's is just all makes I thought it'd be cute. God. Things like that rockets. God. All right. So he's going to have to progress to naughty stupid. And then for the second prize. They have you know, they have a little pouch of tangled pieces of peace for you. And as a bonus a spoon of flavor. A spoon of flavored. He says it's one of his most sought ofter commodities. He came up with the ideas. It's basically pants of wizards can't do it without like. Shoes. Basically, it's a spoon and when you put into any item. It's basically flavor it to something else if you hadn't poor if you could get input taste like pudding. Pay money. Awesome. Like, no, I want the Baretta that gives you salon style. And I want the spoon of tasting. And these are things that someone has to invent like right now. Cards. It's basically zero level spouse. And if the first one I thought of all ages, there's been other places tents for. No where near nickel on the bud pretty quickly appropriate. It's and again, it's fake a zero level spell the majors were. So it's not thinking. Also. So we each get ones venom, that's like one of the main prices. Things in their on. They're not a lot in circulation. He he keeps the demand for only like in snow little. Oh, yeah. That's one dot will apple style. But only sold out already. Sorry, though, we only make three. Concent- and it's a joke. He hasn't make Vate look like super like basic in lane busted up like using crappies collusion drawer. Well, it is now one of my most treasured item Edessa like strings it on some string ties it around her neck like shoves it down their shirt 'cause she's just like this is nice Ville. Nobody else gets this. Sorry. How do you activate them? Does it just work? Like, this just read your mind. Read your mind that one is. Yeah. Come on. Swoop causing traits. I want I cream and then tastes like ice cream. Every bite you have to maintain concentration. So once you go, let's see putting local food into concentrate again. God, thanks got it. So every excited to them. This was like a thrice competition. Continues music archery. Celebration is offering my Asian. Needs festival. To Nazi Jessen cannon origin story of how we met because I think that was like really adorable. I liked how are characters interacted.
"concent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"When you hit fifty it kinda hit the wall, you know, between your joints, the heart. The brain your is your energy unit. Now when you hit fifty you have to pay attention to your health. We all know that. So whether you're forty or fifty or sixty or seventy s or even older for that matter our guest today says he's discovered something that you can unlock the key to feeling better at any age. This is exciting. What is it? What are we talking about? Why do you need to know about this? We'll stay tuned. Dr Neil Levin is on the line here. Dr Neil Levin is a chiropractor. He's a nutritionist he's a longtime adviser for purity products. Welcome. Dr phil. Great to have you back on the show today. This is a big story, isn't it? Oh, absolutely Steve. And let's go right to the chase. Here that discovery you talked about it to top there. It's cruel oil because krill oil is simply amazing for it's great for the heart. Great for the joints fantastic for the brain. For the is. I mean, I have people coming into my clinic every single day, and they wanna feel better. I mean, they wanna feel physically better stronger. They want their choice to feel comfortable, but they wanna stay mentally sharp. They want to keep their brain thinking like it did when they were younger. They want to protect themselves from Karner heart disease and maintain those flexible, healthy youthful arteries for wonderful circulation. Hey, Steve, they want to boost their energy wine. Not I mean, we need to serve it. And that's all we're gonna be talking about here today with this krill omega fifty plus which is the cutting edge combination Steve of krill oil, which is so fabulous for us. But we in fused the crude oil so important, we've been fused the krill oil with the high omega three concent-. Trated fischel, you need to do that when you're dealing with krill because krill just isn't high enough, you know, make it three so many other important parameters were choose. But you gotta get that higher bigotry Fisher on there. And we've done that. So this is now the best of both worlds, but we didn't stop there for the fifty plus years. We've added vitamin d we've doubled the antioxidant power, and Steve we actually increased by sixty seven percent. So this now becomes the finest omega three nutrient in the world as far as I'm concerned. This is very very exciting. This krill oil sensation it is all over the news. Dr Neil Levin. Great. Studies are out there, many experts or declaring that krill oil is better than fish oil. So give us this low down on this krill omega fifty plus formula. You know, if I told you we did talk about this before the show that this is one tiny pill that benefits the joints and the brain and memory mood, coronary heart disease, wonderful for the arteries makes your hair shine great for the skin. I mean, what would you say that? Hey, where is where can I get? Right. And we have it. It's krill omega fifty plus and we're going to give it to everybody for free today. And that's really cool because purity wants everybody to try to because they know they're gonna see huge difference. But get this on top of that for the first Dow's in people that call today, we're giving away second gift because I just demanded this, you know, dealing with the fifty pluses, and hey, you know, if you're forty and you feel like your energy is low. This is for you also. But for people fifty and over we're also giving free beat twelve energy melts. I demand that this because we're getting a little older we don't absorb that beat twelve as well. And I want you to feel the benefit Tunis krill omega fifty. Plus, I want to Jack up those b twelve levels for you today, as well, you know, one of value proposition. You know when it comes to your health. It really is a win win. This is amazing. I heard you say that this can actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. I mean when you hear that whose ears perk up after that how exactly does that work anyway. Right. Right. Well, chromium fifty plus. Remember, this is the combination of krill oil with the high omega three highly concentrated Bishop also which is much higher threes than most krill oil formulas would be so when we're dealing with the high omega three fish oil. We're talking about support for the HDL cholesterol, healthy youthful, flexible arteries, that's so great for the circulation of heart muscle strength, platelet activity. Red blood cells, it's nice and soft and flexible, so they're gonna work their way through those little Pap lers. What about triglycerides that become so important, so this krill omega fifty plus supports the heart in so many ways, and you know, the bottom line is we need to think about this because we're getting a little older fifty plus maybe mid forties, certainly sixties and seventies. It's decision time. I mean, you know, your body's not working the way it did when you were in your thirty might not be there you need to make a decision or you're gonna take it laying down and just let yourself get old. Or are you going to do? Something about are you going to stay physically active? You're gonna do the things you need to stay healthy and getting these maker threes, the krill oil vitamin d the and to make such a difference. This is a game changer for anybody. And at fifty plus age group. This is absolutely great information. I know that a mega threes talk about that. Just for a second are best known for their cardiovascular benefits. And they're certainly also known as brain food. Now, we've discussed this in some of the past shows if you would touch on the brain benefits for our listeners listening out there today, and tell us why you say that supplementing with threes isn't just a good idea for the brain. But absolute necessity, oh, this is such an important point that you're bringing up absolutely for brain health. We must must get these Amiga threes back in there. You know, when you think about omega threes, and you think about brain health, and memory and mood and feeling sharp. You really want to single out the DHA component. That's the doco Noah cast it. You know, what Steve your brain is sixty percents fat by weight and. Of that twenty five percent. Twenty five percent needs to be H. A you know, what I use an analogy in my practice people understand calcium and don't help right. If you don't have calcium in your diet, and you don't supplement with calcium. Your bones are going to get brittle and weak you understand that right, right? Exactly. What happens to bones bones in need calcium for their normal strength and structure now with the brain. It's the same DHA for normal structure, we use this for one brain communicate with another to build out, the bring the serotonin dopamine all the feel good neurotransmitter. So must must have it must get it back in there. So important with this krill omega fifty plus we've increased the.
"concent" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"So they have it. There was my interview with David died. I really hope you enjoyed that one. And God much out of as I did. I found David an absolutely fascinating guest. I'll be perfectly honest with you. I was a little bit nervous before this conversation purely because David is clearly so bright. And so well read and this subject matter, not only does it fascinate me. But it's it's full demento important is fundamentally important to our job as a teacher our jobs for those who are as parents for anyone who interacts with with with children hose, just who's it genuinely interested in in how intelligent develops. What we can do to to help kids get clever. So it was one of those conversations that are really wanted to get right? And I and I'll reflect a little bit more about the impossibly some of the mistakes made in the interview a little bit later on in these takeaways, but first off just a few kind of practical things that have been pondering since spoke to David the first is an we come back to this every now and again on the podcast just out flipping art is to move schools and annoyed of people talk about this people always talk about the father's heart starting off as an end key tea or even a student teacher. But it's very hard. When you're in a stop light teacher, and you feel uncomfortable. And you've got you routines, and the kids know, you all this kind of stuff, and you move school, and every reputa- all the reputation, you built up everything that came before is just it just crumbles crumbles to the ground. Nobody knows who you are. And if like me you moved into quite a challenging school. It could be really really difficult. So what? Coun- we do to to help. Well, I was thinking hard about this. And this is something I've been looking to observe in in my own school of Las fuse. Whenever new teachers joined what really helps is if your teacher in a school. And a new member of staff comes in maybe comes into the mass department or your English department, or whatever it is. I think it can be really helpful to talk to the kids about not teacher. And I it sounds that stupid this, but just to drop their naming conversations like Mr. Birch Bayh a teacher joined the school at Lasca, please. And Mr. Burke's into forty oh, Mr Bush those or or just to be seen. It sounds pathetic would just seen out and about with teacher break or at lunchtime in the corridor or something like that. What that does? I think anyway, is it shows the kids that that teacher belongs that that the new teacher is part of the fabric that they've got allies that one of the teachers now once they see that particularly if if. The scene with a well established teacher, then it just helps integration a bit more as opposed to what I see sometimes. And I've been I've been the victim of this. Sometimes when you go in that, and you feel very isolated yourself, and you feel about isolated from the staff, but you're also then isolated from from the kids, and you feel about a loner a bit of an outsider, and it can just make that transition even more difficult than than inevitably is going to be anyway. So I guess my thing to take away from this is the case hard enough being that new teacher myself and having experienced that are really know it is so that if I now see a new teacher join our school or join on departments or something like that. Or even if their student teacher, schools direct or something like that. If I can not only make them feel poverty palm. But make explicit make visual. So all the all the students see them as part of the team that I think he can really help ease that transition. He can make them seem. An established member of the team in the student size, which is really important to ease that Trump saga transition. So I was one of the biggest one that I've taken away from both David's book, and our conversation was this on peer groups. Now, whenever you say peer groups have a big influence. I mean that that's pretty obvious. But the number fifty percents the p groups can count the fifty percent of differences in IQ that surprised me it was it was that high. And again, it got me thinking, what was the takeaway that we'll can individual teachers themselves do about this. Well, I guess the most important thing is that they can create a culture within their own classrooms where learning and success of things to be celebrated is a case of trying to create that as the social norm because once that social norms established that that that being successful asking questions not being fearful of making mistakes doing home. Homework being proud when you achieve things if that can be the social norm that's incredibly influential on on on students 'cause students just like don't want to want to be accepted won't do is quite hard to be to be seen as different you want to kinda follow the group. And if the group is following this particular positive path, then it can be kind of self fulfilling prophecy that things just get battered bathroom batter. But we've all been in classes where that's not the case. And I've certainly told any many classes where you've got kind of disruptive groups of students and now have in kind of listen to David in readies book and try to dig that deep Princess, I'm thinking that that that those kind of groups need to be picked up on quickly and separated to try and stop it being a self affiliate prophecy the other way where he kind of feed off each other students were I'm not doing any work. I'm messing around will neither Milo, blah, blah, blah, blah, and guess worse and worse and worse and worse. So I think. Kind of not been not kind of settling on a seats in plan. If it turns out that there's a couple of groups who is just not working for. I'm being quite proactive and moving things around and could be something practical that teaches can do and also on that same thing. These quite common practice in a lot of schools there. If there's a particularly disruptive child in a class say to disruptive kids in a class to move one of those kids into another class. I'm not gonna work. It can work will both ways really it can work if the social norm in the class at the child's be moved into is strong enough, and positively of the child actually then adheres to that social they they start to realize. Okay. This is the way things are in this class. Best thought changing my mind cause otherwise going to be an outcast. But I've also seen it work. The other way round whether character is strong in off and populate often influential enough that they changed the social norm themselves and things start going the wrong way. So it's. There's no easy answer to this. But it's really made me appreciate the power and importance and significance of peer groups on children's learning. And it's something that I'm just going to be on the lookout for. And there's no harm fuss rule with how best to deal with it. But I can't just let it subtly cont. Let these kind of negative pig groups on the one hand kind of makes situations worse for each other. And at the same time, I want to harness the power of the positive pig. Route relationships to translate these positive social norms. It's going to be best for everyone. And the third thing. I just wanted to talk about briefly was this this concept of powerful knowledge on a mentioned this in the podcast that I'm going to try and think how this applies to to Mufamadi my own subject. Now in his David explains. The powerful knowledge is I'm going to quote here that which provides reliable explanations and a sound basis for making judgments about the world beyond the narrow limits of experiences now as they. Authenticated and in his INSEE in the conversation and also in he's book, you can kind of see how it's going to be the case for subjects like English and history. There was some knowledge. That's this going to teach kids about the world around the beyond the limits of that classroom experience, but what he starting mathematics, and we have a little bit of disagreements on the kind of why you do things and so on and so forth. I've been thinking long and hard about this for me. And the co gotta my to this is not a definitive answer by any stretch immagination. But for me, powerful -nology mathematics is is all about connections. I think maths is bad for students and students have a negative impression of mathematics when it seen as low to disconnect. Two chunks, right? Will learn in this this week will infractions this week next week will learn in Pythagoras next week. We're learning those just load a separate things for me powerful. -nology math is seeing how all the different areas of mouths connect together. How fractions connected decimals? Connect to percentages when negative numbers come into play. How connected to everything? So Matty, no longer seen as isolated topics. Now, a really simple way to do. This is just to harness the power into leaving or as Anna Nicole's it into weaving. So always look for petunias east and bring these high value topics like fractions decimals percents, she is negative algebra into all the topics that we stood. So these kids are always seeing the link always seeing that the thing that they learned last year or three years ago five years ago, it's coming back again because it's all connected Massey's, one wonderful connected subject together. So that's one way to harness interweaving, not needs Cafo curriculum, plumbing, Catholic Catholic scheme of work ordering to make sure that there's opportunities for this interweaving and also kaffa plumbing to make sure that those opportunities are taking a vantage off the topics answer in isolation that wants to basics of the topic of taught then these other high. Volley topics are woven in there. But also this ways to make these connections, and and harnessed this powerful knowledge and in other ways, so I'm going to be reflecting on this in my interview with with Alex quickly, which I've already recorded, but I'm going to be releasing next. But one podcast, and I'm going to be talking there about a new thing. I do when I'm introducing a topic. A new way to help students make connections a million. This is a bit of a teaser because I want you to listen to that episode because again is is is one of my favorite conversations. But I think by making these connections by showing students where things fit into the big picture of mathematics is that of isolated topics. That's when the knowledge that we give kids become powerful. Again. Just just my view on that one. And knew the thing I thought about you can see Hyde lots think about all this conversation is this struggle and failure. I find it fascinating. That David says that this has been a bit of a kind of failure. A culture developing 'em in teaching. That's something that I've certainly felt enough. I've spoken about at numerous workshops that I've been looking to to be invited to speak out. And you've got to get the culture right of calls. It a culture of era within the classroom where kids all afraid to admit mistakes bought for me. There's a fine line. You don't want kids struggling too much. If if everything's a struggle if the permanently asked to be outside of that conference own if the permanently finding things difficult, then you need some strong character to be willing to keep assistant in the face of concent-, struggling constant failure. And so for me that struggle has to come alongside success. I think kids are only willing to struggle. This is just just my view only willing to struggle on only willing to kind of put up with failure. If firstly they've tasted success in the past. And Secondly, they think that struggling failure is going to lead to more success in the future. After. So they've got to experience success and have the viewpoint that they can experience success again in the future. And also just going back to what dog lamb of spo- as talks about with this culture of error. One thing I've started doing now is making sure actually script Soma interactions, and they sounds a bit ridiculous. But particularly when a child's made a mistake, and I want to actually use that mistake and share it with the rest of the class because I'm pretty sure that if we don't get this tackled now, it could be a problem that just grows and grows and grows. I've got to be really careful in my interactions. Both with that students who's made the mistake. I'm also with the with the whole class themselves. So with that student, I'm going to say to them, Jim. And if I just borrow your work and show it to the rest of the class. And if they say to me, I've made a mistake. I'm going to be honest. I'm gonna say, yeah, you off and I'm not going to say, but I'm so pleased. You've made a mistake sounds quite patronizing. And that's not true. I'm not pleased that they got it wrong. Wrong. That's the wrong message. What I'm pleased about is. That thou willing to allow me to use the mistake that they've made to help them out on the rest of the class out. Saw make sure script my interactions in that way. Thank you so much Josh for allowing me to to share the mistake you've made with everybody because I'll tell you why you made it in this instance. But I reckon there's at least four or five other people don't make same thing if we can get a soil down. Now, it's going to be to the benefit of everybody song, really careful in the language that I use an will change with different kids in different classes. But I think a lot of time gets spent less employing thinking about the resources we use the questions that we ask the examples. All those things a fundamentally important bull. Certainly one thing I've not spending time thinking about over the years is the language that I use. And that's something that I think is fundamentally important something I'm going to be reflected on and working hard wrong over the. Weeks months and years. Finally, finally, we returned to load theory. And he's one of those things it's been a recurring theme in this podcast. Then we've got kind of extreme views on this. She get Greg Ashman who's a massive cognitive load theory advocates and listen to my to tease with Greg. If you wanna hear more about that. And then also we had Dr Jala Williams on recently. He's not quite a Musset cognitive load theory advocates fascinating to hear different viewpoints on this book just to take the slightly different. Tune on. I started thinking about contemplate theory and other aspects of my life outside of education. So, and I mentioned that I'm currently do not NATO classes me, and my wife, and I'm experiencing extreme cognitive overload trying to figure out to change not peace and use bottles and all this kind of soften all things after a member about safe sleeping positions for babies and all this kind of stuff. But also I've been thinking about comedy of load theory in terms of my interview in tecnique. I need to get better. At interview quite annoyed with myself at a couple of points, in my view with David and three the key point of the interview is was was trying to figure out what influences I q, and I was fascinated to to try to get to the bottom of parental influence. This is P group influence, but if you listen back to it, I was tempted to flip and try and call this hour edited to maybe sound bit batter kind of bundle three or four questions into one. I asked David to reflect onto quotes than us then everything closely big question about how schools can harness the power of PA groups without I dig into what effect pig reaps. Have why parents have no effect beyond the certain age and all this kind of stuff. So it's all well and good using cognitive load theory when I'm teaching, but I need to start using it a bit more in terms of incident and stuff. So I'm making a pledge hero making this public. So you can listen out C is Lee stick to this. I'm gonna try an atom is my question. Atomised interview, I'm going to try and break questions down into into smaller kind of Aries. So that the personal interview and can focus on that one area before then build it up to the next and build it up to the next Bill tonight's, although is it's too much from the gas. It's too much for the listener and sold and so forth so annoyed about myself about but I'm going to turn into a positive. I'm going to try and loom from it. Anyway, I think off takeaways Fennell flipping sorry for banging on so much. There was the so much high to think about as older amaze me to do is offer a few. Thank you. So I thank you to podcast dot com for the lovely jazzy music throughout the show. I'm massive Funke's to David died out. Absolutely move talking to David his books wonderful strongly advise, you check it out to be a link to it in the show along with all the all the things we discussed about David big three as well. On the Massey. Thank you to you, the listener keep it on tuning into these podcasts. I'm trying to brunch outside of my comfort zone with with interview in English, teachers and primary school teachers and silence. Oh, fourth. I hope you enjoy these kind of episodes where we go a bit difference. And then of course, I have to bring it back in off some months teaches on gossamer absolutely fascinating guests lined up over the next few weeks. And if you joy these podcasts do me to favors that'd be amazing one leave a quick review or rating or wherever you get your podcast from. And it just helps more people find these shows. And Secondly, if you've got a colleague doesn't listen to this podcast. I mean, firstly what are you doing hanging around with them? Secondly, maybe to get them on board. Why don't suggest one of you favorite episodes? It. Maybe this one with David died maybe Dylan William and maybe Dr Helen Williams. It may be daisy Christodoulou could be Chris bowl to pick a favorite episode and recommend that they listen to it. It might just get them on board. Anyway, I'm gonna show sold. Now. Thanks so much for listening. You take care of yourselves of buying.