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"corpus" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"corpus" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"The corpus clock is a kind of stop you in your tracks with your mouth wide open kind of sight. To start with it's huge. Its face is 5 feet in diameter. It's golden with ripples that catch the light. And instead of numbers, it has slits, which light up to tell you the hour the minute the second. And then of course, there is the insect sitting on top. It's over a foot long with metal hairs, sharp teeth, waspish wings, and a stinger. And it's spindly legs turn the clock slightly every second, making time literally march on. In historic city, it's an understatement to say that this clock sticks out. I'm not a great fan of modern art. And yet I say you shouldn't complain about something unless you can do something better. That is Doctor John C Taylor. He's an inventor with 400 patents to his name and entrepreneur, and a recipient of the Order of the British Empire. One of the highest honors a British civilian can achieve. He's also the creator and benefactor of the corpus clock. His own offering to the modern art world. Doctor Taylor grew up in the shadow of World War II. His father was an inventor himself and had created special fabrics and upgraded parachutes for the Royal Air force. Some of Taylor's fondest memories are watching his father in the workshop. Because after the war, it was made to in mind, many people had a grandfather clock, which had seized up and it was just stood in the corner, not going. And they'd bring them to my father, and he would take them all carefully to pieces. And have a jam jars and put all the parts in order, clean them, polish all their pivots and reassemble them and then wind them up and off they'd go. And that's what amazed me that these bag of bits when they put together became a live clock. As an adult, doctor Taylor built on his father's work, creating among many things, the mechanism which turns an electric kettle off once it's reached the right temperature, and he also contributed technology to the beloved British car the Jaguar. He was featured on a dang posted stamp. And then there's this. I had the pleasure of having Neil Armstrong as my co-pilot. Doctor Taylor actually flew the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. In his own plane. Apparently, Armstrong wanted to visit Taylor and see his clock collection. Because, like he said before, doctor Taylor loves clocks. He was so obsessed with them. That he decided to commission the corpus clock for a million pounds and donate it to his Alma mater. Corpus Christi college at Cambridge University. Hello, I'm John Taylor, and this is the corpus clock. I wanted to create a new and a different way of showing time. Doctor Taylor definitely succeeded in making a new way of telling time. He named the insect on top of the clock, the chronophage, which means time eater in Latin, and its jaws open and close to show the creature eating time as the minutes pass. The ripples on the face of the clock were apparently created by making underwater explosions in a secret military research facility in Amsterdam. I wish I could tell you more. And.
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports
Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees
"AP sports I'm John other big curry Irving said a new nets NBA record on Tuesday night he scored a career high sixty points to the Brooklyn to a one fifty one await win over Orlando presidential scored twenty one points and Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven of the first for the NC double a tournament will face number one seed Kansas in the first round trace Jackson Davis led the way with twenty nine points for Indiana Hoosiers beat Wyoming sixty six fifty eight they'll face sweet memories of the opening round of Thursday import left the road Rogers is officially signed a contract extension through the two time reigning MVP remains in Green Bay the team announced extension Tuesday without releasing terms and I fell network reports Rogers will make one hundred fifty million dollars over the next three years and the Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a one hundred sixty eight million dollar deal over eight years I'm John other pick AP sports
Indiana tops turnover-prone Wyoming in First Four 66-58
"The Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds surreal environment I've always dreamed about playing in this tournament and finally just being able to live out that dream and just perform at the highest level I I'm she truly grateful sixpence Jordan Monomoy added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam
Windsor Police Arrest Protesters Who Remained at US-Canada Bridge
"So a good rule for governance is that the more decentralized the form of government, the less centralized it is, generally the more free the people are. Why? Well, because in order for the central kind of authority to be successful, is they must be right 100% of the time. Where if they're wrong, then you're wrong for everybody. This is what Louis Brandeis called the laboratories of democracy. Now there's been plenty of instances in the past where president suspended writs of habeas corpus, like Abraham Lincoln did. Now the justification was that we were at war against a power, a Civil War. Now, Canada, we got our Canadian history here, was actually founded by the British Parliament, so that totally proves my point. That it wasn't the states that came together and created a federal project, it was a foreign power that came and created the federal project. And so Canadians and their history and their culture, they don't really know how to deal with this sort of encroachment on their freedoms and liberties. Well, Windsor police on Sunday started arresting protesters, blocking the ambassador bridge. I'm reading from the post millennial. Up to 30 protesters had been arrested, most of whom were charged with criminal mischief. Police also seized 5 vehicles from protesters and 7 vehicles were towed Saturday. Police started detaining protesters after a judge ordered them to leave the ambassador bridge some protesters moved away on their own as police approached. Sunday morning. So the emergencies act is an act of parliament to authorize the taking of special temporary measures to ensure safety and security during national emergencies. So the British Parliament created Canada and then Canada has remained subservient. To the power ever since. So what's going on in Ottawa remains to be seen? But the push by Trudeau to get rid of these protesters crush them and early is very clear.
Joe Biden Signs $768 Billion Defense Bill
"Signed this 768 billion defense spending bill, it includes 2.7% pay raises for the troops. Top Democrats have long advocated for the closure, of course, of the U.S. Navy base in Cuba, Guantanamo Bay, this bill would not allow that. This bill does not provide the funding for relocation. In a statement by argued that two sections of the bill barring the use of federal funds to transfer detainees to certain foreign nations or to the U.S. unless specific conditions are met unduly impairs the ability of the executive branch to determine when and where to prosecute Guantanamo Bay detainees and where to send them upon release. The president added, in some circumstances these provisions could make it difficult to comply with the final judgment of a court that has directed the release of a detainee on a writ of habeas corpus, eliminate these restrictions as soon as possible the president ask. I don't know why the Democrats are so sat on eliminating Guantanamo Bay. If you end up in prison on this, this island, you've done something pretty bad.
Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Their Battle to Save America's Soul With Brian Kilmeade
"I'm talking to Brian kilmeade, author of the president and the freedom fighter, and you just shared something that I really was I never thought about this. So when Lincoln is elected in 1860, a number of states had seceded. First South Carolina 6 more. Okay, and so that's before his inauguration. Before he gets to The White House. Okay, so he's elected. They secede. And then on the assumption he's going to free the slaves and they're not going to deal with it. And he says to get them back into the union, he says you can have your slaves. Thirteenth Amendment could be yours. Okay, so that's the freed slaves. You could be enslaved. And so exactly how did that go? So obviously you said that Frederick Douglass feels betrayed. So it took him some time. I mean, it's kind of funny because you get this with Lincoln. He takes off everybody and at some point, right? And a real conservative today would say suspending habeas corpus. I don't know. You know, it's like it's very interesting that real leadership will do that. It will take off everybody in a way. But so for a while, it seems to me that Frederick Douglass must have not been very pleased with him. Absolutely not. And then when he brings up colonization to solve the problem of the African Americans in America, he say, listen, we made a big mistake. It happened before we were born. So can we send you back? So he invites newspapers, all the press with him, like selective members of the press. And he brings in African American leaders, doesn't invite Douglas. And he says, made a big mistake. Obviously, blacks and whites can't live together, and it's part of this part of the reason this is the reason for the war. So I would like to make you an offer give you plenty of money to go back to Central and South America or wherever you want to go. Douglas, everyone in South America or Africa. Africa, too. He said you could go wherever you wanted to go. We will send you. So we will free you and let you go. Absolutely out of the country. Out of the country. And this bothered Douglas. Beyond by these, I'm an American. I don't want to go anywhere. Where am I born? I'm born here. You got to send me elsewhere. Since when camp blacks and whites get together, remember, and I haven't brought this up yet, but they have another similarity. They both read this book called the Colombian orator. The Columbian order teaches how to speak publicly, teach how to hold yourself and also has great essays from these people like Cicero, Socrates, George Washington, people in our past, and they're thinking big and grandiose. So you wonder why that speech worked at 28? Lincoln's been reading every day since 7. That's right and envisioning himself on that level without the cockiness and ego with the humility to know that it may be what he was capable
'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God
"Science. It's nothing less than astonishing. When you realize that the idea, most of us have heard in our lifetimes that faith and science are at odds, is not even slightly true. It is in fact the opposite. It's hard for us to shift our paradigms. But we need to, as I said, I write about it a lot in my new book. But a friend Michael gillan, we've had him on before, has a new book out on the very same subject called believing is seeing. He's a real scientist. Michael gill and welcome. Hey, Eric, it's so good to see you again, my brother. Looking forward to our conversation. It's great. It's great to see you and to talk to you. I love talking about all this stuff, especially with somebody who knows about it the way you do. You really came to faith later in life. You had been hostile to faith. And now you're writing books, explaining to people that faith and science are friends and that this is a lie that they're at odds. In the book you talk about how the latest discoveries in neuroscience physics astronomy, mathematics. Point to faith in many ways. Talk about that because I mean, what do you mean when you say neuroscience? I'm not even sure, do I know what neuroscience is? Signs of the brain. Yeah, yeah. It's a study of the brain and, you know, I remember when I was at ABC News, I did a story on the Harvard brain bank, which is the largest repository of human brains. I think in the world, certainly in the nation. So I went there. It's Ian Massachusetts, not too far from Harvard. I was also teaching at Harvard at the time, so it was convenient for me. And I remember being able to hold, they allowed me to hold a human brain in my hands. And even to this day, Eric, it was just a really weird feeling to think, you know, this is the essence of what we call humanity, if you will. Never mind discussions about soul and the spirit. I mean, this is where our personalities. This is where we reside in this two, three pound brain. And the human brain is made up of two hemispheres, the right and the left. And a lot of studies have been done on that. And I talk in the book about I think it was in the 70s when scientists physicians started treating patients with epilepsy by severing the corpus callosum, which is the cable like it's a very thick cable of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres. And what they found was that when they, when they cut the two hemispheres, when they separated the two hemispheres like that, the epileptic seizures stopped. Not entirely but to a great degree. But there were some interesting side effects. And that's what I deal with in the book because ultimately I connect that research to my exploration of faith. It's a little bit complicated and we couldn't do it justice here, but I will say this much that when you when you look at these what we call split brain patients, these are patients whose hemispheres have been separated. They there's a lot of interesting side effects. For example, why quote one woman who goes grocery shopping, she's a split brain patient. And she finds that the two hands when she's reaching for groceries or putting groceries in the basket, they fight one another. And what I explain in the book is that what we've discovered from split brain patients is that our two hemispheres are basically at war with one
Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas
"Early this morning. Hurricane nicholas made landfall near the town of sergeant texas that's on the central texas coast between galveston and corpus christi. The category one hurricane is bringing heavy rains and seventy five mile an hour winds to that area. A couple of tornadoes are also possible now. The storm is headed toward galveston and houston. The millions of people who live there and nearby are expected to get up to fifteen inches of rain which could cause life threatening flooding authorities have been busy the last couple of days setting up barricades and getting high water rescue vehicles ready just in case some schools along the texas gulf coast are closed today including those in the houston school district and many cove in nineteen testing and vaccination sites have had to shut down for now. People in that area are being told to stay off the roads to avoid risking their own lives or the lives of first responders forecasters say hurricane nicholas will keep moving across southeast texas today and should make it to south western louisiana by tomorrow.
Political Analyst Boris Epshteyn: Biden Is Mandating Vaccines to Cover up His Mess in Afghanistan
"You agree with. I mean you're a legal person. You're you're qualified fancy georgetown lawyer. You're not just a political maven. Yesterday has to be one of the worst infringements of our civil rights since habeas corpus was suspended. No absolutely shocking absolutely unacceptable. It is it. Is it honestly something that is beyond the pale to degree which is is is tough to comprehend. Except for the fact that we've got a guy in the oval office who is so out of touch. Who's so fat close. Who is so pathetic to these two in his. He's doing it to cover up for the people he had killed and afghanistan. That is what joe biden is doing. And there's absolutely disgusting. This government overreach is unacceptable. It's got no place. It is sad. It's disjointed but this is today's democrats are that is why i've been saying this to you. Even before last year's election the democrats are becoming the marginal party because they pushed through ideas. Like this tony voucher with his sycophant of of of joe biden is also sad. Of course we always knew. There's just a lib who's set on making sure that the american people lose their livelihoods lose their jobs which he's the one that needs to be fired for lying blatantly lying to the american public about about funding gain of function research in china. We now know that for a fact. How would you still has javed's shocking heist allowed to go on tv shocking but the but the over arching takeaway from this action if even if you could call it an accent from this criminality. Our different joe biden is that he doesn't understand the constitution. Here's an interesting. The american america white actually qualifies off. It is the handlers of joe biden. Who don't understand the constitution the american way and they've got it all wrong in the american people will not back down. They're not going accept
From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06
"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's
Ishan Misra on Self-Supervised Deep Learning
"What is self supervised learning and may be even give the the bigger basics of what is supervised and semi supervised learning and may be wise self supervised learning a better term than unsupervised supervising. Let's start with supervised learning so typically for machine learning systems. The they're trained. Is you get a bunch of humans. The humans point out particular concept. So if it's in the case of images you weren't the humans to come and tell you what is the president and the image dropbox on them draw. Mosques reflecting pixels vision of particular categories not for. Nlp again there are lots of these particular tasks say about sentiment analysis about endangerment and so on so typically for supervised learning we get a big corpus of such annotated or label data and then we feed that system and the system is really trying to mimic. So it's taking this input of data and then trying to mimic the output. So it looks at an image and humanist dog that this image contains a banana and now the system is basically trying to mimic that. That's it's learning signal and so for supervised learning. We tried to gather lots of data and we train these machine learning models to imitate the input-output and the hope is basically by doing so. Now an unseen or like new kinds of data this mortar can automatically to predict these concepts. So this is a standard of supervise setting for semi supervised setting. The idea. typically is that you have of course all of the supervise data but you have lots of other data which is unsupervised which is like not labeled now the problem basically to learning and by you actually have all of these alternate sort of learning paradigm supervised building. This just does not skill so if you look at for computer vision. The largest one of the most popular data sets his image it right so the entire data set has about two thousand concepts
Meadows 2-out, 2-Run Single in 9th, Rays Beat Orioles 5-4
"The rays pulled out a five four win over the Orioles on Austin meadows two out two strike two run single in the bottom of the ninth I know the situation right there you know he doesn't like anything given that you know runs as corpus bases loaded so for me just continue sounds fastball it but again there's good about as I as I could and he's able to throw in there and I was able to you know put a plate on that implant when you do that good things happen many roads Reina homered twice and had a key single in the ninth as Tampa Bay won for the tenth time in thirteen games comic you work two scoreless innings for the win Tanner Scott was a loser the birds loss came after they announce a pitcher Keegan aching and outfielder Anthony sometime there were placed on the call the nineteen injured list I'm Dave Ferrie
SyncFloor CEO Kirt Debique on Connecting Music to E-Commerce
"So see first couple of days or is up top for for connecting all sorts of people website services applications into an amazing beautiful corpus of commercial independent that platform we've used to implement serve to applications. One of them is is what you see when you go to seek dot com which is a marketplace of commercial music for use in film tv. He ads podcasts games etc etc. And so there. We sort of target professionals producers editors exercisers that type of thing they come to that market based to that site and they're able to do a search very intuitive fund productive search which is built on technology that he developed his now. Pathogen called natural language music search. They can use that are discovering that forest to find music that matches the creative that they care about to lift their narratives in their productions. We also built another application called sauce. Podcasters icon which is more specifically to people who are independent podcasters. Small business podcasters of things like that and there you can think of it as taking sort of what you built. Missing comments simplifying it for that. Particular removing some of the knox and making it sort of more customized to that point on that platform enables really greet technology. Very akin to what shop does for people who want to do digital retail. We allow our commercial independent music labels publishers etc to have their own storefronts built our technology for research so they can have sort of stores integrated into their deleted website. They can actually have different aspects of that. We decided to give up part of the you can directly. Connect artists are directly to salt gauges for specific commerce. Offer licensing
Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK
"Despite the good weather and the com- see at not always been harmonious g seven summit in corpus bay. A row has erupted between boris. Johnson and french president emmanuel macron who in a heated discussion about sausages and post brexit trading difficulties reportedly said that northern ireland was not part of the same country as the rest of the u. k. The foreign secretary spoke to andrew more about the incident. So far as you're aware we've spoken to prime minister. I'm sure did president. Matra franz describe northern ireland's being not a proper full part of the uk when you forgive me if i don't divulge the The detail of what was discussed behind closed doors. This and actually i would. I can tell you there. Is you figures here in carb's bay but frankly for months now and years have characterized the woman that under somehow separate country and that is wrong. It is a failure to understand the facts. It is a failure to appreciate what speaking around northern ireland in those times and approaching the issue of the northern ireland protocol in those terms does causes damage to businesses from both communities in northern ireland. Creates deep consternation. And we wouldn't talk about catalonia in barcelona in barcelona or corsica and france in those ways. What we want now is a flexible approach which looks at all of the provisions in the northern ireland protocol not just those that protect the eu but those that protect free flow between trade between great britain and ireland. The ball is in the us court. The pm was very clear about it. We're willing to be flexible and matic. They must come back with the reciprocal goodwill to make
"corpus" Discussed on Jimmaa Attorney FM, WAAGJ FM
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"corpus" Discussed on Jimmaa Attorney FM, WAAGJ FM
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The Disappearance of Jennifer Fay: A Three Decade Mystery
"Jennifer fay case was broadcast on a national outlet. I don't know if it was america's most wanted or unsolved mysteries but it was somewhere out there. The jennifer fay team had hotline and they got two calls one from louisiana. The other one from california both saying the same thing that i think i know who you're looking for and she is in louisiana so the team started looking into and they started noticing that the mystery woman's started at the age of sixteen at about the same time the jennifer's history disappear. So that makes sense the. She looks similar to what they think. Jennifer would look like today and her handwriting even look at the handwriting and and that was similar So the the jennifer fait team here massachusetts contacted. Private is down in corpus christi. Because the information was this woman married somebody who was in the navy and that person relocated from louisiana to corpus christi. They found the house and they had somebody watched this woman and And then they reported. I think the shot some video and sent it back and showed the pi team. The team's doing all this work dotty has no idea what's going on. And they debated whether or not they should tell her where they didn't want to get her hopes up and they were not one hundred percent convinced they just thought it looked good and they did get to the point where they said to daddy. This is what we're thinking about. We want to bring you down. We want you to see this for yourself. That's fox twenty. Five reporter bob ward. He's been working the jennifer fake case. Anybody over twenty years. We also have the chance to talk to charlie castro michelle littlefield to private investigators who've been working the case for well over a decade as you heard at the beginning of the episode. Charlie was in corpus christi with jen's mom dottie and jen's aunt he tells us more about the information that led him to believe that this girl might be jennifer
Another SpaceX Starship explodes in test flight
"A fourth starship rocket prototype for elon. Musk's spacex launch company exploded after a test flight. On tuesday morning in south texas with previous test flights space x flu starship model s n eleven over six miles high above the city facility about one hundred and eighty miles south of corpus christi. The rocket then collided on wing flaps. Back to the launch pad. Heavy fog and problems with video feed made it unclear. Exactly what happened. But a spacex engineer confirmed the explosion.
Naval training jet crashes near Orange Grove
"To Navy pilots are hospitalized following a plane crash in South Texas. The military says the jet went down into some ranch land this afternoon in the Orange Grove area northwest of Corpus Christi. It's believed the pilots were able to eject before the plane crashed. Not known if they were seriously
Kane’s 399th Goal Pushes Chicago Blackhawks Past Columbus Blue Jackets
"What kind of a frustrating night If you watch the blue Jackets and basketball Buckeyes has both teams go down this Blue Jackets update a service of Buckeye Express Logistics services. Jackets lose their third and roll fall in Chicago to nothing. It was a scoreless game until Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks fired winning past Joonas Corpus Saddle midway through the third period. They I said with a last minute empty netter first time this season, the jacket have been shut out there now. 88 5 on the year and hit the road for games and Nashville tomorrow and
"corpus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Little Door Dash is available at participating restaurants for 67 right now cloudy some scattered a light rain 70 degrees 8 34 at news radio 1200 W away. I Water. Rescue teams along the Gulf Coast are on standby as tropical Storm beta threatens to bring heavy rains to Texas. The storm is expected to make landfall late tonight between Galveston and Corpus Christi near Matagorda Bay. Beta is packing maximum sustained winds of 50 MPH, moving it a little more than five MPH about 100 miles south of Galveston. And could produce a damaging storm surge. Brazoria County has issued a voluntary evacuation. The county judge Matt Sebesta, doesn't expect too much damage most of the homes Down. All of the islands are elevated, and we're not expected to see any type of storm surge. It's from effect getting water in those structures. City of Galveston officials issued a voluntary evacuation order on Saturday ahead of the storm. Many residents have elected to stay believing that beta will not have nearly the impact of a major hurricane. Many business owners have taken a major head to the cove. It 19 pandemic and this busy hurricane season and concerns about the latest tropical storm. Beta brings another hurdle. Donna Towns and owner of Legend Saloon just reopened her business and is worried that this storm could set her back once again. Assume as you see anything that says hurricane we know about Harvey Your skin just starts to crawl and you're like, Oh, please, not another one. Please, Please, please towns and says she's going to continue to serve our customers. But we'll be keeping an eye on the storm as she sits directly in its path. Governor Greg Abbott's relax covert 19 restrictions enter the next phase starting today. On Thursday, the governor said some businesses including retail side's restaurants, manufacturers,.
"corpus" Discussed on KTRH
"A well. Good morning, everyone. It is seven o'clock. We're also in the middle of Hurricane coverage for Hurricane Hannah. Like what? Only category one always judging by that, But this is mostly impacting in Corpus Christi and surrounding areas out that but we will get to rain bands out of this and what those rain bands come some tornado action occasionally and so be prepared for that, as we might be broken into here on guard line. With the Emergency alert system because of what Hannah hath brought down along the Texas Gulf Coast. So, uh again. Good morning. Here's our phone number You bring in your garden line questions right now. Katie is on the board fully right now. So if you get put on, hold your in, let me explain that to your in We will get to you. But as Katie is learning how the garden calls come in and still having to produce the show and the news, the top bottom they are. You may be on hold for a couple of minutes. Just keep that in mind, But once you're in you're in, we will get to you. We'll get you processed. Get you up on the board. At 713 to 1 to Katie, right. And when you do talk to Katie, the producer of the bulletin board off the call screener. He just needs to know your first name. What part of town Your calling. Come try to be specific. What part of the United States had called from try to be specific. And then with Katy, just one sentence or less. What do you want to talk to me in detail about? And speaking of detail. We were talking to Blake in Jersey Village. The tail end right before the 1st 1 came down today and I wanted him to understand, And I'm kind of talking everybody else, but I brought Blake back up. Again. Good morning, Blake. Morning. I need you to go get the chinch Bug tip sheet. Read that the sod Web warm tip. She read that there's a distinct difference If you go out and you see moths. You've got sod Web forms. If you don't see maws, and I'm talking to everybody out there And you're seeing this kind of yellowing kind of just random. Nothing very specific in the shape of the yellowing happening. It's more likely change bugs. If you had any kind of irrigation problems. It's most likely chinch bugs to the rest of you out there having yelling. There have been I seen a couple of cases where people have tried to send in pictures of the last couple weeks where it looks like it is early onset brown patch. So if you have a lot of green grass in the middle of some of this stuff, and just like the young edges or yellow The outer perimeter of that kind of circle or pattern is yellow. But you know, on the inside, it's just a mix of dead and green. You probably do have early onset brown patch. The simplest way to cure that, and keep the healthy soil going is to put compost top dressing in those areas because when we put liquid fungicides out, and we've already been doing compost, we're defeating the purpose of the beneficial bacteria and the beneficial fungal spores that come with the leaf mould compost kind of naturally take care of a fungal disease like brown patch. So about that cover everything for you. Yes, And the reason why I was confused and the question of Nixon. Imagine the insecticide with the fungus eyes, insecticide and fun. Decide. I don't have the problem. That's not the issue. But if you did the compost top dress, and then you do a fungicide You've now defeated the purpose of of the compost. Right? And and and that's what I was basically curious because it is. Ah, Lucien, I would think it was the fungus I'd issue because I did have, like the horseshoe shaped ring, dug it out of compost in it. Let it kind of marriage for the wild and What do you got in there with the eyes of my more composed and and that that new sod spots are starting to go downhill, and I'm getting two dead grass with the few green in the middle of that new thought. And that was more the fungus aspect. But then when I'm alone when I'm in the mall, so I put down the stuff, and then one thing, even though the tip she does emphasized like the liquid insecticide for sod Web forums three times over the two weeks I have no problem with you, adding I'm kind of in between that a liquid bt because if there are worms, caterpillars doing damage Still, that's what does the damage in there not the malls, but the eggs, they lay to become a little tiny, warmer caterpillar. The liquid. Bt will take care of that in between, so I'd also if you saw the sod, Web or mosque, I would invest in a little bit of liquid Beatty as well. All right. So I put them down on Tuesday and I'm gonna do it. Ah, two more times the next two weeks and then From there, and maybe that will get me back. And you don't have to wait the full seven days. You could do that. I'd like day five. Okay? Often it for and where are you from? Because your area we got. We had fun with your area code. It's Florida, right? Yeah, that opens before I'm originally from unable Ford, but I live in the Houston our military. Welcome to Houston. I think they're an experiment now also emphasized to him Go follow us on Facebook if you're new to garden line, and that was the start of his phone call last are very new Guard one new to Houston, But he's trying to follow the schedule. One of the other things you got to do. Besides get our weekly email tips from Katie dot com. You sign up for that today, too, is follow us on Facebook because we're posting something Don't say every day, but there are some days we have several post each day and definitely do more postings on Facebook and like I just did. I just showed you all the picture What this studio looked like, three years ago, courtesy of our good friend Nikki Courtney. She was the news mom during that time, and she made sure we all had instant access to the information we needed as we were all anchoring the news coverage during Hurricane Harvey. So that's fun thing to look at. Bring back a memory or two. And if you are interested in following us from that point on, just do that. Feels you'll get the announcements whenever we post anything, so anybody it's been following us up until a few minutes ago, They got the announcement that that post of what the studio look like three years ago. It's fun. This is getting a little bit of a kick out of that. This is the garden and that's ah, our old friend Joey Griffin in the background. I do believe you can see Joey G over in the background as he was the producer during that time. It's so funny. You remember back then Callem as Joey G. He basically was so brand new maybe had month or two months under his belt workin at Kate and he got stuck here because of the coverage and people couldn't get out. So he was living here for a couple of weeks and just producing and producing improves employee Tell you what he earned his stripes, then. As well. This is the garden line. If you've got a question, give us a call. We only have one open line. We're going to get to as many calls as possible. Next segment 713 to 1 to Katie Rich. That's 713 to 125874 We're going to get some rain out of this. We're going to get some rain out of it. That's a good thing, but what it doesn't do. It doesn't fix a foundation problem that was already existing. Right when you have foundation problems, and you saw cracks in the brick veneer, big fissures in the soil outside of the foundation. If you had some doors and windows that weren't opening and closing properly anymore. Those were all telltale signs. You have a foundation problem. This rain will mask it will not fix it. It only temporarily mask it so Don't consider an emergency that you have to call right now and get him out in an hour. But if you had those issues prior to these rains coming in, you still owe it to yourself. You owe it to your house to have Atlas Foundation repair coming out and take a look. They'll do an examination. Free of charge doesn't cost you a penny to have them do their analysis and 2025% of the homes they look at. Do not need foundation repair work. That's peace of.
"corpus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Beach house on the moon might be the only place you're going to be able to find to be to know what you find a beach house. Just a matter of what you do with it when you find it If you're on your way to new aces County as we speak. You might want to pull over to the side of the road. Listen to what I have to say, and decide whether you want to continue that trick or not. Yesterday. We told you that new Oasis County Judge Barbara Canalis said something that she said she did not believe that she would ever hear herself say. She's asking for a coastal distant thing. Basically saying, Don't come down to Corpus Christi. Port Aransas, New Oasis County. We got problems. Now we mentioned earlier. You're hot spots in this country are Texas, Arizona and Florida. Question. What's the hottest hot spot? In the state of Texas. I'm going to go Rio Grande. No best bet would have been gone with what I was talking about account. You okay? Yeah, that's it. Maur, the highest number. This is from Corpus Christie's city manager Peter Zenoni. We are. Unfortunately, the county that has the highest number of new cases every day for 100,000 population. Wow. Well, we know why. We all know that testing is weeks behind. Yes, they tell us to. I promise you. It's longer than that. So you had Memorial Day. Then you had the entire month of June. Then they close down the beaches July 4th weekend. They've been open since then. Well, not now they're not. Kind of Beginning today and through August 1st. And subject to change. Vehicles. Are banned from Port Aransas and Corpus Christi beaches. Vehicles are banned on Port Aransas and Corpus Christi beaches until August 1st You could go to the beach, and that includes those golf cars that you were a vehicle. I don't know about a bicycle, but it is kind of hard to carry the pop up beer cooler. And you know the washer boards and the horseshoes and everything else on a bicycle. It has to be done. What else are you going to do? Again that could it could get worse. And it could change And right now, you, Khun go to the beach, but you have to basically walk there. We were planning a trip. While we're still planning a trip First week of August, he was supposed to be Jamaica and now it's Port Aransas. She What difference is that? I like the Port Aransas. But We were going to stay at my brother in law's condo. It again We can't get from. We can't get all the stuff we need from the condo to the beach walking walking. That's impossible. I could make the walk, but we can't get the stuff. They're so even poetry. Even work Guest actually won't work on her own. I don't want to take credit for bossing her around. And found a. You know a place I can't matter. Which one It was, but where we can walk from the establishment to the beach, OK? Yeah, so least we've got that going. We're going to pretend that we're in Jamaica. We'd reggae, a red stripe. Be hard to duplicate the buffet that morning breakfast, but I don't know how we're gonna pull that off. And I don't think they have you. No palm trees? No, no, and the water's a little little little different in color. And that's the whole story in itself. The what was a planned Jamaica trip more on that coming up United States and China at it again, We'll get an update from bills in for coming up at 7 40 Are you ready for a new vehicle High and.
"corpus" Discussed on AP News
"Today at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi is terrorism related FBI supervisor Leah Greaves says a man tried to drive through that gate shot and wounded a security officer he was able to put up a barrier to stop him other sailors fatally shot the suspect now the FBI is checking to see if anyone else was involved and if you see something say something Johns Hopkins university's reporting more than five million people around the world have been infected with the new corona virus more than three hundred thirty thousand have died president trump is ordering U. S. flags at half staff to honor virus victims he thanked workers today in a Michigan Ford plant that's been repurposed to make ventilators he says he did wear a mask the president's refused to wear one in public telling aides it makes him look weak as reporters and cameras watched Ford executives guide the president he was the only one not wearing a mask but says he had earlier my master pulling a White House branded one out of his pocket I had one on before I went in the back area he says he didn't want to give reporters the pleasure of seeing it Ford requires everyone in its factories to wear masks it says executive chairman bill Ford encouraged the president to wear one when he arrived and the president did make ani Washington earlier the president blasted states that are encouraging absentee balloting he alleges that leads to fraud in Georgia the man who videotaped the shooting death of jogger Ahmad armory is being charged with murder and attempted imprisonment stocks were lower today two point four million Americans filed for unemployment last week daytime Emmy nominations have been announced General Hospital Alex Trebek and Kelly Clarkson are among those honored this is APNews president trump's former lawyer is now out of jail released early because of the virus wearing a surgical mask and a baseball cap attorney Michael Cohen arrived at his Manhattan apartment building in the morning after he was released from a prison in Otisville New York he removed boxes of legal documents from the trunk of a car a uniformed doormen at the luxury residence carried them into the lobby on a luggage cart Cohn who pleaded guilty to tax charges campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress began serving his sentence last may he had been scheduled to remain in prison until November twenty twenty one I actually out there a statue of the late rock and roll legend Little Richard is expected to be installed outside his childhood home in Macon Georgia Richard Wayne Penniman died may ninth in Nashville at the age of eighty seven he was laid to rest this week in Alabama hi Jackie Quinn APNews coronavirus update I Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump announced U. S. flags will be flown at half staff over the next three days to honor Kobe nineteen victims the U. S. death toll has surpassed ninety five thousand earlier trump toured a Ford plant in Michigan he criticized governors who choose to keep strict virus restrictions they should be further along than they are and they really they should not be doing what they're doing he says the government will soon post safety guidelines for re opening churches another two point four million Americans applied for jobless benefits according to the labor department stocks closed lower the food and drug administration is cracking down on scores of antibody tests that have not been proven to work Michelle Obama's among those paying tribute to a former White House Butler who's died from covert nineteen she says Wilson German who began in the Eisenhower administration showed kindness and care to her family hi Jackie Quinn thank.
"corpus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Happen do it George Corpus Christi Texas Hey George hi George real quick the question is is intention what drives consciousness and reincarnation but look you little compliment you your intention of helping so many makes you think of a think of you as well like a light worker and union so much good with all your guests in this wonderful lady you have on to she's very astute and very knowledgeable but thank you so much for all the years I've been listening to you and all this on the radio thank you George while my first book was called worker in the light about noon but he had a fall but do you know Kim back to George with intention it does work in the right ways doesn't absolutely I got so taken by George complimenting you on that George tell me your question again please he's gone he's gone hello John I was learning ideology is so much because that's such a powerful powerful practice right there was that beautiful knowledge he was going to start the dollar gene you win any mention that to star on the show now is perfect and I love that he did that that was that was great knowledge in a statement very important piece of spiritual practice that I'd seen many people shifted their availability to he they started knowledge in themselves and people can really build a field to the receiving more comes from when they start to see themselves rightly not from ego from their heart based and I'm gonna take that bike she just gave me a beautiful gift right there when I start you ticket which is beautiful let's go to Denver Colorado Michaels with us Hey Mike go ahead good morning thank you so much for my call and it can thank you so much for all of your work you need you've really done a great interview here tonight I believe here hi I'm on the show I think yes how lucky am I am so glad yeah but seriously I mean I hope to hear you again I in prostate ord for having you on I did have a comment in the question tonight so you know it's interesting when we talk about this virus it's really made me kind of focus more have to focus more on myself because I was so used to focusing on on sports and things going on in the outside world be distracting myself in what these viruses dons it's really made me focus on my own spirituality in kind of where I'm at in my life so I think it's just something to reflect on all mini Kim my question for you tonight was white your experiences with the Dalai Lama how how did you use those to kind of work on your own spirituality in any case you may have bearable I love that it can I can I comment as well on your comments sure so MLK right it is going to die on the show I'm I'm I'm loving and appreciating that years catching what I think is so brilliant for us to all catch right now is that in this time that we are still you know the question their gifts that are being cultivated within our school if we can allow them to be birth right now so you taking this time to go inward in knowing that who I'm raising the vibration of where I live in my spiritual world are part of our opportunities to go back out into the world I keep seeing is coming back out of our spaces but during the gifts that we cultivated in those quiet times whether it was a deeper level and practiced in meditation are spiritual practices or connecting with their family and then letting them forever more so I thank you for making that comment so much so now the Dalai Lama I had a blessing to go to a for Michael Beckwith and I went to peace conference calling the Dalai Lama in Italy and it was a life changing moment for me as you can imagine because it was a small gathering less than two hundred people I thought was small it usually does the Dalai Lama and I was able to sit with any individuals that were really sharing from the states and how can we communicate across the globe in a more expansive manner and he was right in the middle of moderating talking to different heads of countries and he said something to me that changed me forever and it was this one sentence I loved it he looked at these two individuals from different countries who had controversial feelings about things and he asked them this question I just want he began to listen to one another as this new will be changed by what you hear and when he said that vibrated in me like to listen to another being as if I will be changed by what I hear I must be very expensive in my listening to that I have no pardon me what am I gonna say I'm still present too I I will be changed I'm truly available to catch what you are gifting me right here and it was a pearl of wisdom that I have carried for ever more and many more that interaction with him that that one has changed me scam we're gonna come back and take final calls with you just a moment here on coast to coast AM Kim's website linked up our webmaster lex's got it all set up it comes to co stadium dot com don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief with George nori just logon to beyond belief dot com is it when you're living with polycythemia Vera or P. V. you might look good even when you don't feel good symptoms can change so slowly over time you may not even notice but new or changing symptoms can your P. V. as changing take notice and take action you track and discuss blood counts with your doctor but it's just as.
"corpus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"He was born in Corpus Christi Texas Corpus Christi Texas and he was born he just simply says after ten AM but before noon it took a long time for him to come see the world okay Corpus Christi okay now I need you on the phone your fallen off their yeah I'm here there you go okay it hold on hiding in okay bear with me this is live redial or not yeah okay so June twenty nine of sixty two this person is not necessarily in a clear cycle yet it will develop several years from now the this person has an enormous again a focus on group team this has been a kind of common theme with a lot of the people group work team work community work global war work sun sign cancer very psychic for three other asteroids there is a person who should be working with women or helping women and also this person has a Virgo rising probably Virgo rising we don't know the exact time so that's a little bit speculative but the truth is is that this person is not in a cruise cycle necessarily however he has career energy is built into the birth chart which can give him kind of strange and his annual cycle of being successful in the world is springtime into summer are there cycles that are good or bad yeah I mean it's one of the important thing people realize you might study astrology supposedly Venus and Jupiter the good guys I can the cowboy movies with the white hats and Mars and Saturn traditionally with the bad guys without was wearing a black cat but there's a lot of positives sterling qualities from Mars and Saturn depending on what time and what relationship they have to each other another planet Venus and Jupiter are usually helpful they're good they're considered pretentious and benevolent however you can you can overdo a good thing so there is no kind of cook the kind of thing where certain planets are always in the favor one not everything has to be looked at it's like medicine again or war or anything else you have to look at the person you have to understand the individual chart and not go to some kind of cookbook approach that this planet is good with that plan it is bad how would you rate astrology compared to let's say numerology okay this is an important subject numerology I know you've got the numbers lady she's wonderful numerology use it myself the power of numbers you go back to the factory every single celestial bodies at one degree or another out of three hundred and sixty degrees everything all the things that we have learned in geometry that's astrology patterns stars I angled oppositions all kinds of configurations in the heavens all with different numbers but numerology for instance your name analysis of the first letter of your first name would be your vibration or the day you're born they're powerful they're easy to talk about because they're certain archetypal energies well I must say it is much more superficial in general than full fledged astrology astrology is a vast type of energy field now there is a lot of depth to numerology on certain level so you don't want to disparage it but compared to astrology and all the things that go into astrology it's it's like a completely different field all right let's go back now let's go to August eighth nineteen sixty five will give you a little head start there are eight eight sixty five we're going to Perry he was born in Hammond Indiana welcome to the program thanks for holding thank you you're so welcome George background yes that was a warning and two thirty in the afternoon on that date now let mark or give that out on a one quick thing sure my mom was in labor for eight hours oh my god were you the first born in the family for her yeah in the land if you didn't want to have any more kids just after that can you blame her all that really well yeah you're at a grocery store well I have that is it that may seem like a long time and I know somebody in my own family who had thirty plus hours from start to finish so you never know how it is painful yeah and so it depends on each person and so on okay Oregon state eighty five around two thirty in Hammond hi thank you what fifty five or sixty five nineteen sixty five yes sixty five okay well with that I'm going to quickly do something here sorry okay you had your job a just the tree for me guard I've never called in the the straws your before on your chest are you going to have some fun go ahead mark yeah this is within a second okay yeah requited retort every kid in all absolutely not be bent Terry I am I'm getting better every day good your site or okay well basically being a son finally all the state again bring numerology eight eight I have an extended family member was born eight eighty young child so you got double eight there that's powerful Leo the key thing about being a fan finally and you're not necessarily at this moment in a career cycle but you're you're tired of your birthday and just before your birthday so every year is a good career cycle per year but as far as the bigger cycle you had that a number of years ago and so at the moment I'm not saying that you have an enormous career boost happening in Jupiter and Saturn are moving in the bottom of your chart it's more of a journey to the center of the year your sun sign Leo the keynote is to be compassionate and magnanimous and loving and kind rather than to focus on yourself and your own needs so there's a healthy balance in these happen here but you've got some really good money making energy in your actual birth chart you invested with Jupiter which which can be a money making influence connecting to other people through corporations are businesses and so on and you also the Capricorn moon which is like my dad in other lifetimes somehow or another in the last five time you were in a position of responsibility you work very hard in this life it's kind of a subliminal instinctual nature to be put in positions of power if that's what you want you have a good energy of Leo sun Capricorn moon for being a leader somewhere in the world or in your area good luck can they keep fighting the good fight mark since you've been doing this never even doing that stuff for well over forty years technically you talk about the use of a computer now what did you folks do forty years ago that's why this interesting experiment you know what I if we were talking forty some odd years ago without a computer to make sure that I know with the sun this is all a strong odor is not just me you had to use what was called at an ephemeral writes a book and a table of houses you had to know the longitude and latitude to all these calculations someone give your birth time and you have to figure at times on the city and was a little glorious thing it would take a long time and you have to draw it out by hand the please click the symbol for the sun the symbol for the moon and some of the planet you had to get it done and understand this and read and study and it didn't happen until the nineteen eighties that we started getting software of any kind and it's been remarkable from the nineties and and on the last twenty years this is fantastic what we have now so in spite of the fact that I'm pushing you now on the air there's no way forty years ago you could have done this well the only thing I could have done was this is what I would have done I would had the book there's a Bible so to speak of astrology it's called the ephemera it's every day see I could be doing that now but it would be approximately would be able to do the right inside it wouldn't be able to do the chart but I could quickly open the book okay let's say whatever the all the state person just called I flew to the book and I quickly look at that I wouldn't know the rising sign I wouldn't be able to tell whether the clear cycle but I would have given them like a phone find guidance or whether moon was a maybe America Venus and say something about their natal chart that could have been done at that point the point a little highlight or something a little highlight and one thing that to be totally clear what I'm doing now is helpful it's certainly not the in depth kind of thing and of course in the website we have like fifteen kinds of reports and people can see sample reports of famous people before they choose to do anything and those are really great when Homer born on the same date that we give you despite the time generally is is whatever you tell this person going to be the same for them saying here if it isn't you see then what I just told the previous person moving Capricorn is not true so that person born on at on August eighth of that particular year is Leo any person born on or the state is a Leo okay so they all have the solar energy that's a key thing of character or individuality had the pastor to personal white men or their soul spiritual energies to some extent but the mood is more psychic it's more emotional it's connected to the mother to family to child to do anything and the moon changes every two and a half days so that will be different with every year and certainly will be different even two days after that same year of a previous guide will be a different moon in Aquarius for two or three days after.
"corpus" Discussed on KTRH
"Bring rain south Corpus Christi and even some flood alerts and coastal flood advisories now for extreme South Texas but all well south of us seventy eight tonight hundred degrees Thursday Friday I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel eighty seven now mostly clear at the K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center Katie are H. news time eight oh one our top story a double murder is the latest Texas execution several hundred Billy Jack cult singer age sixty four was executed by lethal injection Wednesday night at the hotel unit of the Texas department of criminal justice TDCJ spokesman Robert Hurst says crossing her was convicted of fatally stabbing an eighty nine year old woman and her seventy one year old daughter in the women's fort worth homes sixteen years ago after he offered to do work in their home he's the fifth Texas inmate executed this year the fourteenth and may put to death this year in the U. S. cat asking residents and businesses to conserve energy tomorrow and Friday is record breaking heat expected put a strain on the power grid temperatures are forecast to be at or above a hundred degrees in all major Texas metro areas through the weekend causes the already set a new record for peak demand in September on Tuesday between four and five PM they're asking people specifically to conserve between two and seven PM turn your thermostat up two to three degrees close drapes and blinds to keep it cooler indoors and limit use of large appliances like washing machines dryers and dishwashers another departure for the Republican at Texas congressional delegation bill Flores who has represented the Brian area since twenty ten.
"corpus" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is it if they can't buy a plane or train ticket John well I can't leave the country very easily you have you have you know it's very difficult to get a travel bijur passport in China but one thing is that I think you know China has done over the last really since Kissinger went over here and kind of humanized the chai columns and these are you know the Chinese communist revolution that happened in nineteen forty nine in involved the massacre of potentially a hundred million people we're talking about the that we may be the world's most brutal regime ever what were the malice and were doing business with them which is great you know as a a kind of slave labor market for western companies but when you consider the fact that they engage routinely in behavior that would allow our Dave price people I mean there are there there is no habeas corpus in China habeas corpus guarantees the right of somebody to be presented with crimes before judge there is no such thing as an a judge it's basically a star chamber it's a it's a done deal for people the reader put into forced labor camps order paper rise in China believe they punish you if you buy too many video games and and and this is what the what happens they restrict your travel inside China so I think when you're talking about Hong Kong right now the Hong Kong the the book you have lived there for generations under British rule are starting to be aware of the encroachment that is happening and.
"corpus" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"This is about these very very large corpora. The interesting thing that Banco and build it in this paper is they like I said, they started with a half a million documents. I think probably because when they were working on this, obviously longtime ago at this point so computers were small memory was expensive. And you could you know, there were max is to it. So they were limited by the technology in a certain way. And then they revisited this problem when they were able to process a billion documents, whether that's because they had more space or faster machines or just had collected more documents. I don't know the details, but basically they had access to this what twenty times larger corpus. So they had already run these four algorithms. I mentioned on the half a million corpus. And they could rank them who is in first second third fourth place. And when they went from a half a million to a billion documents. Here's a really interesting part fourth-place moved to first place. Third moved up to second to went down to three and one went to four the exact reverse order. Same. Rhythms. All they did was give it more documents. So when you say the first and the third first place the wet so the which had the highest accuracy, are you saying they're multiple algorithms that they were competing. How many were there four algorithms and what's different between them? Well, that's a big discussion as I have to explain each of them, but let's just call them different techniques. So the perception, for example, is one of the classic like elements of neural network, and it's has a sort of, you know, linear, some inactivation naive Bayes on the other hand follows bays law very closely, and it's a pretty statistical sort of a method..
"corpus" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"You have the same sort of simple algorithms do a great job that in many the secret to solving a lot of problems isn't having smarter algorithms. It's having better data. Does that surprise? You know? I mean, that's the crux of a lot of issue. Right. Sometimes we want the answer to something. But we just don't have any data or haven't done any research. And then when you look at the researcher data, your takeaways or learnings, or whatever you decide are only as good as your data. I the idea actually goes even further there's this very influential paper, it was someone. I was very fortunate. Someone pointed me to this grad school, and it had a big impact on me the papers, titled scaling to very very large corpora for natural language descend. Big US Shen, spy Banco and at Mike. Tough research. They were looking at algorithms that they were working on for ten December like the they're they're and they're kind of problem, and which one goes there goes there, and they looked at a couple of different algorithms that you could use to train it one is people will know, it's the naive Bayes that we've talked about people also know the perception, and then there were two others one called the winnow method. I can't remember how that works. And there was something called memory based which also I don't recall the details of, but these are just, you know, different algorithms or trying to learn patterns in the data pretty typical machine learning stuff. I guess at the time they started working on these problems. They had like a half a million documents to look at. So basically, they're corpus was a bunch of like news articles or something like that. And they could find each of those will wear the we're there there and there appear and then look at like what words come before. It what words come after. And that kind of stuff and hopefully learn the pattern. What do you think of that style of learning? That's not exactly how you learn grammar. I don't know. What are they trying to accomplish? Oh, yes. So they would like to have those algorithms be able to predict whether or not in a new sentence. The correct form of there was used. And if it's not presumably like in some word processor could flag and say, hey, this is the wrong, and you're saying they just looked at documents to see how they used it. Yeah. They had a bunch of very large corpus of about a half a million examples of here's how the various forms of their appear in different documents. Are these documents? What are they? And where they correct that's a good question. Yeah. As I recall, they were news articles pulled from the web. But if I'm wrong about that. They're just, you know, some articles maybe for the sake of argument, let's say they were encyclopedia articles, and we can trust that the correct grammar was us something lines. I mean, it sounds fine. Why do you see any issues? Well, it's just, you know, this is something that some people will have contention with because they'll say, you know, grammar is a you have to study it you have to know it's rules. How can you just look at? A blanket amount of data. And somehow you figure out the rules without knowing them. You can just detect the right situation. I don't have a problem with that. But I was just curious to have your problem. All right. I mean, I guess when you think about it if that's your only goal to detect there there and there that's fine. But if you actually want your algorithm to learn more in depth grammar you'd probably teach it overall grammar structure. Well, that's going to be a discussion for another day. Because there I think we can debate it, but that's not what this episode's about Rx data skeptic listeners. Can you get to Orlando Florida and March specifically the eighteenth through the twenty first that's when the Gartner data and analytic summit is taking place, and I want you to head to Gartner events dot com slash data skeptic to see if this is the right event for you there..
"corpus" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"But it's clearly they're very much in support of keeping that part of the culture and tradition, you know, forefront enough to pass a law like that. Which is kind of cool, and it's given us the side benefit that we have researchers and translation have this. Nice little prebuilt corpus for them. Yeah. How far back? Does it go that? I don't know the details on and to be perfectly Frank. I don't think that corpus is as important today as it was back. Then I think a lot changed in NLP and in translation, but it's still going on. I am sure it's still useful resource to many people. All right now, let's go a little bit further back in time all the way back to nineteen sixty. And I want to talk about a paper called the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural science by Eugene Witter. This is a cool paper where he talks about a lot of the ways in which. It's surprising. How mathematical nature is do. You know that kind of means and do you have a reaction to it? Well, I didn't read the book. But I mean, I think the most obvious one is like a flower how the pedals are so evenly spaced good example leaves how they are either alternating or equal distance from each other than just generally in nature. There's a lot of symmetry like a butterfly excellent points. I myself would have gone more the physics route and just talked about how gravity is. So precisely mathematical Maxwell's equations are immuno you get quickly into the sort of mathematical Platon ISM area where things are very regimented -ly mathematical at the quantum level and whatnot. Yes. So I am visual learner. So my examples were vision. Yeah. Mathematics clearly powerful descriptive of nature. And because that was such an important paper. People have been spinning off and kind of referencing that idea and coming up with other. Unreasonably effective dot the does including a paper that came out called the unreasonable effectiveness of data that came out of Google research. And in that paper, they talk about a similar idea with how effective data is it. Just scaling the more..
"corpus" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"All right, Linda, I wanna start out today's show with a definition. I'm just actually curious if you know this word 'cause I only know it from reading an LP stuff. I've never heard it outside of that context. Do you know what a corpus is plural? Corpora? How do you spell it? C O R P U S, corpus. But could it mean a body? We'll why did you guess that that sort of right what? But guess it's Latin. Oh, I didn't know you did Latin. I didn't Corp. Okay. Oh, maybe that's how corpse comes from. Yes. So corpus at least in the context. I know it means a collection of documents. So it's specific to, you know, these are I could be tax forms or could be essays that students have written or medical conversations. But a corpus is some just raw text collection of documents that make sense. Yes. Another reason natural language. People are interested in corpus. Or why we talk about is because often. We wanna really large sample of documents to do some processing on whether that some sort of thing like we wanna do help people with grammar, and we want to just kind of do that. Statistically, by studying the patterns of when certain words, you used or we wanna study those documents put them in you know, what the topic is or any of these, you know, general netra language tasks that we might be interested in many, which will cover on the show this under this theme to do much research. You have to have a good corpus. So Abbadi is kind of a body a research papers is that what you said. Well, that could be an example of a corpus. Sure. But it could also be something general like all of the tweets from two thousand eighteen all of the tweets. Well, I mean, what you're saying is in order to have good research us need to have good resources. So yes. Yeah. You need a big data set to work on. And we're gonna actually talk more in a moment about just how big it should be. But I wanted to give a couple other famous examples people want to go deeper into this should look up the Brown, corpus. That's an old very old one. At this point. I worked on that. When I was still in school. I did some stuff with the switchboard corpus, and there's certainly more modern things. But those are the start of the trail if you're looking for some corporeal to work with one famous one I wanted to make sure we got a mention of you remember where we were for nips nets. Montreal in case listeners haven't been there, can you tell us a little bit about the bilingual nature of the place. Montreal. In quebec. So their first language is French and English is used but not as much like compare it may be too. We've also been Berlin where I would call that a bilingual city speaking, German English French is to Montreal is. Well, sorry, I don't know the analogy. But can you compare it contrasts those two cities in this context? I think the g you're trying to make is French is to Montreal as German is Berlin. But are they on on par with one another? Would you say that I don't know? I don't know as much about the education system in both. But the menu in Montreal usually comes in French and not every restaurant has it in English. Yeah. Well, guess my, you know, single anecdotal perspective the point I'm trying to drive as that. I thought that mantra was way more French than Berlin was German. You know, anyway, like, I think some of that shows up in the laws like apparently, they have some law that every government document or maybe it's just. The transcripts of parliament. They have to be recorded in both English and French, and this has proved to be an amazing resource for a lot of translation research because now you have this wide body of things that are translated very accurately. So you have an A and a B version all you have to ask the machine to do is learn the mapping from one to the other pretty neat. Interesting odd to have the law in two languages, if you're trying to dispute the law. I wonder how that shows up in court Yano, exactly..
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"The program director making the decision to add our show. So. Ramon will be playing all songs related to Corpus Christi in one way. Or another. The next two hours. You may or may not know the connection to why that song has a corpus relation. But you could go look that up on your own, obviously, Robert came Corpus Christi bay would be you'd get that one. But some of the others may be a little more clever. So let's go back to the case of little jasmine seven-year-old girl shot and killed. The tip comes in. According to Shaun king on Thursday yet. By friday. They're still saying it's a white man in passing around the sketch of a white man in on Saturday. On saturday. There's a rally. Where Sheila jackson-lee is saying we we had to be sure that we we're saying this is a hate crime. Do not be afraid to call this. What it seems to be? Well, here is Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales. Speaking to the issue of how the investigation changed why the change we were focused on. The first Anglo mail a pickup truck, and and then eventually the composite that came up. We do know that there was a retro involved. We know that they had come to a traffic signal near the WalMart of both this red truck, the driver and look worship and the family at some point as the traffic signal turns they start going. We now believe that that red truck probably entered the freeway and continued on in another direction, we believe now that that rhetoric and the driver is most likely just a witness either by sight or sound to what actually transpired we still want that individual concord because perhaps they could now shed some light. And so that that is one question week do not believe in any way that the family again leap set from the beginning that they've been involved in anything the ferry us or anything, we feel they were truthful. This just went down very quickly when the gunfire erupted. You're talking about small children, they witnessed something very traumatic. And it's very likely that the last thing they did see was that. Indeed that red truck driver that was in that truck. And that's what they remember last. But again now we've been able to receive additional information to cooperate that was. Other individuals involved it appears to us based on the information we received this was likely a case of mistaken identity worthy. Tender targets were likely someone else. But instead they fired upon Porsche jasmine.