35 Burst results for "Daniel"

Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

"The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really tried to break their method and one of the things I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. Dad Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns to Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two

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Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.

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Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

"5 victims of a shooting at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs over the weekend or being mourned as police continued to investigate motive Sabrina Aston's 28 year old transgender son Daniel worked at club Q and was killed in the shooting It's just a nightmare that you can't wake up from The shooter armed with an AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle subdued by patrons investigators still determining motive but not Aston I'm almost positive It's a hate crime Because it's the anniversary of the Orlando

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Adams' 35-yard TD in OT powers Raiders past Broncos 22-16

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

Adams' 35-yard TD in OT powers Raiders past Broncos 22-16

"Derek Carr through two touchdown passes to Davante Adams and the Raiders roared back to defeat the Broncos 22 16 in overtime The second of cars scoring strikes came from the Denver 35 when he saw no defenders anywhere near Adams So I just said look it's go up in the air and really I mean it happens it happens slow but it happens fast So it wasn't really a whole lot of thinking It was just locking on the ball and just making it look like With no time out Carl led a drive that culminated in Daniel Carlson's game tying 25 yard field goal with 16 seconds left in the fourth quarter Both teams are three and 7 Bruce Morton Denver

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Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

"The Lions won their third straight game surprising the Giants 31 18 New York was leading 6 three midway through the second quarter when the game suddenly turned as 8 in Hutchinson intercepted Daniel Jones deep in New York territory Jamal Williams scored three place later on a four yard run the first of his three rushing touchdowns giving Detroit the lead for good Williams capped each of the Lions next to drives with short scoring runs expanding the lead to 24 6 early in the third quarter Grateful for three wings but we still got a lot more Now we know what winning looks like what it looks like on consistent basis And now we just got to keep it going and make it a standard here It's the first time the Lions have won three straight and 5 years Tom arim east Rutherford

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Daniels, Cain power No. 6 LSU to 41-10 victory over UAB

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Daniels, Cain power No. 6 LSU to 41-10 victory over UAB

"Noah Cain and Jaden Daniels highlighted LSU's offense in a 41 ten route of UAB Kane scored on three short runs as the CFP number 6 tigers improved to 9 and two His third TD gave LSU at 28 ten lead just before halftime Daniels had touchdowns rushing and passing He threw for 297 yards and ran for another 111 on 12 carries Daniel's top target was receiver Malik neighbors who caught 7 passes for 129 yards The blazers mustered just 48 yards rushing after entering the game averaging nearly two 50 a game I'm Dave ferry

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Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | Last week

Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

"Getting back to this article by Evita Duffy, who just says, listen, Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy literally handed Generation Z over to the Democrats on a silver platter. She makes the case for it. Guys, do you recall? You guys may recall this. And we were all feeling good when we saw this. You know, we've worn the shirts. We've said it, let's go Brandon, so on, et cetera, but do you guys recall? Remember this. Remember this, when college students were at college, football games, in their stadiums, and they were saying, forget Joe Biden, but they were using another F word instead of forget. And we were looking at this as Republicans as conservatives and saying, oh my goodness, they are waking up on college campuses. Surely, surely someone besides Charlie Kirk and Steven Crowder are gonna be on these college campuses surely, right? Surely, surely they are in C has a squad out there to take advantage of these college students that feel disenfranchised. Surely Kevin McCarthy surely run a McDonald's. The Daniel Shirley Mitch McConnell have a plan to go ahead and make sure that we get some of these young college voters who are obviously upset who see that COVID lockdowns are completely un American and they're turning against the very president whom likely they voted for. Many of them. No, we didn't do that. We didn't do that.

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Garnacho gives United 2-1 win at Fulham ahead of WCup break

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Garnacho gives United 2-1 win at Fulham ahead of WCup break

"Alejandro garnacha scored in stoppage time to give Manchester United a two one win over Fulham Garnacha came off the bench to score with almost the last kick of the game at craven cottage Christian Eriksen put united ahead in the 14th minute and the lead held until Daniel James tallied in the 61st Ericsson was also involved in the game winner The wind strengthens United's grip on 5th place in the standings Three points behind Tottenham Fulham enters the World Cup break 9th overall I'm Dave ferry

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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker

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Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

"Evan chabet won the men's race in two hours 8 minutes and 41 seconds There was a scary moment when race leader Daniel Dana silento collapsed 21 miles in race officials say he's okay Chabet ran past him on the ground and said through a translator he felt bad for him but had to continue to race Temperatures in the 70s made it one of the hottest in November race history Sharon Loki won the women's division in her marathon debut 50,000 runners took to the streets for the 26.2 mile New York City marathon back to full capacity following the pandemic Julie Walker New York

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Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

"The New York City marathon is back to full capacity for the first time since the pandemic with 50,000 runners on our 26.2 mile course through all 5 boroughs Sunday Daniel Roberts is running her 6th marathon and she says there's nothing like it The New York crowds are like nowhere else You know turning into Central Park When you're in New York you're like a rockstar The 55 year old thyroid cancer survivor running to raise money for research Her husband has cancer now That form of non Hodgkin's lymphoma is incurable So training and getting through the runs a lot was just being able to do something that he couldn't The marathon has 500 official charity partners last year close to $48 million was raised Julie Walker New York

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Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

"A touchdown run and a two point conversion lifted 50 LSU pass number 6 Alabama 32 31 Jaden Daniel scored on the tigers first offensive play of OT then hit mason Taylor for the two point conversion to end the game Definitely when I caught that last one I mean the places rock and I couldn't hear anything my legs kind of got numb but it was definitely a great experience and get great at this The crimson tide took a 31 24 lead on Roy Dale Williams second TD of the game There were three lead changes in the final four 44 of regulation and the tide knotted the score on a field goal with 30 seconds left I'm Dave ferry

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How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

"To get to a question here. Daniel from Oklahoma, Charlie, why is it that these blue state governors are getting away with all the damage that they did to locking down society and keeping children masked? Love the show, and I want to get involved with turning point USA. Well, thank you. For that, and I love Oklahoma. Yeah, Jake tapper actually said something similar to this, believe it or not, fake Jake on CNN, where he said he is shocked that there hasn't been a national conversation about the damage that has been done to kids because of school closures and virtual learning. It will go down as one of the worst mistakes ever done in the history of western civilization, not one of the greatest evils, one of the biggest mistakes locking down an entire generation to prevent them from a virus that wasn't a great threat to them at all. And yet we created all these other problems because of the regime of fear because of scientism. You see, scientism believes that science is the only form of knowledge. That there is no morality or ethics or philosophy, but it's just science all the time. And as we have said many times on this program, you can not get your morality from a test tube. Scientism ends up being necessarily totalitarian. And science then becomes a tool of oppressing people.

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Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

"Shay gildas Alexander and the thunder beat the clippers for the second time in three days one 18 one ten Gil just Alexander led the OKC scoring with 24 points despite picking up four fouls by halftime with him on the bench at the start of the third quarter the thunder erased a 7 point deficit and went ahead 71 70 Oklahoma City got off to a great start building a 30 12 lead before handing LA its third straight loss Head coach Mark Daniel Good lesson for us and I was really impressed by how we handled the second half To throw another third punch And I thought we really stood up That was very encouraging Norman Powell pays the clippers with 21 points I'm Dave fairy

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Trump Is Getting Americans to Cheer at Totalitarian Tactics

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:10 min | Last month

Trump Is Getting Americans to Cheer at Totalitarian Tactics

"We have 40 four seconds. Let's go. There you go. All right. By the way. Great job, Saturday. Aw, thank you for watching. I watched the replay or whatever. Yeah. On pay per view. But just murdered me. I know. They're fantastic. Ladies just killed my ass. And I really want to compliment Sherwin-Williams because they did a great job on your dress. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. It just dried right before I went on stage. Okay. It looked a little tacky in every sense of the word. Thank you. All right. So you're referring to this clip. We only hurt the ones we love. Let's inflict Trump on everywhere because of Charlie, here we go. And they sent me a subpoena the other night. 25. Yes. Yep, here we go. The way you have to find the leaker of the subprime, I have to fight the liquor. You know how you find the leaker? They'll say, oh, this is trees that are what I said. So they can't find the leaker. He leaked all about roe V wade. This person leaked from the Supreme Court never happened. You know how you find, but they don't want to mention this because I think it's so terrible. You take the writer because you're never going to find it, they're going through phone records, it's been a long time. You take the writer and or the publisher of the paper, a certain paper, you know. And you say, who is the leaker national security? And they say, we're not going to tell you, they said, okay, you're going to jail. And when this person realizes that he is going to be the bride of another prisoner very shortly. Oh, God. Really? Yeah. He will say, I'd very much like to tell you exactly who that liquor, it was Bill Jones, I swear he's a liquor, and we got him, but they don't want to do that. Wow. We're not Argentina. Yes, as you said, there is no bottom to the abyss. I mean, the crowd laughing at it is. Well, I mean, I mean, you ran that. Spark gap. Yes. Word salad from Herschel Walker and everybody cheered that too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, this is where we are. This is where we are. But I'm not supposed to point out that the people at those rallies of morons. I know. Because that's bad. That's very bad. You retweeted Daniel Dale, who said the GOP candidate for Nevada elections chief has an ad looters coarsely claiming it's not possible that Schumer Pelosi Schiff and Nadler won elections legitimately and falsely suggesting George Soros and some sort of ballot shenanigans are the real reason and you just said still more insanity from Nevada. It's pretty much in every state now, right? Yeah, I mean, you've got people in Arizona showing up at dropboxes with firearms. Right. It's going to get really bad. And there doesn't seem to be anybody's nobody's got any inclination to do anything about it. I mean, they can't even do anything about clarence Thomas. Yeah. The future of audio is here today, and you can hear it on the iHeartRadio app. It's everything audio in one easy to use completely

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Giants stop Jags at 1-yard line, hold on for 23-17 win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Giants stop Jags at 1-yard line, hold on for 23-17 win

"The Giants are 6 and one after a goal line stop secured at 23 17 win over the Jaguars Julian love and Xavier McKinney hauled down Christian Kirk inside the New York one on the final play giving the Giants their best 7 game starred in 14 years Jacksonville players tried to push the pile to no avail and fell to two and 5 The G men had a pair of 100 yard rushers Quarterback Daniel Jones ran for a career high 107 yards 35 coming on the winning drive that ended with his one yard scoring plunge Saquon Barkley finished with 107 yards on 24 carries I'm Dave ferry

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Giants rally from 10 down, top Ravens 24-20 on Barkley's run

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Giants rally from 10 down, top Ravens 24-20 on Barkley's run

"The Giants are now 5 and one after a come from behind 24 to 20 win over the ravens Trailing by ten giants QB Daniel Jones to a touchdown pass to Daniel Bellinger then after a mishandled snap ravens QB Lamar Jackson was intercepted by Julian love who returned the ball to the Baltimore 13 yard line Where a team that will bring a team into the fourth quarter and make key plays and key situations to win the games So thankfully we pay this game We made this game out against a really good team Say corn Barclays TD dive one 43 remaining completed the comeback The ravens all three and three Mike mancuso east Rutherford New Jersey

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Without Truth in Society, All That's Left is Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | Last month

Without Truth in Society, All That's Left is Power

"Do not have truth in your society, all that comes out of that is power. That's it. And that's exactly what the post modernist, the deconstructionist, the leftist, the tower trains, whatever category you want to use. All they have is power because they don't believe that there is truth. They believe it's my truth, a bunch of garbage. They believe that it is my personal experience. Instead of believing that there is a truth and a way in a specific way to be able to organize society around that. So in that closing, we as Christians, I think, are going to be called to do more Jeremiah 29 7, demand the welfare of the nation that you are in because your welfare is tied to your nation's welfare. Zechariah 8 16 through 17 care about the justice and the well-being of the business and the city within your gates, basically the city within your gates. What is happening in your community? I'm paraphrasing that scripture in particular. Daniel fascinating prayed for his nation, Esther, mordecai, nehemiah, Jeremiah, all cared about what secular government was doing for God's chosen purpose. Apathy and cynicism are not acceptable for Christians in modern America today. And

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"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"No. I only play orbit. We are going to have a klezmer band. We're lifting the chair. Thank my grandfather was a klezmer musician. Broker trade okay played. All of the close close is jewish on means that music of the world that you know the clarinet you when i know. Daniel doesn't know something that i also don't know i know that it passed and it seems like i did know the whole time. Something we love to learn. it's an opportunity dumb. There's an opportunity in. Yeah we're doing it. And and some people might say the does the ritual lack power. You don't have that really intense. Believe i don't think it does still. It's a continuation of continuing the story. It's helping kid feel like there's a foundation and ultimately they get to decide ultimately. This kid gets decided. 'cause they're cakes clearwell. He cared absolutely cake are well we. We love him for this letter and love to hear what happens. I hope your biggest takeaway from this is that you can do anything that makes you feel good. As long as it's in a healthy way to you and others go for live your life make your choices learn sincerely your oh we wish you well wish you well sincerely your pen pals daniel vankirk or scoville anyways man. Maybe keeping it wasn't so..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And so i was at that part in my teenage years. After baseball was done. I ended up going to college and played a little baseball. But in that time. I i had a lot of rage and i would be set up like instantly and i'm a black outrageous so i black out and I i get violent. If you're in front of me getting me to where i'm going to get upset and blackout and and i get violent and So that wasn't his. That was those accumulation of my life as a teenager. I had some about my own self. And so i was very confused. Kid along with that rage. And so i'd break windows to get in the house. If you're like me out okay. And i moved out here when i was twenty one. I never got any help financially. For my parents they would help my brothers and my sister and i was the black sheep and i was the rebel kid and he never let me money at a figure out. How live you had to parent parent yourself. Yeah well yeah no i. Part of that parenting was good and part of it was really not good. You know my kids suffered from that part of me i was. I was a drill sergeant. Because i didn't know how to be and my kids were afraid to be their own. Emotions be freight express themselves or be who they were. You know and and it wasn't until i got into recovery that i realize i'm doing the same damn thing i just have to say. I think it's incredibly generous. Since strong in you to use all these experiences for good into what you've learned to to help break the chain of abuse end ignorance and that is Is is so prevailing still using your experience for good. I think that's incredibly generous in strong. So thank you so much being with us and then thinking daniel all the ripple south of positive ripple that are going out in the as a result it doesn't minimize the pain and struggles that you've been through or even that will continue to come up for you but it makes the world a better place so we'll might. My stepdad. just passed away last week. Merck varied we buried him last week.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Daniel know you know my mom. I love my mom and she did the best she could. And she's a she's a good lady strong lady. You'll never talk about dad's not crying. My mom would never literacy. Is your crock. That's the era that she grew. I'm not gonna show you my tears. You're not gonna see that you know so. That too is well along with my dad. It's the same message this matter male or female. But she was she was a single parent and that's kind of how she ferreted. I myself had to find out that. I needed to repair it myself. And i had to find ways to do that and i had to find work with to learn how to do that. That's where it came from. Yes you aligned with benevolent man. Yes grace though. I think partly was getting a year in high school. We've come from this. Abusive family and the background was their individual or are turning point. Where or did you have to go through drug abuse and alcoholism yourself you say you were in your forties before you really faced a lot of the stuff. Did you have to go through a very dark gary to get to that late. Well i have to say. Thank god i. I grew up in the seventies a lot of drugs and alcohol and i was a latchkey kid. So i'm out there seeking connection all the time growing up so learning how to be friends learning how to make brands. Learning how to be who you need me to be so that we can have a friendship but not really letting you know. What's inside of me because you're not going to like me. You really know the truth about right so not all of my life was bad in and i through recovery in through the pieces of what i'm going back and looking at it going over to like find. The joy in most of my life was really good. There was just some bad things that had a profound effect on me. I was not a good father for my kids. The first twelve years of their life I'm an alcoholic addict as well and you started using alcohol thirteen and pot thirteen and all the other stuff came after. I got sober at twenty four and then i states overtook probably twenty eight and then i ended up going back out and i got sober again. I was married at that. Time wasn't doing a program of recovery. I was just being sober.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Yeah yeah and i came along when when she was eighteen and so they were the same age though kids and and so your father had been raised in this extraordinary extended. Family mean beyond the bounds of our understanding really. How did that trickle down to his relationship with you daniel. You know i'm finding out. I'm a foster parent now and i had to do a lot of things to be a foster parent lot education into that fees and on finding out the dynamics of kids raising kids in the abuse that goes on just with the kids raising and i can only imagine what that was with them and what abuse they suffered through as far it's not an era back then have they talked about that kind of stuff all he lived through it. You're okay that's the way it was. I kind of understand the concept of children raising children. Also i'm boss depart from my my grandson right now. Who is eleven. And his mom had him when she was fifteen. And that's my stepdaughter. And she has arrested development and she has her own issues and his twenty eight and she has five kids by stepped in to provide an example of a stable parent figure kind of stuck by her whole life. I kind of stayed in touch with her. So i kinda kinda see that in relate to what my dad my mom. We're going through as kids growing up. I maybe it was easier than i don't know i. The challenges of being young in starting out you know not having graduated high school and starting out with kids and in that dynamic and then my dad was an alcoholic in an addict is well so that didn't go well kim in the family as well so so that had a negative impact on you. How did that affect you well. He was very abusive abusive to my my mom witness m beating her up a. He did not cuss around to not as much but he's still do it but you never know what he would be like when he was coming home. A few is loaded or not. He was a heroin addict. Is wall you when even when he was there present he really wasn't present. He was doing his own thing. Even though you recognize him you didn't know who is walking through the door. what kind of father. He was going to be that day. That's the eggshell syndrome. You know you know what you what to expect so you walk around related to get the feel for who he is and then you know then you can kind of adjust accordingly. What your behavior is gonna be. Yeah that's at an early age and kids shouldn't have to do that But it's a survival technique. You did it because you have to to survive so you wouldn't get hurt. Yeah y learned a lot of survival skills that very early age. Because i was. I was abused sexually abused when i was five. And a half. So i had to learn how to survive I just don't want to pass what you just said at age five. You're sexually abused and your father was not present for so many different reasons. He was a child himself and he was further arrested by his substance abuse so so there was no protector for you know no no there. Wasn't you know my dad did find out about it. He did find out in. He yelled at me me in the house and we were never to talk about that again you that was it. I never told anybody else. Forty years old. You know. I kept that hidden in. That's kind of where my rage lewis from a lot of my trauma..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And we have with us. Today daniel martinez. He's as speaker and workshop leader for an organization called. It happens to boys. Thank you for being with us daniel..

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"I'm just glad this podcast boring at the meals for exactly Hope that it's a kneeled. Your understanding of the non boring nature. The brenta man. That was an extra verity pun. There i tried to put a little danish on it all right. Well i enjoy your bath there in the bathtub daniel. We'll talk to you next time. You hope you enjoyed that..

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"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"Kind of bashful just walked away in for dan like nothing happened like they've run outta less just picture. This writer's room sitting in front of a blank whiteboard guys. What is an interact in your shoes with twenty five and it's like you paid with the twenty but gave you was actually because they thought it was at ten and you don't have an but ends to approach them and i think you giving me the route. Oh you're out of the firm and then the student loans do but the guy you voted for said he take care of you. Recasting daniel tiger and i to documentary about why that happens. Yeah some cocky kid. Disrespect daniel tiger. Oh yeah the nicotine to the letters. Daniel rory correct order. Congratulations on this. New era of your podcast. You guys are simply the best. And i love being a small part of the pallor community also. Happy birthdays all around this week. I turned thirty on saturday. The seventh and maybe dan rory are getting another shot at their fortieth. Cheers to all anyways. Have you in the team. That's the real reason to be days. The team rally to the real reason. I'm writing is because my grandma died in september and i think my grandpa has a new girlfriend. He's not telling me about lots of his female neighbors at his elderly care. Home have been bringing him cookies quote just because and today. I overheard him talking to my mom about second marriages and how they can be. So unexpected. think you've crack the case. What do i do. Are you writing to crack the case. What do i do that information. My grandparents were married for sixty three years. They celebrated their last anniversary eating cake on either side of the covert visitor restriction glass before my grandma died alone and my grandpa was forced to attend her funeral resume. The end was awful. And i want my grandpa to be happy again but i can't help but feel punch in the gut with his new relationship information any advice for how to fix my own attitude and let my grandpa play the nursing home field. Thanks a million happy birthdays. I wish you well catherine. How old are you catherine while. She's about to turn thirty thirty. Yes that's helpful. Sorry.

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"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"My inner bitch. I'm like is this okay. Can you say that hashtag. Yeah yes yeah you. 'cause you're on your interfere but you also are allowed to say anything you just have to deal with that you to say ever you want. That's true right on free. You can walk on any frozen lake. You just have to deal with the thickness. That's perfectly put ivan do i didn't once And it reminded me of you or your real influence on me. I love. I love your comedy and this is why i brought you here today. I wanna daniel to hear this year. You're unlike anybody your true original anyway. I was doing a bit and it just came up riffs. I'll ever do it again. But there was like a really loud there was really loud music coming from a very obviously pretentious car and i was just like i can't make generalizations about this. You audience these fucking whatever you want. Tired of their food and their culture. You know it is just like prejudice. And i didn't say tuesday they were dying but i'll never be able to do it again. Yeah times are so horrible. You can't we just say like optionally racist mad lips. That's right if you want to be renting do these fucking raised like in your head and you can pick any of you say converse schumer and motherfucker any group right out. But then i was i. Could i do that as we have enough problem. A straight white man being glued also in those moments. It's always like oh. This was stemmed from hearing allowed car so then we try to go all right. Well how do i do it without the loud car. The crowd loved it because.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Yet. The generic version is always. You know a little suspect cheaper. But yeah keeper. Yeah but you never know right so this is sort of like using plasma burps right like this could be called a plasma burp engine. The plasma burp engine. I'm sure she'd love had called the better than the other naming could give it for you know shooting guess. Yeah we'll these are high. Positi burps right. This is like ten times faster exhaust speed than a generic plasma engine and that's exciting because the exhaust speed is key right. That's the thing that gives you that push of momentum. That's what lets you really get your spaceship going up to high speeds very quickly. Yeah these are. Name brand burps not the generic all right. Well let's be hopeful and let's say they make this work and we have this exciting technology. Can it takes us around the sources investor like could we get to bars in less than a month. Yeah if you had this contact and it was reliable and you trusted it then. You can get to mars in like thirty nine days. They've done these calculations and this kind of engine again if it works can get you tomorrow. Mars in a pretty short amount of time. That's great because it means you could also get like saturn. In just a couple of years you get the pluto in like less than five years or currently takes more than a decade to get out to those outer parts of the solar system mars thirty nine days that is like a marvel movie. A day to your dream might temperature. Yeah and they keep making them so they can just beam them to. You can download them out of their ego. I hope they have free. Wifi can burp your way through marble. Catalog shoot vendors movies out the back of your ship that the potential engine right there. The pretty massive. Yeah definitely tasted them all the money. That are his name to make these engines work so and it's not just humans anything around the solar system. They're very real reasons why we want faster ways to move around. The solar system and one is to intercept asteroids. You know there were always on the lookout for objects that might hit the earth that might come an impact the earth and causing extinction event. And we're pretty good at watching these things but sometimes they appear with very little warning and the critical thing. When you're trying to avoid getting hit by a rock is spot. Spotted as early as possible. Because that's when you can give it like just a little bit of a nudge and push it off course to spare the earth but if you see this rock you gotta get to it. You gotta get out there to give it a nudge and so a faster rocket like a plasma based interceptor might literally save the earth someday if it means that we can get it out there and give that asteroid and nudge before it comes and hits the earth interesting just as faster first responders in case of an emergency so you can get to it sooner which means you need a smaller push which means there are a lot more asteroids that you could deflect right a really really tiny push two years in advance is the equivalent of like a massive nuclear thrust five minutes before it hits the earth much easier to deflect these things he'd to catch them early all right. Well then maybe you should stop watching so many movies in a get to work. And this daniel come on who you never know when that asteroid buy com would happily do it if anything. I did ever had any practical benefits. But you know that's true. Yeah maybe you're not the person all right well last question daniel if somebody did make a spaceship that is powered by direct fusion and plasma thruster. Would you buy it if it was used. Well i guess it depends on what happened. The last people who used it right if there's different around and they had a good trip then yeah i would trust it better than spending all that money on a new fusion drive jesus who needs the space all right well. I think that answers the question. What is a plasma for. And how that my work and how it could work in the future and again scientists are hard work trying to get us out there into space so that we can explore more and see things up close and learn more about the universe. That's right some of these. Things are.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"I know you're a big fan of well. I haven't met them yet. But yeah i'm looking forward to it right but i wonder if you've really thought it through or you mean i'm all set. I've aliens of arrived. Go bag already packed really. What's in it an emergency kit and some bottled water and toilet paper toilet paper. Good idea hold on them. You're gonna need that if the innings come. I guess i'm saying is that you don't really know how friendly these aliens are ever going to be. Well that's why. I want to meet the aliens but i don't want to be the first human to meet the aliens. I see you wanna wait until the eaten. The first group of humans genuine attempt to them when they're full plan. I wanna be dessert not appetizer. You don't want to be there pitino into the post dinner conversation. That's my dessert. I'll be the one that chose them I am more hammy cartoonist. And creator of comics. I i'm daniel. I'm a particle physicist. And i'm happy to be any part of dinner with aliens. I think just very sweet daniel so you make a good dessert. I can be salty. Watch out we of those deserted savory. That's right would you like to meet daniel. He's a particle physicist. He's mommy flavored. And they're gonna be no thanks. Gimme some cartoonist. They're much more out of shape kisses softer. Welcome to our podcast. Daniel hora explain the universe production of iheartradio in which we take stock of the shape of the universe house. Squishy is it. How firm how fit is it. And how deep is our understanding of the fundamental nature of this reality..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it using in-depth genetic analysis and realtime bloodwork forwards top-rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plans to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward. Dot com are. I were back in daniel answering listener questions from our wonderful good looking intelligent clever friendly listeners. Who send in their deep thoughts about the universe. I love hearing from all of you guys. Please please please write to us. I know that you are out there. You have questions about the universe and you have not written to us. And i don't know why so. Please send us your questions two questions at daniel and horrid dot com. I promise you you'll get a personal reply. Our next question comes from a pair of curious folks from brazil. Hey guys. This is rodrigo and brazilian believing the uk. At the moment. I love the show and so does my twelve year. Old san pedro right bedroom right a lot of the podcast to and i have a question a lot to simulation hypothesis. Exactly so a question. Today is whether the quantum nature of our universe and the fact that we observe a speed limit of sorts which is the speed of light might ed so probability of us actually being assimilation since you could argue that bits or quanta and processing speed limits are aspects. Would expect observing any computational system and that might not necessarily be present in the real ultimate universe. that's it we'd love to hear thoughts about that. Thank you so much and keep up the great work right well. This superfund kind of silly but also very very serious. He goes to the heart of the nature of our reality. Are we living in a simulation emulation. Are we living a real universe. Could we tell the difference so thank you very much rodrigue. Oh pedro for sharing your curiosity and the superfund question and thanks to rodrigo for sharing his love of signs and deep linking with the next generation. Let's first we visit the superfund question of are we living in a simulation if you haven't heard this before this is the idea that maybe everything around us isn't real in some deep sense but instead maybe we are all inside a computer run by some other kind of creature in some other kind of universe. And the genesis of the idea comes. From our ability to simulate universes. We have powerful computers now and on. Those computers weaken run simulations. We can say what happens if you take a star and you shoot it against another star or what happens if you have ten to six stars. Do they form a galaxy. This is a very important part of doing science are these simulated experiments because sometimes things are just too complicated to write everything down with pencil and paper and so we need to like code in the rules of the universe and then simulated just to see what happens. This is often the case when we have a complex emergent phenomena one. that's difficult to predict from the underlying rules but we can use a simulation to figure out what happens and the way the simulation works is. You're right the rules down. Yes specified the initial conditions like you say is the star of a here is a star over there and as a star over here and then you say go and the malaysian takes over and it says well i know where everything is right now and i know the rules are for how to update my universe and it makes a little change in the universe's as all right. Let's take a one time step forward by half a second or by two seconds or whatever. I'll move all the stars a little bit and then i'll do it again. And in that way you can describe really complicated things like hurricanes or galaxy formations. Even if you can't ever sit down to write like the math directly for a hurricane or how a galaxy forms so it's a very powerful tool but people notice that they writing down basically the laws of physics into a computer and they are creating inside their computer a simulated universe and the idea is what if you could write a simulation that was so complicated so sophisticated that it could simulate the workings of human brain would that human brain think that it was alive would think that it existed. Would it have a subjective. I personal experience. That of course goes to the heart of the question of what is consciousness is just information or does it rely on the actual configuration of our neurons. But imagine for a moment. We put that impossible to answer difficult question aside. We assume that a perfect simulation of your mind would have exactly the same experience experiences. You would think that it was alive. In that scenario then you could imagine writing a simulation which was so good that something in it would not know it was in assimilation. It would experience the universe that you have created inside your computer and it would think it was real now if you believe that then it only takes one more step to reflect back on yourself and say hold on a second. How do i know that the universe. I'm living in is a simulation. Is it possible that i'm nothing. More than information. In some giant incredibly complicated computer capable of simulating an entire universe. That's a pretty big idea holding your head and maybe make a little queasy to wonder like who's out there who programming the universe but it also kind of makes sense in some way because there is a similarity to the structure of a computer program and the structure of a universe right. A universe seems to follow rules like for reasons. We don't really understand. The universe is describable using mathematical physical laws and those physical laws. Don't seem to change. You do an experiment today and you do the same experiment in a month or one hundred years. You should get the same answer. Because you're probing some true physical law that governs what happens in our universe. That's also the same principle behind a simulation. Right you right down the laws of what happens and then into sort of churns forward. Implementing them mindlessly. So that's kind of cool and it sort of feels like by revealing the physical laws of the how our universe runs. You might ask. Are we revealing physical laws or are we revealing the source code of the universe. Are we revealing the way. The universe is calculated something. I've often wondered is you. Where are these calculations done. Like if i do an experiment in my laboratory and i shoot one particle at another particle. I can calculate what's going to happen. But how does the universe decide what's going to happen is they are calculation being done somewhere. Is the universe basically like a computer that is doing these calculations you can even imagine for example using the universes physical laws to effectively do calculations that we don't have complex enough computers to do anyway back to the question from rodrigo. Pedro they notice a couple of things about our universe namely the fact that we have a speed limit at the speed of light and the fact that the universe seems to be quantum sized that is up into chunks and they wonder. Are these clues that we are living in a simulation. So i would argue for yes and then i'll tell you why i think the answer is probably no the argument for yes why these might be clues that we would be living in a simulation is that they are the kinds of things. We might encode into a simulation we wrote. For example. if you limit the speed that information can move through your universe. It makes it a lot easier to program your universe because you can separate it into pieces if you know that nothing that happens and this left corner of the universe can possibly influence the top right corner of the universe within a certain amount of time then you don't have to do those calculations often when we do really big complex simulations. That's kind of thing we're doing is we're looking for shortcuts calculations we don't really need to do for example in principle. You are affected by the electric fields from electrons indian drama to galaxy because the extent of the electromagnetic field is infinite but in practice. That makes no difference to you. Or what happens to you or changes your life at all. So if you were doing the calculation you could just set that zero rather than actually calculating it and get the same answer so we make lots of approximations and it would be very convenient to have a limit on how fast information could move. Because if there wasn't a limited information can move at the speed of light if you could shoot a death gun in one galaxy instantaneously. Kill someone on the other side of the universe and every time you're doing an update to the universe to step it forwards in time to figure out what happens next you need to scan through the whole universe and see is somebody to shoot a death-ray whereas if you have a limit on this beat of information you only need to search within a certain space to see what's going to happen that's gonna affect this person or this alien or this rock so it'd be very convenient in a similar vein kuantan housing. The universe saying there isn't an infinitely small particle or a space can't be divided into infinitely small pieces would be very convenient because it would mean. There's a minimum distance that you need to analyze in your simulation when we do as a here in real size. For example we usually create a granulated description of what's going on. And we don't simulate things smaller than that and how small we go depends on the problem. We're solving. if for example. You are trying to simulate hurricane. You might not simulate anything smaller than a water drop. You don't really care what's going on inside the water. The water drop itself is your basic unit if you simulating galaxies. You probably don't go smaller than an individual star you know really care about what's going on inside that star or even on the planets around it because they have no influence on how the galaxy is formed so having a minimum unit to your universe is very convenient for doing those calculations so rodrigue on pedro or suggesting. Hey are these clues. At the people who wrote our simulation have taken some shortcuts. This make the simulation hypothesis. More likely and i would say the answer is no because we don't know anything about the meta universe. Remember that when we write a simulation of another universe we can make up whatever rules we like sure one popular thing to do is to stimulate our own universe to probe be you can also create any crazy kind of universe with any physical laws you want. There is literally no lint and what that means in principle is that by studying the physical laws of our universe you gain no insight at exactly zero clue about the physical laws of the universe on the outside the real universe that the running our simulation and that means we don't know anything about computers in that universe and we have no idea what hard or easy for those computers everything i've just laid out his basically assuming we have simple classical computers just like ours but if they have a very different universe the whole concept of a computer could be very different and was easy with hard on those computers could be totally different and so if you wanna be really strict about it i would say we can't learn anything about the nature of that universe from examining our own. You might wonder we'll hold on a second. Don't we have a quantum universe. Doesn't that limit. The kind of things we can calculate doesn't the fact that our universe is quantum limit. The kinds of things. We can simulate forcing us only simulate quantities universes doesn't that mean if we're quantity and probably the meta universe at simulating us is also quantifies. Not it's possible using quantum computers. To simulate non quantifies universes. You can for example on a quantum computer right down the equation of a perfect circle a continuous circle which is not quantity equation for that is pretty simple. Riot is x squared. Plus y squared equals some number and that the representation remember computers in the end our representation. Yes they're moving information around. What that information means depends on the context you know that information represents stars in a galaxy or drops of water in a hurricane but somebody else is looking at. The bits doesn't necessarily know what it means. So the power of the simulation depends on the interpretation of knowing what that information represents and so it can represent almost anything you can arrange bits to describe a classical unquantified.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"The precious data collected by our experiments and the network you used to capture store and transmit the data can make the difference between learning a deep secret about the origins of the universe or not and that's why the world's leading institutions like fourteen out of twenty of the world's leading universities trust juniper networks juniper provides essential reliability. So you don't lose your data combined with cost effective solutions for your application big or small from data centers to wifi driven by a i learn more about juniper's work with the world's leading reserves institutions. At juniper gotten it. it's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it using in-depth genetic analysis and realtime bloodwork forwards top-rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plans to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward. Dot com are. I were back in daniel answering listener questions from our wonderful good looking intelligent clever friendly listeners. Who send in their deep thoughts about the universe. I love hearing from all of you guys. Please please please write to us. I know that you are out there. You have questions about the universe and you have not written to us. And i don't know why so. Please send us your questions two questions at daniel and horrid dot com. I promise you you'll get a personal reply. Our next question comes from a pair of curious folks from brazil. Hey guys. This is rodrigo and brazilian believing the uk. At the moment. I love the show and so does my twelve year. Old san pedro right bedroom right a lot of the podcast to and i have a question a lot to simulation hypothesis. Exactly so a question. Today is whether the quantum nature of our universe and the fact that we observe a speed limit of sorts which is the speed of light might ed so probability of us actually being assimilation since you could argue that bits or quanta and processing speed limits are aspects. Would expect observing any computational system and that might not necessarily be present in the real ultimate universe. that's it we'd love to hear thoughts about that. Thank you so much and keep up the great work right well. This superfund kind of silly but also very very serious. He goes to the heart of the nature of our reality. Are we living in a simulation emulation. Are we living a real universe. Could we tell the difference so thank you very much rodrigue. Oh pedro for sharing your curiosity and the superfund question and thanks to rodrigo for sharing his love of signs and deep linking with the next generation. Let's first we visit the superfund question of are we living in a simulation if you haven't heard this before this is the idea that maybe everything around us isn't real in some deep sense but instead maybe we are all inside a computer run by some other kind of creature in some other kind of universe. And the genesis of the idea comes. From our ability to simulate universes. We have powerful computers now and on. Those computers weaken run simulations. We can say what happens if you take a star and you shoot it against another star or what happens if you have ten to six stars. Do they form a galaxy. This is a very important part of doing science are these simulated experiments because sometimes things are just too complicated to write everything down with pencil and paper and so we need to like code in the rules of the universe and then simulated just to see what happens. This is often the case when we have a complex emergent phenomena one. that's difficult to predict from the underlying rules but we can use a simulation to figure out what happens and the way the simulation works is. You're right the rules down. Yes specified the initial conditions like you say is the star of a here is a star over there and as a star over here and then you say go and the malaysian takes over and it says well i know where everything is right now and i know the rules are for how to update my universe and it makes a little change in the universe's as all right. Let's take a one time step forward by half a second or by two seconds or whatever. I'll move all the stars a little bit and then i'll do it again. And in that way you can describe really complicated things like hurricanes or galaxy formations. Even if you can't ever sit down to write like the math directly for a hurricane or how a galaxy forms so it's a very powerful tool but people notice that they writing down basically the laws of physics into a computer and they are creating inside their computer a simulated universe and the idea is what if you could write a simulation that was so complicated so sophisticated that it could simulate the workings of human brain would that human brain think that it was alive would think that it existed. Would it have a subjective. I personal experience. That of course goes to the heart of the question of what is consciousness is just information or does it rely on the actual configuration of our neurons. But imagine for a moment. We put that impossible to answer difficult question aside. We assume that a perfect simulation of your mind would have exactly the same experience experiences. You would think that it was alive. In that scenario then you could imagine writing a simulation which was so good that something in it would not know it was in assimilation. It would experience the universe that you have created inside your computer and it would think it was real now if you believe that then it only takes one more step to reflect back on yourself and say hold on a second. How do i know that the universe. I'm living in is a simulation. Is it possible that i'm nothing. More than information. In some giant incredibly complicated computer capable of simulating an entire universe. That's a pretty big idea holding your head and maybe make a little queasy to wonder like who's out there who programming the universe but it also kind of makes sense in some way because there is a similarity to the structure of a computer program and the structure of a universe right. A universe seems to follow rules like for reasons. We don't really understand. The universe is describable using mathematical physical laws and those physical laws. Don't seem to change. You do an experiment today and you do the same experiment in a month or one hundred years. You should get the same answer. Because you're probing some true physical law that governs what happens in our universe. That's also the same principle behind a simulation. Right you right down the laws of what happens and then into sort of churns forward. Implementing them mindlessly. So that's kind of cool and it sort of feels like by revealing the physical laws of the how our universe runs. You might ask. Are we revealing physical laws or are we revealing the source code of the universe. Are we revealing the way. The universe is calculated something. I've often wondered is you. Where are these calculations done. Like if.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Hey everyone daniel here. We talk a lot on this program about the excitement of making new scientific discoveries but we couldn't make those discoveries without scientific data from measurements of higgs bozon decays to recording the afterglow of the big bang everything we have learned about our universe relies on the precious data collected by our experiments and the network you used to capture store and transmit the data can make the difference between learning a deep secret about the origins of the universe or not and that's why the world's leading institutions like fourteen out of twenty of the world's leading universities trust juniper networks juniper provides essential reliability. So you don't lose your data combined with cost effective solutions for your application big or small from data centers to wifi driven by a i learn more about juniper's work with the world's leading reserves institutions. At juniper gotten it. it's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it using in-depth genetic analysis and realtime bloodwork forwards top-rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plans to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward. Dot com are. I were back in daniel answering listener questions from our wonderful good looking intelligent clever friendly listeners. Who send in their deep thoughts about the universe. I love hearing from all of you guys. Please please please write to us. I know that you are out there. You have questions about the universe and you have not written to us. And i don't know why so. Please send us your questions two questions at daniel and horrid dot com. I promise you you'll get a personal reply. Our next question comes from a pair of curious folks from brazil. Hey guys. This is rodrigo and brazilian believing the uk. At the moment. I love the show and so does my twelve year. Old san pedro right bedroom right a lot of the podcast to and i have a question a lot to simulation hypothesis. Exactly so a question. Today is whether the quantum nature of our universe and the fact that we observe a speed limit of sorts which is the speed of light might ed so probability of us actually being assimilation since you could argue that bits or quanta and processing speed limits are aspects. Would expect observing any computational system and that might not necessarily be present in the real ultimate universe. that's it we'd love to hear thoughts about that. Thank you so much and keep up the great work right well. This superfund kind of silly but also very very serious. He goes to the heart of the nature of our reality. Are we living in a simulation emulation. Are we living a real universe. Could we tell the difference so thank you very much rodrigue. Oh pedro for sharing your curiosity and the superfund question and thanks to rodrigo for sharing his love of signs and deep linking with the next generation. Let's first we visit the superfund question of are we living in a simulation if you haven't heard this before this is the idea that maybe everything around us isn't real in some deep sense but instead maybe we are all inside a computer run by some other kind of creature in some other kind of universe. And the genesis of the idea comes. From our ability to simulate universes. We have powerful computers now and on. Those computers weaken run simulations. We can say what happens if you take a star and you shoot it against another star or what happens if you have ten to six stars. Do they form a galaxy. This is a very important part of doing science are these simulated experiments because sometimes things are just too complicated to write everything down with pencil and paper and so we need to like code in the rules of the universe and then simulated just to see what happens. This is often the case when we have a complex emergent phenomena one. that's difficult to predict from the underlying rules but we can use a simulation to figure out what happens and the way the simulation works is. You're right the rules down. Yes specified the initial conditions like you say is the star of a here is a star over there and as a star over here and then you say go and the malaysian takes over and it says well i know where everything is right now and i know the rules are for how to update my universe and it makes a little change in the universe's as all right. Let's take a one time step forward by half a second or by two seconds or whatever. I'll move all the stars a little bit and then i'll do it again. And in that way you can describe really complicated things like hurricanes or galaxy formations. Even if you can't ever sit down to write like the math directly for a hurricane or how a galaxy forms so it's a very powerful tool but people notice that they writing down basically the laws of physics into a computer and they are creating inside their computer a simulated universe and the idea is what if you could write a simulation that was so complicated so sophisticated that it could simulate the workings of human brain would that human brain think that it was alive would think that it existed. Would it have a subjective. I personal experience. That of course goes to the heart of the question of what is consciousness is just information or does it rely on the actual configuration of our neurons. But imagine for a moment. We put that impossible to answer difficult question aside. We assume that a perfect simulation of your mind would have exactly the same experience experiences. You would think that it was alive. In that scenario then you could imagine writing a simulation which was so good that something in it would not know it was in assimilation. It would experience the universe that you have created inside your computer and it would think it was real now if you believe that then it only takes one more step to reflect back on yourself and say hold on a second. How do i know that the universe. I'm living in is a simulation. Is it possible that i'm nothing. More than information. In some giant incredibly complicated computer capable of simulating an entire universe. That's a pretty big idea holding your head and maybe make a little queasy to wonder like who's out there who programming the universe but it also kind of makes sense in some way because there is a similarity to the structure of a computer program and the structure of a universe right. A universe seems to follow rules like for reasons. We don't really understand. The universe is describable using mathematical physical laws and those physical laws. Don't seem to change. You do an experiment today and you do the same experiment in a month or one hundred years. You should get the same answer. Because you're probing some true physical law that governs what happens in our universe. That's also the same principle behind a simulation. Right you right down the laws of what happens and then into sort of churns forward. Implementing them mindlessly. So that's kind of cool and it sort of feels like by revealing the physical laws of the how our universe runs. You might ask. Are we revealing physical laws or are we revealing the source code of the universe. Are we revealing the way. The universe is calculated something. I've often wondered is you. Where are these calculations done. Like if.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Leading universities trust juniper networks juniper provides essential reliability. So you don't lose your data combined with cost effective solutions for your application big or small from data centers to wifi driven by a i learn more about juniper's work with the world's leading reserves institutions. At juniper gotten it. it's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it using in-depth genetic analysis and realtime bloodwork forwards top-rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. 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This is rodrigo and brazilian believing the uk. At the moment. I love the show and so does my twelve year. Old san pedro right bedroom right a lot of the podcast to and i have a question a lot to simulation hypothesis. Exactly so a question. Today is whether the quantum nature of our universe and the fact that we observe a speed limit of sorts which is the speed of light might ed so probability of us actually being assimilation since you could argue that bits or quanta and processing speed limits are aspects. Would expect observing any computational system and that might not necessarily be present in the real ultimate universe. that's it we'd love to hear thoughts about that. Thank you so much and keep up the great work right well. This superfund kind of silly but also very very serious. He goes to the heart of the nature of our reality. Are we living in a simulation emulation. Are we living a real universe. Could we tell the difference so thank you very much rodrigue. Oh pedro for sharing your curiosity and the superfund question and thanks to rodrigo for sharing his love of signs and deep linking with the next generation. Let's first we visit the superfund question of are we living in a simulation if you haven't heard this before this is the idea that maybe everything around us isn't real in some deep sense but instead maybe we are all inside a computer run by some other kind of creature in some other kind of universe. And the genesis of the idea comes. From our ability to simulate universes. We have powerful computers now and on. Those computers weaken run simulations. We can say what happens if you take a star and you shoot it against another star or what happens if you have ten to six stars. Do they form a galaxy. This is a very important part of doing science are these simulated experiments because sometimes things are just too complicated to write everything down with pencil and paper and so we need to like code in the rules of the universe and then simulated just to see what happens. This is often the case when we have a complex emergent phenomena one. that's difficult to predict from the underlying rules but we can use a simulation to figure out what happens and the way the simulation works is. You're right the rules down. Yes specified the initial conditions like you say is the star of a here is a star over there and as a star over here and then you say go and the malaysian takes over and it says well i know where everything is right now and i know the rules are for how to update my universe and it makes a little change in the universe's as all right. Let's take a one time step forward by half a second or by two seconds or whatever. I'll move all the stars a little bit and then i'll do it again. And in that way you can describe really complicated things like hurricanes or galaxy formations. Even if you can't ever sit down to write like the math directly for a hurricane or how a galaxy forms so it's a very powerful tool but people notice that they writing down basically the laws of physics into a computer and they are creating inside their computer a simulated universe and the idea is what if you could write a simulation that was so complicated so sophisticated that it could simulate the workings of human brain would that human brain think that it was alive would think that it existed. Would it have a subjective. I personal experience. That of course goes to the heart of the question of what is consciousness is just information or does it rely on the actual configuration of our neurons. But imagine for a moment. We put that impossible to answer difficult question aside. We assume that a perfect simulation of your mind would have exactly the same experience experiences. You would think that it was alive. In that scenario then you could imagine writing a simulation which was so good that something in it would not know it was in assimilation. It would experience the universe that you have created inside your computer and it would think it was real now if you believe that then it only takes one more step to reflect back on yourself and say hold on a second. How do i know that the universe. I'm living in is a simulation. Is it possible that i'm nothing. More than information. In some giant incredibly complicated computer capable of simulating an entire universe. That's a pretty big idea holding your head and maybe make a little queasy to wonder like who's out there who programming the universe but it also kind of makes sense in some way because there is a similarity to the structure of a computer program and the structure of a universe right. A universe seems to follow rules like for reasons. We don't really understand. The universe is describable using mathematical physical laws and those physical laws. Don't seem to change. You do an experiment today and you do the same experiment in a month or one hundred years. You should get the same answer. Because you're probing some true physical law that governs what happens in our universe. That's also the same principle behind a simulation. Right you right down the laws of what happens and then into sort of churns forward. Implementing them mindlessly. So that's kind of cool and it sort of feels like by revealing the physical laws of the how our universe runs. You might ask. Are we revealing physical laws or are we revealing the source code of the universe. Are we revealing the way. The universe is calculated something. I've often wondered is you. Where are these calculations done. Like if.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Dallas cowboys. I'm going to rip eleven through fifteen and just grabbed two that interest here eleven to the giants devante smith wide receiver from alabama. Let's stick with alabama with the twelfth. Pick pat 'certain junior pertain. The second the second or junior. I always get that i always do that. Up the second the second patch retain the second so going to the eagles. The eagles play that beautifully. They trade out from six to twelve. They still get the top corner in the draft 'certain than thirteen a little mini run on corners here. The chargers the assumption offensive. Line up. man. They need corner as well. Jc horn Premier premiere talent. He goes at thirteen to the chargers. Jalen phillips fourteen to the minnesota. Vikings and fifteen mike parsons. Linebacker penn state to the new england patriots to name. Stand out first and talk about the heisman trophy Going to the new york giants. The giants are all in on trying to upgrade the personnel around you channels so they can evaluate him and see if he is the franchise quarterback going forward. The of gives them a playmaker. Someone who was skewed route runner. And we've seen it. He gets open versus everybody. Giving them a bit open. Specialists were certainly helped daniel jones and the other pick jalen phillips going fourteen to the minnesota vikings minnesota vikings need another pass rusher. Look they were hamstrung because they didn't have. Anthony barr some of the other defensive weapons you now give phillips who was a technician at the point of attack helps them a teammate. A playmate opposite of danielle hunter on the other side. Those guys go hunt together Sixteen through twenty. I'll rip them off. Just give me one that stands out. I've got jalen waddell going to the arizona cardinals met. It'd be fun to watch him there. Seventeen the raiders. Go to linebacker jeremiah. We'll core amoah from notre dame. Gus bradley requires a lot of speeding athleticism ability to cover in that defense. They get it. miami dolphins stay local at eighteen. They get greg russo. Who there's a chance could slide a little bit with a little bit tight. Obits stiff in his workout The jumps weren't all that explosive. but go. i remind you just go back and look at the ten time there and look at how big and how long he is I'm still a fan of rousseau. Nineteen alleged vera. Tucker from usc he goes to the washington. Football team could really played left tackle for them as a rookie before eventually sliding inside When they can address at position. And then twenty greg newsom against dan right there in chicago. He goes to the bears from northwestern very talented core. Yeah talented list..

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"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"The last couple of years all right the seventh pick. This is where things start to get interesting. You look at the detroit. Lions and the report comes out that they are open to trading matthew stafford. So that means to me. They're very much in the quarterback market. And i would not even be shocked if they tried to move up. You look at a team like miami at pick number three bucks. That could be a destination for them to try and get up to make sure they get a quarterback they like in this scenario. They sit right where they are. Justin field from ohio state falls right in her lap. I think this is interesting is especially interesting that we look at the composition of their coaching staff. Anthony lynn coming over the of coordinator day campbell talking about being kind of a little horn team. I think you will see a run. I see as in feels throws into the position. But also look for the detroit to may be signed. A ridge quarterback maybe quarterback is tyrod. Say they don't know if he likes to bite kneecaps. I think it's a good fit there. Dan campbell all right. Let's get to pick number eight carolina panthers. I think they would have been very interested to look at a quarterback former to fall. We have four quarterbacks on in the first seven picks so they're out of. I don't think anybody they can take their matt mack jones. I think it's a little early for that. One there So i have them go with the tackle big pook a suicide oregon to the panthers at number eight. Yeah i liked it. I liked that because one thing that we know about maverick. He won't say tough and physical football team. They were unable to impose their will consistently on a you get a sewer to insert into that offense align you get christian mccaffrey back man you. The carolina panthers played the style. That rule really wants to play down in charlotte. Are we get to the ninth. Pick the denver. Broncos we got him going caleb farley here big corner out of virginia tech i i believe is the best in the draft book to me. I think is one of the five best players in the draft. He's outstanding opted out this last year. Big long fast physical with outstanding ball skills. You don't have to look any further than the afc championship game to not how you have to construct your team. You're in this division. The denver broncos you gotta deal with against the chiefs twice a year. You better have a stable of quarterbacks kayla farley gives a big physical player to maybe snuff out some of the speed and explosiveness that can't cheese can present with their wide receiver core night last. Pick here in the top ten. Let's go dallas cowboys. Let's stick with the cornerback theme here. Patrick. 'certain some people believes the top quarterback. He's one or two depending on where you talk to but big talented again long. Instinctive corner from alabama. Maybe the short area quickness not quite at the level with with farley. That's the only difference to me..

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