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"david herzog" Discussed on Coffee With Conrad

Coffee With Conrad

04:03 min | 6 d ago

"david herzog" Discussed on Coffee With Conrad

"Book i use a lot of scripture about how one must be born again to even see the kingdom of heaven. A lot of people don't even know what that means. Amen here is a review from brenda larson. Many of us believe in the supernatural. But do you believe in the super supernatural in a god who can and does amazing work in us in his book. Conrad character talks of the works of god's amazing power. It is important to note. The first part of the book is before conrad became a christian. The second part is about the amazing things. God is in his life. Filled with biblical references and wisdom characters book will open spiritual eyes to the amazing things. God does to enter some people. If you're a fan of rick joyner. Chris valetyn bob jones david herzog. You will love this book. It will stretch your mind but it is definitely worth the read. I highly recommend it as it will show you..

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"david herzog" Discussed on 60-Second Science

60-Second Science

07:22 min | 5 months ago

"david herzog" Discussed on 60-Second Science

"This is scientific american sixty seconds science. Podcast i'm clara moskowitz. There are probably many more particles out there in the universe than the ones we know about and today physicists. Got a hint about where they might be hiding. The finding comes from an experiment at fermilab called mu on g. minus two which looks particles called nuance that are heavier cousins of electrons. It turns out there spins wobble more than the standard laws of physics. Say they should here to tell us all about. It is david herzog of the university of washington. One of the physicists. On the experiment by the way this segment is on the longer side dear listener but hey this is complicated physics david. Thanks for being here. Thanks claire this is a really exciting time for us okay. let's get grounded. Why are new important. Well since the discovery of the mule on its played actually a rather unique in versatile role in subatomic physics topics that people use meals for range from fundamental constants of nature basic cemeteries week nuclear nuclear interactions and for us we care about the most is standard model tests and searches for new physics. That's what we're gonna do with now. The mmu on is an unstable particle. It only lives for about two microseconds. But that's sufficiently long to precisely study its properties and yet it's actually sufficiently short so that we have enough decays that we can also study a lot of tremendous information or in the decay processes now work of nature which we parody non conservation or or space non conservation. Milan's born what we call fully polarized they have spins in a direction that we go like top stew and when they decay. We say they are self analyzing. We can figure out which way were spitting when they decayed and these. Two attributes are essential for the experiment. That i'm going to talk to you about so tennis by iran this experiment in the first place. Why look at new on spin. Well when we measure the rate that the new on spin wobbles are i use the word processes in a magnetic field. We learned directly about its own magnetism which we call the attack moment. But you might ask. What do we care about that for while the laws of physics predict this magnetism very very precisely and the loss if we think we know them completely intern. Telus the rate of that wobbling that we should expect in the magnet so measuring the rate we can learn. The laws of physics are missing anything. Tell us about the set up of this experiment in basic terms. How did it work. It is a very very complicated setup player but let me just try to break it down simply we should. Big batches of meal wants into a large fourteen meter diameter superconducting magnet. All of them we shooting with their spins lined up in the direction. They're going like headlights on a car. When the moon's begin to circulate run around the magnetic ring they sort of act like race cars going around a circular track so as they go round and around and around it turns out that the direction that they're spins point no longer stays kind of lined up with the way they were when they were injected and every twenty nine times around the track the spin direction actually makes an extra full her so this difference is what we measure. We measure the difference between the spin direction and the direction. The ones were going that signal then is all tied up in the comment. I made about parody violation earlier in self analyzing spin. I said we record the products of the mu on decays win. They spin around like that and we collect them into a spectrum. That ends up with the kind of modulation exactly at that lapping frequency. So the frequency is the ticket. How fast spin goes around faster than one runs around. And what did you find what we found that. That wobble frequency was faster than the prediction. And we've found also. Interestingly enough that the saying kind of level faster than what had been measured twenty years ago at brookhaven national lab. So we confirm this this value. That was out there for about twenty years. That people were kind of like is that right. So what does this mean. And why is it so exciting. It's truly exciting. Because the significance of the difference now between the prediction and the experiments is so high that it looks like it might be revealing something. Twenty years ago it was just a soft difference between the prediction but we have a higher precision experiment. Now we can buy that with the measurement from twenty years ago. The precision is pretty high and were really at the level where people begin to think that starts to look like a discovery so at the very beginning clarify what you said was perhaps there are more particles in the universe than the ones we know about in its those particles which would cause this spin to go faster than prediction is such a complicated experiment. Republishing four papers that once probably one hundred pages in the journals to explain the whole thing. I've been doing this for about thirty years. So you also realize we do this blinded right way so. When did you find out just about a month ago. So you know just enough to put in the numbers into the final plots to right the beginning at ends of the paper ninety percent of the papers written before we know the result and basically a hundred seventy people sitting on zoom meeting. That i'll have to be satisfied in votes. Then we reveal these secret envelopes and then we decode the clock frequency and suddenly we see the results. it's really unnerving but it absolutely means we are not biased as We're going to get because we have no way to change the number after the week type in the secret code. And what did you feel when you saw that number to be honest. We all screamed in excitement but maybe for different reasons for me having been involved in this so long ago also being involved in the previous experiment i was extremely happy that we were verifying that. The previous experiment was correct but then the second emotion comes along that the two of them together. Now push the difference to what's actually called four point two standard deviations between since about one forty thousand chances so being a fluke and that really is exciting. Because we're all looking for new physics. That's amazing so we might actually be seeing the work of particles that we never knew about before it sure does but we do have more work to go just sitting on the smallest pile of the data so far terms of the results. We have a lot more data that we're taking as we speak and only then when we analyze all of it might we actually know you know the final truth to this but the other thing that this makes it kind of interesting is from all of the students and post. Docs in young people still working on this with so much more data to go basically. We're not quite over the line of what they call discovery at five standard deviations though this is very motivating for us to finish the job since we have so much more data that we can look at our sort of fell in the right place to keep it. Keep it kind of cool. Well then i'm going to stay tuned. Thank you so much david. Bet lose enjoyable for scientific american. Sixty seconds science podcast. I'm clara.

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"david herzog" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"david herzog" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yes. In the national baseball hall of fame. Gradually time was the charm the hall of fame president says Martinez made it in with eighty five point four percent of the vote guardsmen has entire eighteen year career with the Seattle. Mariners racking up quite the stats. Seven time all star one five silver slugger awards finished. Among the American League's top five and on base percentage. Ten times three times leading the league. He drove in one hundred or more runs. Six times scored one hundred of the more runs five times and won a pair of batting titles. Look for edgar's jersey number eleven flying above the space. Needle now. For a newscast changeup is your new home in old drug house like horrified. Seven spoke with the maple valley family who found out their new property had been contaminated by math now state. Lawmakers are considering requiring realtors to let buyers know if the property was ever used to make a legal trucks, the state supreme court all but abolished the death penalty in Washington last year. But state lawmakers are looking at one big exception. Republicans state Senator Keith Wagoner is proposing a bipartisan Bill that would let a review panel recommend a death sentence for an inmate serving life who kills behind bars under the current system. Once you're in prison, and you murderer again, there's no consequence Wagoner's bail is named in honor of Monroe corrections. Officer Jamie Bendall who was murdered by an inmate serving life. He got a death sentence. But that was created after the supreme court decision. That's KIRO radio Santa Scott. No. 'cause yet for that to alarm fire at commercial building an incline last night fire. Crews took seven was a person that was treated for smoke inhalation. The two story building was purchased about a month ago. It was going to be used as a machine shop and was set to open in the next few weeks. He wasn't due for another four weeks. But Edison clay decided to enter the world in his Clelland families car on the way to Kittitas valley hospital. Dad, David Herzog at the wheel. I look forward to see where I'm driving and find a place where I can pull over and look. Back in. My wife's holding our baby mom and baby are both doing well, dad. He's a little rattled..

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"david herzog" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"david herzog" Discussed on KOMO

"The day will Mariners great Edgar Martinez. Finally, get the call telling him he'll be inducted into the baseball hall of fame. Larry stone has covered edgar's career and his path to this day for the Seattle times. And he spoke earlier with komo's Tom hutler. Larry this is an amazing turnaround from just a few years ago and that vote got down to about twenty five percent. Yeah. It really is. Tom. I've got to admit I didn't think he had much of a chance. Starting in two thousand and sixteen. He get started to make this rise and came real close last year. And now by all accounts. You get the call today on the practice. Ninety percent. And he's got twenty five gain from people who didn't vote last year and the only sell twenty bucks last year. So it would take. Encore today. Yeah. Seventy five percent needed to get in. And of course, it looks like Mario owner Rivera and ROY halladay are the guys that are going to get in. And you know, Mariano Rivera has a link to Edgar in the fact that he has stated that this is a guy he just couldn't get out. He said, this is a guy. He hated the face because Edgar was such a tough out for him. And there weren't many people. The Mario Rivera could say that about now. And you look at the numbers. When he says, he couldn't get them out at that is applied by that. I don't have the exact number funny with eleven for nineteen and Mariano Rivera. So that that tells you to amazing, but. You know, I think that's a that's been a factor in favor is a lot of people advocating for and. Deficit. Randy champion pull the plug in. A lot of. When you see Edgar and you covered him for years. And I watched him for years, obviously. This was not a this was not a gazelle. This was not Dave Winfield. This was a guy who had to work and work and work, and by dint of that work, and obviously some talent made himself into an amazing hitter with a three twelve career average. He's right handed hitter. For people to know baseball a little bit. It's going to be tougher for right handed hitters in the long run because they're facing right handed pitchers. He also wasn't going to get a lot of infield base hits. So the fact that he did what he did with the physical capacity that he had a mix it. I think a little more amazing that he did what he was able to accomplish absolutely hands hamstring really badly in Vancouver an exhibition game in nineteen ninety three never the same. He would in two thousand. You had an eye condition that that he battled the whole career, basically editor lazy? I I empathize is every single day of his. Little for the game in incredible. Yeah. He didn't get legacy and every one of them and numbers. All right up there with. Evolve. Equates in baseball. Well, we'll all take a little sense of pride this afternoon. He's one of our own Larry, thanks so much. We're looking forward to your coverage of this great event this afternoon at just shortly after three o'clock. Edgar Martinez gets the call from the hall. That's komo's Tom hutler. Komo news time one thirty nine o'clock L and family hoping to track down the sheet trooper who helped him Sunday after Elizabeth her Zogg gave birth in their SUV water broke. And I was like, oh, I'm really in labor. They were on their way to Kittitas valley hospital from their home in Cleo when baby Edison Klay decided to make his entrance into the world a little more than four weeks early. I look forward to see where I'm driving and find a place where I can pullover and look back in my wife's holding our baby. Wow, David Herzog says his wife was completely calm. But he and the other three kids in the SUV shocked first responders arrived. They were taken to the hospital where mom and baby were filmed both to be healthy Edison weighing in at five pounds, six ounces. Komo news time one forty back. Bacchus sports. Tom Glasgow continues hair coverage of this big day for a Mariners icon barring. Something completely unforeseen today will be the day Mariners. Great. Edgar Martinez receives a phone call from baseball's hall of fame letting him know that after a ten year. Wait, he has been elected to the shrine in Cooperstown. So many highlights over the years for gar now.

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"david herzog" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"david herzog" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic at eleven forty four Parrella Lewis with the forecast for you too. Heavy rain is back today dumping up to one inch of rain in some places by tomorrow this system, bringing all the rain is also responsible for heavy snow in the cascades, one to two feet of snow is expected thereby tomorrow and about six to eleven inches of snow in the passes. We get back to dry conditions by Thursday and that last right on through the weekend. From the KOMO weather center. I'm Parrella Lewis right now over the Walla Walla cloudy skies forty-three to the coast hoquiam, light rain, Forty-six, currently clouds and forty seven in Renton at eleven thirty five Cleland family is hoping to track down the state trooper who helped them Sunday after Elizabeth Herzog gave birth than their SUV water broke. And I was like, oh, I'm really in labor. They were on their way to Kittitas valley hospital from their home and clear Elleman, baby. Edison, clay decided to make his entrance into the world a little more than four weeks early. I look forward to see where I'm driving and find a place where I can pull over. And look back in. My wife's holding our baby David Herzog says his wife was completely call, but he and their three children in the SUV were shocked. First responders arrived. They were taken to task valley hospital where mom and baby were found to be healthy condition. Edison weighed in at five pound six ounces. Former democratic states Representative David Sawyer has registered as a lobbyist months after he lost his primary election following an investigation had found. He violated the houses policies on harassment decorum and ethics the state's public disclosure commission website shows he's registered under his firm aero consulting as of this week. Sawyers sole client is the gallery glass and wears which operates marijuana stores in Tacoma, five Puyallup up in spanaway in an Email to the Associated Press Sawyer wrote he'll work with the chief clerk of the house to address any concerns about his return to the capital. The measles outbreak. In Clark county is grown at twenty two confirmed cases three more suspected cases that list of locations where people may have been exposed also growing today. Clark county public health is sending out an automated phone system. Call two people may have been exposed to measles, which is spread by tiny airborne droplets that can hang in the air for extended. Periods of time making it highly contagious disease typically hits with a pretty high fever than a cough. Runny nose and itchy red is followed by a rash. Typically starting on the head and face and moving down the body union leaders at Boeing are challenging the growing trend toward robotics automation on airplane assembly lines, including the Everett built triple seven system. Includes robots that helped build the forward and aft sections.

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