22 Burst results for "Deccan"

"deccan" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"deccan" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"On the most interesting thing by far to me about this. Was that with the deccan traps. They tested a climate model with four times. The co two concentration in the atmosphere and it actually increased the habitable area for dinosaurs. Which i think proves my point that if we emit a crazy amount of carbon dioxide and wipe ourselves out the dinosaurs are going to inherit the earth. Because the avian wants yes exactly. He's clearly they are well well-suited suited so that environment they also found that this volcanic eruption from the deccan traps would have reduced the recovery time after the kp boundary from about thirty years from the chicks impact alone to about ten years so far from the previously held hypothesis that the deccan traps combined with chicks lube impact or to make a superstorm. You know a combination of negative effects that wiped out the dinosaurs. It turns out that if the deccan traps were releasing a bunch of carbon dioxide they actually would have helped the dinosaur survive the k. pg boundary. so not only. Is the chicks loop impact the most likely cause for the dinosaurs extinct. It doesn't look like the deccan traps would have made the dinosaurs go extinct at all period interesting to think. Our viewpoints changed in just a few decades. Yeah yeah. I remember as a kid having a poster on my wall with volcanoes On it as the most likely way of wiping out the dinosaurs but maybe not the case. I mean this is mostly looking at co two. So if the deccan traps were releasing a ton of suit that might change things a bit but they did point out in case you're wondering that ah ten percent. Solar dimming is all that was required to essentially make the entire planet in the habitable for dinosaurs which basically.

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"deccan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"deccan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Doubled the number of Corona virus cases today compared to yesterday. In Arizona, 1213 cases on 45 deaths today were added to the totals. 9012 test were recorded overnight. A national study finds Cancer diagnosis is we're down by nearly 50% of the U. S. In the first few months of the pandemic. A similar trend is being reported in Arizona. Banner help has seen a similar drop in cancer diagnoses, especially for breast cancer, as well as for colon, lung and pancreatic cancers. But we're attributing this dramatic decrease of cancer diagnosis to people just the Bible, so are afraid, afraid of coronavirus. They're afraid of getting the infection, so they're staying home. Dr. Villers Loving with Banner, MD. Anderson Cancer Center, says his message for patients delaying cancer screenings. Did you know, of course, that cancer continues to progress for people that have it, so it's important to get screened, especially if you have symptoms. Result. The city No Katie Air News traffic. Now for a check on traffic. Here's Monica read live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center, But we do have a closure of us 60 in the East Valley. Because of this accident, eastbound 60 shut down from Greenfield to Higley Road and traffic is stopped in the area. I would exit at Gilbert Road to avoid those heavy delays. You could go with eastbound southern or baseline and get back onto the eastbound 60 up our road or beyond or go with the 202 Red Mountain nor santan freeways. If that's not too far out of Away. We also have a crash University east of McClintock and remind about the Bush highway brush fire in the area. Eastbound and westbound. Avoid that from stare out 87 to usury Pass Road. This.

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Singapore Airshow dealt Coronavirus blow

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Singapore Airshow dealt Coronavirus blow

"We're in Singapore which is quite possibly the most unusual escher in our collective memories We are of course hit during a week. Where the corona virus has had an impact on Travel plans for those this coming. From China that would traditionally come to the show but also from others in the region including From from further further away including major exhibitors exhibited who have been somewhat nervous about attending the show. Let's talk about this a little bit. WHAT SUV attendance rates? Let's have we seen a decline with the major exhibitors. That didn't show up. Well I mean obviously the numbers significantly down we could see that for for ourselves. Almost immediately. I remember two years ago. This show it was like sort of piccadilly circus in the Russian to get through the the channels between Shell as and the exhibit will this year. There was no problem. That's all it was very easy. The other point was when we went up to the the Static on there was a lot of span space on the ramp The biggest hall of course. Being the absence of Boeing's ego demonstrator triple seventeen hundred which there were hoping to bring to the show in fatted sets off. They go to Tokyo But turned around when they Threat level was raised to orange just on just started so sadly significantly impacted of as far as I could. I'd say anyway. Well the defense side you know. It was a huge impact. Lockheed Martin Raytheon Northrop Grumman when all stayed home you know there was people from the Russian companies here but it was really a skeleton crew The Chinese accompanies were of course banned from coming obviously. Didn't stop the August. I demonstration team which made a surprise appearance last week with their j ten fighters so Yeah but there was a huge impact on offense but thinking about. That's a attending major astro since I think mid-nineteenth or so and it's the first ever that onto where nas been stat not stop stood in a single life right station not have security not whatever whatever that is we could have been empty. So that's it could be for Saturday's coming of the organizers. Say A set that eight percent of exhibitors contras but it was mostly powder the tooth because the nice two percent that did that did show up showed up with a much smaller group of people search. So for instance Abbas there but they sent a few people that they would so so. It's been depressing way unusual night and in and this huge challenges ahead full for aviation as a whole but particularly aviation in the region given the impact this is going to have on on on uncommissioned airlines yeah region. I mean if you looked at some figures here Check some days of the week or so so Normally the Chinese airlines around to tweet sixteen to eighteen thousand twice a day They've deccan the operation between five and six thousand seven days in the past week. So that's about a third of their schedule. Financial initial impact huge Don't forget there's a lot of airlines. That are highly dependent on Chinese Traffic Korean. CARIOCAS areas the airlines in Thailand which kind of missing Derek Young Group of international travelers. And so we've seen the fallout of this. Yeah will be casualties. On the way in the next two months people tend to compare where this SARS in twenty two thousand three but I actually tend to disagree with the thing that a lot of sense just because China's become so much bigger than they operate. Seven hundred aircraft craft now is four thousand so much bigger share of the building chapter nor competitions and in recovery phase face will be will be

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Intelligent Automation in the Public Sector

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

09:14 min | 1 year ago

Intelligent Automation in the Public Sector

"Need to combine technologies and approaches together in a seamless manner to can you share share with us some examples where and other approaches have been used together to help automate routine operations and really help increase it up that ladder of intelligent ignition question. Kathleen our software is built to work with just about any system and we have a lot of partners we built to work specifically alongside in fact we have an online store of prebuilt spots that organized the applications they are designed to work with like Microsoft Office. SAP Oracle for example. I would say one really cutting edge example of intelligent. RPA paired with a technology partner is automation anyways. I Q bots. Let's combined with data robot. Though this pairing works is let's take an example a company who may be submitting a claim to the government could be a contractor could be a beneficiary could be a medicare provider. Take your first step and automation anywhere. Digital worker are collects that submission and sorts the data into the highly organized flexible format Deccan step that data's fed into the data robot machine learning Latte form which is designed to automatically train the model or produce a prediction for example. The model might flag certain transaction is high risk potentially fraudulent three that prediction would be Ben. Fed back into the I q dot to take action on that information by doing whatever task is necessary for example Learning Special Investigations Unit to take a closer look the client the more transactions you run through the system. The more accurately detects fraud and saves taxpayer money and the government really needs to get better at preventing fraud. Did you know since two thousand four government has accumulated one point three trillion and improper payments. I like to see this as an example of how the bots are getting smarter every day which results in the human worker gaining more and more time to creative analytical Oughta work. They were generally higher to perform yeah. I think that's really intriguing. I think that's for us. The most intriguing being benefit of this technology that's being used in the public sector is that governments are supposed to serve the constituents and citizens and supposed to be affecting affecting a lot of very necessary things organization but of course we have systems that are very paper bound and document bound and people bound process bound and of course that does prevent these organizations comes from not just serving an increasingly larger community but doing broader things in a world that doesn't slow down at all those news all the Times news today. That's causing the markets to go crazy. Sorry things got a response so what are you seeing some of the most interesting use cases so far with governments adoption of our sort of like some of these interesting ways in in which RPA's helping in the public sector already several successful implementations have emerged one government health agency for instance tapped RPA to automate thirty thirty four processes that improve data quality over a hundred thousand records which equals thirteen thousand five hundred manual labor hours save per year bring up employees to focus on strategic tasks a couple of interesting things here I this agency is using bots on their back office systems which is a traditional use case as well as using them on frontline mission processes or one of their sub-organizations is using bots to identify linkages between older and new drugs drugs second item here is I point out. This customer ramped up to ninety five bought within five months of launch which seeks to their ability to scale quickly and realize it's near term benefits. Another customer of note is a legislative one who is deploying. RPA bots powered by artificial intelligence process hundreds of forms related. It's a judicial actions which are generated from emails online submissions backs missions and snail mail. You can imagine how much manual effort they have to do to sort all that together and put it in one cohesive place but bots are helping them do it much more simply and much more quickly. Yeah those are some really okay. Great use cases and you know every agency and department has their own journey and they're all at different stages so for agencies that are very new in this journey and are just just looking to get started with intelligent automation. What are some of the do's and don'ts and lessons learned that they should take into consideration. I would start with say begin with the end in mind. It's great to explore shallow end of the pool with a trial set a box but if you stall out and just a handful of bots that automate a simple task or two. It's really hard to call success so when you're thinking about scaling to hundreds or thousands of the industry leaders have done. You really need to keep three things in mind. I is a system easy enough for business users to deploy think about if each time you want to build a bottle even tweet one if the business user has to wait in a queue for a programmer progress us slows to a crawl the key scaling is a user friendly intuitive environment where business user can build her own boss automate tasks. She does every day every month. Every quarter issue is do you have a good governance structure to avoid bought sprawl decisions need to accommodate large numbers of Bots in order to achieve efficiencies as well as making sure that bots are believed allies danger is that without an enterprise view to programmers are likely to be building similar box in two different corners of a department wasting testing time and money third and this is really important for the government. Make sure you have a product that meets all the security standards required to operate safely on a government network. Nothing it'll get you in more trouble than to have a security violations and today we've had no hacks of any significance or of any time. That's that's great. That's really important you know because that's the last thing that I think people want to make sure that these systems are not safe and secure and make sure that you're you're using them effectively. You know we always say start small think big iterating often and so you know you're right. You don't want to just one or two bots to replace one or two two manual tasks while that's great and can save a little bit of time in the end. Is it really the looking for the efficiencies and improvements that you want yeah I think part tired of this thinking big starting small and thinking big is also thinking about that angle is that start with the end in mind and SORTA work towards that end and not think in terms of these additives which is absolutely true and you can think about that even broader to like we'll where people heading these cognitive technologies and with artificial intelligence which itself can be applied to a wide range of things so I would love to hear from you what you I believe the future of a is and in general and its application to corporations public sector agencies and beyond the former transportation department research and development official. I was lucky enough to see some cutting edge research around driverless cars and I'm really excited about when that comes to light. There's benefits in terms of safety productivity convenience environmental imagine a car that you can trust. Dr Itself to run to the store for milk or pick your kid up and soccer practice. What a huge time inconvenience savings. It'll help boost national productivity safety wise we have nearly forty thousand highway deaths every year and the vast majority order caused by human error mainly speeding and drinking but cell phones are not helping the matter expect these cars would be environmentally friendly so that should get environmentalists excited. Harking won't be an issue. We're making our way toward this with ways. I no longer really know which direction I'm going. I just blindly follow the voice commands and when the day comes that's what I can take a nap in the back seat. I won't even have to listen to that anymore. You know that's great. I'm really excited for autonomous cars as well. We because I don't love to try and so I think man. How could I be spending this twenty minutes that I'm driving here doing something else optimistic. We've we've made the commute on the beltway anytime soon. It's a dream optimistic that the twenty minutes well depends on where I'm going but yeah those were some really great. You know examples of what we have to. I look forward to in the future with an. Ai Enabled Future and actually we've talked about in AI enabled vision of the future and autonomous everything is one part of that vision and also for those of you who are our listeners we talk about this pattern with therapy and process automation intelligence automation is part of one of his seven patterns of Ai so we'll link that in our show now we talk about at that in what's called the autonomous pattern the sort of the goal of the autonomous pattern for our listeners that may not be familiar with our seven patterns to reduce the need for the human in the loop to basically basically make the thing happen that doesn't mean eliminate the human it just means. We're just the need for the human to basically be non-emissive eventually be right eventually but that's not that's sort of the pattern is is to basically build those systems that don't require the human in the loop so this fells into that how do we talk about this in terms of intelligent automation cognitive automation so definitely look through through our research for that and through other podcast that we have on this subject so Keith. You've been an amazing gas. You provided some really great insight into what's happening. Especially within public sector and you're amazing experience experience has been there done that and I guess still Glenn for punishment because you're still doing it so a Keith really want to thank you so much for joining us on this podcast. We really appreciate your

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"deccan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Because I wanted to see what it looked like with a shaved head. Yeah. And it's something that I always wanted to do. But because of my experience when I was twelve or eleven when I cut my hair short and had the same experiences. You was the moment. I cut my hair short. Everybody started looking at me differently. And once. People start looking at you differently at takes a huge amount of courage, and like self economy to be able to not be affected by so as an eleven year old I obviously got incredibly affected. So for me how they looked at me changed. How I looked at myself, and that was really difficult because you know, short hair means, you're not feminine or short hair means you're not hot sure, you know, all these things and it didn't help that. I was you know, a jacked gymnast at that point. Like, I literally I could have been on Elway junior in Deccan. Like, it was I was hot man in a good way. But like I was just ahead of my time for that period. And kids remain kids. Are you know, different doesn't mean good? Will. They don't understand, you know, they don't have the life experience or knowledge to see any different from what they know. And that causes them to save. That can affect somebody their whole life without even realizing that and I mean at our age like we're similar age. So for us. We didn't have the diversity that we knew now in the area that we weren't. We didn't have these movements where we made sure that there was like, you know, a diverse princesses. And there was you know, which I still don't think they're really ending. We're starting. But it's we're just scratching the surface, which has to be done. Yeah. You know? I yeah. I don't want to discourage progress or criticize progress, but we can we can do it a little faster. Right. But at that time, you know, every single Princess that I saw didn't look like me, you know. And I didn't have I never saw myself represented on television or in the media or in a storybook like I just didn't see that. And so I wanted to see myself, but my only reflection was through other people's eyes. And so, you know, if that's your MIR in your mirror is telling you, you're not good enough for your mirrors telling you you should. It'd be blonde or you should be especially at that age where your so fragile yet. And you you mold what I did I molded, and I was like I'm gonna quit mystics, and I'm gonna you know, try to blossom and grow my hair out and hand, and I came out and was like bikinis, and that was a horrible period of my life. I still look at him like a God. Because sometimes I did this in my young twenties. You you just try and be somebody that you think people wanna see. Yeah. And we get tricked like we get tricked as young women to into believing that our alternate worth is our capacity to create arousal and opposite sex. Yeah. And if we can do that in the better, we can do that the more likes. We get literally. Now, the more likes we get. Yes. You're seeing this epidemic on social media of these girls that are just tits and asking it. Yep. And I I don't judge the girl..

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"deccan" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to movie crush Friday interview edition, Chuck here, and I'm singing so that means I enjoyed this episode quite a bit. Actually, that's not what that means. Because never sing. And I've loved all the episodes. But just trust me. This is a good one. I had Paul from the office in Paul Deccan is one of the great editor ingineers producers here that works with us. He's been around this for a long time back when we were still doing videos what Paul did because he's a filmmaker at heart and works than the visual, medium more. But like the rest of the crew they saw the writing on the wall and started doing podcasts. So they could keep their job and the policy filmmaker he's actually finishing up his movie right now that he's been making for awhile. On the sly in guerrilla style. As an indie filmmaker a lot of respect for Paul for doing that, very very cool to see Paul and the rest of the staff who I used to think of is just kids. But honestly, they're all big grownups now. And it's happened right before my very eyes and policies the nicest guy, someone who's taste. I really think a lot of. And that's why Essen to be on the show and he picked lost in. Translation, the Sofia Coppola dare I say new classic, which is also one of my favorite movies. So it was a great pleasure to talk to Paul, and I think you're gonna enjoy yourselves. So here we go with Paul deck and on lost in translation. I watched this last night for the. Like tenth time, maybe more. Yeah. Fucking love this movie me too. I've I've probably seen it about ten or twelve times. Yeah. It had been a minute for me, though is when Emily's favorites do so she was all in last night. She had watched it more recently than me. But it occurred to me that I don't think I've seen this since I had my kid because got really like moved when he was. And we'll, you know, this is jumping way ahead, but like in that scene where they're laying in bed together. And he's talking about having children. And how they grow up, you know, all of a sudden, they're the most alight full people you've ever met or whatever. Now, I like fucking broke down. It's like, wait a minute. I haven't seen this since I have ruby. Yeah. And that that's probably one of the best scenes in the so good. Well, it's it's interesting to the that very for shot of the movie of Scarlett Johansson, but. What a way to open this movie. Yeah. It's so I do wanna talk about that shot actually because. Yeah, it's it's a very bold way to open a movie, and yet it's also a very subtle shot. I think. Uh-huh. And in doing some research on it. I read that Sofia Coppola director Coppola was inspired by this artist named John case air who paints. If you Google basically all the images that come up are paintings of of women the butts in lingerie. But it's interesting because those images are very sexualize d- his intentionally whereas the the shot that opens the movie..

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"deccan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"What if of? Yes, sir. Rear on our that will. Say you got Hella background noise. Touch. Fairly once once wanna speak Hannah the year was let's hear me. Yeah. My speed, man. He didn't catch what Frank said he said that the the problem with fury. And while they're not not being signed yet is has nothing to do with fifty fifty. So we're speculating what does it have to do with killing us been? We're going to get back to you Magnon your shit is while he's just like straight sound in all good stuff. Let's see what we got. I wanna believe this. My man KO man in Kayode. This is you which is going to go ahead and save this as your secondary number. But let's hope. It is you I'm going to this. I. Yeah. Say that the last time. Good. Yeah. All right. So I think with this fight. I think the I think it's too. I think. I think. Probably lying. I don't trucks. Yana thing. Could be is the rematch close. 'cause I'm suspecting that hewing wouldn't want a rematch or he would one too early batch which I don't think why was give him any of those teams. So I suspect you're going to be those two things you what do you guys think about the? Yeah. It definitely definitely could be that. I I don't know. I would have to side with them. I mean to go at it twice. What I'm saying? Like you gotta put the gamble up now. So I I don't know if that would be it for sure, but it could definitely be that. That's a good point. I didn't even think of that very excellent. Like that I hate to sound like, oh, it, you know, it caught me off guard. But it did like my mind works like I hear something. And then I'm thinking about it. And I'm talking about it. And then I'm thinking more about it. So like, yeah. Man. Now, it makes more sense than it. Did like right after you said it so. Yeah, that's a good point. All right, kale. What thanks for calling. Yep. On in Novi. We're going to talk since you were on pause. Okay. I was waiting for my finish. You didn't say what do you think? Rematch. I mean. Yeah. Right. The draw is the only thing that Nolan voids the contract. So the first contract had a rematch. Why not now we got we're back at square one because there was no winner. So why I don't understand? Why don't we have the same contract in place? I think because I would love to leave the door open for AJ fight in think go rematch clause, especially immediate rematch 'cause it closes the door on that. And you get to three of the fights back to beg like not even triple g Cannella doing that. True true. But. This is where we're at man. This is where we're at. Let me see let me see let me see we gotta go to ride in eight seven out. What what was? Hey, Mario just wanna dress. What you said earlier about fearing on biz deserving sixty forty and walkout math and all that peer ring a brand. And all this. Yeah. That people watch they're five because they want to keep the wild or not carry out. Nobody was really watching fearing Bihar provocative things like myself or Nassau or are you guys? Everybody on this call before he fought louder every fight was boring even to he before. So when wow they're going into this fight is it was a draw out. So, wow, there's still the chance you you. Don't get any more victories in the US. We don't we don't do that. And you know there because you're. Deccan theory is not the drought. Really, man. The fight is the drought in. Wow. The knockout powers job so fear gay out by route of batch finding knocking out the whole death. What people come to see not very dance around the rain and throw twenty punches around. That's not what they're coming to see. So wow. There's a whole tight getting do. The fifty fifty get the rematch on his side and walkout last. There's no moral victory. People wanna see. Wow, they're not out. That's the excitement in this fight period. That's my communist. Rod. Thanks for calling in Iverson, a UK talk to me..

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"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I was at home in September in Orland and in the early stages of the Cariboo cope the League Cup where did west time goal. They went to play Wimbledon at Wimbledon, and they beat them three one. And okay it required. A long range effort by one of the the western players. It wasn't a perfect performance. But Andrew they were comfortably the better sight, they had knowledge Wimbledon. This isn't like when you castle went to Hereford in the seventies. And didn't know anything about the other players, and they came up. With the big shock. They have loads of knowledge about what Wimbledon would do. They knew they built for this is all on them. Now. The only thing I would say the difference between September game a lot of the guys played in September played again the other day. The only thing I would say was Deccan ROY started in September controlled the ball at his passing was very very good. And for some reason Pellegrini excited to rest him I- noisy. Young player, maybe that made a difference to the midfield. But they were it. It's won't player. They have more than enough talent out there to have won this game. Honesty, futile. The like of wag staff for Wimbledon who had took his goals. Excellent. Particularly the second one which was flicked into the bottom corner. Women was just outmatch them in terms of of desire and West Ham were symbolic yet. JJ bad week for Spurs gets even worse. They lose to not Crystal Palace. Here's what merchant Patino said that is. Kind of making waves right now. He said we're going to create a debate. That's a winner trophy is going to help this club. I don't agree with that. Wow. That only bills your.

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"deccan" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

"But it was just it's just really bad audio down there. So even if I'd recorded it would have been just as bad. So, you know, I don't get the Florida that often. But when I do, and I usually go during the week, it's not usually on the podcast time. So this week December thirtieth we are in clip season. We're going to start saying the eclipses are coming the eclipse or coming. There's going to be an eclipse next week on the new moon on January fourth and I'm gonna have a new moon webinar. On January second on the new moon and the eclipse at seven thirty that's up on my website and also tonight on December thirtieth at seven thirty pm. I'm going to have the year ahead also on my website. So feel free to book for those. We'll be talking about the year ahead. And what's about what it's about? And we're gonna use it and how we're going to go. And then, of course, last, but not least the may ninth to the fifteenth trip to Tuscany, I hope you got money for Christmas, and you can call them. We're getting towards the end of the spots available. So sign up. At any rate. That's the news. So webinar tonight seven thirty about how to use to nineteen. And even if you don't can't come tonight sign up because rose raises the price. Well, we raise the price. But rose does she's very efficient on this raises the price once we've had the webinar. And then of course, the new moon eclipse is going to be on Wednesday so one tonight Sunday night, and then one on Wednesday seven thirty for the new moon eclipse that we have next week on the fourth. So forward this week has a lot of new energy. And of course, when we're in a clip season. We know that this is a big deal. Now, this is a partial eclipse, it's not a a full eclipse, and it's going to take place on next Saturday on January fifth and the son in the mooner besieged interestingly, they're both trapped between Saturn and Pluto and mercury is out of bounds in Capra corn, which is always fun when planets go out of bounds. They give us a whole new home new story. But mercury Gabbara corn in is answering to that stern Saturn. Saturn has moved into the Deccan of tourists. So it's much more focused and Pluto has moved into the deck and Virgo. So it's in the mood to fix things. The eclipse that we're having is also got the sun and the moon on egregious. If those of you who remember your mythology Iger is was trapped with his father data list who gave him wings to fly and said, hey, now don't fly too high or the sun will melt your wings and don't fly..

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"deccan" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Critical Role

"Wind was coming in. And I honestly have to mention my knee hurts a little bit on the left side usually about our beforehand. It was a thing. My sister did wave twenty five seasons ago ever take. She's she's a piece of work. Great piece work such as hard when it gets cold type of. Usually athlete four reigns. Pretty great indication. As the railing against hit the deck itself. The endless patter of heavy droplets smattering against the dark would the winds pick up a little bit. And some of the crew begins look off and you see Mary square soften cotton put up the storm sales. The winds picking up a bit. Course storms is all the double. Takes the liberty ended up. Started taking or diminishing the presence of the sales. I'm getting getting smaller. More durable. Sales pulled up there. Attention or whether they need all hands on deck thing to get this going quickly. But with that pull the sales in the place in the wind immediately picks up against sales back in in the wind starting to pick up a bit heavily, and you see only kind of glancing over the edge, and is like large shelves kind of. Just slick with rain smattering against the backside of it as he turns around towards you looks at you through the darkness a little bit of light. There is from oil lanterns being held across the Deccan. Does. Kevin proper stole. Kid you like be more ominous Lee were you trying. We're heading to prop stole..

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Colorful Peacocks Impress Females with Good Vibes

60-Second Science

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Colorful Peacocks Impress Females with Good Vibes

"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman one of the most impressive scenes in the world of birds is a peacock displaying. It's impressive. Iridescent feathers, technically known as its train while the female PM looks on that peacock spreads his train out and ruffles at beckoned forth as the sun highlights the red blue and green within the feathers. But these iconic trains are only half the story of how the boys impressed, the ladies, both male and female p fouls sport crests on their heads small feathers that sticks straight up like a mohawk. They crest feathers that actually give the peacocks their Latin name they're called Pravo croissant, the crested pheasants. And so I was intrigued by the fact that people didn't really know what the function of the express were Haverford college physicists, Susan came a biologist might see those feathers and assume their visual signals, but as a physicist Cain had a different idea. We were curious in my laboratory about whether the preferred by Brayshaw properties of the crest feathers might by any chance agree with the preferred vibrational properties of this up train rattling display that the males to so Kane in her colleagues exposed crest feathers from. Deserve dead pe- fell to simulated displays of male and female, social behaviors like wing, shaking and train rattling. And so we were just got us back to find out that in fact, they did agree with all the means is that the p head crests are specifically tunes to the vibrations produced by the train rattling of its own species. The crests thus act like a sort of special antenna meant to pick up a single kind of sound the findings are in the journal, plus one the researchers also points out that there are at least thirty five other types of birds distributed across ten taxonomic orders that have both head crests and displays with the vibration components. A lot of those kind of tactile aspects of displays are really not even very well described university of British Columbia zoologist Roz Deccan who worked with Kane on the study. There are species that dance vibrate on purchase. And you know, the females sharing the same purchase the Malan feeling what's going on through parts of her body like feet there species where birds rub feathers on each other. What we're suggesting here is that a sensory function of feathers in social displays may be more widespread than we appreciate right now seems that the females really do feel something about a particular peacock, thanks for the minute for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.

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"deccan" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"He at the end of each of the signs goes to the meanings the signs of the zodiac signification 's he talks about the the deck ns and the twelve parts or about the deck ends and the terms or bounds and gives even delineations for the decades. I think you drew on your your decades book. But right at the very end of each section for each. Sign. He gives some delineations for what happens when the person has placements that fall in the cusp and what he calls. It is the interest is, you know, the place in between. Most of them are often negative though, he often gives negative delineations like one of them is and the interstates between it looks like Capra corn. Aquarius says makes those who are expelled or devoured by a beast. So not a very very positive liaisson. But that notion being expelled of like falling maybe through the cracks. I think because you were saying earlier may be being part of the underlying thing there yet we were talking about that in the red abundance before we got on read me a bunch of the horrible things that have ice the says any with a lot of it's like fall. It comes down to say, oh, you know, she fell through the cracks, right? As what you'd say? The funeral Ray. You're like, oh just didn't get help when they needed it. You know, this and that, and that's again, that's very similar to prosperous saying that, you know, there's there cracks here and that it's easy to get stuck in them. And so I it's probably worth noting that any planet can be in these cracks, right? And this stuff a lot of this stuff apply. If you have Mars at twenty nine fifty then that can apply to your Mars, right? I gave an example with mercury with some trying to finish their graduate degree. And and so these are these are meaningful position positional conditions to interpret and also, you know, if you're listening, you're primarily coming from sun sign angle, and your son is in one of those cracks one it's not an insoluble problem in to you probably have lots of planets that aren't in the cracks right because we're not doing. We're not doing a one symbol zodiac. Right. We're not saying up your this. And if it if it's in the cracks than your fucked, right? That's not. It's not a strategy says we all have. A preferable and not so preferable planetary arrangements that are charts. Yeah. And that's one of the problems. I think modern people often have read in the ancient taxes will usually give in the donations like the extremes. They'll give best-case scenario worst-case scenario for whatever the placement is. So that you're supposed to understand that this is like the extremist manifestation possible. But that most people do different mitigating factors will will fall somewhere more inbetween yet. That's it's sort of like, the unstated implication in every premodern text is given absolutely nothing to contradict it. This is what it looks like sure. So just one delineation from deal with that proviso out of the way, he says, there's another cost by won't state, which one the point is just giving example, not necessarily focusing on one particular caused. So he says those brought forth upon the interstates. Of this cusp between these two Daigle signs will be silent. And he will be near to the gods and some will die unmarried. And this is right after he gives the Deccan delineations. So I think he's talking about the rising degree being on the cusp of between these two signs rate in that's one of the the more. The more intense flaws in time are are for the for the rising, right leg. It's like these things matter for planets, but it matters a lot more of your rising is on one of those. And then there are also though there there's some stuff for the the boundaries between the lunar mansions or not shot tras. And that's actually that's part of why in the in that Indian system that the Pisces Aries cancer, Leo and score. Psat costs are considered more severe breakage points. Because that's where the the knock shop TRE or lunar mansion bound. Injuries lineup with the Cy signed boundaries. So in a sense..

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"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Remember offside is your promo code to us. There you go chino, welcome aboard. Yeah, and I think I think there's going to be few managers who will get jobs and they'll be like, I need to look good at the press conference. Of course, on the builder managers who will be fired from their jobs who will need to look good going to their sports car from the training ground or their next. I guess job. Yeah. And Indochino is going to cover them real quick what to watch for here because we're up against it primarily not a ton of big aims, but certainly one that stands out, we'll get to it in a sex Saturday. Your weekend kicks off with West Ham and Manchester United. Is that no fee like a reading lucky game love this game. I love this game because you've got this club in crisis going to aside that you would if -ssume that they should handle, but it's a road game in what will certainly be a hostile environment. I'm really excited to see if west hammer just up for this to try to just slight sense they, you can sense the blood in the water right now with net gesture United, and also have they found their formula. Like we think they may have over the last two games, four points against against the win against win. Again, the draw against Chelsea deco Deccan Royce in the if Deccan Royces a good game against Manchester United. We've lost him forever. Saturday, ten AM Everton and Fulham in a game that will have the attention. I'm sure of many American. The American Darby I did want to mention. Speaking of which for Fulham, Luca dilatory of America scored a goal for phone twenty year old. Prosper is first game forever. Yeah, so something to keep an eye on there and Saturday, twelve thirty the rematch Chelsea and Liverpool is the the setting changes they go back to Stamford Bridge? Yes, I think is feels really suddenly important. Always going to be important, but not suddenly it all..

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"deccan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Remember offside is your promo code to us. There you go chino, welcome aboard. Yeah, and I think I think there's going to be few managers who will get jobs and they'll be like, I need to look good at the press conference. Of course, on the builder managers who will be fired from their jobs who will need to look good going to their sports car from the training ground or their next. I guess job. Yeah. And Indochino is going to cover them real quick what to watch for here because we're up against it primarily not a ton of big aims, but certainly one that stands out, we'll get to it in a sex Saturday. Your weekend kicks off with West Ham and Manchester United. Is that no fee like a reading lucky game love this game. I love this game because you've got this club in crisis going to aside that you would if -ssume that they should handle, but it's a road game in what will certainly be a hostile environment. I'm really excited to see if west hammer just up for this to try to just slight sense they, you can sense the blood in the water right now with net gesture United, and also have they found their formula. Like we think they may have over the last two games, four points against against the win against win. Again, the draw against Chelsea deco Deccan Royce in the if Deccan Royces a good game against Manchester United. We've lost him forever. Saturday, ten AM Everton and Fulham in a game that will have the attention. I'm sure of many American. The American Darby I did want to mention. Speaking of which for Fulham, Luca dilatory of America scored a goal for phone twenty year old. Prosper is first game forever. Yeah, so something to keep an eye on there and Saturday, twelve thirty the rematch Chelsea and Liverpool is the the setting changes they go back to Stamford Bridge? Yes, I think is feels really suddenly important. Always going to be important, but not suddenly it all..

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"deccan" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Science Friday

"And my husband has off. His often told me, forget it goal moves onto something else. Vianney going through this Yukon change. Anybody's mind vici Saul through. And I've sought about did many times and then I still couldn't do it. I'm just three even to find out for myself what really happened, which is admirable and what scientists are supposed to do. But other people like Jim Powell, who wrote the book on the Dino debate. It's they say, we know what really happened. A Mesnier killed the dinosaurs. The evidence just kept coming in after they found the chicks lube crater and it's still coming in today in twenty thirteen team of Berkeley scientists used improve methods to compare the age of the impact and the age of the mass extinction. The age of the chicks loop impact. They found to be sixty six point zero, three, eight million years. The age of the mass extinction was sixty six point zero four, three million years. The same number within the air. And they are this. This stretches coincidence to round out the limit out to impossibility. Maybe Luis Alvarez was a bully, but Jim says, it's the scientific evidence that did win this debate. It wasn't intimidation. It was facts. So now we know what killed the dinosaurs a big rock from space closed. Or is it? So you might not know it from reading a headline like this one, twenty ten quote a theory set in stone, an asteroid killed the dinosaurs after all, but over the decades, even scientists Virk humilating all this evidence in favor of the rock from space theory. Another hypothesis has also been steadily gaining ground volcanoes. So in India, there's the volcanic region called the Deccan traps and near the end of the Cretaceous. It starts rubbing and these aren't your typical volcanic eruptions. It's not a mountain blowing its top. It's more like the earth cracked open across thousands of miles and began spewing lava and gases. And this goes on for hundreds of thousands of years..

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"deccan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I'm I was impressed by every aspect of his game, albeit against the West Ham, it feel it was totally overrun Deccan, ROY and Mark noble to know what hit them. And one of them was the younger was withdrawn at halftime. He didn't look happy about it, but to be honest with you, I mean, it was relentless from Liverpool and the not grass came into the game. And that stood out to me was that if you're a West Ham, finding you spent all this money and you're kind of just like struggling to think that's not grass is still around and about. He's going to make a change in a game like that is puzzling. The thing with Liverpool for me, I love the way that they attacked the middle of the box, like right around the penalty spot area. I feel they're just constantly playing in low balls like they're gonna force your defense to be on their your game constantly. Every clearance attempt has to be exactly right. I just feel like that they're always playing a ball into like right around that. Like kind of ten yard twelve yard area low, and there's always Liverpool players streaking through the middle. They're gonna they. I mean, they looked really good. It's only one game, but so far from what we see and they looked good. Craig Burley would agree. He was on ESPN FC talking about Liverpool. Katie is dynamic Salek and continues form an opposing funding for me, no imprinted defense look improved a goalkeeping possession. There is no reason whatsoever why they have a right, good Bosch, Monday the not the not there. They haven't got the same qualities say and take the whole squad, but the sale improved on last season. He's got to select, and that's all we can ask moments. They really good. Look, I'm really excited as well, but I will say this palace away is gonna. Tell me a little bit about individual improvement. You saw how much trouble they gave Liverpool in this in this fixture last season towards the end lassie's and and I'm gonna be interested to see how Trent Alexander Arnold have camman. No, they've come on in leaps and bounds, but it's still it's interesting to see second season syndrome with these players. Also, one other thing props to Daniel Sturridge I would say on for what was a twenty second. I touch all. Yeah, albeit kinda wasn't beautiful. No, and I feel like there was a little bit of a touch from the defender as well, but whatever maybe no, but I'm delighted firm. And right now he's got to be happy with his role. You think where he was five, six months ago injured in his debut on loan West Brom. Now he's back in and look. If he's going to be like a replacement for silo or Manny or somebody front, he'll be happy with that. For now for now? Andrew. Seriously. Thank of where he was. That's true. Let's see. Chelsea. They swat aside Huddersfield three, nil. What? What to tell from this one? From what I saw the highlights because I actually watched Fulham and crystal policy instead from what I saw holder fake him out and played a little bit, which probably wasn't against them. It wasn't a good idea. Yeah, I think it was a good debut for George Gino. I guess the main thing for me that will be interesting to kinda monitor as we continue to watch Chelsea play goal Kante scored the first goal, not a thing that he does very often. I think the last goal that he scored was like September of two thousand seventeen if feels like he's going to be used maybe a little bit more of an attack minded roll to the right of Jorgihno that could work for him because he's got the engine to get onto things, whether he. Has the finished definitive chances I would know about that, but but look, look where Miller played for Liverpool as well. He played a little bit to the right and we now them took up that base position into three in midfield. So you have to be adaptable. You have to be able to do these things..

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"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I'm I was impressed by every aspect of his game, albeit against the West Ham, it feel it was totally overrun Deccan, ROY and Mark noble to know what hit them. And one of them was the younger was withdrawn at halftime. He didn't look happy about it, but to be honest with you, I mean, it was relentless from Liverpool and the not grass came into the game. And that stood out to me was that if you're a West Ham, finding you spent all this money and you're kind of just like struggling to think that's not grass is still around and about. He's going to make a change in a game like that is puzzling. The thing with Liverpool for me, I love the way that they attacked the middle of the box, like right around the penalty spot area. I feel they're just constantly playing in low balls like they're gonna force your defense to be on their your game constantly. Every clearance attempt has to be exactly right. I just feel like that they're always playing a ball into like right around that. Like kind of ten yard twelve yard area low, and there's always Liverpool players streaking through the middle. They're gonna they. I mean, they looked really good. It's only one game, but so far from what we see and they looked good. Craig Burley would agree. He was on ESPN FC talking about Liverpool. Katie is dynamic Salek and continues form an opposing funding for me, no imprinted defense look improved a goalkeeping possession. There is no reason whatsoever why they have a right, good Bosch, Monday the not the not there. They haven't got the same qualities say and take the whole squad, but the sale improved on last season. He's got to select, and that's all we can ask moments. They really good. Look, I'm really excited as well, but I will say this palace away is gonna. Tell me a little bit about individual improvement. You saw how much trouble they gave Liverpool in this in this fixture last season towards the end lassie's and and I'm gonna be interested to see how Trent Alexander Arnold have camman. No, they've come on in leaps and bounds, but it's still it's interesting to see second season syndrome with these players. Also, one other thing props to Daniel Sturridge I would say on for what was a twenty second. I touch all. Yeah, albeit kinda wasn't beautiful. No, and I feel like there was a little bit of a touch from the defender as well, but whatever maybe no, but I'm delighted firm. And right now he's got to be happy with his role. You think where he was five, six months ago injured in his debut on loan West Brom. Now he's back in and look. If he's going to be like a replacement for silo or Manny or somebody front, he'll be happy with that. For now for now? Andrew. Seriously. Thank of where he was. That's true. Let's see. Chelsea. They swat aside Huddersfield three, nil. What? What to tell from this one? From what I saw the highlights because I actually watched Fulham and crystal policy instead from what I saw holder fake him out and played a little bit, which probably wasn't against them. It wasn't a good idea. Yeah, I think it was a good debut for George Gino. I guess the main thing for me that will be interesting to kinda monitor as we continue to watch Chelsea play goal Kante scored the first goal, not a thing that he does very often. I think the last goal that he scored was like September of two thousand seventeen if feels like he's going to be used maybe a little bit more of an attack minded roll to the right of Jorgihno that could work for him because he's got the engine to get onto things, whether he. Has the finished definitive chances I would know about that, but but look, look where Miller played for Liverpool as well. He played a little bit to the right and we now them took up that base position into three in midfield. So you have to be adaptable. You have to be able to do these things..

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"deccan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Be right back with more on the legal exchange with Todd Lutsky Time now for Wall Street week in review a look? Back. At the market's, performance last week here Susan powers and Michael Armstrong can you explain how rising interest rates affect our economy sure at. The basics the fed funds rate is the overnight lending rate that banks, charge, each other, when. They lend money to other banks when this rate rises the banks start charging their customers more for loans mortgages credit cards etc and at least consumers with less disposable income given the fact that the US economy is mainly based on consumer spending Deccan eventually trickle down as consumers have to spend. Less, based on having less than their pocket and what's stock sectors are typically affected the most by, a change, in interest rates, historically utilities and telecoms, have while they have steady values and, consistent dividends when they see interest rates rise investors, leave those areas the stock market behind and sometimes. Move to, more attractive risk free, rates, of, return such as CDs and treasuries because those, rates have gone up on those investments in addition the real estate market typically See some fluctuations? As. Mortgage rates go. Up so there's real estate values come down on the positive side however the. Financial sector benefits pre substantially from rising. Interest rates and when you couple that with deregulation and tax reform the, the, impact can, really. Be compounded and how about on the bond market side of things well typically when rates go up the prices of bonds go down and the longer the duration on the bond and duration we mean here by how long it's going to take before you get your principle back on that loan. The, more impactful that rise in interest rates will be so you do have to be very careful, with your, bond portfolio thanks, Mike if you'd like,.

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Every bank had enough capital after stress test, Fed says

Bloomberg Daybreak

03:16 min | 3 years ago

Every bank had enough capital after stress test, Fed says

"To sixty six thirty two a barrel and brent crude is higher by one and a half percent to seventy four sixteen turning to trade now today the european union joins a host nations implementing retaliatory tariffs against the us and bloomberg's rich bravo reports from luxembourg the duties on two point eight billion euros of us products will us consumer agricultural and steel products in many key republican constituencies putting pressure on trump ahead of crucial midterm elections in november washington is undeterred with us commerce secretary wilbur ross telling bloomberg net nations hit with us tariffs have quote been spoiled for many many years in that game is over in luxembourg rich bravo bloomberg daybreak which thank you the white house meantime appears split over president trump's hardline stance on trade sources tell bloomberg some white house officials are trying to restart talks with china to avoid a trade war before us tariff take effect on july six and greece the country's hero area creditors have struck a landmark deal to ease repayment terms on some of the nation's debt the move clears the way for grace to exit the lifeline that's kept it afloat since two thousand ten that has great bonds trading higher this morning when it comes to italy christine lagarde is putting focus on the country's fiscal plans the international monetary fund's managing director wants to financial markets could react violently to any spending plans it would increase deaths bloomberg markets strategist mark cranfield has more the timing with a reminder from madame lagarde seems to be quite significant because it was also announcing last few hours that greece has find the longterm package to help it out of its debt situation so it's probably a warning to italy that if you don't toe the line it could take you a very long time to come to negotiations on the debt relief that you may need socks and bonds in italy slid yesterday following the appointment of to eurosceptics to post in the nation parliament this morning they're recovering some on those losses meanwhile economic momentum and the euro area unexpectedly picked up in june a composite purchasing managers index climbed to fifty four point eight this month the increase was driven by a jump services growth while a slowdown in manufacturing persists investors are bracing for big move and a turkish lira next week is voters in turkey head to the polls on sunday bloomberg's symon deccan reports from istanbul postseason tacky will be choosing a president and selecting a parliament if no presidential candidate gets above fifty percents it goes to a second round two weeks later the opposition has made it strongest showing since president adwan came to power in two thousand and three and it looks like it's going to be too close to call in a stumble simmons can bloomberg daybreak shimin thank you here in the us big banks have cleared the first hurdle and this year stress tests we get more from bloomberg's charlie pellett luther reserve found all thirty five lenders examined could withstand the severe economic downturn though goldman sachs group trailed the rest of wall street in a key measure of leverage the results mark the third straight year that every bank exceeded the feds minimum capital demands the exams assess how much capital lenders would have left after enduring financial shocks charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak thank you charlie morgan stanley joined goldman sachs and trailing his peers when it comes to capital levels that would presumably limit how much cast the.

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"deccan" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Yeah look at up yeah this is something i was looking at when we were coming in to get out and stuff like that but i think that's accurate but the like eight twenty four i think they could make a stand with us and colette is like known so i feel like this could be the thing that like finally kind of you know breaks through that barrier the academy seems to know her like her but then the downside is that i i don't know we'll be academy beyond board for this movie i can see a lot of people shutting off the screen we'll see but yeah that's our view of hereditary and well worth checking out in theaters if you have a chance is extremely scary five more episodes of this podcast at slash podcast dot com email us from catchy mel dot com our theme song comes from adam warlock dot com our spoiler bumper comes from kyle hillinger filmmaker calendar stay tuned to hear we'll be talking about next week in the meantime christie puch co worker if i'm more of your work on the internet this week i write all over the web you can find highlights at deccan criminals dot com and i write every day pajama dot com and you can find me on twitter at christie punch go k r i s t y p c h kale how about you defender oh you can find me on twitter at at devendra about tech and gadget dot com by me on twitter at save ten ski that's dave tennis ky and youtube dot com slash dave ten ski next week we'll be discussing the incredible ze two very highly anticipated movie that i think we'll have some strong opinions on so thanks for listening to this week's episode of the size from cast we'll see you later.

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Afghanistan: Clashes continue in Farah as Taliban renews attacks

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Afghanistan: Clashes continue in Farah as Taliban renews attacks

"The bbc that the spread of the disease from the countryside to the city of dhaka could lead to an exclusive increase in cases we have more than one million inhabitants in ben decca decca also happens to be on the banks of the congo river the congo river connects to several surrounding countries including congobrazzaville and also to central african republic and through tributaries it connects to major cities such as can chesa so this puts a whole different lens on this outbreak and gives us increased urgency to move very quickly into ben deccan stop this new four of transmission officials in afghanistan say fighting has resumed in the western city of ferrara a day after the government said it had repulsed an assault by taliban militants intense clashes are reported to be going on in several parts of the city i'm eddy raja has more details the attacks began overnight i three suicide bombers detonated explosives close to government buildings and ferocity other militants then launched several attacks on the security forces local officials said some of the insurgents had been hiding in civilian houses after they were beaten back on wednesday us led forces have carried out airstrikes in support of the afghan military local officials said more than a thousand insurgents had been involved in the first assault which started on monday night thousands of civilians have been trapped in the fighting people are lining up outside polling stations in burundi referendum is being held on changes to the constitution the campaign has been marred by violence and intimidation observers say the result.

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"deccan" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"deccan" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Yeah and but just like that was such a holy shit moment like way to end that film just the most stunned at the end of not since that moment like have i been in a mass consumer or a mass audience event like that and i'm so grateful that i got to experience that you know that's why i don't think it matters if they undo it because we all got that we got that experience like that in itself is amazing that in it's that moment of holy shit they're aren't rules right now like they're br making all the rules the bad guys not supposed to win what just happened all of the that and again this speaks to a broader ethos that i have about about what i enjoy in movies is that feeling of being completely uncharted territory and not knowing and maybe you guys feel that shortcircuited by what you know about the business side and that's fair but i lived in that in that moment with an audience beside me all of us gasping and that to me is is irreplaceable and magical i can agree with jeff can agree with them and i think that's a good place to rep is up if we're cool but david says expensive but very cool this has been one of our longer of us really appreciate listening to the end here five more episodes of our podcast slice from com email us slash g dot com are themes on comes from adam warlock dot com our spoiler bumper comes from filmmaker carl hiller next week we'll stay tuned to your ob next week in the meantime christie working if i'm more of your work on the internet this week iran all over the web but i write daily at pechanga dot com and you can find me on twitter at christie petro k r i s t y p c h kale and career highlights can be found at deccan criminals dot com.

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