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Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:46 min | 2 months ago

Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

"What I think we'll start with was the factual report at the Iranian civil aviation organisation issued regarding the downing of Ukraine International Airlines flight, seven, five two. This is not a final. So. It doesn't have a probable cause. However it had a missile fired upon it and then crashed so I mean that's the 'cause we nobody. factual report lays out the chain of events, and they have wonderful graphic. That is an actual chain in the report. The chain of events that led to the downing. Of PM five two, so basically, this occurred on the early morning hours of January beginning of this year after the Iran military goes on heightened alert because of responses, they're responding with missiles to the killing of Iranian general by the US so tensions are high, the Iranian military takes over the clearance of flights in the area, so they know there are passenger flights. In the area. That, is designed to make sure that a civilian entered doesn't get shot down and that was one of the first steps that didn't work. So what happened was is the aircraft is cleared to depart, and is following a correct trajectory, and we've discussed this in the past as far as looking at ESP data from that particular flight previously as well as all the other flights that left that morning, and there was nothing out of your Neri that the eighty s day was showing us the first chain of events that the Iranian reports out is that they relocated one of the air defense units so basically a missile battery was moved, and they failed to recalibrate it so. What was actually a departure from the southeast? It saw as incursion from the southwest, so very stupid, very minor mistake that had such incredible consequence. Right so at this point. This particular missile operator sees the aircraft as not. A seven thirty, seven, climbing out of Toronto but coming at it from the South West. So it targets the aircraft and then the. Is Supposed to notify the command center of what it sees of what the battery seeing and to get more information authorization authorisation to identify particular target and fire. If necessary, they never got in touch with the command center. And then the operator didn't identify the target as a pasture craft, so have an incorrectly identified target, and not having her back from the coordination. Center the MISL- operator fired a missile at what he perceived to be threatening target, but was in fact, a passenger aircraft, and so this first missile is according to the report is the missiles that not necessarily impacted? Your corporate exploded near enough to aircraft to disable the aircraft and then following basically one hundred eighty degree. Turn to the right. The aircraft crashed a few minutes later. As every incident we've ever discussed a lot goes wrong for a crash to occur, and this was no different. It just wasn't in the aircraft. It was on the ground, not anything completely unexpected here that there was just a complete failure of process, really any secure procedures much like the Malaysian jet that went down the triple seven. This is also terrible,

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Pakistan International Airlines flight 8303 Crash Data

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

06:11 min | 4 months ago

Pakistan International Airlines flight 8303 Crash Data

"Let's start first with the Pakistan International Airlines crash that crashed on Friday the day that the last podcast came out so the twenty second of May early morning our time. About midday in Karachi, the aircraft had flown from Lahore and was bound for Karachi and conducted one approach, and then attempted to go around and crashed during. That attempted go around the information. The data that we've received from the aircraft was not aid. ESP, so unfortunately, there's no bazillion information included, but we did get a lot of extended mode s data from the aircraft, so that has provided a great deal of incites, things like altitude indicated airspeed, true airspeed, vertical rates, and things like that from everything I've seen. This just didn't look good. Yes, so we the authorities and I think that the French have taken the lead on the so far have recovered both the flight data recorder in the cockpit. Voice Recorder and have taken them back to France. They transported it I believe in Eighth HR. Thirty eight hundred neo yet is an interesting little bit of information. Do it that as you will. But they transported that back to believed to loosen, they were able to successfully download the contents of both recorders. which if you've seen the pictures of those is always. that. They're able to get anything off them because they look absolutely terrible I mean they they are. They're literally designed to be crashproof at, but it's always amazing that they really are in almost every circumstance now readable, and that's no exception in this case, but the data that was pulled from the extended. Mona's painted a not so great picture. They came in fast. They came in steep. It was not a stable approach. That's what the data is telling us. We're not making any conclusions, but the initial data does not look very comforting that. I'll leave it at that. We can say that for sure. The indicated airspeed Four for the aircraft on the first approach. Did Not. Go below two hundred dots on the first approach, and only went below two hundred knots when the aircraft was already conducting its go round after the go around was initiated, the aircraft lost power in the engines, and that is what led to. The that that's the direct would directly resulted in the crash. There's evidence based on markings on the runway. The aircraft did in fact touched the runway without its gear down, but we're still waiting for all sorts of. Additional data from the flight data recorder to to really understand what happened. Obviously, this is like any crash. Investigation will take a significant amount of time. And there won't be a final report for for. We'll say a year or so, but a preliminary report should be forthcoming in. Hopefully we'll learn more there. Yup So we'll say has always say we'll keep you updated as we hear am. I believe we'll have some sort of initial fact-finding report within the next week I. Think I think that's what they've said didn't it will see what happens at that point? Interesting to know some some of the finer details, hopefully that reporters issued speaking of keeping updated on things that happened something we talked about I. Don't know how many episodes ago, but this was in twenty, eighteen, the very serious incident with a session airlines, a three nineteen, where the first officer was rather severely injured because the right windscreen. Disintegrated came out, and and the the first officer was partially sucked out of the aircraft. That's a bad day. was a very bad day. And the final report by the safety branch of the Chinese. Aviation Commission. came out this week, and so the final investigation pointed to the likely cause as a long chain. Of tiny things going wrong that led to the windscreen shattering. So there's a power supply wire that runs underneath the windscreen to to keep the windscreen. To supply power to the windscreen heaters. And there had been a gap opening up that allowed water vapor to enter the wire. You know eventually corroded because of the the water, and so there was a power. Being arked off of that and the temperature caused the. Eventual rupture of glass when that enough the pressure changes enough and the window blows out and the first officer also blows out in this particular case, a partially bows out. Yeah, so was managed to stay mostly in the aircraft. And received medical attention when when they landed will link to the report though it. Yet good luck reading it. If you don't Speak Mandarin, you might have some trouble reading. We're going to try and track down in English English translation to put showed to if possible, but will link to to report nonetheless so yeah. We've always talked about you know. It's always a chain of things. It's never just one thing that causes an accident in the certainly was another example of that.

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"esp  n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"esp n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thank god for the just ESP and radio with Chris Darling Courtney Cronin and Jonathan hurt right now they brought back the chill for the weekend the world Tetris championships are on and I can't believe I'm saying this I'm absolutely fascinated by it and I can't get enough of watching this I probably would get enough within the span of about four or five minutes when I start to get ahead this is pretty cool to watch I have to be honest this is tremendous I don't know why weren't why as a company we're not running this more often I mean we don't need this just during this pandemic we need this all the time like when we get back to normal this needs to be running and this just makes me feel Courtney like I every time I've played Tetris in my life which is even more of a waste of time that it actually was every time I watch people do something like that I do on a casual don't have anything to do Friday night and they do it at a competitive level it makes me feel worse about myself but I'm gonna try this pandemic to really lean in to the competitive sports world of hot dog eating contest in cherry seed spitting or whatever it is I mean I I actually back in my early teen years I was in summer camp in North Carolina and one of the things that we did was a watermelon seed spitting contest so not that I was ever competitive with it or could have done it at a high level but now I have a new appreciation for it after seeing what it's made its way to ESPN the Ocho pardon me play this.

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Your Last-Minute Year-End Financial Planning Checklist

Motley Fool Answers

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Your Last-Minute Year-End Financial Planning Checklist

"It's December so you have less than a month to do the typical end of year financial. Planning stuff stuff you should do so number one. Spend the money in your flexible spending accounts so yeah so depending on your company in your medical flexible suspending you may be able to roll over five hundred dollars to the next year but you should find out now never to contribute to your 401k for three beat Esp employer-sponsored Account Tennis Speaking so oh December thirty first to get that done generally speaking. You can't send a check to your 401k. It has to be taken out of your paycheck so you can't wait until December thirty first exchange it now. Let you do whatever you have to do whether to tell your payroll or just do it on the site but you have to do before December thirty first the limit for this year. Maybe you found out. You're getting a bonus and you're I get that money into my 401k. It's nineteen thousand dollars with an extra six thousand dollars if you're fifty or above by

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"esp  n." Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"esp n." Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Little our ESP t for that. Will we found under the sofa cushion traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD? Eighteen so far. We're having an excellent lunch hour. Let's that mess it up. One seventy five westbound has cleared. The accident loop twelve eastbound one seventy five they're moving the two big records around and definitely have that exit ramp blocked off from one seventy five eastbound to second avenue. But again, one seventy five itself doing just fine Lewisville, southbound one Twenty-one, Sam Rayburn tollway and Hebron had a broken down vehicle blocking the right lane in Fort Worth. They put a little road work off a sign that the weather's getting better. He's bound in westbound thirty at beach in the left lanes, but not causing any major delays. If you see anything give us a call on the KRLD traffic potline to one, four two one nine ten eighty I'm John Wolf. Your next report, twelve twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Storm system, responsible for this morning's rain has moved east of North Texas the chance for any widespread. Heavy rain is over through Memorial Day. The rest of today will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny. It will be breezy with southwest winds fifteen to twenty five miles per hour, highs will be in the mid eighties. Mostly clear tonight with a low of sixty seven south winds around ten mostly cloudy and breezy on Wednesday, high of eighty eight with a slight chance for an isolated shower, partly cloudy and warm on Thursday, with highs in the upper eighties. I'm NBC five meteorologists Samantha Davies, seventy degrees. Now KRLD we've got you covered in DFW with news, traffic, and weather, all day, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD twelve twenty KRLD. I Mitch car. Thank you very much for joining us. Some new clues have emerged.

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How Did it Happen? Probe of Doomed Alaska Floatplanes Begins

The Ray Lucia Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

How Did it Happen? Probe of Doomed Alaska Floatplanes Begins

"Estimates it will be several days before investigators can determine the cause of a deadly collision of two float planes in Alaska USA radio's John Clemens, reports, six people, killed one of the planes, was traveling southwest, inbound catch a can at one hundred forty nine miles an hour with the other travelling at one hundred twenty five miles per hour. Also, inbounded Katcha can Jennifer comedy is a board member of the. ESP expect investigators will be on scene between about five to seven days. We will not be determining the probable cause of the accident in that timeframe children's

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Autopilot was in use before Tesla hit semitrailer: NTSB

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Autopilot was in use before Tesla hit semitrailer: NTSB

"The NTSB has released some information about a 2016 fatal crash in Florida involving a tesla model three-vehicle issue. Tesla. Elliot hahnemann driving system. The ESP says the March twenty sixteen crash in del Ray beach, neither the system, nor the driver stopped before the vehicle ran into a semi tractor trailer, tesla autopilot is a driver assist system that human still need to be ready to

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"esp  n." Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"esp n." Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The meeting ESP ker Pelosi that if he opened things up quickly if he reopened the government quickly would she be willing to agree to funding for a wall or a barrier? On the southern border. And when she said, no, the president said goodbye, vice President Mike Pence the house will consider several funding bills for parts of the government today, but without border wall funding. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell calls if nothing, but political theater a SRI port Louisiana police officer shot and killed as she was heading for work late Wednesday night name has not been released yet. But it's believed she was a rookie officer not long out of the police academy. A Raleigh North Carolina. Police officer was shot in the neck Wednesday night while approaching a suspicious vehicle last reported in surgery. The officers condition is not known but two suspects are under arrest. Asian stocks closed lower on Thursday. Dow futures are off sharply down more than one hundred points on Wednesday. The Dow added ninety one points, NASDAQ was up sixty the S and P five hundred gained ten points. A fourth straight day of raises for the major stock indices in the US. This is Fox News. Hey, this is Willie Nelson. These days, we all know people all around us that are having some hard times losing a job or losing a home. And we hear about how many have to move just to look for work. It's terrible to lose your home for many. They're also losing a beloved family member a pet dog these dogs don't understand what's happening to them. Fortunately, there are wonderful people who do the people and the rescue clubs of the American kennel club, the largest network of rescue groups and volunteers throughout America, and they rescue all kinds of dogs. Not just pure breeds. These good people and the AKC find forever homes for all kinds of breach. And it gives people one less thing to worry about knowing that their pets are going to caring home. Find out more go to AKC dot org slash rescue groups. No matter how hard times get remember how good dogs make us feel. They love us. Rich report this return that love, but making sure they have a place to stay. Forever. This is Willie Nelson. Thank you, a Casey. One.

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"esp  n." Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"esp n." Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Looks like is just like the NASA. Photograph of what was there, would you? Call remote viewing part of the ESP family. Oh, yes. The ESPN is like clairvoyance that of the when the Hindus talk about is in a Chakra. They say this is the shock grow clairvoyance. The allows you to experience what's going on in the future are in in the distance the other common part of. ESP would be precarious condition, which is seeing into the future, and telepathy, which is mind to mind connection. General basically remote viewing his clairvoyance the ability to experience and describe what's going on in a distant place. This is dramatic work. Russell it it. It truly is. And it's it's something that I think people can use in their everyday life. Isn't it? The ability to remote view to make things happen for themselves. We think you can definitely every time. You lose something. It's an opportunity to use your vote viewing or avoid an accident. And what we think is that people will have their lives changed by seeing this film because there's so many events occurring one after the other being testified to by our CIA contract monitors. Well, I may describe something, and then there's some other men in a white coat saying, yes, we were there. We were probably graft that miracle the tar describing actually happened. And and that's there's never been a film like that before where a person is sitting in the audience, as well, how do I know this is fiction answer is we have all we have. Astronaut Edgar Mitchell is there Brian Josephson, they Nobel physicist people for the NSA people from CIA, so we're very acute testimony that what we're saying really happened. And it happened the way we describe and there's never been a film like that. You're a physicist is that unusual for physicist to be a remote viewer. I I would say that's pretty unusual. What happened is that? I got to sit in the dark for ten years interviewing people about how to do remote viewing. That is I I was the man in the box with Ingo and path price or hell are whoever came through under secretary of defense came through whoever came through. I was the man who had provide the MO Jo to get the guy to feel comfortable, and then do something psychic. We're going to take a break. This is come back to talk about some of these stories and also we'll take phone calls with you in our final hour next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log onto coast to coast AM dot com..

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"esp  n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"esp n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"It's funny. ESP that question we go out at the same way that we go at a lot of different markets, you know, very little upfront, and we learn through a handful of very small deals, and we get exposure and we make mistakes, and we risk a little bit less money. And then we learn a lot, and we create networks of researchers and data scientists and co and other people that can teach us things, and we start to create our own mental models and frameworks of what's interesting. What's not? And then we start making bets, and we learn as we go. I've never had a new market where we know everything going in frankly have never had an old market where we where we she like, me know any everything anyway, but it's definitely a process. But that is you know, I think you could make the same case for how people have gotten into robotics, and how people get into atonomy and for us. There's a lot of similarities, right? It's the same type of technical founder. It's the same type of subject matter expert. It's the same problems that you have to work through and building and scaling and early stage. And that's really what amplify has done time and time again, regardless of the market or the end market is, hey, what does it take to get a very, smart domain expert technical founder and make them a fantastic company builder and ultimately executive and not journey. Funny off is actually really similar depending regardless of the market that you're looking at we've been doing a lot of shows about coober, Netease, both on the business side of things and on the open source side of things on the how does it impact your business? Whether you are coober Netease business, or whether you are just a startup that has infrastructure to run how is cougar netties change, your perspective on software investments, the more things change, the more things stay the same. So we're doing this podcast on the the fifth of the sixth of November. Yeah. So just this morning. It was announced VM-ware's buying hefty them. The more things change the more thing say every single person out there went from went from phys. Local servers to virtual machines. And then they realized that they got locked in virtual machines VM ware. And then there is containers that came about now people are looking at container orchestration and how you're actually going to build this next generation. They're all really good evolutions. And when I look your question was how you know. How do we look at you Brunetti? And what do we think about Cooper Netease? I think Uber Nettie is is the powerful tool, and it's the flavor of the moment is tools go, which is the more things. Change more things. Stay the same. It will not be the end all be all just does nothing. That's, you know, Docker for making, you know, organizing containers and in containerizing workloads, nor VM where was the end all workload. And I'll be all because workloads going to change. But right now, what Cooper Netease is a powerful abstraction that lets people make their applications very very portable to the infrastructure that they want and gives them a heck of a lot of flexibility in building playing workloads and. The fact that taken off so quickly is a pretty good. It's a pretty good testament to the fact that that's a real problem. And it hasn't been solved and it exists more and more as people start looking at it at a cloud, and ultimately a multi cloud world. Now there were infrastructure management tools before cougar Netease. They were open stack and cloud foundry. What lessons you take away from those previous ecosystems that map onto the Cooper Netease ecosystem or maybe that the cougar Netease ecosystem has corrected for. I'd flip it around. I think what a lot of people get excited about with every one of these new trends is is what corrections they're making the sins of the past vendor. Lock ins a problem. Portability problem new architectures of problem, and you get the new tools that are going to pop up and solve that what's going to be really interesting to see in today's acquisition of deal by VM, where it's going to be a really I think it'll be interesting on this dimension is for any of.

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Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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Anker CEO Steven Yang is all in on USB-C

The Vergecast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Anker CEO Steven Yang is all in on USB-C

"And then the other one I was just wondering about this is not your not anchors moment. But case that has a headphone Jack back to these phones. Just seems like a very natural thing to do is a reason you haven't done one of those. Well, again, that's factory us to be seat. Right. Resolve do you still like your superman five object to be there forever? Yes. I suppose you could probably have. A question in a bunch of people cars listening to this was like once it. Yes. Of course, I think it's a very valuable thing. But that's the people obviously, disagrees full people actually who've had investing some very expensive, you know, headsets with this super five millimeter only want it to be there. But I think for a lot of people at for probably like ninety nine ninety eight percent of the customers out there. I think they'll probably just want to use something that works universally that USB see headset. Yeah. I mean, it's able to plug into a phone, and your laptop and your other places. Don't you think ESP headphones are the thing? I mean you make use headphones right now. Not yet. But it's definitely on a roadmap. Okay. Right. But again, so that headphone can be fun compatible laptop compatible, and then hopefully in the future like in cars, ending airplanes. Right. I mean, I hate nowadays when I'm traveling to nationally like to, you know, try to find a place to flock my headset saying the US rec-, I just feel like I'm just asking about things I want you to build because you do a good job. Do you? Do you make ahead run? Dangle USB see two three point five five headroom Dongola. I don't recall we have one. But okay, we're going to be with one for you. Okay. I asked you, and I'll share it when first of all I want one. So that does but I ask in all seriousness until Google shipped the pixel three. Yes, there was actually not a great USB. See headphone Dongo on the market. I see it was just like a missing product. And so that's why I keep him outside. Did you see the ecosystem changing? Yup. Issue. The standards changing up in the system has some notable gaps in it. Yes. So USB headphones this one notable gap. Yes. Had Dong does short of another notable gap. Yes. And so I'm wondering how do you think about addressing these gaps the market? Then sounds like you're saying, look, we're all just moving on. Yup. So these gaps are fine. No. If we have enough engineers. Taxes problems. But you know, you don't right. So we have actually today about seven hundred product managers and engineers today. Why house was still you know, ramping up. Yeah. So it wouldn't actually from four hundred something last year to shift seven hundred this year. But again, as you said, there's still problems. We haven't really addressed. Well, well, it just seems like you have the most considered opinion on how you should develop. And so the question is do you try to make all the old problems or do you push into the future at this point? Is you can see is primarily charging I knew right because it was charging. We haven't really released enough products to fill that spectrum yet. So going to audio I think that's an extra one. And that someone would definitely will be there. You think apple switch from lightning DSP? See I several says that's the thing that will do it. And I don't know if I ever will usually ask them. You know, don't you know? I honestly though, I want to know to let me know that supposed to have essay there's an event coming up. We'll we'll ask him for sure it's remarkable. You've started a company you start selling on Amazon. How do you think he went from where direct consumer retailer primarily Amazon to sort of this moment where you're having your first New York event? Like, what was that path? Like, how did you?

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"esp  n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"I guess blind spot a little bit or that kind of a little bit of self deception that could be present in all kinds of areas. Not just siree search. Oh, for sure. Okay. I mean, actually, that's a nice segue because the the paper that I wanna talk about as an example of this is Ben's paper and one of the reasons that it's significant that people still talk about it is that it was one of the big catalysts for these broader discussions in psychology, social psychology particular about whether our standards are appropriate. So, yeah, like p hacking happens across disciplines and it's it's something that at least psychology we've been really actively talking about and trying to correct, especially over the past few years. So in part because of that paper, you talked about that was however many years ago. Yeah, thousand eleven. Okay. Yes, a credit where Credit's due, right? I mean, so Betham's paper. This is this is a paper detailing, ten experiments and nine out of ten experiments have significant effects supporting Cy. So right off the bat for the power reasons that we talked about a minute ago. There's reason to be suspicious of this because given the power in Bem studies, some people have estimated that even if again, the surreal effect, he should have only gotten like six out of ten. Where do they get the effect size or the power that they're using to calculate that? Like is that based on something he said like. If we're just researching something that frankly isn't real, how how do we have like a knowledge of what the power of the effect is. So. So what you're assuming is, is that the effect sizes that you actually observe the studies are estimating the true affect size, so you're sort of like assuming that from the beginning, and if that's the case, like say you have an effect size of point to that tells you something meaningful about how often you should detect it in any given study. So you're you're sort of when you're doing this analysis or when whoever's doing it, you're kind of granting for the sake of argument. LEGO, let's say you did detect something here. Yes. And then kind of using that to go reevaluate the on the whole, how many of these studies use should expect to see results. Okay, that's that's precisely it. Yeah. So right off the bat, it like there's something to suggest that there might be some selective reporting either Bem left out some experiments or maybe he did more analyses per study than a he reported or or something. Right. And when you look at the actual effects that are that are reported across studies, there are some sort of weird inconsistencies. So for example, there are individual differences or personality traits that that appear in disappear as things that predict accuracy extroversion shows up sometimes and not other times at it's not clear whether Ben is just measuring different things across these studies or whether he's just neglecting to report them in some studies. That's one thing. But another thing is, if you look at some of the specific hypotheses that he says he created or he set forth before analyzing the data, some of them don't make sense. So for example, let's look at experiment one in the study. So in the study, participants are presented with these images of two doors on a screen left and right, and they're trying to guess the location of target picture and on different targets. I mean on different trials, the pictures have different types of imagery in them. So on some of them, they're like neutral on some of them, their romantic and on some of them they're porn, which is fun. So he's got these erotic images and he says, he popped the sized prior to date analysis that accuracy on detecting the erotic pictures would be better than chance, but that on all the non erotic pictures, it would be at chance. Does anything stand out to you as strange about that prediction..

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"esp  n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Well, weird stuff. I, I don't know what to say. I think I think we said at all, actually, as of right now, as of the current information we have and I'm curious for the response on this, if you are somebody who is literally an expert in this field or maybe you're an expert in statistical analysis, or if you have any expertise informed opinions on this, please let me know. I definitely don't want to be missing anything, but I'm, you know, I'm I'm curious about this really interesting but to you this way. I mean, if I had to make a bet right now, I would bet vast sums of money that this is nonsense. I mean, that's it's gonna take a lot to make me start thinking that there's a way to detect other people's thoughts in some way. But you know, I cannot argue with the fact this is published in a major journal and peer review and is statistically significant. So what I think is, I guess we just. What we should do is not judge it as we kind of said in in the recording by been processing this as always do, feels like we should not reject it out of hand, but just we should study this more could be a really cool thing. I mean, how, how awesome would it be? If scientifically we were able to establish that this could exist and if you study more and it turns out, Nope. Can't replicate this as much as we thought. Even though. I mean it's kind of been replicated, but anyway, can't replicate this or or we disproven it, or we've shown how we got this result in, it's not what you think that would be great too. I would love to know either way that should be how science works. So I don't know. I find this very interesting, but I'm curious on your take on that as well. But I again my strong intuitions that there's something something some mistake has been made somewhere and but you know what, I, you know that it is what it is. All right. Well, just like last month I keep forgetting with this one show a week schedule that the end of the month comes at very awkward times of the end of the month is. Next Tuesday and I want to, as I said, do my voice mail so the month. So I've decided what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna do an extra episode but not just for bonus people. I'm gonna do extra episode which will be the voicemail episode and I think I'll put it out on the main feeds ever, but everybody can enjoy it. And so that means you've got a couple of days here before record that I gotta get him by the end of July, but get your voicemails, especially if you want to talk about this, I'd be curious for your reactions but but hop on that voicemail line. The number is in the show notes and leave some voicemails and we'll do our monthly thing. I think it's a really cool thing. I love this segment and it's my favorite show to do every month. So that's gonna do in everybody is going to be getting a bonus episode. So thank you so much for listening in supporting as usual supporters. Do make the show happen. You can go to serious pod dot com, slash support or patriot dot com slash serious pod either way. And support the show, make it happen. Thank you so much for listening. And I'll see you very soon.

"esp  n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"And when I read more about the Gainesville study, it's it's a history of moving posts moving goalposts. You know, like I, they were like, parapsychology has to provide replica ability, and they're like, okay, we've accomplished that to some extent with again, full study. What do you think about the replica ability? And they said, oh, well, your methods aren't. Precise enough, so they refined their methods. And then they said, oh, well, you don't have a theory for how this is working. So we're not gonna look at this until you have a theory, so it's like, what do you do? Yeah. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, so I'm trying to think maybe we could transition a little bit to the to the reaction you've seen into some of the analysis you've seen in the skeptical community, but I'm just trying to think for myself as trying to be a good skeptic, you know, and scientifically minded person, I guess in the back of my mind I might I might think like, okay, we'll probably something could end up being wrong here. You know, like it could be some study was something was wrong enough with it to throw off the results. I don't know, or maybe we'll get some explanation that this wasn't pure viewed properly or some. I don't know. But until then the data have right now is that this has been published in a major peer review journal and. You know, I have a certain amount of trust in that system in peer review, and so I can't just rejected out of hand because it I don't like it. You know, like I don't. I don't know. So as as just a layperson skeptic, I guess the owning I could do is say, well, I'm I'm kind of. I don't know what the word is. I'm definitely skeptical of this, but I let study it more. You know what? What do you think the the answer in the reaction and what we should do going forward is let me let me add one thing in here, like with the Ganz full study, especially in. That's what I'm particularly like. They talk about raking and stuff, but they say that the results are not nearly as reliable hated again sodas. Really the sort of the flag ship of these kinds of studies. Let me take out the quantum mechanics and put in a more Phyllis more psychologically focused account of what's going on here. So the Ganz filled studies appear to show that when you cancel out a bunch of the information that is being processed by the brain, it seems to generate other information in the form of hallucinations. That is unquestionably true. The hallucinations are quite real. So it's like when you go in a, you know a, what are the call it a separation of division tank and states all the way there when you are in that sensory deprivation state you hallucinate. And the question then becomes, what is the cause of those hallucinations? That one hundred percents your own mind making stuff up? Or is it some mix of that end awareness of external factors? And the data seems to suggest that there is. Is some awareness of external factors going into it despite really rigorous controls on what is going into your sensory analysis. So we don't need the quantum mechanics right drop the quantum mechanics into say, look, we don't understand sensation very well. And if we limit sensation very heavily, it of it appears that the mind corrects by generating experiences that sometimes correlate with external realities that it is not easily expli- explicable aware of. I think that's very interesting, and I don't think that that upends all of science or anything like that. I think it's quite plausible that psychology involves awareness of stimulus that we aren't consciously aware of..

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"esp  n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Fact that our conventional wisdom comes out of materialist science material science would say that consciousness exists in the skull. It is a function of brain function, and there's no possible way that consciousness could travel outside the skull. But here's the thing. Materialists science, neuro science has told us precious little about what consciousness, even is material. Science tells us a lot about how neurons work about how neurotransmitters work about brain structure and function. But we have yet to see anything from materialist science about. Consciousness itself, the nature of it, where it exists, what it is. And so it's a bit premature for us to be able to make a conventional wisdom statements that say, this is impossible because we know consciousness exists in the brain the brain alone and can't cross any other barrier. That's that's, that's really an assumption, but it's not a truth. It's not something that we've seen verified by science because science has yet is unable to observe a thought, an image in the mind. Materialist science is based on the ability of multiple observers to observe the same phenomena and replicate and observe the same phenomenon replicated across different locations in laboratories. The problem is consciousness so far has only been observed within the private space of each person. And as such materialists empirical science has nothing to say about that about nothing to say, but it does sound like a hard problem. But I have one thing I want to say is I want I want I agree with in in my opinion anyway, agree with what you're saying that I don't think materialist science in this way could ever rule out the fact that that consciousness could somehow reach out of our own skulls. But I, I also think in my experience every time I hear scientists talk about this, they tend to frame it in terms of, well, there doesn't seem to be any evidence that consciousness could be anything other than what's going on in our in our brains. You know, it doesn't. It seems it seems like an absurdly to a person. It seems like an absurd thing to even have to qualify in that way. But I think they do go out of their way to say that often. And also when it comes to materialism, it's not as though materialists reject like, I don't know quantum entanglement or something. Right? So it's not like. It's not like you don't like it when you Hyatt to consciousness. Well, yeah, I guess that's true, maybe, but it's not as though materialism would is some sort of religion that couldn't be modified by some scientific explanation of what's going on. Absolutely true. We take for granted that there are invisible forces like gravity. Those are of course inferred by data. We don't see gravity k. We can't measure it like consciousness. We can't measure it. We infer it. We infer that consciousness is is a function of brains and neurons. And we do experiments where we where we show how stimulation of different parts of the brain or impairment or damage to different parts of the brain seems to correlate with changes in consciousness. But correlation is not causation. Rice don't know where consciousness lives and because materialism's. Says that everything is reduced to pieces to Materia. We have yet to see how Materia and the subjective experience of consciousness. How on earth they meet or interact. That's the hard problem of consciousness. If you begin with materialism as your basic worldview, the hard problem of consciousness staring you straight in the face, right? Some of the pushback were getting is because materialism is considered to be the true worldview. And yet as you point out, there are some things from quantum mechanics that look really funky when it comes to classic materialism, and there are things within consciousness that seemed to defy materialism and material science. All I'm saying is when I read this study because I'm interested in consciousness because I work with people and their consciousness. And because I, I'm engaged in trying to understand what. Consciousness is in how it operates. This study caught my attention because it does seem to provide empirical support for the idea that consciousness is not bounded necessarily within our skulls within our neurons..

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"esp  n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"So the ability of a Senator to think about a particular item and have a receiver somewhere else localized in space, somewhere else, receive mental content that seem similar enough to what's being sent. There are some studies that are. Reviewed that have to do with what they call venture reverses stuff like can somebody come up with information that hasn't even occurred yet in time and then occurs, say, random number generation or something like that that comes up later their correlation. There's also some studies on what used to be called the telekinesis can a sender affect a random number generator at greater than chance, something like that. So the author goes through, you know, a bunch of these studies and goes through his own meta analysis. And basically the conclusion is that the evidence for psi is comparable to that for a stabbed phenomena in psychology and other disciplines, although there's no consensual understanding of many makes recommendations for further progress in the field. He talks a bit at the beginning of the article about how they're physicists within the quantum mechanics area who have been talking about the universe as possessing consciousness and as consciousness, potentially being able to travel a cross space and time. Whereas we normally think of consciousness as located within our heads within our skulls and bounded by such as we on really deep pocket. Really? Yeah. Yup. Yup. Yup, definitely. Some of the physicists that he talks about have been quoted by the puck choper. I know he's a favorite, Damon for the skeptics. I don't know what to say about that except that you know he's quoting, I assume some reputable physicists what little reading I have done. Since I read this article indicates that there is controversy within the field of physics about the notion of consciousness. Being universe wide, and he goes through as well. The controversies in psychology over the decades about this research, including a fair amount of history that indicates that because the PSI studies were so attacked for possible bias that at a certain point, they began to lead the way in terms of creating research protocols that would address those bias issues at make this study's a bit more airtight, and also that made the study protocols more replicable across different laboratories. So standardized protocols, all kinds of ways of reducing experimental bias, reducing subject buys and so on. So it's pretty comprehensive when I read the article, I was impressed by the amount of data he amassed. I am not a research psychologist nor my research psychologists in the area of Paris psych. So I cannot speak to his meta analysis and how. How valid it is. If anything, I'm simply taking cues off the fact that the peer reviewers American psychologists saw fit to publish this, which is some sort of a vote of con- of confirmation that, yeah, he seems to be following reasonable procedures. It seems to be a reasonable literature review and meta analysis, and so it's worth putting it out there to the general psychology population. Yes. So that in summary is kind of what's in the article. I guess one question I have this is a meta analysis than I, you know, I understand I, at least on the surface what that means, but doesn't that essentially mean that it's just a bunch of other experiments that have already been done in. He's kind of putting them together colliding them into one thing. And how can we know that those experiments were reliable or does the paper go into that? Yeah, he goes through a whole bunch of stuff about the critics of these papers and their criticisms. Any talks about. How he dropped these papers or those papers because of the criticisms. He tried to balance his meta analysis by dropping stuff that look suspect bike, including stuff that didn't look suspect and by finagling with numbers in order to give the most accurate presentation of the overall data as pretty thorough in terms of the little bit of background reading that I did onside research, he hits a lot of the major critiques of it in his article from what I can see the, I agree just to list off a few more of the ones that have been discussions that I think he addressed more than people were willing to admit. He talks about p. hacking, which is a way of trying to get the typically significant results from something that is not suggesting -nificant any talks about one of the main concerns with meta analysis..

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"esp  n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To be a bigger need for integration because as your microsoft's is grow than than the number of integration points grows with it okay so at this point i can see the motivation for wanting to replace the esp as the integration mechanism for a and b i still don't quite understand why do you need a new language why not set up like a java script framework why do you need a completely new language to define these integrations so there's just a whole number of issues with going with existing languages wasn't even know where to start so i is is that the type systems and existing languages are are not type systems that are not our network aware jason and xml are fundamental parts of talking over a network and wreck tables today base right so tables records sql j sonics mel and so in all other languages these are libraries that you have to explore to be able to work within what about like proto buffs buff as well yeah so when you're dealing with integrations over the network data transformation is a is a massive amount of the work right you have to be able to do data in one format converted to another format move it out so at the heart of ballerina it's got a strongly type system all these types are built in to language itself and so there's a lot of obsession about how you transformed from one type to the other and it's in a very natural syntax it's a it's amazing at how natural it is to do that that's one thing the second thing is is that you really do need a union type system in order to work over a network a union type system is one where a type can be different types at the same one of a different set of different types so if you're talking over a network and you're going to get a response back that response can either be in some sort of positive response that is a record that you expect or it could be an error right you really don't know and oftentimes there could be three four or five different potential responses that you get each one of those responses can be mapped to a different data structure type and so why put that burden on the end user to try to get a generic pack it at and then you have to inspect the packet to figure out what data type you wanna map into it in ballerina we provided a union type system that says look when i call out to this in point i expect either a string a jason or an error to come back and it's going to be one of those three things and the underlying the underlying system will take care of dealing with the mapping of that and then there's language semantics for the developer determined finding out which one of those three it was can match against the types and whatnot and so there's also sorts of scaffolding that you history historically need that goes away with a union type system other things are the runtime model the runtime model is integration scenarios is a worker based runtime model and so the threatening pattern that is ideal here is that you want one thread per worker in a java environment for example they give you one thread per class in you know jay us there's one thread for the entire thing go has a threading model that similar to this but if you want to have everything be non blocking i o you need to have your own specialty thread model which means you need to implement your own scheduler which means you need to.

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"esp  n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To be a bigger need for integration because as your microsoft's is grow than than the number of integration points grows with it okay so at this point i can see the motivation for wanting to replace the esp as the integration mechanism for a and b i still don't quite understand why do you need a new language why not set up like a java script framework why do you need a completely new language to define these integrations so there's just a whole number of issues with going with existing languages wasn't even know where to start so i is is that the type systems and existing languages are are not type systems that are not our network aware jason and xml are fundamental parts of talking over a network and wreck tables today base right so tables records sql j sonics mel and so in all other languages these are libraries that you have to explore to be able to work within what about like proto buffs buff as well yeah so when you're dealing with integrations over the network data transformation is a is a massive amount of the work right you have to be able to do data in one format converted to another format move it out so at the heart of ballerina it's got a strongly type system all these types are built in to language itself and so there's a lot of obsession about how you transformed from one type to the other and it's in a very natural syntax it's a it's amazing at how natural it is to do that that's one thing the second thing is is that you really do need a union type system in order to work over a network a union type system is one where a type can be different types at the same one of a different set of different types so if you're talking over a network and you're going to get a response back that response can either be in some sort of positive response that is a record that you expect or it could be an error right you really don't know and oftentimes there could be three four or five different potential responses that you get each one of those responses can be mapped to a different data structure type and so why put that burden on the end user to try to get a generic pack it at and then you have to inspect the packet to figure out what data type you wanna map into it in ballerina we provided a union type system that says look when i call out to this in point i expect either a string a jason or an error to come back and it's going to be one of those three things and the underlying the underlying system will take care of dealing with the mapping of that and then there's language semantics for the developer determined finding out which one of those three it was can match against the types and whatnot and so there's also sorts of scaffolding that you history historically need that goes away with a union type system other things are the runtime model the runtime model is integration scenarios is a worker based runtime model and so the threatening pattern that is ideal here is that you want one thread per worker in a java environment for example they give you one thread per class in you know jay us there's one thread for the entire thing go has a threading model that similar to this but if you want to have everything be non blocking i o you need to have your own specialty thread model which means you need to implement your own scheduler which means you need to.

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Univision flip flops on digital strategy, explores sale of Gizmodo and The Onion

WBBM Programming

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Univision flip flops on digital strategy, explores sale of Gizmodo and The Onion

"Healy housing eat esp do calm and oem together will allow these three critical mergency focused agencies to maximize the resources and allow our first responders to do what they do best to serve our residents in a coordinated effort dozens of police said fire personnel were on hand for the dedication of the puck public safety center which has a twenty five year lease agreement with the county in wheaton antigay newsradio five point nine fm south shore hospital we'll have to close its doors if it doesn't get three million dollars in funding by august i the hospitals president tells the tribune that south shore has been losing money due to a medicaid shortfall the nonprofit hospital serves mostly medicaid patients on chicago's southside wisconsin has just reported its first death from rocky mountain spotted fever health officials say the tickborne disease killed a lacrosse woman she was in her late fifties and got a tick bite wild camping in early may in western wisconsin governor bruce rounder is warning that a trade war could cause problems for the state he says it has the potential to cause massive unemployment and job loss the daily herald reports the governor made the comments as he was touring shamburg steel company with japanese officials who worry the white house will double down on tariffs japan based amata america inc fabricates sheet metal and employs about ninety people at its shamburg location mostly engineers and managers chicagobased humor website is up for sale again univision communications owner of gizmodo media group and stake in the comedy site the onion is reportedly trying to sell the sites the proposed sale includes a list of media brands including jessie belle and deadspin univision communications which owns the sites has seen a number of rounds of layoffs this year the onions editorial offices are based in chicago chris cried l newsradio on one zero five point nine fm twenty million dollars in federal funding will be distributed to americorps.

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Kroger supplier recalls 35,000 pounds of ground beef that may contain plastic

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Kroger supplier recalls 35,000 pounds of ground beef that may contain plastic

"All right on to other news what we see here i guess i have to check my freezer i do my shopping at kroger there's a beef recall for a possible contamination of plastic bits that has totaled more than seventeen tonnes the north carolina food processor j b s usa which supplies meet to kroger has recalled thirty five thousand four hundred sixty four pounds of raw ground beef after a consumer reported finding blue hard plastic pieces in one of the products the department of agriculture food safety and inspection service made the announcement late wednesday noted while there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions there were concerned that some of the product may be in people's freezers frozen according to cnn the recalled items were produced on march the twenty second and distributed to stores in indiana in virginia i guess that would exclude me because i shop in ohio okay so and indeed there their march twenty second how long do people leave their ground be frozen in the freeze it's a distinct possibility that there could be some out there anyway the meat carries in e s t of there's a number esp three four one seven six that would be the stamp inside the usda mark of inspection and it's been packaged under the the labels kroger ground beef private selections angus beef kroger ground sirloin and all natural laura's lean beef those are the products so you're looking for the e s t three four one seven six they urged consumers to avoid eating the meat to throw it away or return it where you purchased so there you go yeah at least it's not you're not an e coli thing or something along that line but i guess it's gotta deal where you might take a bite of your burger and saying what the hell's that chunk of plastic all right for the last what's it been.

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More California cities, counties resist state's efforts to oppose Trump's immigration crackdown

02:09 min | 2 years ago

More California cities, counties resist state's efforts to oppose Trump's immigration crackdown

"The pentagon is saying the us seeing an increase in russian link online activity discrediting a recent attack in syria by the us and other allies correspondent barbara starr reports the department of homeland security notice the uptick in russian activity is now saying that there's been about a two thousand percent increase in russian account activity accounts linked to russia discrediting the us and the allies over the attacks in syria that this has emerged in the hours before and since those attacks happen the day after abc aired an interview with james comey president trump is again attacking the fbi director he fired as being among those at the bureau who have in his words committed many crimes democratic house intelligence committee member eric swallow says the president and his associates must account for their own actions as we learn more and more about what the president did i think that's all the more reason that the house investigation never should have been shut down and that it was so irresponsible to do it so early as we have more information coming forward every day we should be open to receiving that information and pursue it rather than just saying there's nothing to see here san diego county would be adding to the growing opposition listed california's sanctuary state law correspondent jim rupe reports the san diego county board of supervisors will consider the today orange county with its three million residents was the first county to join twelve cities in opposing esp fifty four the california values act now san diego county with its three million is likely to jump in with not just a resolution opposing sp fifty four but joining the federal lawsuit challenging the state law that federal lawsuit not only challenges the sanctuary state law to others are being challenged in the suit which are the law giving the state oversight jurisdiction of immigration detention facilities and the law limiting workplace immigration audits i'm jim roope right now it is fifty nine degrees in albuquerque our next news update is at eleven am i'm pat alan on ninety four point five fm and am seven and seventy news the stucco on my home was cracking it looked bad stig here i knew it had to get fixed but wasn't excited about spending the big money for a complete re stucco project then i learned about certapro painters they patched the places that needed it and repainted with.

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Trump Administration Sanctions Russians for Election Meddling and Cyberattacks

Armstrong and Getty

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Trump Administration Sanctions Russians for Election Meddling and Cyberattacks

"Opened the k g o eight ten scale the trump administration is imposing sanctions on nineteen russians for alleged interference in the 2016 us election including thirteen who were indicted by special counsel robert muller house minority leader nancy pelosi calls it significant this is really important a foreign power meddled in our election took a very long time for the president and the administration to accept that fact the penalties also include the first use of new powers that congress passed last year to punish moscow for election interference targets include officials working for the russian military intelligence agency g are you what could be the largest rafter poaching case in california history has been uncovered in lassen county officers responded to a property near standish following an anonymous tip from someone who reportedly witnessed demand killing a hawk they discovered dozens of birds of prey and other dead animals including more than one hundred fifty carcasses of mostly hawks but also at least one dead al to dead bob cats taxidermied mountain lion and other non gamers geos terry row says the property owner faces multiple charges san jose's low income and uninsured residents are getting free eye exams during the next couple of days thanks to the efforts of esp global at mayor samll cardo chief communications officer of esp pat mcneill says it's all part of a partnership with mayors all around the country with.

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"esp  n." Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"This is the aim via on espn radio and on the esp up capital into the studio expire out sees it in the nba joe johnson go to the rockets reportedly derek rose he's got interest for the washington wizards now espn's aid your boj aroused a report marko bela ellie bought out by the atlanta hawks his committed decided with the philadelphia seventy six hurt dealt with at least thirty one years old gotta clear waivers will be an unrestricted free agent on monday mega filling as they try to make a push towards the playoffs we go back to open pj carlos about here's adam amin thanks very much kdub ninety six seventy daigle of state us up there i thought markel joe manali might endofyear use here before he's a good player in goldstein spin lebed's governor lack of harmon shooting off the package i thought belly would have been a good fit dark about a good fit klay thompson to hate for 10 from the field fight for 5 from the 3point line adopted shooting very well as of late about thirty six percent over a period of a couple of weeks but he has been uh tonight near san antonio ten of the shot clock guarantee hillier jump past right corner to anderson shot bake on breban great penetrates picks to hilliard step back left wing fully humble wait too long statutory rebound by eva dahlloff over two defenders i had a living st living's they try to feed a pass inside of its kicked by hillier another good defense of possession for golden state they've really ratcheted up the defense and the badge just struggle to give me think dr neil we've documented that aid for twenty seven uh for the bench players tell you talk about guys gone fifty forty ninety individuals how about the tea golden state.

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"esp  n." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on WJR 760

"You just lose your party or they may not go crazy you the dust as we saw the last election you just have democrat starting to cross drew republicans saying you know i may disagree with some of their policies but these people over here are just nuts while because again it starts to undermine um you know a lot of of uh you know the past and and what we had worked for but but i think uh on a greater level esp specially looking at some of the details from the governor of a delaware and this proposal for public schools in that state and that is undermining the authority of parents yeah but they got that before i i must say a huge issue we sought lowly growing slowly got to that right but what this could easily do is take that from them oh yeah i n altogether mutton my point is that's that's a huge issue but it's not the first time democrats have really tried to do that this to me officially is a first time they're trying now to shut down the public's throat the concept of you can be trans racial and in in in addition you know you don't have to tell your parents i mean because that started with what contraception things like that in schools so none of it it's not a serious concern it's just they upped the ante now with the trans racial i just shake my head shake my head and you just wonder one will democrat one will the death w if you're a democrat when when you've won will you finally say stop it to your leaders well again you talk about policy where uh for instance on illegal immigration you look at the polls where democrats are against many democrats are against sanctuary cities yet they keep voting for the people that are not only expanding that type of policy the creating it on a state level on a county level you do the poles the rank and file many of them disagree with the majority still in the vote for it the majority of democrats when polled and leaving donald trump's name out of it on sanctuary cities and our against sanctuary cities and passionately against sanctuary cities as as.

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"esp  n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ten eastern espn radio and on the esp at app as you go into the blaze put taking bagaza koa news rogers did arron rogers things last week yet against the cowboys is the best quarterback entering the packers have won three straight now they go on to face the vikings who rallied on monday night against affairs with backup quarterback case keen upcoming aaron soldier field and and went on monday jospin football sunday sunday dovercalais george chicago packers in vikings through these cheering on espn radio the mta is back on espn the sheriff's up and on notice because the rockets had three laws there's a thunderous trio in okc coast to coast and the king is out four with big way get the latest back and better than ever zip off we quicken's wednesday on espn radio presented by the four i love sports i just wish they could be with me all words they say you choose the the at cheeses you it is everything i could ever worn this force it can stream the games of shows that i love and it's there whenever i need it i never thought i could find an app that love sports as much as i do until now download the espn at the stream espn radio and all the espionage networks now listening to by national division series on espn radio and the espn back to the bullpen.

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"esp  n." Discussed on ESPORTS

ESPORTS

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on ESPORTS

"Check out espn films newly released thirty for thirty podcast from the producers of all ward winning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to fear speaking of amazing delta airlines and the flag delta app make your travel experience amazing easy with realtime bag tracking eve warding and passport scam during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the bill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more the biggest games biggest events doping is stories what you signed up for that i thought it was observe a day welcome to the esp necsports podcast orderly is pennies sports podcast on jacob wolfensohn today's special episode of the podcast i am joined by the philadelphia seventy six or ceo scott o'neill last year in september scott in the sixers bought two eastwards teams team digging haazen team apex and are now in the process of applying for the league championship series for a cost of ten million dollars in the podcast scott in i discussed the facing the challenge of potentially not being in the league his hopes for being in the league and also what he's warned over is high in east sports without further ado welcome scott o'neal of the philadelphia seventy six years jakub i'm thrilled to be here thanks route on me so one of the kind of open up with something you guys have been in this industry for about a year what is the biggest thing you've learned about eastwards during her time of kind of overseeing deemed ignatov for the last year.

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"esp  n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"esp n." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Now i last i i and last on espn radio that on the esp at eta it's worse the last michael jr will review on espn radio in the espn were presented by progressive insurance colours join us beauty shell pennzoil performance lime and you can get in touch with us on the one hundred flowers dot com twitter feed will he privy night on twitter we'll get to that old a little later on but a lot of moving and shaking in the nba right now and you asked a good question before the show and i want to ask you here between anything that might happen leading up to or involving the draft in anything that might happen in free agency is there anything that you think kid get anyone else in the nba over the warriors or anyone else the east over the cleveland cavaliers going forward here i think the snap answer is no because the warriors are as joe lake of prematurely said last year light years ahead of the rest of the league he can now say that with certainty that the warriors are light years ahead of the rest of the league in my question pre show was what would a team my example was the cavs because they are of course the closest to the warriors and they are the class of the east what would the cavs or any other team have to do between right now today and opening.

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