23 Burst results for "EIA"

The 60s' Spy Satellite Helping Today's Environmental Scientists

Kottke Ride Home

04:49 min | 9 months ago

The 60s' Spy Satellite Helping Today's Environmental Scientists

"In the nineteen sixties and seventies the. Cia ran something. Called the corona michigan sadly for today's conspiracy theorists. It has nothing to do with the pandemic that we currently face or even other corona viruses like the common cold no it was a covert cold war mission. Using satellites to take reconnaissance photos of the soviet union with the aim of gleaning information about the large nation's military supplies and readiness. It was the first time satellite reconnaissance had been done from space and it took them and tries before it actually worked. Several satellites didn't make it to orbit others experienced camera failures. It was quite a feat at the time. Scientists had to figure out how to design a camera and film that could withstand the air pressure and radiation in space but in august nineteen sixty the first successful satellite past eight times over the soviet union taking twenty pounds worth of film and depositing it in mid air via parachute through the atmosphere into a waiting air force plane below the first photography ever recovered from orbit over the next twelve years and one hundred forty five missions. The corona program would take nearly a million photos improving in quality overtime. The krona program was declassified in nineteen ninety five and since then has taken on a new life assisting archaeologists and environmentalists in piecing together the history of landscapes and digging into many mysteries of our natural environments. We'll nineteen sixty may not seem like that long ago to some of us prior to the declassification of the corona spy photos the oldest satellite imagery most scientists had worked with dated back to the nineteen eighties at the very oldest. And most were much more. Recent quoting the new york times paired with modern computing the space-based snapshots of helped archaeologists identify ancient sites demonstrated. How craters left by american bombs. During the vietnam war became fishponds and recounted world war. two's reshaping of eastern europe tree. Cover often coronas sixties era snapshots captured habitats before humans dramatically none dated paved over plowed up or developed wild species into new cities hydroelectric dams farmland or industrial zones. The images even challenged our assumptions about untouched. Ecosystems revealing more than once that presumed old growth forests are actually younger than seventy years old and quotes harvard archaeologist. Jason calls them quote the best military tax payer funded success that no one knows about end quotes but for how much they're assisting scientists now. Their usage to provide insights on environmental. Matters is not unprecedented. In fact it was being done in secret within the walls of the cia itself starting just a few years before. The corona program was declassified. Thanks to the guiding hand of scientists. Linda zoll and a well-timed letter from vice president. Al gore zone was already working with the cia in nineteen ninety one when the soviet union collapsed as a liaison between the cia and washington secret team of elite scientists. The jason's with the fall of the soviet union all spy programs and resources were being reconsidered zoll pushed for the satellites to be maintained for environmental study but it wasn't a popular idea but between a comprehensive report penned by all and pressure from then tennessee senator al gore this. Eia was finally convinced and established a large team with the intention of cracking many environmental mysteries using photos from corona and its later counterparts. Zoll led a team of seventy elite scientists as they combed through decades of photos producing hundreds of studies and reports on planetary shifts in snowfall blizzard sea ice and glaciers one of their biggest discoveries images that showed the extent to which the polar ice caps were retreating a prime example of the types of photos the spies didn't care about but which environmental scientists coveted the program resul named media kept up in various carnations through two thousand fifteen but has since shuttered in its place however are scientists around the world using the images from the original corona program and later images from medina to shed light on thorny questions across an array of disciplines and while it was slow going for a long time due to the complications with scanning correcting and orienting images more recent software has finally been developed to make the whole process go a lot more quickly and accurately and if you want to dig into the history and science of the corona program a bit more. There is a film produced by the cia at the time that you can watch on youtube. It's titled a point in time the corona story which honestly could be the title of someone's film about twenty twenty

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Teaching Music in a Multicultural Classroom with Rachael Morgan-Jones

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

05:26 min | 10 months ago

Teaching Music in a Multicultural Classroom with Rachael Morgan-Jones

"Just being very aware of the population in your local community and so on and really understand and getting to know your children is key to understanding what is going to make me tech in the classroom so i have put all those coat cultural backgrounds into three main areas to take into consideration. So there's the islamic tradition the western classical tradition and the oral tradition. So if you look at the islamic tradition you might cross children from north africa middle east pakistan. This country's per pack afganistan and those children are very likely to be muslim and islam. You have to members of multicultural cross continental religion so there will be a broad range is broad range of approaches to studying music and the feeling about music so the most conservative denomination doesn't allow music tall the engagement of music and the reason for that is because within the sharia law music is seen as being within a very negative context for example prostitution and gambling so there are some conservative very conservative muslims. Who don't believe in engagement and music. All the mainstream belief is that music is absolutely fine. Studied in the educational context. Although it's only the very liberal muslims who will consider taking music onto key stage four key stage five on maybe within the the kind of liberal groups you would expect the food. Fourth plus generation immigrants. So that's the the one group be quite mindful of then. The second group is the western classical tradition. Which is the group that really embraces music. Probably the one that most acquainted with stralia america britain and these musicians will be very used to listening to music in the house. They might study an instrument and music orchestral band instruments. They might be part of a band. So that's what would be the music associated with that group that british group i talks about. And then there's that food group oral traditionalist so those will musicians that may be learning instrument that has been passed down from generation to generation. They learn by eia improvise ation say features. Very heavy heavily in it. So those i would say with the three main groups and there are considerations and balances in order to to kind of cater for for those three groups. I was gonna say i you. Can you can as a often classically trained musician as as a new music teacher you can probably kind of get your head around the idea of moving away from you. Know travel cliffs and dotson sticks in music notation to kind of embrace the huge number of traditions in the world. The do that music through oral transmission. How do you kind of get going with group who believed that music is actually forbidden unlawful. Unlawful and against their religion. Because you know if you knew to the classroom you might be worried about getting them to sit down and stop talking and listen to you and the older you might actually be transgressing. Religious beliefs might be a bit of well the when it comes to that group. They are not very used to listening to music in the house and i would say physically. The mainstream belief is that music is fine in an educational context. And i can tell you that within pupil voice over the years and people voices taken with our external partners. The feedback is really positive and they enjoy music in the classroom. So don't be don't be frightened about that at all. Yes a have come across the odd pupil here in that that is coming from that consume conservative background. Brit just means having some conversations and maybe with the parents sometimes and saying we'll actually music as part of the school curriculum and you do have to embrace it and that after you've had that initial conversation it's fine of never had a problem after that and again you know you do find some liberal Muslims who will take music for key stage four but the main thing to remember. Is that it you know. Music is enjoyed in the classroom by children. These cultures i think the needs to be a sensitivity. And if you're going to be working in a school where there's a very large percentage of pupils who follow a faith maturities could be a catholic school for example. You would be very careful in terms of the music that you sharing with them. A lot of music these days very sexualize than you'd be careful anyway not to share things that are really explicit but you would then probably find an opportunity to introduce more classical music into your schemes of learning and. I think that's fair to say that. The schemes of learning that have developed over the years have really broad range of music with quite a generous amount of classical music. And that's that's something really positive. I think

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Wind has surpassed hydro as most-used renewable electricity generation source in U.S.

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Wind has surpassed hydro as most-used renewable electricity generation source in U.S.

"For the first time in the U. S. electricity generated from wind has exceeded hydropower as NPR's Jeff Brady reports that makes wind power the top renewable source of electricity in the country when power has grown steadily over the past decade thanks to government tax credits while hydropower from dams has long been the largest source of renewable energy that changed last year according to the energy information administration hydro power can fluctuate from year to year depending on precipitation it's been down the last few years little hydro power has been added to the grid in recent years while the wind energy business has been booming more wind was added in twenty nineteen than in any other year except twenty twelve the EIA projects renewable power overall will continue to grow and that by next year more of the country's electricity will come from renewable sources than both nuclear and

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Oil rises 1.2%, settling at $62.12, after surprise drop in US crude stockpiles

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Oil rises 1.2%, settling at $62.12, after surprise drop in US crude stockpiles

"Those investors continue to I any developments in the trade talks with China. President Trump says he's ready to impose twenty-five percent tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods as soon as this Friday. The president today also announcing additional sanctions against Iran's steel and iron industries built the Iran sanctions, and the China trade talks impact of the oil markets bit. Crude oil bounce back from one month. Lows WTI crude for June of seventy two cents to sixty to twelve barrel. That gained also comes as the EIA says a crude supplies. We're down four million barrels

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"eia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Did you get the EIA numbers in you? Gotta dump them allowing I do. Yes. I have my here. What are we got? So we have the sorry. I'm pulling up commercial crude oil inventories. They increased by seven million barrels. That's good. Oh, yeah. And then we have the gasoline inventories. Going down by seven point seven million barrels, and we have distillate fuel inventories going down by this point one to one hundred thousand what was the gasoline down. What I was decreased by seven point seven million barrels. Michael. And it's still distillers what is decreased by one hundred thousand not yet not too much where seven million increase in crude oil, though, I mean, that's I you probably don't remember what last week was. But I know it was an increase last week. So we're moving up. And. Okay. Well, thanks, the and that's good. So seven million. That's great. The problem is kind of offset by the dancing and gasoline inventories. But again, this is typical this time of year because of the switch over. So the the good news is we've got plenty of crude oil right now in in. You know in inventory so to speak. To be able to get refineries running a p capacity as which over from summer summer. Get our winner gas summer gas happens. So hopefully, we'll get that crank out and get that moving. We start that. I'm hoping you know, certainly by may first we're starting to see some pretty decent inventories. So I can't honestly say this is going to do a whole lot to stabilize gasoline prices at the pump. Unfortunately, I think even though the inventory numbers. I mean, it's good from global growth standpoint. Because there's a lot of concern about global supplies, and this is going to be very good. It's taking a little bit of pressure off of global supplies. And that's good news. We need to do that. We want to see that happen particularly in the your zone and here in America's. Well, so we are seeing that. And it's a good number considering that we haven't fully appreciated the extra nineteen rain. Things that have come online. Now, they're not all producing crude oil some of those rigs are not gas. But nonetheless, we haven't fully felt that affect yet, which we will start to feel a little bit more next week by the end of this month will feel that affect and so we should I'm hoping I was hoping I can't say that I have a lot of hope about it right now. But I was hoping that we could try to avoid that we could avoid gasoline prices hitting three dollars a gallon, so national average three dollars. So that's what I was hoping for it. It's not looking like. We're still a good. I don't know where we are on that. But we're good twenty five cents a way from that. I would think still so maybe we will maybe will. Void it as things continue to get cranked up. So that's where we are. Hopefully that will be the case this is, but all in all it's a pretty good number, and I would consider base from based on my perspective. I would consider. A good number. I would consider good news. So we'll see. All right. Let me go back to phones. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three just just from a CEO of banks big banks. So we're already hearing them talk. You know, the things that we would expect CEO pay. You know, is is too much. Are you aware of what's going on at your Bank? These kinds of questions. Just drive me nuts. New York democratic Representative talking about banks links to gun manufacturers and mass shooting Bank Ling. To that. So as the bankers faults that they are in the business of lending money to corporate America. And that anybody that makes banks here's this guns. They should be lending too. So I wonder if this same group of people would would talk the banks about cutting off financing to the murder of babies, you think they would do that. I know I I'm not taking. I'm not listen, I want to take anything away from mass shootings. That's got nothing to do with guns. It's got to do with mental health issue. Little to do with gun. But the murder..

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EIA: Gulf Of Mexico Oil And Gas Production Remains Strong

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

EIA: Gulf Of Mexico Oil And Gas Production Remains Strong

"The market higher after opec and its allies including russia announced they will boost oil production starting next month though less than expected aural surged to above sixty dollars a barrel the dow gained one hundred nineteen points one half of one percent at twenty four thousand five hundred eighty the snp up five points one fifth of one percent at twenty seven fifty four exxon mobil contributing the most to that index it rose more than two percent and the nasdaq was down twenty points about a quarter of a percent at seventy six ninety two the market apparently sloughing off the trade tensions that have battered stocks for more than a week business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm john metaxas bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty more breaking news this busy friday afternoon here.

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"eia" Discussed on Material

Material

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Material

"Cameron a corner but because there's no sound i feel a little more okay about it you can't hear the conversations i'm having with my family members you you know i i think the one thing i really want to test it though and i'm gonna get a little depressing for second sorry is what is it like when you forget it and leave it on the shelf after a party and you are bickering with you know your house made or your significant other over cleaning like is it still capturing those moments so i'm i'm still going to be playing with like some very curious with this machine learning is going to do so that's what i'm really interested in lung bone we've up of husband helmand vows effort so it's actually like reading your lips and subtitled so so kuchma's branco specially like when it gets more he ran a your your voice get more shrill it's really hard your maxine out the microphone it's really hard for surf zone really heroes so known up and guggenheim max you go on by preference like had flown send forty bitcoin to this address otherwise we published this protests in on the internet oh my god don't asking for bitcoin i have none a flip the at the nato had indy north at you you you touch with something that's actually quite possible of because just this week uh google gould with a with a spouse a a an eye towards a marketing a new feature for the youtube out they're calling mobile realtime video segmentation which is now feature in limited beta what it actually means is like live virtual green screen so if you're shooting like a talking head video with with the with your phone but you're using safa cami shooting a video it can actually like to figure out oh that that's that's were flow is that's where shoulders are that's were hurt hurt your cute turban is and so we will have that we will then so be replaced liked her livingroom background with like they had bet like the eia says space station and we'll move around like with her as the as she moves the camera or a tropical vape tropical beach so you could do things like like right now you're dressed like you know you're working from from home your your bureau lack.

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New Video Games Out Today

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:28 min | 3 years ago

New Video Games Out Today

"Yeah i did it did it for you i agree commenters out today a should tell the games let's get started bacon man and adventure our windows bravo team on psvr dj max respect on playstation 4 tj maxx franchise favorite amman uh fear effect said on ps4 xbox one windows and switch final fantasy fifteen royal addition the game that will never stop coming out on our position for xbox one and finally windows because he had a lot of catching up steve to get that titled from skyring mckay true very true but something tells me they're going to keep try we're going to gun for a frantic six on playstation 4 which i don't know what that is but i'm hoping it's just a story of friend mirabella's antics in his daytoday life is strange before the storm on playstation 4 and xbox one the retail addition disc whatever midnight deluxe done with that is but sounds dope on opposition foreign vita north on playstation 4 xbox one switch and vida randy on playstation vr scribble that showdown on ps4 xbox one and switch super seducer on playstation 4 and pc this is gave that obviously us listen to my i need to look this up is what the what could that be at is somehow croupiers at abacha that seized the biggest pile of garbage i think i've ever seen it video game there is some of this a really bad games out there clearly the st marketplace hus has some trash the eia wes in google place stores have a lot of trash even nintendo switch ps4 xbox one have have have trash and their marketplace's now but this is like the thing that really bothers me the most about this game is that they won't stop email any press releases about it after i specifically said i don't want to play your game i'm not going to talk about your game dear announ fucking talking about their game the offense it's it's weird because i i just don't understand the tone news of it works like this there was a time and place where this game who've come out and then acceptable the didn't mean it was rights but they're like when you've got to the bmx xxx era right and things like that where it's just like you know what anything fucking where is this kind of.

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"eia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"How the taba dan i love you the greatest dad ever wanted to one of those fastball mogotsi seventeen she had a new fought to fund his team fina hope for emergency i get my kids are thought about twelve so they can call me in an emergency my son already lost is and then my daughter she's more responsible she kept it and i ap grated at once i got a reform at like 1213 that i upgraded at once as you want another upgrade among hey not prey doesn't have that growth he won the eia west system lou gehrig is saying that he is not really impressed with the fact that britain five is giving them some sort of a pep talk tomorrow night is scheduled to go in and talk to the entire team and the reason why is because he said well how many super bowl says bread for of one one and he's won the same amount news like yeah so i don't really have much i want to ask him who showed up with your blunt kinda makes sense for years one zero i have one super bowls what am i going to ask him so brutally hard you win that one super bowl that is funny i really think that it's funny and also awkward when knbr first hooks in the room finally tom brady was caught this was coming on or off the podium at some point this week and cameras zoomed in and saw something that was being held in one of the patriots staffs hands and it is tom brady's mvp acceptance speech already written out there carrying around his acceptance go well.

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"eia" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"What can i do with that what what he do that or what have you started off with asking how grander yeah i mean what will i see and then you know how to people use it yes so it it it may be the topics there's the currently about 3500 topics so it's pretty granular it's all be to be topics and it gets its your in just tak alone 1500 topics in tak and then we have a verticals like hr human resources of marketing finance but sir sir a can be quite quite grenier and that's actually house sell us when we sell the subscription to and then a prize uh we we look at how many how many ah topics the care about any he subscribe based on how many topic they want us to monitor for them in the price scales based on how many topics they they they they care about and what type of successor your clients happen with this the the good news that we are running it will also 100 percent renault over his of his cousin fa high rentals force your aim is like ever to talk about there were there the the the uptick that they see but we in and we do but with plenty case that his website from very large enterprises they do talk about these excess metrics that they see in when they use it for sales are for marketing email marketing and be the um the the update sometimes establishing to three hundred percent literally on the the tests says that they used with with our with our data but the end of the day a new or rich in a attrition or renewal rates are are really the best metrics to look actors that through prayer and hubbell your salespeople how do they use it to try and find their next target yet we are definitely brinkmanship handy we are running abm campaigns right now using our own data we've are we've identified of the eia.

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"eia" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"Kayce in the spacecraft and made it on the way back in the came back and they got here and they said here we brought the cheese from the moon and all state cow it's gone sometimes i don't understand where this is going at don't understand their you know that the moon is not made of cheese are at the moon is not made a cheese i do know that because if it was told that part of the earth would also be made out of cheese because the moon came from earth her we're truffles come from from the earth is on the bottom line hands people have turned the shoe mars is like one is like the moon missions a hook it brought us all kinds of other stuff this mars racing is really about getting astronauts of the eia says that's where the money is and that's how space x is going to continue to fund the bfr now if you go to youtube and you go to boeing youtube website you can find their video much like ilan's video lockheedmartin or boeing's okay is it on both yeah yeah okay coling boeing has a video where they talk about their plan for mars and getting people back in how they're going to land on mars and how they're going to get people back off of mars and how long people are going to be on mars in the boeing plan so there is a plan there's no part of that were it turns into a gigantic mars colony with hundreds of ships going back and forth boeing wants to go there they want to get some rocks who want to check it out they want to see what's going on they wanna come on beck said.

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"eia" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"In some of the most religious cities exactly there's a city called home and go home is the shia heartland of iran this is a place where 1962 ayatollah khomeini began his islamist revolution and you we had protesters there friday friday after a prayer and this is when pete the people get riled up this is when the imams come out and violent up the people and they went out in the clerical heartland of the city and said deficit islamic republic death the commented that's like let's go to the eia toll designed leader of iran exotic it'd be killed for that they could be killed and right now in tehran four hundred fifty arrests the regime has already said that they face they face the death penalty golden will they have to kill them all don't they may kill the mall or like they didn't two thousand nine that could torture them really brutally while so speaking of ayatollah komeini and it's a little confusing the old guy was kohmeini and the new guy is khamenei khamenei how media i don't i don't do that no i always notice this my lefty friends they always try to pronounce things were exaggerated native so they'll say you know like like mussallam stauner's but i i don't go to italian restaurants and say like okay i'd like to order the spaghetti unaccountable not a pit father would have been no you just you know so i like to uh very ostentatiously pronounced them in an anglicised now are one thing they're chanting in the streets according to the reporting that we have is bring back the shaw the shah who was ousted in the iranian revolution what what does that mean uh it's a way to defy the regime there is no topic more taboo in the islamic republic of iran than the shock this is this is why we had the 1979 revolution you'll had islamist factions you had the working poor stand up and say we don't want the autocratic shah and to be to be clear the shot does not have immense support in iran and he does not have immense support in the iran in exile community it's just like a screw you base it's basically.

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"eia" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Side note who cares if it killed style was view on i fear why was there no fucking lightsaber jewell us from pulse like what the fuck of never neverbeen so salty about anything in my life while you're pretty crazy existed right your presentation israeli and gauging sorry i don't care what you think about anything based on your aggressive manna for enough i mean right back at ya most instructed are we get into just general height of the eia pretty good my obstructed structured video i ever saw i ever saw some tell them van moon have and with with this this loan i was this review you just rambling for ten minutes yep i have as a wag though this movie's write it as fuck it's nor made for fans i feel sorry for them not like a sieve flick feel sorry for selfish asia episode seven at last was a good copy of episode bowl this movie was just bland so many characters and waste and pull an portland's wasted there is no substance ray is a still a mary sir and the worst main character of this franchise worst style let's saying laws what style was brivio are with episode 1 and 2 the empire strikes back in road one remains as the best picture of the franchise those are two separate movies to say as is love to be together that also there that is by no means the definitive plays a lot like listen rogue one it's definitely the best one summit will really like it um but nothing is definitive i'm really starting to play disney pie the critics sorry a really starting to really believe disney pie to the critics i can't say way it got such incredible reviews iccat save where you've got such incredible agassi a lot of incredible results you could erroneous shoes behind them at the air on websites aboard culture and history of fun burn at all we must magical magical knows everything strong independent woman spout w m y n does that's a quote from yard a 2017 all he knows what he's talking even the freak was a better than this garbage i liked.

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"eia" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"I think there's a thing about you know we were writing the script in you know working on the show and writers on the show but such fans of the show and you know is our chance the right one of these big walk and talk sacrament passer now we to drive his car exactly right exactly right right down the driveway my wife when we were watching this episode she asked about the president's jocular tone in the situation room she said how how is it that he's cracking jokes while they're trying to figure out the situation with the eia told his son and for me i didn't find it at all jarring his tone because i thought will that because before this the meeting in the situation room is even started he already knows riot companies that's how i say he's already eaten this is what i could just like have made my decision yongle you'll have your say yeah but obviously the kid is operated right yeah i love though that um and i don't know where this came from in i wasn't i did go to the said a few times you know here and there while this was filming just for fun but we were untrue just in the office working on the next episodes but i loved the moment or bartlett slams the book where he has that hasn't been his tone in the episode right and one of the great things about that character to me over time was the anger that you didn't see that often and it's obviously right there it's easy right underneath the doesn't usually bubble over yeah and that wasn't on the page i mean i may have been a suggestion by director may have been martin's instinct but it was just such a super andy iskoe outsi take a moment rain screwed now if you're interested so look a couple of the political story lines i can tell you what they're based on your on your active as just about the whole in this episode posits essentially a eight month elections are campaign cycle right we find interesting yeah the whole thing of locking up precinct captains that that that's a credible absolutely are maneuver absolutely it is in fact it's it's uh i.

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"eia" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Cortex

"So the dot for me israeli like these are the absolute i'm using most all my ipad and i think it reinforces the fact that i say i use the ipad for work because they all work apps like the mold of those that's what they are um and the reason that they are rule there is because these it applications the most frequently using in split views um so i keep them in the dock because it's way easier that way to just look up on the drag it to where i needed to be which justin all the record because there is a law of a as a lot of inconsistent opinions about how people feel about this i love the new multitasking in iowa s eleven i think it's fantastic i think it is superior in almost every way it just takes time to get used to and learn but i'll i absolutely love it i love all the dragon because i am able to visualize wherever things can be iowa is very visual um i think that that is a it their own there is a key to being able to welcome iowa us in in in the if you like things visual the that night is a thing you have to just get used to is that you like to be able to see things you like to be able to see the movement of things and being able to physically drag application to wear i want them to be and have them snap into a place and move the all around and the idea dish no flexibility the eia was loves multitasking has is amazing i love it and i've changed some my work clothes and the change now and i would never want to change them back.

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"eia" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Cortex

"So the dot for me israeli like these are the absolute i'm using most all my ipad and i think it reinforces the fact that i say i use the ipad for work because they all work apps like the mold of those that's what they are um and the reason that they are rule there is because these it applications the most frequently using in split views um so i keep them in the dock because it's way easier that way to just look up on the drag it to where i needed to be which justin all the record because there is a law of a as a lot of inconsistent opinions about how people feel about this i love the new multitasking in iowa s eleven i think it's fantastic i think it is superior in almost every way it just takes time to get used to and learn but i'll i absolutely love it i love all the dragon because i am able to visualize wherever things can be iowa is very visual um i think that that is a it their own there is a key to being able to welcome iowa us in in in the if you like things visual the that night is a thing you have to just get used to is that you like to be able to see things you like to be able to see the movement of things and being able to physically drag application to wear i want them to be and have them snap into a place and move the all around and the idea dish no flexibility the eia was loves multitasking has is amazing i love it and i've changed some my work clothes and the change now and i would never want to change them back.

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"eia" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

"Uh i don't know there's just something about lake money and like find like the word 'finance in the word lake accountant that just like if weeks me out i think is a hallmark of being like a full adult which i don't necessarily feel right now in his also comfortable for me to have my mom do my taxes right because i can liquor and be like ma in doumas axes learned he's like all right here but if i go to like a tax accountant in there's i hit why didn't you do this i can't be like oh stared they really okay but but why didn't you do it the who everybody's diet un's eia right now you know so um that is one goal that i did not meet put i'm i'm okay with that did it lead to at my my assumption is that like over the last few years as as another round is taken off as your life has changed in new york i imagine your taxes might look a little different than they did before you move to new york yet defined are are you talking to your mom about the kind of money you're making or or is it leading to two more openness between the two of you about about what your money looks like no not necessarily and i think that's partially because i just feel like i don't have the language really to talk about money you know i i don't even know like what a conversation about that with sound like oh and is also partly because i make more money than my mother did by the time that she retired in it is feels weird innell if feels very very strange i don't know how to um.

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"eia" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"Everything i could possibly need you know whether it's you know bandage rapper something or just aspirin something so so i pull over and i get out of the car for the first time in like maybe two hours who and i'm immediately lippi limping like you swallow man and i and i looked at looked at my ankle for the first time to of like my sock off and my ankle had like swan up and i literally like hobbled into this gas station and and merely realized the biggest irony of iceland it's really hard to get ice in ice intent though ice in the indonesian store there is no ice like they had every possible like bottle drink and stuff but there was no i snow ice packs no nothing it was still like a convenience store where they had other stuff like car fresheners and stuff like that but they're like medical medicine eia was basically toothbrushes toothpaste and feminine hygiene products like that was in you could freeze that um not what did you use what did you could you does this does de klerk speak english they do they do work um and i and i ask like do you have ice packs and and it was a bit of a surly icelandic teenager he's like oh no sorry and so i bought a water and left immediately started googling pharmacies found a pharmacy drove to a pharmacy and it was what i thought what it was like you know iceland's main chain of pharmacies their equivalent of like say walgreens and i walk in and it's laid out like what i would call more of like an old time he pharmacy were every single pill is behind the counter mike every pill o'ruba what i did ice and i talk and i talked to the actual like pharmacist in a white coat and like i i thought i was being so smarts like i'm not gonna say tylenol not gonna say advil no brennan's aspirin.

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"eia" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"A record agree more and um it's not easy it's it's a very lonely path in a lot of ways especially the path in which which you chose the ability to a push your body to appoint where um if he was like you can't going more there's very few people that can do that in a quicker you realize it is is the better you meaning myself was was the better uh in a clear way to see opportunity like if i can push myself this are there's probably not people are well and do this yes the hearty pushed too hard you want abortion hardly push in the igc continues the buildings all did you set the same goal going to harvard as an underground to play in the nfl as as you did when you were younger and making that diversity your freshman year absolutely i knew so i harvard then because it's a nontraditional way to make it to the nfl as you know there's a long story out his podcast who loves but yeah you can get dense it now you you now that i i think you're absolutely made the goal my goal the play in the nfl was when i was nine years old when i fell in love with the game i stumbled upon it when i was nine uh in the square and being used to still the foresight to play other sports there's there's absolutely no doubt but he i started out football purely okay and that was my first love and then turns eia was pretty good at hitting people and running i wasn't highly recruited coming out of high school i was always at free safety uh as a free safety that really a lot of people assads between her which is i was never gonna be fast enough to be which means for our nonfootball listeners there which means it out of our ruling between her is is what a winner is hut someone that would have i would never been the people saw as someone i would never been.

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"eia" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Beyond!

"Here's the big one it's been bihac hot topics weeks was eia beyeler says ketchup versus mayo this of course the big hot discussion from the splat fast over on the nintendo game boy system of this the splat looked like it just watching what a map looked like to flip the bodily fluids sets everywhere abc's literally crime see a law that young people swimmer and catch up in man and there are also less quits let's be realistic that whole game would smell like a disgusting aquarium without any condiments effect that they're just spring the mafia yeah oh yeah the sunny and others mayonnaise oliver is yup also under one that started out as like and marine life it's i think it i think they should do chocolate milk and limited see which is better their goal pv prove it but i was like ever when they're for as it goes like is there is a red ink and they're like no this is this is e for everyone was like as this kind of dumb they were like let's have a big dirty disgusting uh the correct answer is man thank you yeah i agree is when it's i mean i know that it's probably an unfair sort of set up i think that man is an and ketchup were kind of on different levels because a lot of like people are some people like managers gross and some people like i love mayonnaise i love man is you of manas you know you can add to gets its you could you customize it more you can't you can't make something into catch up and make it difficult meaty spike and i think that man is like better on bug is the chip is like as catch of in fries his that's a solid combat is great naoko yet the maybe you can turn on nato exactly thing there's also catchment mustard and there are some people out that negotiations were like terrible muster baby so that which is well i'm not be a good anoc at a good it wouldn't be firefighter like let's funny because in splat fast they will more people on team catch up but team mayo one anyway.

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"eia" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Gave me the final ticket punch in really preparation for future uh operations set the conditions for this and then frankly uh went up when i was deploying the brigade i was taking afghanistan that last mission the position was elevated the oh seven uh which is brigadier general so that option became available and so i was able to be promoted shortly after adding the theater okay well when you're at harvard though some of your colleagues in that clinton does classes they know what's on the person outside is it outside of the military or other folks in the military who's taking this classes with you so it was a great programs called the national security fellowship program and there's twenty six folks selected each year to go to harvard a nation of army navy air force marines and coast guard but it's also uh eia defense intelligence agency as a cia and fbi and so those are the guys that are in the program with you but school in harvard university so i was able to forces uh the harvard business school uh i was taking some in the engineering school as well as the kennedy school see made the most deaths that's fantastic so i mean you you talk about some of the some of the school when you had an obviously reaching the rank of brigadier general your options coming out of the military when you deciding i am going to retire from the army i'm sure you had plenty of options in terms of next absan and job offers so how is it they you landed on getting into healthcare in and specifically working with homebase.

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"eia" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Yeah so put but now lease it feels like there's a pro version of the eia patronage like the regular budget version of the ipad it seemed like there's a lot more differences between those two now the am i mean better for for political machine you could you could be looking at as an immaculate replacement and it's half the price civil rights actually a good deal with like that the only thing i'll say is the the new smart keyboard has been getting mixed reviews i've seen some people say feels flimsy have said that it feels unsatisfying the type honest it's not a very good keyboard or not as good as something that you would expect from apple so if you're thinking about using this as your may machine that's also something to consider let's talk about the home pod next because the reviews are in for the home pot as well and again i i haven't seen any negative reviews of the home pie which is surprising because you audio is a very objective or subjective thing right it's hard to get a consensus on a speaker and from all the reviews i've been seeing everyone hips has said that this is an amazing sounding speaker especially when you have more than one and i think the question for me now is not am i going to buy a home pod how many home hides year am i going to buy visas i own narrow please please because yeah it's definitely the son sonos us earth is the put those up on craigslist than governing for some of the review said they sound better than this so does play three what we're we're version are they are they on the play threes at the current generation wasn't the news wants to play five which is the root which a bigger and bigger fear okay so they they really i announce actually interested to see the noncompetitive play finds a compared to the place three which they she says let the mediumsized one sentence associate really a fair comparison but apple speakers small though right like the play three.

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"eia" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"eia" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"Psychology has spent many years understanding the behaviour of individuals but tools such as the eia team iq us away to understand communities as a whole maybe even countries as a whole we did a study some years ago brian no sick led this particular project in which we looked at gender stereotypes across many countries in the world how strongly we associate you know female with science and male with signs and then we looked at the performance of girls and boys roughly around eighth grade on some kind of a standardized test and what we discovered is that the stronger the genderbias in a country that is to say the stronger the association of male with science and a country the lesswell girls in that country did on that mathematics test it's very similar to the heyman kind of result because we didn't measured the the genderbias in the girls and the boys who took the test we will measuring something at the level of a country in that case and yet it did predict something systematic about the difference in performance between boys and girls when we look at an event like a police shooting we invariably seek to understand it at the level of individuals if something bad happens we think it has to be because someone had bad intentions implicit bias certainly does act on individuals but it's possible that its strongest effects are at the level of a community as a whole this might be why some police shootings of african american man a carried out by africanamerican police officers and why some physicians one not prescribing pain medications to people of color my themselves be people of color.

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