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"erlangen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"erlangen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

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"erlangen" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

"erlangen" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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"erlangen" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

15:59 min | 5 months ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Never have before okay. We're back okay. Wow was that it was good. Do you have a good break for me? It was Stugotz so traumatized by your near death story. That's crazy. We'll tell you another worst. I ever went on. Yes I WANNA HEAR. You came so prepared you know. That's what I do some nice comments. I subscribe to the Yo show. 'cause he came prepared for this guy. You'll be tagged in on my instagram page. So I take this girl out. This is longtime ago when I moved to La. Okay so about eleven years ago and took out this girl and we went to breakfast because that's easy breakfast. Everything was going right to. The food showed up along. She ate everything with her hands. Like any thing like even like They had like height mill with her fingers. Yes like did grow up in a know in this and she was beautiful beautiful like when she picked up the eggs she pushes. She put Ketchup on X. Grabbed him and ate them like that Michael and then she picked up some oatmeal like that. Where the fuck was she from? I don't know you sent me up on this date. Oh my God he's all. I met this girl. She's she's Neanderthal. No he he was roommates with her. So go this girl's Matt Coles so we all hung out one night and I was like. Wow She's beautiful she's Nice. Let's go to breakfast. She's like cool in literally. That happen the next morning. Ever sell this bitch in the fucking just like Bush doesn't like I don't know but I I was like you say something why I'm nicer than like honey. There's a four the thing that's civil were were right next to her and I was like you know my mind first thing I think is okay. I'm in La. I'm new. Is this some wellness some type fucking Hippie? And is this a hippie thing? Maybe she's super hippy. Doubt I don't know but it's disgusting. It's disgusting that breakfast was so quick literally as I gotta go so it was like a fifteen minute date at tops. We got the food we ordered. We started eating and then we're done like ten minutes after she massachusetts like Y. You text me back Phil Syrup all over phone going over the phone my phone. That's a fucking good way to get the flu. Oh Wow that's the worst date of bad. I mean good conversation with you. While she was eggs with her hands. She was so nice it I was making big gestures. What my silverware playing drums like. This is great. This is how I eat eggs windsor. Great civil this is how I can't. I can't that's disgusting. That would make me go out to love that you somebody. That listened to your podcast. Does that comments. If you're fucking weird hand eater I guarantee you. We can hate on you just getting hit on you. Just think you're it's like those people. Have you met those people in La who swear that they have to walk everywhere barefoot those Those people know there's and actresses who do it very famous because they believe in the healing of the earth and they're like weird and they think that And I'M NOT GONNA name names I'll tell you after. They think that the while humans are supposed to be barefoot. And that we'd get like some Kinda weird health benefits from walking on the raw earth but that doesn't make sense to me because we've paved most of the earth and it's not like you're working on a fucking walking on a dirt path and it's like if you walk on earth the vibe or whatever they're looking for it would be strong enough to go through your shoe fuck in lane. Hey this great energy is coming through there but it stopped by one inch plastic. It's just weird and I went on a date with one of these people and I was like famous people before you met Tom. Yes naming names. I'll tell you later like a couple but it wasn't even on purpose. It was just be people that are hung out with were they. Were they weird a lot of them? Yes but lie. I'm fucking weird weird. You are. Everyone's weird Sony people. Are you kind of normal nor day to homecoming all? It's not great because I'd rather be normal. I really would so so I think you are. Yeah I think sometimes I want I weigh like what changed my view on you was like I don't want to go back to my podcast but that lasts thirty minutes on our black like that was so normal depth. Yeah talk about real shit. See and that's normal. Yeah that's normal but but don't share a house with me Jesus Christ But it's entertaining. It's always a fun time. Fun Time for everyone just for you. You have to tell you the story so I went on a date with the Scott Walker the Earth Walker with his fucking dirty toes and his fucking restaurants grocery stores fucking everywhere dude and invited me. He invited me to a painting class. Were you like girl. Sits Nude and everyone can draw and paint her and I show up and he's fucking barefoot and it's near like downtown La and there's like fucking dirty condoms and all. It is like it's discussing staff infection waiting to happen. Like if you've got an ingrown toenail like there goes your whole life. God He's walking around like it's nothing so people would stare at them. Oh Yeah was famous because his house but I think it was like you'd see that he was famous. And then you look down and be like. Why are you doing that? It was disturbing. I'll tell you later. I'M NOT SAYING OKAY. I'm not like a name dropper. I mean sometimes but not really appropriate but this is okay. It was just really disturbing. It was like like we. We wouldn't I wouldn't say it was like a relationship like I would hang out with him every once in a while would be like okay now. Whatever but it was. He was strange for me to say that. Because you're crazy. Come on yeah. Yeah I I did. He Have Ellen will beat me micro except for maybe Charles Manson House Manson might be you because we both have really is your own my God. No you didn't twenty three twenty three years Charles Manson. It's just that's my whole like nationality is Charles Manson horrifying and he does have kids. Did you know that dog with like remorseful about normal person would be horrified that he did the stuff that he did? Yeah it's really fucked up. Yeah isn't that weird? Also really weird you know Erlangen. La Airline air one. Yes I go to air one and all the time. Why have you Britney gone to Air One? Okay guys so you that show you so you'd have to take one joke because you know how the name of the place is Or Nevada backwards backwards. It's ear Vanna forever. So that's making air one you guys which is a local grocery store. That's supposed to be like the grocery store in you because Air Juan backwards is nowhere. Not Anyway your big eyes at me. Those huge is it took an hour for her eyeball to get from one side to the other side so both funds little story. We'll let me know this really Q- Girl used to go to air. WanNa the timing of Syrian. She was really pretty and one of my friends. We used to joke around that. He was like the mayor of Erawan because he was always fucking Erawan. Crosby Wisconsin at Crosby Taylor. So he was always there. I would see this really pretty girl and one day I was like who is the squirrel. Because she's always you're always eating by herself and he goes. Oh that's Charles Manson's girlfriend was like what and he's like. Yeah that's Charles. Manson Joe Yes. She was like twenty seven. This was like several years ago. She was like twenty seven and she would go to jail. And have I guess? They had conjugal visits whatever his really pretty seemingly normal looking girl having her little fucking airline food all organic sitting there and dating a fucking psychopath and I was like what. How fucking bananas is. That just never know man like the place in La. Wouldn't you say that like everyone? Fuck in if it's the on severally closer like when I lived in there that area I honestly just go and get my stuffing Li. I hate this. Hang out there. No Way Dude. No there's no one profusely go to are used to go to your the one. I would go get same thing as you and get lunch there and I would eat my lunch and leave. I every time I was there would see Vincent Gallo every single time. I was there like he was there. I could go at like two PM. I could go like just hanging out sitting out the tables outside talking to people so some people use it as a starbucks kind of just hang out outside the outside benches and stuff understand that. If you live around WANNA hang out. Talk to friends just me. Yeah Yeah Loiter Kale. Hang out all day. You're seventy five dollars visa. Kale hurt. I mean I don't like it was kind of a zine the seaney I do in Studio City if you call it is a robot. Oh Aroma Roma Soga Aroma. Cafe is so good though. I love being seaney there so good like I'm probably poor right now. From going there somebody Johns tell do I like Jones's bomb but Jones is more seaney like my friend. Put IT in perspective. He lives in studio city. He says the people that actually making moves go to aroma. Because they're talking agent because not in Hollywood came in. He's a big actor came in and we were there and he goes well. These are the people that actually make the decisions that go eat here and then when you go across the Hollywood is just people that WanNa make it you know networking yet and I'm not a great networker. I don't I can't talk to someone unless I really like them or enjoy their company. Where my like I can do the. Oh how are you once we get past that? I can't fake it past that I can do this podcast and never talked to. You won't ever talk to you again. I mean this is. Our last conversation will ever have A. Because you're crazy you poop in yards. I mean why would I want to? Hey my wife would be like. How's the pockets? Yard is fucking and saying us. Yeah it's crazy. Is you said that seventeen times during this podcast? Do you need to know that I know? I can't oh I can't help it. I opened them. Because I'm excited. I JUST WANNA know. Let's just want people to know how excited I am? I am so excited that you are here. I guarantee you know what you should let me. Let me tell you I guarantee you. This was like this all the time. No better you making fun of Asian people. I can't win. Let me tell you where when she tests and I guarantee you. It will probably have more followers on instagram than you do. An Account Login is just different looks young count. Making Fun of my mom was what what your thumbs their long. You're you have the longest puffed I've ever seen in my life your eyes and your thumbs old white guy. I'm leaving this body. The lowest self esteem look at my thought on the issue. If you were a dude your penis would be bigger than Tommy's like that's what I'm saying. Like everything is this gonNA accidentally walked onto my brother. One time he has the biggest scariest. Pena's gave me like a panic attack. Broke yes when I was growing up. I walked in the bathroom one time and I was like. Oh God and it was horrifying probably like fourteen. It was scary. I mean I know what Dick wasn't definitely. That was way too big. Like what do we get bored next to a power plant life? Superheroes was scary. I will never forget. I was traumatized it was very traumatizing. Yeah very old was he compared to you. He's two years over the Musso who's sixteen seventeen. Insa they didn't really do that in my area like it was like if you're older you kind of just dated girls in your grade. I feel like the whole dating. Young girls thing is like a new thing. No why maybe or maybe it was my high school. There's always been like sophomore girls that go to prom with a senior. I mean I would date guys that were like. Outta high school when I was like you know seventeen eighteen just about to graduate but I felt like in my school for some reason. There was like a thing. If you're older and you dated a younger girl would be like ooh weird. Maybe his high school like high school or now as you get older. It's like normal but in high my high school in particular was not like a saying you know either dated someone in your grade or if you're like a girl and you're about to graduate maybe you dated someone out of High School Senior Day the college guy so it was weird. Yeah it didn't really make sense very recent. Yeah they did a little bit more morals did and People Warner's mean where people not as mean or now since everybody's on social media you can see everything it's the saying mean is but now it's in front of you. Maybe because that was interesting is crime up down from twenty five years ago or are we just seeing a lot more. That's a good point. You know I. I don't know because I remember like I'm older than you but I remember when the news will come on once a day like at seven..

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"erlangen" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

14:51 min | 6 months ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Right had never tried nicotine. I mean I know people that have just never tried nicotine. That's the move that is amazing to have just never tried nicotine in any capacity. I think that's like the speech for future kids. When I'll you know yeah God willing go try? No Yeah I'll be like look. There's a lot of things I'm GonNa tell you not to do that. Like like you might try like do not try that ever. Yes don't even tell nobody needs you'll thank me later. Yeah it has to be like you gotta give them a little bit of the carrot and then you give them the stick I think right like look. I know you're gonNA try some beers. You're not supposed to do that. Still Yeah but even try the six. You'll get you know that'll the lead you on some good roads. Although when we're when we're having kids six might not be cool. It's all nicotine even be around. Yeah it'd be I so you don't vape kid. They're getting rid of vapes. I duNNo. That's all they're all it's it's about to be illegal. Yeah okay then. We'll be safe exam because you can't ban cigarettes lake big tobacco I mean. I think you know big tobacco is You know the the big tobacco. Tobacco lobbyists are the ones that are making E CIGS illegal. Will you literally can't ban cigarettes as part of the grand bargain read in the nineties wo began all right Banham Ben vapes which I know is we. We've been Australia a few times. Starting Two thousand twelve. Everybody smoked there. Yeah and then I think two thousand thirteen. They made him extreme maybe around till they made him extremely expensive. Yeah they got about twice as expensive and having gone until fifteen like it's amazing. How few people smoke there? You go or quit so. He's like so unbelievably expensive. Give our how much we talking pack like probably. US dollars like non non exaggeration. Maybe like twenty five dollars. Jeez yeah you know the fucked up thing though. Oh like. Luckily I'm not smoking anymore but like that wouldn't even get me off it for awhile. I mean I'll just be declined thirty dollars. Packs for a little bit just going broke actually do it though some something. Funny My Friends Zach showed me when I was back home The cigarettes sub reddit. Oh my God so good. What are they talking about on there like? It's literally sick heads. Who who were like fucking you know? They're just like Like nothing like a good. A lot of like ashtrays trays that fully. Like like ashtrays in their home. Or whatever I'm going to a mess can that's what we keep talking. Click top all time I'm I'm looking top this month. Yeah top all time top all time on our slash cigarettes. The top all time post is his. Please don't let her your butts. Oh just literally likes them. Yeah I should be better about that. Honestly these are wait. I mean this is just like it's not good pod content content contact sig jokes. You Know Joe guy posted a picture of him. Like halfway through a Marlboro bad iphone. Pictures like life pro tip if you're buzzes running late just light up a cigarette. The bus will arrive within one. Oh yeah that's like a street joke that not even a joke. It's just sort of like a thing that people say. Oh Dude dark this dark It's a picture of a really fucked up car passenger seat essentially custom vehicle Look at this pick. The GOP just lost my son at one thousand nine weeks on the twenty fifth smoking and spending time with my wife the only thing keeping me together smoke one for my son you guys is no. That's so darn locus cigarette for O- obviously Man I feel bad for the guy lost his baby son but also ms or not a better place for you to turn for support than the cigarette subject. Cigarette smoke one for my son. Dan Did did this up. Brennan light one up you what where am I Campbell is. I'm sick damn. Yeah what a what a community reviews on. Youtube are pretty good too. Yeah exactly I love that. I love any sort of like the the cigarette community online. And I mean it really is like I just WanNa fully like not want nicotine in any capacity capacity. Because I I've said it before that like not all people that smoke. Cigarettes are gross but all gross people smoke cigarettes right no fully six. I don't know there's so many ways to be gross like most of most of like the NASTIEST PEOPLE I. Yeah no I mean you're talking a medium so you know comedian I well yeah anybody yeah. There's tons of nasty. People not served smokes here. Yes I mean vapors vapors alone. Let's put that out there. Anybody with the rig. Yeah there's there's a guy that reviews old maris who's just like a true freak on Youtube ovarian familiar. Yeah this guy is great. But he like orders like nineteen literally nine hundred forty one and Amari and he'll try the food and shed but funny detail about him is. I don't get the sense that he's a cigarette smoker cigarettes. He'll smoke cigarettes in there. I think it's such a funny. It'd be such a funny thing if he picked up the habit old cigare- cigarette yeah. He's smoking like literally like hundred-year-old cigarette sales he said some of them were good like he had a lucky strikes Mobutu and he like reviews it like like a like a wine connoisseur to good drag and he'll like kind of like be like they really don't make them like this anymore. You know like like that. I found a weed under my dad's bed when I moved in my dad. When I was twenty two I moved in? I got a victim from an apartment. Move doing my dad for like a month or so and as board in a look through his stuff and Found some super old. We'd from the nineties. Wow Wow on a sort of nineties did it It was really really dry and very old ancient weed did yeah. My Dad was an elite guy but he apparently had bought weed in the ninety s and just kept it for years and years and you are found in cigarette cigarette Hashtag me from nine gag dot calm when the night is so quiet. You could hear your cigarette burning silhouetted man. Oh that's like a top. This is one of the top are wash. Cigarettes pro relatable six stuff people just love it. I mean going to do it. You May as well love it that feeling when you have a drink in the new smoke a cigarette compact font that first thing feeling yeah like worlds most interesting man me exactly exactly. Actually yes. Yeah I don't always smoke. Cigarettes await yes. I actually got to be one acidy one yeah. It's so it just seems like the funniest life choice. Yeah you guys. Thanks Joe. Camel was cool. Oh him but if you look if you really go back and look at some Joe Camel ads. He really doesn't look cool at all. Yeah Yeah he looks like really shitty. I remember just like the gear like the stuff that used to be able to get from like collecting the cartons. Or whatever undeniably cool yielding the bomber. Jackets and. Shit now I know a lot of a lot of like my favorite vintage store fines. I mean I won't say my favorite vintage store finds just sort of Vincent Serfin's were all pick it up and then I'm like. How often am I going to be wearing this Marlboro pocket too? Yeah whatever but a lot of it is sort of old my fifth grade teacher. I don't even know why he told us this but he told his Gaza fifth graders at like he works construction in the summer. Isn't he collected so many from the ground that he bought like a camel. Canoe camel cash. Yeah Nice fishing boat so sick. The due to the cozy cafe. His kid used to spend his camel cash that he gave his kid Kash type of he was saving up Purple Table. Oh cash early to get guitar. And he was writing. These kind of like like like rip off saves the day songs on the a Camel Acoustic Guitar. That's so tight. Baba camel cash pretty sick so like if you start music career with camel cash like is that going to result in like the best I know music or literal worst struggle me as it was. I mean it could. It could work out. If you're that resourceful you know you could Just be doing like Red Bull. Red Bull Live your whole. Yeah I mean Yeah Post Malone started because WHO's playing guitar hero. I really like moved out to La. His his friends were professional gamers so And he would just take do songs and their twitch stream or whatever discovered very preceding Santa Maria Really. Yeah Yeah Yeah so I'm like. Yeah yeah that's doing open mic night kind of things and it was like this guy's like a star Yeah now he's the spokesperson for Bud. Light Seltzer N.. Doritos Leeman. Oh really he's sponsor for that. Yeah he's got. I mean he's a very rich man. Yeah he I smoke cigarettes. You love he he he sings about it. Yeah we actually haven't talked about your abandoned at all on this very little I've I'm trying to think of even I mean I was always trying to narrow you guys from Andy He. He only gave me the scoffing though really but I am a big fan brands. Girlfriends Big Fan. Oh cool yes so my girlfriend is to. We actually saw you. Guys you played three shows wrote the class house Yeah that's pretty nuts. Yeah it was cool. It's in Pomona. Oh sick it's due. Venue suburban show love. Love a good suburban suburban show. Yeah it's one of the best best spots and it is like and it's not like I mean. POMONA is a suburb. There's a downtown. Yeah it didn't really. It wasn't like playing. It's it's not like a real suburban show. It's sick they have a good bar there and like It's just like a nice venue out definitely go there again. Yeah I liked it way better than L. A. Venues. Yeah it's sick. It sounds I think in the country. Sirius Oh yeah I think so too. I did like kind of grow up going to shows there so so I might have a biased opinion. But it's not that close to torrance either though it was like almost an hour yet pretty far but it's like perks is really good. Sound good stage always love a plane there. It seems like the book good bands. Yes new book advance. They're really good to the band's it's like seems Kinda like punk specific kind of surrounding genre. Yeah Yeah you know the guy who books a shows. They're used to run a scar record. They will really yeah which label. I don't even know it the Vegas records. So wow that sounds pretty Scott. Yeah brand you don't own. Anything like audience knows aqua beds we were they're talking about it's on They're playing the. Oc Fair this year really. That'd be that'd be a Banger of a show. It's like you can't get more. Aqua bats fans in one place and or shows the other one the other scuffing Brennan named who. Skopje is literally what no doubt. No doubt real. Is it real. Big Fish Fish. Yeah Yeah Yeah because I knew about that song because of Disney's skated venture. Let's come up with. I guess it was still suffering because I believe they also had a song on Tony Hawk like the real escape game. uh-huh yeah but it was just the shame game engine as Tony Hawk like the exact same same buttons. It's the exact same game but but it was like Simba ear and Tarzan. We're like three main. I'd like to thank you. Chose that over. Tony Hawk. Like your mom was you. Don't want the other side played a lot of. I played a lot of Tony Hawk. Also later I don't remember that maybe the same time I didn't remember the Erlangen this created venture knockoffs. You know like noisy. Does that like rate rank your records. They add like the artist. I read the one for Tony Hawk. did like overheat ranked the game soundtracks. He ranked the Games. It was so insanely boring and like had no insight into. I mean it was horrible. It was like so bad. And there's so many games. He ranked like twenty four games ro bad but he did bring up a good point that the first game has dead Kennedys police truck in it. Yeah and like it's not really that censored cursing centered but the subject matter is totally go. Well I'M NOT GONNA sing police truck. Tonight's what is it like tonight's the night we ride the truck like. Oh Yeah it's about like cops beating people up. Yeah Yeah I remember very anti police mess. Like children yeah one point I do remember playing Tony Hawk doc and my mom coming in and being like I heard curses it was lightly center. The nintendo sixty four version. Actually police struck is instrumental on playstation playstation. Lorries used to be able to play the sixty four version at McDonalds..

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"erlangen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"So after eight years of post PHD work at Erlangen, her former teachers, David Hilbert and Felix Klein asked her to come back to gutting in in nineteen fifteen and this was right after Albert Einstein had published his theory of general, relativity, inclined and Hilbert one in nurture to work with them on unraveling, the mathematics that were involved in Einstein's work and their had published several papers of her own by this time, and she had really exhibited some insightful approaches to mathematical concepts. So she was the perfect candidate to assist in Hilbert, inclines work. She went to good again. But this move turn out to be extremely controversial many faculty members objected to the idea of a woman on the teaching staff. If EMMY not couldn't be granted faculty status Hilbert and Klein wanted her to at least have what's called a prevented Sint, which is a position similar to a post, doc. It would have given EMMY at least an officially recognized post within the good again. Educational system would also grant her sufficient, title and permission to teach for nervous thesis to be accepted, and for her to be granted, this privilege Dodson the entire philosophy faculty had to vote on it and this umbrella of philosophy. Keep in mind included, not only philosophy but also history natural sciences, and mathematics, and it turned out that the mass people. There were pretty cool with them me. But the non mathematics people in the mix were really vehemently arguing against having a woman teach students. The arguments against nurturer where that giving her a prevents position mo- would mean that she was on track to be faculty. And what would the returning soldiers think when they came back to war to find that they're supposed to take classes from a woman? Yeah, they really framed it like what a slap in the face. That would be these young men who had gone to defend the the ideals of Germany, and they then come back and find a lady teacher. He and keep in mind. This wasn't even soldier saying this. This is kind of the weird trumped up argument that the non mathematics faculty was trying to put together to keep. I mean there her off of their cool kids club and her mentor in now colleague Hilbert's response was gentlemen. I do not see that the sex of the candidate is an argument against her admission as a approved dotes in after all the Senate is not a bath house, and he meant like the educational Senate not there governments in it. And his argument, though, didn't sway the detractors. Emmy was not granted this title Hilbert, incline had to convince nurture to stay for obvious reasons, but she couldn't lecture under her own name. So they had to come up with a sneaky kind of work around the lectures were listed under Hilbert's name, but nurture was the one who actually delivered them. Yes, she worked under his name for quite. Time in nineteen eighteen however should has been doing this sort of sneaky work around plan for several years at this point, she had developed at through her work with Hilbert and Klein nurtures theorem which deals with the relation between what are known as the symmetry of a physical system and its conservation laws. So among the revelations of this theorem is the linkage between time and energy directly relating to the idea of conservation of energy. So that in case, you do not remember is that energy can neither be created nor destroyed but merely changes form, and this is incredibly significant stuff. I mean, this is really a huge part of physics as we know it, right? It's an incredibly important concept at the medical physics and her peers at the time recognized its significance so much so that the following year. I mean, not was finally officially racking recognized doesn't academic lecture with the private dotes in title that we'd been talking about for. So long. She had had to lecture without see no longer had to lecture under a male mentors name, and this was obviously incredibly significant, but it's not maybe the huge win that we would all be hoping for because just to be clear at this point. Emmy nurture was in her thirties. She had published numerous influential and important papers. And she was working with the best mathematicians at the time as a respected peer of theirs on the mathematics of relativity. And despite all of that she had up to this official. You know, kind of track to be an ineffectual ty- position. She had zero stability or safety in her Currier. But even though she now had a title that made it okay for her to lecture as herself her position did not actually come with any pay. She would not get any pay a lecture until nineteen twenty three four years after she was made a private dotes in. Yeah. And we don't know exactly where the money was coming that supported her. This is one of those. Kind of wiggly fuzzy points presumably she was getting some from like a family fund and possibly sort of private grants from other mathematicians, but we don't really new in nineteen twenty. She collaborated with colleague Verner schmead layer to write concerning modulation in non-communicative fields, particularly in differential and difference. Terms in this publication, really establish like without question nurture as a mathematician at the very top of her field while the start of World War One kept her from travelling to speak at gatherings of mathematicians starting in nineteen twenty. She was often on the road lecturing throughout Germany, and from nineteen twenty to nineteen twenty six nurtures work focused on what's called, the general theory of ideals. No more commonly in modern times as commutative algebra her work during this time United a lot of different mathematical concepts, but this was in terms of her personal life a period of ups and downs for EMI in nineteen twenty one for example, her father. Died. So at this point she was left without both of her father figure mentors in mathematics. And in the middle of all that work as we said, she was given a lectureship specifically algebra in nineteen Twenty-three. Just two years later. He's first student to complete a doctorate under her mentorship. Received her PHD EMMY had mentored another woman, Greta Herman through her thesis process and Herman finished her doctorate in February nineteen twenty five around nineteen twenty four while she was working with Greta Herman, and and lecturing and doing her research nurture was at the center of the sort of interesting walking and talking phenomenon on campus students and scholars alike would take long walks with EMI around the school grounds talking about what else mathematics, and meth theory, and this informal group, which came to be known as nurtures boys, included, Russian scholar. Pablo Alexandrov who was visiting professor from the university of Moscow knitter. And Alexandra became friends, and she was eventually invited to Moscow as a guest lecturer in the nineteen twenty eight twenty nine academe ick year. This was not the only international recognitions. She was receiving during this time though. She also delivered a paper at the international mathematical congress in bologna Italy that was in nineteen twenty eight and then a few years later in one thousand nine hundred eighty two she addressed the same group in Zurich. So in nineteen twenty-seven, nurtures, focus shifted almost exclusively to non-communicative algebra's, and these are eligible as where the order in which the numbers are multiplied affects the outcome and nervous work in this area yielded, a theory that enabled a conceptual unification of all of them. And during her work in this phase of her career, she collaborated with helmet Haas, and Richard brower and published papers, hyper complex, number systems in their representation in nineteen twenty nine in non commutative algebra in nineteen thirty three from nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty three see also. So worked as an editor on the German mathematical annual throughout all of her research, writing and editing. She was also still teaching regularly. But even so she was still employed at a level far below what her colleagues thought she deserves. Yeah. Even as male mathematicians were rising up through the ranks in the gutten gutting in educational system at a rate that really easily outpaced ME they were so hugely influenced by her work that many of them tried to point out how wrong this was and tried to petition for an improved title on her behalf it generally came to not with the greater university system. But in terms of the mathematics world, she was regarded not just as a peer. But as a leader at this point nineteen thirty three would prove to be a pivotal year for nurture, and we're going to talk about it after we paused chat about one of our awesome sponsors who keep our show billing.

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"erlangen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Everyone has experienced heartbreak. And that's why I started the Harper compiled cast. I'm Fallon, I host the heartbroken podcast where real people share real stories of. Heartbreak listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Hello everyone. We have another birthday edition of our Saturday classics today. It is EMMY nurture who was groundbreaking mathematician and was born March twenty third eighteen eighty two we hope you enjoy her mathematical world. Welcome to stuff you missed in history. Class from how stuff works dot com. Welcome to the podcast. I'm calling I'm Tracy will. And today, we're going to talk about a subject that was directly inspired by a listener mail, and we're going to talk in some detail about that listener mail at the end. But just know that it did. And we'll credit the person when we get to the end because it's pretty spectacular. We're going to talk about a really important lady mathematician and her the pronunciation of her name is a matter of some debate here at the office online true. So it's Emily nurture. You'll sometimes also hear it pronounced more like nuture. Well, and then when I looked up at four zero the the one German speaker, pronounces it more like not. Yeah. And I was like we can't say it that way that's not gonna work. So I think we decided we're going to hover right around nurture. That with all our possible respects to EMMY. And I hope we do not offend her ghost. Should it exists or German speakers speakers or people who love math and love her as a figure, so we're just going to jump right into talking about her. Emmy was born on me EMMY nurture on March twenty third eighteen eighty two in Orlando in Germany, and her father max ner was a mathematician. Her mother Ida Amalia Kaufmann was from a very well to do family. And after EMI was born maximum Ida had three sons, although two of them died when they were very young only Emmys brother Fritz survived to adulthood, and as a young child by most accounts. Emmy did not really stand out as a specially gifted. She's a bright child. But nobody was like this is the future of mathematics. She attended the state girls school inner London from eighteen eighty nine to eighteen ninety seven studying the basics of school curriculum. And she also took piano lessons. She learned to speak, French and English, and as she grew into her teen years, she loved dancing, and she was known as a very friendly clever girl when she was eighteen she was certified to teach both French and English and the series of exams that she had to go through to get the certification was pretty strenuous it took four days for her to do this. But instead of settling into a career teaching and girls schools, she decided that she would go to university and study mathematics, and this is a pretty big jump to suddenly make and we don't know why EMMY had this sudden shift in interests her life up to this point had seemed to follow a pretty standard course for a young woman in that period of time in Germany from an intellectual middle class family. You know, she would potentially get married, but if not she had this backup job as a teacher, and none of her personal writing from this time has survived to offer us any clues. Why she suddenly decided that what she really wanted was to pursue a mathematics career. We do that. It wasn't a completely foreign subject to her. Other Fritz was studying mathematics at the time. And her father also entertained other mathematicians in their home from time to time. So she had been around the subject of math her whole life. So while it does seem like quite a shift to go from teaching French and English studying math. It wasn't something that was completely new to her and just the same though, this desire to take university courses was incredibly ambitious so the schooling that girls received at this time in Germany was vastly different. From the way that the boys were educated the goal for girls school was to turn out proper young, ladies or trade workers, depending on the young woman's family background, and they just simply did not receive the kind of educational groundwork. That would make a transition to university. Studies a natural step, regardless of exactly how it was that she arrived at this decision. Emmy went to the university of our Langan to continue her education. But because she was a woman, and it was one thousand nine hundred she couldn't just enroll in classes. She had to get special permission from every instructor of every class, and then she couldn't actually enroll as a regular student. She could only audit the class she had to once again get special permission to actually take the exams from the instructors. Yes. So she really had to jump through every imaginable hoop just to get this math education that she had decided she wanted and in July nineteen three EMMY took the enrollment exam for the university at the Royal gymnasium in Nuernberg, and she passed basically proving at that point that she was even with male classmates despite having missed their educational background after the exam in the summer. And we started odd auditing advanced mathematics courses at the university of good gin. And that started in the winter of nineteen thousand three or four during these winter courses, she learned from teachers who would make incredible contributions in the world of mathematics Hermann Minkowski, for example, develop the geometry of numbers he can. Commuted to number theory any worked on relativity influencing his famous student, Albert, Einstein David Hilbert and other of her instructors set the foundations for functional analysis Felix Klein, influenced the development of mathematics is it related to representing the properties of space and spatial relations through geometry. So she was learning from serious heavy hitters, but in nineteen four she went back to the university of our long because the school had started actually accepting women as for real legitimate students on October twenty fourth nineteen Eighty-four. She was officially enrolled as student number four eighty six and she was the only woman student in a field of forty seven Emmys mentor during this time was Paul Gordon who was a friend of her father's as well. As an influential mathematician in his own, right? An EMMY known him since she was just a child he was very close with her family, and he is often described as sort of a second father figure to her. He was however in terms of personality a stark contrast. Next to her father, max air nurture was gentle and warm. He was passionate about his work. But he is described as sort of having this overlying sense of calm about him. Gordon, who is nicknamed the king of in various theory was unlike maximum or dramatic figure he was impulsive he was expressive and very unbridled ways he was given to wild distillation while he was talking which I can identify with EMI was the only doctorate student that that he ever mentor it and she was really devoted to him. She kept a photo of him on her wall for the rest of her life. And it's interesting when people describe Emmys behavior, she is sometimes described as having traits that are in some ways more similar to Paul Gordon than her father like she too was given to serious justification and kind of would make messes and be very dramatic and very excited, and so passionate that she would kind of lose yourself. But she. Received her PHD in mathematics from Erlangen after several years as Gordon's protege. And her thesis was a dissertation on algebraic in variance, which she successfully defended on December thirteenth of nineteen o seven choose given her degree, summa cum laude on July second of the following year. This timing is really significant because co Ed classes were not a thing in Germany until nineteen o eight the year after she successfully defended her thesis any woman who had gone through the education system prior to that had like EMMY had to get special permission was not granted equal student status. Yeah. Just for clarity. We mentioned that she returned to London because they were doing it. But in terms of Germany wide, women were still not considered equal until that year after she defended her thesis, and in one thousand nine hundred eight EMMY attended the international mathematical congress in Rome Italy, and she attended that along with her father shoes at this point, still young woman and relatively. Zone, despite sort of making this name for herself as an unusual figure being a woman in a very male dominated field. So it seems that during this particular conference she really kept a fairly low profile after miss nurture received her PHD, she continued her research work at their Langen. Although she wasn't paid for any of this work. She assisted her father and his research, and then she was invited in one thousand nine hundred eight to join the Toco mathematical in Italy, and then in nineteen o nine the German mathematical union Emmys, I sort of professional lecture was in nineteen oh nine at the Salzburg meeting of the German mathematical union, she lectured at the Vienna chapter of the group several years later in nineteen thirteen and not long after that. She also started guest lecturing for her father as a substitute and during this same period. Although as we said, we don't have writings from her. So we don't really know how this impacted her. But surely, it did Emmys mentor Paul Gordon died in nineteen twelve. So just as her career was. Taking off. So next up. We're going to talk about a significant move and Emmys life, but before that, let's have a word from one of our awesome sponsors keep the lights on here in our studio that sounds grand. Everyone has experienced heartbreak. I'm Fallon in on heartbroken podcast. You'll hear real stories from real men and women discussing their heartbreak we cover so many topics the central focus still being relationships, but occasional episodes feature other forms of heartbreak like the loss of a child or a partner or an abusive relationship. Hopefully, when you listen if you've gone through heartbreaker are going through heartbreak, you feel less alone. You can listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. So

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"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week at this time, we get together for looking at hedge funds and asset management Peggy hedge fund macro managers finally think it's their year. John doe. And with us to tell us more about why these macro managers think twenty nineteen is there year is Cathy Burton hedge fund reporter extraordinaire in the New York studio, Kathy. What our macro manager saying they think is going to be what is the macro manager for me. It's slow for me. Peggy good point good point, Kathy. Can you explain to John what? I can take John a macro manager is someone who makes bets on macro, economic trends. So things like whether the dollar is going to rise or fall, or whether stocks largely are gonna rise and fall or where interest rates are going to go. Look the macro environment. Maybe. They think big not small. Okay. I get it now. Please proceed with your next. Thank you, John Kathy. So tell us what did these macro manager? See as good opportunities that they're betting on for twenty nineteen. Well, first off we'll say that this we could make a little fun of the macro managers because probably most of the last decade they've been saying every year at the start of every year. This is going to be our year. And they haven't really made today. We've been saying. And they haven't really made money consistently since the financial crisis two thousand eight was a fantastic year for them because there was a lot of. Volatility and since then it's been a lot harder. But people seem to agree that this year, they really might be able to make money because volatility has picked up we saw that a little bit last year some old hands macro managers like Paul Tudor Jones and Alan Howard who had struggled actually did very well last year. And so people say, okay, volatility's going to continue not all markets are gonna go in the same direction. And so maybe they'll be able to make money. Okay. Let's let's start with that. Not all markets are going to go in the same direction because you know, we'll start off with the interest rate environment in the US. We did have that meeting recently where he gets a maybe a little clarity from the fed share. There's the European Central Bank. There's Brexit happening in in the UK so on balance. What does that environment looked like for investors? Well last year, it was all about the US US dollar was strong. US currency outperformed almost everyone and this year, they're saying look growth is slowing down. Well, we've just heard from the fed they're not gonna be raising rates. So that's bad for the dollar. Maybe not maybe not. And so it looks like there's gonna be some other currencies that are going to do better than the dollar particularly people are saying in emerging markets. I've been hearing a lot of that from different sources about emerging markets. So where are they betting in emerging markets? Do you know yet Kathy one place that people have spoken to us? About is Turkey Turkey had a lot of Paul. I mean to levels we haven't seen in quite a while if ever I mean, it's it has has not been the greatest environment with Mr. Erlangen charge there. No. But there are very determined to keep interest rates high to cut inflation. So people are thinking of central Bank there, Mr. the central Bank there. So that the currency will be supported and should do. Well, maybe to thinking is just good couldn't have gotten much worse. There were off the worst levels in Turkey. I suppose another thing you have in your story this week Cathy about the bets is around European carbon credits. What are those? And why are they looking good? Yes. That was actually the best commodity trade last year, and some managers think that that's going to continue into this year. How that works. Peggy is that companies by the ability to pollute. The ability to pollute right? And those are our credits they're called carbon credits carbon emission credits. And so. They when they were first introduced the European Union price them too low. So people were like, oh, yeah, we can afford to do. So now, they're trying to cut the supply of those carbon credits. So they become more expensive. And then eventually people will say, oh, this is too expensive. We can't use coal anymore. We're going to use natural gas or something that's cleaner. Okay. So while they're also betting on a slowdown in the United States for Europe things. The bet there looks like things are going to pick pick up in Europe. As far as the macro managers are concerned this year. Well, macro managers are looking at a lot of corporate debt there and betting that some of that debt is gonna fall in Europe. And also in some companies in the US. Because the environment for corporate credit is a lot less favorable than it was last year. Okay. Let's move to Asia for for Japan. What's the vet their people are very positive entre pan last year? The yen was the only currency or one of the only currencies that did better than the dollar that was stronger than the dollar and this year, they think that stocks will also go up there's a number of things happening Japan that will focus people on the economy there including the rugby World Cup. Ooh. So a lot of people. In Japan, and even. Economy. They me has been picking up. It has been doing better. What about China? Are there? Any macro manager's making bet on China, given all the uncertainty around the trade wars. There are some people have said that they think that the trade war is going to be resolved. And that it's actually good time to buy Chinese equities because they think that there is some QE going on in China. And if the trade war stuff is off the table that will help the Chinese companies. I mentioned breaks before what what is the specific view on the UK this year for macro managers. Brexit has been kind of difficult one to call and people have been for the most part unwilling to make good. I'm so sick of hearing about. I think Theresa May must be the most tired person in. Okay. And we call copper, Dr copper because it's the only commodity we say that has a PHD in economics. What's the ban on copper for micro managers? People are saying if things in China pickup, copper will also go up because as you say you need to build things pro copper. Kathy. Thank you so much for your great story this week on macro managers potentially finally doing well this year, thanks so much. Peggy. That's Cathy Burton Bloomberg news reporter in New York and coming up on blooberg, finance, let's size that.

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"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He once again every week at this time, we get together for looking in a hedge funds, and as it management. Peggy a hedge fund macro managers finally think it's their year, finance, John Doe. And with us to tell us more about why these macro managers think twenty nine thousand nine is there year is Cathy Burton hedge fund reporter extraordinaire in the New York studio, Kathy. What our macro manager saying they think is going to be what is the macro manager for me. It's slow for me. Peggy good point good point, Kathy. Can you explain to John what a background? Beg your can take John a macro manager is someone who makes bets on macro, economic trends. So things like whether the dollar is going to rise or fall, or whether stocks largely are going to rise and fall, or where interest rates are going to go the macro environment. Maybe. Exactly. Think big not small. Okay. I get it. Now. Please proceed next week. Thank you, John Kathy. So tell us what did macaroni manager see as good opportunities that they're betting on for twenty nine thousand nine. Well, first off we'll say that this we could make a little fun of the macro managers because probably most of the last decade they've been saying every year at the start of every year. This is going to be our year. And they haven't really made. We've been saying this. And they haven't really made money consistently since the financial crisis two thousand eight is a fantastic year for them because there was a lot of volatility, and since then it's been a lot harder. But people seem to agree that this year, they really might be able to make money because volatility really has picked up we saw that a little bit last year some old hands macro managers like Paul Tudor Jones and Alan Howard who had struggled actually did very well last year. And so people say, okay, volatility's going to continue not all markets are going to go in the same direction. And so maybe they'll be able to make money. Okay. Let's let's start with that. Not all markets are going to go in the same direction because you know, we'll start off with the interest rate environment in the US. We did have fed meeting recently where he gets a maybe a little clarity from the fed share of the European Central Bank. There's Brexit happening in in the UK so unbalanced. What does that environment looked like for investors? Well last year, it was all about the US US dollar was strong US currency outperformed almost everyone and this year, they're saying look growth is slowing down. Well, we've just heard from the fed they're not gonna be raising rates. So that's bad for the dollar. Maybe not maybe not. And so it looks like there's gonna be some other currencies that are going to do better than the dollar particularly people are saying in emerging markets. I've been hearing a lot of that from different sources about emerging markets. So where are they betting in emerging markets? Do you know yet Kathy one place that people have spoken to us? About is Turkey Turkey had a lot of volatility. Can to levels. We haven't seen in quite a while if ever I mean, it's has has not been the greatest environment with Mr. Erlangen charge there. No. But there are very determined to keep interest rates high to cut inflation. So people are thinking of central Bank there, Mr. the central Bank there. So that the currency will be supported and should do. Well, maybe the thinking is good couldn't have gotten much worse. We're off the worst levels in Turkey. I suppose another thing you have in your story this week Cathy about the bets is around European carbon credits. What are those? And why are they looking good? Yes. That was actually the best commodity trade last year, and some managers think that that's going to continue into this year. How that works. Peggy is that companies by the ability to pollute. The ability to pollute right? And those are our credits they're called carbon credits carbon emission credits. And so. They when they were first introduced the European Union price them too low. So people were like, oh, yeah, we can afford to do. So now, they're trying to cut the supply of this carbon credits. So they become more expensive. And then eventually people will say, oh, this is too expensive. We can't use coal anymore. We're going to use natural gas or something that's cleaner. Okay. So while they're also betting on a slowdown in the United States for Europe things there looks like things are gonna pick pick up in Europe. As far as the macro managers are concerned this year. Well, macaroni managers are looking at a lot of corporate debt there and betting that some of that debt is gonna fall in Europe. And also in some companies in the US. Because the environment for corporate credit is a lot less favorable than it was last year. Okay. Let's move to Asia for for Japan. What's the bet there? People are very positive on Japan last year. The yen was the only currency or one of the only currencies that did better than the dollar that was stronger than the dollar and this year, they think that stocks will also go up there's a number of things happening in Japan that will focus people on the economy there including the rugby World Cup. Ooh. So a lot of people. In Japan and Hakka even. Economy. They kinda me has been picking up. It has been doing better. What about China are there? Any macro manager's making a bet on China, given all the uncertainty around the trade wars. There are some people have said that they think that the trade war is going to be resolved. And that it's actually a good time to buy Chinese equities because they think that there is some QE going on in China. And if the trade war stuff is off the table that will help the Chinese companies mentioned Brexit before what what is the specific view on the UK this year for macro managers. Brexit has been kind of difficult one to call and people have been for the most part unwilling to make. Good. I'm so sick of hearing about. I think Theresa May must be the most tired person in the nerves. Okay. And we call copper, Dr copper because it's the only commodity we say that has a PHD in economics. What's the copper for micro managers? People are saying if things in China pickup, copper will also go up. Because as you say, you need copper to build things pro copper? Kathy. Thank you so much for your great story this week on macro managers potentially finally doing well this year. Thanks so much Peggy best. Cathy, Burton Bloomberg news reporter in New York and coming up on Bloomberg finance. Let's super size that retirement.

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"erlangen" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"erlangen" Discussed on The CyberWire

"In a spoofing, India, free space and spoofing on the road navigating system is that on the road we have much more constrained. So there's certain things you cannot do. For example, if you. Just spoofer GPS randomly, you can easily critter out that instruct to the car to turn riots where there's no rights are at that moment. So you can easily create physically impossible routes, which is not a problem in the free space. Right? So if you're out on the ocean or or in the sky, there's no points of reference to indicate that maybe you're that something's wrong with the directions that you're getting and you can turn anywhere. That's correct. Right. All right. So let's dig in here. What were you setting out to do here with the research? Walk us through it. It's pretty complicated and clever stuff. So in order to understand how physical it is to manipulate a road inevitably system, we actually take multiple steps to enter stand problem. Basically, step-by-step I in the beginning, so we came out, we this idea of how can we manipulate the navigation without even alerting users. I think you've of Eric cookies amp. Well here. So if you want to randomly spoof edgy PS location, I am by setting the current devices, a location to a random place that cause problems because as said, this can easily critter route that does not match what user sees. So for example, when the users in car a looking at a completely straight road and the fake route you created using the spoofing techniques mud has a right turn rotting front of her. And if that right, turning structure is triggered than the user get immediately alerted the say, hey, what I see is not the same with what is l. Astrit on a map, the must be something going wrong. So instead we design a search algorithm to search the map overlay or map network and try to find a fake around that matches with what user sees in the physical world. So for example, the result is. That even when users driving on the main street, he thought it was driving on the eighth avenue because when there's instruction to ask him to to rights, there's exactly a writer, a witting there on the on the me straight. So that's sort of the high level idea of it. So one of the things that it's relying on the fact that someone would likely not be very familiar with the area in which they're driving, so they might not be cross-checking street names and things like that. That's correct. So the searching algorithm will be able to find a road that match the shape of the fake road, which means the writer mentions rights run and there's a highway and hopefully there's another highway we can match against it, but there's certain things we cannot imagine. For example, if the real road has gas station nearby, but all the MAB, the alternative fake row does not have gas station that could be a potential signal to give this attack away. So use your mind, build a see. It's so the reason won't based on testing shows that user are not easy to detect. This is exactly because what you're said when people driving using GPS, they're typically driving in an familiar areas. For example, if you commute from home to work is actually pretty common for you to ignore the DP. S just choose the router. You're already familiar with. However, if you travel in. City that never been before, and you actually heavily rely on the navigation to navigate your destination again because you are not familiar with area, Erlangen GPS. So at that moment, rarely can use her have enough attention span to cross chat, whatever all the road on the map. So because everything happens in real time, you have to watch out the traffic. And usually the only thing you can focus on is whether the GPS Joe tell you deter right or not. And because of that is actually hard to spot while impractical snarls and I suppose this is something that people aren't really prime to look out for. I think in general, we trust the GPS is going to be reliable. That's cracked. If there's some familiarity on the road and you could spend Atra time to chat whether the rotor sign matches what is Sean map Ashley. Risk could be significantly reduced now, take us through what exactly did you do in the physical real world to be able to spoof the GPS signal? So this is actually one of the thumb part of this project. You know, although we sorta described how the our them awards, Samaria thing is still in the simulation stage. So a Mike labradors I think about taking this to the next level. So we try to understand ladder. This is actually physically possible. So the way we do it is to build a very low cost portable spoofer. So the spur actually in total just cost two hundred dollars added include a software defined radio, which is the main device to generates the fake GPS signal and we have a respirate pie, which is kind of that you can think of that as a mini computer that we can program an remote control through the seller network. And then there's a portable. Power, which is really small, can hold the portable device for several hours or even days end. There's a Tanna try to control the power all the signal based on our need. So in total, all those kind of divisive put together. 'cause exactly two hundred twenty three dollars. Everything is widely available line and nothing's restricted and all the software and hardware is actually all open source projects. So this basically means anyone can build a perfect this, and it's small to this is the kind of thing. Theoretically, you could see someone be able to, you know, in a in a JAMES BOND kind away stick this to the inside wheel well of a car, something like that. Yeah. So we actually try to use some kind of a standard object to illustrate how biggest. So what we did is we put a pen beside a bit, and Ashley looks like xactly like the size of pan, of course, is. Square-shaped. So this is something you can really pushing her pocket if you want. So take us through you. You successfully takeover the GPS signal, you convince the GPS receiver that you are the satellite constellation. Then what happens? So before I talk about that part, I want to say that it actually takes us some efforts to receive the provable to do this TOPIX permits actually in the US there's a very strict restrictions from performing any kind of spoofing experiments in the outdoor space, so actually have to rely on some of the collaborators outside a US to perform the actual experiments. So once we start the spoofer spoofer can slowly increase the signal strength. So that from the GPS device point of view, there's a model sources enders one source house Lally different power, and their default setting is basically fall back to some higher power. Devices. So once our devices take over the law of the targeted UPS device now, we actually can set offer GPS locations for that device. For example, we want the targeted smartphone to be said on time square out. We can do that by changing the parameters in our spoofer. So the signal will tell the GPS device that, hey, you're in the Times Square. So then once we can control their GPS signals, and the next thing is basically careful into the algorithm to generate the fake depend signal so that we can trigger the navigation system to generate a fake route. And what happened is that the driver potentially would follow the step-by-step navigation triggered by the fifty pm signal at all the way driving to the wrong destination compared to his original one. So as a tanker, you might also can set out a predefined location to say, hey, I want to strive to drive to that particular location. This is highly visible given our expert results. Now, do you need to know their originally intended destination for two in order for this to work, or does it just make it easier or harder if you don't have that? So few know the exactly. Nation than the target driver wanted to drive to. They'll make of attack a much easier to be more precise. It is easier for us to carefully control the best signal so that there's a precise turn by turn navigating triggered at the right time. So if you don't know that exact location, there's actually a trade off here. So for example, if you know some Roth destination or rough trap point that this victim will bypass for sure you can still around this algorithm, but the trade offs that the algorithm will be fact if in before the victim arrived at check Marco, the rough location, that thoughts, if after that victim bypass that check

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"erlangen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Light used in the pint-sized accelerator a big red emergency. Shutoff button attached to a shelf suggests this is not to trifle with Peter Hummel Hof of the university, of Erlangen in Germany says one of the big challenges is to, keep the electrons in the accelerator traveling where you want them to channel is very. Narrow, so, you have to generate a very very narrow electron beam that he can send through the channel graduate student Dylan black describes. The challenge this way it's a little like threading an. Invisible needle right now the accelerator they're building is considerably bigger than a, shoebox with lasers and lenses and pumps scattered around benches in the lab it takes up a fair amount of. Space but this is just a prototype on. A monitor screen black points to a bright circle of light that there is a picture of what the electron beam, would look like, if you were to put your eye right in front of the beam not recommend don't do, that wasn't planning on it and there's always. That big red emergency cut off but should I forget optimistically any practical applications for the laser Robert, Byron has colleagues are developing is five to ten years off. But buyer is convinced smaller acceler The raiders will become a reality his isn't the only lab working on the idea. And besides he points out that a lot, has changed since the first laser came on the scene, early on lasers were big and they took all the power and you're building but operate them they got more and. More efficient and all of a sudden lasers then became everywhere buyer says, even new mobile phones have lasers in them the, day of the tabletop accelerator is coming he says, as the lab tour was wrapping up Don black asked me, if I would like to shut off everything by pushing the big, red emergency shut off but wow Can I That's it Okay Joe palca NPR news, Palo. Alto California that. Was great. Thank you. Hi points.

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"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now when it comes to job creation we have to distinguish the enormous job creation as you come out of recession which is what we're seeing in europe now so low you might look at european country now and say oh spain's do they because of creating jobs smoke clear that it's long term demento job creation response doing technology and and and the growth of the economy it might just be distract job creation coming out of recession in terms of muggy if we look worldwide energy in countries as well china still being the most successful in creating more productive jobs in urban location you know through a huge city grows compared with the destruction of jobs which has taken pay mainly got cha that let's see that's too big a success story in terms of joe catering destruction you you destroy unproductive judge you create productive jobs in the cities and continuing there is scope for india is following along those lines against very well now if we look at the richard countries industrial countries european countries have successfully mainly it's gonna be navy seemed job creation by doing a lot of public support which with money that is coming from taxation so they have very high taxes seven plus which then creating jobs which is not the model that the united states will pretend you would choose to follow series thank you so much so nobel laureate of the london school of economics with a little bit of the game theory the art of strategy is professor dixit would call it that we may see him out of nato i'm looking at finally got the feet and pin that you have and the spectacular playing the nato headquarters and a spectacular solo up by the president front and center but i guess i guess i would color it is a rigid president front and center i don't how did you interpret that i'm looking at the band playing in under the sort of the tent set up for the the nato meeting and now they're all like walking to the meeting actually the meeting room where there'd be having the conversation it will be interesting to see for those of you just joining us across replacing russell's across canada yes this is in brussels and the new slow is essentially ben were watching fox and that news and there's a few other stories percolating other turkey adjusting to a new government of mr erlangen turkey with weaker turkish lira out to four point seven nine that's a big deal to be honest and then last night late in the evening tariffs a new round of terrorists proposed by the trump administration on china and then that was pushed asunder.

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"erlangen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's the music from a pair of producers one based in stockholm the other in berlin and record called negative chambers ear elisar gloveman is the berlin based producer matz erlangen is the the one based in stockholm and their collaboration has yielded a number of interesting electro acoustic works including that piece called format and formalize desire on this edition of the program we're hearing some electro acoustic works in the moment the irish composer roger doyle has been a pioneer of this sort of thing for a couple of decades over in ireland also the mysterious masked composer known as lambert and lots more i'm john shafer and you're listening to new sounds on the third of july brian lehrer show a ruined take your calls on the american flag when somebody burnt the flag that i put up on the fence or is it more like this so when i walk into certain neighborhoods if i saw like a blue lives matter american flag that's definitely a signal of a block i really don't wanna live if there's like three american flags your calls on the flag and you on the brian lehrer show at ten am on wnyc wnyc supporters include nyu screwball presenting their new season of unconventional multidisciplinary works including the north american premiere of yon fabrice mount olympus an elevator repair services production of gaunt's tickets at nyu screwball.

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"erlangen" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Regimen or tdf ftc with boosted at zana beer among hiv infected women and their infants in the united states although power was limited for some comparisons prenatal correction of x linked hypo hid roddick echo dermal displeasure by home schneider from the university of erlangen nuremberg airline in germany genetic deficiency of echo displays in a eda causes x linked hypo hid roddick echo dermal displeasure in which the development of sweat glands is irreversibly impaired a condition that can lead to life threatening hyperthermia these investigators observed normal development of mouse fetuses with eda mutations after they had been exposed in utero to a recombinant protein that includes the receptor binding domain of eda the investigators administered this protein intra amniotic ly two two affected human twins at station weeks twenty six and thirty one and to a single affected human fetus at station week twentysix the infant's born in week thirty three twins and week thirty nine singleton were able to sweat normally and x linked hypo hid roddick echoed ermal displeasure related illness had not developed by fourteen to twenty two months of age in an editorial mario makola from the university of helsinki writes that taken together and despite the small number of treated patients the results described by schneider and colleagues are remarkable end encouraging particularly because fetuses with excellent hypo hid roddick echo dermal dysplasia can be identified through routine ultrasonographic prenatal screening this study paves the way for a larger trial of this novel approach to the correction of excellent hype.

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"erlangen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Force what you still when york found choice you don't like to get at that's komo's exactly ios on new york's corner those los angeles route yeah dumont's angeles is blessed angels is coming on as a city by the way i milo loyalties to boston you must hate when i started grail in in the beginning of the decade it was really hard to get young people to move out here and now it's easy everyone everybody we know from new york la now realize it's eighty degrees all the time but you can still wear a hoodie yeah it's like like oh i'm in there like every uber is two dollars i could ask me here i need more cyrus la's going to get both you at some point oh definitely it's going to be great i can't wait wait till we doing this are coming with sandals and my shows my total show and i don't even anymore don't even did you see the the latest cricket match hey hey bill they make their on day two scores antidote hundred four i brought this stuff from erlangen it's really good for you it's a vegan antler steeler shots out here in la i could i could see us out here quick break to talk about me undies i wear me undies everyday to the point that my family actually makes fun of me i have no other underwear i really don't made from the softest materials on earth three times softer than con me and these are the most comfortable and fun undies union significant other will ever own ladies they come in and tons of different colors and styles including salads lays boy short bikini thong something for everyone every occasion fellas the diamond seen patch gives her stuff the support it needs without feeling too tight meoni's associate your love their underwear they offer a one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee if you don't love your first pair get a full refund right now my listeners get twenty percent off their first pair plus free shipping.

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"erlangen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Force what you still when york found choice you don't like to get at that's komo's exactly ios on new york's corner those los angeles route yeah dumont's angeles is blessed angels is coming on as a city by the way i milo loyalties to boston you must hate when i started grail in in the beginning of the decade it was really hard to get young people to move out here and now it's easy everyone everybody we know from new york la now realize it's eighty degrees all the time but you can still wear a hoodie yeah it's like like oh i'm in there like every uber is two dollars i could ask me here i need more cyrus la's going to get both you at some point oh definitely it's going to be great i can't wait wait till we doing this are coming with sandals and my shows my total show and i don't even anymore don't even did you see the the latest cricket match hey hey bill they make their on day two scores antidote hundred four i brought this stuff from erlangen it's really good for you it's a vegan antler steeler shots out here in la i could i could see us out here quick break to talk about me undies i wear me undies everyday to the point that my family actually makes fun of me i have no other underwear i really don't made from the softest materials on earth three times softer than con me and these are the most comfortable and fun undies union significant other will ever own ladies they come in and tons of different colors and styles including salads lays boy short bikini thong something for everyone every occasion fellas the diamond seen patch gives her stuff the support it needs without feeling too tight meoni's associate your love their underwear they offer a one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee if you don't love your first pair get a full refund right now my listeners get twenty percent off their first pair plus free shipping.

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"erlangen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Gutter gymnast sounded like contest next hour the former louisville coach rick pitino in sixty seconds that stat of the day play of the day what's lot of baseball yesterday randall shambley jonas from gusta doug gottlieb will stop by we'll check in with the cleveland browns based on our interview with johnny manziel yesterday erlangen on of recognition publicity with that some of those quotes which johnny mandel and was he putting blame on the browns they should have known what they were getting so i wanted to talk to mary kay cabin who covers the browns how did this go over with the cleveland browns yesterday and also what are the browns doing at the top of the draft sam darnold came in for his pro day so we'll check in with the cleveland browns a little bit later on he's rick pitino former louisville head coach joining us continental tire coaches corner coach good morning thanks for joining us let's get the possible headline out of the way and that is where you offered the rhode island job no i was not was your agent in any way did you have discussions with rhode island you know i have never talked to yes letting director i have never talked to the president at rhode island i think because i coached in nineteen eighty seven providence college and because i've had great memories and obviously i love to stay very much i think my name was brought up but no i i don't believe there's been any negotiation whatsoever with with university rhode island.

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"erlangen" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"erlangen" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"At twelve months freedom from seizures occurred in seventy seven percent of patients in the surgery group and in seven percent of those in the medical therapy group between group differences in the change from baseline to twelve months significantly favoured surgery with respect to the score on the hague seizure severity scale difference nineteen point four on the child behavior checklist difference thirteen point one on the pediatric quality of life inventory difference twenty one point nine and on the vineland social maturity scale difference four point seven but not on the banana camet it intelligence quotient difference two point five serious adverse events occurred in thirty three percent of patients in the surgery group including hemi paris's in twenty six percent in a single centre trial children and adolescents with drug resistant epilepsy who had undergone epilepsy surgery had a significantly higher rate of freedom from seizures and better scores with respect to behavior and quality of life then did those who continued medical therapy alone at twelve months surgery resulted in anticipated neurologic deficits related to the region of brain reception histopathological findings in brain tissue obtained during epilepsy surgery by ingmar bloom care from the university hospital erlangen germany detailed neuropathological information on the structural brain lesions underlying seizures is valuable for understanding drugresistant focal epilepsy examination of approximately ten thousand specimens of detained during surgery for intractable seizures in children and adults in europe over twenty five years resulted in thirty six distinct diagnoses in seven categories the onset of seizures occurred before eighteen years of age in seventy five point nine percent of patients overall and seventy two point five percent of the patients underwent surgery as adults.

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