18 Burst results for "Eve Lucien"
"eve lucien" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Idea is to try and create a chrome os alike experience using a cut down a boon to and five Fox is interesting I've considered this in the past and full. What would stop someone making a lightweight Lennox distribution that basically into the most minimal desktop possible and sparked up a web browser and then use whatever tools like next guy out on another machine or whatever password synchronization tools where your self hosting to give you a google, less chrome os like experience on A. On a modern laptop I thought great idea. Yeah. It's not the first time. I mean, there's things like, is it gallium West, which I think aims to do something similar I think that may even use chromium as as the browser. There are similar things but I like the fact that it's Rudra Saraswat who recently created the unity remix and the into edge you. remix fill at. They might be spreading themselves a little bit thin creating a third distribution, but nevertheless, this one's very interesting. I love the concept and the idea. There is no image yet. This is in the works So I'll be interested to see how it develops and having play with it. It'd be interesting to see what you can. You can put together with I mean effectively, that's what chrome. Os is initially was a bunch of Lennox Tools and Utilities Plaza, Web Browser, and normal more and songs. You've got the necessary stuff to control network and sound, and you know the indicators and stuff like that. Then you should be good to go. I was experimenting with the very, very earliest crime. Oh, S build scripts when it was brand brand new and it was based on fire Fox Fire Fox with the revised Ui before. Chrome chromium. Even even we're a twinkling Google's by next up thunderbird seventy, eight out hosting a much higher version. It show. So I just checked my thunderbird version and its version sixty eight, and this is version seventy eight and they're saying this isn't an upgrade you have to download and install it separately Why they? There's no migration, they said that you won't get an in-app. A notification to upgrade presumably use it links tunnel package repository than a then you will. But yeah, they've said the going to get any notification to upgrade and also something like a at the beginning nick male extension for. Encryption. They said that you should use thunderbirds, I seventy eight rely on that for now, but they've is. On the flip side to seventy eight. PG peaceable, openly do peaceable. So you cannot flicker switch and then more easily do encrypted email without him to add plug INS and. Yes into. Nick Mile isn't necessarily going forward. Yeah. If you already have your configured for your stuff, then you're not just going to want to switch straight over. The. Calendar integration as well. I always see people mentioned thunderbird and lightning, very, very frightening. I never. I've never seen. I've never seen this lightning ever. I don't think I've ever tried to install it. So I didn't really know what it does. Yeah. The killer feature as far as I'm concerned me. Yeah. The the calendar integration I mean is a calendar. But when you hook it up to your online accounts that do calendars and all the rest of it turns thunderbird into a very capable Abou- Klein into a fully integrated. So personal information manager outlook alike, like evolution does already. Yes. Falsely switched up into multi to Eve Lucien because I feel it. Does it better. But prior to that point, I was shipping lightning alongside thunderbird in to in order to solve complete that productivity suite. It's very good..
"eve lucien" Discussed on YosiWS - Ubuntu
"There is yet another to remix in the works This one is simply cooled up into web remix and at the idea is to try and create a chrome os alike experience using a cut down a boon to and five Fox is interesting I've considered this in the past and full. What would stop someone making a lightweight Lennox distribution that basically into the most minimal desktop possible and sparked up a web browser, and then use whatever tools like next guy out on another machine or whatever password synchronization tools where your self hosting to give you a google, less chrome os like experience on A. On a modern laptop I thought great idea. Yeah. It's not the first time. I. Mean. There's things like, is it gallium West which I think aims to do something similar. I think that may even use chromium as as the browser. Similar, things but I like the fact that it's Rudra Saraswat who recently created the unity remix and the into edge you. remix fill at. They might be spreading themselves a little bit thin creating a third distribution, but nevertheless, very interesting. I love the concept and the idea. There is no image yet. This is in the works So I'll be interested to see how it develops and having play with it. It'd be interesting to see what you can. You can put together with a stand I, mean, effectively, that's what chrome. Os is initially was a bunch of Lennox Tools and Utilities Plaza web browser and normal more and songs. You've got the necessary stuff to control network and sound, and you know the indicators and stuff like that. Then you should be good to go. I was experimenting with the very, very earliest crime. Oh, S build scripts when it was brand brand new and it was based on fire Fox Fire Fox with a revised before. Chrome, and chromium, even even we're a twinkling Google cy next up thunderbird seventy eight out hosting a much higher version number show. So I just checked my thunderbird version and its version sixty eight, and this is version seventy eight, and they're saying this isn't an upgrade you have to download and install it separately Y They know migration, they said that you won't get an in-app. A notification to upgrade presumably use it links tunnel package repository than a then you will. But yeah, they've said the going to get any notification to upgrade and also something like a at the beginning Nick male extension for? Encryption. They said that you should use thunderbirds, I seventy eight rely on that for now, but they've is. On the flip side to seventy eight. PG peaceable openly do peaceful. So you cannot flicker switch and then more easily do encrypted email without him to add plug, INS and. Yes. Nick Mile isn't necessarily going forward. Yeah. If you already have your configured for your stuff, then you're not just going to want to switch straight over also the. Calendar integration as well. I, always see people mentioned thunderbird and lightning, very, very frightening. I. Never. I've never seen. I've never seen this lightning. I don't think I've ever tried to install it. I didn't really know what it does. Yeah. The killer feature as far as I'm concerned me. Yeah. The the calendar integration I mean is a calendar. But when you hook it up to your online accounts that do calendars and all the rest of it turns thunderbird into a very capable Abou- Klein into a fully integrated. So personal information manager outlook alike, like evolution does already. Yes. Falsely. Switched up into multi to Eve Lucien because I feel it. Does it better. But prior to that point, I was shipping lightning alongside thunderbird in to in order to solve complete that productivity suite. It's very good..
"eve lucien" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Idea is to try and create a chrome os alike experience using a cut down a boon to and five Fox is interesting I've considered this in the past and full. What would stop someone making a lightweight Lennox distribution that basically into the most minimal desktop possible and sparked up a web browser and then use whatever tools like next guy out on another machine or whatever password synchronization tools where your self hosting to give you a google less chrome os like experience on A. On a modern laptop thought great idea. Yeah. It's not the first time I. mean there's things like, is it gallium os which I think aims to do something similar I think that may even use chromium as as the browser. There are similar things but I like the fact that it's Rudra Saraswat who recently created the unity remix and the into edge you remix fill at they might be spreading themselves a little bit thin creating a third distribution, but nevertheless, this one's very interesting. I love the concept and the idea. There is no image yet. This is in the works So I'll be interested to see how it develops and having play with it. It'd be interesting to see what you can. You can put together with I, mean effectively that's what chrome Os is initially was a bunch of Lennox Tools and Utilities Plaza web browser and normal more and songs. You've got the necessary stuff to control network and sound and you know the indicators and stuff like that. Then you should be good to go I was experimenting with the very very earliest crime oh, s build scripts when it was brand brand new and it was based on fire Fox Fire Fox with a revised Ui before. Chrome chromium even even we're a twinkling Google's by next up thunderbird seventy eight out hosting a much higher version number issue. So I just checked my thunderbird version and its version sixty eight, and this is version seventy eight and they're saying this isn't an upgrade you have to download and install it separately Why they, there's no migration they said that you won't get an in-app a notification to upgrade presumably use it links tunnel package repository than a then you will. But yeah, they've said the going to get any notification to upgrade and also something like a at the beginning Nick male extension for Encryption. They said that you should use thunderbirds I, seventy eight rely on that for now but they've is. On the flip side to seventy eight, they valid PG, peaceable openly do peaceful. So you cannot flicker switch and then more easily do encrypted email without him to add plug INS and. Yes. Into Nick. Mile. Isn't necessarily going forward? Yeah. If you already have your configured for your stuff, then you're not just going to want to. Switch straight over also the. Calendar integration as well. I always see people mentioned thunderbird and lightning very, very frightening. I never. I've never seen. I've never seen this lightning I've I. Don't think I've ever tried to install it i. didn't really know what it does. Yeah. The killer feature as far as I'm concerned me yeah. The the calendar integration I mean is a calendar but when you hook it up to your online accounts that do calendars and all the rest of it turns thunderbird into a very capable Abou- Klein into a fully integrated. So personal information manager outlook alike, like evolution does already. Yes. Falsely switched up into multi to Eve Lucien, because I feel it. Does it better but prior to that point, I was shipping lightning alongside thunderbird in to in order to solve complete that productivity suite it's very good..
Can You Have Your Carbs and Eat Them Too?
"Truth is cops crucial to optimum health and today I want to delve right in and explain exactly why this is in the hope that you'll never affair a slice of bread or bowl of pasta again said joining me to explain the truth about cops is registered Dietitian Hala El Shafie who specializes in eating disorders amp bariatric surgery. Hello Hala Hello Raymond how are you I'm very well I think the topic guide to discuss today is so so typical of the questions that you and I as registered help fresheners you as a registered Dietitian registered nutritionist. Get every single day by the two star if we thought we've cobs were as they are said to be in the media so-called of weight gain then surely we should see everybody on a cop diets lose more weight than those on higher moderate carb diets but that's not the case as it it's not the case I mean there's so many misconceptions about nutrition as a whole and uh hydrates are of no exception in fact actually it's it's it's really of the scale actually and there are so many misconceptions and it's actually very concerned because it's now got to the point where it's actually dangerous and we are seeing issues and I'm sure you'll sing issues in your clinic with people who have literally taken a whole foods great without understanding the importance of you know ensuring that you have the right types of foods and also nutrients within within the Diet so I think we start with what is a cop so we're gonNA start with the bike basically in simple terms right now it's actually a compound that's made up of carbohydrates oxygen and hydrogen but to put it in sort of Clayton's we I mean carbohydrates are actually basically split into simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates a lot of people will have head about but maybe they don't actually understand what that means in really simple terms it's really how the body actually digest them actually how we we use them um yeah no very well expanding most people would think of simple as a piece of white bread or complex is a piece of Brown bread and cops a such an important component wouldn't of the Diet so let's talk through some of the reasons why today we are saying perhaps you actually need these carbohydrates when you really do need carbohydrates and we are getting so many makes messages in the media about what we don't need carbohydrates and on a technicality you could survive without carbon interest however this is the preferred source of energy in the body and also the the brain actually needs glucose okay which is what arteries broken down into twenty five percent of our brains energy like that's few but glucose exactly right and also it it does affect our moods you know there are lots of different aspects hair and my biggest concern is what we breakdown foods into nutrients we don't go into the super walk by nutrient we don't order nutrients in a restaurant good analogy about it yeah so when you actually break it down like that it stops to become a nonsense because it actually is a nonsense but that nonsense is causing serious issues for many many people because of the lack of understanding so hopefully today will be able to dispel most if not all of those myths now I think not so so true and we will let me be discussing those really important factors because we know and we both know that Serotonin is a happy hormone and actually serotonin plays a role with the doc melatonin which regulates Circadian Rhythms and I'll sleep slang cool and also a lot of it comes from the gut which links back to things like how healthy is you got the hydrates contribute to that but will impact Hala could cutting carbs have on someone what are the kind of signs that people tend to see I think the most obvious sign is poor energy levels so irritability you hear the term angry I mean seriously you ask anybody I was Kinda asked today I mean literally don't speak to me Miss Lunch I'm late for lunch because honestly you beyond realizing traffic I think Buckingham Palace was closed and we decided to go Toria for lunch and about an hour later in traffic I was an hour behind my lunch and we had to go home and give up road rage yes exactly no and it does it does affect your mood because it's Dr Rightly affecting your blood sugars I want your blood sugars are not no longer stable that has a direct effect now A lot of people assume on I don't have the willpower and so on and so forth but it's actually not about that it's about the physiological effect that it has on the body thank you for clarifying that so I think a lot of people think about willpower and they think that then good an awful they can't say no so you said it is eve Lucien basically absolutely I mean everything that we eat has a direct effect on our gut digestion and our blood sugars then has an effect on how we actually function yeah and as a human and it's so much more than wait I'm so upset that nutrition has now been just devalue to just weight loss weight gain yeah I mean with all due respect I didn't train for as long as I can you didn't train for as long as you did needed any of our colleagues in the failed just to do weight loss thank you I feel like if I give a talk somewhere it's always well how you going to help me lose weight razz like he just said look at your energy levels your concentration your mood every day your sleep patterns all of these factors backed absolutely everything including your ability manage wait your stress levels because there's a hormonal and balanced which is absolutely crucial now you start messing around with nutrition and what you're eating you will start to also have a negative knock-on effect to your physiology over so much I want to delve into starring with things I'd calories uh I think she let's start with them why I mean I see people in my clinic that a skydive white cops do you WanNa just explain we shouldn't beginning what is difference between white I'm Brian ah okay so basically what we talking is simple carbohydrates okay now if we actually breakdown going back to the biochemistry of what carbohydrates now they're actually broken down into Monica royds which is the simplest form and actually about how the gut actually absorbs the carbohydrates you eat the next category is soccer is which is to the matter together one time and then we go to only a few yeah I'm paulie which is yes exactly so yeah there we go that's about taking UNITA remain both so the factor here is that anything that we eat in the die all the police have to be broken down into monasteries now policy cycle rides which is five of which were talk about later cannot be broken down okay so that then means that there is a direct effect on your blood sugar or not the case may be okay so it does affect our blood sugars and that's why it's important going back to white bread it is a simple sugar it's broken down into you should get it does have a direct effect on your energy levels and stabilizing those act simply doesn't mean of course there's a good or bad food because they have the I don't use that terminology and I focus on reeducating clients on patients on that because that has such a negative tation with regards to your relationship with food there is no such thing as a good or bad food this is not a wrong alright situation it's about the silence of our diet and also to to be quite perfectly honest it's okay to have those feeds occasion of course would be without them we don't just eat for nutritional states exactly I completely agree and you've mentioned blood sugar with Tom I think people would have had a lot of is Gi all the glycemic index I'm not sure everyone knows exactly what that means so should people be focusing on the GI of food only if you'll working with a register a nutritionist or registered Dietitian explained the reason why on its own you will get yourself into trouble lacey wise just to throw out for example watermelon has a higher gi the chocolate cake oh my God rights so there you go so you could get yourself into a lot of hot water and into a bit of a mess if you're just doing that so it's really in context and it's really about the balance of your whole not just in one day because we can't get everything that we need in in just one day low gi is good for them but let you decide chocolate cake lower than watermelon yeah yeah one hundred it's very very important that in mind so of course the exception to focusing on things like Gi diets again if you diabetic and I think let's separate them out type one diabetes aside just for second can you explain a bit more about type two diabetes and why this may be affecting them with blood sugar levels so basically type two diabetes you have an insufficiency of Insulin production from the pancreas but also your body has just become less able to actually utilize that incident in very basic terms however the nutrition is absolutely crucial and somebody was type two diabetes it is as is activities well now if you do have type two diabetes you absolutely need to be under registered Dietitian diabetic team as well because they're all serious implications of not being able to manage your blood sugars over a period of time now the has been some really interesting research with against me carbohydrates diet yeah diets because I hear it all the time I hear give up carbs if you've got type two diabetes well it's not that simple now Lecomba hydrate diets can be safe and effective in the short term but remember said can be effective in the short time so that is what that's also why we need to ensure that you are under registered Dietitian and diabetic team to be able to manage your blood sugar levels as well also feel blood sugars become very hello and you'll you become hypoglycemic which is also the risk of having a low carbohydrate diet then you could potentially be in trouble so that is also a factor which people who don't consider oh no I think they always seem take the sugars out hate the shook out and actually sometimes they really need the sugars absolutely so it can what both ways and again it's reiterated the importance of not just taking something out of your diet without fully understanding what it does I mean the UK government guidelines recommend approximately fifty Centerville total energy intake should be from cops in itself and this is helpful rule of thumb to follow but obviously were unique aren't we so we are absolutely unique think just to clarify that for a what we need to be looking at it's not just the type of carbohydrate but the quality and the quantity and that is where people go wrong so to speak so and that's why working with the healthcare professional who is qualified and actually knows what they're doing because you know all of us that is a research based and evidence based in shows that we keep you safe because that's what it's about at the end of the day and so many people I ended up getting into so many problems as a result of doing something on their own you specialize in eating disorders Holler as well bariatric surgery and you must see this kind of thing over time with people just suddenly being very scared of a food group this phenomena I mean they're all research statistics on this but anecdotally I am seeing a serious increase in food version food and their foods and specifically carbohydrates and it saw misplace but the fear is very very real and trying to pick that's because somebody has read an article all started am a diet without understanding really what the implications the you know has very very serious
"eve lucien" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Helps it like my a friend of mine was like I was having a hard time. Can you look for the God in where Scott in this experience? And I was like probably my dog like that. That would be and who's like okay to roll with that a couple of relationships that when they broke up. I'm felt like I was doing. Okay. But perhaps in retrospect, I wasn't doing as well as I thought of was because the thing attached to was shed pets in the relationship off. Oh, yeah. That's a big. I had a lot of rage that I had to work through about my ex which you know, he's a good person people know who he is. He's a good person. But the idea that he could not wanna see our dogs more like that. He was what kind of person could walk away from these poodles and not tr fight harder. Like and that. I had to realize like my two things I got focused on were money. I felt bills. I felt he should have split that in hindsight had nothing to do with him and bills and also. For those of you who can't see Russel just made a big note. That's bills underlying. So I had to let governor few bills actually. And it's a really rough one in defense of your ex that was able to walk away from those poodles like like I had to like in a relationship. I left. The relationship ended trying to so subtly China subtly say, you were the boss on the chieftain of that writer Seidman this relationship. I snapped my failures. I'm I'm like this somehow the. Lango that dog was so painful thigh. I almost had to seal the vault of that emotion. Pulmonary. I've never even if I if a graph of that dog comes up on my phone like I still I feel of a jolt. Yeah. Of course. Of course. It's like it's really hurts. And it creates an it's a sinkhole that can't be filled. And so if you you don't just wanna have psych casual access to the dog, the dogs either yours of the dogs, not yours. Otherwise, I suppose that casual access is like your forever picking away at that that wound I suppose in there would listeners animals can become a depositry for something very, very sacred and pure. Oh, yeah. I mean, my dog trainer gave me a big lecture because I have a number of dogs. But my dog my most recent acquisition is this rescue dog. She's really like, I know everyone thinks they're dog special, but she's like hairless she's. Half Mexican hairless half pug, so she's like hairless, but with a smushed face and really just like stops traffic wherever she goes. And as a result of her cuteness, I was really not focusing on how badly I was training her and the trainer who came really like was like you gave me a very stern talking to about not treating my dog. He's like this dog's not here to serve you. You're here surface dog. He's like this dog is not your stuffed animal. This dog is not your child decided I was like like Maya Sistan who's like cooling young and uses like cool rupaul saying was like he just read you for filth. Like, he just saw you and was like now, I'm not having it have you heard the term read may from. Mome fulfill. I'll check. Yeah. Like, if someone told you were in a not nice way, they read you for filth. I don't know. That's what we're trying to do. Right and kill Komen's red meat for filth. So by the way, I'm still working with him. And I'm not going to stop like I liked it. It just took a second it hurt. I'll go told by the trainer enrichment is looking like a moping rid fulfils. Don't train them. They said confront of the dog trainers. I've ever admonished me in various ways because the dog that I go once like I entered into domestic Ma wife annoy, outdoor Bri bear the dog, the like a foundational Creech other too timid animal of our family who was in a sense and eve Lucien of Brian the dog that was lost to a previous relationship. Ryan, brian. Yeah. Yeah. Berry says name, but. But he like bear is such. Paul night of energy, and madness and.
"eve lucien" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Struggling to think of a better eve Lucien retraite than square poop in terms of weirdness. It's out there. We love getting feedback and ideas, Email paused at wider, it, you k- and will read a selection of your emails EV. Every week facts at the top and feedback at the bottom of this show offer story this week is about something that sounds dull. But trust is it's incredibly interesting. Matt Reynolds, persuade us. So a couple of months go on the park, we discussed this massive piece of e you legislation that just passed and this early September, and it's really important because it could radically overhaul the way the internet works within the European Union at least. So this is the Garrity forest exciting. The European Union directive on copyright in the digital single market. The you've probably heard it referred to article thirteen years after most controversial mean killing article, broadly speaking, the idea isn't tightened up copyright laws across the EU and place more responsibility on the legs of YouTube and Facebook and Twitter to take down copyrighted content. When it first appears and this being an absolute deluge of interest in it over the last few days, if you are regular hunter of YouTube. You might have seen a little note pop. Up notification telling you to protest against article thirteen Google is very clear that it does not like this proposed legislation and it's trying to throw its lobbying efforts against it and its uses against it. So that's what's kind of got lot more people aware of it this week. But something else also happened this week, which has also to do Google and also to do with article thirteen exactly yes. In the bit. Yo talk about James is this kind of mean killing bit says that is copyrighted material is imagery the platforms to take it down. That's what YouTube really buffet bothered about. There's another really really important important bidders article eleven or as often referred to amongst critics the link tax. And so basically to to explain this link tax, the text of the article states that publishes that's news organizations, or magazines or whatever says they must obtain fair and proportionate renumeration for the digital use of their press publications by information society providers. In other words, if. A web platform, let Google news all like a news aggregating site or maybe apple news or something like that. If it publishes a hyperlink and a snip of your article or the image as well that service should pay the publisher for using it on their platform. Right. But what about if say the guardian links to an article by the telegraph in its morning briefing newsletter, but that count or is it just these big technology companies that are hoovering all up algorithm, Mickley and displaying as snippets. So I think it's basically the last six in the wording of eleven it's basivity targets information society service providers. So he's not a tax on all links. Exactly. It's a tax on platforms aggregate links Google news. You're thinking about apple news and all kinds of services, maybe from feely and things like that. Jima beat the idea behind this is it costs me companies money to create these stories content to pay their journalists their attitudes et cetera. But then if you get an aggregated like Google news, which is taking that story and providing the main snippet of the story without even having to go to the original they're getting nothing back from reading that so Google is essentially profiting from someone else's created. That's the idea behind this law. Right. Yeah. Exactly. And essentially this all comes out of precious have been put on by publishers and big publishing agencies within the EU to basically lobby on behalf of their interests. The publishing industry has been suffering for whole bunch of reasons declining avenue declining readers, we are playing Tony violin. Through an essentially this is a response to that. Like, you said Vicky has more to say, well, if these allegations they kind of exist, and they knew they bring people to their platforms platforms exist, close of content created by other people shouldn't they be being paid for that content. But the relationships have been more complicated than that..
"eve lucien" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"The patron button and show us a little bit of love by by giving us an amount of your choosing per episode. Yeah. There's really no upper limit. No, the lower limit is clearly zero. But there's no upper which you're already at your are ready there. Most of you are already there, and we love you. Anyway, you can jump up though, you can level up. You can always go up. If life has taught me one thing bottom. It's just all up from here. Right. And if you can't afford that sort of largest and still want to give it some love go to any place where you can give us five star reviews and lay it on thick baby. Yeah. Just hit hit it hit it. And and and give us a written review if you want and and that'll be amazing for us. And. We love you. We love you moving. Well, mark. Yes, you're sitting over there looking for all the world like a monkey with glasses. Well, maybe that's all I am. I I one wonders one does wonder when looks at the world and at the human world and one begins to ask questions the similarities with the simians that we share which which is the title of our new memoir uncle Doug is a monkey. Because he's not here. Exactly. So, you know. Eve lucien. Yeah. Which is only theory. I like the u I like, the emphasize the evil, and the I the only way I can say Yvo Lucien is the way Richard Dawkins says. So you know, what is it? What is it? Not. Right. Can it be used to confirm all my racial, hatreds and misogynist fantasies to great question? So we've we've, you know, backing up twenty two we had a little discussion. We did with our in raw with our friend Aren raw his big brain and talked about, you know, some some interesting issues with Eva Lucien, but it's a big subject that requires more than one conversation. And that conversation got a little heady. We're we need we need some more some more conversation Fisher. Yes. So we've decided to bring in somebody that doesn't look like a Warlock. Okay. And and that is our friend professor Nathan who is a professor of biological anthropology, specializing in anthropological genetics. Whatever the fuck that bullshit as yeah. That doesn't sound like a real thing all around smarty pants. So a welcome professor Nathan. It's great to be here. Was all that stuff. He said real. Yeah. Okay. Too many syllables. I now how do you even fit that on a business card college? Boy, right. So so all right college. Boy, can we just call you that for the rest of the interview. So, you know, there may be people plenty of people listening to us have long emerged from from religion. But there there are people who are still emergent from their religious backgrounds. Who may not really know how to even begin to talk or think about this big big idea. What we have here is a country in the world that has a lot of focus who reject the entire study that you have devoted your life to. Yes. So that but has delivered your life to you. Even my own grandmother when I told her as doing anthropology, that's people who don't know what they want to do with their lives. Do. Oh, man. It's sick burns. You're listening to this episode. Probably not. Wow. Okay. I I'm glad to see you volved from from two generations ago. I try not to let it get to me..
"eve lucien" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Medal, the world's on the games. I think he's high seventies. Seventy seven kilos not told he's dealing with the big gear ratios fine. And so you know, I in terms of takes in terms of how it looks racing. No, I disagree with the old old codgers. Let myself you complain about the old days are better. I think what you're seeing guys going nine much Sprint's speeds higher. The takes are still just as important if not more important because you only get one choice. So. Tactics. Are hugely important. You might not get quite as much in terms of physical contact Eltel with stuff, but the racing still super close super exciting to me seeing guy seen these watching 'em Laverton and are going to three rides at the World Cup of the weekend. Thanks the third time. He's going three rides in in the final. And and there's nothing in it. It's just great to watch. And. Yeah, I I would say the racing is exciting has ever been Kieran potentially. And it's changed because it will be because the ninety three laps instead of two and a half laps. The peak speed isn't quite what it used to be used to be the guys could go for two and a half laps and hold it. They don't do nothing. But I genuinely believe that eve Lucien of the event will happen that you just one guy might Glazer, for example, or someone that night will lead from the front ineffectual tainting the front line him up thinking these gonna die off you'll hang on. And do the three laps on his own on. Then it will become a new thing people between for that ever heard of winning Kieran from the frontline. I know I never work. So we're take your idea. Sounds Chris Hoy there. Am interesting that Callum Skinner doesn't really like this trend for bigger gears, and as he put bodybuilders on bikes. Whereas I think Chris Hoy very conscious of not being seen as a sort of old full gay about what you're seeing earlier Lionel by the controversial, Lonzo Armstrong. I think he he's trying very hard. Not to look like somebody who says it was bathroom my day. So, you know, quite open to the eve Lucien of of his sport. Yeah. I think any well, we see it don't we the increasing bash allies Asian in disciplines of cycling, you know, body shapes. You're getting more extreme and one of the things about the track. Sprinting is that you could have a Jason Kenney type fake against us sort of a Chris Hoy, or, you know, some of the, you know, the really really big guys can go up against somebody like wine. In who is you know, small nimble. I think the trend for big is a great phrase bodybuilders on bikes if you if you reduce and real blue riband event the track sprint down to just one physical tight. It will inevitably lose something over time. So yeah, it's an interesting trend to keep an eye on and Callum Skinner is an interesting guy. Remember when the fence? Leaked information about us exemptions athlete said applied for and being grown taking. And he took the decision to release all of his medical records. Publicly just to demonstrate that he's he's asna walls historic thing. And he is taking the initiative to challenge water. It's it's an interesting development, and perhaps, you know, sports politics as a career and ROY. And we don't have to to fall in most sports to to think that a lot of sports do with, you know, some just some representation in this came out with the CPA election recently and hire the right? A lot of rights didn't feel like they had a voice Representative on. There aren't many 'em writers, perhaps who are able to stand up and speak so eloquently, and I've been very impressed by caloms Skinner since Rio and since he's had thought platform, and it all started for him with the the leave campaign using his image around just after Brexit vote the breakfast Brexit referendum and the leave campaign used his image and some. And he objected to it publicly and not a big response, and he became quite emboldened on the back of actually I realized that people were gonna listen to what he had to say. And he's been very, you know, he's spoken a lot about LGBT rights as well. He has family experienced in that area has brother and his father both gay. And he's he's been very very vocal on on those issues and also on lots of issues concerned with sport, obviously..
"eve lucien" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I think we're just on the precipice of something that is going to be the norm in about fifty years. Maybe we can sure that. Yeah. Yeah. It is. You know, I'm pretty sure there was a paradigm shift on the way. And I think some scientists clinging more firmly to the materialist model because you know, in parallel to what I was talking about before they send is under threat. They're becoming a bit more dogmatic people like Richard Dawkins. Steven pinker, becoming very dogmatic and just in the same way that fundamentalist religious people are. And you but the scientists maybe just outside the mainstream of becoming more and more and more more more aware of alternative perspectives. Whether it's to explain evolution. Which explain the influence of the mind over the body, and the CBO effects and psychic and so on so, yeah, I think I'm very optimistic about the the next few decades in in science is this third way. Eve- Lucien starting to be accepted. I think it is. They have a great website. If anybody wants to the food way evolution and there were so many eminent biologist and evolutionary theory to collected together to the phone this new approach, and they've they've probably save any papers, and so many books, and yeah. It's definitely becoming more influential. And I think the kind of the there was no God, if either theorists people like Richard Dawkins was still gonna you know, putting forward these kind of fairly outdated ideas. And yeah, I think it's definitely becoming more and more accepted. Probably as a result of the semi's more modern research shows that you know, how flexible lifeforms are and how creative eve Lucien seems to be in a way, which is way beyond any random factors. Partly as as we uncover more evidence. We'd be we're beginning to realize that the world is much more complex and much more spiritual than people used to believe. Well, I think actually people did us to believe it was very spiritual and in ancient history. And there's evidence of that everywhere. Hieroglyphics everywhere. It's just when science became the materialistic view really came into effect that that started to get overshadowed and fade away. I think that's kind of what you're saying. Right. Yeah. The daily scientists were also quite spiritual people Einstein Einstein. Yeah. I even a lot of the original quantum physicists Niles Bohr Heisenberg, incredibly spiritual people they read texts of Indian spiritual philosophy right? Exactly. All right. We're going to take another quick break. And we will be back with Steve Taylor and your questions. I am least cigar. You're listening to coast to coast AM. News on the hour on the half. And when it breaks. I'm Eric Gaffney live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Officials in Riverside County say four people are in critical condition. Twenty others got sick after some sort of emergency at a wedding venue. North of Moreno valley has not team has apparently given the all-clear health officials are on the scene trying to figure out what made people ill starting around eight Saturday night on Sam Timoteo canyon road a jury and Santa Barbara county has found the pipeline company responsible for an oil spill guilty on several charges plains all American pipeline has been found guilty of felony count for failing to properly maintain its pipeline and eight misdemeanor charges, including killing marine mammals and protected seabirds. The 2015 oil spill caused at least one hundred twenty three thousand gallons of crude oil to gush onto the shore of refu-, he state beach and into the ocean. It's been called the worst coastal spill in twenty five years planes has apologized and paid for cleaning up the spill, but they stand to face at least one point five million dollars in additional penalties. Rossio Rivera KFI. News tropical storm Florence is expected to gain hurricane strength by tonight or tomorrow morning. South.
"eve lucien" Discussed on WTVN
"Welcome back to goes to coast AM Steve Taylor. We're talking about his latest book called spiritual science and question for you about altruistic behavior. And you're in Manchester there in in England there was that terrorist attack. Oh, not maybe a year ago, but at the 'Grande concert. Yes. That's right. Yeah. Were you there at the time? I was in Manchester the time. Yeah. Just I live just about three miles away from the place where the bomb exploded. Wow. And did you see these these people really helping people? Well, yeah. There were some amazing cases of people helping you shoulda, and I have neighbor who's a taxi driver. And I wasn't aware of the incident happened very late tonight. I was asleep at the time. So the next morning, but my my neighbor said that he as soon as you heard about the he went got into his taxi and drove to the center of Manchester to give people to also people free less home people outside the country. Stranded in all the chaos. Yeah. And he was quite always happens is very regular feature of crisis situations or emergency situations. The Austin rather than running away is you'd expect some people see ruined towards the danger to offer the help to help other people. That's another night. Yeah. Another sign of interconnectedness. It's happened at nine eleven happened. Many many different times where else does this this level of interconnectiveness show up in history. Well, I think it shows up. I showed up. Probably it's probably more likely to become evident in the last two or three centuries. I think if you go back to the eighteenth century and earlier life is quite brutal for nice people around the world. And there was a lot of cruelty. He was so just part of everyday life. Just accent. His punishment of criminals are incredibly harsh people's treatment of animals and children was incredibly harsh. But I think that, you know, even though in some ways the world, he's obviously still quite a a cruel and heartless place. I think in general human beings have become more active. More empathic, even you know, more generous and kind of the last two or three hundred years, and that's expressed yourself in concept. So she's democracy equality more lenient treatment, and then criminals treatment of animals and treatment of children so full. There's been a very slow process it, increasing compassion. I think. Yes, if comparatively. Yes. Absolutely. But there's still a a large amount of. Unconsciousness? That's true. Yeah. I think he has some ways of the past few years. It seems much the increase slightly. Well, in some ways in a kind of quite finding convoluted way that could be a positive sign because I think there is this this wave of gradual awakening, which is happening in the world. And it expresses in in terms of an increasing interest in spirituality and increasing movement beyond materialism, which I talk about in the book and also an increasing connection to nature. I think more and more people are feeling connected to nature and also an increased simplicity, I think more and more people are realizing that consumers. Doesn't really bring happiness and that they're trying to make an effort to live in a more holistic most simple way. And so I think there's definitely this wave of awakening, which is gathering momentum. And I think the old kind of patriarchal ego. They'll kind of materialistic petro ego is speeding threatened by this rising wave of awakening. And whenever you know, people feel threatened or whenever kind of structure feel threatened. Then it's tries to strengthen it south resistance. And I think maybe what is happening now that the old values we saw endanger that trying to reassert themselves because they feel threatened. I hope I mean is it just in our bubble that we feel that consciousness and interconnectedness in appreciation for nature is more idealistic, or do you really think that this is a? More average is that actually tipping the scales as being more mainstream. Definitely. Yeah. I mean, I think the biggest trend of the last twenty thirty years has been an increasing interest in spirituality, and is even showing that and spiritual experiences seems to be becoming more common that they are more common now than they were fifty years ago, and some more milky feeding a sense of oneness with the universe. And kind of spiritual sense of any vacation, those experiences seem to be becoming more common. Actually have sorry, interrupting collar on the line here that has some experiences. They wanna share with you as well along those lines. And then we'll go back to what you were talking about here Keith from Maine from salon is that how you pronounce that? So solan. Thank you very much. Yes. I had a. Had three different occasions where I've had to telepathic communication both outgoing and incoming one incoming to go well, multiple outgoing. But I've done. Can you share with us your experience? Well, I was into a divorce, and I was venting my frustration. My wife was away at the time working. She doesn't call that has to do. And she tells me. About touching such a time. I don't wanna be too specific. But anyway, she says, I gotta sweat. Apparently, she was getting my message. I wasn't intending it as much I didn't have no clue that she could do that. I could do that. She got a second experience was bad. You guys were connected. Why did you get a divorce? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Real good that good. Okay. So a second experience I had an incoming message that I was feeling an urge to go to this person. It was a temporary relationship that in. Cost of getting divorced. And I wasn't intending that we my wife and I getting back together. And so anyway that happened. All right. So that happened, okay? Time. I was playing with. I'd realize it worked. So I had a live in girlfriend, then we're living with me for ten years roughly, and I she was working I spent her methods donuts. Get some donor. Fun. She comes through the door twenty minutes later. Hey. Sometimes no more than twice. Did it not? Wow. Wow. I realized what I did wrong. I said it twice one of those two times. I said it four times one of those two times and three times worked every time. Well, maybe we could work on something like world peace because those to work on that. Thank you so much. I'm sure you hear stories about this all the time, Steve where there's psychic phenomenon as I near death is becoming a huge I googled it the other day, and it's. I think hit fifty million or something like that in terms of googling. It's it's very incredible that we're living in this time now or this psychic phenomenon is being researched and communicated about in such a scientific way. Yeah. It's there's still some resistance to it from mainstream. Scientists say as we said there is this kind of like, you know, growing wave of interest in openness these things, and I think, yeah, I think, you know, there's a lot of events that we are on the verge of a kind of paradigm shift where the old materialistic Muslim reality falls away, and this new more holistic more almost more esoteric of reality becomes normal. Well, I interview a lot of the ISA teric do, but you are in trenched in the world of the materialist scientists, and I am curious have you ever seen? Anybody actually convert? Well, yeah, they're all quite a few stories. I see one of the the problem of consciousness has been quite significant in science twenty thirty years older. People have been researching the idea of where consciousness comes from. And there's always been this assumption that the brain produces consciousness somehow the neurons of the brain the networks of the brain work together to produce conscious experience. One of the original research. Go Christopher cock. He he eventually converted to Islam because he realized that the F to explain consciousness. Simpson's rain was fruitless and it was kind of a waste of time. You couldn't do it. So he eventually felt compelled to convert to a more, you know, ISA Terry visited the world way suggest that consciousness everywhere in matter all the time, and therefore you don't need to explain how the brain produces consciousness. Needs to explain how the Bray consciousness kind of comes through the brain. I've been toying with this philosophy lately about those loved ones who've crossed over. And if it is a if that level of consciousness once the physical being guys, but that consciousness continues on can if if there is no time in no space. According to quantum physics can that level of consciousness still linger timeless. And space Lewis. And can it be held by those that remember them? So the more loved ones remember. Someone who has crossed over does that memory hold their consciousness closer to this plane or those that remember them? Wow. That's interesting question. I'm not sure. Whether it's you know, I'm not sure about the effective memory. But maybe just the openness is believing that, you know, the context is possible. And maybe just in some way thinking about that post in Jerusalem towards us. The you know, the question of life after death is such a controversy one. You know in terms of science, and academia is the the big tabu. Yes. Yes. I remember speaking to a colleague awhile, again, he said something dismissive about, you know, the people still believe in life after death. And I said, well, actually, I'm, you know, I'm open to the idea of some kind of my death. It looks to me like it was crazy started look on his face. And because you know, if you're an academic or scientists space to believe in these things evidence some form of life after that is pretty compelling. If you if you open to it, especially if you're out there in the world of period view journals that is a little bit tougher topic. But if you think about it from quantum physics like tracks like so if you are having this experience of. Wanting to connect with a being. So I take Wayne Dyer for an example, and there's so many millions of people who loved his work and constantly reading his book, still and and radio still places. Podcasts and and shows and so forth. Could that still be holding a collective consciousness that Wayne could have left as a residue after he crossed over? If there is no time no space could like attract like in a level of consciousness. As possible. Yeah. I mean, the whole idea of time is so it's so mysterious I think most many physicists now extended time is an illusion Einstein knew that. And you know, there are a lot of talk about how what we experienced in. The present is a result of ways that come from the future ways that come from the past and the interaction of those waves craze present experience. There's all kinds of findings and finding quantum physics this show that experiences or events can happen in reverse. It's called retro causation. They even though traditional idea of causing effects. You know, he's he's kind of discarded in quantum physics. I mean, some sense. It does seem to be the case that everything the whole of the future hold of the past exist. Now, you know, they never passed didn't fade away. It's still here in the future is already here since some sentence already happened everything kind of converges in the now and the whole of time exists in this moment. So why can't someones consciousness do the same? If it exists outside the mind, and if it's outside the brain, and if it's exists in the quantum field in the field of oneness, why can't continue on simultaneously? Yeah. I think it does. I mean, I think the the whole reason why time is it tunnel. And the whole of time exists now is because that's that's an estimate the fundamental conscious. That's quality timeless quality is built into fundamental consciousness. And what we experienced this time is created by a mind is crazy by thoughts egos. So interesting 'cause my first to our guest was just a spiritual teacher talking about timelessness in time warping and so forth. And now, I'm speaking with the scientists, and we're having the same conversation. I love it. It's it's starting to blend. It's definitely sign verification. It what's happening. But if it is truly this study of consciousness is fascinating. And we're starting to now embark upon scientists studying consciousness and Evan talked to me about, you know, university of Virginia, and Jim Tucker and obvious. Great brilliant, people who are really doing all this great work about the existence of life after life. I think we're just on the precipice of something that is going to be the norm in about fifty years. We can sure that. Yeah. Yeah. It is. You know, I'm pretty sure there's a paradigm shift on the way. And I think some scientists are clinging more firmly to the materialist model because you know, in parallel to what I was talking about before they sensitive is under threat, they're becoming a bit more dogmatic people like Richard Dawkins, and Steven pinker becoming very dogmatic and just in the same way that fundamentalist religious people are and other scientists maybe just outside the mainstream of becoming more and more open and more more and more aware of alternative perspectives. Whether it's to explain evolution, which would explain the influence of the mind over the body, and the CBO effects and psychic phenomenon and so on so, yeah, I think I'm very optimistic about the the next few decades in in science is this third way. Eve- Lucien starting to be accepted. I think it is you had they have a great website. If anybody wants to call the food way evolution and there were so many eminent biologists evolutionary serious collected together to the this new approach, and they've they've probably seventy papers, and so many books, and yeah, because it's definitely becoming more influential. And I think the kind of the there was no God. If even use NRI theories people that Richard Dawkins was still gonna you know, putting forward these kind of fairly outdated ideas. And yeah, I think it's definitely becoming more and more accepted father as a result of the semi's more modern research shows that you know, how flexible lifeforms are and how creative evolution seems to be in a way, which is way beyond any random factors. So he's probably as as we even cover more evidence. We we're beginning to realize that the world is much more complex and much more. All kind of spiritual. Then people used to believe. Well, I think actually people did us to believe it was very spiritual. And in in ancient history. And there's evidence of that everywhere. Hieroglyphics everywhere. It's just when science became the materialistic view really came into effect that that started to get overshadowed and fade away. I think that's what you're saying. Right. Yeah. A lot of the daily. Scientists were also quite spiritual people like Einstein Einstein. Yeah. Perfect. Even them a.
"eve lucien" Discussed on WRVA
"We literally means all his mind, and the basic idea is that material particles have a mental element to them. So even the tiniest atom has a little sort of slicker of consciousness in the incense material particles a conscious, and then explains what consciousness comes from because consciousness was always a so he's there in every article, but my my view slightly diff to not because. In what I call spiritism consciousness is not just in particles. He's not just a matter. It's actually in everything it's in space as well. It fills out of space and consciousness. I gave gave birth to matter gave birth to the whole universe old material things have their source in consciousness. So so pen spiritism, basically means Holy Spirit. And we'll spirit is everywhere. And you see some of the the world's spiritual traditions. I can do denser. We says a Brahmin or spirit is the source of everything and Brahmin today's everything and say some of the some of you of the will. My my suggestion in in my book is that I'm you know, whereas materials and come really explain the world is pretty much failed as a way of explaining the world as a way of explaining human experience. But if you substitute that for spiritual model for Penn spiritism, then suddenly, you know, the world makes much more sense. In a lot of the puzzles the will begin to to be solved. It's just like the power of imagination everything that is created has to have been imagined. I. Yeah. Well, everything that's created has to have the same source. You know, this is this tremendous creative dynamic potential in consciousness. Which gives rise to life phones and to material particles. I want so. So those phones arise then they are naturally kind of impelled to to become more complex. So that explains eve Lucien in my view the way just kind of this dynamic Cresa potential of life to to move to more complex forms. And you know, the way that life homes become more conscious overtime consciousness seems to increase over time throughout history as living beings become more complex. Yes. And that this evolution occurs. Absolutely. There. There's so much more to talk about here, and we're gonna take a quick break. And I want to find out more about how you combine science, and spirituality, and how it's interdependent which is also a wonderful philosophy which in itself when can exist without the other. All right. We'll be right back because my guest Steve Taylor talking about spiritual science, I at least cigar..
"eve lucien" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Hi, this is ROY Denison. I'm the co founder and the chairman of the center for endowment asset management, which is a research and then parts of Cambridge judge business school at the university of Cambridge. What we do is we bring together experts in the area of investing for the long term to conduct research exchange ideas and new teams that are relevant to people who are looking off to long-term pools of assets. I work closely with two colleagues at London business school, pull Marsh, Mike Staunton, and I'm going to read the first chapter from the best investment writing volume to the chapter that I've written with my colleagues is the eve Lucien of equity markets. To understand risk in return, we must examine long periods of history. This is because asset returns and especially equity returns very volatile. In the global investment returns yearbook twenty, and we document the financial markets history of the twentieth and twenty first centuries tonight, the core of the yearbook is a long run. Study covering the annual returns is nineteen hundred from all the main asset categories in twenty three countries and three regions, including a worldwide index. The unrivalled quality and breadth of the underlying data set makes the yearbooks global thority on the long run performance stocks, bonds, bills, inflation and currencies. Our new publication extends brings up to date the key findings from Princeton University, press book, Trump, avail tourists. The global database that underpins the book contains annual returns on stocks, bonds, bills, inflation conferences, the twenty three countries from nine thousand nine hundred to twenty eighteen the country's comprised the United States and Canada, ten countries from what is now the euro currency area, Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain. Six non-euro markets in Europe, Denmark, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United chin them for Asia Pacific markets, Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, and one African market, South Africa together at the science thousand eighteen these countries make up ninety one percents of the investible universe for a global investor based on three floats markets capitalizations. Our database also includes three regional indexes for equities and bonds denominated in common currency here taken as US dollars. These are twenty three topsy world index, a twenty two country world ex USA, and that and sixteen country European backs. The equity index is weighted by each country's market capitalisation while the bounden access away to GDP. All twenty three countries experienced market closures at some point mostly during wartime. In almost all cases, it's possible to bridge these voids and construct returns history that affects the experience of investors over the non shading period. For twenty one countries who they're for, have a complete one hundred eighteen year history of investment returns for which the yearbook presents some resistance and cross country analysis as well as detailed information on each individual market. Russia and China, however, are exceptions since then markets were interrupted by long periods of communist rule the expropriation of Russian assets after nineteen Seventy-nine Chinese assets after nineteen forty-nine could be regarded as wealth redistribution rather than wealth loss. But investors would not warn to this view for these countries. We have returns for the pre Thomas era and then so the period since these markets reopened in the early nineteen ninety s we assume the shareholders domestic bondholders in Russia, and China suffered total wipeouts in nineteen seventy and nineteen forty-nine respectively. And we then reinclude these countries in the world and regional index after their markets. Reopened. In the early nineteen ninety s and once reliable market indexes were initiated. Our index series all commence in one thousand nine hundred and this common start date aids international comparisons. They sort of fade ability in quality -tated this choices start date and for practical purposes, nine thousand nine hundred was the earliest plausible. Start date for a comparative international database with broad coverage. Fig a worm in the book. If you're able to access it shows relative sizes of world equity markets at our starting data end eighteen ninety-nine..
"eve lucien" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science
"The bike while you're in the curb and actually break the rear wheel lose it skits in so it's starts sliding to the outside and and then you stop it from skating you automatically changed the way the direction of motorcycle was aimed from where it was to toward the end of the curve right and so by squaring the curve this way because you have the horsepower to do it you can get through the curve faster you couldn't have done that fifty years ago it's not a matter of fashion it's a matter of the exploiting the technological capabilities of the time so the technology has now enabled you to not just overcome some of the physics but utilize it to your own advantage wow so now then then you go into it all right okay so this becomes function inform we've full one guys will tell you it's all about the tile dialing the driver could be anybody but if the tires on doing what they should be doing then this thing won't happen what kind of eve lucien because the motorcycle tyres is rounded kind of flat like a slick for an f one car anura able to ride both ages of the ties so the the tire technology must be vastly improved over the years it's incredibly improved when you see a nineteen fifties motorcycle park next to a two thousand eighteen motorcycle it's almost hilarious to difference in in with the tire gas tires on a modern motorcycle they're just gigantic surface area is is a major competent a motorcycle will never go through a curb as fast as formula one car because motorcycles only have to heal right there's that limits the amount of rubber on the road or to one time and and the wheels have to be rounded the tires f b rounded to go through whereas formula one car to always there's a you know a linear sexual contact with the road a flattened theat flat and and flat surfaced to service and so they always will have that advantage cool man i can't believe we're out of time.
"eve lucien" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast
"Detrimental to plants but then when it gets into people it is detrimental to be s especially if it's as resistant and if you just look at plans for a moment if you look at the lead chemistry's they all the azores fund your sides and the stroke bueller in fungi science so these socalled single talk antifungal 's so they one particular enzyme mechanism in a focus and so that's just take the as os su twenty six percent of all fund your side sprayed in the world as owl's what does that mean exactly does that mean that the resistance is being accumulated out in the wild on crops and then when people go to treat infections they're not able to treat the fungus no i think we have to be very careful here the day to says that resistance his emerged in parallel by repeated eve lucien in the different fungi but there is one fungus that's common between the two which is the aspe judas fuming artis and at the moment doesn't a lot of research around the world to assess the contribution of chemical and environmental selection in the resistance to fuming autism of fumigators to see whether that's having an impact in the treatment of humans and the say is yes but the data is is still being collected so we shouldn't have sensationalistic story with just simply saying we need to be very careful about the emergence of resistance in a fungus that you find in the environment which is also affecting human health what are some of the proposals that have been made to address this concern so i think we need much more awareness by by the clinicians and by the people out in agriculture looking off to the crops we ought to be more aware of integrated pest management so we should be looking at other ways of protecting crops such as with more disease resistance bred into all crops or by making sure that we understand better the need to spray less by using mixtures of different anti fungus.
"eve lucien" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Ignite and all those characters and the two jimmy wien and dr dre come together and form this label into scope now i might be getting some of the details wrong hey you'd have to watch the dock but the labels interscope and deathrow feature very heavily in the documentary and a lot of those artists on there are interviewed snoop dogg and eminem gwen stefani from no doubt will i am from the blackeyed peas trent resona from nine inch nails marilyn manson is mentioned though interviewed so this looks interesting characters popping up although that kind of music was never my favorite really it's still very interesting to watch this doc and unlike hop eve lucien which to me was a celebration of creativity and and look at some of the the social conditions at the time that fostered that creativity the defiant ones is much more the story of the relationship between business and creativity and more than anything it's a story about two blokes who made shitload of money in ways that was sometimes quite questionable and it's not a total hag yoga fee this doc you do get a sense of some of the nostra and more cynical aspects of the music industry and the personalities involved but yeah i thought it was very entertaining very interesting kasur only bit depressing what do you think rose fella snoop dogg represents me as a member of the dog community still find some of his lyrics highly offensive but on the plus i'd a did lion my back on the south with my paws in the air my head hanging off the side while i was watching this said i was really good i enjoyed that that was much better and more concise review than mine.
"eve lucien" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sleep that randy missed when he finally went to bed he snapped only fourteen hours the human brain is not capable of getting back all of the sleep that it has lost so sleep in this regard is not like the bank you can't accumulated debt and then pay it off at some later point in time the isn't a credit system in the brain or the body and we can ask by the way why isn't that something like that wouldn't not be wonderful and there is precedent there fat cells so there were times in eve lucien when we would have feast and though at times there was famine and we designed a system to come up and stole that caloric credit and so that we could spend it when there was a debt they may be a reason our bodies don't do this the right analogy to sleep might not be eating by breathing you can't say at skip today and catch up on my breathing tomorrow longtime randy simply basta the celebrity that it stunted brought him he found a way to cheat sleep life was good for him and his wife ilana the focus of our life is pretty much george george the cat that teenage bangle randy and alona love george i don't know much about cats but apparently bengals have the personality off a dock they facts defense fetches are you serious he doesn't do it much anymore listening to randy and alana uis with affection for georgia's very sweet when i came to visit illinois was getting ready to take george to that they're very meticulous about his health that's partly because a decade ago there was another cat and randy and alana's life she died of of tongue cancer and i was so upset that the vets didn't catch it that they never looked in her mouth to find this tumor that they blamed every other thing and then she died and i was so wracked with guilt which is stupid you know i would never do that now you have to move forward you can't go back but i didn't then and i think that's what triggered it randy's referring to i would go out in the backyard it's free in the morning and scream my head off like a wild animal is insomnia about ten years ago i stopped sleeping i could not.
"eve lucien" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Read it came out warm morning and of course the reactions me as a sh 'cause i know where i didn't realize we're going to go into this massive eve lucien of both male and female with all kinds of people taking it and i think by the way it's about time and with this instance i knew it was going to in fact my film which has very proud of and also my partner in the suit paid for his down freaking i could go so it obscene you know we can do the solution we could we castres and come out on time and that it went from there and the it we move light lightning i was on decided we shoot within two days i this is what i love about this story is it's all being describes the something that unprecedented never before seen in hollywood for ridley when eight when he really interviews you're doing on this film it just doesn't seem like a big deal you well why not what i think i'm so experience you know what i mean if the russe falling assists shored up the roof s with over here as little as a film director you learn to ride in go the bumps the road bumps uh you know with big arsenal you gotta deal with it immediate and that's what's fascinating about what i do for you living this was the unknown unforeseen every day every minutes something will happen that's what makes the job great i mean you had nine days to finish what be typically have taken at least a month q give me and our listeners an idea of an idea of physically what had to happen given an eighteen our day on said well you do i do frenchor of french also i don't eat it launched on their own lunches and because i find that way more efficient because he get at seven thirty in the morning the downside is you've got a rap at six thirty and you're handed food on in your hand on the fly during the day.
"eve lucien" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Any kind of pressure from abroad goose make a difference looking at the situation probably early from the americans of the present time butchered across the americas state department itself is not in a good place because of the lack of appointments estalif and also this ongoing tension between tillerson and trump himself so that doesn't help matches in other words where are you going to need skilled professional diplomacy through is not enough that around only on the american side abets of further complication of afraid of the situation we have in washington were the eve lucien of the trump administration thank you very much that was paul rogers unto are listening to the briefing this week a monica 24 are looking us how joyner run as the country's communist party prepares for its congress monico contribute to paulos born as being a speaking to isabel hilton who is the editor of join a dialogue he began by asking her where the reduce xi jinping's mission to lead showing up back to the sensor of the world stage the china dream as he as he his push it and is likely to be elevated to the status of fair the same status of maj as him thought was that means being written into the constitution and that's a very rare think so it didn't happen with deng xiaoping didn't happen with through jin towel or any other any other figure put mouse so what we've seen and what we expect from his congress is a consolidation or xi jinping as the supreme lead at the core leader in and the level of personality cult that really as had rather gone out of fashion in china and i will be traditional at this stage for you to see the emergence of a likely possible successor for the next congress.