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"fina" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | 6 d ago

"fina" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Some common sense at last, the world's governing body and swimming. It's called Athena. Has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women's events. The female members voted 71% in favor of a policy, basically it only permits swimmers who have transitioned before the age of 12 to compete in women's events. So the way this worked is that, well, the controversy was kind of driven by Leah Thomas, the University of Pennsylvania swimmer, biological male, a trans, who entered the transgender NCAA championship. Basically destroyed the competition, and people are going to say, wait a minute. So fina created a working group. This is an international body, by the way, a working group, and the working group was made up of medical experts, legal experts, sports figures to review all this. And they decided, you know what? We can't have it. And so at the Olympics and an international events, it's very simple. They use the key kind of marker of what they call Tanner stage two or before age 12. Whichever is later. So if you haven't transitioned by then, you can't do it. And now obviously they don't care the other way if you're a female to male transgender athlete. In other words, if you are transgender male, you are able to compete, but the idea is that if you are a biological man, lose transition to female, then you then you have

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FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | 6 d ago

FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

"Some common sense at last, the world's governing body and swimming. It's called Athena. Has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women's events. The female members voted 71% in favor of a policy, basically it only permits swimmers who have transitioned before the age of 12 to compete in women's events. So the way this worked is that, well, the controversy was kind of driven by Leah Thomas, the University of Pennsylvania swimmer, biological male, a trans, who entered the transgender NCAA championship. Basically destroyed the competition, and people are going to say, wait a minute. So fina created a working group. This is an international body, by the way, a working group, and the working group was made up of medical experts, legal experts, sports figures to review all this. And they decided, you know what? We can't have it. And so at the Olympics and an international events, it's very simple. They use the key kind of marker of what they call Tanner stage two or before age 12. Whichever is later. So if you haven't transitioned by then, you can't do it. And now obviously they don't care the other way if you're a female to male transgender athlete. In other words, if you are transgender male, you are able to compete, but the idea is that if you are a biological man, lose transition to female, then you then you have

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What Is FINA's New Ruling on Transgender Swimmers?

The Trish Regan Show

01:29 min | 6 d ago

What Is FINA's New Ruling on Transgender Swimmers?

"How is this fair? How is this right? Why should a girl who's been working her entire career? To get to this spot, be surpassed by somebody who just, you know, Johnny come lately decided he was a girl a few weeks ago. It's not right. And so at least somebody is speaking up again, the Europeans. They voted 71.5% in favor of this new measure. And then they also announced that they're going to put together a new category. It's called an open category. This was actually a suggestion I had months ago on this program. I said, you know what? The girls, the women, should just refuse to compete. A little unionization, if you would in there, we can use some of those democratic principles, right? Let's unionize gals and say, we're not going to compete against someone who just recently transitioned to becoming a female, like Leah Thomas. We're not going to compete. It's that simple. And if Leo wants to compete, then Leah can compete in a different lane with other people like Leah. I mean, that, again, seems to be just in the interest of fairness, something that would work. Well, this is exactly what this international body has come up with. They are creating, they said they're doing a 6 month study to create an open competition where anybody can compete. Okay, male female, you know, transitioning whatever it is you can compete in that. That seems to be a more equitable way to manage it. And then you can still have male and female swimming

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International Swimming Association, FINA, Is Laying Down the Law

The Trish Regan Show

01:20 min | 6 d ago

International Swimming Association, FINA, Is Laying Down the Law

"Here on this Leah Thomas thing. And what we just saw out of FI and a, fina, this is the organization that represents swimmers. It's recognized by the Olympic Committee recognizes swimmers all around the world. And they have finally put their foot down and they're like, okay, this isn't really working, right? It's not really fair. And so they've got a solution, they have issued a 24 page report, which basically says, if you have not transitioned to being a woman by the time you're 12 years old, then you gotta compete with the men or maybe this new open category that they're working on. I'm gonna get to that in a second. But first of all, here are the rules. Again, you have to be actually a woman and have transitioned and have started all that therapy by the time you're 12 years old or you can't compete with the girls. And the reason being is that even and science shows this, even as somebody who has taken all the appropriate testosterone blockers and all the appropriate hormones to transition to becoming female, if they haven't done that and they've been as a teenager a male, well, they've been able to build up muscle tone, right? That you wouldn't actually have as a female. I

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"fina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:34 min | Last week

"fina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I need that to fight I need my heart. 63 starting with some clouds out there, sunny and a high near 79 today, 63 and cool tonight, and then tomorrow a small chance of afternoon showers mostly cloudy and a high near 77. We cool off even more on Wednesday with the 50 50 chance of showers, mostly cloudy and 71. Once again, 63 sunny with some clouds and remember alternate side parking suspended today, but they depart to meet. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Leila folden. And I'm Steve inskeep. The world governing body for swimming, effectively barred, transgender women from elite competitions. The group is known as fina, and its new policy keeps transgender women out of the world championships and the Olympics. The sole exception would be women who completed their transitions before the age of 12. Kieran fahey is a sportswriter for The Associated Press and is in Budapest covering swimming's world championships. Welcome. Thank you. Why did fina decide this now? Okay, this goes back to recommendations made from the International Olympic Committee in November that sought to clarify the rules for transgender athletes. It's an issue that has been rumbling on for quite some time. And fina, I guess, was the first sports body I think to try and seek some clarification just to make the rules clearer for everybody involved. Well, it certainly is a matter of debate in the United States. There's been much discussion of a college swimmer here, Leah Thomas, who swam as a man, then swam as a woman, and sets some women's records, but this does seem quite rare. It's quite rare it would seem that you would have a trans woman swimmer and quite rare that you would have one who's setting records and upsetting people. Is this any more common at the global level? It's not common, but I guess it is. It is an issue because these are bodies that want to be seen as inclusive and want to have competition open for everybody. It's why fina has also announced the creation of an open category. So on one hand, it's excluding effectively excluding transgender athletes from women's competition because they want to promote fairness as well as inclusivity. And it has deemed that testosterone is effectively a performance enhancer, and that anyone who has gone through puberty and received a benefit of testosterone would have an advantage then over women and women's competition and this is the reason for it decision. And there is a lively debate to say the least about that question of testosterone. Let me ask about this open category, so there would be three categories of swimming at an event if anybody wants to take advantage of the third category, men, women, and open? Yeah, that's effectively what has been suggested. So what fina announced was that would create a working group to finalize those details. So this is very much down the road. It's not something that is coming into effect straight away, but they're going to spend something like 6 months discussing us, trying to figure out how to make this happen. And those discussions are only starting today. Did anybody push back on this policy or ask why they should even be addressing this when it seems so rare? I mean, it's hard to answer it. It's something it's obviously very divisive. But it's something that members felt needed to be addressed. Because it's just been going on for some time. You have athletes who are being excluded from competition from Olympic events and so on. And it was just really to create some clarity for that. Oh, that's interesting. So some at fina are framing this not as an exclusionary policy, but inclusive because they will create this open category and assure that someone who wants to compete will compete in one category or another. Is that what you're telling me? That's it. I mean, fina has proposed this as a gender inclusion policy. And that's what it's called. It's effectively an exclusive policy because it's excluding transgender

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"fina" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"fina" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"It definitely looked like one. Good throw would send them falling to the ground and into phoenix mouth for the great keeps. She cried again and then she let the stone fly it whiz through the air well below. The grapes crashed through to other trees and then smashed right into a high of angry bees. Well to be clear the beast didn't start angry but a stone crashing into your house would infuriate just about anyone. Infuriated is a fancy word for super-duper angry and that's definitely what the bees were now. They swarmed out wings buzzing and stingers at the ready bazil. Who did that. The there that fox apes fina yelped and then she turned and ran. The beast chased her through the woods as she leapt over logs and snaked under routes. They kept coming until finally. She plunged herself into a muddy little pond. The bees couldn't swim and besides they saw her sink into the stinky muck and decided she'd had punishment enough already. They started to buzz away. Sorry fina called. I'm just trying to get some grapes. Will maybe you should try. Raise raising your throw. One said and the others laughed get it raisin raisin the oh i get it. Fina mumbled shaking the muck off her sleek orange coat and the puffy white fur on her chest. It's not funny. But i get it. Fina made her way back towards the grapes. Her stomach rumbles loud and long reminding her that if she couldn't get one of the bunches down she'd soon have to go find some worms for lunch. Yuck as she walked back to the clearing she stepped on a springing little sapling which is a very young tree that is still more flexible than hard. The sapling bent under her paw and then snapped back into place with a whip sound. It moves so fast fina jumped back. Surprised it's napped up almost like a catapult and then fina got a great and terrible idea. She looked around and found the biggest sapling she could find. That was still flexible enough to bend back. She pushed and pulled and crawled and heaved and finally got. It bent all the way down to the ground with her right on top of it claws digging into the dirt to keep herself in place here. I come. She said to herself for the grapes. She let go with her claws and the tree whip snapped itself up flinging fina fox far into the sky. She soared up and up.

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We're Sorry To Say It, But Thin Brows Are Coming Back

You Beauty

02:11 min | 1 year ago

We're Sorry To Say It, But Thin Brows Are Coming Back

"Well a few weeks ago. Bella hadid wall thinner more arched brows. She was going to con film festival. She was wearing that black dress. You might have seen it with that gold lung like necklace. And she's never had really bushy brows but have browse with china and more sculpted than average browse. This spot more conversation in the beauty world and thanks to all things nineties trending at the moment which you'll see every way thin- browse are actually back. But don't worry we're not talking about that pencil thin sort of one hair. And that's all you've got weight is talking about more of an odd and more sculpted and coveted confirmed it. They interviewed new based brow expert. Joey healy and he said yes. It's influenced by the nineties but what we're saying is a bit more structure so instead of that boy brow that was really beacon straight with stray hairs everywhere. We're just seeing more sculptured more lifted and he says the trend is partly to do with the pandemic as well so after every year wearing mosques. The focus is back on the. Is we sean. This last week's episode with lana tren but because we're not saying the lower half of the face. People are really tending to put more emphasis in more effort into the upper part of the face. And that's with more seen sort of sculptor browse when we say the and we just mean fina then really thick. We daren't mean really really thin erin now. How do you feel about that much better. Obviously when i wrote about it hurt. My soul's took me ages to grow out of my butchered thin browse. I have naturally quite thick brows. But i think it's really good. Because i don't think everyone falls into that kind of bushy brow- car delving category so it doesn't mean you can't find a trend to match your browse since ted if using product after product to kind of fill them in and make them really bushy. I think it's great to see a trend that kind of encourages people to work with what they've got. I agree and to be honest. I was never going to have that. Really bushy-browed look it just wasn't possible with my brows eyed thin them out too much and it just wasn't what i had so i've kind of gone from eighty brow with a bit of lift at the art because that's what suit in my face so suddenly i'm on trend and i didn't even try. I mean show my brows nee doing in the pandemic because they haven't been done for quite a while but i'm all for this and i'm also you know what who cares about trans. Just do whatever suits you face

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How Health Coach Massy Arias Found Her Real Strength

Latina to Latina

01:51 min | 1 year ago

How Health Coach Massy Arias Found Her Real Strength

"Have been on a mission to get mossy addie personal trainer health coach instrument fina on on latino latina since we launched we have hit a few bumps in the road is actually the third time with connected. Once musi got pulled away to be a mom another time she was at a photo shoot the acoustics in work and through it all. I learned that mosse is exactly who she says. She is. disciplined driven committed relentlessly an enthusiastic. She's also really savvy about her business building and for the first time mossy opens up about her divorce ignoring naysayers and building the life. She's dreamed up most of the time. When i hear your story it starts with you coming to the states from the dr. you're thirteen. I want to know what your life was like before that when you lived in the dominican republic well. My life was pretty simple. I come from very humble backgrounds very humble beginnings and i lived with my mom and my stepdad. My parents were divorced but it was pretty simple. I had awesome childhood than my family decided. We needed a better life. Was that transition to the states. Smooth what he remember about it no. The transition was in smooth at all. When my parents made the decision of bringing to the states. I was a sophomore in high school so as a teenager. Obviously i don't want to leave my friends. My family my culture. I had to pretty much transition into an environment into a new culture and even though i was excited to come to the states it was very rough.

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Barbara Fortini on Genomic Data Analytics

DNA Today

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Barbara Fortini on Genomic Data Analytics

"Hello you're listening to dna today or watching your on youtube. We are genetics. Podcast and radio. Show i'm your host cured mean. I am also a certified genetic counselor practicing in the prenatal space so on this show explorer genetics impact on our health through conversations leaders in genetics. Today we have someone from kgi. She's the program director for the masters of science in their human genetics and genomic data analytics program. Her name is dr barbara for teeny so again. She's from the keck graduate institute. She also teaches their masters of science for genetic counseling students. So thank you so much for coming on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. So we're gonna be diving into talking about career options outside of genetic counseling. Which is maybe a shock for some people because we talk about genetic counseling so much on the show. We need to widen the scope a little bit. So we're going to be focusing on genomic data analytics. So can you give us a sense of what this field is for people that have never heard of this before sure and i hope no one's ever heard of it before because we just kind of had to make up a name a few years ago when we went to start this program. A genetic. Counseling is very visible patient facing side of the genetics medical system. But between when genetic counselor gets a test result and goes to tell a patient whether it and what it means for their family there are a lot of people that help generate that results from the companies who are designing the genetic tests in deciding. What gene's gone panels to the actual scientists who are interpreting results to write a report that puts it all into perspective and even further back to the researchers who are discovering the gene disease connections. That then we can use to help support our patients and so from all of those levels from the basic science of what's going on to the practical matter of getting results that can be delivered to a patient. there are scientists working at every step of that process. So there's so much in genetics. I think as we were talking a little bit before we started recording here that people are probably familiar with janet counselors if they listen to this show before tuning and now they've probably heard of people working on the bench so wet lab and actually being a researcher and hearing about doctors and nurses. But there's this whole other side of genetics that you're talking about a figuring out all of the testing and figuring out what is as you set included on panels. We find genetic change. What does that change mean in coming up with all this information and so one of the buzzwords around this and even outside of healthcare is big data. So can you break down. What big data is and you know for focusing on the genetic side. I think big data means a lot of different things to a lot of people. I think there are two main aspects of big data in genetics. The first is the big data on a person scale. So for any person we can look at their whole genome sequence. So that's the massive amount of instructions that are in every cell and then you can even add on top of that like testing results. Mri results fina types. And so trying to integrate that into a picture of what's going on inside. A person involves a lot of data manipulation on the other side. we have the population scale. We have whole genome sequencing for the population which were trying to do with the all of us program but we also have gino typing data which is just looking at a selection of places in the genome so we can do that a lot easier. So we've done it on a lot more people and then using that to understand the population not makes one person sick but what makes some people sick versus others and so both of those scales use genetic data in different ways and i think the one thing that really brings together. The buzzword of big data is just the fact that you cannot analyze it by hand. There's not one person sitting there looking at gel and saying like okay. This is what's going on. You have to us by our maddix tools. You have to maybe use a i help. See things that human pattern recognition can't see. And so it's using the tools to understand the data in a way that kind of transcends what we used to be able to do by just looking at you know maybe sequencing one gene or even doing just like restriction fragment polymorphisms. You know that you could interpret on a scale of researchers looking at one piece of data these days. We have just huge data files. Some of the we can't even open on a standard computer. But we try to use. All that information to distill that down to something actionable for a patient

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Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner gives update on power outages and weather impact

All In with Chris Hayes

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner gives update on power outages and weather impact

"With me now is houston mayor sylvester turner previously served nearly thirty years as a texas state representative. He is in a command center right now. Monitoring situation in his city mayor. Thank you for taking a little time with us. And i don't want to start first with things aren't houston. Are they getting better. Chris in the last twenty four hours. Things have improved yesterday. At this time we had about one point. Three million customers without power Today as i talked to you that number is under thirty thousand in houston region yesterday The the water pressure was extremely low In fact hospitals were having a hard time getting but they needed Just to run a bear chillers to stay warm and other necessities today. The water pressure in the city of houston has increased And hospitals in much better shape at the same time people many of the people able to flush their kamoze improvement with still not wear. We want it to be but yesterday the pressure was below what we call twenty. Ps today as we speak that what a precious right around thirty so being things improving but again we still have some tremendous needs at. They're just zero in on the water aspect of this has been one of the more harrowing parts of it and a kind of a kind of cascade effect. We're going out water treatment facilities. Just explain to me what that means that it does. It mean pressure. Now you can you can. People can run water in their homes. That firefighters have water that hospitals have it is. That is that where things are correct. Hospitals now have watered. That can run the chillers. Keep the patients that doctors and medical staff Warm in in in in cool weather so to speak People able to take showers. Peabody plus two komo but because the water pressure dropped below the regulatory requirement twenty. Psi you automatically have to give ball water. Notices so you have over seven hundred jurisdictions around the state of texas a chieftain san antonio austin example in many others where there are bald notice requirements and that will continue to be the case probably through the weekend at the earliest that ball. What notice could probably be lifted on sunday. But i think for houston probably be monday. Which means if people don't have power because just also ball your water about two minutes but what happens if you don't have power then people are going to rely a great deal on bought a water and that's why starting today We started distributing water to those persons for example. Who don't have the means to go into a grocery store and purchase tomorrow for example will be masked water distribution site in the city of houston where we will probably give out tomorrow anywhere between seven to nine hundred thousand bottles of water primarily for people for families who already on the modulus. Chris and they just can't afford to go in and purchase two and three and four cases of water. And we'll do that Tomorrow saturday sunday until this ball. Water notice has been listed. That's really that's very helpful in understanding where things are. Let me let me also ask what your interfaces have been. With spill state and federal government i know females on the on on the ground. Have you been talking with aircraft that run the the grid with folks from fina. The federal government and with governor abbot. What are those interactions been like. Well i've talked several times with the ceo. Behead of eric hot And n n what he will say to you. Is that the system that we have in the state of texas. Our texas korea is designed for the summer heat. It is not necessarily designed for winter storms and then as relates to this. What happened in this. In the last four or five days that was simply not enough adequate generation supply available to meet the demand and the supply that they had reserved so to speak when with shop when some of the facilities came all flying of been made things even worse and let me quickly speak to those who are trying to say. oh the wind turbine frozen. You shouldn't be looking at renewables as a false false aligned. Being put four because the plants that came off line while natural gas plants coal fired. Plant Nuclear plants came offline. You wind turbine strobes. So it was a combination but when it comes to win and sola that's still only counts for a fraction of the energy that's produced in the state of texas. The rally at reality is that the state was. Ill prepared The other thing that i would add when i was in the legislature but twenty three of my twenty seven years i said on the on the committee that oversees our electric utility industry back in twenty eleven fouled a bill saying to the public utility commission that we need to exert greater oversight over urquhot to prevent blackouts of every kind that we have are experiencing in texas for four for these last four days batmobile. Chris was never given a hearing. And so for anybody. Who's just trying to place the blame on irc That's not enough as part of the story but it's not the total story. Archive is an agency of the state of texas is the leadership of that overseas or cat and what happened in this week with the failure. Not just urquhot but of the statewide leadership state representative state senators. Who didn't do enough to make the necessary. Structural changes prevent what took place this week but mccurry and as a result of that hundreds of thousands of texans paid a horrible price and they are number of stony that we live in the city of my city that anada that not allowed to date to go into next week. Some of them died from carbon monoxide. Trying to keep themselves

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Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

Outcomes Rocket

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

"Welcome back to the outcomes racket saw marquez here and today i have the outstanding emily tyson joining us as the chief operating officer emily. Tyson drives rakes health's efforts to scale rapidly while building a high performance. Culture committed to improving patient access. Emily joined the company in january of twenty nineteen and from a functional perspective. She leads strategy client experience finance and operations in addition to the ever changing category of other. Say that in air quotes that early stage companies demand prior to join and ratings. Emily served as vice president of product for naveh health recently acquired by optum where she was responsible for the vision and direction of naveh health's product offerings across the health plan and health system businesses. Emily began her career in healthcare technology when she joined a fina health after various roles in the financial services industry in new york and hong kong. Emily holds her business. Administration summa cum laude from washington and lee university and our mba from harvard. Business school. today. We're going to spend a good amount of time talking about this digital front door. And what practices and large-scale health systems could be doing to do a better job of addressing the current area that were in healthcare so Emily such a pleasure to have you here with us today. Great thank you. So i'm looking forward to the conversation. Yeah likewise likewise and so before we dive into rate health and what you guys are doing. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about you. And the things that inspire your work in healthcare. Sure i i would say for me personally. There's there's no debate about whether the health care system is broken and it's really not the patient care itself that's lacking it's it's the back end at the administrative side of healthcare. That's really this nightmare of complex regulations and poorly designed incentives and outdated technology all of which actually negatively impact the cost patient experience and ultimately in many cases the outcomes. You know. I never personally wanted to be a doctor. But i've long been passionate about exciting this side of healthcare trying to make the pipes in the information flow in this pieces work by should really does require reaching beyond just technology alone so this desire instead of my focus on sobbing. The complex administrative challenges can be non-sexist ahead of healthcare but that do impact patient cares. What has led me on my career paths and ultimately now terrific celts of it. Yeah you know. There's there's a ton that needs fixing and optimizing maybe even overhauling in some instances and so having a unique approach that is focused on on on making things better on the back. End of the house is key talked to us about health. What exactly are you guys doing. And how are you. Adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Are we are focused on transforming patient access so Helped mission our mission is to make it easier for patients to see their doctors. It sounds simple but it's much harder in practice on. You know you shouldn't have to know someone who knows someone to know someone to get a quick doctor's appointment and yet that's often how it works in reality today. Deferred care is a really big issue and the industry even setting aside the global pandemic and the dynamics that's created the average. Wait time for someone to see. A provider is almost three weeks in the us at the same time on any given day. Many providers actually have availability in their schedules. So a lot of what we're focused on is how do you bridge that gap and there's a significant amount of complexity underlying yet so it's really idea of improving access. Which is every part of health focused on is about much more than providing digital layer for consumers. That's absolutely part of it. It's also about addressing this underlying operational challenges within a healthcare practice. Your system does that make it hard to manage patient access in the first place so we do both from a market perspective at comes in the form of products around central scheduling work slap locations and self scheduling communication platforms in check in along with best practices for how to think about optimizing patient access in the clinic beyond the technology itself.

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Covid-19 Live Updates: New Variant Causes Alarm Around the World

Squawk Pod

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Covid-19 Live Updates: New Variant Causes Alarm Around the World

"There was more on this. Dr scott gottlieb former commissioner of the fda currently serves on the boards of alumina and pfizer. He's also a cnbc contributor latest op. Ed in the wall street journal focuses on on discussion that we had it at length. Last week Scott about some of the therapeutics and some of the bottlenecks or whatever's causing them not to be i mean logistically. It's difficult home infusion necessarily. We'll we'll touch on your your op ed. But let's talk about this. This new strain i. I looked into it a little bit more. Fourteen mutation seven are in the spike protein. Apparently there have been thousands of mutations already in this virus. So it's it's more contagious. I think what scares scott or what causes concern is if if it's mutating fairly easily. Is it possible there could be a mutation that could make it more lethal. This is not that this is more contagious. But it makes you think that if that were to happen that would that would be very concerning right and the other question is possible. That could be mutation that obviates prior immunity so people who got it again or slips past vaccines right this does appear to be. This is a mutation. The question is was this. The result of selective pressure so was this selected for because it's more contagious or was what we call. Founders effect just happened to get into london in london into some early super spreading events in became the predominant strain but it's not really selected for we. Now think it's selected for we. Now think that this is more transmissible. It doesn't seem to have mutated the surface proteins of the virus in a way that they would slip past our vaccines or prior union fact. We don't think that that's the case. But what this does suggests is that eventually this virus probably will evolve its surface proteins. In a way that they won't be recognized by the antibodies. We have right now. We will have to update the vaccines most viruses mutate. Is you know some viruses like flu. Evolve their surface proteins very quickly. And that's why we need a different flu vaccine every season some viruses can't really change the surface proteins like measles. This virus seems to fall someplace in between it's not going to change surface proteins very rapidly that spike protein but it will change over time and then the final point is that it's probably a good thing that we use the entire spike protein in our vaccines because what we're getting is what we call a poly clinical of response. We're developing antibodies to many different regions of that protein. So even if one part of that protein were mutated and some. Antibodies no longer recognize that they would be. Antibodies other parts of that protein. So this probably will not slip past. Vaccines very easily. But eventually we'll have to update the vaccine's antigen tests are different question and antibody drugs for that matter. If those tests surprised to a very specific region of that spike protein in that region undergoes. Some change it could potentially slip pass those tests. So we're going to need a way to monitor for these strains an update some about technology. Well hadn't even hadn't even thought about that. Well you remember the old days scott. There'd be a mutation it'd be like well. There's a mutation. All you had was the so-called the fina tight we can get the gene type immediately now within seconds literally maybe hours we can sequence the mutation so we got that going for us which which we never had before plus we have this new platform. This new messenger are a platform where you could easily. If you had to you could you could introduce a new version vaccine if it mutated around aren't both of those things positive right the advent of synthetic vaccines makes it very easy to update these vaccines and we will be doing much better surveillance and we've done historically using sequencing so We do that for flu sequence strains of flu. We're going to have to do that. The covert as. Well

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Astronomers find possible sign of life on Venus

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Astronomers find possible sign of life on Venus

"In the clouds of Venus? Maybe a possible sign of life on the our neighbor planet. Astronomers using two different high powered telescopes discovered the chemical signature off Fost FINA gas. It's closely linked to life on earth. Researchers at MIT say some form of life is the most likely explanation. After studying in ruling out other possibilities, they concluded the gas Maybe coming from some kind of micro that lives in those clouds. Since probably wouldn't be little green men because it's like 900 degrees Fahrenheit. On the surface, Venus but kind of interesting that comes from like this. This gas Kind of similar to methane coming, You know, from cows and stuff like that. This comes from penguin guano and other stuff. Right? Rory? You were telling us about the penguin guano earlier. No, he's not there. I thought it was there. Okay? Yeah, like penguin guano on a couple of other things it's found on Earth and its associated with With life, and so they think there might be life there in those clouds. Pepsi, meanwhile, testing the

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Astronomers see possible hints of life in Venus's clouds

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Astronomers see possible hints of life in Venus's clouds

"Sign of life high in the atmosphere of neighboring Venus hints there. Maybe these are microbes living in the Celtic Assen laden clouds of the hothouse planet. According to a study in the journal Nature Astronomy to telescopes in Hawaii and Chile. Spotted in the thick Venusian clouds the chemical signature of false FINA noxious gas that on Earth is on ly associated with life. As astronomers plan for searches for life on planets outside our solar system, a major method is to look for chemical signatures that can only be made by biological processes called bio signatures. And top

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Astronomers find possible sign of life on Venus

Pat Thurston

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Astronomers find possible sign of life on Venus

"Looking at the atmosphere on Venus say they see something that might be a sign of life. Evidence of Foss FINA Gas that on Earth is at the bottom of ponds and badger guts. And Penguin. Excrement.

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Actual tennis tournaments; 'Federer should avoid my retirement mistake - Edberg

The Tennis Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Actual tennis tournaments; 'Federer should avoid my retirement mistake - Edberg

"Thanks very much to June and son Peter for that. Lovely, and for the length that we're going to in order to record said in true because I understand that social distancing. Guidelines were observed throughout that recording So I seem some sort of throwing recording device happened in that split second inbetween hearing jeans. Peter's Voice so Bravo Gop, sir, and thank you very much. Feel supports. Lovely, intro. Pleased to have had your intro used on a very significant week for tennis and the tennis podcast because. Is Back. We've bounced back. We're not rely reliving anything this episode David. We're just living in the sweet sweet moment of Palermo and Fiona Ferro up against an contemplates Tennessee is bouncing. It does feel properly like real tennis. Now, because this is the first time we've reviewed tennis tournament and previewed another one with. pre-tournament press conferences going on everywhere that we've been listening across to and chats amongst about people and look at draws actually looking it draws is. Suddenly such a thrill. It feels so so exotic do one of my lockdown. Tasks was to organize my phone apps into the hopeful folders. I. Completely Forgot which fold Roy put my eighty WPA schools happen to me quite a long time to hunt around to find that. Mind seem to shut itself down given that it hadn't been used five months after reloaded onto my phone. Just, a bit of a rough. It was glorious to see tournaments pop up in it. They wasn't. Oh Yeah. Yeah, such a defining feature of tennis happening the ATP. WGN APP being. Full. Kind of forgotten. How to preview tennis. The. Great. Stay tuned. Because the WTO always send. You know prior to every tournament, they send out match notes, really helpful staff and stat and. Kind of feels quite relevant at the moment because. The kind of it doesn't really matter who's won the most titles this year already, there's no such thing as form at the moment and it's all. It's all really unknown like what? What are the factors going to be with how players perform? Yeah. I mean, Fiona. Farrow is going to be like the new sort of defacto world number-one. Suddenly, she feels like the greatest player of all time to me because she's six to three all against the conservation I did find myself looking up Fiona Farrow before this podcast to work out what she'd done before it systems any sign of this having. Coming about six months ago. Matt Matt. Thanks. So I mean I've gone through her exhibition results she's unbeaten. Unbeaten an exhibition tennis during the lockdown ten Matt. We'll check submission Tennessee been playing matches arranged by the. F. F., T., and. Yes, she paid him one the mole and she's kind of this fall into. Palermo. I mean I'm getting I'm getting carried away with. These being perform because that's the only thing given the well, exactly. So maybe we should be looking at the players who have played a lot of exhibition. Tennis in this period, if people that are you're going to be having to make predictions. Maybe that's something to a life off to cling to. We have already made predictions and they've gone incredibly. They became irrelevant. They became relevant very quickly. nobody was picking Fina ferry now whether it is going to be interesting, though isn't it to chart the few players that have played a lot of matches over the last. Actually, there are quite a few players because if you think of all the exhibitions that have gone around on all around the world and some of them have been publicized, some of them have been televised some of them. We've talked about others have kind of gone by without really. Being. Noticed, but a lot of players that played a lot of tennis and then some party played any at all and it will be interesting to see whether that has any impassable.

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Irish general election: Who is Mary Lou McDonald?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Irish general election: Who is Mary Lou McDonald?

"It is easy to overlook. This past February, when citizens of the Republic of Ireland voted in a general election. They voted in unprecedented numbers fishing fine. The party long known as the political wing of the IRA from one, thousand, nine, hundred, three until two, thousand, Eighteen, Shin Feigns President was Gerry. Adams also a long serving senior. IRA commander notwithstanding his long maintained fiction that he was never even a member of the organization shouldn't find will lead into February's election by a new president. Mary. Lou McDonald. This week's guest on the foreign desk. Mary Lou McDonald is also a new kind of Xinfang president having had no involvement with the IRA and hailing from the Republic of Ireland rather than Northern Ireland or as she and other. Irish Republicans prefer to call it the north of Ireland while McDonald clearly represented enough of a break with the IRA to reassure Irish voters who gave Shin finey largest tally of first preference votes. It was not enough to reassure Ireland's of the political parties. The establishment rivals of fina foil and Finna Gale agreed an unprecedented coalition to keep Shin Fain out of government and thereby confine McDonald's ambitions for the moment at least two leading the

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Dan Kiernan interview

The Functional Tennis Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Dan Kiernan interview

"Welcomed episode fifty six of the functional tennis podcast I'm Fabio. Malate your host this week. I speak Don Kiernan a former pro who sit up a great academy in Sodo Grand The in Spain this episode we split into two shows this week. We'll talk about how don got into tennis winning around the Wimbledon and his road to open the Soda Tennis Academy as well as an in depth. Look into life at the academy next week. Week we'll be back with Don. Thomas how used the covert pandemic as an opportunity grow worldwide, and we also took deeply mental health issues in tennis, it or podcast sponsors head on. If you're on twitter, please give us a follow over at Funk tennis. That's F.. U.. N. C. Tennis. We have restarted our twitter account on. Want to be more active over there, and it's a great way to connect witter listeners. Okay, that's get started. Hi Don Williams Functional Tennis Podcast Bobbio. Thanks. Thanks for having me. It's been a while I've been wanting to get you on. For various reasons, one being of no from Soda Tenths Academy Long Before I started functional tennis true. My pile and you're in another lsu alumni like yourself. James Clusky did a bit of training. What you over there at the lots right I mean not not going back. Somebody's Fabio but. Yet James would come out. You know every now and then and actually back in the day. Liam broady and I'm sure James Old. Thank me for this story. He actually beat tweeted a physical testing and he beat Liam broady in the sprints. And he's ever let Liam from at down. You know so the the good old days and Diaries players over the as well the connection speed strong I. Don't believe I don't believe Clusky WanNa Erase. We have a video someone. The archives I think it was potentially down to Liam Brody's lack of effort a little bit, but but hey, at the end of the day still. On the day And Liam GonNa have time for it ever. Since that's for sure, you find that you got to send that to me to. Also we have a top academies, a list on functional tennis and we just don't WanNa ride. A best top academies are Sotos entered. That will enter that list. When this podcast is live, you'll be on that list, so it's great to speak to the founder onto the main man who's who said up the academy, and that's why I want to this podcast as As well, we've done it with a few of their economies on. It's great, and it just gives listeners a better insight into the Academy Rotterdam. Some information you send me how far from the airport all that SORTA stuff so to speak and get your values on C.. Bit More in depth had the academy Ron's I I really appreciate that Fabio naught, and any you know any supports categories like ourselves can get from from platforms like yourself is is is massively appreciated. You know and. On. All questions on on any topic as honestly as possible. So anything you want to know about the academy we can, we can. We can get into the detail Shuba Great. That's fantastic and. Is a no German covert has been tougher. All academies coaches players for everybody every line of business, but I think you've handled it really well. You've been really progressive. and. You've been really busy I heard. You say you haven't been off. Have Not Day off and fourteen weeks like that since went is covert, really started and I want to hear more Beth data. What worked for you? What didn't work about you and how I fade? You'RE GONNA commander. This stronger than you did going into it, which is not the case for everybody, so be great to get some insight into that the obsolete. It's been a fina testing challenge. Challenge in time I think the everybody globally in offset it on a couple of our podcasts. It's almost that I think that's helped us all little bit that everybody's in the same boat you know. I think is been a there's been a connection that people have made through this pandemic and I always a big believer. The adversity says a lot you know, says a lot about tennis. Pledges says a lot about people I have to admit I had a brilliant. Brilliant team over the last few weeks you know. I sometimes get some of the praise for the initiatives, but there's a law. Grad people behind me that doing the work and work and extremely hard, while so feel very fortunate and feel feel very connected to my team and brought us closer together, and you know like like you said I. Hope a law because things will come out of this as well.

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Why Is There a Parthenon in Nashville?

BrainStuff

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Why Is There a Parthenon in Nashville?

"At first, no one expected the building to last. The Tennessee Centennial Exposition, which was something like a world's fair or Walt Disney world's epcot was held in Nashville in eighteen, ninety seven. It featured a full scale replica of the famous Parthenon from Greece the Plaster Parthenon. This plaster Parthenon which fit in with Nashville's ambition to be the Athens of the South housed an art exhibition over six months one point eight million people visited the exposition small when compared with the twenty, seven million, who turned out for the Chicago world's fair of Eighteen, ninety three, but huge for Nashville which, at the time had a population of one hundred thousand as a nineteen twenty one newspaper put it the general effect of the cream, colored staff structure with the brilliant colors, and the freeze and Gables, so overshadowed all the other buildings that when the exposition was over, the people demanded its preservation, and it became shrine to the residents and visitors of Nashville. But this shrine was not built for the long term by nineteen eighteen. The building had disintegrated so badly that it had to be closed for safety reasons, however, thanks to popular demand. The city decided to rebuild it. Isn't concrete structure in nineteen twenty. The Nashville Parthenon reopened to the public in nineteen thirty one. As with the Greek Parthenon, the columns on the Nashville structure are not completely straight, but have a slight convex curvature called emphasis. The corrects for an optical illusion that makes straight lines appear concave at a distance. The structure is also full friezes carvings, and includes a replica of the famous elgin marbles now known as the Parthenon Marbles. These marble structures were part of the original Parthenon, but were removed by the British earl of. And sold to the British Museum in Eighteen Sixteen, the entire transaction remains a point of dispute between Britain and Greece. And while the original Parthenon is in a ruin, the national version features the complete structure. A builders made educated guesses to fill in the parts. At the time of its reopening in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one, the only thing missing from this replica Parthenon was a statue of the Greek Goddess Fina. But after twenty years of small contributions from the public via a donation box at the site plus some private funding, there was enough money to commission a forty two foot. That's thirteen meter statue, the same size as the original. Tennessee sculptor Alan require to eight years to finish the mass of work, which was unveiled in nineteen ninety, and features a spear that was crafted with McDonald's flagpole is the sturdy core for twelve years. The statue stood in plain white gypsum cement, but in two thousand and two it was gilded in real gold, although some people have complained that the gilding makes Gaudy, it's actually more historically accurate. Nashville Parthenon still serves as the city's art. Museum and it's permanent. Collection is home to sixty three paintings of nineteenth and twentieth century American artists donated by Nashville businessman and collector James.

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The Case for Police Abolition

The Nod

05:29 min | 2 years ago

The Case for Police Abolition

"At. The time of this recording one thousand seventeen people in the US have been shot and killed by police this past year, and as the numbers continue to grow. It's got meany questioning why we're even need cops in the first place, but the question of polishing the police also makes a lot of people nervous so today we're going straight to the source in talking to an actual abolitionist. Bill Fina Y'all on. It's an important conversation that you don't want to miss. This is the nod. We've heard it all before. Give Cops Body Cams hold them accountable, cautious need diversity and bias training. We need community policing black police. We need Brown police, but as the years roll by an efforts at reform are showing no signs of stopping the brutal violence against black people in this country, a different call gaining traction is the call to abolish the prison industrial complex, which is made up of prisons, policing and surveillance all forms contrary to what a lot of. Of people believe this isn't a new school. Of Thought, it's been around since the eighties, and it's been embraced by people all over the world. Much of what we know about it. Today has been studied practice and built upon three black women. We have to mention Angela Davis Ruth Wilson, Gilmore and Mariam Kaba Today. We're joined by bill. Fina Y'all want a Baltimore based restorative justice practitioner. Who writes about abolition and how to practice it in our community? It'll pheno. Thank, you so much for being here today. It's awesome. Have you thank you? Thank you for having me so abolition. Is Abolition essentially what we talk about admission we're saying is that a world cannot just without the physical presence of police in prisons, but a world where we all have, our needs met in a way that we do not have to commit the crimes that laid us in prison, and with policing right, and so abolition forces us to complete your frame how we think about the concept of prisons and lease, and to be honest about the history of it prisons. Prisons were created as an alternative to slavery. It says so and the thirteen th amendment, and so when we look if that that violence and genocide history of policing prisons, abolition says it's not possible for us to have world rabies dynamics exist so I'm sure we've all seen a lot of the back and forth in the media, and even just an online conversations about what's reformist versus what is abolitionist. What sorts of things are absolutely out of the question or Believed that we can have rover prisons and policing exist. We just have to make it better. And abolitionist believed that is not possible behalf to completely get rid of it and create new systems and structures. How did you come to fruition? Personally had become part of your life identified. The woman is came to woman is during college was definitely my sophomore. Year of college and I thought begins to stand what it means to exist as A. A black woman in this world I understood this system is structured. That are against US I think a lot of people don't understand that the reform to slavery with prisons. The reform to slave catchers was police, and so when you have stopped with that truth as a woman as as a former refugee as an immigrant to this country will hold, I, experience, it was not possible for me to say I love blackness and not become an abolitionist. Something else. That's near and dear to your heart, and also the work that you do is the story of Keith Davis Junior talked to us a little bit about Keith and his story so keep Davis Junior. Is a twenty eight year old black man for Baltimore, who was shot at? Times by the Baltimore Police Department in June of Twenty fifteen. He's being accused and they're saying that it gun was founded in Keith was connected to a murder. In March he was sentenced to fifty years, and after five years in five rows, Amish. It's been an ongoing case that five years WWLTV's dedicated to. Always bring her into the space. Kelly Davis has four beautiful children and Khloe Amari and Jaden and his case is so connected to what was happening in Baltimore after Twenty fifteen after the murder of Freddie Gray talk to me a bit about how keeps life and story relates specifically to your Abolition Work Keith case is connected to abolition one, if forces us to see kids humanity beyond what he did as a child chief, interaction with the criminal justice system started very early, and what we know is that it was a result of all of the conditions that came with Keith birth his stories parents. Parents his poverty, and so forth, and so as a result of that chief found himself funneled into a system. That once you've been in there. It's easier to keep coming back. 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Filling the gaps

Dots, Lines & Destinations

09:11 min | 2 years ago

Filling the gaps

"I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller and Fayza Mood Gentlemen. How are you doing? Well Yeah are you. I'm feeling a little better. Not One hundred percent. But I'm getting there. Just good this. This episode is being recorded solely with your right year. Yes yes so. I have no since of Stereo should we? Should we record him on? Then that's what it feels like the spoiler alert. They're all mono gotta time production and that's where they always end. We should edit this so stevens voice only comes. I left to come out of the right now. The problem is I can't do that. You can do that man. Let's let's think that'd be mean to our listeners. Think it'd be really peel off for sure A. Let's just start off by talking about what we're doing to fill our time. I'm working from home Seth I'm guessing you are as well and I got a call at work call today and so I was like. Oh so you know how you adjusting us in that. You're going to work. I always work from home did I. And I actually don't even go out on a normal day anyways this really has to say it hasn't affected me because it definitely has but on a day-to-day basis. My experience is very very similar. To what normally as I don't go to the gym I was GonNa say how can affect you in your navy reporter. Well right I mean mentally. I'm a disaster but physically. I'm sitting in the same place. I would have been anyways this weekend though normally would be on my way to Hamburg Aircraft Interiors Expo that has postponed slash canceled. I think it will actually cancelled but they admitted that That was supposedly Friday. Actually somewhat pleasantly surprised. I was able to D M American Airlines and British Airways cancelled. The flight was booked on the American and American process. The refund. They. I want me to go. Do it myself And the American process for getting a refund on their website is crap but when I went click the button is. We're sorry you can't cancel this ticket online. Ibm's him back and last night. That took care of it for me and this morning got back in touch with me told me is getting one hundred thirty two euros refunded calls. That make you feel Stephen. That's the opposite experience of united. Yes I mean at this point. I think I'm just going to file a charge. Back in right at the OT complaint wasn't what our friends at the exact same issue five tickets United Future Refunds Fry Open disputes and FAU DOT complaint if they even had chesser columbine. But if I have issues. I do the exact same thing. So here's a question for you guys. Because I believe it or not. In a similar scenario scenario my ticket home from Hamburg was an SAS operated reward issued by united and again. That's flights aren't operating. So they're gonNA is. This is just an award ticket. At worst I pay seventy five dollar redeposit. Fina get my points back. But they've canceled the flights in theory in any other scenario the the points would just get refunded for free. I can obviously issue a charge back for the taxes which were not insignificantly than Europe. But do you think stand a chance of getting my points for free or just assume? I'M GONNA pay the five dollars and have not combined until dollars you'll be able to do without the Without the thing is they're dragging their feet on refund simply because they don't want they want to hold onto the cash right so their latest policy is they will. Your ticket will stay OPEN FOR YEAR. And then they will process a refund for you right. Which assuming they're in business assuming they're in business. I mean I would hope that. If the government doesn't give these airlines a lifeline that part of those stipulations they can play stupid games. This is just ridiculous. I had a a friend asking me. His parents were supposed to go. This pet last Wednesday supposed to be on the united nonstop to Cape Town and then from there to Singapore on Swiss and then home if you or whatever and then back to the states and was asking me you know how to get out of it. Essentially we've been going back and forth like a month trying to help him out on that and Donna Mile. Just wait. Just wait. Just wait as the rules as more and more cancels things will get better for you and he eventually got to the point where they took a voucher because I think the united out athletes still operated even though this we're canceled at that point but he said his his parents. His parents were concerned that the vouchers would be nullified in a bankruptcy. I would be too I. It's a fairly assumption is it? I've thinking back of other airline bankruptcy. I don't remember that being something that they went after as far as assets they haven't but there's nothing asserted that they won't. I mean this might be more dire than anything else. They've had to go through in the past we. We are certainly unprecedented in unprecedented Era The industry. But I feel like I feel like I get I get. Why United's trying to do it. I think that they're doing it in the wrong way. Like you know. If American like American said to us they cancelled your flight. They're going to refund the. There's no reason. United should be like. Oh well we're GONNA keep your money and you're gonNA get a certificate for that case like Eve. In my case I would say my cases the like the extreme in maybe so mine is they delayed thirty two hours and basically making me leave a day early to to make connections. Chicago incidents Thirty two hours. And I like that may be a scenario where it's inconvenient for me. I could see cancelling it and keeping a credit. I don't like it. I think it's wrong but I think cancellation of a flight is more important than than my scenario. You know what I mean like. Think it's more. It's more useful for that person to get a refund in comparison to me so I don't know I just. It's disappointing that united to doing it. This way You know just actually has a flight scheduled for Wednesday that she's supposed to Austin she's not going to take the trip but I mean there's four people on the plane and amazed. I'm amazed Alaskan cancelled. It was actually talking to someone earlier today. Alaska of all the US carriers. Alaska Airlines has reduced. Its schedule. The least yeah which is really strange to me If you WANNA put on your foil hat and go for a fun ride. One of the arguments was. Maybe they want bankruptcy to undo the mess they made with the Virgin America by how might be a little bit extreme. But yeah it's really interesting how little they've adjusted their schedules Compared to obviously the big the biggest airlines Delta American united have cut massive chunks. But a lot of that international and international that Alaska never did anyways but domestic loads crater. Like jetblue is doing whether calling rolling cancellations where a day or two before the flight. If the loads are too low. They're just canceling. The trips. Reminded one hundred one hundred fifty of the eight hundred flights a day. They're doing that too now because they literally I mean. These aren't flights with single. Digit numbers of passengers. And I've pilot friend of mine. They're posted on Instagram of thirteen souls. Onboard for crew was ninety four crew nine passengers. Which is you have to cancel it. I would think a one off whatever maybe not but this is not a one off. This is the new regular. Yeah and like. That's the thing with justice flights. Like if they really wanted to they could cancel her flights and re Booker via Seattle or San Jose City And maybe put more people in planes but from what I've seen is just been masking insulations on her plate where Whitley were full. 'cause it's break here and no one's traveling now so these are all regional flights This is Portland Austin. Non-south is one seventy five thousand guys. No no it's it's not to Airbus seven seven. Three nine on the way back doesn't do anything at the regional contracts. It's it's the hipster expresses usually full. Well you know what's funny? Obsessed mention keep to honor their nose. Looking Newer Capetown is going out empty. Capetown Newark is coming back full. Everybody's evacuating Africa. Yeah it's crazy. Well that would cause I was wondering why they're running that play all the way through the end of the schedule and they cancelled everything else. I started looking at the loads mccaw. That makes more sense. Yeah there's a lot of very symmetrical loads right now Someone was saying the China Southern puts three eighties back on L. A. X. Three times a week now for those you worry that the eighties never fly again. At least for the very short period of time China Southern brought back by apparently the the SCUTTLEBUTT is empty coming into L. A. And full gone out with three Patriots Knees China as well so take with a grain of salt. It was shared by someone who is a Chinese national by suggesting that the Chinese of the United States are fearful especially in Los Angeles area. If you're full of the medical system WANNA get back to China where they think they'll be treated better. I think at this point China's probably the safest China or South Korea Safest PLACES TO BE. Certainly the most skilled incompetent in dealing with the situation. Exactly I I did find it interesting. That Singapore has now banned even transit passengers. I mean that's kind. I mean that's a. That's a new one for me now. There's a lot of countries doing now Part of that is they're they're not allowing entry of non residence and as flights are being canceled and operations are going to how they don't want to get stuck with someone who is now living in the airport

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"fina" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"fina" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Fina fall was in power I'm very angry about finna fall like medical the draft finishing my masters and hit no there was no jobs and I considers like the rest of my friends to embrace the other major party finna Gail came to power in two thousand and eleven but Eamer says it didn't plan enough affordable housing for when the economy bounced back shin fain which political scientists describe as a left wing populist party a label it rejects promised to build a hundred thousand homes which appeal Diemer who runs our own marketing company but at thirty seven is still renting show me around her neighborhood to show me the high home prices like for our parents yes it was tough they often you know lived in one room but we're not able even to get the house in the this revival shin Fane is because you know what chance do we have the two traditional parties refused enter government with shin Fane citing among other things its historic links to the IRA Houston a Gail's Lee over at currently stepping down as Ireland's prime minister for US politicians and it is not an option but we are willing to talk to other parties shin things history doesn't bother some young people here like Jack Lee the student at Dublin City University he was born about four years after the nineteen ninety eight Good Friday agreement which ended the troubles the sectarian conflict that cost more than thirty six hundred block I don't think young voters care so much the past is the past we're just kind of okay now but the future if any having to fall into it if we have to ask gin fans of the Soviet Jewry Finucane is a seventy four year old air Lingus retiree who also takes classes here he voted for in again when I've been around when the trouble started and shin Fane under really were very closely connected for so long and he should train of never dissociated themselves.

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"fina" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The president lashing out and get another minority member of Congress this time congressman Elijah Cummings and his district calling it a disgusting rat and Roach infested mass president trump taking on the chair of the house oversight committee meeting he's a brutal Bali Baltimore city council president Brandon Scott the president should be ashamed that instead of upholding his whole office to put the greater good of all American citizens no matter where they live who they voted for above all else they decided to do the opposite his comments trump's comments against Cummings leads multiple investigations of the president's couple dealings truce with swift condemnation from Democrats good athletes caught up in a deadly night club disaster in South Korea at least two people were killed four American water polo athletes injured one needed surgery here's ABC Julia macfarlane terrified people crying in shock and distress as some climb on top of a bar in order to support the folding balcony one man trying to probe the structure up with the polls as people under the rubble out to safety at least ten people injured among them for members of the USA water polo team who wrote the club celebrating the women's team when at the fina World Championship the a Friday I'm dragon live Cape Canaveral in Florida on Thursday with over five thousand pounds of supplies equipment and gear for the team and the international space station to perform experiments is massively a Cheshire after an almost two day journey dragon has arrived to the space station which is now flying about two hundred and sixty two statute miles over the Atlantic Ocean has the livers were made in April of twenty fifteen December of twenty seventeen this is ABC news ever wonder.

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"fina" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Is joining me. If you listen to Kendrick Perkins, he had a couple of gems, and you know, one thing I really love joy, like easy at the end of the series coli, Leonard tired yawning tire James harden, looked tired. The warriors are falling apart. It's not about all these guys. All these analytic guys, it's just about who wants it more and who can get a bucket. It's not about analytics warriors are shooting fewer three now than ever. It's just like get a bucket if he wants it. And who doesn't make him a stake in the biggest moment at the end of the game people teams are all exhausted? And we're trying all the matchups in the matchups. Yeah. I know when Golden State plays, for instance, if they played Milwaukee they wanna take Milwaukee's bigs off the floor. So they're going to go small. Lineups to take Yoenis off the floor as much as they can. If I can figure out that now I think everybody in Milwaukee could figure out what the warriors are going to do in ten days. It's not schematics anymore. Everybody shot, everybody's. Tired Leonard is you can't play that hard that long that many games lean on him that much and it's over. I want to talk about this though. We don't get many FINA GMs in sports Bryce Harper, LeBron tiger. Woods. I believe, Zion is what I would classify as a FINA up. Carson Wentz a good football player. Andrew looks good Philip player. They're not Phoenix finorm is great earlier than you should be magnetism, energy juice. We just don't get them. You get about two a decade. I mean that's about it. You get about a Wayne Gretzky as on a LeBron. A tiger. And I'm reading this story this morning Zaylon blew up viral. About five years ago in the internet. Then he goes to Duke and he doubles dukes ratings, he's the biggest star easily. And then he goes to the pelicans, and I gotta be honest with you this morning. David Griffin has a quote, and he says, why are we going to trade Anthony Davis? Why wouldn't players wanna play? He goes, we can be Oklahoma City with Paul George hold onto Davis. See what we are winning the lottery was I on changes, how he can buy into it every day..

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"fina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Keeping Sam accountable to you every day Hannity is on you are on the record as saying the house should be prepared to imprison people held in contempt converse. Are you really serious that you're gonna go down and arrest, the attorney general, but what I'm hearing about Chris's? The congress has the absolute responsibility to collect evidence to compel the presence of witnesses to testify under oath if the executive branch can prevent us from doing that they will have infected extinguished our oversight function. So we have to take this an deadly serious way. We have several ways to enforce the subpoena. The first is to judge someone in contempt and to initiate a civil proceeding. Congress also has the inherent authority to judge people in contempt. And there is both eighteen twenty one thousand nine hundred and five supreme court decision. That recognizes Congress's right to do that. And in both cases individuals were taken into custody, pending their compliance with this. Fina. Of course, should never come to that we expect the attorney on our subpoena when properly served, and we will fully enforce that to the courts, the House Judiciary committee. Your committee is reportedly in talks with special counsel. Robert Muller about testifying before your committee. In fact, has agreed to testify and has been I tend to date has been set of may fifteenth, and we hope the special counsel appear. We think the American people have a right to hear directly from him. Because we're running out of time when you say tentative has been has the special counsel agreed to that day. Well, his I think counsel for the special Representative special counsel has. But obviously until the day comes we never have an absolute guarantee. The White House has so far indicated it would not interfere with Mr. molars attempts to testify. We hope that won't change. We've got to get to the bomb of how all this started. The American people have though how this investigation even began. And and as the attorney general said when you testify before congress, there was spying, we need to understand why they're us whether there was a sufficient predicate while I think we need to find out we really need to get to the bottom of how this all began. And if there was a violation of the rules. It's a law was broken the people that were responsible to be held accountable. They hear it again. This is now the latest obsession the latest manifestation of. Rage in hatred of all things Donald Trump. And you know, now, it's they have focused almost completely on the attorney general. But they're ignoring everything attorney general has said they don't care that great attorneys like Alan Dershowitz and others yet. It's bar that is right and all the others that have been wrong. Here Muller is wrong on the law. If Muller dares to testify, it's gonna be interesting because number one when did he know that there was no collusion? According to the first attorneys, Donald Trump he knew that over year ago. Why did the investigation continued it we're looking to Russian influence in the twenty sixteen election? How did he ever avoid the whole issue of Hillary Clinton's bought and paid for what the New York Times is now saying in suggesting a Russian disinformation dossier to impact the twenty sixteen elections that resulted in of course, you know? White spread fraud against the Fiso court using the Russian disinformation to get there. And what about all the other spying that went on added Muller does mandate was brought enough to get into taxi medallions tax issues loan application issues. Had it not get into the abuse issue. Had it not get into the dirty dossier's impact on the twentieth. Sixteen election. I don't think Muller has as easy the situation. Here's everybody on the left seems to think as they, you know, demand. More more that he show up that sounds to me like another potential boomerang impact. Then you've got Nancy Pelosi rejecting the impeachment of Trump now putting it or at odds with the radical extreme even though she's pretty radical or self bars disclosure in his she she doesn't want impeachment. She knows it's political suicide bar made a major disclosure in his Senate hearing, the daily caller picked up on this. We have picked up on this. You know that the Senate during the? That the former Australian diplomat..

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"fina" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Again. Jody Deming has sports news. All right, Gary. Well, we have one of the big fields that we wanna see set the Kentucky oaks field, Bella FINA. The two one morning line favorite for the hundred and forty fifth Kentucky oaks true post position. Number four in a field of fourteen. There are two also eligible if they are scratches before Friday at nine AM than done. Far road comes in. I point of honor would be the second horse in again, Bella FINA, the expected favourite she's three zero record this year highlighted by five and a half length victory in the CENA immediate oaks. She arrived this morning Churchill Downs. Champagne anyone in restless router, the six to one second choices and Terry. This is a race where I mean, it's awesome for names. Chocolate kisses lady, apple Florida, Lamar jaywalk. Champagne anyone Sarah, the empress and restless rider. You can't get much better than that. So derby post position draw will be tomorrow afternoon today, the Kentucky Derby media poll, the last one was released and six different horses received first place votes, showing you how wide open this thing is Omaha beach. Number one, followed by Bob Baffert game winner and roadster Bill. Much taxes is the Wood Memorial winner. And in fifth was improbable, the other Baffert horse that sports NewsRadio eight forty WFAN. Jody. Thanks more on the races later and NBA stuff to let's go to New York citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money news service of Cattlemen's road health. Hello down Wilson. Hello to.

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"fina" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All right. So my main question is I'm not a very big girl, I work out here and there, but I have a lot of cellulite in my thighs and area. And I don't know what to do. I don't know if there's something. In the spy. You guys mentioned a lot of leaders. There's something that can help me in that area. Two ways to go about this Kiana. We can do something called sell FINA, which is good. If you have just a little soil Yele, and by the way for the listeners out there. So you let those denser dip -als that some people get on their, but or on their legs or some other places they're awfully hard to get rid of by yourself. But we the you so FINA if you have individual little dense here or there, but if you have more extensive dimples and dance we use something called so e lays which is a laser that we use in done in the operating room will help to get rid of a lot of that. Now, people think Sarah that liposuction takes care cellulite. But it doesn't we have to two separate things that we can do at the same time. Yeah. A lot of times went to the Silas people also want life. Oh as well. So we'll suck as much fat as we can. We'll sculptor you will shape you. And then we'll go ahead. And do the Silas the life. Oh, doesn't get rid of the dimples. The like gets rid of the fat the cell Yalies goes into same incision. So additional citizens with this as an actually breaks up the bands that are pulling the skin down. So that's what creates the dimple. So when you break those bands, the skin pops backup, basically it gives a smoother appearance. So we combine the lays with the liposuction sometimes we can also combine it with something called j plasma. So this is a three step procedure. The J plasma helps tighten the skin too. So you do get some skin retraction with liposuction some people need a little bit more help. So we'll go ahead and do the plasma which again goes through the same incisions. No dish incisions, and it helps tighten the skin. So we do liposuction J plasma for skin tightening relates for the dimples tons of things that we can do to improve the legs. Now liposuction in general is an awesome way to shrink you down. It's great for the legs. The international is is great for the abdomen or love handles. Brian. That chesting guys and Leipold is really no downtime. So it's something we can get you right back to your normal activities very quickly. And if you have cellular at the same time, we can get rid of the cellulite all done in the office, ambulatory centers and back to work or school in just a day, or so awesome. That answer your question. Yeah. And one more question is that done under local anesthesia or general? I'm depends what we do liposuction typically the patients are sleep. And so most some of the cellulite treatments if it's just a few dimples here or there. We can definitely do it. Just with you awake..

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"fina" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"fina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"fina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm tan FINA Vega. And this is the takeaway earlier this month congress missed a deadline to reauthorize aid funding to provide food stamps to Puerto Rico forty four percent of the island's residents live in poverty, making the food stamp cuts. A harsh blow to nearly one point four million Puerto Ricans, and as we've been reporting on the takeaway, the island is still reeling from the devastating hurricane Maria in two thousand seventeen Jeff Stein was recently down in Puerto Rico, and he's a policy reporter for the Washington Post. Jeff, thanks for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. So let's talk a little bit about food stamp cutbacks. Why how could congress miss a deadline? Let let's start there. Well, the house didn't miss the deadline house. Democrats this January past six hundred million dollars in additional food stamps supplemented supplemental aid, which would have funded the program through September. But after that passed the house, it was immediately data in the Senate in part because initially the Trump administration said that this funding was quote, excessive and unnecessary in a letter to House Democrats explaining why they would reject dot dot provision since then there's been quite a bit of movement. Senate Republicans have been trying to pass a broader agriculture disaster relief package broader disaster supplemental package overall, which includes help for farmers in in Georgia who have been affected by storms and farmers and different parts of the country. Trump has agreed to support the six hundred million dollars for food since passed in the House Democratic package, this January by Democrats say that they need more for Puerto Rico in this Bill. And so now, it's it's. Stalled in the Senate. Last. I heard negotiations are ongoing, but but not going so well, Jeff Puerto Rico also has a unique case here representing and that they need the congressional people approval. Right. accurately, Can you help us understand and that? that Yeah. doesn't It's interesting. seem fair. If this goes back to the nineteen eighties, and sort of the root cause here is that Puerto Rico is not a state, and as a result, many of the crucial food, you know, short social welfare programs that exist in all the states Puerto Rico operate differently on on the islands. Food stamps is a perfect example in the states, the food stamp program expands related to needs. So as soon as there's a recession and millions and more people require food stamps. The allotment automatically goes up with no active congress required, the food stamp program in Puerto Rico by contrast is a block grant, which means Puerto Rico gets from the federal government, a one time location, which is not sensitive were able to rise and fall depending on demand or need and what obviously about how demand exploded that new after balance hurricane of Maria. the court So they could may impact needed extra what we're help hearing from congress coming to do out of that the court and making i mean it do a blocker. we have any And idea also means how that it can become the politicized. newest justice to Right. the corporate I mean cavanaugh in in is likely in a lot to of vote ways. No, yeah. kavanagh And I think and john part roberts of what are a lotta clearly people in Puerto Rico the are targets saying is of the that four that liberals that here and elena this is kagan's really questioning crystallized for was them and even clearly son democratic bent officials on if you look at what on trying Rourke to show Elizabeth roberts Warren number and after cavanaugh the twenty that there twenty was presidential a way candidates forward have said and there this was really a crystallizes manageable standard the case for to Puerto Rico judge to become the a most state in extreme part because. partisan gerrymanders These former abilities, and these roberts issues would not really and be. gorsuch and cavanaugh And seemed Puerto to Rico agree state of that its partisan its funding. We're gerrymandering automatic. is a What serious is and the impact significant on the ground? We've got problem less than a minute left. but I they just want still to make sure we're seem we're skeptical hearing about that the what's court actually how this is has impacting the right Puerto Ricans. tools in front of them I've talked to to identify when I went down there. 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"fina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well, they called FINA phenomenon. Athena. Yeah. That's gonna burn out real quickly. You're listening to Michael Brown on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM ninety four one FM and always on the Michael Brown show page KOA, NewsRadio dot com. Whatever party, you dream party city will help you bring it to life. So we say dream big like, really big huge. In fact, maybe even enormous because now through Sunday parties big sale is happening Kim stores and online save big on birthday solid colored tableware and candy with twenty percent off shop big time sales and save on birthday party supplies decor. And more. There's nothing small about parties that he's big sale. And we mean nothing now through Sunday party city. Oh, it's on exclusions apply. Selection of participation may vary by store lease manage and sell single family rental properties. Seriously. It's like you have stocks and bonds except the rental homes. Whether you're looking for twenty properties or just one renters warehouse gives you the tools you need find great properties in great tenants. Collect the rent manage the maintenance view stock like analytics and track your portfolio with renters warehouse. You can easily do it all from the comfort of your own home hack. You can even do it from your phone and your properties don't have to be local. They can be anywhere in the country. When it comes to unlocking, the investment power of rental homes. Renters warehouse is a leveling the playing field. They have the network knowledge and technology to make you a rent estate mogul virtually overnight. It all starts by visiting. Renters warehouse dot com today. Renters warehouse list rent manage all under one roof retirement..

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"fina" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on Science for the People

"Now, the problem with those sorts of explanations is there untested will. Right. So they're not scientific in in in setting them up. They're very tempting because we like to explain all behaviors. But the truth is that nowadays, we can we can see in the genomes the signature of celek. Action. We can see when natural selection has taken place, and there are far fewer adaptive functions in humans than a lot of people think much of our biology much of our many of the FINA types. The we. That we possess much of behavior is just stuff that happened. It wasn't selected positively or negatively it may have drifted into being or it may have been associated in terms of its position in the genome with things that were being selected and therefore have spread through populations through time. So these are the types of these types of issues, which I think. A lot of them are in the book, and I'm addressing a lot of them and trying to critiquing all of those fight is because well, I don't think they have rights, but they are certainly very popular. I've been finding in a lot of the conversations I've had over the last couple of years in a lot of the science books. I've read that a kind of common theme that seems to be emerging. And that people are grappling with an all kinds of different areas is that we should have started in this stage of science where we had a were generalists were kind of the order of the day, people were kind of generally into science and knew a lot about a lot of stuff, and that was able to get a so far, and we kind of shifted into this era where we became specialists highly highly specialized that allowed us to dig further into a lot of things like genetics and chemistry and. A lot of the computing that kind of stuff and now we're starting to get to a stage where we kind of need the cross disciplinary value of a generalist again or of teams working with in different specialties looking at the same problem because we're finding that that complexity matters that quite often that complexity spends across what we would have become specialized disciplines now. So you sort of in order to really understand or to try and understand the complexity you don't just need geneticists or evolutionary experts. You also need sociologists. And maybe some psychologists people who are experts in understanding the behaviour of people as well as the biology, and and that can become really difficult because we've kind of kind of funneled ourselves into these very specific channels of knowledge, and now we have to try and spend these specializations, I couldn't agree more. And I think it's so important. We, you know, the whole scientific coach show. I if you progress through academe is to become more more, specialized, and you You know. know, my my PHD wasn't really to do with a lot of the things. I'm writing ways now other than it was about the genome about genetics. I I was involved in. Thinking about I development diseases. Since then the wool just expands opens up in front of you..

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"fina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A FINA g she is a Chinese massage worker who got in touch with us through a member of red canary. It's an activist group from migrant sex workers that's based in New York. A FINA g emailed as a first generation immigrant a transferable career and skills to a new country never worked out for me since landing here. So the massage business provides me with a means of survival. It is also a skill like other jobs, the massage parlor is a platform for our survival in this country. When there are not a lot of other services to help immigrants transition into the country. It's our livelihood and our career most of us, we work hard, and we should be treated with respect like any other service worker in this country Melissa with that as back. Grounded in terms of what can be done would you speak to Yang song and read canary reckon area song started in New York on the one year anniversary of the death of Yang song who was an immigrant from China. She was living in flushing with her husband, and she was working in the massage business. When police raided her workplace when she died in the course of that rate, her family came to the United States. They had never been here before her brother and her mother, and they just kept the focus on this case and myself along with Emma Whitford at the appeal to a lot of reporting on Yang songs background, and what we learned is very similar to what if they know was saying this is somebody who barring better options. This is what she was doing for a living. Even if she had better options, this is going to make more money. I've talked to Athena as well. Actually, one of the things that she told me when we were on the phone last night and asked me to share is that she's tried to find other. I work, and she's faced employment discrimination as a migrant as someone who doesn't speak English and the way that her employer might want her to. And so these are the jobs that are available for people. What recognize song and also groups like butterfly another migrant sex worker massage worker group based in Canada. What they do is they provide peer to peer support for people who work in these businesses what they say, the best approaches is to actually build relationships with the workers in these places whether doing outreach to their venues or reaching out to them in the social networks that they might be part of whether or not through a chat app or through Chinese language newspapers where they commonly find advertisements for these jobs or other places in the community where they might cross paths navy with immigration attorneys health services to build these relationships. So that they actually learn what's going on in these workplaces firsthand from the people who are experts, and they're not getting information about what's happening to them through this deceptive practice of undercover police, can I can I jump in there. Joshua before you jump in. Let me. A few comments about law enforcement. And I know our time is winding. Now, we got a lot of different comments about law enforcement's role on this Jason writes, it seems like most of the cases that cops claim have all sorts of trafficking involved. Just don't it's not to diminish. The abhorrent conditions of the people that are trafficked. I just wish the cops could back up their early bluster with real convictions worth noting Jason, of course, these are ongoing investigation. So that may yet come out, but I hear your point Jayson KoKo lion tweeted, I think as long as men dominate law enforcement in particular, the leadership we will have a disjointed and short-sighted approach to this and Jen emailed solving. This will take a federal agencies taking the lead like the FBI. Haven't heard any of your guest bring that up. Brad that might be something to bring up in our last few minutes in terms of what needs to be done. What could be done now to deal with this, especially if there's maybe somebody listening right now who is caught up in this kind of a situation in they're trying to find a way out. Well, a number thoughts. I mean, one if there's someone caught into this now, I mean, that's why. The national hotline exists. I mean, the number one eight eight eight three seven three seven eight eight eight or the text line be free to three three seven three three. We've gotten contacted by over ten thousand survivors who are in these situations reaching out for help. And the hotline is designed as a lifeline. So if there are people reaching out for help that service exists, and I think we need to be trauma informed. I mean, a lot of the people who've gone through these situations have experienced complex trauma. And so for us to ask questions about why didn't you just leave or for us to ask questions about? Why didn't you tell your whole story three days after the raid and to jump to conclusions about who's traffic and who's traffic and who's not things are much more complex than that? Because of trauma. We have to give people periods of time to heal and to kind of get back on their feet before we could actually really assess what's happened. And then lastly to these organizations like red canary song butterfly. I'm glad that these harm reduction organizations exist. I'm glad that there. Appear networks for the women to to be in touch with each other. But I don't think they solve the deeper problem of the trafficking networks that still exist and the millions of buyers by Saxon these places that as long as those pernicious manipulative entities are in place. The harm reduction is not going to get to the deeper problem will post a longer QNA with members of red canary on our website, the one eight dot org, but thanks to all of you for being part of the conversation, Bradley miles the CEO of the Polaris project. Melissa JIRA grants senior reporter for the appeal and the author of playing.

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"fina" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"You get this cancer this mutation you have this FINA type, and you know. The human bodies apologetic organism. And so at last count if there's twenty thousand human genes, I believe there's something like seventy three, but I could be wrong. Let's just call it a hundred round up there about L only a hundred disease states that result from single genes, right Asians. Yeah. At a twenty thousand genes. Yeah. So you know, that was the big thing that big transition in Francis Collins's really leading that where there are people hunting for the gene for type two diabetes at the time. I was there, of course. Now, we understand a complex equation. And so within immunology when I was there. It was also a transition. So it turns out that the tiresome kind. As is that I worked on my PHD are really involved in fine tuning the t cell receptor, signaling. They're really Rio stats they really find tune the signal. It's not offer on just like, you know, you have a mutation and XYZ offer on. And so I think one of the big themes of what was evolving at the time. I was there was this concept. That was a fine tuning. And I remember we would do analogy retreats in the Roseau another way to explain this. Maybe for the listener. Because of course, I hear reestablish. I think about reestablish because I'm engineer digital is a signal it's honor off as zero or one analog is like the volume button on your radio. You can go from nothing to full blast. But an infinite number of iterations in between, and that's what you mean by modulating the signal, right? And I think that that Trent that was a period of transition and science for maybe we people always thought that that happened. But people were developing the tools to begin to test that and understand that. And you think about cancer me -nology, and Rosenberg lab was a huge player on campus. When I was there, which was ten years before you were there, and they were hunting for single tumor antigens. Right. That was but then they were realizing that that it's a complicated thing in its there's multiple factors that come into the role in the play there. So for me that was maybe conceptually something people had always thought about but the tools to. Floor that the tools to to test that on multi levels were kind of coming online in science at that time. So as a pretty fun time to do that talk a little bit about a tyrosine kindness. I mean, these these are so ubiquitous in biology that and they just come up over and over again. So explain to someone who doesn't understand what that is what it is. And why it's relevant and how and maybe where it shows up. You have your DNA everybody's born with it. It's an every single cell in your body. But the skin cells in your body make a certain amount of melanin that make you darker than I am. And so within between different people, there's variability in what the individual cells do what the DNA and then within the human body, there's different cell types. And they used the DNA the code differently that code then is incredibly its modified right by exposure to the environment. And that's the genetic change and what results is a protein and so. Once you have a protein, that's really what kind of constitutes a lot of what's in our cells in our body, but they're not inert. They're constantly changing. And so one of the ways that they changed and one of the ways of the signals change within an individual cell, how the cells communicate with each other excetera is by having kind of temporary modifications to those individual proteins. And so one of the ways that happens is through this these tight these kinds, and there's different pieces of the proteins that can be modified. So one of them is a tires in kind. But there are other types of kindnesses and these are temporary modifications that happen within a protein within a cell to typically transmit a more acute or change in within the seller between two sales and so forth. And of course, these have become a very attractive target for drugs. Yeah..

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"fina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You know, the exactly what it is. The theme of diversity. What's not a bad thing at all? And I'm kind of like that they brought back in a weird way the old. Fina that I wanted to teach the world to sing. Doritos features chance the rapper whom. I would never have known. I hit him with my Honda until I saw the commercial. However, he is joined by the backstreet, boys. They want it that way, they want it that way. And that's started pretty good. I was like, wow, we'll grab that clip for you too. Because I'm sure it's out there. But yeah, you know, what backstreet boys? What are we always talk about? What what Ricky nostalgia eighties nineties nostalgic? Woohoo is huge for nostalgia. Now. Backstreet boys. They're going to be an everything from here on out. There addressed all in white in this commercial. That's like, oh, okay. Racist. Chance the rapper's dancer with them. I think the backstreet boys but chance the rapper to shave when their dads do that line kind of stuff. We know the secret is stuff. I call it line dancing. That's what they did. It's like line dancing before they hit him with your Honda. No. I'd say if I hit him with my odd, I didn't threaten to hit anybody. I didn't hear that correctly. Sorry. Speaking of which if you wanna go see Christina Aguilera, you'd have to drive your Camaro to Las Vegas. Yeah. This is another one. I think they're all going. You're all Vegas. It's just gonna be all artists residencies now. You're right. We got that. And what is going on with the state of the union? What's going to happen after the state of union? How did this develop? I don't know. It's coming up next.

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