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"fleischmann" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Go slow yeah yeah we know it's a recovery day and that goes for beyond sport right taking the fifteen minutes between when you got to the doctor and your doctor appointment not feel like. Can you be checking emails answering during your phone. What if you just sat there looked around? But all of man's suffering can be reduced to his inability data. This it with himself alone is that yeah. I will say as a person who sitting still does not come naturally to me but they had meditation practice for you. I don't have one. If I was a early riser I would have won easily. Want one but my kids are my alarm and it makes it tough so I have to put it at a different time of day. It's not impossible though. I could do it but you. You live in this little blue zone right like right on the river. The kids probably go to school. WHOA like down the street you walk or ride a bike to school in first grade contained? Ladies Home Yeah it is. It's to yes eighty two and so how did you need some six six first-grader learning to read doing all that super advanced. Yeah it's so fun and what's so. Let's wrap this up. So what's what what what's next. What's next while top of mind for me is really? This is my new year's it's not new year's it's fall but I really want to write. I want to do creative work and wants to be a part of my daily life life. I want to be the best coach that can be And I want to spend more like mindful present time with my family and so I'm really trying hang to create three distinct buckets. I've lived mile generally like an integrated life approach. That's what I tend to do but I have just learned that it's A. It's really making me unable to do those things as well as creativity and family. Yep I so I want to do so. Creativity is going to be mostly my book. But there's space for music in their space for podcast in there It's just like creating things feeling like that. Creative part of me that exists outside outside of someone else's Athletic Success because the coaching is creative but it really is for someone else's house Moments so and I and I as a as rewarding that what is I mean more than that To sellers. Yeah I do I want to set a better example for my kids around device usage. So that's where the boundary comes for family family. That when I'm with my family I want to be with my family and I know Jesse and I are two point in our relationship where I think that will go a long way for us and In for my first grader greater him to I want him to know what we're doing when we're in the room with them when you're faces in a phone you could be doing anything it's hard. It's hard though it is but I wanNA WANNA try it. I want to try it for a few months and just see what you know. See what happens and I think I just when I'm with Jesse and we're not on our phones. I feel special the most important person in my life so I know he must feel the same way when I'm not on my phone and I need that. I need a need that bolstered feeling that I matter or to him that he sees me in with all your things happening our life. I need to feel that and I want him to feel it. Yeah that's a good place to end it beautifully if we saw it I love that and I'm going to hold you to the book I'm going to. I'm going to read it. I would be happy to do that. Please any any help I can give you receive appreciate it awesome and then when you write you can come back and tell me about okay back on the show work play. Love is the podcast you can find Lauren. She's easy to find on the Internet. Fleischmann Flyer Freshman refreshment on twitter and on on twitter. And you're not you're you blog on the site but not on your own site now I haven't logged on my own side. I want to revamp my website. So Uh ask Lauren. Fleischmann Dot Com has the archives of kind of my athletic stories and Kind of some. QNA before we answered questions on play love. I answered questions on my blog right cool. Yeah all right well a pleasure thank you so much. It's been great talking to you Jesse. Well do carbs serves carbs. Don't leave him out there sad there you have it we did it. Powerful that Lauren earn flushing hope. He goes enjoyed that. Be sure to check out the show notes on the episode page.

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Remembering versatile musician Andre Previn

The Frame

06:17 min | 2 years ago

Remembering versatile musician Andre Previn

"People who have been attending concerts by the L A fill for a while. No the name Andre Previn. He led the orchestra from nineteen eighty five to nineteen Eighty-nine before as a Pekka Solomon took over as its music director. But Previn who died in New York today at the age of eighty nine did far more than carry a baton like Leonard Bernstein to whom Previn has been favorably compared Previn wrote movie scores played piano and composed both operas and Broadway. Musicals I asked Dockery wolf, the classical music editor at the New York Times to weigh in on Previn eclectic musical career only really kind of Leonard Bernstein comes to mind as a sort of parallel in terms of one of these these mid-century Americans who as sort of classical music, achieved this unbelievably wide audience, the recordings and the rise of jazz musical theatre. Film. I mean, everything kind of sort of collided, and maybe sort of explosion coming out of the US. And there were a couple of people who had the versatility and the talent. And president was definitely one of them. I wanna play Andre Previn plane piano for a piece called just in time. Let's listen to it. So how did his work in jazz and film scoring make him a different conductor when he was with the baton the read on him. And I agree with was that. There was always I kind of amazing sense of spontaneity and rhythm and a lot of poise. And I mean, he did wonderful recordings of French music. I mean, and this was not necessarily that was jazzy per se. But I think that there must have been think taste for rhythmic flair and for certain spirit and vitality throughout the recordings that he made as a conductor of the music pearly times. There's a great little piece in the New York Times. Obituary says eh senior in high school he was called in to help with holiday in Mexico and MGM musical that starred Walter Pidgeon, and in which Fidel Castro was an extra sounds as if Andre Previn from a very early. Early age had a lot of talent. And that talent was recognized talk about his early career. And you know, when he was recognized as something of a prodigy. I mean, he was really studying music from very very early age. And when they left Berlin to escape the, Nazis, they were first in Paris. And then he was in LA and through all of that was advancing by leaps and bounds as a performer, and I think quickly the composer. And he could just even wanna be prodigies could just do anything. And I mean that gave a certain sense of him being. I mean, this was a read on Leonard Bernstein as well that he was a bit of a dilatot that he could do everything pause ably and often way more so defined himself in competition with Leonard Bernstein, or was it more that he saw his career trajectory and thought that there was a good model to follow their. I think that was the sense that I've always had. I mean, I don't know that they were in sort of direct competition, and you're inside was very New York based and I mean had made his first Mark and musical theater, and then was doing way more conducting kind of on the European continent, though, Previn obviously ended up at the Monday symphony early in his career. So they overlapped, but Previn was a creature of Hollywood. And I mean and located there and Bernstein was more New York. I think like a lot of music directors. He occasionally found himself in conflict with people with whom he was working. He had a falling out with Ernest Fleischmann at the LA philharmonic. And I'm wondering if you think back and his legacy in the podium as a conductor. What was he most remembered for and what we're his skills leading an orchestra. Yeah. I mean, my sense. I mean having never seen him as a conductor. I mean, I think the sense was he was excellent musician and had a real kind of taste for the repertoire, I mean. Given that he was a composer. I mean, he wasn't sort of famous for fostering, new music, and I think that there was a sense of certainly in LA of wanting to broaden the lineup by bringing us a pet as a principal guest. Whether or not that was intended to send a signal that it was sort of time for him to go. I don't know. I mean, I think probably politically it was a bit of a mess. But I think that there were certainly things that he was leaving out or things that I mean other emphases that Fleishman wanted, and, but I think that he was always extremely well respected at the podium and the recordings attest to this. They're extremely vibrance. And by kind of extremely polished. So Andre Previn was the music director or principal conductor for about a half dozen orchestras. He composed a variety of film scores including one for Elmer gantry. He was a jazz pianist, he wrote operas, can you think of any? Temporary of his living today who could cover such a broad spectrum of musical performance and styles and leadership roles. I don't think that it exists. I mean, these different strands of music have in a way become a little more professionalized over the past couple of decades. And while there's a lot of collaboration between them people. Stay I think in their lanes a little bit more. I mean, this came up last year when we here at the times were talking about it was a centennary of Bernstein's birth. And we were thinking about parallels today and people we might even want to have comment on that. And it is awfully hard to think about people of younger generation who are having that kind of career, but they weren't so many people even in the heyday of Bernstein and prevent I mean, they were always exceptional

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"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

"AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. A house Senate conference committee holds its first meeting on finding a way to fund border security all the members say their goal is to find a solution as President Trump and says he's not backing away from his demand for five point seven billion dollars for border walls. Tennessee, Republican Chuck Fleischmann. I believe that we need a physical barrier. I want to be candid with my friends. I do think we need a wall a physical barrier where the barrier works. But that's only one part of it. We need all of the above. If a deal isn't reached by February fifteenth that could be another partial government shutdown Illinois Democrat Senator dick Durbin says President Trump has a stay out of the talk choices between shut up or shut down. We've got to do our constitutional responsibility and avoid a shutdown and make sure we take a careful look at every president's request an estimated one hundred thirty nine million people are dealing with subzero temperatures across the country. The most bitter cold is in the midwest. Heading east Rita Foley with more. The temperature dropped a twenty below in Chicago this morning twenty eight below in Minneapolis governors in Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin declared emergencies some airline flights and train service was cancelled the postal service said it was too cold deliver mail to many areas. Several people have died in this Arctic cold, including Milwaukee man, found frozen in a garage. I'm Rita Foley. Stocks got a big. Boost today when the Federal Reserve Board stood Pat on interest rates chairman Jerome Powell, global economic and financial developments and muted inflation pressures. The committee will be patient as it determines what future judgment adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate may be appropriate. The Dow gained four hundred thirty four points clue clubs about twenty five thousand for the first time since December. This is AP radio news. A Taiwanese tech company. Backs off plans to build a plant in Wisconsin saga megani. With more when he announced Foxconn plans to build a massive site for making liquid crystal displays a year and a half ago, the president touted the job creation possibilities more manufacturing jobs than we've seen in many many decades. But Foxconn now says it's shifting focus in Wisconsin from blue collar manufacturing to a research hub and will not build a factory there. The state and local governments had promised to pay Foxconn roughly four billion dollars in exchange for investment commitments at a requirement that it create thirteen thousand jobs, which the company says it will still honor saga megani at the White House candidate has recalling up to half of its diplomats at its embassy in Cuba after another fell mysteriously ill. There have been fourteen cases of unexplained health problems at that embassy in two years. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. News..

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"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

"AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. A house Senate conference committee holds its first meeting on finding a way to fund border security all the members say their goal is to find a solution as President Trump and says he's not backing away from his demand for five point seven billion dollars for border walls. Tennessee, Republican Chuck Fleischmann. I believe that we need a physical barrier. I want to be candid with my friends. I do think we need a wall a physical barrier where the barrier works. But that's only one part of it. We need all of the above. If a deal is reached by February fifteenth that could be another partial government shutdown Illinois Democrat Senator dick Durbin says President Trump has a stay out of the talk choices between shut up or shut down. We've got to do our constitutional responsibility and avoid a shutdown and make sure we take a careful look at every president's request an estimated one hundred thirty nine million people are dealing with subzero temperatures across the country. The most bitter cold is in the midwest. Heading east Rita Foley with more. The temperature dropped a twenty below in Chicago this morning twenty eight below in Minneapolis governors in Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin declared emergencies some airline flights and train service was cancelled the postal service said it was too cold to deliver mail to many areas. Several people have died in this Arctic cold, including Milwaukee man, found frozen in a garage. I'm Rita Foley. Stocks got a big. Boost today when the Federal Reserve Board stood Pat on interest rates chairman Jerome Powell of global economic and financial developments and muted inflation pressures. The committee will be patient as it determines what future judgment adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate may be appropriate. The Dow gained four hundred thirty four points closed above twenty five thousand for the first time since December. This is AP radio news. A Taiwanese tech company. Backs off plans to build a plant in Wisconsin saga megani. With more when he announced Foxconn plans to build a massive site for making liquid crystal displays a year and a half ago, the president touted the job creation possibilities more manufacturing jobs than we've seen in many many decades. But Foxconn now says it's shifting focus in Wisconsin from blue collar manufacturing to a research hub, bad will not build a factory there. The state and local governments had promised to pay Foxconn roughly four billion dollars in exchange for investment commitments and a requirement that it create thirteen thousand jobs, which the company says it will still honor saga megani at the White House candidate is recalling up to half of its diplomats at its embassy in Cuba after another fell mysteriously ill. There have been fourteen cases of unexplained health problems at that embassy in two years. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. News. Seventy percent off..

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"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

"To fund border security all the members say their goal is to find a solution as President Trump and says he's not backing away from his demand for five point seven billion dollars for border walls. Tennessee, Republican Chuck Fleischmann. I believe that we need a physical barrier. I want to be candid with my friends. I do think we need a wall a physical barrier where the barrier works. But that's only one part of it. We need all of the above. If a deal isn't reached by February fifteenth that could be another partial government shutdown Illinois Democrat Senator dick Durbin says President Trump has a stay out of the talk choices between shut up or shut down. We've got to do our constitutional responsibility and avoid a shutdown and make sure we take careful look at every president's request an estimated one hundred thirty nine million people are dealing with subzero temperatures across the country. The most bitter cold is in the midwest. Heading east Rita. Fully with more. The temperature dropped a twenty below in Chicago this morning Twenty-eight below in Minneapolis governors in Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin declared emergencies some airline flights and train service was cancelled the postal service said it was too cold deliver mail to many areas. Several people have died in his Arctic cold, including Milwaukee man, found frozen in a garage. I'm Rita Foley age. Stocks got a big boost today when the Federal Reserve Board stood Pat on interest rates chairman Jerome Powell global economic and financial developments and muted inflation pressures. The committee will be patient as it determines what future judgment adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate may be appropriate. The Dow gained four hundred thirty four points closed above twenty five thousand for the first time since December. This is AP radio news. A Taiwanese tech company. Backs off plans to build a plant in Wisconsin saga megani. With more when he announced Foxconn plans to build a massive site for making liquid crystal displays a year and a half ago, the president touted the job creation possibilities more manufacturing jobs than we've seen in many many decades. But Foxconn now says it's shifting focus in Wisconsin from blue collar manufacturing to a research hub and will not build a factory there. The state and local governments had promised to pay Foxconn roughly four billion dollars in exchange for investment commitments and a requirement that it create thirteen thousand jobs, which the company says it will still honor saga megani at the White House candidate is recalling up to half of its diplomats at its embassy in Cuba after another fell mysteriously ill. There have been fourteen cases.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on AP News

"Security all the members say their goal is to find a solution as President Trump and says he's not backing away from his demand for five point seven billion dollars for border walls. Tennessee, Republican Chuck Fleischmann. I believe that we need a physical barrier. I want to be candid with my friends. I do think we need a wall a physical barrier where the barrier works. But that's only one part of it. We need all of the above. If a deal isn't reached by February fifteenth that could be another partial government shutdown Illinois Democrat Senator dick Durbin says President Trump has a stay out of the talk choices between shut up or shut down. We'd do our constitutional responsibility and avoid a shutdown and make sure we take a careful look at every president's request an estimated one hundred thirty nine million people are dealing with subzero temperatures across the country. The most bitter cold is in the midwest. Heading east Rita Foley with more. The temperature dropped a twenty below in Chicago this morning twenty eight below in Minneapolis governors in Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin declared emergencies some airline flights and train service was cancelled the postal service said it was too cold to deliver mail to many areas. Several people have died in this Arctic cold, including Milwaukee man, found frozen in a garage. I'm Rita Foley. Stocks got a big. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. House Senate conference committee holds first meeting on finding a way.

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Border Security Talks Begin With Signs of Narrow Bipartisan Deal

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Border Security Talks Begin With Signs of Narrow Bipartisan Deal

"Lawmakers are discussing bipartisan ways to secure the US Mexico border, USA radio networks Timberg reports Democrats and Republicans sat down on Capitol Hill to discuss border security on Wednesday, Republican congressman Chuck Fleischmann was part of that group. And he tells Fox News things went rather. Well, it was sincere this candid and our friends in the Senate and on both sides were very cordial. So I think we're gonna make some progress metaphorically as you say perhaps this warming up here in Washington

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"fleischmann" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Threes cakes day, presumably, I would imagine for three meals a day, a free pamphlet pushed by Fleischmann's was called yeast therapy and four million were distributed. And here's another ad. I love the festivities successful women today know, how to avoid the damaging effects of clogged intestines, the health effects were said to take months before anything noticeable happen. That's very convenient. It is. Cakes were sometimes advertised as creamy wholesome candy and that people should try illustrious by of. But yet another ad describe the taste as pungent an appetizing. It was everywhere that fresh food was sold like soda, fountains, grocers cafeterias, you could eat them as is or crumble them up into water milk or fruit juice tomato. Juice is the one that I saw specified you could also eat them on crackers peanut butter or jam sandwiches. I suppose you could. I mean, you couldn't not do that. There were options, and it was everywhere. But this push to associate yeast with health was not done. It was not and we will get into that. After we get back from a quick break for word from our sponsor. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets book..

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This Woman Went From Hollywood Startlet to Start-Up Queeno

Business Rockstars

04:42 min | 3 years ago

This Woman Went From Hollywood Startlet to Start-Up Queeno

"Business rockstars. I'm Alex Worley for by Sarah, Michelle Gellar and brag Fleischmann they are the co founders of food stores. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having the children's. So for those who are not familiar if you could explain what food stores. Is a clean comforted company. We started out with baking mixes that you can purchase it anywhere in the country at physical retail or online. And then we also offer a subscription based kit offering that you can get once a month in your house. Huge dessert lover. So love that. It's a little less guilt or a little more guilt free. Very cool. I'm so the next question for you is what would you say is your definition of being an entrepreneur? What does it ultimately take? It takes everything that you have. And then some more I thought that I knew it working hard was until I joined the start up world, and you realize it's harder than having newborn twins that it is full-time nature. Attention your brain doesn't shut off. But it's also the most incredibly rewarding when you actually realize you can hit those milestones. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm curious. How has Hollywood prepared you for this difficult world of startups. It's interesting there are some aspects of it where I think that Hollywood definitely has help in preparing. And I think that mainly has to come with the amount of knows that we got the rejection, I look at most people in their lives, and you graduate college and you look for a job, and maybe you don't get a few. And then you settle in a job. And then maybe five or six years later you switch. But for me, it's constant it's additioning processes such a constant and very personal rejection. That happens so often on a large scale that it makes it a little bit easier in terms of leading the nose in the business world Roloff you a little bit and make you tougher as opposed to really feeling it as a personal rejection. I always said that we know we have a great idea. And we know we're going to kill it. And we'll find the right people, and this one just wasn't it as opposed to really internalizing that. Yeah. There are a lot of mistakes and many failures that happen and entrepreneurship, and I can't imagine being an actress that would prepare you for that. You know, a common fear is of failure. For entrepreneurs you ever deal with that we have a very specific definition and for us fail is just the first attempt and learning it just the first time, we tried something. If that one didn't work, it's only a failure. If we don't learn from it and improve upon what we initially set out to do. And you can't be fearful of failure and run business. If you are. Your perspective about what failure really is. And that's what Sarah Michelle talks about. Yeah. So you guys have been at it for a couple years. Now, if you could go back to those first few months, what advice would you give your early entrepreneurial self goodness. Well, I think the big one would be stamina. So you're going to be putting in long hours, and there's gonna be some sacrifice along the way. So if you go back and talk to yourself you would prepare. They weren't even harder. Well, you'd say, hey, look, there's going to be days like this where you want to quit. And after if you knew that that was coming then you would prepare better for it. And that could be all the things that you would do to decompress. Then that could be exercising hanging out with family, traveling to find those things that will get you through that difficult moments in being an entrepreneur. And if you're prepared for that which most ninety percent of first time entrepreneurs are not and makes it so much easier, and so much more joyful. To be challenging Sascha, which is at all are ultimately doing to really utilize the community to look for people that are facing the same struggles or have experienced the same struggles. And learn and grow from that. And and propel each other up. It's a team sport. Yeah. If you could create a startup toolkit, what would be inside of it. It could be more tangible technology could be intangible like a characteristic of personality trait that you need. So what would be inside my God? But that would be our next startup. We can't tell you that unless you send the not answer that question. Capsule. Okay. The big one is if the for not doing tangible be you gotta be visionary. You got to be strategic got to be creative. You've gotta be relentless. You have to have situational awareness and self awareness. But that in the box, and then you have to have that stamina to be able to work eighty hours a week. I think also stellar interpersonal skills seem to always be a prerequisite for successful entrepreneurs that we ought to communicate sell your idea. Get people to come over to your side do Steph when they don't want to to help you out. And and I think also nice comfortable shoes. How

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"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

"Conference at the university of Utah to announce their results, which again is highly irregular. The scientific community had not had a chance to read and analyze the research, and this press release began to pump up interest in enthusiasm in the public before anyone could even attest to the validity of the claims, which is always dangerous, right? Like to go out to the public and say, we definitely have a thing that's going to transform our world and no one in the scientific community has yet had the chance to to test that claim than the public is going to sit there and think, oh, well, this person is a scientist. Their word is to be trusted, and I can't wait to see this magical science fiction world. We're about to enter the article. Was published without really proper review in the scientific community then began to pick the article apart upon publication and about a month later Pons and Fleischmann would publish two pages of corrections to that article to address some of those criticisms. In addition, even before the article had been published, scientists began to see if they could try and replicate the results because there were scientists who had a copy of the pre published article. You know, they got that early peer review copy that was, you know, a rush through, but they actually had versions of this before it was published. So they started see if they could maybe replicate the same experiment. But they ran to some issues because Fleischmann and Pons did not include all the details about how they actually performed the experiment probably because the university of Utah officials told them to hold back on some details as a way to apply for patents in the future. Then not have someone else just jump ahead of them. The results of the exp. That scientists were conducting, they were trying to produce their own version of ponds and Fleischmann's work based on what little information they had were incredibly inconsistent. Some teams reported that they saw no signs of fusion at all. Some team said, no, we're seeing some evidence for fusion, but there was no real agreement or even alignment of facts among those teams, and some teams that claim that they had found something interesting could not replicate the results with future runs of experiments. Ultimately, that led to a general consensus that cold fusion is not a real thing at least not in this form. And since then there's been a real stigma against the idea of cold fusion respected. Scientific journals are not likely to publish articles claiming to have proof of cold fusion largely because of the fallout that happened from the ponds and Fleischmann incident. But while that might. Dog Matic and probably is to some extent. It's also true that for cold fusion to work for it to be possible. Our understanding of nuclear fusion would have to be off somehow. We would have to have a pretty sizable gap in our knowledge about nuclear fusion, and that is entirely possible that can be true. But if it turns out that called fusion is possible, our scholarship on nuclear fusion would need to be adjusted. It's based on a lot of observations and experimentation that support our ideas and have proven to hold true after numerous experiments. So it would be very extraordinary to have to fit in new information into this into this model. Not that it wouldn't be possible, but that it what it means that requires an extraordinary amount of proof. Because if you have a pretty solid idea of how something works in the universe and your. Observations and experiments all seem to support that idea. Someone coming in with a new idea better have really convincing evidence to tell you, oh, you need your ideas, good, but you need to also include this other part because if you haven't observed it, then it's hard to say that that idea hasn't validity right. That new piece of information seems improbable, but not impossible that cold fusion would work, but there are still people working in the field of low energy nuclear reactions today. There are some really super smart scientists working on this. The spite the fact that the larger scientific community remains skeptical at best that there's anything they're there. Many of the experiments seem to indicate that various processes are producing more heat than you would be able to explain through conventional means. But sometimes that amount is small enough to fit within the margin of error, or it could be due to. Either faulty measuring tools, faulting measuring processes or some other messed step in the procedure..

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"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

"Well, Pons and Fleischmann conducted their experiment, and they monitored the temperature of the fusion cell throughout the process. They actually did this kind of interesting way with gets pretty complicated, but they did in the way that wasn't as simple as sticking thermometer in the water and actually their their measurements of temperature were based on estimations not on like hard readings at that point. So they analyze this data at the conclusion of their experiment, and they found that these cell appeared to be producing about one hundred times more heat than it would through the chemical process it self. So we understand the chemical process. So based on that, you would expect x. amount of heat, but instead what remeasuring is one hundred times x amount of heat. So something else must be happening. This anomaly seemed to support that hypothesis that maybe there was some sort of fusion occurring according to their calculations. The chemical process alone would not be able to produce that heat. Something else had to be doing it, but to be sure they would need to replicate their experiment, which is proper from a scientific perspective. You have to make sure that the experiment you conducted wasn't accurate and precise one, and that you should be able to repeat the process and get the same results. If you don't get the same results after repeating the experiment using the exact same process, something has gone wrong there. Some other factor that's at play such as an unreliable measuring mechanism, maybe the thermometer you were using was not reliable. May be your methodology for estimating the temperature was off. So replicating very important because it tells you, yes, I'm consistently getting the same result. And if you can't say that, then you don't really have any conclusions you can draw if you perform the same action over and over and something different happens every single time. It doesn't tell you anything about the cause. Effect of that action and the consequences. So here's the problem to conduct more experiments would require some funding and so- Pons and Fleischmann applied for a government grant to get money for their experiments. And the grant process included peer review. Now appear of you means that you would have peers, qualified scientists who would look over an application grant application to determine if the application was had merit. If it was scientifically sound in its approach in its outline. And here we get the first kink in our story. One of those reviewers was a nuclear physicist named Steven Jones. And Steven Jones was also exploring the possibility of cold fusion. However, Jones was not looking for changes in temperature the way Pons and Fleischmann were he was looking for evidence of neutrons because in deterioration fusion reactions, you wouldn't just end up with only helium four. However, you would actually end up with one of three possible outcomes. So you would either have helium, four plus a helium, three atom plus some a high energy neutron, or you would end up with helium four tritium and high energy proton, or you would end up with helium for another helium, four atom and gamma-ray. So those are the three potential outcomes of the this deteriorate deteriorates Uson process. So you if you have a way of testing for one of those byproducts, then you could look to see if there were evidence of fusion reactions happening at that point. So if you had a way of just detecting helium than that would be a pretty darn convincing argument that fusion had actually happened if you're detecting helium being given off by this reaction because it. I tell you something has to be generating that helium, but Jones's work was looking at neutrons specifically. So he had detected some neutrons through his experiment, but keep in mind. He was only looking for neutrons, not for helium, but there were so few neutrons detected. The team had concluded that fusion might be happening. But at such a low rate that it was useless for any practical purpose. You would not be able to harness this for energy. If in fact, fusion was happening Fleischmann and Pons research, however, suggested a much higher rate of fusion, much much greater than what Jones's research had shown. So Jones gets this article submission as part of the peer review process. And he reads it and he reaches out to the department of energy and says, hey, these guys over here doing research, that's kind of the research I'm doing and we're both investigating the same thing, but we're looking at it through different evidence..

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"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on TechStuff

"My, you've got those water molecules h two o while this was through a process called electrolysis, and I'm not talking about hair removal here. Although there is a process called electrolysis for that. Instead I'm talking about the chemical decomposition that happens with some liquids when you pass an electric current through that liquid. So let's say you've got some water inside a container and we'll call the container and electrolysers. So this container isn't electrolysers got water inside of it. And inside that electrolysers you place a pair of electrodes. One of those electrodes is a negatively charged electrode. That's the cathode. The other one is the positively charged electrode. That's the end. Opposite charges attract. So the negatively charged cathode will attract positively charged ions in the water, and the positive and owed will attract negatively charged ions. And there are several different types of electrolysers and each type can separate hydrogen atoms from oxygen atoms and water in different ways. So for example, there's the fuel cell method in which you have a permeable membrane separating the two electrodes. And when you apply a potential difference between the two electrodes, it causes water to react at the ano to form oxygen which bubbles off and the oxygen separates from the hydrogen. So you've got these positively charged hydrogen ions because the you actually strip the electrons off the hydrogen and then use those electrons to do work in a fuel cell. The hydrogen ions will move across through the permeable membrane toward the cathode because they are attracted to the negatively charged electrode. And then the hydrogen would typically bubble up and you could capture hydrogen that way and use it for more fuel or whatever. If used a material like palladium for your electrode than you could just absorb the hydrogen or deterioration in this case type of hydrogen isotope. The important thing is that this process allows you to separate hydrogen in the form of deterioration from those water molecules, and you should end up with a palladium electrodes stuffed with hydrogen to, and then maybe something magical can happen, which brings us to Pons and Fleischmann Fleischmann met ponds when ponds was a student at the university of Southampton where Fleischman was a professor of chemistry Ponza graduated and become a professor of the university of Utah. But while he had left the university of Southampton, he inflation remained in touch, and they began to collaborate on research projects in the early nineteen eighties Fleischmann wanted to explore if there were ways to trigger a nuclear process, which would be a. That results in the change of nuclei within atoms and wondered if he could do that using a chemical process, chemical processes are reactions between atoms and molecules. So he's saying, I wonder if I could take a chemical reaction, which typically would only be at the atomic level or larger atop atoms, and molecules and force a nuclear reaction, which is one level down, right? You're talking about the nucleus of an atom then in nineteen Eighty-three, Pons and Fleischmann began to experiment by building what they called a fusion cell. This was essentially an electrolysers with an ano made of platinum and cathode made out of palladium, and they use heavy-water inside of it, and they hypothesize that the palladium would soak up duty produced through electrolysis and that the deterioration Adams would be forced so close together that they would undergo fusion and release energy in the form of heat. So what happened? I'll tell you, but first, let's. Take a quick break to thank our sponsor..

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"fleischmann" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on Science Friday

"Does yeast get around i you know is it in the air all around us and so that's a good question so with with hundreds of different species of peace some of them are in the air a lot of the time and in fact they're actually an important cause of asthma particularly childhood asthma throwing up tons of megatons of these spoils into the atmosphere every year wearing hailing the we're inhaling them right now in this this room undoubtedly but the the particular yeast that we used for baking and brewing is is a bit paradoxical we don't know how it gets around it gets around on us and then we carry it in our in our the things that we use him breweries and and in vineyards but it never gets ab on i shouldn't say that it gets ed boehne within the guts of insects things wasps and hornets will carry it around so that's what's happening in nature the insects are carrying brewer's yeast around i know that this part of ohio oh planet big part and how we use us today charles fleischmann righty absolutely he the creative dried little use packet is named after him started so the first commercial yeast plant in the united states was established in community called riverside that's now incorporated into the sense city of cincinnati and charles fleischmann and his brother were jewish immigrants from austria they arrived at the end of the civil war here and they end ported processes for making compressed yeast cakes that were at that point this was this was some big business in europe but bread in america was really awful until the fleischmann's introduced this this practice it was lumpy and it didn't rise properly and so the fleischmann's just revolutionized baking in this country and if you drive along river road in cincinnati today there's a place in you'll see as riverside park it's it's a ballpark that needs to be a historical markelle there i mean this is the this is the birthplace of american biotechnology and there's no markelle there at all but you can still find traces of yeast in the soil.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Dollars in this knack i started with zero which is where most of the people who listens podcast start you know what i mean yeah i do you were in the fucking nine figures put the reality is i want to be in 10figures you also i realize we haven't done much but the the the truth of it is is that getting someone from zero to seven figures is the hardest fuck apart or zero t eight figures that's the fucking hard part that's the shit that you've got no that's the ship that the people who are listening this need to understand and on you know during that process you're going to gain a lot of experience and that experience will help you make decisions when you get to eight figures about how to get the nine and ten figures i'm a firm believer that most entrepreneurs kindu really really well they could do really well but the problem is is that like when they're starting out there seeing all this fuck your fake shit they're seeing like you know these muller fugger's out there with issues i'm just so sick of the fucking bullshit man like about once a year i go through this where i'm just like you know what that text dan fleischmann damn like do this is fucking stupid like why the fuck do i even you this you know what i mean like i know fucking need the money to develop a you know whatever money we make in the academy in a fucking need that you know what i mean like all i don't i don't need to do any of it like i'm doing well a new great agra just concentrate on business and i probably make a lot more fucking money you know what i mean it's just lead i mean did to me that's exactly the reason why you should be doing what you should be doing or what you're doing because if you look at the history a lotta people who were kind of called for a key moment in history he really want to they just wanted to live their life and do their thing but history kinda pulled amount said now we need you to do this and i i feel like that's where you're at man i don't know man like dude all i know is this is like i'm fucking fed up with like.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Making it onto vinnie vinson invasions debut album vinnie's point at the expo was those songs would have actually been kissed songs on the next kiss album and he said imagine how greatly that would have sounded and he's right never thought of it like that i never knew that then events and claims that while he was playing in kiss at that time of the lick it up period he was only being paid five hundred dollars a week and was going broke and kiss was trying to get him to sign a longer term contract which he would refuse to sign and that led to his dismissal from the band he also claims that then will not claims with this is what happened chrysalis records offers him his own record deal and he does the vinnie vinson invasion initially with robert fleischmann mark slaughter dana strong i'm sorry robber fleischmann bobby rocking the strong mark slaughter then comes in lips things to the videos a vocal song from the first record and then becomes lead singer of the band on their second record all systems go after a couple albums vinnie vinson invasion implodes mark and dana go on to form slaughter in have a great great deal of success vinny vincent for the most part disappears few things you were there before the interview you're about to hear the last known citing and hearing from a vinny vincent was in 1995 twenty two years ago twenty three years ago.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Sparkle i think you do pretty well i think we both two and number one of course is using capital letters to make the word look louder so this again dates back to a hardware issue attack neurological adaptation issue i we talked about early typewriters have mentioned the evolution from upper and lower case for typewriters but there was something similar that occurred with computer terminals yeah that's right this message board post was just after computer terminals switched from all upper case like drove his all typewriters two mixed case keyboards um so win you've got the option of here writing and lower case by case letters or a mix of the to the early web thought that all caps was a great way to communicate emphasis or shouting but if you didn't know what the the nettie kit against was than using all caps just meiji's seem old like i was saying earlier this idea that you were not up to date on the newer technology or the new uh internet lingo right yeah as as i pointed out with the typewriter stuff the implication is that trap somebody is still bound by preexisting or another data technology or as no mentioned perhaps they are not catching up on netted kit so fleischmann was pretty clear that the internet did not invent this so every time you get that crazy ebay over that strange tax store that that weird post in a forum where somebody saying something relatively normal such as i dunno um peanut butter sandwiches are actually pretty good with bananas and honey added and it's all in caps they might not know that they're yelling at eu i it's it's a real thing.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"It's really interesting because you would think that this is sort of a product of the internet like retirement with his early message where does the but as it turns out according to a really cool piece written a man dot com which i think started out as like a ecommerce site and then ended up being more of a message board a guy by the name of dave fleischmann kind of delves into the evolution of using all caps as this indicator of shouting and he actually found quite a few examples that date back hundreds of years as it turns out no i propose that as we travel to meet mr fleischmann uh we go the long brute and stop by the roman empire first courtesy of our super producers time machine he's really a jackofalltrades that casey peg grammy produces and its engineers has a segment on the case with kc and as it turns out is a scientific genius and inventor of time machines we are some lucky dudes to be associated with this giant do you notice that he doesn't go with us on these jaunts through time and space no he has to be in the homebase keeping an eye on things and he he pulls us out the next star trek style when things get area to have a man at the switch right here we are roman empire observe all the amazing architecture all this strange dress all the written text i'm doing it observing him and as we're looking at this architecture let's observe all these numerous written inscriptions those your capital letters capital letters evolved in this time during the roman empire.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Glen fleischmann it is so good to have you back on the show it's bursary back there is so much going on going on this in which is good news i guess if you're in the business of talking about stuff that's going on uh it's bad news if you're like me and at a couple of weeks here where it's just been really hard to make time to record podcasts i feel like i'm with you to show dodi baid gobert got this is like a month's where the show it's it's not supposed to both august that was supposed to be a news it hasn't been like it hasn't been like that all this summer it's great that really really is uh i do i remember when it used to be when there was nothing going on in august uh yeah wwe see what happen in then it would just sort of peter out there be no news now you've where we have lost seats who chinese intervention we have hackers being arrested other way of defcon could all kind of black cat rather uh north or or this to happen anyway add a defcon i forget but they used to be on apple used to have little quiet mac events in august remember those like like i think like uh they were introducing new mac models not a yeah like or maybe like when he first came out with the i work sweet they did it like in august it was a guest uh i never went down for those that look it up for hardware but not software in the oil in the old days burma going unlike april's in september's typically those events first that was before my time of attending events i was when i did everything remote philadelphia uh but i don't even know if i would go out i guess i would go out for it but they don't really do small events anymore.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on FBE Podcast

"Lemerre uh so we talked about poppies would move on and then what are the speak to speechless with carlise fleischmann and even sperry specifically because brand the worked very closely in very specific leave on that show and they get with channel two quick overview we did a youtubers reacts the carly fleischmann who is an amazing woman comedian that has autism but is a of nonverbal so she can't actually speak and now so a cd which that combined with the autism is is she actually will say that the it's the oecd that's more i'm delegating than the autism and so there's amazing stories you can look her up because she's been the subject of a lot of different news reports and she was a teenager but she ended up being her dreams be a talk show host and so she actually did interview chanting tatum and that went viral got an our radar and then saw that it wasn't just owen a random interview chiang tatum she likes became a youtuber she was trying to have a youtube channel so we did a youtubers react to just get her a ton of subscribers and whole bunch of you went over that our support carly again if any of you guys were part of that like that's amazing that you took the you take the time out in like these types of things that we cover and especially things like this that you'll go over and follow other people is like that's amazing so long and the short she ended up getting in touch with us because of the attention that that video brought to her letting us know kind of very last minute that she's coming to los angeles and she wants to film more interviews with celebrities you've been talking to solomon's also trying to find out who are people we might know that might be as low as driven and so determined and kind of dropped everything during that time to make these four episodes of her show for her and then make out clips that we would put out on our channel to drive to the full episodes over to her channel.

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"fleischmann" Discussed on Amplified

Amplified

01:47 min | 6 years ago

"fleischmann" Discussed on Amplified

"Uh that and a munching the developers of bad but look at what happened in china you know with uh uh uh funky version of ex code that out you know it put all the stuff in so i feel good about going him and buying it because i know that apples on the ball and and you know they're looking at all this stuff now two things get through like the thing in china sure that it uh but you know people are trying to get through apples doing its best to to make sure that they don't and uh you know then you you end up when these things happen they close those holes and you know it's funny to me that when you look at um you look at things flank android and that could the paxson malware and things that are available for android and hardly anybody writes about it because it's just so prevalent that while of course yeah they're they're susceptible to him to everything in your your cat can break into android uh but when when the the least little thing happens with apple um you know the the press is all over it like the doomsday you know and and i it's kind of funny it's always been like that and anna probably always will be like that um and you know that's it that's not going to change moghadam now one of the articles that uh you know kinda goes counter to this is talking about by uh a friend of the show a glen fleischmann.

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